The placement process at FMS Delhi for the academic year 2014-16 was concluded in two parts. Total 210 students participated in the process and were recruited by 80 companies across domains. This year the average salary increased by 20%, and the median CTC increased by 21%, according to the placement officials.The two parts of the process were- the lateral process and the final placement process. Students with more than 18 months of work experience prior to their MBA participated in the lateral placement process in December 2015, whereas, the final placement process was for the remaining students which was held in January 2016.
Out of the batch size of 223, 210 students registered for the placement process. The number of PPO’s accepted by students was 54. Consulting emerged as the most preferred with 26% of the batch opting for roles under this domain.
-Median CTC rose by 21% to 20 lakhs
- Average CTC rose by 20% to 20.5 lakhs
- 30% increase in the number of offers in Finance/BFSI sector from 2015
- 15% of finance roles offered in FrontâEnd Investment Banking
- 26% of batch placed in Consulting roles
- 25% increase in number of PPOs accepted
Largest recruiters in the FMS Delhi placement process included EY with 13 offers in Consulting, Accenture with 9 offers in Strategy, Star India with 8 offers, ITC and M.H Alshaya with 7 offers each.
Sales & Marketing
Apart from winning corporate competitions like HUL L.I.M.E. and Nestle 4Ps Challenger, placements at FMS are a testament to why the college is colloquially known as the “Marketing Campus of the Country”. Companies that recruited from FMS for Sales/Marketing roles were Adobe, Alshaya, Asian Paints, Bajaj, BCCL, Casio, Coca-Cola, Dr. Reddy’s, Emami, Future Group, GAIL, Hindustan Coca--âCola Beverages, Heinz, HT Media, HUL, ITC, Lava, Microsoft, Nestle, PepsiCo, Philips, RB, Star, Tata Sky, Tata Steel, Trident Group and Vodafone
Accenture Strategy, BCG, Deloitte S&O, EY Consulting, FTI Consulting and PwC-PRTM recruited a total of 32 students from FMS. 26% of the batch got placed in consulting roles. Companies that recruited from FMS for roles in consulting/general management were Accenture Strategy, Airtel, BCG, Capgemini, Cognizant, Concentrix, Deloitte S&O, EY Consulting, FTI Consulting, GE, Hinduja Group, Hinduja Tech, KPMG, Mahindra & Mahindra, Olam International, PwC--âPRTM, Positive Moves Consulting, Reliance Industries Limited, RPGGroup, Tata Administrative Services and Telenor.
Over the past few years, FMS has seen a great increase in the number of people interested in Finance as a specialization. This year, FMS saw a 30% increase in the number of roles in Finance offered to students in comparison to last year. With offers from Avendus Capital, Morgan Stanley and Spark Capital, Front- End Investment Banking roles accounted for 15% of all roles offered in Finance. FMCGs/FMCDs like Colgate, Palmolive, PepsiCo, Airtel and Vodafone also recruited for roles in Corporate Finance.
Companies that recruited from FMS for roles in E--âCommerce/IT/Operations were Amazon, Carzonrent, Dazzlo, Flipkart, HCL, Hexaware, IBM, PayTm, ShopClues, Times Internet, Tolexo, Uber, VMock, and Wipro. Amazon recruited for coveted roles in product management and program management. Uber recruited for the highly sought after operations profile.
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see the eligibility criteria for fms delhi for admission process of mba is candidate need to pass a bachelors degree of atleast 3 years after 10+2 course. the graduation marks croteria for general candidate is 50% minimum marks in graduation. for obc/pwd it is 45%, for sc/st only passing score required. in fms delhi shortlisting of candidates is based on cat score percentile. there is separate sectional score weightage is calculated as given below:
Quantitative Ability (QA) -30% score weightage
Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)- 30% score weightage
Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning (VARC)-- 40% score weightage
after calculating of three section more than 95 percentile score holder is shortlisted for interview process. so target to get more than 95 percentile in cat exam scoring good in all three sections.
FMS Delhi usually has the highest cut offs for its 200 seat intake. The selection process includes 3 stage method. They are:
Group Discussion and Personal Interview
The final selections is based on the cumulative performance in the CAT exam, Group Discussion and personal Interview. The basic eligibility criteria remains 50% aggregate for General Category in Graduation and 45% for Reserved Categories or equivalent CGPA from any recognised University. The percentiles in CAT are considered for the further rounds. In 2018, the weightage given for various sections of CAT have been as follows:
An additional 3 marks are added to the Composite score in case of women for shortlisting. This score is used only for shortlisting Candidates for Personal Interview. The weightage for Final selection is as follows:
Personal Interview: 15%
CAT score: 60%
Group Discussion: 10%
10th marks: 5%
12th marks: 5%
An additional 3 marks of the maximum aggregate will be added to the women candidates who have attended the Interview. Now with all this process, the cut offs is an important issue to be discussed. Previously FMS used to consider overall CAT score for shortlisting. However since the past 2 years, FMS has been giving sectional preference and weightage. VARC occupies the top position with 40% weightage. A Candidate with at least 97 sectional weightage will be shortlisted at FMS. So it is important to focus more on VARC section while not leaving other sections. Higher cut offs are due to the intensity of the competition at FMS, Delhi. Their placements speak for themselves. FMS, Delhi concluded 2018 placements with an average placement package of 22.60 Lakhs for Women Candidates. Out of a batch of 223 Students, 215 participated in Placements and all of them have been placed there by leaving FMS, Delhi at the top in 100% Placement Companies. Though 133 companies participated in Hiring process, 83 companies could make the recruitment offers.
Fees Structure: FMS has the most affordable fees structure with an annua tution fee of Rs. 10,480 per year. This is for Full time MBA and Ph.D programmes. For more information, please visit their page at:
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