Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi
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|Faculty of Management Studies|
|Type||Public business school|
|Dean||Prof. Raj S.Dhankar|
|Location||Delhi, Delhi, India|
|Affiliations||University of Delhi|
Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi, commonly known as FMS or FMS Delhi, established in 1954 under the aegis of the University of Delhi offers management education to the professional managers as part-time and full-time MBA programmes. It was the first business school in India which started offering a Full Time MBA programme. The first set of professors were trained at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the institute was started at the Delhi School of Economics premises under the-then Dean, Prof. A. Dasgupta. It is widely known to be one of the oldest business schools in India. The institute has since then expanded on the number of management courses available.
The school has a good reputation amongst corporates for its marketing and finance programs. It is situated in the North and South campuses of the University of Delhi. The various programmes offered by FMS are
- MBA (Full Time)
- MBA(Executive)Health Care Administration
- Doctoral Programmes
In addition to all these programmes, FMS also regularly conducts Management Development Programmes.
International Associations 
As a founding member of the Association of Management Development Institutions of South Asia (AMDISA), FMS has collaborations with the following institutions:
- 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
Academic chairs 
In appreciation of its contributions, the Industrial Finance Corporation of India and Amway Corporation has created chair professorships in Industrial Management and Entrepreneurial Development respectively. The Shanti Prasad Jain Advanced Management Research Center, the research and development wing of FMS, has been set up at the University of Delhi with assistance from Bennett Coleman & Company Limited. In 2005, Union Human Resource Development Ministry, Govt. Of India has proposed a new chair in the name of the former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, to promote management of innovation.
|Business – India|
FMS was ranked #5 by the Outlook Outlook-MDRA Survey B-School Rankings 2011, #3 by the Business Today 50 best business schools of 2012, #7 by the Hindustan Times India's top 50 business schools of 2011 and #11 by the 2012 edition of CNBC-TV18's Top B-Schools in India.
The annual tuition fee for both the 2 year full-time programmes, MBA(FT) & MBA(MS) Programme is Rs. 10,480(USD 200), which is amongst the lowest in the world for an MBA degree. MBA (FT) Programme had 166 seats (including the seats reserved for foreign candidates) and MBA (MS) had 75 seats (including seats reserved for foreign candidates) for the 2010-2012 batches. With effect from academic year 2011-12, the two batches have been merged to a single one, MBA (FT) with a total intake of 226. The admission to the course are done on the basis of score in Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by the Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs). FMS earlier had its own entrance exam which was discontinued starting session 2012-14. The notification for various programmes offered by FMS is advertised through national newspapers in September–October every year.
For the Doctoral programme, the maximum number of Seats is 20. The candidates are required to appear in the entrance test conducted every year in December. However, candidates falling under some categories are exempted from appearing in this entrance test.
The MBA(part-time) programme is designed to develop conceptual knowledge and behavioral skills in students who continue to work in industry, government or other organizations. The intake in this programme for the year 2011 is 232 students. The admission test for this programme is separate from the admission test for the full-time programme and was held on 23 January 2011.
Notable alumni 
- Ajay Mahajan - Founder, FICC Capital
- Raghav Bahl - Chairman & MD, Network 18 
- Amit Jain-Managing Director India & South Asia ,Akzo Nobel
- Harit Nagpal- MD & CEO, Tata Sky Ltd
- Sanjeev Lamba- CEO,Reliance Big Pictures 
- D.S.Brar- Former CEO, Ranbaxy 
- Shumeet Banerji- CEO, Booz & Co. 
- Sunder Hemrajani- Managing Director, Times Innovative Media 
- Manoj Kohli- CEO & Jt. MD, Bharti Airtel 
- Neelam Dhawan- MD, Hewlett Packard (India) 
- Subodh Srivastav- COO, MTS Group 
- Amit Ranjan- CoFounder & COO,SlideShare 
- Rohit Adya- CEO,Vodafone Essar 
- Seema Chandra- CFO,Spicejet Limited 
- Top B-Schools
- International Associations | Faculty of Management Studies
- "The 50 best business schools". Business Today. 28 October 2012. Retrieved 28 October 2012.
- "India's top 50 business schools" (jpg). Hindustan Times. 30 August 2011. Retrieved 26 December 2011.
- "Top B-Schools in India". CNBC-TV18. 12 January 2012. Retrieved 13 February 2012.
- "India's best Business school".
- Admission FAQs | Faculty of Management Studies
- Admission FAQs - FMS
- FMS scraps entrance exam turns to CAT
- http://fms.edu/?q=node/558 FMS Alumni
- Sanjeev Lamba: Executive Profile & Biography - Businessweek
- D.S.Brar - Chairman, GVK Biosciences
- Shumeet Banerji: Binging on the Booz - Economic Times
- Times OOH appoints Sunder Hemrajani as MD
- Management Team || Manoj Kohli
- Neelam Dhawan | HP® India
- ICCSR - News
- Rashmi Sinha, brother Amit Ranjan sell world’s largest slide-sharing site SlideShare to LinkedIn.com for Rs 640 cr - Economic Times
- World Brand Congress 2010 ::
- SpiceJet appoints Seema Chandra as CFO