This National Institute’s unique methodology helps students to write best answers based on case studies and personal experiences. This format is similar to that of students in PHD programs. National Institute has designed this liberal and novel education methodology that allows students to answer examination questions at their own choice comfort and quality.
The Case Studies Examination is not all about to copy the answer from any of the reference book but it about how you apply information and knowledge. Case Studies Based exams allow you to take notes, texts or resource materials into an exam situation. Case Studies Based exams test your ability to find and apply information and knowledge. They are often used in subjects requiring direct reference to written materials, like law statutes, statistics or acts of parliament.
At National Institute, the panel of experienced professors designs the question papers. Questions are designed in such a way that direct answers are not available in reference books. Answering examination questions demand high analytical and comprehension skills from the students. This ensures that the students are assessed fairly for their managerial skills.
At professional examination levels examiners test students in their ability to: Present well structured written reports,
• Critically analyze problems and suggest appropriate solutions,
• Evaluate alternative courses of action and make recommendations,
• Integrate knowledge of different subject areas.
Students may expect questions presented in case study format to test these important skills.