The curriculum of management courses at the college is developed and delivered using the following principles
While designing courses and evaluation mechanisms, we start by identifying the learning objectives that MBAs are expected to meet by the end of the course. These learning outcomes may be of knowledge acquisition or development of attitude/ability. They are clearly specified in the course outlines and linked to specific assessment criteria on which they get measured. This leads to complete transparency between the instructor and college students.
Application of Theoretical Concepts to Real-Life Situation
The overarching intent in design of the pedagogy is to introduce grads to fundamental concepts and techniques in the classroom, to provide ample opportunities to apply this learning using simulated real-life situations, and then reinforce the same through additional discussions, feedback sessions, live corporate projects and interactions with practicing industry leaders.
At FIIB Delhi, learning is non-stop, intense and dynamic; through a fast paced and stimulating process, students of the college are required to manage their own schedules between class, personal study and a variety of activities that happen on an everyday basis at the college campus.
Group Work and Presentations
With the objective to develop collective decision-making, group responsibilities and persuasive communication skills, college grads are required to work regularly in groups and make presentations on assigned topics.
Problem Solving and Decision Making
At the college, the case study method, complemented by role plays, management games, etc., is used in all courses to help build the MBAs' skill to effectively diagnose situation and recommend solution. We believe this is an important aspect of understanding management principles.
Continuous Evaluation and Feedback
Course evaluation is designed to assess learning amongst the college grads and two-way timely feedback is given for improvements. Faculty and students of the college work together as a team towards the overall improvement of both academic and non-academic affairs.
Integration of the Curriculum
Faculty collaborates regularly with the industry to develop joint courses to help college students understand the linkage between functional areas. This provides an avenue to observe impact of decisions on organization, people and society and deal with the repercussions of decision making in one area on the other.
Recognizing the need for our future leaders to operate in a global setting, PGDM curriculum of the college focuses on providing relevant multinational inputs that help learn the best practices in differing socio, legal, cultural environments.
AuditoriumFIIB’s state-of-the-art auditorium can seat over 150 individuals and has provisions for video conferencing along with other ultra-modern technologies. Students also enjoy the provision of multiple conference and seminar halls if required.
CafeteriaA fully functional cafeteria serves sumptuous meals and beverages all through the day for the students to refresh and revive. Students not only enjoy the meals here but sometimes unwind sitting in the area over a cup of coffee.
ClassroomsThe state of the art classrooms at the Institute enhance the learning experience of students as they are equipped with the latest equipment including projectors, screens, options for video conferencing etc.
Electronic Resource CentreThe campus hosts a state-of-the-art computer lab housing over 180 terminals and 200 laptops. The campus is Wi-Fi enabled. Online Learning and Teaching Software is also provided for flexibility and access to learning material at all times.
Indoor GamesThe recreational centre has arrangements for several indoor sports like pool, table tennis, carom and chess. These may be accessed by students during their breaks and can be used as effective recreational tools to relax.
Knowledge Resource CentreStudents can access a fully computerized and air-conditioned library housing over 15,000 books, 195 periodicals/journals, 750 audio-visual and multimedia. The Library subscribes to major online research and informational databases.
Outdoor GamesThe Campus also has provisions badminton, volleyball and a number of outdoor games and activities
Recreational CentreThe recreational centre of FIIB provides its students space and opportunity to indulge in activities like indoor games and relax. The Centre is outfitted with television, student lockers and various indoor sports like pool table, table tennis, carom and chess.