Source: Me Next Magazine-Rajasthan Patrika (20-Oct-2018)

MBA from Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi

Course: Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Institute/University: Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi

About FMS

Faculty of Management Studies (FMS, Delhi) is one of the oldest B-Schools in the country, established in 1954 under the aegis of the University of Delhi. The institute was started as a part of the Delhi School of Economics and has grown to be a full-fledged management institute. Being a part of the University system, it has been contributing to the industry, businesses, government and social sector at par with leading business schools.

Having started with an evening Masters Programme in Management in 1954, it commenced its MBA (Full-Time) Programme in 1967. FMS went on to establish Shanti Prasad Jain Advanced Management Research Centre at the University of Delhi-South Campus to promote research and training of managers from India and abroad in the year 1982. The institute over the years has gained prominence for its learned faculty and students who today occupy coveted positions in the corporate world, both in India and abroad.

Keeping in mind the need of the society and industry, FMS increased intake to its MBA (FullTime) Programme from 60 to 90 in 1991. The Golden Jubilee Year of FMS in 2004, witnessed the launch of another two-year full-time programme namely MBA (Management of Services) with an intake of 40 students. In 2011, it merged its two full-time programmes with a combined intake of 226 students. All its programmes today, viz. MBA (Full-Time), MBA Executive, MBA Executive (Health Care Administration), and Ph.D. in Management are well accepted by the industry.

MBA Programme

Programme Structure

MBA—the two-year full-time programme is designed with the objective of developing young men and women into highly adept professional managers, capable of working in diverse sectors, continuously striving for excellence in performance while propagating thought leadership and contributing to the welfare of the society at large. The curriculum of the continuously evolving MBA-two year fulltime programme rests on two pillars: one, providing a strong analytical foundation in key functional areas and the other, enabling a high degree of academic flexibility, thereby allowing students to customize their MBA experience.

The first year introduces students to the essential models and tools, with a focus on rigorous training in the diverse disciplines in management and the development of a strong foundation of business knowledge and management theory. The year concludes with a rigorous Summer Internship programme which allows students to explore practical application of the management concepts.

In the second year, the students decide on their professional development plans by reflecting on their first year‘s learning and Summer Internship experiences. This experience is augmented by interactions with an eclectic mix of world-renowned faculty and corporate luminaries who together teach 22 core courses and over 78 elective courses. After two years of 360-degree learning, the students move on to realize their dreams in the corporate world.

The programme nurtures and develops world class business leaders with personalized care and attention, in small workgroups and teams and in a practical, application-oriented environment. Every year aspirants avail the opportunity of realizing their dreams through this programme after proving their mettle in one of the most rigorous selection processes.

At FMS, the MBA course structure is closely aligned with the contemporary business requirements. The focus is on producing managers with sound fundamentals to hit the ground running when they enter the corporate world. The programme empowers students to demonstrate the ability to innovate, the ability to execute the most daunting of challenges in the most trying of circumstances, the ability to create synergies amongst the most diverse set of variables and the ability to continuously learn, improvise, adapt, energize, excel and grow.

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