INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY CLASS PRESENTATIONS

Dated: September, 2017
Subject Teacher: Dr. Shalini Ganesh
Subject Name: Marketing and Service Management
Class: B.Com / Semester I
Topics for Class Presentations: 7 P’s of Service Sector

Each class was divided into 10 groups and each group consisted of 6 students for presentation. Each group had to send their presentation in PPT format via E-Mail 3 hours prior to their presentation time. The time limit for each group was 10 to 15 minutes, including question answer session at the end of the presentation. Group members had to participate equally during their presentation.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY - POSTER MAKING

Dated: 11 October, 2017
Subject Teacher: Asst. Prof. Ashalatha B.
Subject Name: Science & Society
Class: B.Com / Semester III
Topics for A4 Sheet - Poster Making: Revolution in Agricultural Sector

A poster is simply a static, visual medium of the paper that you use to communicate ideas and messages.

Each class was divided into 12 groups and each group consisted of 5 students for poster making. Each group had to discuss their creative idea before making of posters. The time limit for each group was 45 to 50 minutes, including explanation about their creative work. The aim behind conducting this class activity was to check the innovative and artistic skills of the students. Best groups got chocolates as a token of appreciation from the subject teacher.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY - REPORT WRITING

Dated: 9th October, 2017
Subject Teacher: Asst. Prof. Ashalatha B.
Subject Name: Business, Organization and Environment
Class: BBA / Semester I
Topics for Report Writing: Formation of Company with their Main Product

Business reports are one of the most effective ways to communicate in today’s business world. Each class was divided into 12 groups and each group consisted of 5 students for presentation. Each group had to prepare report on the various steps for the formation of Company, includes Vision, Mission, and Objectives etc. They had to choose any product and create marketing strategies for the same product. 10 days time had given to students for the submission of their business reports.

Each group had to give presentation on their respective Business reports in the next class after submission. Best group got chocolates from their subject teacher.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY - COLLAGE MAKING

Dated: 21st March, 2018
Subject Teacher: Ms. Greeshma Francis (HOD – B.Com)
Subject Name: Banking, Law & Operations
Class: B.Com / Semester II
Topics for Collage Making: Recent Trends in Banking

Each class was divided into 10 groups and each group consisted of 6 students for the making of collage. Each group had to prepare collage on the current trends in the Banking sector. The time limit for each group was 45 to 50 minutes, includes explanation for the same. They had to take news about recent events happening in India & worldwide. Group members had to participate equally during their collage making.

Best group got pens from their subject teacher as an appreciation.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY - ROLE PLAYS

Dated: 4th April, 2018
Subject Teacher: Ms. Sowmya J. (HOD – BBA)
Subject Name: Banking, Regulations & Operations
Class: BBA / Semester IV
Topics for Role Plays: Banking Transactions

The purpose of role plays intended to made students aware & practice various banking transaction like opening accounts (fixed deposit account, saving account, recurring account etc.), deposit money, withdraw money, cash checks, and pay bills.

Each class was divided into 12 groups and each group consisted of 4 to 5 students for role play. Each group had to explain their theme of role play before the activity. The time limit for each group was 10 to 15 minutes. All group members had to participate equally during their collage making. Best group got pens from their subject teacher as a token of appreciation.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY - GROUP DISCUSSION

Dated: 22nd September, 2017
Subject Teacher: Asst. Prof. Vani Dhawan
Subject Name: Goods and Services Tax
Class: B.Com / Semester V
Topics for Group Discussion: Impact of GST in India

Each class was divided into 2 groups for group discussion. One group had to highlight positive impacts and another group had to highlight negative impacts of GST implementation in Indian Economy. Each group had to explain positive & negative impact properly with clear explanation.

The main motive to conduct a group discussion, is to observe their knowledge & ability to discuss on the recent amendment done by Indian Government. The discussion was successful and students were very happy about the same.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY - DEBATE

Dated: 3rd October, 2017
Subject Teacher: Sr. Asst. Prof. P. V. Manjula
Subject Name: Human Resource Management
Class: BBA / Semester III

Students divided into groups with different topics and analysis of each topic and discussion should happen and key points noted in the assignment. The main objective of debate is to allow students to experience the interaction on the emerging practices of HRM.

INNOVATIVE TEACHING ACTIVITY - DEBATE

Dated: 5th October, 2017
Subject Teacher: Sr. Asst. Prof. P. V. Manjula
Subject Name: Strategic Human Resource Management
Class: BBA / Semester V

Topics for Debate:

  • Work – Life Balance
  • Employee engagement
  • Aliening HR strategies with business growth
  • Competency Mapping
  • E- HR a boon or bane
  • Glass ceiling

All class students divided into groups with different topics and analysis of each topic and discussion should happen and key points noted in the assignment. the main motive behind this debate is to allow students to experience the interaction on the emerging practices and strategies of HRM.