It is true that we often miss out many important aspects that constitute a major part of learning when it comes to education and the place where we are studying. FORE school of Management is one such institute that has many sides to which you might be oblivious of. Let’s unlock some of its interesting facts.
1. A View that Soothes Eye
A mesmerizing view from the top of FORE school of Management will give you a glimpse of Qutub Minar, the tallest brick minaret in India.
2. No BUNKS in FSM Campus
FORE Campus is full of FUN but strict No to BUNKS. Sadly, it’s impossible to miss lectures in the institute due to strict attendance parameters.
3. Stay Safe with Khufiya Lane
If you are late for class, Khufiya Lane is a short cut way to attend the class without coming into the notice of college officials.
4. An Industrial Exposure that emulsifies Learning with Fun
An Industrial visit offered by the FORE school of Management, is a definite way to inculcate real management experience and it also promotes learning through fun.
A thoughtful initiative is taken by the institute to encourage leadership and build relationship between seniors and juniors. It is a month long mentor-mentee program wherein each junior is assigned a senior as his/ her mentor with the purpose of helping juniors to get familiar with the institution.
6. International Immersion Programme
FORE school of Management provides international educational tours to Hong Kong or Singapore, as a part of its International Programme. The main purpose is to provide them an international exposure and techniques of tackling international issues.
7. Group Adda @Laxman Dhaba
Laxman Dhaba is just opposite to the college which lets the students have delicious food in every break, they get between the lectures. A great place to enjoy and have fun with friends amidst the hectic college schedule!!!! If you are at Laxman Dhaba you must try the paranthas and chicken which are just lip-smacking.
8. A Step towards CSR Activity
The college conducts CSR activities like blood donation camp, planting trees, distributing clothes, and many other activities with a view to inculcate the value of social responsibility and social welfare. FSM also sends students to Mukteshwar in collaboration with TERI to interact with the villagers.
9. ‘Revolving Plaza’- the Best Place for Couple’s Date
If you go behind the reception area of FORE campus you will find a place which is known as ‘Revolving Plaza’. It is the most preferred and the best secret place for couples to have a great time together.
10. FORE TOASTMASTERS
The newly formed FORE Toastmasters Clubs provides a platform to enhance leadership and public speaking in an innovative way with new and exciting themes every week.
11. Full Masti @GENESIS Party
‘GENESIS’ is the biggest management-cultural festival in the country amongst prominent business schools which features a plethora of events, and fetches participation from students from all over the country. The best thing about ‘GENESIS’ is that almost the entire Delhi joins in the celebrations! ‘GENESIS’ represents real life situations and out of box events to explore creativity.
12. Chatter’s Spot
Students call this place “Chatters spot” which is basically a study room and the most sought-after place for group studies and playing Table Tennis.
13. VIRAJAM Auditorium
VIRAJAM Auditorium is a suitable place for fresher’s party, guest lectures, convocation programme, farewell functions, big events and any other cultural functions in the campus. It is located in the basement of the college.
14. Corporate Connection with ‘Anubhuti’ Session
FORE School of Management started an interactive session called ‘ANUBHUTI’ that connects students and the corporates with a view to provide insights on the latest trends and challenges of the corporate world.
15. Unorthodox Faculties and Unique Pedagogy
FORE school of Management is famous for its excellent quality of teaching offered by the well-informed and qualified faculties, who always strive to make learning interesting for students with their unique style of teaching.
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The hostel fees is never included in the college fees.
It is charged seperately.
The amount given in the college fees is only the amount of course you want to pursue.
Hi Shree, to get into any of the three colleges mentioned above, you need to strive hard and prepare well for the CAT exams. All the three colleges accept CAT Scores only.
The CAT exam consists of three sections namely,
1) Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension
2) Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning
3) Quantitative Ability
One needs to score more than 150/300 on a minimum scale to get 99+ percentile and a score of 130+ for a 95+ percentile and a score of around 105+ for 90+ percentile. However I have mentioned it on a raw analysis. It varies every year based on various criterias.
The top of all the three colleges is IIM and it has older, new, newer IIMs for which a minimum of 90 percentile is required.
The older IIMs like Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta expect around 98+ percentile, whereas Indore, Kozhikode and Kanpur expect around 96+ percentile. The new IIMs like Lucknow, Trichy etc. Expect around 93-94 percentile and the new ones like Jammu Kashmir expect around 88-90+ percentiles.
Next comes JBIMS, which is a top college in Mumbai domicile and top 10 colleges of India. They expect a CAT cutoff of 95+ percentile. It is the best Return of Investments colleges in India, wherein the fees is low amd placement is very high.
FORE is third of the list, which is a good college which expects a percentile of around 85+ in CAT exams.
CAT exam is one of the toughest exams, which not only requires hard work, but lot of practise and smart work to ace. A lot of mock exams need to be taken and good analysis needs to be done for the mock exams.
For IIMs you need to apply separately, you apply for them during the CAT application form filling itself. But for the other two colleges, you need to apply separately with the CAT scores.
After getting selected via CAT scores, you need to ace the GD-PI rounds of the respective colleges and the cummulative performance of all along with your academic scores and work experience, provide you admission to the colleges. All the best !!!
FORE School of Management is one of the leading Business School of country. For the batch 2017-19 average salary is INR 10.8 LPA and highest salary is INR 31 LPA. Check details: http://campusutra.com/ContentEventPlacements.aspx?id=3864&name=FORE-School-release-final-placement-data-for-the-batch-2019.-
Last year XAT Cut-off is 85.25 for PGDM & 80.20 for PGDM IB.
Last date to apply is January 22, 2019, 23:59 hours on Tuesday.
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