Delhi Productivity Council (DPC) was constituted in 1959 and it affiliated to the National Productivity Council and has extensive linkages with Asian Productivity Organization (Tokyo-Japan), and World Confederation of Productivity Science (Montreal-Canada). DPC Institute of Management has a beautiful campus which is spreaded on a 1 acre of land situated in Dwarka. The campus premises has spacious building with air conditioned lecture halls/seminars/syndicate rooms, library, conference halls, reading room and air conditioned computer center. The institute provides extra curricular activities for the all round development of the students. The institute conducts several training sessions on soft skills, etiquettes, presentation skills, personal grooming etc. Over the year the institute has been able to attract students from all over India even from far off states by providing quality management education to the students.
The Institute has a Placement Cell for providing assistance in Placement of the full-time students. The cell maintains a continuous contact with industrial concerns and other agencies. The cell is managed by a Placement Officer with assistance of Placement Committee consisting of faculty members and student representative. The cell also provides course counselling and acts as a channel of communication between prospective employers and students. Senior executives from industrial and business organizations and other agencies are invited to conduct campus interviews. The training programmes of the institute cater to the requirements of emerging managers and professionals. Consultancy occupies a prominent position in DPCIM''s spectrum of activities. It undertakes various market surveys, commodity studies and policy researches.
The wide spectrum of basic qualifications makes DPCIM a vibrantly growing Institute to ascend to higher peaks. It undertakes various market surveys, commodity studies and policy researches. The PGDM programme of DPC Institute of Management imparts latest knowledge, and sharpens the skills of the aspiring managers. The Institute has always attempted to have a conscious and judicious mix of classroom teaching and business world realism.