The Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) is a B-school, which comes under the University of Delhi. It is one of the most popular university-run MBA programmes, which is known for quality, placements and value for money. The Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) offers a 2-year full time MBA programme and Ph.D. programmes as well. Earlier, the FMS used to have a Cut Off on the basis of its own test, but now the FMS Cut Off is based on the CAT score. The FMS cutoff is used to shortlist candidates for group discussion and personal interview before admission.
The FMS cutoff score has increased to 99 percentile score in the CAT. The candidates on the basis of FMS Cut Off have to appear for a Group Discussion and Personal Interview before final selection. At the time of interview, the candidate's academics, work experience, personality and overall suitability is put to test. All these parameters carry due weightage, apart from the performance in the CAT, which is used to decide the FMS cutoff score. So it is very important to remember that clearing the FMS Cut Off is not sufficient as there is a final hurdle to be crossed before admission. The final merit list is based on the weightages of the following components of the selection process. They are mentioned as follows: