What are the ingredients of a B-school's success? Number one is that it should be student-driven. Generally, teachers believe that students don't know what they want. But the truth is otherwise; B-school students know what they want and they expect the same from the school of excellence. There may be a generation gap between teachers and the beneficiaries, but it needs to be bridged during the process of learning. The second ingredient is the culture of the B-school. The first few batches of students and the core team of faculty decide the destiny of the school. A typical example is BIM (Bharthidasan Institute of Management), Tiruchi. The next ingredient is process - the process of learning.
Dr M. Senthil, Director, Saveetha School of Management, Saveetha University, Chennai
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