NIFT 2019: Exam Dates, Application Form, Pattern, Syllabus

Entrance Briefing

About NIFT 2019:
National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) is a premier institution in fashion education. The institution offers bachelor’s and master’s courses in design and fashion technology. Admission in the 16 campuses of NIFT is done through NIFT entrance examination. National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) conducts NIFT entrance exam in order to shortlist aspirants for admission in design programmes in the 16 campuses of NIFT. Courses offered on the campuses of NIFT at UG and PG level are as follows-
  • Bachelor of Design (B.Des)
  • Bachelor of Fashion Technology (B.F.Tech)
  • Master of Design (M.Des)
  • Master of Fashion Management (MFM)
  • Master of Fashion Technology (M.F.Tech)

NIFT 2019 Schedule:
Event
Date
NIFT 2018 Online Application begins
October 20, 2018
Last Date to submit Application Form
December 28, 2018
Correction Of Application Form
December 29, 2018
Last Date of Online Registration with late fee
January 03, 2019
NIFT 2018 Admit card available from
January 10, 2019
NIFT 2019 Scheduled Exam Date
January 20, 2019
Written Entrance Examination Result
March 2019
Situation Test/ Group Discussion/ Interview
April/May 2019
Declaration of Final Result (Online)
May/June 2019
Counselling Session Starts
June 2019 onwards


NIFT 2019 Admit Card:
The admit card for NIFT 2019 will be available for the candidates on the official website of NIFT. Those candidates who have successfully completed their registration can get the admit cards by logging in to the official website of NIFT. The admit card is a mandatory document for the entrance exam. No students will be allowed to appear in the exam without the admit card.

How To Download NIFT 2019 Admit Card Online?
  • Go to the official website of NIFT
  • From the tabs, find & click on ‘NIFT 2019 Admit Card’ Tab
  • Log in to the site using required information
  • Review and download the admit card shown on the screen

NIFT 2019 Syllabus:
The Scope of the different sections of the General Ability Test (GAT) are listed below; the level of difficulty of questions posed may vary from course to course.
  • Quantitative Ability consists of questions on basic mathematical functions like Addition, Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Percentage, Rate of Interest, Work and Task, Ratio and Proportion, and Distance.
  • Communication Ability and English Comprehension test the language skills of candidates in terms of daily use of English as a medium of communication. It evaluates the candidates’ knowledge of synonyms, antonyms, and words and their meanings, singular/plural words, one-word substitutes, idioms and common phrases, correct spellings, reading comprehension etc.
  • Analytical Ability and Logical Ability puts to test the candidates’ competence in applying logic and inferring facts from given information, as well as ability in problem identification and applying reason to arrive at a solution for the problem. Creative and lateral thinking will come in handy for candidates in this section.
  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs section would review the candidates’ awareness in terms of general and current affairs.
  • The Case Study section would provide a real-life industry situation to candidates aiming to gauge the candidates’ management skills.
  • Some questions from the engineering as well would be posed for M. F. Tech program.

NIFT 2019 Exam Pattern:
NIFT 2019 entrance exam attempts to test the knowledge, aptitude, and skills of the candidates for the chosen program. As such, the entrance test is split into three stages, viz. Written test, Situation test, and Group Discussion/Personal Interview. The written test is further split into Creative Ability Test (CAT), and General Ability Test (GAT):
  • Written Test
  • Creative ability test (CAT): CAT (Creative Ability Test) aims to evaluate the candidates’ observing power in the development of a concept, as well as their intuitive, and design ability. Candidates’ illustrative skills and creativity in the use of colour are important aspects of CAT.
  • General ability test (GAT): GAT (General Ability Test) gauges the candidates’ general aptitude and quantitative, communicative and analytic skills apart from knowledge in general & current happenings.
  • Situation test: This exam is designed to evaluate and test a candidate’s skills for material handling and innovative ability as per the given situation with the material provided.
  • Group Discussion/ Personal Interview

NIFT 2019 Cut Off:
The cut off is the minimum mark required to be eligible for the counselling session and admission procedure. The NIFT 2019 Cut Off will be declared soon after the release of the result. The cut off list will differ as per the participating college participated in the exam. The cut off is expected to be released in the month of March. The students can check the cut off on the official website. The cut off will help the authorities to shortlist the candidates for the counselling session.

NIFT 2019 Application Form:
  • Applicants are required to log in using the registered email ID and DOB for filling NIFT 2019 application form.
  • You need to enter the verification code and click on the ‘Submit’ button.
  • The personal details provided while registering for NIFT 2019 are already filled.
  • Details including test centre preference, parents’ information, gender, academic particulars and contact information should be filled.
  • Candidates should carefully read the declaration, and click on the checkbox of ‘I agree’.
  • They should click on the ‘Save’ button after cross verifying the information.

NIFT 2019 Counselling:
NIFT 2019 Counselling is expected to commence from June 2019. Candidates are required to register through the official website in order to participate in the counselling process. The candidates need to enter their choice of campus for the counselling session. A System generated letter will be issued to shortlisted candidates with all details regarding counselling schedule and documents required for verification.

Though the institute does not charge any fee for the primary round of counselling, however each subsequent round of counselling would be charged at the rate of INR 5000. Further details of counselling like the mode, dates, and procedure will be available on the website in due course.

Documents required in originals along with photocopies for NIFT 2019 Counselling process:
  • All Academic Certificates up to qualifying examination. In case of final exam appearing candidate whose result is due, all original mark sheet of the previous semester/years needs to be presented along with the date sheet/admit card for examination.
  • Demand Draft of requisite fee in favour of ‘NIFT HO’. Payable at New Delhi has to be submitted. The candidate’s name, counselling date, contact number, program name, NIFT Rank and Roll Number should be clearly mentioned at the back of DD.
  • Proof of DOB
  • Documents in prescribed format, in support of the claim of reservation.
  • Parents Income Certificate as the basis for Tuition Fee funding.
  • Medical certificate in prescribed format issued by a Registered Medical Practitioner.
  • Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of Rs.10/- for seeking only provisional admission in case the qualifying examination result is due.
  • Anti-Ragging Declaration and Declaration regarding Fee Refund.

NIFT 2019 Result:
NIFT Result is expected to be announced by March 2019. Candidates can access their results from their individual login on the official website. The steps involved in the process are:
Step II: Click on the tab ‘Result 2019’.
Step III: Enter details as demanded on-screen.
Step IV: the result would be displayed on the screen.
Step V: Download the result and obtain a printout.

NIFT 2019 Answer Key:
The Answer Key is the collection of the right answers to the questions of the exam. The answer key helps the students to evaluate their performance and score in the exam. However, there has been no declaration regarding NIFT 2019 Answer Key. Once released, the details will be updated here.

NIFT 2019 Eligibility:
For B.Des / B.F.Tech:
  • The candidate must have qualified 10+2, GCE examination. 3 or 4 years of diploma holder candidates are also eligible to apply.
  • The maximum age limit is 23 years. Five years relaxation in upper age limit will be provided to SC/ST and PwD candidates.
For PG Course:
  • There is no age limit for PG courses.
  • The candidate needs a UG degree in any discipline or UG diploma of minimum 3-year duration from NIFT/NID to get admission.
M.Des/MFM:
  • The candidate should have qualified B.F.Tech from NIFT or BE/B. Tech from any recognized institution to study M.F. Tech.

NIFT 2019 FAQs:
Q: Can I select more than one programme?
A: No, more than one programme cannot be selected. 

Q: Does NIFT provide any relaxation in the application fee for OBC category?
A: No, there is no fee relaxation for OBC and general category candidates.

Q: Can the exam centre be changed after submission of the NIFT application form?
A: A candidate cannot change the test centre after submitting the form.

