Unique Pedagogy

The SVIMS pedagogy proposes to use a participatory model of delivery of knowledge. One of the important objectives of this model is to ensure students active engagement with managerial concepts and its applications in the real world.

To enable this, an effective Information and Knowledge delivery mechanism is created as a support system. The Pedagogy espouses that our students increase touch points within themselves and view the concepts as managers would in real life while exposing them to solution finding mindset and enabling decision making in the complex business world.

Curriculum:

    • Class Room Lectures modeled on completion of curriculum
    • SVIMS students are also given additional conceptual inputs by way of modules conducted by National Stock Exchange, E4 Training (a training subsidiary of Eureka Forbes Ltd) among others
    • Focus on Concepts that creates the foundations for other concepts to be built on it
    • Making presentations during seminars, making class room presentations and creating content in short notice gives them exposure to real life corporate environment that they would face soon.

Workshop like Class rooms:

    • Workshop styled intervention which focuses on skills enhancement (role plays, seminars on current management topics and on macro and micro economic aspects of business)
    • Third party Assessment Center provides students feedback with their innate characteristics and helps them identify their potential in different career options.
    • Workshops on creating Profit and Loss Accounts using advance Excel, using pivot tables, hands on experience conducting market surveys by making their own questionnaires, preparing Industry reports etc gives them entry level skills and improves their employability.

Creating Simulated Environment:

    • Real life Simulated Model scenarios built in the classroom through role plays, case studies etc uses curriculum based theoretical models as groundwork and by incorporating real life Ground Realities helps them to connect all the dots in a realistic manner.
    • Sensitizing to Macro issues by exposing to Policy related, environmental and regulatory issues to help bring perspectives to their minds on larger issues concerning top management.

Corporate Engagement: In house Seminars and Guest Lectures

    • In-House Seminars topics, the newspapers analysis, the guest lecture by the management practitioners from the Industry provides students the platform to hear from experts and to update themselves on current topics affecting management decision making.
    • Industrial Visits to a medium sized shop in company can be extrapolated to their entire manufacturing setup for a larger company and across also industries.

Winter Placement and real time Assignments:

    • SVIMS students undergo winter placements (a two week experience at the sales level of a corporation - which help them understand subjects in the second semester better.
    • Many of our Third semester students are working on real time study in Organizations on weekdays and attend classes on weekends. This creates pre placement opportunities and hones their level skills.

Extra-Curricular Activities:

  • Some extra Curricular activities included participating in Corporate Social Responsibility activities by various NGOs and improved their event management skills.
  • Sports day, participating in other college functions, Annual days etc provide them with opportunity to think out of box, install competitive spirit and come up with creative poetries, songs and other aspects of their personalities, thereby enhancing their leadership skills.