The CT Institute of Management & Information Technology provides a creative learning environment where the development of managerial skills and the discovery of principles, concept and values are the primary methodologies. We understand that knowledge can be classified into three broad categories: facts, skills and understanding. Facts are best taught through lectures and other didactic processes. Skills are habits that are developed through experience and practice. Understanding comes through discovery, by asking why and then working out the answers.
The learning at CTIMIT comes through lectures, case studies, role plays, simulation excercises, audio-visual aids, etc. Apart from this, interactive sessions make up a significant portion of the curriculum. Students are taught about the application and implementation of the concept.
Management in context
The organizations today are more team-oriented and process-driven than their predecessors. Their customers and suppliers are more global; their employees are more diverse; and the legal, ethical and social backdrops of their work, are far more complex. That is why today's managers need more than hard skills in a specific field such as investment banking, systems consulting or consumer retailing. The premium lies in understanding the full context in which organizations operate.
Study of Management at CTIMIT embraces the new, broad-based requirements of success. Courses, programs and other opportunities develop students' skills in ethical reasoning and decision-making, their understanding of global and cross-cultural issues, and their ability to communicate clearly, manage conflict and build consensus. Interpersonal skills and soft skills are the explicit part of the information age. These skills are inculcated through various specially designed tools and techniques that includes training sessions, personality development classes, case studies, role plays, etc.