The students’ work has tremendous promise and they’ve shown incredible creativity. While the students understand film making, they are urged to discover their talent areas and where their niche might be. This makes DSKIC different from other design schools. The talent level here is going to be world class and I think they will be our future film makers. I would like to tell the students to enjoy and make sure to balance work and play, because your creativity will be fostered by how much you are able to enjoy life outside of work.
Senior Production Executive
DreamWorks Animation, USA
I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the films that I’ve seen of the first batch as I’m aware of the difficulties one faces to produce the first film, especially when you start to discover this field of Animation. I am pleased to see the quality of the faculty here and the quality of animation and rendering that students have worked on. We have some of the best future graphic artists at DSKIC. The advantage this design school has is the kind of experience they possess in the education sector. My impression of the students here is they know the nuances of producing a film, which will help them in the professional world.
Cube Creative Computer Company, France
The nicest thing of this institute, besides the fact that it has an amazing curriculum that comes from RUBIKA (Supinfocom) France, is that here we are planning to slow cook the development process of creating a professional in the Animation world. I was impressed with the student’s work I saw, as it usually takes two or three batches for a school to really start creating what anyone would call a standard.
I think there’s an amazing amount of work that has gone into it. Behind that work there has been a lot of mentorship and experimentation. Especially with the first batch coming out is a good way to set the benchmark for what I would call education 2.0 in the Animation field.
The consistently great quality of the work from DSKIC RUBIKA (Supinfocom) has gained a fantastic reputation throughout the animation community in recent years. The artistic and technical merit of the graduation films produced by the students each year is a reflection of the excellence of their curriculum.
Head of International Outreach
DreamWorks Animation, USA
I’m quite impressed with the installation and work by the students here. A lot of importance is given to fundamentals, when it comes to all the artistic knowledge for animation. Most of the students already have a previous background in art and we see this in the work coming out of the school.
The school is very young and it has a way to go but clearly, for the first batch what we’ve seen is quite impressive and for sure they will be welcomed in the industry.
I’m very happy that DSK Group and Supinfocom have come together to create very high quality education in the field of Animation in India. It appears from the students’ work, there is a lot of passion. Some of the artwork I saw was mind blowing. I’m very happy that they all have a very strong 2D art background, because I feel if you have that foundation really well, it certainly helps to express it in any other medium that they choose to. Here you have a very focused attention in what the students want to achieve when they finish their course.
I think the students here are getting the best education and I highly recommend that more and more people understand how important it is to do focused, high quality education. I would say 50% of what I have seen goes to the faculty, because a lot of it is about guidance, how you educate them and how you motivate and inspire them.
Rhythm and Hues, India
I’m impressed by scale and energy of what people are trying to do here. Having met the student’s spirit and their positive energy, they cheer each other on and I hope it will continue in to the future. Productions are made, from different skilled people coming together to create a film and that’s what you can see, it is really nurtured here.
I love the real international spirit and the combination of east meets west. It’s really good that people have some prior education or experience in the industry and have come here to further focus on what they want to do next.
Head of HR
Double Negative Visual Effects, UK
I’m very glad and my eyes have opened and it’s heartening to see, the level of work done, the level of resources that are put, and quality of the faculty. Having been in the business for more than 30 years in India, and I am actually seeing something of this quality and type. The quality level remains constant within the institute, given that the level of teaching balances the skills of the students and it’s an interesting thing that every student seems to know what he/she wants to do, which is very heartening and this is a credit to the institution as well.
This indicates good mentoring. The students do various levels and various types of work, as opposed to just learning how to use a computer and how to press a few buttons..
TATA Elxsi, India
I’m very impressed with the campus and I think the school has huge potential, even though it’s the first batch graduating. I employ many graduates from RUBIKA (Supinfocom), France and I hope to see a lot of graduates coming from DSKIC too. The student’s work was very interesting, it’s quiet a range of work. I’m particularly impressed with the level of team work and the very high quality of work.
What makes DSK International Campus different? It’s surrounded by fields and farmland which influences the kind of work students do, many of the films references Indian locales, cultures, songs and of course the work can’t help but be influenced by the area where it’s produced..
This is my first visit to DSK International Campus, and I have seen a lot of interesting work by the students. I like the method of teaching followed by the school. I was pleasantly surprised that here you teach graphic as well as sculpting, drawing and students get to do a lot of hands on work which is very important for any computer graphics artist. The level of work that student’s showcased today were amazing.
pH studio Inc., Japan