FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019: FMS Delhi has declared the list of shortlisted candidates for GD-PI rounds for MBA admission 2019-21. The final selection round consisting of Extempore, GD and PI will begin on April 15, 2019. Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) Delhi has announced the FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019 for MBA Admissions 2019-21 with 2187 candidates who have found a place in the FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019 to attend the PI round for admission to 220 seats this year as against 216 last year. FMS cutoff for MBA 2019 shortlist reveals that the Composite score cutoff, based on CAT 2018 sectional weightages has gone down to 53.337 for MBA 2019 as against 58 and 59+ in last two years.
FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019
Extempore, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview are the three components in FMS Delhi final selection round for admissions 2019-21. The GD-PI round including extempore at FMS Delhi begins on April 15, 2019 and there are more than 4-time slots on each day in which the PI round will continue to be held. The Shortlisted candidates are required to fill-up the proforma available in the FMS official website for appearing in GD-PI round.
FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019: Composite Score cutoffs
|Category||GD-PI 2019 Composite score (After awarding weightage to CAT 2018 sectional scores)||No. of Shortlisted candidates|
FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019: Category-wise seats in FMS 2019-21 Batch
|Category||Number of seats|
FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019: Based on Composite Score
Unlike its previous shortlisting process, FMS Delhi has started using composite score in shortlisting for GD-PI round. Although the maximum composite score awards 100% weight to CAT 2018 score, the candidate is shortlisted on the basis of differential weightage to sectional percentile scores in CAT 2018 Exam. For example: Composite Score = ∑(Score in Section * Weightage)/Max Marks for the Section.
The process of calculation of composite score can get a candidate shortlisted despite scoring low in Quant but high in VARC and overall low. Additional 3 marks have been added to the Composite score so computed in case of women candidates for the purpose of shortlisting for the subsequent rounds. However, the composite score are used only for shortlisting the candidates for GD-PI Process.
The sectional weightage awarded to CAT 2018 score in arriving at composite score in shortlisting by FMS Delhi are as under:
|CAT 2018 Exam Section||Score Weightage|
|Quantitative Ability (QA)||30%|
|Data Interpretation & Logical Reasoning (DILR)||30%|
|Verbal Ability & Logical Reasoning (VARC)||40%|
FMS Delhi Shortlist 2019: Extempore-GD-PI Weightage
Group Discussion, Personal Interview and Extempore speech round at FMS Delhi begins on April 15, 2019. It will be held at FMS-Delhi University campus. The Merit list after the final admission round will be based on CAT 2018 score, performance in GD-PI-Extempore, and Academic profile. Weightage to each component in FMS Delhi MBA Admission 2019 is as below:
|CAT 2018 score||60%|
|Group Discussion (GD)||10%|
|Marks obtained in Class X||5%|
|Marks obtained in Class XII||5%|
Documents required for PI round
Candidates appearing for the PI round at FMS Delhi are supposed to submit the duly filled-in proforma, along with the following documents on their designated GD-PI dates at FMS Delhi:
- Date of Birth Certificate.
- Class X Marksheet.
- Class XII Marksheet.
- CAT 2018 Scorecard
- Reservation Claim Certificates (If any)
The different shortlisting criteria at FMS Delhi shortlisting process has been adopted to encourage diversity of Gender and Academic Disciplines. FMS Delhi is one of the most preferred MBA colleges in India. It has the highest ROI and thus is a preferred campus to any other top B-school in India including the IIMs. The low fees and high average placements going beyond Rs.21 LPA at FMS attracts more and more candidates.
The B-school has technology resources and facilities in both its North and South Campuses. Both the campuses of FMS are fully Wi-Fi enabled where students can access Live Databases, Online Journals, and the World Wide Web. FMS has a dedicated computer center for the students where they can access online journals, keep themselves updated with day to day developments and also assist themselves in the studies.
In 2012, FMS Delhi became the third campus in India to be equipped with Bloomberg terminal. FMS Delhi North Campus has air-conditioned library housing over 40,000 Books and Journals. Learners also have access to the Delhi University Library System which has a collection of over 600,000 books (through Online Public Access Catalogue) and over 8,000 Journals (including Online Journals).