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FMS 2012 Registration Dates

by Manisha Verma

Faculty of Management Studies is one of the most renowned names in the field of B-Schools. It is amongst the most reputed B-Schools of the country and comes under Delhi University. FMS conducts entrance exam every year to admit students in its different post graduate programmes. This year the FMS entrance exam will be held on 4th December 2011. The registration process for the FMS 2012 has already started and students can register online by visiting the official website: www.fms.edu. The last date for registration is 30th November, 2012.

FMS 2012 Eligibility Criteria:

Candidates who want to apply to FMS 2012 must have completed Bachelor's degree from a recognized university. The minimum requisite percentage of marks in different disciplines is as follows:

  • Arts, Commerce or Social Sciences - 50%
  • Sciences - 55%
  • Mathematics or Statistics - 60%
  • Medicine, Engineering or Technology - 60% / CGPA of at least 6.00 in a scale of 10.00

The candidates who are appearing in the final year's examination are also eligible to apply.

OR

Post Graduate Degree or 2nd Degree examination after 10+2+3 scheme, securing at least 60% marks.

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