Perception of commerce teachers at undergraduate levels on the use of inductive teaching methodology in Bangalore, Karnataka
Sandhya V, Vishnu Prasad C
University education in India has always been a quintessential determinant of quality output in terms of filling potential industrial positions in India. In this regard, commerce education which has experienced a paradigm shift in terms of its demand is constantly on a lookout towards innovative and revolutionary methods of classroom teaching, which if leveraged optimally, can go a long way in shaping the essence of pedagogical approach and cutting-edge practices are inculcated to the target students. In this regard, this study primarily focuses upon the perceptions of commerce teachers on the use of inductive teaching methodology in classroom teaching and examines the opportunities involved.