Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi was established in 1954 as the first institute in India to offer management training for professional managers. FMS has built its reputation with a practical approach of teaching theory grounded in real-world application.
FMS has the unique privilege to be part of one of the premier universities world – the University of Delhi - with some of the finest departments in Economics, Law, Sociology, Commerce and Operations Research. The collaborative approach of FMS Delhi involves inputs from various DU departments which gives the benefit of a much wider view and deeper understanding. Some of the classes of FMS Delhi are held in its DU North Campus facility while others are conducted at the FMS centre (S.P. Jain Management Centre), which is situated in the South Campus of Delhi University.
Its pedagogy combines fieldwork, case studies and instrumented feedback with a strong emphasis on concepts and theory. The intent is to encourage intellectual curiosity and open minds to the adventure of ideas.
FMS has an extensive network of more than 10,000 alumni who are leaders in industries & governments across the world. Thus, students of FMS Delhi gives students unmatched access to information, mentors and careers.
The annual intake of full-time MBA at FMS Delhi is 226. It accepts 232 students for part-time MBA programme, 37 students for MBA in Health Care Administration which is a part-time programme, and 30 students for its PhD programme.To know more about Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi, please visit their website at http://www.fms.edu, where you can check news update, application form, exam dates, admit cards, placement drive dates, and more other important details. Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), Delhi is well known college/university among students these days.
Currently Prof. Raj S Dhankar is the Dean of FMS, Delhi.
There are about 33 full-time faculty members at Faculty of Management Studies.
At present, first year batch at FMS has a strength of about 227 students.
So, we can safely say that the student-faculty ratio at FMS is about 6.9:1.
Notable Faculty members at FMS Delhi include:
- Prof. Raj Dhankar (Dean) - Recipient of Common Wealth Scholarship and Post-Doctoral Studies Scholarship for higher studies in USA by Government of India
- Dr. Harsh V Verma – Penned several books on Marketing and Brand Management, including one on Business Studies for NCERT
- Dr. Mala Sinha - Research interests include application of Vedanta, Zen, Taoism and Sufism in Organizational Excellence
- Prof. Raghav Gaiha - Visiting fellow at Cambridge, Harvard, Yale, Stanford, U-Penn and MIT.
- Dr. Madhu Vij
- Prof. Simrit Kaur - Published papers in the areas of privatisation, disinvestment and public regulation to her credit. In her professional capacity she has provided consultancy to various national and multinational companies.
In the past, there has been ex-dean Kuriakose Mankoottam, Prof. J K Mitra, Prof. A S Narag. Current faculty mein you can mention Prof. Simrit Kaur too.
- Computer centre equipped with 200 computers, 256kbps leased line connectivity, video conferencing facility and business analysis, portfolio management softwares etc.
- Hostel accommodation is available to MBA and MBA-MS students based on the admission procedure.
For Men Only
- V. K. R. V. Rao Hostel, University of Delhi-110007 (60 seats for FMS).
- The Provost, Gwyer Hall, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.
- The Provost, Jubilee Hall, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.
- The Provost, International Student's House, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.
- The Provost, Mansarowar Hostel, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.
- The Provost, P. G. Men's Hostel, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.
For Women Only
- The Provost, University Hostel for Women, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.
- The Provost, Meghdoot Hostel, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007.
- The Provost, Geetanjali Hostel, University of Delhi, South Campus, Benito Juarez Road, New Delhi-110021.
- Library is air-conditioned and houses over 50000 books and 100 journals. The students also have access to Ratan Tata library’ 2,00,000 books and over 1000 journals.
- SP Jain Advanced Management Research Centre aimed at organizing conferences and seminars, promoting management research etc.
Fests and other events:
Connexion: Connexion is the annual start-up fair started in 2009. It saw several companies visiting the campus to share their dreams, visions and live projects with students. The firms get several credible market researches, analysis and knowledge input from the students.
Fiesta: The annual festival of FMS Delhi – Fiesta - includes a plethora of events like case studies, marketing tasks, business quizzes, b-plans and several fun activities. It sees participation from the top b-schools in India and its experienced judges are from best in class companies in each domain. There are exciting prizes to be won at the two day extravaganza.
- Finsoc & Fineese
- Marksoc & Markit
- Praxis & Persona
- Consulting Club & Synopsis
- Syssoc & Synopsys
- FMS Alumni Association & The Nostalgia Committee
- Sports Society & Sparks
- Media Relations
- FMS Scholastic Council
- Fiesta etc
Options outside campus:
Delhi is the Capital of India. Whether you want to go to museums, markets, malls, or historical monuments, there is no dearth of opportunities in the city. But FMS students mostly hang out at the popular eating joints of the Kamla Nagar market, including Barista, Café Coffee Day, and MacD.
The placement report of FMS Delhi is as follows:
- Numbers of PPO+PPI, Laterals and Final offers: The students bagged a total of 48 PPOs based on their performance in summer internships.
- Number of international placements: The international postings were offered by Deloitte for USA S&O, Jumbo Electronics and Olam International in Domains of Marketing, Operations and General Management.
- Salary Statistics i.e. Minimum, Average and Maximum amounts: The average salary stood at 16.34 lpa, an increase of 6.1% over last year.
- Largest recruiter on campus: Accenture Management Consulting was the biggest recruiter in the domain with 8 offers. ITC made largest number of offers in Marketing, 7 in number, Citibank and Desutsche led the finance group with 6 offers each.
- Number of participating companies: The final placements at FMS Delhi saw participation from more than 100 companies with 96 companies making offers. This included 26 new recruiters hiring from campus apart from the regular recruiters.
- Other facts: Out of a total batch of 227 students, 2 opted out and chose to work for RBI.
Sector-wise break up
Even in these tough economic conditions, FMS re-affirms its status as the â??Marketing Campusâ? of the country with Marketing contributing the largest number of offers (41%). Also, Finance companies made a significant portion of the pie with 26% of the offers. This was closely followed by Consulting and General Management (21%) and Operations/IT/HR (12%).