Listed below are some of the innovative teaching pedagogy for the purpose of teaching and learning.

    1. Case Studies
    2. Management Games (Gamification)
      1. Stock War
      2. 50 rupees exercise.
    3. Flipped Classroom
      1. Online quizzes
      2. Infographics
      3. Mind map or word cloud
    4. Board Room Analysis
    5. Team Building
    6. Brainstorming
    7. Affinity Diagram
    8. Business Plan
    9. Paper presentation
    10. Corporate Walk
    11. Barter Puzzle
    12. Building Towers


1 2022-2023 19/07/2022 Accounting For Management Dr. G. H. Kerinab Beenu

Board Room Analysis

Profitability Vs Liquidity Trade off Analysis in Real Time Companies.

Objective of the activity: 

This class room exercise gave students a real time understanding of  the financial position of  the companies and also gave a clear insight on application of theoretical knowledge.

2 2022-2023 24/08/2022 Management Concepts and Organizational Behaviour Dr. R. Sasikala

Team Buiding

This exercise is designed to  understand the importance and application of organisational behaviour

Form teams with eight students. If possible, each team should have a private location where team members can plan and practise the required task without being observed or heard by other teams.

All teams receive special instructions in class about their assigned task. All teams have the same task and the same amount of time to plan and practise the task. At the end of this planning and practice, each team will be timed while completing the task in class. The team that completes the task in the least time wins.

When all teams have completed their task, the class will discuss the implications of this exercise for organisational behaviour

3 2021-2022 11/11/2021 International Trade and Finance Mr. V. Srinivasan

Group Discussion

  1. Ensure that students have the background knowledge about trade as an economic phenomenon.  The balance of payments activity is designed for students who already understand the basic concepts of trade – scarcity, voluntary exchange, specialization, interdependence, and comparative advantage. 
  2.  In demonstrating the balance-of-payments process with trade among states, the purpose of the activity is to create a useful analogy for discussing and analyzing trade among nations.  Teachers are encouraged to expand on the activity by having students read and discuss current events issues around the balance of payments.
  3. Allow students to work in pairs so that they may discuss the tasks and assist each other.  (Optional – allow students to work individually.)
  4. Distribute the student handout on State Trade.  Display the overhead transparency and explain the task.  (All handouts, charts, and visuals are included in the download file linked above.)
  5. Allow time for students to complete the work and to discuss their conclusions with their partners.
  6. Conduct a large group discussion of the handout questions, or ask various groups to propose their answers for group consideration and reactions.
  7. Monitor the discussion to be sure that students understand why it is true that “the balance of trade always balances.
4 2021-2022 19/01/2022 Management Concepts and Organizational Behaviour Ms. B. Jayachitra


Objective of the activity: Which is a great mnemonic (memory aid) to reinforce the need for all team members to be involved and engaged in team work – teams work best when everyone contributes – which means no passengers. It’s the team leader’s, or manager’s, or facilitator’s responsibility to structure and help teams to ensure that all team members have the opportunity  to contribute and participate in team activities, and ultimately the team’s success. It is helpful to use and refer to these models when using, planning, designing, and evaluating team building activities or games:

Kirkpatrick’s learning evaluation model

Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning domains

5 2021-22 17/02/2022  Communication Skills Dr. V. K. Ajay


Objective of the activity: The Brainstorming is a technique to stimulate creative ideas and solutions through a group discussion. … The participants are required to give their ideas freely Brainstorming can be an effective way to generate lots of ideas on a specific issue and then determine which idea – or ideas – is the best solution. Brainstorming is most effective with groups of 8-12 people and should be performed in a relaxed environment. If participants feel free to relax and joke around, they’ll stretch their minds further and therefore produce more creative ideas.

6 2021-2022 20/02/2022 Organisational Design and Development Mrs. N. Deepa Rekha Suresh

Time Management Game

Objective of the activity:

Self-education to improve time management skills after a hectic and task-packed day can help your employees learn useful new skills. And these time management games can be a perfect solution to unwind. the wheat from the chaff and know which games genuinely work. Improves problem-solving skills – Taking on new challenges at a different level helps your brain grow and develop, allowing you to get more for your experiences.Relieves stress – Let’s face it, no matter how fantastic work is, it also involves a level of stress. While stress is an excellent motivator at times, knowing how to manage it is key to long-term success. 

Builds teamwork skills – Get to know your team better and have some fun. This creates better working relationships allowing your team to be more productive.

