FMS, DU

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Written Exam: 
FMS written test
Website: 

http://www.fms.edu/

Recognition : 

AICTE.

As a founding member of the Association of Management Development Institutions of South Asia (AMDISA), FMS has a rich history of collaborations with institutions around the world.

ESADE, Barcelona, Spain
INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France
Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium
Manchester Business School, England
Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands
University Bielefeld, Germany
University of California, Berkeley, USA
University of California, Fullerton, USA
Wisconsin University, White Water, USA

Location: 
New Delhi
Contact Details: 
For admission details contact: admissions@fms.edu North Campus: The Administrative Officer Faculty of Management Studies University of Delhi, Delhi - 110 007 Tel: +91 11 2766 6382 / 6387 / 6388 South Campus: The Administrative Officer Faculty of Management Studies Shanti Prasad Jain Advanced Management Research Center University of Delhi South Campus Benito Juarez Road, Delhi - 110 021 Tel: +91 11 2687 5875 / 5879 Fax: 2687 5878
Courses
Special Programs: 

Healthcare industry is emerging as one of the promising sectors in the economy. An explosion of technology has occurred that will require managers to have a new set of skills, coupled with knowledge of traditional healthcare organizations. The educational programme in Health Care Administration was started in 1972 to impart the knowledge of basic as well as specific areas of management to professionals responsible for management of health care service. To meet the educational challenges of this rapidly evolving field, the Health Care Administrations (HCA) programme provides students with a managerial and technical foundation for careers in consulting, medical products, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, financial services, venture capital, health care systems, health plan management and insurance, associations and government.

The programme and the pedagogical techniques are designed to develop initiative, analytical ability, effective communication & problem solving during situations arising in health services organizations. The specific objectives of this programme are:

·To provide management education to medical professional and alike working in the field of health services administration.
·To equip executives concerned with health administration with up-to-date knowledge about management and to develop relevant skills and attitudes; and
·To prepare them to apply modern management techniques in managing health care services in the country

The intake in this programme is 15 students.

Eligibility Criteria

Every candidate seeking admission to the course shall have passed a Bachelors’ Degree Examination in Medicine of the University of Delhi or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
He/She should have at least five years’ experience in Hospital Administration after acquiring the Bachelors’ Degree in Medicine.
Five years’ experience shall be determined as on 1st August of the year of admission.
Candidate must be sponsored by his/her present employer.
Selection Procedure

Applications for admission to various programmes are invited through advertisements in major national newspapers in September/October every year. Application forms are distributed to interested candidates on payment of the application fees. The filled-in application forms are to be sent to the Administrative Officer, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 for further processing. Eligible candidates are be called for a written test and/or an interview.

The selection will be made on the basis of an interview. Only those candidates who satisfy the eligibility conditions will be called for an interview. The candidates will be required to produce original certificates and mark-sheets at the time of interview. The final list of candidates selected to the program will be announced after conducting all the interviews.

Fee Structure

The fee for various programmes is payable in three instalments every year. The approximate annual fee for the MBA programme is Rs. 11,000. The fee payable at the time of admission is approximately Rs. 6000.

 

Part Time Programme: 

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (PART TIME)

Healthcare industry is emerging as one of the promising sectors in the economy. An explosion of technology has occurred that will require managers to have a new set of skills, coupled with knowledge of traditional healthcare organizations. The educational programme in Health Care Administration was started in 1972 to impart the knowledge of basic as well as specific areas of management to professionals responsible for management of health care service. To meet the educational challenges of this rapidly evolving field, the Health Care Administrations (HCA) programme provides students with a managerial and technical foundation for careers in consulting, medical products, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, financial services, venture capital, health care systems, health plan management and insurance, associations and government.

The programme and the pedagogical techniques are designed to develop initiative, analytical ability, effective communication & problem solving during situations arising in health services organizations. The specific objectives of this programme are:

·To provide management education to medical professional and alike working in the field of health services administration.
·To equip executives concerned with health administration with up-to-date knowledge about management and to develop relevant skills and attitudes; and
·To prepare them to apply modern management techniques in managing health care services in the country

The intake in this programme is 15 students.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Every candidate seeking admission to the course shall have passed a Bachelors’ Degree Examination in Medicine of the University of Delhi or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto.
  • He/She should have at least five years’ experience in Hospital Administration after acquiring the Bachelors’ Degree in Medicine.
  • Five years’ experience shall be determined as on 1st August of the year of admission.
  • Candidate must be sponsored by his/her present employer.

Selection Procedure

Applications for admission to various programmes are invited through advertisements in major national newspapers in September/October every year. Application forms are distributed to interested candidates on payment of the application fees. The filled-in application forms are to be sent to the Administrative Officer, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 for further processing. Eligible candidates are be called for a written test and/or an interview.

The selection will be made on the basis of an interview. Only those candidates who satisfy the eligibility conditions will be called for an interview. The candidates will be required to produce original certificates and mark-sheets at the time of interview. The final list of candidates selected to the program will be announced after conducting all the interviews.

Fee Structure

The fee for various programmes is payable in three instalments every year. The approximate annual fee for the MBA programme is Rs. 11,000. The fee payable at the time of admission is approximately Rs. 6000.

Executive Program: 

DOCTORAL PROGRAMME

The main objective of the Doctoral Research in the Faculty of Management Studies is to encourage original work in different aspects of management and to develop scholars who go on to contribute towards its growth through teaching and research. The Industry as well as the various Government Agencies have approached the Faculty for carrying out research in specific problem areas.

The subjects covered include a wide variety of areas such as Growth & Behavior Patterns of Companies in India, Marketing, Financial, Human Resource and Organizational Dimensions of Modern Industry & Business.


Titles:

  • Capital Market efficiency and the performance of Indian Mutual Funds.
  • A Study of the applications, state of the art and organization of Marketing Research in India.
  • Stock markets in SAARC countries: A study of growth, development and efficiency.
  • TQM (Total Quality Management) in Indian organizations: An appraisal.
  • The knowledge of utilization capability as an enabler of architectural innovations in business process outsourcing.
  • Financial restructuring of the Indian corporate sector: A case study.
  • Management of human resources in the Ethiopian Civil Services: A critical study of its adequacy and effectiveness.
  • Framework of global strategy for comparative advantage: A study of the Home Appliance Industry.
  • Managing accidents and safety norms: A comparative study on Iranian and Indian Oil Industries.
  • Developing and managing Trauma Care Systems in a metropolis.
  • Financial sector reforms: Capital market efficiency and portfolio investments.
  • Developing a learning environment among semi-skill workers: A comparative study in India (National Capital Region and Congo Kirishasa).
  • Traditional leadership vis. E-leadership: Comparative analysis of business organizations.
  • A study of the role of performance management systems in attaining quality.
  • A critical analysis of Supply Chain Management practices in Indian industries
Full-Time Program: 

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (FULL TIME)

Each student comes to FMS with unique professional and personal reasons for pursuing a masters degree in business administration. You have two years to explore, to be bold, creative and learn as much as you can. The curriculum includes a range of courses that take advantage of new teaching methods and the reinforcement of basic skills and concepts. The first year comprises of core subjects. In the second year you take a decision to specialize in a particular discipline like Finance, Marketing or Systems. You can even decide upon a general management degree.

The intake of this programme is 90 participants (with additional 9 seats for international candidates).

Eligibility Criteria

1. Candidates applying for admission to the first year of MBA (Full-Time) Programme must have pursued at least a 3-year Bachelor’s Degree Programme after 12 years of formal schooling in any of the following disciplines. The minimum requisite percentage of marks in different disciplines is as follows :-

  • Arts, Commerce or Social Sciences - 50%
  • Sciences - 55%
  • Mathematics or Statistics - 60%
  • Medicine, Engineering or Technology - 60% / CGPA of at least 6.00 in a scale of 10.00

OR

  • Post Graduate Degree or 2nd Degree examination after 10+2+3 scheme, securing at least 60% marks.

Note : Candidates appearing for the final examination of Bachelor’s / Post Graduate Degree examinations may also apply.

2. Candidates must be 20 years of age as on 1st of October of the year of admission.

3. There is no reservation whatsoever for the graduates of Delhi university or the residents of Delhi.

Selection Procedure

Applications for admission to various programmes are invited through advertisements in major national newspapers in September/October every year. Application forms are distributed to interested candidates on payment of the application fees. The filled-in application forms are to be sent to the Administrative Officer, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007 for further processing. Eligible candidates are be called for a written test and/or an interview.

