The two-year MBA (MS) programme has been integrated with the two-year MBA (Full Time) programme and the two have been merged into one prgramme (MBA(FT) with effect from 2011 admissions. However, students admitted to the MBA (MS) programme through the same entrance test as the MBA (FT) programme will continue to pursue the existing MBA (MS) curriculum till the current batches pass out in 2012.

About the Programme

MBA (MS) is designed to create Excellence Leaders in the fast growing services sector. First of its kind, it is a regular full-time MBA programme geared towards fulfilling the needs of creating business leaders in:

  • All professionally managed companies in the service sector with particular focus to MNCs who have entered India or are planning to enter India.
  • Indian companies aiming to globalise their services
  • Public systems undergoing privatisation and restructuring

NGOs and professional bodies

In the initial years, the aim of the MBA (MS) is to attract a range of institutions looking for future leaders in the service sector primarily from:

  • Financial services
  • Health care services
  • Information Technology Services
  • Hospitality and Transportation Services
  • Public Services
Identity of the Programme
The programme of MBA (MS) is one of the pioneering programmes in India offered by FMS at the South Campus - University of Delhi. Like other programmes of FMS (MBA-FT, MBA-PT, MBA- HCA and Doctoral Programmes), FMS as a whole is responsible for academic governance and delivery of this MBA (MS) programme. The Dean of FMS, who is the ex-officio Director of Shanti Prasad Jain Advanced Management Research Centre, will provide the overall academic leadership of the programme; the Professor-in-Charge of the South Campus Centre of FMS will be the administrative head for this programme.

Target Population: Applicants
  • Bright students from any academic discipline, without any prejudice, having consistently superior academic record.
  • No entry barrier for non-quantitative background students (test pattern of GMAT type) and a batch having a good balance of Engineers & Non-engineers.

The programme should be naturally attractive for women and therefore a batch should have good balance of male and female participants.

Market for the Products of the Programme
All professionally managed companies in the service sector, particular focus to MNC companies who have recently entered or are planning to enter India.

Though the batch size is small allowing personal attention to each participant, the focus would be to place them in diverse companies, representing the widest range of the services sector possible.