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FMS is known for its great Return of Investment. Its placements are comparable with the top IIMs in the country but with much lesser fees. The opportunities are available for all domains - be it Marketing, Finance, Operations, Technology, etc. The college is renowned for its Marketing Domain and is known as Mecca of Marketing.
FMS Delhi has the lowest fee structure comparing to other MBA Institutes in India. The total fee for the MBA Program is INR 40,000. Other charges like examination fees and library fees are collected apart from this.
The fee structure for 1 semester of the MBA programme at FMS Delhi is INR 48,000 which is comparatively lesser than other B schools. Since FMS Delhi is a government institute, there are various financial benefits and scholarships offered to the students. Several industry backed scholarships such as OPJEMS, and Aditya Birla Group Scholarships and merit based scholarships are offered. On the basis of student's performance, they're offered and awarded scholarships.
Fees have been hiked from this year to 96,000 per year, but that is peanuts compared to any other colleges in India. Ample scholarships are provided for meritorious students and need-based ones too. The placements are one of the if not the best in the country, Its the marketing Mecca of MBA colleges in India, but its other domains are very well recognized and placed easily.
Considering the fee component, FMS is the best B-School in India. One can pay a whole fee, just from the stipend offered in Summer Placements. The above line summarises how good Summer Placements are here and Return on Investment provided by FMS. The final placements are even better and mostly conclude in 2 days of final placements. Average Package lies in the range of the Mid 20s.
The fee is pretty low, amounting to Rs 48000 per semester, totalling about 1.92 lakh for the entire course. However, the fee doesn't cover the hostel facilities and we have to find our own accommodation. There are also additional exam fees for conducting an examination at the end of every semester amounting to about Rs 2000. In addition, there are MSA fees of Rs 30-35 thousand a year meant to be used for various student activities including maintenance of the various student-related infrastructure as well as placement related expenses. Overall, the fee comes to about Rs 2.5-2.6 lakh for the entire course. In addition, hostel/PG and food expense can add about Rs 20000 for 20 months of the course or 2.4 lakh. The overall expense will be in the range of Rs 5 lakh for the entire course. Considering the low fee structure, one does not need any financial scholarship or assistance, though there is some assistance available.
FMS doesn’t give much emphasis on your past academic records, 90% of total scores are within the hands of the students. And the best part, the institute don’t even consider graduation score (if you’ve screwed big time).
No further fee rise. The fee is only 2lakh for 2 years. The further cost can come from living outside most probably a 15000-20000per month. Easy availability of loan at a very cheap rate right from the campus itself. 24 lakhs per annum is an average package.
The fee is about 48000 per semester which is lowest in the country if you compare it with the other premier institutes. As this is purely a government college unlike other institutes, all the government schemes for the financial help are available for the students coming from different sects of the society. There are also various industry-backed scholarships which are given on several different set of aspects that a student has to offer. Such scholarships are usually merit-based. The Average placement is upwards of 25 lakhs per annum and the median placement is also around that mark. Which places it in the top 3 institutes of the country.
Per semester fees are around 42000. Apart from that, students have to pay around 20-30k for MSA funds each year. So, the final total expense comes out to be around 2 lakhs. Rent and mess expenses are not included in it. Placements are good for most of the domains.
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.
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