Disruptive Learning on Hydrophonic Business Ventures for Sustainability
A total of 30 MBA students of Othman Yeop Abdullah Business Graduate (OYAGSB) received value-added knowledge through the modernized cultivation of hydroponics.
The activity was held on 13th and 14th April at RISDA, Tanjung Genting as a disruptive learning activity. Disruptive learning is out-of-classroom learning that encourages students to develop self-reflexivity skills and encourages them to be self-reflective so that they could improve their current work practices.
The activity involved experts from the School of Economics, Finance and Banking.
Hydroponics agriculture has many advantages over the conventional one where nutrient-rich solutions and nutrients are directly fed to the roots.
This agricultural technique promises a lucrative outcome, is clean, is without any unpleasant odour, and is less burdensome on our energy has been reported to have attracted many groups, especially the younger generation to be actively involved in this industry.
Through such activity, OYAGSB is confident that new business opportunities could be explored and more entrepreneurs among the MBA students could be developed.