Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)

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Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL)


The Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL) at IIM Udaipur was created in March 2022 as a Centre of practice. Vision 2030 of IIMU places transformational learning as one of the two key focus areas of the institute. A key component of transformational learning is excellence in teaching and learning processes. The objective of the CTL is to create and support various elements of the teaching learning ecosystem.

    The CTL has a two-fold vision:
  • To facilitate processes that support faculty in delivery of high-quality values-based, application-oriented management education.
  • To engage in continuous assessment and improvement to meet the evolving requirements of quality assurance frameworks.
    The CTL organizes its activities under three broad categories
  • Supporting the Teaching Ecosystem.
  • Facilitating the development and publishing of High-Impact Case Studies.
  • Streamline processes to ensure alignment with national and international ranking and accreditation standards.
Supporting the Teaching Ecosystem
  • Faculty development programs: The CTL organizes regular Faculty development programs for faculty on topics relevant to the practice of teaching.
  • Faculty self-paced learning and review of teaching practice: The CTL facilitates continuous improvement of faculty by facilitating the process of faculty video-recording their own classes for the purpose of self-review and improvement. These videos allow faculty to assess their teaching delivery and make modification in their teaching style and content.
  • New Faculty Orientation: The CTL also helps in onboarding new faculty in the institute by organizing new faculty orientation specifically about the philosophy and practice of teaching and learning at IIMU.
  • Training and Development of Teaching assistants: CTL also organizes training and development for Teaching Assistants that allows them to be an effective part of the teaching ecosystem.
  • CTL Newsletter: The Centre also publishes a monthly Newsletter to identify and make adequate resources available to IIMU faculty to build teaching prowess. Through this monthly newsletter, the CTL shares content, and articles from the "scholarship of teaching" with the IIMU community. The newsletter includes interviews with faculty, crisp summaries of research articles related to innovations in management teaching and learning, technological innovations like devices and tools as well as updates about the activities of the CTL.
Facilitating the development and publishing of High-Impact Case Studies
  • CTL sets in policies, SOPs to facilitate the development of case studies by faculty members that address real-world challenges and showcase best practices in business management.
  • Create platforms for faculty collaboration and knowledge sharing, such as case study development and teaching workshops etc.
  • Encourage faculty members to engage in the development of high-quality case studies that capture real-world business challenges and solutions.
  • Establish a platform for sharing and disseminating case studies internally and externally to enrich teaching practices and contribute to knowledge dissemination.
Streamline processes to ensure alignment with national and international ranking and accreditation standards
  • Align institutional processes and systems with national and international ranking and accreditation standards to ensure compliance and enhance institutional reputation.
  • Aligning curriculum with AACSB learning goals: At IIMU the institutional learning goals are incorporated in the course outlines for every course. These course outlines help create a shared understanding of, and improved assessments aligned with Institutional learning goals over time.
  • Establish mechanisms for continuous monitoring, evaluation, and improvement to meet the evolving requirements of ranking and accreditation bodies.
  • Foster a culture of data-driven decision-making and continuous improvement across all aspects of teaching, learning, and institutional operations.
  • Establish feedback mechanisms and performance indicators to assess and enhance the effectiveness of teaching-learning processes and outcomes.


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