About Experiential Learning
Experiential Learning is designed following David Kolb's learning styles, such Abstract Conceptualisation, Active Experimentation, Concrete Experience, and Reflective Observation. Such an exposure is necessary for the participants to develop the required skills and attitudes. The DMI Faculty and students closely interact at all the stages of the Experiential Learning Components
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 --(6 weeks);
Enterprise Learning (EL) focuses on learning about functional aspects of governance & management of enterprises, resources and institutions--(8 weeks); 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. --(12 weeks)