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The Diminishing Dreams of Indian MBA Colleges

In India, a management degree is considered the key to the best of opportunities and “the good life”. But, the facts tend to suggest otherwise. Every year more and more students fill the forms for the tests of premier MBA colleges, but the number of seats for management courses far outnumbers the students. This is a far cry from the erstwhile known crisis of students versus institutions, and needs to be attended to by the authorities before they become unable to solve it.

It is estimated that close to 2 lakh (200,000) students register for MBA entrance tests, with almost 1.5 lakhs attending the innumerable examinations. Now, there are more than 5 lakh seats for MBA students in India, which is more than three times the number of participating students. This has lead to a major disruption in the demand and supply chain, which threatens to affect the lives of all people associated with this field. Moreover, out of the total number of seats, only a fraction of it can offer a talented student the kind of education & skills demanded by today’s business world.

It is a well known fact that the infrastructures of institutions, apart from those belonging to the Indian Ivy League, are substandard. The consensus of the experts of the education sector has been that even the most unfit management institute is supported by the governments as it promises to impart education. But, as the deficit of students is facing MBA colleges, they seem to resort to the last possible option – shutting down! Instead, a mandate in needed, which would require the available infrastructure to be upgraded and used to support the education of students looking for other growing fields and sectors.

FMS 2010 – Delhi University Faculty of Management Studies Entrance Test 2010 Details

FMS MBA entrance exam is conducted by the Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) University of Delhi. Two-year full-time Programmes MBA, MBA (Management of Services) and Ph.D. beginning in July, 2010.

Exam patter is: Data Interpretation, Quantitative Aptitude, Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension and Verbal Ability; In about 175 questions, all these are covered.

Total Number of seats – MBA: 166, MBA (MS): 7

FMS 2010 Exam Important Dates:

FMS MBA Entrance Test Date: January 10, 2010 (Sunday)
FMS Delhi MBA Entrance Exam Notification to be out: Sep 27, 2009
The application process will be open from October 5 to November 20, 2009.
FMS MBA Entrance Test Date: January 25, 2009, 2 PM (Sunday)

To apply for FMS 2010
:

Online application as well as payment facility available at this website www.fms.edu
The information bulletin and admission forms will be available from 05.10.2009 to 20.11.2009 from the designated branches of State bank of India on cash payment of Rs. 1250/- (Rs. 350/- for SC/ST category) for applying to both MBA and MBA (MS); and Rs. 750/- (Rs. 200/- for SC/ST category) for applying to any one MBA programme or to the Ph.D. programme. Candidates must enclose the bank counterfoil along with reserved category certificate (if any), with the application.

FMS 2010 Eligibility:

MBA and MBA (MS) Programmes: Candidates must have pursued at least a 3-year Bachelor’s degree programme after 12th class.

The minimum required percentage of marks (in aggregate) in different disciplines, Mathematics or Statistics (60%), Arts, Commerce or social science (50%) Science (55%), Medicine, Engineering or Technology (60%)/CGPA of at least 6.00 in a scale of 10.00 or Post Graduate Degree or 2nd Degree examination after 10+2+3 scheme (at least 60% marks). Applicants appearing for the final examination of bachelor’s/post-graduate degree examination may also apply.

Doctoral programme: All candidates, except foreign nationals and teachers of the University of Delhi with two years (minimum) of teaching experience are require to take the admission test to be held on 10th January 2010 (Sunday).
Please refer to the website of the University of Delhi (www.du.ac.in. Eligibility criteria for enrolment to Doctoral programme) for eligibility and other conditions.

Foreign students: Foreign students studying in Indian universities are needed to appear in the FMS admission test. For all other foreign students, submission of GMAT marks is mandatory.

FMS 2010 Examination:

Exam centres: Amritsar, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhubaneswar, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Delhi, Chennai, Guwahati, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Kanpur, Kolkata, Kochi, Mumbai, Patna, Pune, Nagpur, Varanasi and Vishakhapatnam.

LAST DATE FOR THE RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS FOR ADMISSION BY FACULITY OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES DELHI UNIVERSITY Is NOVEMBER 20, 2009.

Details for IMT MBA Entrance Test of 2010

Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad is among the most reputed Institutes that provide different professional Post Graduate Diploma courses to the candidates. IMT provides the 100% placements assistance to the candidates with an aim providing Experience and knowledge to the candidate pursuing this course from there.

Course offered: MBA

IMT Entrance Test 2010 Eligibility:

He/She must have completed graduation with 60 % aggregate for this course.

How to apply?

You can get an application form by DD or by cash payment from the Coordinator of IMT. You can also be downloaded the application form from the IMT official Website.

Admission Procedure:

Candidate will get the admission as per the candidate cut off score and the candidate’s eligibility.

Selection:

On the merit list and rules and regulation of the University, the selection of the candidate is based.

IMT Entrance Test 2010 Placement:

The IMT provides 100% placements to MBA Student.

Test Centers:

•    Ghaziabad
•    Kolkata
•    Nagpur
•    Hyderabad

Important Dates:


Admission opens in:

Address of IMT Institute:

Institute of Management Technology
A-16, Site-3
UPSIDC Industrial Ares
Meerut Road
Ghaziabad -201003
Phone: 0120-2705628
Fax: 0120-2705625

So, if you have any query related to this course then please write it to us. We will definitely solve your query.

IIT Delhi-DMS 2010 MBA Entrance Exam

For the MBA programmes, Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi Department of Management Studies (IITD-DMS) conducts an admission process. Since 1997, IIT Delhi-DMS is offering MBA programmes. There is no need to talk about the position of IITs in the field of technical education but according to various surveys, IIT Delhi-DMS as a management college also maintain its rank among the top management institutes in the country

For taking admission in the full time 2 year MBA programme of IITD-DMS, candidates have to appear in Joint Management Entrance Test i.e. JMET-2010 like for all IITs MBA programmes. For IITD-DMS, candidates have to apply separately. Shortlisted candidates through JMET will be are called for Group Discussion and Personal Interview for final selection.

Courses offered:

2 year full time MBA program
1. Telecommunication Systems Management – 29 seats
2. Management Systems – 86 seats

Eligibility Criteria:

A candidate should have a degree of Bachelor in Engineering/Technology/ Pharmacy/ Architecture/ B.Sc. Agriculture Engineering or Master’s degree in any branch of Chemical/ Physical/ Mathematical Sciences such as Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Electronic Science, Computer Application, Operations Research, Environmental Science, Computational or Information Science, Agriculture or Master’s Degree in Economics/ Commerce with atleast 60% aggregate marks or equivalent CGPA in his/her qualifying exam. For SC/ST candidates, there will be relaxation of 5% marks or equivalent in CGPA.

Application Forms:

By sending a request for the form to IITD-DMS, the form will be available to you through post. When candidates receives the form, after that they have to send the filled form with a demand draft of Rs. 1000(Rs. 500 for SC/ST/PH) in favor of ‘IIT Delhi’.
They can also download the application form from the website: www.iitd.ac.in

Important Dates:

•    Availability of Forms – January 5th, 2010
•    Last Date for receipt of completed application forms – January 29, 2010
•    Group Discussion/ Interviews – 26-29 March 2010
If any doubt you have, you can write to us.