Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi, the premier B-school of India is celebrating 60 glorious years of consistently imparting quality management education. The celebration will be begin at 6 PM on August 29, 2015 at Vigyan Bhawan New Delhi. The key note address will be delivered by Mr Arun Jaitley, Union Minister of Finance, Corporate Affairs & Information & Broadcasting
On the occasion a panel discussion on the theme ‘Make in India: A Trillion Dollar Question’ has also been organized comprising eminent panellists drawn from top Government policy makers, corporate, industry leaders and media groups namely Mr. Amitabh Kant, Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Government of India; Mr. Richard Rekhy, CEO, KPMG India; Mr. Sunil Kant Munjal, Jt.Managing Director, Hero Motocorp Ltd.& Chairman, Hero Corporate Services. The panel discussion will be moderated by Mr. Senthil Chengalvarayan, President & Editorial Director, TV18 Broadcast Ltd.
Entry to the programme is by Invitation Only. A participation Fee of Rs.500/- from current students and Rs1000/- from Alumni & Others will be charged. To participate in the programme one has to register online or personally at FMS North Campus.
Last date of registration for the event is August 27, 2015. No spot registration will be possible due to security concerns.
FMS Delhi is a high ROI B school with a low fee structure and high placement packages.FMS Delhi is one the oldest and top most ranked B-school in India started in 1954 in University of Delhi. The main USP of FMS is its very low fee with very high quality of education. Placement record of the FMS is excellent and the average salary in placement 2015 of the FMS Delhi is Rs.17.04 Lakhs. FMS accepts CAT scores in admission and the biggest advantage in shortlisting process awarded to FMS aspirants is that the B-school considers overall CAT percentile instead of going for sectional percentile like IIMs where high percentilers get a set back also.
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