In view of the current times FORE School decides to revise fees for the new batch
Existing students encouraged to take up virtual Internships
In view of the prevailing COVID-19 pandemic situation, FORE School of Management has decided to continue with old fee structure and not implement the new increased fees for students taking admissions to PGDM/ PGDM-IB/ PGDM-FM programs in Academic Year (AY) 2020-21. Students seeking admission now has to pay a lac less than what is mentioned in admission notices and brochure.
According to Prof. Dr. Sanghamitra Buddhapriya, Dean Academics, “We have decided to continue with the old fee structure for the batch taking admission in AY 2020-21 instead of the new fees announced in September 2019, when the applications were opened for admissions this year. We are sensitive towards the current situation and in this moment of the crisis, we decide to stand beside our students and offer all possible support from our end. Considering the present situation, the selected students are allowed to make the payment of their first installment within 10 days of lifting the lockdown.”
A helpline number is available to assist students facing problems in paying fees or availing education loans from banks offering co lateral free loans to students with an offer letter from the institute.
The current batch of students is connected with mentors and faculties through online platforms who are being encouraged to continue with their learning process by picking up virtual summer internships. The institute has also set up guidelines for rewarding students undertaking V-SIP (Virtual Summer Internship Program) projects.
The placements for the class of 353 in the 2018-20 batch of PGDM, PGDM IB, and PGDM-FM was completed much before the COVID 19 lockdown. The highest salary offered was Rupees 30 Lac per annum while the average salary offered was Rupees 10.6 lac per annum.