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FORE School of Management PGDM

Located in Delhi, FORE School of Management is a premier educational institute of India offering postgraduate level courses in management with various specialisations. The experienced faculty and industry-ready curriculum prepare future industry leaders who are ready to take on any challenges that a modern workplace offers.

1. Brief Introduction about the course

FORE School of Management offers various postgraduate level programs in management such as PGDM, PGDM IB, and PGDM FM. The course content has been designed to develop managers who are industry-ready and have sustainable employable competencies to handle any new challenges that they might face.

 

2. Eligibility

For PGDM/ PGDM – IB/ PGDM – FM 

• Applicant must have completed an undergraduate degree (three years minimum) from a recognized university or deemed university with a “pass” result and minimum 50% marks.

• Final year students may also apply, but the admission will subject to achieving “pass” result in the examination.

3. Selection Process 

• Applicant must complete the application online on the website of the FORE School of Management.

• Online Application fee has to be paid by all applicants based on a number of courses applied for.

• Applicants will be shortlisted based on their scores in the accepted entrance exams.

• Selected applicants must appear for a personal interview.

• The final list of selected candidates will be prepared based on academic performance, work experience, written ability and performance in the interview.

 

4. Application Start and End date 

• The application process starts from –       October 2019

• The application process ends on      –       December 2019

5. Exam accepted for Course

For PGDM/ PGDM – IB/ PGDM – FM

• CAT

• GMAT

• XAT

6. Placements Report for the Class of 2018

• Highest Package –           31 Lakhs per annum

• Average Package –           10.8 Lakhs per annum

• Median Package –           10.4 Lakhs per annum

7. Scholarship offered by the College

The scholarship is awarded to needy and meritorious students in the form of waiver of tuition fees.

For more information, visit the official website www.fsm.ac.in.

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Are you invisible? Do they listen to you? Do some of your best ideas hit the trash can because nobody cares to even hear them?  FORE is all set with its two days' MDP on- "Enhancing Assertiveness & Positive Attitude" with Prof. Anita Tripathy Lal. In the words of Mr Ravi Roshan, Engineer, Powergrid Corp of India Ltd. who attended one of Prof. Anita Lal's MDPs in the past, mentions- "Prof. Anita is a very practical and experienced faculty. She covered how to face most of the challenges of corporate life.”  The #program will be useful for all those who want to improve their ability to influence, motivate, inspire by being positive and assertive with others. It will be of particular benefit to: Middle & Senior Managers, Project Leaders, Team leaders, Consultants from Public Sector, Private Sector, Multinational Organizations, Government Departments and other #sectors like #Tourism, #Hotel and #Hospitals etc.  #ManagementDevelopmentProgram #MDP #FORE

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FORE School of Management, New Delhi works towards molding the business leaders of tomorrow. In a country like India, leadership has to have some degree of rural focus, what with nearly 70% of our population living in rural areas. Hence, management graduates have an obligation to understand this segment, its challenges, and its opportunities better.   Director of FORE  School of Management DR. Jitendra K Das writes in The Statesman about this need and the encouraging trends being seen among management students in the context of the rural opportunity. This extends beyond just the business opportunity and into true possibilities for reform. 

 Read the article here: https://lnkd.in/gQDC2nf

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What percentile in XAT is required to get a call for PGDM core, IB and FM?


10th - 81.7% 

12th - 93.8%

B.Tech - 8.39

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Saquib_FORE
@Saquib_FOREFSM New Delhi  ·  1 karma

@Ksd3333 PGDM Core: 85.75 percentile PGDM IB: 80.50 PGDM FM: 75 The cut-offs may vary this year. All the best for XAT!

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conversion at 94 percentile possible??



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you have a very good chance. All the best!

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"The students of batch 2019-21 from FORE School of Management, Delhi are winning laurels across the country. The glorious journey of victory continues with a series of consecutive successes, at popular competitions held at various campuses. So far they have won 12 major competitions nationwide starting from IIM Ahmedabad, IIM Udaipur, IIM Lucknow and Raipur..."

https://in.news.yahoo.com/students-fore-school-delhi-continue-113718294.html

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Does fore considers sectional cuttoff in CAT?



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Saquib_FORE
@Saquib_FOREFSM New Delhi  ·  1 karma

@helloitsrahul No, sectional cutt-off is not considered.

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 with a raw score of 100 in cat 2019 can i expect a convert for fore  core ?

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@Saquib_FORE what about a call for gd pi ??

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For PGDM Core, you can expect a call at 85.50 percentile. However, it varies from year to year

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FORE School of Management is all set to host the 2019 edition of its annual international conference in New Delhi.  This conference, started as a first of its kind in India, carries the vision to present India’s competence around the frugal approach to innovation. Being hosted in Delhi, it is well poised to symbolically represent India’s prowess in the domain.  FORE partnered with industry leaders viz. Smart Village Movement, ICE&SDGs, Maker’s Asylum, Australasian Frugal Innovation Network, Centre for Frugal Innovation in Africa, CRI, Innofrugal, Sansodhan, Clean Energy Access Network, Potholeraja, SunMoksha, Center for Frugal Innovation TIM/TUHH and Yukti for the event.  Dr. Jitendra K Das will chair the conference, with Mr.Suresh Prabhu, Honorable Member of Parliament as the chief guest.   Dr. V. Ramgopal Rao, Director, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Mr HK Mittal, Head, SERC, Department of Science and Technology, Dr. Prashant Jha, Head of Affordable Medical Technologies, School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences, King's College London and more will be the attending speakers at the conference.  We look forward to yet another riveting Conference this year!  To know more about the conference, visit https://lnkd.in/gaJ3gSB #innovations #internationalconference

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Adcom plz tell the last year cut-offs for PGDM-FM program!

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@Saquib_FOREFSM New Delhi  ·  1 karma

@Thunder995 The last year's cut-off for PGDM-FM was 75 percentile

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Corporate Interaction Division(CID), FORE welcomed Mr. Prashant Dayal, Head, Customer Marketing-PepsiCo to be a part of Anubhuti at FORE School of Management, New Delhi. The discussion with the students revolved around the FMCG sector, its growth potential, drivers of growth and the changing consumer of today. During the discussion, he also explained the role of Gen Z in defining changes in the marketplace and its offerings. We thank Mr. Dayal for an enriching and participative session.

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