The eligible applicants will be called for a written test, and on the basis of their performance in the test, they will be called for an interview, an ex-tempore and a group discussion. The candidates will be required to produce their original certificates and mark-sheets at the time of the interview. The final list of candidates selected to the program will be announced after conducting all the interviews.

Reservations / Relaxations
a. 15% seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates
b. 7.5% seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates
c. 5% of the seats are reserved for Children/Widows/Wives of the officers and men of: 1. The armed forces including paramilitary personnel killed/disabled in action 2.The armed forces including paramilitary personnel who were killed/disabled while on duty
Note: The applicants belonging to the category (2) above will be considered only when seats remain vacant after all the candidates belonging to category (1) have been considered. In order to become eligible for the above concession,children/widows of officers and men of the armed forces including paramilitary personnel are required to produce Entitlement Card issued by the following: 1. Secretary, Kendriya Sainik Board, Delhi 2. Officer-In-Charge, Record Office 3. Secretary, Rajya/Zila Sainik Board 4. First Class Stipendiary Magistrate
d. 3% of the seats are reserved for candidates with physical disabilities (as per University of Delhi guidelines).

Relaxation of 5% marks in the minimum eligibility will be allowed to categories of all candidates in the reserved categories.

Fee Structure

The fee payable at the time of admission is Rs. 9950/-.

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - MANAGEMENT OF SERVICES (FULL TIME)

MBA (MS) is designed to create Excellence Leaders in the fast growing services sector. First of its kind, it is a regular full-time MBA programme geared towards fulfilling the needs of creating business leaders in:
• All professionally managed companies in the service sector with particular focus to MNCs who have entered India or are planning to enter India.
• Indian companies aiming to globalise their services
• Public systems undergoing privatisation and restructuring
• NGOs and professional bodies

In the initial years, the aim of the MBA (MS) is to attract a range of institutions looking for future leaders in the service sector primarily from:
• Financial services
• Health care services
• Information Technology Services
• Hospitality and Transportation Services
• Public Services

Identity of the Programme
The programme of MBA (MS) is one of the pioneering programmes in India offered by FMS at the South Campus - University of Delhi. Like other programmes of FMS (MBA-FT, MBA-PT, MBA- HCA and Doctoral Programmes), FMS as a whole is responsible for academic governance and delivery of this MBA (MS) programme. The Dean of FMS, who is the ex-officio Director of Shanti Prasad Jain Advanced Management Research Centre, will provide the overall academic leadership of the programme; the Professor-in-Charge of the South Campus Centre of FMS will be the administrative head for this programme.

Target Population: Applicants
• Bright students from any academic discipline, without any prejudice, having consistently superior academic record.
• No entry barrier for non-quantitative background students (test pattern of GMAT type) and a batch having a good balance of Engineers & Non-engineers.
• The programme should be naturally attractive for women and therefore a batch should have good balance of male and female participants.

Market for the Products of the Programme
All professionally managed companies in the service sector, particular focus to MNC companies who have recently entered or are planning to enter India.

Though the batch size is small allowing personal attention to each participant, the focus would be to place them in diverse companies, representing the widest range of the services sector possible.

