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5. MFC DU, Delhi
The Department of Financial Studies (DFS), under the prestigious Delhi University, has been an institution of learning for students who aspire to enhance their managerial efficacy in the finance industry. For the past two decades, DFS has been providing the industry with qualified, proficient and dedicated finance professionals through a full-time two-year Master of Finance and Control (MFC) Programme.

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College Fee: Rs. 20, 000 P.A.
Avg. Salary: Rs. 9.2 Lacs 
Reputation: Very Good
Exams: CAT
ROI : Very Good


Selection Process
Along with CAT score, MFC selection process also involves GD/PI.
Stage:1 - Shortlisting of Candidates based on CAT

As per 2015 selection process of MFC, Candidates are selected for 2nd round based on their CAT score.
Expected CAT Cutoff Percentile for MFC at DU: 92+
Stage:2 - Group Discussion / Personal Interview  

The candidates shortlisted in Stage-1 will have to appear for an in-person assessment that may consist of a group activity and personal interview to be held at Delhi.
Final Selection:
The final selection is based on the cumulative performance of the candidate in their Score in CAT as well as the group discussion and personal interview round. 

Website: http://mfc.edu/index.php
 


6. MBE, DU Delhi
The Department of Business Economics, under the prestigious University of Delhi, pioneered the Masters Program in Business Economics, MBE, combining fundamentals of economic analysis with the practical aspects of business. Over the years, the department has evolved into a mature management institute with national reputation, imparting high quality education to the students.

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College Fee: Rs.20, 000 P.A.
Avg. Salary: Rs. 8.2 Lacs
Reputation: Very Good
Exams: CAT
ROI : Very Good



Selection Process
MBE selection process too doesn't involves too many parameters. The Selection Process involves 2 Stages:
Stage:1 - Shortlisting of Candidates based on CAT score
 

As per 2015 selection process of MBE, Candidates are selected for 2nd round based on their score in CAT.
Expected CAT Cutoff Percentile for MBE at DU: 90+
 Stage:2 - Group Discussion / Personal Interview
Shortlisted candidates based on their CAT score are then called for a Group discussion and Personal interview round

Final Selection: 
The final selection is based on the cumulative performance of the candidate in their Score in CAT as well as the group discussion and personal interview round.

Website: http://www.mbe-du.org/


 

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