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FORE School of Management is one of the leading Business School of country. For the batch 2017-19 average salary is INR 10.8 LPA and highest salary...
Last year XAT Cut-off is 85.25 for PGDM & 80.20 for PGDM IB.
Last date to apply is January 22, 2019, 23:59 hours on Tuesday.
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The FORE School of Management (FSM) is located in the Qutab Institutional Area of New Delhi. It was founded in the year 1981. FORE is an acronym for the Foundation for Organization Research and Education, which is the non- profit body that runs this autonomous institute. The courses here have been recognized by the AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education). This college has also been accredited by both the NBA (National Board of Accreditation) and the SAQS (South Asian Quality Assurance System). The latter is in fact, an international accreditation. The present Director, Dr. Jitendra K. Das is a noted academician, who has won numerous honours all over.
The Delhi- based FORE School of Management is a single- course institute, specializing in management education. It offers the Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) offered in multiple specialization areas. One is the flagship general PGDM, where the student is free to choose the specialization in the second year, after he/she has gone through the basic of all the streams in the first. The others are where the choice is from day one. They are the PGDMs in the areas of- International Business (IB) and in Finance. The flagship General PGDM also offers electives in the second year, for the areas of- Marketing, Finance & Accounting, International Business, Communication, Economics & Business Policy, Information Technology (IT), Organizational Behaviour (OB) and Human Resources Management (HRM), Strategy and in Quantitative Techniques & Operations Management (OM).
Admissions to these programmes is via the CAT exam. Post the results of the CAT being declared, shortlisted students need to appear for the PI (Personal Interview)- WAT (Written Ability Test) round. The FSM has also taken up institutional membership for several professional bodies in the area of management education. These are in the bodies of- Global Compact Network India (GCNI), The Indus Entreprenurs (TiE), Education Promotion Society for India (EPSI), National HRD Network (NHRDN), All India Management Association (AIMA), Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS), Indian Society for Training and Development (ISTD) and DELNET (Developing Library Network), besides a few more.
For the working professionals too, some courses are run here at the FORE School of Management. These are taken up by those, looking at a skill upgrade. One is an eleven- months’ duration Online Professional Certificate in Big Data. Another is the Certification in Machine Learning and Deep Learning. Frequent Management Development Programmes (MDPs) are conducted. Here, it is companies that depute teams of employees for a specific short- term training, as opposed to the certifications, that are usually taken up by individuals themselves. A number of companies have in the past signed up for these programmes, and many continue to do so now. For the faculty members too, there are regular Faculty Development Programmes (FDPs). These are meant to enrich the existing knowledge base of the trainers, plus to acquaint them with the latest trends in business and industry.
The FORE School of Management has also been extremely proactive in sealing agreements with foreign universities. This helps in research collaboration, facilitating exchange programmes and generating consulting assignments. Such partners of the FSM are located all over the world, in the countries of USA, France, Sweden, Singapore, Vietnam, Myanmar and in neighbouring Nepal as well. Some of these prominent names are- the University of California, Vietnam National University, ESCE International Business School, Nanyang Business School and the European Institute for Asian Studies, besides some others.
Research holds a very important place in the life of the Delhi- based FORE School of Management. To this end, the college has fostered several Centres of Excellence (CoE), each dedicated to the development of some important business ideal. There are these COEs for the areas of- Sustainable Development, Entrepreneurship Development, Digital Innovation, Psychometric Testing & Research, Customer Management & Analytics and in Operations & Supply Chain Management. There is yet another one, known as the Centre for Research and Innovation in Frugal Technology Management (CRIFT). The FSM also releases its own newsletter title the FOREprints. This is more of a student- driven initiative, while the quarterly magazine Abhigyan, is primarily faculty- run.
All this has led to the FSM being ranked extremely high across the platforms. It has been ranked as the 37th best within the management category by the NIRF (National Institutional Rankings Framework) and the 17th best in the same category by the Careers 360 magazine. This has also impacted on the placement scenario here, which has been going strong over the years. The recruiters have been spread from across the industries. Some of the top companies that have recruited the FSM students in recent years have been from the likes of- ICICI Bank, ITC, Reckitt Benckiser, Deloitte, EY, YES Bank, Kotak Mahindra Bank, Citi Corp, Future First, Decathlon, McKinsey, Bacardi, Aditya Birla Fashion, IMRB, CRISIL, KPMG, Euro Monitor, RBL Bank, HDFC Life, HCL, Dell, JK Tyres, Saint Gobain, TCS, Gartner, Cognizant, Accenture, Nestle, Big Basket, Jio and several more.
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