Final Placements – FMS Delhi – Class Of 2016

FMS Delhi – Class of 2016 celebrated completion of placements and there was good reason for it too given the variety of offers and the kind of companies recruiting. BCG, Accenture Strategy, Deutsche Bank, HUL, TAS, Amazon, Flipkart, Microsoft are some of the most sought after names among the top talent in India as per our annual Recruiter Rankings.

Also, what is notable is the rise in the average salary figure (which was also the case with IIFT)- there is a clear rise in the average salaries being reported by schools. (We will be able to put it in context only when we get the IIM A CRISIL audited report). In 2011, the average reported salaries across the top 10 campuses in India were in the range of 12.5 to 14.5 Lakhs.

Although the offer break-up seems quite balanced across sectors – Finance, Consulting and E-Commerce are particularly impressive.

You can find the Summer Placements of FMS Delhi 2014-16 here.

Highlights sent to us by FMS Placement Team :

– FMS Delhi crossed the barrier of 20 LPA in both average and median compensation offered to its students

-Highest Domestic CTC – 66LPA

-Highest Overseas CTC – $150,000

-Average CTC – 20.5 LPA

-Median CTC – 20.0 LPA

-Average CTC (Top 50%) – 25.5 LPA

-26 new recruiters

-30% increase in offers in Finance/BFSI from 2015

-15% of offers in Finance/BFSI in Front-End Investment Banking

-26% of the batch placed in Consulting roles

-25% increase in PPOs accepted from 2015

– Largest recruiters at FMS include EY Consulting(13), Accenture Strategy (9), Star India (8), ITC (7) and M.H. Alshaya (7)


Please find the report in the InsideIIM format below. All names in alphabetical order :


Picture1-banking and fin FMS



Picture2- consulting and gen mgmt FMS



Picture3- FMCG FMS


Picture4- Ecom and Tech FMS



Picture5 FMS


Picture6- Other parameter FMS


In case you wish to point out anomalies in the report, do write in to us at editor(at)insideiim(dot)com. We will try to clarify it with the placement committee/company. Anonymity will be ensured.

Read everything about FMS Delhi here.

Final Placement Reports for the Class of 2015 across schools can be found here.

(Report edited at 18:40 hrs – 24th Feb)

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Ayush Jain

Disclaimr: Not a FMS student.
I really wonder why team has not written their expert comments on this report. I see them mention important stuff on other reports, but why nothing has been written on this one. I have also previously read about how favours IIM-L over FMS and XLRI. Is it because of this rivalry that we see no glorification on this report? Since, FMS has done much much better than last year, I do expect some praises for the college and it’s students.


In general, InsideIIM refrains from giving judgement on the performance of any institute. This was after some furor over their comments on IIM Lucknow’s performance couple of years back. Since then, they only offer clear, objective reporting. Check out the report of IIM Ahmedabad>>all it carries are facts and figures.
Also, there is no evidence to support their preference for IIM L or XLRI over FMS. It is only a portal to help aspirants with no vested interests.


what are the reason iim lucknow iim kozhikode and mdi gurgaon not sharing their placement reports

Team Insideiim

Great question! You should write to the placement committees and ask. Maybe encourage them to share!


Because it is unnecessary to share placement reports with a self proclaimed “We give an unbiased opinion” website which doesn’t manage to gain enough traction with the aspirants. So in essence you give out data, gain nothing because very less aspirants end up seeing that. And placement data is highly confidential. Many companies like Akzonobel, Pernor Ricard, Gallup, coke do not really appreciate the break ups they are offering to be shared everywhere, leave aside with a public forum.


I am curious which is this company offering 66LPA domestic CTC (Which has supposedly skipped all the IIMs and come to FMS!). As far as I know only Morgan Stanley is one such company which has skipped many IIMs n XL to come to FMS (Takes 1 student each from IIMB, IIMC and FMS).