Impact of Selected Iterations on Student Learning Outcomes in an Indian Business School: A Case Study

Posted: 25 Aug 2016

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Neeraj Singhal

Management Development Institute Murshidabad; Management Development Institute

Preeti Suryawanshi

Apeejay School of Management

Date Written: 2014

Abstract

This study examines the impact of some selected iterations as reduced class size, case method of teaching, duration of corporate internship, and communication Lab on the students learning outcome in an Indian business school education setting. A Descriptive Cross Sectional research was conducted across three consecutive batches to capture the impact of different iteration on students learning outcome in an Indian Business School. The study is based on the hypothesis that chosen factors has positive impact on student learning outcome. The findings suggest that the selected iterations improved student’s performance in their end term examination results. The business schools could use the outcome of the study to improve the students learning process.

Keywords: Graduate Attributes, Learning Outcomes, Management Education

Suggested Citation

Singhal, Neeraj and Singhal, Neeraj and Suryawanshi, Preeti, Impact of Selected Iterations on Student Learning Outcomes in an Indian Business School: A Case Study (2014). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2819336

Neeraj Singhal (Contact Author)

Management Development Institute Murshidabad ( email )

MDI Murshidabad, Kulori, P.O Uttar Ramna, Raghunat
Jangipur, 742235
India

Management Development Institute ( email )

MDI Murshidabad, Kulori, P.O Uttar Ramna, Raghunat
Jangipur, 742235
India

Preeti Suryawanshi

Apeejay School of Management ( email )

Sector-8, Institutional area
Dwarka
New Delhi, 110075
India

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