A Well Planned Educational Experience

Akemi Business School encompasses student-centric teaching-learning methods for an enriching learning experience. From experiential learning, participative learning, and problem-solving methodologies to extracurricular activities, the curriculum is laced with uniqueness. All the essential facilities are provided to amplify the development of students. The list of other contemporary methods includes online certifications, language labs, ICT-enabled teaching, Case study, and more.

Experiential Learning:

ICT Enabled Teaching Learning:

Participative Learning:

Akemi Business School uses Participative Learning to encourage students to be actively involved in the learning process. The Institute uses many methods for participative learning a few are given below:

Problem Solving Methodologies:

Being a part of Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune Akemi Business School follows the curriculum structure fixed at the university level. But the effective delivery is in the scope of the Institute. The Choice Based Credit System is implemented with an improved version of Outcome-Based Education where the outcome of every course is to be ensured by the institute. In depth study of the new syllabus and curriculum structure was done at the Institute level. The micro plans are prepared accordingly by the faculty members in advance. All the activities are planned accordingly and the Academic Calendar is prepared and uploaded on the website of the Institute to share it with all the stakeholders. The Course files containing-revised Course Contents, Micro-plan of the course, Research Papers/Case studies, Question Banks and concurrent evaluation methods is prepared by all the faculties. Identification of Slow and advanced learners is done at the start of the semester to take required efforts for attaining the predefined course outcomes. The change in teaching pace and methods is done by the faculty members accordingly. All the guidelines from all the statutory regulating authorities are followed strictly for effective delivery of the curriculum and to attain the objective of the teaching-learning process.