About Us

One of the premier budding business schools designed in consultation with industry experts, business consultants and educationists. Smt Jayshree Sharadchandra Business School (JSKB School) of Information Technology Management has specializations in Business Intelligence, Data Analytics and Data Science at DES Mumbai Campus aims to reach students globally with on-site, internationally recognized post-degree programs. JSKB is equipped with:


   
  1. Industry collaboration
  2. Real world faculty and industry experts to deliver an up-to-date curriculum that fosters the spirit of innovative thinking in the workplace
  3. A dynamic campus in heart of Mumbai City.
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About DES

Deccan Education Society, Pune

Heritage of 134 years!


Deccan Education Society, Pune was established in 1884 and registered on 13th August 1885 and by four patriotic visionaries- Vishnu Shastri Chiplunkar, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Gopal Ganesh Agarkar and Mahadeo Ballal Namjoshi-who were already recognized as the pioneers of new education in India with the Launch of New English School in Pune in the year 1880. This was a revolutionary step, because in those days Government Institutions and Christian Missionaries were the only agencies involved in educating masses. Private enterprise in education was often discouraged. It was also pointed out by these Nationalists that there was no education available to generate leadership, for industrial regeneration of India, or for defense of the motherland that is education required by the people of a self - governing nation. It was the idea of filling these voids that the DES came in to existence. In the view of its founders, Education was the means of rousing-the intellect, the drooping will and the slumbering conscience of their fallen countrymen. They began with a modest aim of facilitating education at low costs by starting schools and colleges.



Bal Gangadhar Tilak


Mahadeo Ballal Namjoshi


Vishnushastri Chiplunkar


Gopal Ganesh Agarkar


Vamanrao Apte


In the year 1885, the renowned Fergusson College was started. In the year1919, DES established Willingdon College in The southern region of Maharashtra at Sangli on a 125 acre campus. Recognizing the need for commerce Education, the society started Brihan Maharashtra College of commerce in 1943 in followed by Chintamanarao College of Commerce in Sangli in 1960. In the year 1954, Kirti M Doongursee College was established in Mumbai. The Society entered in the field of technical education too with the launch of Technical Institute in Pune (1937).


DES pioneered the management education and started management institute viz. IMDR in 1974 at Pune and IMR at Sangli in 1996, the year 2003 witnessed addition of DES Law College and the year 2007 DES started Physiotherapy College. DES also runs an autonomous institute in the field of Vocational Training at Pune. With a view to imparting basic education, the Society has started many schools at various places in the state. The DES management is trying to expand its educational activities as per the requirements of the society in general, guided and aided by educationists, visionaries, philanthropists and ex-students, in order to pursue its goal 'Knowledge is Power'.


The DES Society adopted a democratic structure at a time when modern democratic practice was new in India. Teachers’ participation in academic and administrative matters is a unique feature of the DES institutions, which number 30 today. It became a model of the teacher-managed institutions in Maharashtra and symbolised PEOPLE’S OWN INITIATIVE in evolving Education as a means of national regeneration.


The Fergusson College was the first institution to win nationwide acclaim for its academic standards. Its students were imbued with a national spirit and liberal-democratic values. It has played a major role in shaping the social and developmental processes in Maharashtra. TILAK, AGARKAR, GOKHALE, KARVE and many others made a sterling contribution to different aspects of national endeavour. The traditions and values established by them continue to guide the affairs of the Society.


One of the main goals of the DE Society was to provide education to WIDER SECTIONS OF SOCIETY by making it cheap and affordable. The selfless work of the founding fathers always impressed and attracted philanthropists and through their generous contributions, several institutions with ample facilities came up.


Even today, the Society receives unsolicited donations from well-wishers in India and abroad. Fees in the institutions of the Society have always been moderate and people from other parts of the country invariably wonder, how huge institutions have been created without charging exorbitant fees. The Society always strove to integrate the Western scientific and rationalist traditions with the pluralistic culture of India and thus evolved its unique liberal-democratic values. “…by admitted and established traditions are meant such traditions as are implied in and connoted by the AGARKAR-GOKHALE-PARANJAPYE creed which mainly consists in steadily resisting all extremist and non-cooperation activities and in supporting all progressive social movements…”

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Founders

JSKB was founded in 2010 by Shri R.T.Pawar, Chairman LCM, Mumbai and Shri Sharadchandra Kothari. Shri Sharadchandra Kothari, contributed 5 crores for setting up an industry-academia driven business school. The business school is named after Smt. Jayshree Sharadchandra Kothari Business School, wife of Sharadchandraji Kothari.


