Dr. Arjita Singh Research Scholar Banasthali Vidyapith Singharjita4@gmail.com
Tanya Chauhan Assistant Professor Lloyd Institute of Management and Technology Tanya.email@example.com
Abstract :- Management is a synthesis of both science and arts. Both the component science and arts must be learned and practiced as a result of skill development and systematic approaches that are needed to deal with upcoming future skills gaps. People require skills and knowledge to function alongside automation, therefore innovation in pedagogic management education is a top notch technique to deal with emerging new difficulties in trends and drives. This is the most difficult aspect of management education since trends change so quickly that it is difficult to keep the gaps balanced. This work in progress deals with the issues being faced by the academia, as well as business organizations pertaining to the current state of e-learning and its future road ahead. The paper also highlights the urgent need to reinvent educational delivery methods that are more adapted and congruent with emerging technologies. Thus, to meet the future workforce expectations, current management education requires a paradigm shift. Meanwhile, management schools differentiate themselves in this field by updating the curriculum pedagogical approach to address socio economic concerns. According to the literature, researchers discovered that innovation plays an important part in the assessment model, high-quality faculty, up-to-date curriculum, soft-skills development, research, is offering to meet the evolution of the industry. Therefore, in India the researchers are endeavoured to do study on novel pedagogies in management education.