Experiential Learning consists of three components:
Development Immersion (DI), Enterprise Learning (EL) and Management Internship (MI). About 30% of the total programme duration will be devoted to Experiential Learning and practical application of knowledge & skills learned in the classroom segments.
Development Immersion : (DI) involves first‐hand experience of understanding and working within diverse development context;
Enterprise Learning (EL) focuses on learning about functional aspects of governance & management of enterprises, resources and institutions; and Management Internship (MI) engages students to work on projects pertaining to livelihoods promotion and/or project work in Community / Cooperative/ Social Collective Enterprises or Government / Civil Society Organisations including Corporate CSR.