Q: Is it mandatory to send the printout of the application form?
A: You have to send the printout of the filled NIFT 2018 application form along with demand draft only if you have paid the fee via DD.
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Ability to understand complexity identifies the problem, generate alternatives, evaluate options and select solutions.  Know how to prepare for UCEED-2019 UCEED Cut-off 2019: UCEED cutoffs are released on the official website of the design entrance examination. IIT Bombay has released the cutoffs for UCEED 2019 exam online. Candidates can view UCEED cutoffs by clicking on the tab –Admission List for UCEED. UCEED rank list will be prepared basis total marks scored by candidates in Undergraduate Common Entrance Examination for Design (UCEED). IIT Bombay officials release a single rank list for the exam but category-wise UCEED cutoffs are mentioned in the exam’s rank list. The official UCEED website informs: “Only candidates who score the minimum prescribed marks in each Section of the question paper and minimum total marks will be included in the rank list. The minimum prescribed marks vary with the category. The official website informs: “the UCEED Committee reserves the right to decrease the minimum percentage of marks in each section as well as the minimum total marks such that 10×N ranks can be announced, where N is the total number of available seats”. The minimum marks that aspirants need to secure in order to make it to the rank list of UCEED exam is as mentioned below: UCEED Counseling: After UCEED result is announced, candidates can download their UCEED scorecard from the official website of the exam. The scorecard of UCEED Exam consists of the candidate’s name, roll number, score and UCEED rank. Aspirants who find a place for themselves in UCEED 2019 merit list need to fill a common BDes course application form. The joint Seat Allocation process is conducted to offer admission to aspirants in B.Des course basis their UCEED 2019 ranks. Informing about the same, the official website of Undergraduate Common Entrance Examination for Design (UCEED) states: “The UCEED Office, IIT Bombay will process the common application form and carry out the joint seat allocation process”. After candidates complete the application process, they need to take part in three seat allotment rounds in order to secure admission in B.Des programmes. UCEED 2019 seat allotment round ends when seats are filled in colleges accepting UCEED Ranks for admission. UCEED 2019 seat Allocation Application Processing Fee       For all categories & genders Rs 1000 FAQs: Are there any books that I can study to prepare for UCEED? UCEED is a design aptitude test. Aptitude tests assume that individuals have inherent strengths and weaknesses, and are naturally inclined toward success or failure in certain areas based on their inherent characteristics. Except for the syllabus section 'Environmental and social awareness' which will test your general awareness of the topics outlined under it, the remaining five sections will test your aptitude. Consequently, there are no text or reference books that we can recommend. I appeared for UCEED 2018 but did not qualify. Can I appear for UCEED 2019? Yes, you can, provided you meet the age and year of passing qualification certificate criteria as mentioned here. However, do note that a candidate can attempt UCEED for a maximum of two times only and that too in consecutive years and that the UCEED score is valid only for admissions in the corresponding academic year. I do not have a birth certificate for proof of date of birth. What should I do? If you do not have a birth certificate you can upload the copy of passport or copy of Aadhaar Card or the copy of X class mark sheet/school leaving certificate showing your date of birth. I am studying XII Class under the National Open School or as a Private Candidate under State Board. Where should I get the Annexure 1 certified? Candidates who will be appearing for their Class XII (or equivalent) in 2019 under the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) should get the Annexure 1 certified from the Regional NIOS Board Office or the Regional State Education Board Office.

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About VITEEE 2019:VITEEE-2019 is a Common Entrance Exam which is held for the admission to courses offered at VIT Vellore Campus, Chennai Campus, VIT-Bhopal and VIT-AP as per the order of merit and availability. Vellore Institute of Technology has already been released its application form for 2019 on October 28 both online and offline mode and the last date for applying for VITEEE 2019 is March 18. Candidates can correct their errors made in VITEEE 2019 application form till February 28. Click here to Register for VITEEE 2019.

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