Applied case studies methodology in learning acts as a link between theory and practice and thus, makes students better equipped to deal with situations in the professional world.
With a large number of universities (imparting ‘higher level’ education)
growing in almost every nook and corner of the world, the concept of learning is just
focus on getting good grades in curriculum. Applied Case study learning
becomes the need of hour. Few institutions like “IIMs”, Some Universities and “RTCs”
implementing applied case studies methodology in training.
It links theory to real practical exposure. Live cases relate to diverse sectors. Case study methodology acts as a link between theory and practice and thus, makes students better equipped to deal with situations in the professional world.
Many students learn better using real-life examples, and applied case studies can be an effective way to learn. Case-studies, most of which are in the form that enhance one’s ability to remember the core-concepts put forth, and have the amazing potential to enrapture students even when they are pertaining to the boring-most topics.
The case study outlines 'live' projects. Live projects are actual client projects that involve gaining understanding about and training one’s mind to carry out things rather than just thinking abstractly about doing them is just as important as academic learning, if not more.
This reiterates the fact that if concepts are taught with the practical approach, they are never forgotten.
Over the years, NSPL RTC has developed a rich collection of cases, and exercises related to diverse sectors. Most NSPL RTC cases are tested in organization before delivering to customer. Applied case studies are provided in collaboration with NSPL and other allied IT companies.
A major advantage of teaching with case studies is that the students are actively engaged in figuring out the principles by abstracting from the examples. This develops their skills in:
Applied case studies marks are incorporated