A key focus of our training curriculum is the emphasis on fieldwork for students to gain experience in the working world. Our teaching programmes involve a strong field work component that interfaces with classroom teaching; where students spend substantial time in concurrent field work. They do internships in industries, government department, hospitals, schools, custodial and protection homes; in rural, tribal and urban contexts working with people, institutions and processes. Through this combination of classroom teaching and fieldwork, students share and analyse knowledge in discussions in the class rooms, meetings and conferences; and develop empathy for the people they work with.
Institutions all across the globe are looking for evidences of competency in an aspirant’s profile during application screenings and personal interviews. In an increasingly competitive world with a high demand for hands on skills, relevant field level exposure speaks the loudest for the candidate’s credibility of being fit for the course that she or he has applied for.