Wednesday, July 25, 2007


The school has a reputation for producing excellent marketing and finance graduates . It is situated in the beautiful and vibrant North and South Campus of the University of Delhi. FMS has exchange programmes and collaborative arrangements with leading industrial and business houses, management institutions and professional associations in India and abroad. It is the founder member of the Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) and is working towards regional cooperation in management education and development in the spirit of SAARC. FMS is also one of the participating institutions in the India-EEC Exchange and Co-operation Programme for Management Professors. The various programmes offered by FMS are

  • MBA (Full Time) - 90 seats with 9 additional seats for foreign students
  • MBA (Management of Services - Full Time) - This programme started in 2004 has 40 seats with 4 additional seats for foreign students
  • MBA(Part Time) - 140 seats for candidates having a minimum of three year work experience
  • MBA(Health Care Administration - Part Time ) - 15 seats for practicing doctors
  • Doctoral Programmes which lead to a P.hD by University of Delhi

In addition to all these programmes, FMS also conducts Management Development Programmes.
Placements 2005 was a resounding success at FMS, and was an affirmation of the faith of the corporate world in the ability and quality of the FMS students, faculty and fraternity. It could not have been a more eventful placement season at the institute which is celebrating its golden jubilee and as always FMS kept its appointment with excellent placements.

FMS has traditionally had the best placements in the country with respect to choice of jobs on offer for candidates and is usually insulated from downturns in the economy; but the economic boom this time has probably ensured the best ever placements for the campus. FMS, with an optimum batch size of 90, prides itself on having a student friendly placement process, managed by students with most candidates bagging a job of their choice.

"FMS has always had equitable placements across sectors, a sign of a mature and evolved process, without heavy dependence on a particular sector. The placements across sectors and multiple offers this year is an indication of the quality of students in FMS and reputation the institute has in the country," says Dr. Madhu Vij, Professor in Charge , Placements. More than 40% of the batch had an offer in hand even before the placement day through a PPO or a lateral offer.

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