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Governing Body


Chairman GB, DES Chairman
Shri Kiran Shaligram Nominee of the management
Shri Ravindra Pawar Nominee of the management
Shri Ram Nimbalkar Nominee of the management
Adv. Neel Helekar Nominee of the management
Dr. Dattatray Pawar Nominee of the management
Dr. Smt.Seema Purohit Nominee of the management
Prof. Anand Bhide Nominee of the management
Dr. Sachin Khedkar Nominee of the management
Director, WRC, AICTE, Mumbai Nominee of WRC, AICTE
Shri Anup Agarwal Nominee of the Regional Committee (An Industrialist/Technologist/Educationist)
Director DTE Nominated by State Government
Shri Shrirish Kedare Nominated by State Government (An Industrialist/Technologist/Educationist)
Principal/Director JSK B School Member Secretary
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Colleges/Institutes Under of DES


LIST OF COLLEGES AND YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT (AIDED)
1 Fergusson College, Pune 1885
2 Willingdon College, Sangli 1919
3 Brihan Maharashtra College of Commerce, Pune 1943
4 Kirti M. Doongursee College, Mumbai 1954
5 Chintamanrao College of Commerce, Sangli 1960
LIST OF COLLEGES AND YEAR OF ESTABLISHMENT (UNAIDED)
6 Technical Institute of Pune 1937
7 Institute of Management Development & Research 1974
8 Institute of Applied Research & Development in Agriculture 1982
9 Chintamanrao Institute of Management Development & Research 1995
10 DES Navalmal Firodia Law College, Pune 2004
11 DES Brijlal Jindal College of Physiotherapy, Pune 2007
12 DES Smt. Subhadra K. Jindal College of Nursing, Pune 2008
13 Navinchandra Mehta Institute of Technology and Development 2008
14 Rajashri Chhatrapati Shahu Maharaj Krishi Vyavasay Vyavsthapan Mahavidyalaya, Sangli 2009

Schools


List of Schools and year of establishment
Sr. No NAME ESTABLISHED IN
LIST OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS (AIDED)
1 New English School, Tilak Road, Pune 1880
2 New English School, Satara 1899
3 Dravid High School, Wai 1933
4 Ahilyadevi High School for Girls, Pune 1939
5 New English School, Ramanbag, Pune 1946
6 Shree Kantilal Purushottamdas Shaha Prashala (Marathi Medium), Sangli 2001
7 Shree Kantilal Purushottamdas Shaha Prashala (English Medium), Sangli 2001
LIST OF SECONDARY & HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS (UNAIDED)
1 DES Secondary School, Tilak Road, Pune 1991
2 Shree Kantilal Purushottamdas Shaha Prashala (English Medium), Sangli 2003
3 New English School, Ramanbag (Junior College Science), Pune 2008
4 English Medium Secondary School, Satara 2009
5 DES New English Medium Secondary School, Tilak Road, Pune 2011
6 Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar Guruji Vidyalaya, Tilak Road, Pune 2013
LIST OF SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR MANAGEMENT (AIDED)
1 Hindustan Antibiotics School (Marathi & English Medium), Pimpri, Pune 1965
LIST OF SECONDARY & HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR MANAGEMENT (UNAIDED)
1 Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers School, Kurul, Tal.Alibag 1981
LIST OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS (AIDED)
1 Navin Marathi Shala, Pune 1899
2 Navin Marathi Shala, Satara 1976
3 Shree Kantilal Purushottamdas Shaha Prashala (Marathi Medium), Sangli 1994
LIST OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS (UNAIDED)
1 DES Primary School, , Tilak Road, Pune 1985
2 Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar Guruji Vidyalaya, , Tilak Road, Pune 1985
3 Shree Kantilal Purushottamdas Shaha Prashala (English Medium), Sangli 1994
4 DES Primary School (English Medium), Satara 1999
5 Ramesh Garware School, Wai 2009
6 DES New English Medium Primary School, Tilak Road, Pune 2010
LIST OF PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR MANAGEMENT (AIDED)
1 Hindustan Antibiotics School (English & Marathi Medium), Pimpri, Pune 1965
LIST OF PRIMARY SCHOOL FOR MANAGEMENT (UNAIDED)
1 Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers School, Kurul, Tal.Alibag 1981
LIST OF PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOLS (UNAIDED)
1 Ny. Ranade Balak Mandir, Pune 1936
2 Balak Mandir, Satara 1976
3 Madhav Sadashiv Golwalkar Guruji Vidyalaya, Tilak Road, Pune 1985
4 DES Pre-Primary School (English Medium), Tilak Road, Pune 1985
5 Shree Kantilal Purushottamdas Shaha Prashala (Marathi Medium), Sangli 1994
6 Shree Kantilal Purushottamdas Shaha Prashala (English Medium), Sangli 1994
7 DES Pre-Primary School (English Medium), Satara 1999
8 English Medium School, Wai 2009
9 DES New English Medium Primary School, Tilak Road, Pune 2010
LIST OF PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOLS FOR MANAGEMENT (UNAIDED)
1 Hindustan Antibiotics School (English & Marathi Medium), Pimpri, Pune 1965
2 Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers School, Kurul, Tal.Alibag 1981

