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Co-Curricular Activities

CASE ANALYSIS AND CASE FORMULATION

Case Analysis and Case Formulation provide an excellent way of practicing and applying new concepts. They are very useful tools in learning. They are related to problem-based learning, where there is a situation that needs a resolution. As cases include a detailed account, or story, of what happened in a particular company, industry, or project over a set period of time, the learner learn the details about the situation.

Cases Analysis teaches the introduction of key players; outlining the objectives and challenges; following specific examples and data; analyzing the situation, determining what had happened, and making recommendations.

It makes the student think critically about the information presented, develop a thorough assessment of the situation, leading to a well-thought-out solution and giving recommendation.

It is a way to improve an understanding, getting students involved, encouraging immediate practice of newly learnt skills, as it differ from lectures or assigned readings. Case based learning at the Institute increases participation and deliberate application of a broad range of skills. It focus on the practical forms of learning scenarios and simulations, thus serving as powerful and effective training tool.

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