Teaching Pedagogy

SIMTECH Bareilly develops students having multifaceted personality capable of always learning and coping with the challenges of an organizational and personal life.

Special efforts have been made in realizing the vision of the institute by inculcating professional and ethical values in our students. Teaching methodology comprises of:
  • Simulation
  • Role Plays
  • Research Projects
  • Management Games
  • Case studies
  • Corporate interactions
  • Lectures
  • Presentations
  • Live Projects
  • Corporate Attachments

  • Assessment of academic standards of students is done on a continuous basis through a system of internal tests and mid semester examinations, classroom participation, assignments and group discussions.

    Teaching and demonstration of practical applications of concepts from an integral part of the learning process. This is brought by assigning research projects, presentations, analysis of various sectors of economy & industrial tours. While working on projects, students are required to interact with the functional managers of business and industrial organization.


    Srajan Group of Institution started a unique mentorship programme for their students in which apart from the regular class room studies Faculty members also work as a Mentor of the students. They are committed to the overall ethical and professional development of their mentees.

    We believe that Mentors play many roles in students' lives to help them succeed; these include "guide," "counsellor," "advisor," "consultant," "tutor," "teacher," and "guru." A mentor's particular combination of professional expertise, personal style, and approach to facilitating learning influences the kind of mentoring he or she provides.

    As a Mentor our Faculty members are playing a very important role in advancing the educational, professional, and personal growth of the students. This guidance goes well beyond helping them complete the requirements of their academic programs. It is deeper and involves helping students understand how a discipline has evolved as a knowledge enterprise; recognize novel questions; identify innovative ways of engaging students through teaching and collaborative research projects; and see the discipline, its questions and methodologies, in relation to other fields.