P. Gupta (Ph.D., IIT/D)
(Dhananjaya Chair Professor & Head)
Welcome to the Department of Management Studies (IIT Delhi) !
As you move to next pages, you will discover various facets of DMS- programs, courses, research areas, faculty profile, facilities, outreach and students activities. Over past two decades, DMS has established it name in the league of top Business Schools in the country. It inherits all strength that comes with IIT brand, a world class institution follows, ensuring quality at every step; be it students’ intake; the kind of research we do; the inputs imparted in the classroom; or the outreach, particularly the interactions we have with the industry.
We aim to develop managers who contribute to the nation’s growth agenda and command respect in society. DMS alumni hold, inter-alia, top management positions in the best of Indian as well as multinational companies, both in India and abroad. Our faculty play has contributed at the highest policy making levels of the government, academia and industry. The scholastic and infrastructural resources of the Department include one of India’s largest single collections of field reports in Management area. The computational facilities are state of the art and comparable to the best academic institutions globally. DMS also contributes to Management Research by its quarterly International Journal – Journal of Advances in Management Research and Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management. These achievements are now recognized in various rankings which rate DMS among Top B-Schools in the country. The Department provides excellent environment to the students to hone up various skills. The Department has been able to attract the leading firms of large number of sectors to take part in the campus recruitment.
The Department currently runs a full time MBA programme (2 years) and an executive MBA of three-year duration for working professionals. DMS has also a very strong research program. The award of Ph.D. degree is, among other things, in recognition of high scholastic achievements, and original contribution to knowledge. Creative and productive enquiry is one of the basic concepts underlying research work.