Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
To produce good students, you need good faculties. Therefore, the standards for the faculty selection are very important. You may ask this question.
Secondly, faculty needs to update on the current trends in the industry. What do they do to keep themselves abreast? What kind of research do they do?
27th April 2015 From India, Bangalore
We follow a very strict procedure in the faculty selection process however, we were debating a couple of days back on the industry interface of the faculty members. Experience definitely helps but updating the knowledge base is equally important.
30th April 2015 From India, Bhubaneswar
Dinesh Divekar has given you sound advice. Could you kindly tell us the eminent person's background as well as yours and why you are conducting the interview?
As an ex-academic, who has conducted many sessions for staff and students in India, I have found that many students and staff have no prior work experience. Students join MBA courses straight after doing their first degrees and many go on to academia to teach. I was taught Operations Management, on a part-time Diploma course, by two tutors one of whom had very little experience in that field. We could easily spot the difference in the quality of the content and the ability to answer our questions.
30th April 2015 From United Kingdom