Teaching Statement

My teaching philosophy is to channelize the thought process of my students, by not only training them to think out of the box, but provide them enough premise to let them create their own box. This enhances their critical thinking and enable them to come up with aberrant optimized solutions and manage business operations more effectively. I believe, experimental learnings such as learning through case studies, group projects, debate and discussions, enrich business students’ critical thinking and thereby, my teaching model banks heavily on a bouquet of these methods. I completely agree with David Kolb’s theory that a variety of experiences associated with such experimental learning tends to meet the needs of diverse learners.