The most significant component at DBRAEI for the students is its provision to provide experiential learning opportunities. Thus, the campus can function beyond classroom learning and add to the dynamic educational experience. It is proved that experimental learning assists in developing career by providing a rational day-to-day view of various professions, industries, labs and organizations. We have various types of activities in experiential learning at DBRAEI; all these are with one common goal which aims at providing a hands-on experience outside the classroom.
Following are some of the experiential learning activities in brief:
The lectures conducted for every course aim at infusing and developing the analytical, conceptual, communication and application-oriented skills in the students. The classrooms and lecture halls are well equipped with modern teaching aids like multimedia projectors and computers with Wi-Fi connectivity which make teaching more exciting and interactive for students. The simulated teaching software helps the student to understand the process in a highly visualized form.
Tutorials are small group teaching methods that provide opportunities to the students to discuss, debate, quiz, and revise their understanding of various subjects with their classmates. A tutor is assigned to asses them as a group. The students are free to express their doubts in these classes. The tutor concerned clarifies their doubts in simple and best possible methods.
This method of teaching is launched to facilitate the students to connect theory with the contemporary world. The relevant cases to clarify the concepts learnt by the students are given to them well in advance so that the students can come prepared to discuss the case analysis in the class. These discussions encourage students to apply the concepts learnt for problem-solving/decision-making in their educational and professional careers.
Innovative and Relevant Practical Sessions
Challenging experiments are furnished for stimulating creativity among the students. The students give presentations on innovative, practical work followed by open house viva in which they must illustrate the findings and interpretations.