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Hostel For Male

FMS Delhi provides Hostel accommodation facilities to its Full-time students, a majority of the students do not prefer residing in the hostels primarily for two reasons. The first reason being the difficulty in allocation of the hostels due to the limitations on the number of seats, and second, because the hostels are shared by the students from other courses of Delhi University, so the charm of peer learning and exclusivity is lost in the hostel. As an alternative, a majority of the students prefer staying in areas close to the college in shared flats or PGs.

Hostel For Female

FMS Delhi provides Hostel accommodation facilities to its Full-time students, a majority of the students do not prefer residing in the hostels primarily for two reasons. The first reason being the difficulty in allocation of the hostels due to the limitations on the number of seats, and second, because the hostels are shared by the students from other courses of Delhi University, so the charm of peer learning and exclusivity is lost in the hostel. As an alternative, a majority of the students prefer staying in areas close to the college in shared flats or PGs.

Top Alumni

Amitabh Prasad Chief Executive Officer Sterlite Power Brasil2002-2005
Amit Jain Managing Director L’Oréal India 985-1987
Amit Ganeriwalla Senior Partner Mckinsey & Company1999-2001
Anand Jha Managing Director Blackstone2008-2011
Anamika Sirohi  Vice President Marketing Amway India Pvt Ltd 1998-2000
Anil Kaul CEO Absolutdata1987-1989

Alumni In News

Achal Agarwal Chairman "WWF, Singapore" 1979-1981
Ajay Mahajan Managing Director & CEO CARE Ratings Ltd. 1988-1990
Ajay Shukla "Managing Director (Middle East, Africa and India)"Global Study 1986-1988
Alok Bhardwaj Founder & Managing Director CreoVate Transformations & Consulting 1983-1985

Training & internships

Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi has concluded the summer internship placement process for the 2021-23 batch. FMS, with its consistent performance, secured 100% placements with the highest ever average stipend of Rs. 2,62,000 for two months, an increase of 9% from last year, while the median stipend saw a staggering increase of 18% to Rs. 2,60,000 for two months, from last year. The highest stipend of Rs. 5 lakhs was offered in the BFSI sector.