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Placements are comparable with the top IIMs in the country. You can find the placement reports on InsideIIM, College Dunia and many such portals. Students get a 100% placement and profiles are offered for all the domains - Finance, Marketing, Operations, IT, etc.
Good Placements, Good Student Group, Great Legacy and Good Return on Investment. It is a student-run campus in many ways and a lot of the activities are managed by students. The only bad aspect of the college is its campus size and lack of hostel facilities.
The highest salary package offered in the final placement process of FMS Delhi is INR 58.6 LPA and the average salary package offered is recorded to be INR 31 LPA. Some of the top recruiters are Aditya Birla Group, Adani Group, AIrtel, Amazon, Bajaj, Asian Paints, Avendus, Bain & Company, Bosch, Capgemini and Bank of America.
FMS Delhi provides a proper balance between studies and extracurricular activities and helps to groom the mental outlook of students. FMS Delhi focuses on experiential learning and conducts programs and workshops to enhance the knowledge of students.
The placements at FMS Delhi is conducted in two stages, i.e, Lateral and Final placement phase in which FMS recorded 100% placements wherein 84 companies provided 228 placement offers to the students. This year, the institute has witnessed a slight rise in the salary packages where the average salary went up to INR. 26.4 LPA in 2021 from INR. 25.6 LPA in 2020 last year. The highest CTC was recorded at INR 58.8 LPA and the average CTC stood at INR 26.4 LPA.
Good: One of the premiere and prominent institute, 100% Placements records, Global Rankings, Sustainable Student Environment, Great Senior and Junior relationship and Merit based admissions, International collaborations with more 7 management institutes. Bad: Competency, Partiality, and Pressures. Admission process: Admissions at FMS Delhi is done based on candidates performance in various parameters such as CAT scores, Marks secured in 10th and 12th, Extempore, Group Discussions, followed by the personal interview process. Students must meet the requisite FMS cutoff to be eligible for admissions into MBA.
1st semester: Summer placements within first two months itself. First, sem is the most hectic. Final and Lateral placements: usually after the 3rd semester. Highest Package was around 58 Lakh with average CTC of 25 Lakh. Summer placements average at around 1.2 Lakh per month (2.4 Lakh for the two-month duration).
Top-ranked MBA college in India with excellent ROI, purely merit-based admission process, you get to study from the top professors in the country with the best peer group as a batch. A student managed campus experiences prepare for the corporate experience very well. It's a unique MBA college where there is actual teamwork that is absolutely rare in any MBA college in the world, not Man eat mat world that is a trademark of every other MBA colleges.
Placement of FMS is like the cherry on the top. The quality education is rewarded with great placements as 90% of batch getting annual CTC of 20+ LPA. Good Industrial relations, quality performance of our alums in corporates motivates companies to hire new business leaders from FMS.
One of the Best B.school with an amazing location with a great set of peer group makes it unique. Where B schools are asking for too much fee, FMS provides top-quality education with a minimal fee. There is only one drawback of this college is the limited infrastructure but that is not much of a concern as the MSA, a student body of FMS provides ample opportunity to grow oneself so that one can't much think of infrastructure. The admission process consists of the following steps: Application for CAT, Application for FMS, Shortlist based on CAT Score (40 % for VARC, 30% each for LRDI and Quants). Interview (Extempore, Interview) Final shortlist ( CAT + Interview + 10/12 Percentage).
The course comprises of 4 semesters, 2 semesters each year. This is unlike IIMs which have 6 trimesters in 2 years or 3 trimesters each year. Each semester has 8 courses, thus totalling 32 courses over the span of 4 semesters. The faculty are about 20 in number while the number of full-time MBA students (1st & 2nd year included) is about 500. In addition, there are executive MBA, part-time MBA as well as PhD students. So, the faculty: student ratio is likely to be 1:30 to 1:35. Though there is a relatively smaller number of faculty members, all are top-notch and highly qualified professors holding PhD degrees and the teaching methods are in line with standard practice and sufficient to impart good knowledge of the courses.
