Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) of the University of Delhi has started the registration process for the academic session 2019-2021. The last date to register is 20th November.
FMS offers one of the best and oldest (inaugurated in 1954) Post Graduate degree courses in Business in India; the alumni are in positions of leadership in industries & governments across the world. It offers various courses, including Masters in Business Administration (MBA), MBA-Executive, Management Development and a Doctoral Programme.
The admission process is extremely selective, with only a small fraction of aspirants making the cut. For the MBA programme, the candidate’s 12th Grade results, Undergraduate Degree results and CAT 2018 (Common Admission Test) Scores are taken into account.
To encourage diversity of gender and discipline, different weightage will be given to the different sections of CAT. 30% will be given to Quant nd LRDI, while 40% will be given to VARC. 3 additional marks will be added to the composote score for female candidates for the purpose of shortlisting.
Students need to score atleast 50% marks in their 10th and 12th Board exams and sufficient marks in CAT. The weightage given to all the aspects is as follows:
1. CAT 2018 Score – 60%
2. Marks obtained in Class X – 5%
3. Marks obtained in Class XII – 5%
4. Group Discussion – 10%
5. Extempore – 5%
6. Personal Interview – 15%
Subsequently, the candidate undergoes a series of vigorous group discussions, extempores and personal interviews. There are 200 seats, 50% of which are reserved for students from SC, ST, OBC, PWD, CW and FS categories.,
All candidates are required to register using the online portal www.fms.edu. The direct link to the admissions page is https://fmsadmissions.com. The opening date for the same was 8th October 2018 and the closing date is 20th November 2018. The registration fee is INR 1000 for General Category students, and INR 350 for other categories. The application fee is to be paid online.
DU Beat wishes all FMS aspirants all the very best!
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