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Interactive Learning@ Asian Business School

The boundaries between a teacher and a student are increasingly dimming when it comes to a class room environment. Faculty and other educators are challenged to transition from being “the sage on stage” to the “guide on side,” and the students are challenged to participate more actively during their learning process.

Interactive learning actively engages the students in learning the material. It reinvigorates the classroom for both students and faculty. Lectures are changed into discussions, and students and teachers become partners in the journey of knowledge acquisition.

At Asian Business School, we ardently believe that the attainment of knowledge is not a one way information download process, but a complete interactive two way process. To ensure that the students gain not only knowledge but also develop the skills and abilities to apply the same, we encourage the students to participate in various club activities which are organised within the campus.

Whether it is the Finance Club organizing a presentation, the Literary Club conducting a debate or the Environment Club apprising the students of their responsibility towards the society and nature; it all boils down to one primary Objective – Developing and nurturing the talent by providing them an opportunity to learn in a more hands-on, real-world process of relaying information.

Interactive learning sharpens critical thinking skills, which are fundamental to the development of analytic reasoning. Being exposed to an environment which allows Asianites to participate actively in their learning process definitely prepares them for their career and equips them with skills which can be enhanced during their Summer Internships or during their Final Placements.

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