FMS, established in 1954 under the aegis of the Delhi University, is one of the oldest B-schools in India. FMS started of in the premises of the Delhi School of Economics. Later, the department of commerce of the Delhi College of Engineering (DCE), now the Delhi Technological University (DTU), was abolished and the Faculty of Management Studies was established. Currently, FMS offers the following programs:
For MBA - Full Time
For MBA Executive (Evening) and MBA Executive HCA
For Doctoral Program
Eligibility for MBA - Full Time
Eligibility for MBA - Executive (Evening)
Eligibility for MBA - Executive Health Care Administration
Eligibility for Doctoral Programme
There are 2 stages that a candidate goes through before getting selected for MBA Programme.
For the batch of 2018-20, following procedure will be used to grab a seat in the coveted MBA programme of FMS, University of Delhi:
Stage 1: Shortlisting of Candidates for Personal Interview
A composite score shall be computed giving weightages of 30%, 30%, and 40% to the scores of QA, DI-LR and VRC sections respectively as provided by the CAT Centre. An additional 3 marks shall be added to the Composite Score so computed in case of women candidates for the purpose of shortlisting.
Stage 2: Admission Merit List
For the shortlisted candidates, admission to MBA programme shall be based on Extempore Speech, Group Discussion, Personal Interview, Class X and XII marks and CAT 2017 scores as provided by CAT Centre. The following weight-system will be applied:
|CAT 2017 Score||60%|
|Class X marks||5%|
|Class XII marks||5%|
An additional 3% of the maximum aggregate marks shall be awarded to the women candidates who appear for the interview.
In the year 1991, FMS increased its seats for the MBA Program from 60 to 90. Later the seats were subsequently increased. Currently, for the 2017-19 batch, there are about 200 seats in the MBA program.
|MBA Executive (HCA)||20||06||03||10||39|
Note: Additionally, there are Supernumerary Seats for PWD and CW category candidates as per the rules of University of Delhi.
Extempore-PI Call Cutoff
For the admissions to the 2017-19 batch, FMS had shortlisted 2160 candidates for the Extempore-PI round. The break-down of the candidates called from each category is the following:
|Category||No. of Students|
The following table shows the Composite score for CAT 2016 and 2015 for an Extempore-PI call for the 2017-19 batch.
|Category||Composite Score 2017*||Composite Score 2016*|
*arrived at after awarding weightage to CAT sectional scores
The different categories of seats in MBA Full Time program are:
|ST||Other Backward Class, Non-creamy layer|
|CW-1||Widows/Wards of Defence Personnel killed in action|
|CW-2||Wards of serving personnel and ex-servicemen disabled in action|
|CW-3||Widows/Wards of Defence Personnel who died in peace time with death attributable to military service|
|CW-4||Wards of Defence Personnel disabled in peace time with disability attributable to military service|
|CW-5||Wards of Ex-Servicemen and Serving Personnel including Police Personnel who are in receipt of Gallantry Awards|
The most recently revised fees of FMS is tabulated below (as on May'17)
|MBA|| Rs. 10,480 per annum
(hostel fee excluded)
|MBA Executive||Rs. 50,000 per annum|
The following data portrays the diversity of the 2017-19 batch.
The graph gives a picture of the gender diversity in the 2017-19 batch of FMS. As evident, the batch is highly male dominated.
Graduation Background Diversity
The dominance of engineers in the batch of 2017-19 at FMS has been depicted below.
Work Experience Based Diversity
The placement process is conducted in two stages. The first is the laterals process where the firms interview the students with more than 18 months of work experience and offer them mid-level managerial positions. In the second stage the firms are grouped into clusters/cohorts and the students with no or less work experience participate in the process. In the final placements of the 2015-17 batch, the average compensation for the batch of 209 students was Rs. 20.6 LPA. The average compensation for the top 50% offers made was Rs. 26.4 LPA.
Final Placements of 2017 at a glance
|Total No. of Students Participating||209|
|Total No. of Companies||156|
|No. of Offers||224|
|Average Salary||20.6 LPA|
Companies from a host of different sectors and domain recruited students for a variety of functions and roles.
Domain-wise Classification - Class of 2015 - 2017
Pre-MBA Work Experience Statistics
As it can be seen from the above graph, the average CTC is highest for the candidates with 12-24 months of work experience.
Some more placement statistics:
The following graph maps the average CTC (in Rs. lakhs) of various sub-groups of the batch.
The summer placement for the batch of 2016-2018 was successfully completed. The batch of around 226 participating students was placed within 3.5 days. Over 75 companies made offers this year with around 23 first-time recruiters. Companies of different sectors hired candidates for a wide range of functions.
Summer Placement Highlights
|Total Batch Strength||226|
|Average Stipend||Rs. 78,112 per month|
|Highest Stipend||Rs. 1,50,000 per month|
Domain-wise Classification - Summer Placements - Class of 2016 - 2018
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