Improves learning retention – By actively engaging your employees in your time management games, you’re enhancing their capabilities for learning retention. Studies show active participation in learning improves how much information and skill a person retains from the training

7 2021-2022 25/02/2022 Communication Skills Mr. A. Saravanan


Objective of the activity: Extempore is a speech given at the spur of the moment without any prior preparation. At times there are few minutes given to prepare for a topic like 2-3 mins, usually, that is not the case. Extempore is conducted to understand various points from a candidate and hence has a lot of challenges.

8 2020-2021 15/07/2020 Human Resource Management Dr. R. Sasikala

Personal Interview

Students had to meet a HR Manager in a company, do an interview and understand the HR practices in that company. Objective was to relate concepts to industry practice. This was a group activity of 5 students. The learning was shared with the rest of the class.

9 2020-2021 23/08/2020 Marketing Management Dr. V. K. Ajay

Business Plan

Preparing and presenting a marketing plan for futuristic products. This was a group activity

10 2020-2021 05/09/2020 Total Quality Management Ms. P. Sudha

Affinity Diagram a Different Way to Brainstorm

Objective of the activity: Brainstorming works to get a high quantity of information on the table. But it begs the follow-up question of how to gather meaning from all the data. Using a simple. It can also give us a sense of where most people’s thinking is focused. Use an affinity diagram when you want to find categories and meta-categories within a cluster of ideas and when you want to see which ideas are most common within the group.

11 2020-2021 19/10/2020 Retail Management Mr. G. B. Suresh

Business Plan   – Retailing in global scenario

Objective of the activity: A business plan is a common requirement for students pursuing business-related courses. Ideally, it is meant to solidify your knowledge about business operations. You demonstrate your understanding of elements such as naming a business, strategy, including the mission and vision statements, customer segmentation, marketing, and financial planning.

12 2020-2021 17/01/2021 Economics for  Business Analysis Mr. G. B. Suresh

Paper Presentation on Global Business Advancement.

Objective of the activity: The Paper Presentation Competition is for jurisprudents, those who aspire to law reform, or those with cutting analysis of a recent case is the Paper Presentation Competition. A different style of competition, Paper Presentation involves researching and writing a legal essay and then presenting it to a panel of judges. Competitors compete individually and the papers may be written on any legal topic. The panel may ask questions as they see fit during and after the presentation to find the depth of knowledge and understanding the competitor has in the chosen field. Competitors are assessed on the essay and the presentation

13 2020-2021 12/02/2021 Managerial Behaviour and Effectiveness Ms. Lishmah Domnic

Corporate Walk

Objective of the activity: A Corporate Walk is an independent show of the best of professional etiquettes. They will lay a platform for the aspirant managers to showcase their Managerial manners and skills.


14 2020-2021 05/03/2021 Legal Aspects of Business Ms. Suganya Bharathi

Barter Puzzle

Objective of the activity :Split team members into equal groups of 4 or 5 people (though not ideal, it is possible to play with groups of 3). Give each group a different jigsaw puzzle. It is their tasks to solve the puzzle, however, there is a catch.

            Each puzzle has had pieces of the other puzzles mixed in at random. Explain to all the groups that other teams may have the pieces they need. Members have to strategize, assign roles and barter with other teams to get pieces they need to complete their puzzle first.

            This activity offers a dual challenge: firstly they need to solve the puzzle in a short period of time, secondly they need to convince the other team to trade them the necessary pieces. This is a particularly good activity if you want to strengthen your sales team or get team members to practice negotiating and strategizing skills. 

15 2019-2020 19/08/2019 Financial Management Dr. G. H. Kerinab Beenu

Stock War

Objective of the activity: Individual participation.

Round 1:Prelims (Questions will be based on stock market)

Round 2:Virtual Stock Market Trading (Set of your portfolio and watch how your stocks would perform in the virtual market


16 2019-2020 07/09/2019 Management Concepts and Organisational Behaviour Dr. R. Sasikala

Building Towers

Objective of the activity: Building towers is one of the best games to test the students’ presence of mind, leadership quality, and teamwork capability. Two groups receive bundles of newspapers. A scissor and tape are kept familiar between the two. Both the teams have to make the tallest building in 10 minutes. Whoever builds the highest building, wins. This game is a great way to teach how one can make the fullest out of minimum resources

17 2019-2020 25/10/2019 Information Management Dr. V. K. Ajay

Business Presentation

Business Information Systems Video Presentation. Students are asked to prepare 10-15 minutes Video Presentation related to a topic in Business Information Systems.