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Get Ready for Intensive Yet Fun-Tastic Two Years at FORE School of Management

Daily life of MBA students can be quite tough. However, life at FORE (Foundation for Organisational Research and Education) School of Management, is an evolutionary process of a different kind! It offers something which can’t be experienced any other way. Ask any FOREian and they’d come up with all kinds of jargons and examples to describe it.

The process of learning and honing management skills at FORE is always full of energy and enthusiasm. Day in and day out you are going through presentations, case studies, classes, group discussions…… the list is endless! However, regardless of how intensive it all seems, there is not one student who doesn’t enjoy the entire process.

Furthermore, if you take a closer look, there is much more to FORE than what meets the eye - exciting events, committees, gruelling schedules, dhabas, functions….. You need to go through those two years of management education at FORE to truly get a grasp of what we are talking about here!

Let’s tell you about some of the ways in which FORE makes sure that your two years here don’t see a dull moment ever:

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Various Student Committees managed by the Student Council

This council comprises of all the students of the FORE school of Management, including coordinators, vice president and president of various students’ committees. Driven entirely by the students, this council helps in enhancing the students’ thinking, leadership and managerial skills, through organisation of multiple events throughout the academic year. The aim is to give students hands-on experience in dealing with the corporates, creating plans, managing events, making critical decisions and planning and executing budgets.

The various committees that come under this student council are:

Antar: The social responsibility committee which conducts various events such as blood donation camps, nukkad natak competitions, plantation drives, CSR plan competitions, face-paintings based on social issues, shelter home visits and activities, fun and entertainment programs for old age home residents and more.

Centre for Entrepreneurship Development: It organises various competitions, seminars, workshops and activities to foster innovation and creativity among students, helping them develop an entrepreneurial mindset.

Corporate Interaction Division: It organises interactive sessions with corporates to bridge the gap between the corporate and the academic world.

FORE Sports and Cultural Division: It works towards re-energising students, helping them with the stress of academic life, through organisation of multiple sports and cultural events such as badminton, chess, cricket, table tennis, carrom, SPIC-MACAY cultural shows, ‘Genesis’ the B-Fest etc., all through the year.

FORE Tech: It’s the technical division committee at FORE which organises multiple events to help students gain better insight into the latest technological advancements throughout the world.

FORE Word: FORE’s student editorial board, it keeps constant track of every event taking place in the management school, and publishes a newsletter every quarter. Other than that, it also organises multiple literary events such as article writing competitions, debates, vocabulary quizzes and more.

Nexus: A platform that gives FORE students the opportunity of explore all the nitty-gritties of management. The core objective of this committee is to give students a platform where they can develop themselves culturally, creatively and intellectually.

Think Tank: This is the business competitions committee that organises multiple events such as multi-domain quizzes, case study simulations and competitions. It works towards helping students get a first-hand experience in solving business problems.

FORE Connect: It’s a student forum which facilitates mutually beneficial bonds between FORE students and the outside world. It uses various social media forums to articulate the experiences and life of present and former FORE students.

FORE Economy and Finance Forum: This is a Special Interest Group managed by the FORE students. It conducts various game-related events surrounding mergers & acquisitions, stock markets, simulations, banking and more, to inform, provide knowledge and evoke interest among students about the goings-on in the world of finance and economy.

FORE Operations & Strategy Group: This committee organises various activities aimed at helping students to learn and master the nuances of strategy building, negotiation, risk management and operations.

International Business Forum: The variety of activities and events conducted by IBF ensure that FORE students are always updated about the latest trends and business scenarios across the world.

Personality Enhancement Cell: As can be inferred, this student committee prepares and grooms students for success in placement sessions. It organizes group discussions, workshops, seminars, news bulletins, mock interviews, newsroom sessions and more on a regular basis to help students enhance their capabilities in every possible way.

SIG-HR: One of the special interest groups at FORE, it organises activities to create awareness about HR and do away with the myths surrounding this discipline.

SIGMa: This marketing-focused special interest group at FORE is all about creativity. It organises multiple marketing events all through the academic year, involving well-known faces from the corporate world.

SIG-IP: Another special interest group at FORE, this one is focused on Investment and Portfolio. It aims at giving students the right exposure and opportunities in the domains of portfolio management, investment analysis, risk management and stock markets.


Freshers’ Night

The event that works as an icebreaker between the freshers and seniors, both at informal and formal level, Freshers’ Night is a time when new students can finally let their hair down after a gruelling admission process. It’s a day which stays fresh in the memory of all FORE students.


Jubilate is FORE’s Annual Alumni Meet, wherein FOREians from India as well as abroad return to their alma mater, and revisit the most amazing years of their student lives.


Anubhuti sessions are organised by FORE School’s Corporate Interaction Division, with the idea of giving future managers a taste of daily life in the corporate world. Representatives from well-known corporates share about their first-hand industry experiences with the students, inside the college premises.

FORE School of Management FAQs

Q.  How to apply for FORE School’s two-year full-time PGDM program?
A. The admission to FORE School’s two-year full-time PGDM Program involves the following steps:

Submit an application to the FORE School of Management

Take GMAT, XAT or CAT examination

Candidates are short-listed based on their scores in the above exams

Short-listed candidates are called for the selection process

The final selection is done based on students’ GMAT / XAT / CAT score, work experience, academic performance and how well they perform in the selection process.

Q.  What is the eligibility criteria?
A. You should have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, having scored minimum 50% marks; apart from a valid GMAT / XAT / CAT score for the corresponding year.

Q.  Are final year graduation students allowed to apply?
A. Yes, final year graduation students can apply. If they clear the selection process, they’d be granted provisional admission subject to clearing the graduation percentage criteria.

Q.  Are FORE PGDM programs AICTE approved?
A. Yes, all the PGDM programs offered by FORE School of Management are AICTE approved