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Institute: FORE School of Management, Delhi

FORE School of Management is located in Qutab Institutional Area in Delhi. The institute was set up under Foundation for Organizational Research and Education (FORE) in 1981. The B-school has announced its admissions criteria for PGDM students of batch 2016-18. The last date to apply is December 15, 2015.

Programme: Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) and PGDM- IB 

Fee: For PGDM- Rs.11, 00,000

Eligibility: The candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree with minimum 50% marks in aggregate of all the subjects from a recognized university. Candidates must also have valid scores of either CAT-2015/XAT-2016 or GMAT (the score should be of a date on or after January 1, 2014) for admission to the PGDM and PGDM-IB courses.

 

Application Process: For online application submission candidates need to pay Rs.1650/- either through net banking/credit/debit card or Demand Draft. On successful payment, a system generated e-mail will be sent to the registered email id of the candidate. This completes the application process for the candidate.

 

Selection Procedure: FORE School has announced a few changes in its selection process. The changes are mentioned below,

  • There will be no Group Discussion as a part of selection procedure from 2016 admissions onwards. Selection will have a separate component on General Awareness and carry a weight of 5% in the selection. The Personal Interview will be in-depth and the weight increased from the present 15% to 20%. The weight for Written Ability Test (WAT) shall remain unchanged. The other components of the selection process will be CAT/XAT/GMAT score, academic performance, and work experience.

  • To promote diversity, a weight of 5%, over and above will be given for applicants from Jammu & Kashmir, the North Eastern States (namely Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim) and the states of Southern India (namely Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Telengana).

Below table shows the components and weight age of the selection process:

Component

Weightage

CAT/XAT/GMAT Scores

40%

Academic Performance

15%

Written Ability Test

10%

General Awareness

5%

Personal Interview

20%

Work Experience

10%

Diversity

5%

Address: FORE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT

“Adhitam Kendra”, B-18, Qutub Institutional Area,

New Delhi - 110 016 (India)
Phone: +91-11-41242424 to 33

Stay tuned to www.bschool.careers360.com for more news and updates

 

First published on November 16, 2015.

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Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 5th Dec, 2019

hi,

fore school of management is one of the pioneer institute in india, according to NIRF the colleges ranks 34th position among mba colleges in india. for mba admission cat/xat or gmat score is excepted. however cutoff score changes every year and it also depends on questions difficulty level, number of participants etc, however for cat/xat you need to get more than 85 percentile, for gmat 600+ score is a good score to get calls.

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how is fore school of management,new Delhi

Aditya kumar Student Expert 3rd Nov, 2019
Hello there!

Greetings!

The FORE School of Management which is popularly known as FORE, is simply great , it is a premier management institute which is located in New Delhi, India. FORE stands for 'Foundation for Organizational Research and Education'. It was established in 1981. Placements are excellent here. Average package is 10 lakhs per annum for Management and business administration. Although its campus is small but teaching methodology is great and you will get good industry exposure as well. For detailed information go through :- https://www.careers360.com/colleges/fore-school-of-management-delhi/reviews


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How good is Executive PGDM in this job market? FSM has just started it this year,Is it recommended to opt it this year? During final placements is it mandatory to mention past package drawn? Is the package depends on the previous package drawn?

Tamajit Student Expert 19th Oct, 2019

Hi Ravi,

The Executive Post Graduate Management course or the PGDM is currently the best one year full time management course that is offered by some of the best Business schools for business and corporate executives who want to learn more about the industry.

With the induction of one year PGDM course at FMS, Delhi it is surely supposed to attract the talented executives who want to learn so much about the industry but lack the finances to do so.

It is mandatory to have a past work experience certificate to join the course as this course is for working executives only and thus during the placements it is essential to produce the last pay package that they were offered at their last place of employment as it helps the employers get an idea of the person before the PGDM course and where his/ her current stand is and thus it somewhat affects the future pay package that is supposed to be offered during placements to some extent. But rest assured that if your are academic, smart and bold during the tenure of the course then you are most definitely to get a lucrative pay package.

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Is hostel include in college fees

Yashika Notnani 23rd Jun, 2019

No.

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.

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I want to admiss for iim. So please guide me who is the best college for me iims,fsm and jbism.

Shravan Hari 11th Feb, 2019

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 !!! 

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