Institutes


List of Institutions and year of establishment
1 Jagannath Rathi Vocational Guidance & Training Institute 1987
2 Abhivyakti 2006
3 Navinchandra Mehta Institute of Technology & Development 2008
4 DES Fergusson Academic of Creative Sciences 2008
5 DES Fergusson Institute of Advanced Learning 2011
6 Fergusson Centre for Higher Studies 2012
7 DES Institute of Film and Television 2014
8 Smt. Jayshree Sharadchandra Kothari Business School 2018
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Our Faculty

Be influenced by our community of researchers, academicians, industry experts and leaders. Faculty forms the backbone of any educational institution. At JSK-Business School, we are particularly proud of our faculty’s dedication to research, teaching and academic excellence. Our faculties come from across the country, bringing with them a wealth of research and teaching experience.



Dr. Shruti Mantri

Director

DES-IBM and Cyber Security Consultant and Reasearcher

Prof. Dikshit Kothari

Asst. Professor

Financial Analyst

Prof. Priyanka Jinagouda

Asst. Professor

Freelance Consultant

Dr. Seema Purohit

Asst. Professor

Research Consultant, University of Mumbai

Mrs. Neeraj Kumar

Asst. Professor

Image Consultant

Mr. Sameer Saxena

Research Consultant

Industry Expert

Dr. Mahendra Gupta

Associate Professor


Dr. Ela Goyal

Associate Professor




Mr. Akshay Shah

Innovation Cell Advisor
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Philosophy


We believe in this fast-paced, rapidly changing world, individuals in business, academia, government, and non-profit organizations need convenient, accessible, superior-value educational opportunities. Only by utilizing faculty possessing scholarly and professional qualifications, providing personal interaction with students, and effectively using technology, can we prepare students for success.


We can only realize our vision if all faculty and staff of the JSKB, with the support of our other stakeholders, are dedicated to innovation in courses, curricula, delivery methods, and services to students according to the students' needs. The success of the JSKB is contingent upon the ability of our faculty, staff, and students to apply newly-acquired knowledge to create value in their respective business, academic, government, and non-profit organizations in particular, and society as a whole.

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Principle

  1. Conduct all of our academic affairs with integrity.
  2. Be committed to the Deccan Education Society’s vision, mission, philosophy, and principles.
  3. Stay focused on, and anticipate the needs of our constituents so we can prepare our students to be "shapers" of our society, not mere "reactors."
  4. Set high expectations for ourselves and demonstrate initiative, judgment, flexibility, and teamwork so we may fulfil our mission and vision.
  5. Have a compelling desire to advance the knowledge of how organizations function, and apply this knowledge so that developing creative solutions is a major focus of life.
  6. Have the vision, creativity, openness, and receptivity to challenge the status quo, to create learning and change, and view our role in the JSKB part of a dynamic process rather than a set of static, fixed relationships with related tasks.
  7. Constantly try to understand the contributions we can make to the vision and mission of the organization, and seek to contribute where there is a clear, comparative advantage.
  8. Believe that lifelong learning, and the application of that learning, greatly enhances society.
  9. Be culturally mature and demonstrate a strong appreciation for diversity and the richness it brings to life and learning.
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Vision


Smt. Jayshree Sharadchandra Kothari Business School of Information Technology Management is a worldwide provider of academic, professional, and practical education for individuals in the field of business, academia, government, and non-profit organizations. With a recognized reputation for quality, the JSKBS corporate relationships and modern technology provide superior real-world learning experiences for students.




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Our Mission

The mission of the JSKB is to advance the intellectual and career development of our diverse community of students. To fulfil this mission, we:

   
  1. Partner with industry to offer specialization in business intelligence, data analytics and data science, entrepreneurial and experiential learning.
  2. Build student leadership skills in a global context.
  3. Emphasize critical thinking, corporate social responsibility, and ethical decision-making.
  4. Deliver accessible, innovative, relevant and student-centred learning.
  5. Capitalize on the business and research experience of our dedicated faculty.
  6. Leverage the unique international and service economy of India.