DKS Business School is a renowned institute for business and management studies, located in the heart of India’s Corporate Centre, Bangalore. Approved by AICTE and affiliated to Bangalore University, DKS Business School is established under the aegis of the Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology. We have been working in the education industry and training sector with 5000+ alumni worldwide and have guided thousands of MBA aspirants for over 25 years.
Why DK Business School?
What do we do?
Learning at Campus
At DKS Business School, we develop professionalism and work ethics through a rigorous & intensive program conducted in a highly disciplined environment and regular one-on-one mentoring. We hold communication skills essential and strive to nurture the same in our students. This, incorporated with our focus on developing fundamental technology skills like Microsoft Office, e-mails, the internet, etc., through extensive projects, presentation, reports and business correspondence, ensure our students are well equipped and hold a significant edge in the corporate world.
We offer domain-specific courses in emerging fields like Retail, Banking, Insurance, Aviation, etc., where the industry-oriented curriculum will be designed in consultation with professionals from the industry. This saves training period after graduation, thereby offering our graduates a jump-start into the industry and saving employers’ time and resources.
DKS Business School houses a dynamic faculty with relevant first-hand corporate experience to take sessions. Our comprehensive network of ties across businesses, alumni and corporates enable our students to learn best practices and cutting-edge technologies. We focus on creating an environment that allows our students to interact with industry leaders and get hands-on experience. With over 16 guest lectures from the corporate world leaders and professionals, integrated into the courses, we offer the best-in-class exposure to our students.
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart.” These inspirational words come to us from the American educator, Helen Keller, who overcame the adversity of being blind and deaf to become one of the 20th century’s leading humanitarians. We can relate this thought to the field of design as well as “Design must first be felt to be expressed”.
Creativity is an expression of our inner being and how we make sense of the world around us. Each of you who have chosen to embark on a career in the Creative Arts will understand what I mean. Every thought and idea begins in the mind and is translated through the fingertips onto paper. New technology now makes it possible for us to translate our ideas directly onto computers.
Dr. M M Kariappa