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Participative Learning

Management Games
Students acquire real inputs by playing management games. The class will be divided into different groups and each member in the group performs a specific role. Finally, the judges evaluate the role played by each and feedback will be given accordingly. For instance, the 'greeting cards' game is intended to make the students understand that business is not a charity and that profit making is its core and it is possible to appreciate this only when we understand the role of quality, costs, price negotiation, and volume of business.
Objectives
1.To make the students understand and experience management principles by playing games. · 2.To involve students deeply into the activities so to create interest in learning.
Guidelines
(a) Students will be divided into the groups as per the requirement. However, the groups would keep changing from time to time. (b) Each group will be given a task and rules of the game by the trainer. (c) There will be jury members to judge the performance of the groups. (d) The jury's decision is final. (e) Feedback will be given by the jury at the end of the sessions. (f) The trainer will enlist the concepts learnt through the game. (g) Participants are advised to take the game in the right spirit.
Role Plays
1.To make the students understand and experience management principles by playing games. · 2.To involve students deeply into the activities so to create interest in learning.
Objectives
To understand the role of empathy in decision-making and to know how difficult it is to perform the jobs of others.
Guidelines
(a) The jury will announce the role to be played in a stipulated time. (b) Participants will be given a specific role to be performed. (c) Different roles to be played by different people. (d) Participants must know the objective behind the role play. (e) Participants should strictly follow the guidelines. (f) Participants must understand the scope of the role play. (g) Participants should not use un-parliamentary language and pass derogatory remarks. (h) The jury will adjudge the first and second best performers and will give feedback for further improvement. Jury's decision is final. (i) Time management is crucial in the role plays.