Learning Methodology

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Participant Centred Learning

This concept pioneered by Professor Roland Christensen of Harvard Business School shifts the emphasis from the instructor to the learner. Most aspirants of business education in India do not have work experience. Mere understanding of concepts is not enough to enable them to apply to real-world situations. A significant part of this gap can be bridged by the use of cases that represent events as they occurred and encourage participants to take on the role of one of the protagonists and articulate what they would have done in the face of situational dilemmas or conflicting demands. Diversity in the classroom brings forth a rich variety of views and the instructor facilitates the discussion. The objective is to foster critical thinking and decision-making skills among students. While a case does not have a right or wrong answer, an understanding of alternatives that leads up to recognition of what really happened and the consequences thereof sharpens the ability of students to analyze the possible outcomes of their actions. Cases from Harvard, Richard Ivey, ECCH, Stanford and the Society for Case Research are used throughout the programs.

Role Plays

These are similar to simulations except that they deal with scenarios and specific concepts – negotiations, conflict resolution, performance measurement, providing feedback and marketing an industrial product. Students are given scenarios and asked to play the role of one of the managers involved. Again, the diversity of the classroom and the different viewpoints expressed make for a great learning experience.




Games

Games too are similar to simulations except for an element of fun and excitement. From simple two-person games to team games, the instructor can design games that have definite outcomes based on the approaches followed thus allowing for a winner to emerge. Games are useful tools for understanding complex situations involving Markov Processes.


Analysis & Reporting

Students are encouraged to take up analysis and reporting at different levels – function, company, industry or country. The use of analytical tools and the APA Style Guide helps students to enhance their skills at professional writing.




Presentations

Presentations – individual and team – are an integral part of all courses. These are designed to improve the communication and question-handling skills of students. The presentations can be theme-based, concept-based or case-based.


Industrial Visits

The purpose of visiting industries is to understand industrial processes. An opportunity is provided to interact with a senior executive to further enhance one’s appreciation of why certain processes happen the way they do. Students are encouraged to make suggestions for improvement and if accepted by the organization, the best suggestions are suitably recognized.


Community Service

The objective of introducing community service in a business program is primarily to sensitize students to the world around them and to convey the message that one can do well (succeed) by doing good (to society). Initiatives include health care, education, sanitation, rural marketing, working with NGOs and participating in awareness-creating activities.


Industry Interaction

Every week, we invite practitioners to visit us and interact with our students. The practical orientation that the practitioners bring complements the theoretical framework that the students learn in the classroom. In addition, we encourage and invite practitioners to take part in case discussions whenever cases related to their companies or sectors are discussed.

Ramaiah Institution of Legal Studies (RILS) is organizing their 1st National Moot Court Competition in offline mode on the 3rd and 4th of March, 2023

About Ramaiah Institute of Legal Studies

Ramaiah Institution of Legal Studies (RILS) is affiliated to Karnataka State Law University, recognised by the Government of Karnataka, and approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi.

General Rules

  • Students enrolled for either 3 years or 5 years Law courses from all over India shall be eligible to participate.
  • Registrations are limited to 32 teams only. It will be considered on a first come first serve basis.
  • The number of participants is limited to one team from each institution consisting of 3 members: 2 speakers and 1 researcher.
  • The language of instruction for the entire event will be “English” only.
  • The participants shall report to the venue by 8:30 AM on the 3rd of March.
  • It is necessary for the students to carry their college ID cards on the day of the event.
  • Compliance with the Dress Code is mandatory
  • Participants should seek confirmation of their registration prior to the event.
  • Participants creating any kind of noncompliance with rules shall be disqualified at the discretion of the judges.

Registration Details

  • The Registration fee is INR 1500/- per team
  • An additional amount of INR 1500/- will be charged if the team is seeking accommodation from our side
  • The registration is said to be completed only when the registration fee has been remitted successfully
  • Participants should seek confirmation of their registration 2 days prior to the event.
  • The fee once paid is non-refundable.
  • Fill out the form in the given link at the end of this post.

Payment Details

Institution Name: RAMAIAH INSTITUTE OF LEGAL STUDIES

Name of the Bank: Bank of Baroda

Branch: New BEL Road Branch

A/C No: 33420200000380

IFSC Code: BARB0NEWBEL (5th Character is Zero)

Registration Deadline

Participants have to complete their registrations by February 7th, 2023 before 11.59 PM.

Venue

Ramaiah Institute of Legal Studies
#23, GOKULA Extn. MSRIT Post, MSR Nagar
Bangalore -560054
PH: 080-23607640/41
Fax: 080-23607642

Click here  for the location

Important Links

Click here to register for the event

Click here view the brochure.

Contact Information

Prof. Charuta Nair (Faculty Co-ordinator): +91 6282131297

Prof. Anusree S. (Faculty Co-ordinator): +91 7012268509

Dr. Pradeep. S (Faculty Member): +91 99009 26219

Mr. Anjan R. (Student Co-ordinator) +91 9380826902

Ms. Aditi Bose (Student Co-ordinator) +91 8951696756

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