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Siddhant Institute of Business Management: Stimulating an Innovative Approach to Management Education

Author : HER Team

HER Team

Dr. S. N. Tiwary, Director Siddhant Institute of Business Management

The world of business is dynamic, with advances in technology and shifts in the global economy; 'change' is the new normal for most organizations across all industries and sectors. In order to stay relevant in this competitive market, schools of business must adapt and enable each candidate to develop the demanding skills. Addressing this need of the hour, Siddhant Institute of Business Management (SIBM) adopted the blended pedagogical approach. Commenced by R. S. Yadav in the year 2005, SIBM is counted among the top B-Schools in the nation. Given which, SIBM has received the prestigious "Best Management Institute in India for Academic Excellence 2017" by world Education and Skill Conclave, Center for Education Growth & Research and ranked as a Premier Management Institute in Pune by Education Post, New Delhi.

SIBM is acknowledged in the business realm for generating graduates who are not only prepared to be reactive and adaptable to future change but also are capable to stay ahead of the competition with innovations to deliberately drive change. "Business graduates are the future managers and leaders and this fact makes us give more emphasis on innovation and creativity as the building blocks of pedagogy," says Dr. S.N. Tiwary, Director. At SIBM, the faculty members who are having extensive industrial experience along with academics, are conversant in diverse teaching approaches and brings out the best to the students. They go beyond the 'chalk and talk' system and deliver knowledge through using internet and multimedia devices, illustrations, video clips, Ted Talks, movies/documentaries and so on.

SIBM relishes MoUs with several organizations, which have been proved beneficial for different purposes like placements, industrial visits, summer internship projects, soft skill training and guest lectures.



Students are motivated to participate actively in the teaching-learning process, learn from peers in groups, involve in brainstorming sessions, quizzes and take up case studies. Dr. Tiwary pinpoints, "The case study method of learning at SIBM involves understanding the case situation and followed by discussions, argument and providing feasible alternative solutions." Further, the facilities of smart classrooms and audio-video entrenched in the campus acts as a tool for effective concept development of the students. "Our students are exposed to practical based replication exercises that imitate the genuine business situations and provide students the first-hand experience on some of the real-world scenarios," opines Dr. Tiwary.

SIBM relishes MoUs with several organizations, which have been proved beneficial for different purposes like placements, industrial visits, summer internship projects, soft skill training and guest lectures. The institution has signed MoUs with Profound Edutech Pvt. Ltd. for initiating aptitude and communication training, with Corporate Bridge Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. for providing short-term courses, with Imperial Overseas Consultants for guiding students in foreign education and with Pariksha.co for administrating an online aptitude test platform.

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