FMS Delhi- a note on placements!

FMS, Faculty of management Studies, one of the pioneering Business Schools of India was established in 1954. Since then, FMS has shown immense growth and commitment to the development of management professionals providing exchange programs and collaborative arrangements with industrial and business houses, management institutions and professional associations in India and abroad. It is also one of the oldest business schools in India to offer a full time MBA program.

FMS Delhi

has a huge network of more than 10,000 alumni which gives its students unparalleled access to information, mentors and careers. A few of their noteworthy alumni include Girish Sharma, Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Income Tax Department, Salil Kapoor, Chief Operating Officer, Dish TV India Ltd., and Shivani Hegde, General Manager-Foods, Nestle India Ltd. Their other noteworthy achievements include representing India in KPMG in International Case competition in the International Finals, being the National winners of Pepsi’s become Indra’s Advisors contest and Bloomberg Ambassador of the month International winners. That is quite a formidable list, no?

 Now which company wouldn’t want managers from such a college whose credentials have such have weight names? And the statistics of

FMS Delhi placements

year on year prove just that, both in terms of the diversity of profiles as well as in the compensation offered to the students. You can gauge the credibility of the above statement from the fact that, this year, a total of 212 offers were made by companies for a batch where 205 students participated in the placement process. If that is not 100% placement, then what is?

Almost a 107 companies participated in the whole process, and 38 offers were made even before the placement process started. And if you are itching to know the numbers (read salary), then here is the deal. The average salary of the total offers made is INR 16.18 LPA.  And if that still doesn’t impress you, take this: The average salary of the top 50% offers is INR 19 LPA. Impressed much?
Almost all the big names in the market like Tata, Bennett Coleman & Co. Ltd., Amway, India Today, Godrej, CSC, Dabur, Whirlpool, Heinz, Kellogg’s, Maruti, P&G were a part of the 107 companies.
Makes you think it is all about serious study? FMS also carries out its annual festivals and events like Fiesta (Annual Management Festival) and Annual Leadership Summit. It also offers features like Library, computer centre, hostels and a dedicated research centre.


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