Teaching Learning

Outcome Based

Don’t be the same – Be better!

Focus on ‘learning outcomes’ - what you ‘can do’ or ‘capabilities’ you will develop after learning. Curriculum, teaching & learning, and assessment strategies are constructively aligned with the intended learning outcomes and reflect the achievement of higher order learning and mastery rather than traditional education approach of direct instruction of facts and accumulation of credits.

Technology Driven
Thinking differently today for your extraordinary tomorrow!

Challenging the status quo in education, our curriculum innovatively blends technology and content to create a fulfilling learning experience for you. Moving beyond the ‘brick and mortar’ classroom, we expose you to ‘experience’ from around the world using online platforms, alumni networks etc.

Personalized Attention

The unique Mentor-Mentee Concept at Amity ensures a constant interaction between the faculty and the students. A faculty member is assigned to a group of students to counsel them on their academic and personal concerns. Their experience will help you gain the confidence and skills you need to be a corporate success.At GHRU, you will never feel away from home. If you encounter any problem during your tenure concerns about course work or personal / emotional problems, our trained counselors will be there for you, as your confidantes and true friends.

Project Based Learning

Project based learning systems inculcate the best learning & teaching practices to achieve employability of students. Micro, Minor, Macro and Major (Final year Project) project-based learning model of the courses allows students to gain knowledge and skills by working for an extended period to investigate and respond to an engaging and Complex question, problem, or challenge.

5 Keys to rigorous problem solving
  • Real world connection – authentic problem
  • Effective learning – through the project
  • Structured collaboration
  • Student-driven – Teachers become facilitators, and students take control. As facilitators, teachers need to ask good questions and redirect the students if necessary.
  • Multifaceted assessment – This includes in-between assessment and formative assessments. Students should also be able to assess themselves.
  • Critical thinking
  • Problem solving skills
Learning Outcomes
  • Become more engaged and self-directed learners
  • Learn more deeply and transfer their learning to new situations
  • Improve problem solving and collaborative skills
  • Perform as well or better on high stakes tests
  • Students blossom – they have a voice and a choice
  • Can reach ALL students and get them engaged
  • Improve learning
  • Provide opportunities for students to use technology
  • Make teaching more enjoyable and rewarding