Faculty of Management Studies or FMS, is one of the leading management institute in India. It was established in the year 1954 under University of Delhi, the Institute has a record for producing outstanding placements. It focuses on management education more than just business management. The commitment is thought leadership with a deep understanding of business. Read here to know more about the college.
FMS Shines again in Placement despite Economic Downfall
Date:February 18, 2020
The Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi has concluded the final placement process for the batch of 2018-20 with the highest CTC of 58.6 LPA. Despite the economic slowdown experienced in the country, the institute continued its rich legacy of achieving 100% placements with the highest ever average CTC of 25.6 LPA. The average package increased by 11% over the last year, and the median package stood at 23.4 LPA. The average CTC of the top offers stood at 31 LPA. There has been a 36% increase in the number of PPOs and a 42% increase in the number of consulting offers being made as compared to last year. For the first time, 75% of the offers were above 20 LPA with average CTC of top quartile at 37.3 LPA. The average CTC for women also increased to 26.2 LPA.
33% of the candidates got placed in Consulting, Strategy and General Management domain. Prominent recruiters offering roles in this domain were ABG, Accenture Strategy, Airtel, Bain & Company, Capgemini E.L.I.T.E, EY, Flipkart, Kearney, McKinsey & Company, Shell, TAS, and Xiaomi.
Continuing the trend of last few years, e-commerce companies recruited in large numbers from FMS. E-commerce giants offered coveted product and program management roles. The Operations/IT/E-commerce domain received 26% of the total offers from companies like Amazon, American Express, Cloudtail, Delhivery, Flipkart, Freshworks, Go-MMT, Infoedge, Microsoft and RBS.
Apart from legacy recruiters in the FMCG sector, sales/marketing roles were offered by the Pharmaceutical, Consumer Electronics, Retail, E-Commerce, Industrial Goods and Automobile sectors. A total of 24% of offers were offered in this domain with recruiters like Asian Paints, Coca Cola, Dr. Reddy’s, Google, HCCB, Hindustan Unilever Limited, ITC, Johnson & Johnson, Mondelez, Nestle, Reckitt Benckiser, Samsung, Tata Sky, Tolaram Group, and Vivo.
17% of the total offers were from the Banking, Financial Services & Insurance (BFSI) domain with roles being offered in Front end Investment Banking, Private Equity, Corporate Finance, Corporate Banking, Wealth Management, Treasury etc. The companies that took part in the process include Airtel, American Express, Avendus Capital, Bank of America, Barclays, Haitong Securities, HDFC IB, HSBC, Power Finance, and TIWPE amongst others.
As a part of Arthashastra Talk series, FMS hosted over 200 business leaders in the last year to facilitate a comprehensive learning curve for its students. This is truly reflected in the dominance of its students in the best and the most exclusive corporate competitions in the country.