Faculty of Management Studies, New Delhi is one of the leading management schools in India that was established in the year 1954. The institute is accredited by A.I.C.T.E (Govt. of India). It offers excellent job oriented Management programme to those students who want to make Business Management as their profession in future.
Being one of the oldest B-schools, the institute offers three years part time Master programme of Business Administration i.e. MBA. The course is divided into six semesters that deal with the specialization in different branches of management and skills, techniques to overcome the challenges that rise in today’s corporate world.
Admission to M.B.A. (Full-Time) and Ph.D. Programmes will be based on Personal interview, Group discussion and CAT-2012 score (Common Admission Test conducted by Indian Institutes of Management during October 11, 2012 to November 06, 2012).
Applicants may visit www.catiim.in for appearing in the Common Admission Test (CAT) 2012. Applicants who have not taken CAT-2012 will not be considered for admission. At least 50 percentile score in each section of the CAT-2012 is required by a candidate to qualify for being short-listed in GD/or Interview.
Admission policy and registration for MBA-Executive and MBA-Executive HCA (Evening Programmes) for the academic year 2012 is as given below:
Applicants can register themselves for admission to MBA-Executive and MBA-Executive Health Care Administration programmes by filling up application forms available online and by paying the requisite fee of Rs.1000/- for General, OBC and CW (Rs. 350/- for SC/ST/PH category) for each programme, during September 12 to December 14, 2012.
The candidates are required to produce their original certificates and marks sheets at the time of the interview.
Faculty of Management Studies is located in New Delhi. The campus is sprawled over a huge area that has many buildings and block. The infrastructure of the college has been well accorded with all the modern facilities.
Faculty of Management Studies, New Delhi has their own placement cell that is looked by the concerned officer. This concerned officer acts as a link between institutes and corporate houses. The placement cell helps the academics bright students to sharpen their practical skill by giving proper training and placements through campus selection such that they can take their first step towards success.
New Delhi, Delhi