Delhi School of Management (DSM) was established in 2009, with Delhi College of Engineering acquiring the University status and upgrading to Delhi Technological University DSM envisages at developing distinctive future managers, keeping up with the tradition of DCE (and now DTU) by providing excellent education.
DSM was established with a vision of inculcating the aspiring managers with a penchant for innovation, research, and experimentation. DSM aims at extending the seven-decade long legacy of DCE by developing the “techno-managers”, with the ability to manage the highly complex and dynamic global business environment.
In order to train its students to face the challenges of an information and knowledge driven work environment, DSM provides them with the Triple E: Education, Experience and Exposure. DSM strives to inculcate in its students the managerial competence through specialized knowledge and skills, while simultaneously empowering their minds through quality teaching, consultancy, and other professional services in order to fulfill its role of a vibrant and model institution capable of imparting quality education in the area of Management Studies. DSM envisions at developing a knowledge society by providing equitable access to the masses and broadening the span of their participation in the areas of higher education.
DSM strives to extend the glorious legacy of its predecessor, Delhi Technological University, formerly known as Delhi College of Engineering. DSM greatly benefits from the inherent competitive spirit that reverberates through DTU. Under the protective umbrella of DTU, DSM has succeeded in establishing itself, in a very short duration, as a vibrant and model institution capable of imparting excellence in the field of Management Studies. DSM enjoys a State of the Art infrastructure, which is well complemented by a highly evolv
The Delhi School of Management, Delhi Technological University, New Delhi witnessed a fantastic placement season for the 2012-14 batch.
The class of 2014 had a talent pool of 60 students from a variety of backgrounds for the summer placement process. Close to 51% of the batch had prior work experience having worked across different geographies in diverse fields like IT/ITeS, Finance, Supply Chain, Real Estate, Manufacturing, BFSI, Market Research and Operation Solutions.
The Delhi School of Management was vi