Delhi School of Business
Delhi School of Business, was started in 2012 and within a short period of seven years, it is reckoned among best PGDM colleges in Delhi, India. For the fourth consecutive year, it has been ranked as India’s No.1 Emerging Business School in Delhi, India, as per Times of India B School Rankings. The school strives to be the best PGDM institute in Delhi, India by giving the best to the country.
The PGDM Program at Delhi School of Business exhaustively focuses on the development of students’ competence, aptitude and attitude to apply best management practices and concepts to face the challenges of the corporate world. Students learn human values along with the scientific processes and are equipped with updated technical skills and a learning attitude to be able to learn and perform on the job. The pedagogy adopted at the School ensures that students are forced to think critically and out of the box. They get trained to logically and rationally analyze the concepts instead of memorizing them so that they are able to apply them in the practical scenarios.
The teaching methodology at Delhi School of Business is based on Outcome Based Learning and it is an evolving process which is modified to cater to the ever changing business needs. Hence it is an amalgamation of self and participative learning along with interactive sessions with best faculty in India, corporate leaders and philosophers. The teaching tools used in the program include case based teaching, conferences, seminars, live projects, management games, empirical research projects, role plays and simulation exercises. Special emphasis is also laid on managing the communication, presentation and negotiation skills of every student along with life skills to equip them to work under immense pressure and deadlines.
The enriched curriculum and reputed faculty has helped the School to create its own niche among the top B Schools. The ultimate objective of the Business School is to liberate individual potential of every student and produce industry ready graduates with human values as they pass out and work in the industry or manage their own enterprises.
Scholarships are available for meritorious applicants.
Prof. S.C Vats
We are living in extraordinary times, driven by change at an incredible pace. It demands from us personal mastery, systems thinking capability to understand complexity and the ability to have dialogue instead of learned reactions. For this purpose, at the outset, we must first and foremost be aware of the environment we live in and our interaction with it. We must be reflective of our pre-dispositions, aptitude and attitudes that will make the difference in our holistic development to be contributing members of the society and nation, particularly in the 21st century. We must acknowledge the power of communication across cultures for better outcomes. We must be on a platform of continual learning, consciously fostering an open mindset. Read More
Prof. I.M Pandey (DG-DSB)
Former Dean IIM-A
Does management education matter? Yes, indeed, it does; we need management education for a better world. Our generation is facing innumerable, intricate challenges. The world is rife with inequalities— economic, education, environment, freedom, and opportunity. Social and business organizations are the institutions that have tremendous potential for renovating today’s world into a better place for all to live in. A large number of institutions, social organizations, and business firms across the world have demonstrated their capability of transforming their societies and improving the quality of life of their people. The quality of these organizations is attributable to the quality of people managing and leading them. Read More