The main reason for selecting FMS: Excellent placement statistics historically. Very low fees, at Rs 2.5 lakh for the entire course, which is much lesser than the 23 lakhs charged by the top IIMs. Located at a prime location in Delhi, making it easy to travel to home and back to college. That being said, there were some tradeoffs: The infrastructure is minimal. But considering it is the MBA course, it really does not need playgrounds, labs etc and hence the trade-off is justified for the low fees. No hostel facilities. This is not an issue during Covid19 pandemic learn-from-home situation but can cause inconveniences in commuting when one has to be physically present. MBA being a professional course is mainly pursued as a means of gaining a better career. There is no deficiency caused due to limited infrastructure. So, the extra infrastructure in other top colleges is not worth paying an extra 20 lakh. Overall, FMS is what I found as the best college for MBA due to its ROI & brand.
For the Batch of 2018, the average salary was INR 21.1 LPA while the on-campus was INR 54 LPA. Out of a Total 223 students, 215 Students appeared for final placements while 8 students opted for a placement holiday (these students may return to the campus within the next two years and sit for the placements, in case their start-up does not work out well). The average salary for the Top 100 students of the Batch was INR 26 LPA.
FMS offers one the best ROI among B-Schools in India. Considering the average package offered during final placement which is somewhere around 20–25 lac, you’ll be paying 2 lacs fee for two years. This reduces the stress and EMIs burden which is almost impossible to get away with other top management schools. Small batch size attracts multiple offers and almost every student get placed without any hustle.
24lacs pa average package. Internships at 1lakh per month. 100% placement is shown on the books with various fame recruiters visiting campus like Morgan Stanley, ITC, Myntra, Amazon, Flipkart etc. PPOs offers are on the higher side.
Experienced faculties, good placements, great ROI. Bad thing:- small campus. Admission process:- Give CAT, Score more than 99%. Then you have to go through the GDPI and Extempore process. Reason of preferring:- Great ROI, Good Alumnus Base.
FMS carries its placements track record as a badge of honour. Both the average and median placement is upward of 25 lakhs which consistently places it in the top 3 colleges of the country. Every company that you wish for which hires MBA graduates in India will visit FMS. Hence there is an ocean of opportunity present, the only limiting factor will be the size of your bucket :).
In this times of peril where the future is uncertain, Fms provides the safest opportunity where you can also acquire one of the best MBA education in the country and that too at the lowest cost, hence making it the best college in the country with respect to ROI (Return on Investment).
Placements are really good and one of the best in the country. A good number of roles are offered in marketing, consulting, prodman, ops domains. Some of the top recruiters are Bain, BCG, Amazon, Morgan Stanley, Media.net, Loreal, Microsoft, Google etc. Almost all of the batch gets placed with good offers. The average package for the 2018-2020 batch was 25.6 LPA.
FMS is one of the top 5 B-schools in India and the best B-school in terms of ROI probably in the world with smaller batch size, the learning experience is better and the peer group is great. The only shortcoming is the small campus but the Delhi University north campus feels like an extension to it and it is beautiful. Being in the heart of the national capital, there are a lot of benefits of studying here.
Aditya Bartakke, VIT Mumbai ex-student converted FMS Delhi with 98.49 CAT score. He has been a good student throughout his academic career with an average score of 80%. In the below-mentioned excerpt, Aditya talks about his story and how he gained the attention of the P
Shruti Kumari, current student at FMS Delhi, shared her MBA admission journey. She described her insights, how she converted FMS Delhi and turned her dreams true. She has a prior 1 year of work experience and cleared the CAT with 3 months of preparation. She scored 97.
Nihal Shahare, former engineering student from COEP Pune with 5.79 CGPA in graduation and 90.55% & 79.08 percent marks in class 10th and class 12th respectively, discussed the highlights of FMS Delhi MBA admission. Being a fresher and engineering student, he shared his detail
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