Desh Bhagat Institute of Management & Computer Sciences organised a two day Faculty Development Programme on the theme ‘Case Studies Pedagogy’. It was inaugurated by Director General of Desh Bhagat Group of Institutes, Dr. Shalini Gupta by lighting the ceremonial lamp. Speaking on the occasion, she said that the teachers should conduct themselves in a highly dignified way so that the students can move ahead in this age of competition by following their foot- steps. She further said that they should listen to every word with rapt attention and act after proper thinking.
During this programme Dr. Veenu Gopal Rao & Dr. G. Radha Krishna from I.B.S Hydrabad, explained in detail the concept of Case Studies Pedagogy and the participating faculty discussed with them in detail topics like Case in Marketing, Case in Marketing Electives & Case in Business Strategy. The experts explained that this method is also useful in turning the theoretical into practical. They said that a teacher is basically a facilitator and he should have not only effective communication skills but also listening skills. At the same time, the teachers should have full knowledge of their subjects and try to improve their teaching skills.
On this occasion, Dr. Zora Singh, Chairman and Mrs. Tejinder Kaur, Vice Chairperson in their message said that the teachers of Desh Bhagat Group were presenting themselves before their students as Role Models, and imparting quality education to them. They said that it was a matter of pride for the institution that its students have established themselves in very high places, with very good packages. They added that the teachers and the students are very closely related to each other and there should be an atmosphere of complete trust between them. Only then can the teachers teach in the best possible way. Dr. Zora Singh said that in order to bring about a change in the attitude of the students, the teachers should first change themselves. He suggested that instead of finding fault with others, we should reform ourselves. He said that the students are the customers of the teachers, and the teachers should leave no stone unturned to satisfy their customers.