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Teaching Pedagogy


The teaching Pedagogy in RCM illustrates teaching methods for both academic and theoretical aspects.

These Effective pedagogies combine a variety of teaching techniques, such as:

  • A comprehensive guide for teachers
  • Evaluation practice
  • Individual pursuits
  • Activities for the entire class,

These pedagogies help students improve their higher-order thinking and cognitive abilities. RCM provides management education through a thoughtfully balanced mix of teaching pedagogy. Faculty members work hard to make classes interactive so that students can connect theories to real-world examples for a better understanding.

Case Supplement

  • Lectures supplemented by case studies are carried out in all the courses to enhance the students’ analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills.
  • This facilitates experiential learning among the students as they face real business issues, apply their classroom knowledge, and strengthen their business acumen.

Team Activities

Students are typically given the opportunity to work in teams, where they learn to collaborate and adapt to a diverse workforce while completing assigned tasks. Furthermore, students are taught various managerial and networking skills.

Throughout the semester, students also complete project(s) in each course. Students are expected to conduct research and analysis on the most recent industry developments, as well as incorporate theoretical concepts and understand and propose innovative solutions to business challenges.

Experiential learning

“Experiential learning is an ideology and methodological approach in which teachers purposefully engage students in firsthand knowledge and concentrate reflection in order to increase knowledge, develop skills, and influence policy choices.”

Students engage in experiential learning through diverse projects completed as part of various courses and internships. These activities at RCM improve their quality of education.

Continuous Evaluation

Students are evaluated on a variety of parameters on a regular basis to assess their progress throughout the semester. This evaluation process includes class participation, short quizzes, announced tests, assignments, projects, and so on.

It emphasises two objectives: continuity of evaluation and holistic assessment of learning outcomes. It addresses all aspects of learning, including the cogn