The registration for Faculty of Management Studies (FMS Delhi) has opened its for MBA admission 2022 on November 23, 2021. The admission process has opened simultaneously for MBA (Full-Time), MBA Executive and MBA Executive (Health Care Administration) Programme (2022-24).
The application process is quite easy to follow:
Step 1: Visit the admissions page of the official website at fmsadmissions.com
Step 2: Register yourself by filling out the form
Step 3: Verify your email
Step 4: Fill out your personal details on the application form
Step 5: Upload your resume and other relevant documents on the portal
Step 6: Pay the application fees which is ₹1000 and ₹350 for unreserved and SC/ST/PWD candidates respectively.
The candidates need to have a Bachelor’s degree with 50% marks (for unreserved category), 45% marks (for OBC Non-Creamy/EWS/PWD/CW) and passing marks (for SC/ST). Students who are appearing for their final graduation exams can also apply provided they submit their results during the time of admission.
In addition to this, the candidates need to also sit for the CAT 2021. The selection is based on a weightage basis and 50% of the weightage would be given to the CAT score. Marks obtained in 10th and 12th have 10% weightage each. This is followed by a discussion on the statement of purpose (SOP) submitted by the candidate which also carries a 10% weightage. The personal interview accounts for 15% of the total while the remaining 5% is awarded spontaneously. An additional 5 marks are given to female candidates who appear for the personal interview.
No GD in Admission 2022:
In its admission policy 2022, FMS Delhi has replaced GD round by Discussion on Statement of Purpose (SoP). Earlier it used to award a weightage of 10% to performance in Group Discussion (GD). While GD was conducted before PI, the Extempore with a duration of 2-3 minutes is conducted during the Personal Interview. For the MBA admission 2022, weightage to GD is dropped and PI round is proposed to be conducted online for the shortlisted candidates.