Competitive Measures
No. of Applicants: 
40000
GD/PI Calls : Final: 
5 : 1
Infrastructure
IT Facility: 
<p><font color="#000000">At the FMS Information Technology Group, the intention to keep our institute at the forefront of technology applications in management education. This implies constantly innovating, evolving as well as adapting to changing realities.<br /> <br /> We take a broad approach that not just involves the computer center in the faculty, but the infrastructure backup in the libraries, class rooms, hostels, video-conferencing facilities and the Internet. Faculty, staff and students play crucial roles in identifying needs, embracing new technologies, and using applications in creative ways. We harness the role of technology as a critical enabler in all our operations and hence the team includes representation from the all the student societies, recruitment &amp; media team along with core faculty support. An indication of this is the website which has set up a virtual FMS community to link the FMS diaspora and leverage its enormous strengths.</font></p> <p><strong><u><font color="#003366">Philosophy</font></u></strong><br /> The idea is to use computers as a strategic enabler to achieve the larger objective &ndash; more resources at the student&rsquo;s hands making IT a normal part of life in a cost effective manner.</p> <p><strong><u><font color="#003366">Computer Hardware Infrastructure</font></u><br /> </strong>FMS has the among the most modern, state-of-the-art computer centers with over 200 computer systems (Pentium III &amp; Pentium IV) in its north campus facility. Along with this computers are available in the library, class rooms and lecture theaters while faculty has individual computers and laser printers in their rooms. For use of the societies - computers and laptops have been provided at the newly designed Management Science Association (MSA) Center. The computer to student ratio is amongst highest in any institute in the country. The entire campus has a Switch based Local Area Network (LAN) operating under Windows-NT. The students can work on various platforms such as DOS, Linux, Windows-95, Windows-98 and Windows-NT. The entire campus is fully networked via a 256kbps leased line internet connectivity. The hostel rooms are also connected to this through the leased line facility provided by the University via the centralized server.</p> <p>Video Conferencing infrastructure has been setup this year. This would further facilitate the interaction with the international business schools with whom we have ongoing collaboration.<br /> The systems are supported by high speed network laser printers, Scanners and CD writers. The centre is equipped with variety of software such as Windows, MS-Office 2000, SPSS 10.0, Lotus SmartSuite, Corel Word Perfect, Harvard Graphics, Oracle RDBMS, Visual Basic, Visual C++, etc. A number of business and management software and business games like Business Simulation, Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, Quantitative Analysis, Multi Dimensional Scaling etc. are also available in the centre. The students can also make use of a variety of CD-ROM based databases, corporate databases such as CMIE&rsquo;s PROWESS, VANSCOM Database and Vans Electronic Library. FMS also has a well equipped computer centre in the S.P.Jain Advanced Research Centre, South Campus.</p> <p><strong><font color="#003366"><u>Online Initiatives - Website</u></font></strong></p> <p>The website is designed as a portal for the FMS Diaspora as well as a knowledge site for the management students, professionals and academicians. The site has community pages for individual batches from FMS, faculty resources, an online knowledge database of management articles as well as online resources for the various societies and clubs.</p> <p>One of the main design intentions was to help increase the interaction between the various full time as well as the part time courses, as well as the students spread across the two campuses. For this website provides general online resources as well as virtual community spaces.</p> <p>Future events planned on this site include taking the various journals online, online management games and competitions.</p>
Library: 
FMS has its main library at North Campus of the University. It has air-conditioned reading rooms housing over 50,000 books and over a 100 Journals (including 60 foreign journals). A branch library with a sprawling reading room functions at S.P.Jain Advanced Management Research Center, South Campus. Both the libraries are well stocked with textbooks, reference books and other documents. Along with this the students have access to the Ratan Tata Library which has a collection of over 200,000 books and over 1,000 journals on management and economics. The students can also access the University library as well as study rooms depending upon their interests.
Professional clubs: 
Shanti Prasad Jain Advanced Management Research Centre under the Faculty of Management Studies was established in 1982 to promote management research, education and training of managers, executives and academicians associated with the management discipline. It now looks forward to new Executive Development Programmes in Public Enterprise Management and Public Systems Management, Entrepreneurial Development, Strategic Management, Management of Services, Human Resource Development and such other areas of vital importance to the economy which have not so far been benefited from management education. The Centre: Undertakes and supports scholarly management research in several streams such as Private Sector Industries; Public Enterprises and Government; Public Services; Rural and Agricultural Development; Comparative Management; and Transnational Management; Organizes conferences, seminars and conventions for development of management education through teaching and training activities; Extends professional services to business, government, industry and other organizations at the national and international levels; Arranges collaborative activities at the national and international level through exchange of researchers, teachers and other related interest groups; and Supports dissemination of professional literature through publications.
Hostel: 
Hostel accommodation facilities are available to the students of MBA (Full-Time) Programme at the Post Graduate hostels of the University of Delhi. The students should directly contact the office of the concerned hostel and apply according to their admission procedures well in time. The students may apply to the following: 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.
Student's Profile
% of students with WEx: 
25
Male : Female: 
5 : 1
International students: 
9(MBA FT)
Average Work Ex: 
Less than 12 months
Average Age: 
Less than 24 years
Placement
% of students placed: 
100
Top recruiters: 
Hewitt Associates, SAB Miller & Coca Cola, Avalon Consulting, Mindtree Consulting, IBM & Yahoo, Tata Administrative Services (TAS),Microsoft, Cognizant, SAP, HP, IBM, Flextronics & Wipro
Average Salary: 
INR 8,00,000+
Highest Salary: 
Maximum Gross Stipend Offered (International) USD 3000 Maximum Gross Stipend Offered (Domestic) INR 125,000
Lateral Placement: 
Yes
Faculty Facts
Permanent: 

HEAD & DEAN
Prof. J. K. MITRA M. A., Ph. D
PROFESSORS
Prof. A. S. NARAG M.Sc. (O R). ITP (Harvard), Ph.D
Prof. V. K. BHALLA M.A. Ph.D
Prof. RAGHAV GAIHA Ph.D (Manchester)
Prof. K. MAMKOOTTAM M.A. Ph.D
Prof. RAJ S. DHANKAR M.Com., Ph.D., PDS (UCLA)
Prof. M. L. SINGLA BE, MBA, PhD
Prof. VIJAY KAPUR MBA, PhD
Prof. SUNITA SINGH-SENGUPTA Ph.D., M.A
Prof. VIVEK SUNEJA Ph.D
Dr. VIJAY K. SETH M.A., Ph.D.
Dr. MADHU VIJ M.Com. M.Phil. Ph.D.
READERS
Dr. S. K. TUTEJA M.Com, FCS, Ph.D
Dr. AJAY PANDIT B.E., M.B.A., LL.B, Ph.D
Dr. PREETAM KHANDELWAL M.A.(Psy), Ph.D.
Dr. H. D. GUPTA B.E., MBA, Ph.D
Dr. SUNIL SHARMA M. Tech (IIT), MBA, Ph.D
Dr. SIMRIT KAUR M. A. (Eco). Ph. D Economics
Dr. MALA SINHA Ph.D. (Psychology)

Dr. A. VENKATRAMAN M.A. (TISS), Ph.D.
Dr. KAVITA SINGH MA (Psychology), M.Phil, Ph.D
Dr. TANUJA AGARWALA M.A. Psychology, M.Phil, Ph.D
Dr. HARSH V. VERMA M.Phil, Ph.D.
Dr. ANUPAMA VOHRA MBA, Ph.D.
Dr. PANKAJ SINHA M.Sc., Ph.D, Financial Engineering
Dr. DEBADYUTI SAHA M.Tech., Ph.D, Operations
Dr. MONIKA SINGHANIA M.Com, Ph.D, F.C.A., Corporate Taxation
Dr. AMIT BARDHAN M.Sc., Ph.D., Operations Research and Marketing Engineering
LECTURERS
Dr. HEMENDRA DANGI B.Tech., M.B.A., Marketing Research and Operations Management.
GUEST FACULTY
Prof. ABAD AHMAD Ph.D, MBA (Western Ontario), ITP (Harvard)
Prof. S. NEELAMEGHAM M. Com, Ph.D., AMBIM (London), GICAME (Stanford), ITP (Harvard)
Prof. M. M. ANAND M.Com Ph.D, DIM, GICAME (Stanford)

COMPUTER CENTER INCHARGE
Dr. A. K. SAINI M.Phil, MCA, MBA, Ph.D., FIETE

LIBRARIAN
Dr. P.R. GOSWAMI (On Leave) M.A. M.L.I. Sc, Ph.D
Dr. J.K.S. CHAUHAN M.A. M.L.I. Sc, Ph.D

Student : Faculty: 

6 : 1 (Approx.)

The Faculty of Management Studies focuses on management education more than just business management. The commitment is thought leadership with a deep understanding of business. The approach to 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.

But much about the school is not just about what is taught with in its confines. 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. Our collaborative approach involves inputs from various departments that gives the benefit of a much wider view and deeper understanding. This is indicated by the success of our alumni who are in positions of leadership in industries & governments across the world. The network of more than 9000 alumni gives students unmatched access to information, mentors and careers.

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