Design Entrance Exam

NIFT 2020 – Application Form, Syllabus & Pattern

What is NIFT Entrance Exam
  • What is NIFT Entrance Exam?
  • NIFT Eligibility Criteria 2020
  • Courses Offered Through NIFT Entrance Exam 2020
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  • NIFT 2020 Admission Process
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Latest Updates NIFT 2020: B.Des, BFTech, MDes, MFM, MFTech

What is NIFT Entrance Exam

What is NIFT Entrance Exam

 Registration Starts  23 Oct 2019
 Registration Ends  31 Dec 2019
 Last Date with Late Fee  04 Jan 2020
 Window to Edit Application Form From 01 Jan 2020 (1200 Hrs)
To 04 Jan, 2020 (1600 Hrs)
 Availablity of Admit Card 10 Jan 2020 [1400 Hrs onwards]
 Written Entrance Exam Date  19 Jan 2020, Sunday
 Window to receive Observations/Objection of GAT  From 22 Jan 2020 (1000 hrs)
To 24 Jan 2020 (1600 hrs)
 Result of Written Test  February/March, 2020
 Situation Test/ GD/ Interview  April/May, 2020
 Declaration of Final Result  End of May/ June 2020

What is NIFT Entrance Exam?

National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) conducts the NIFT entrance exam in order to shortlist aspirants for admission in design programmes offered by it. Each year, more than 20,000 students appear for NIFT exam.

Considered to be a pioneer in fashion education, NIFT has its headquarters in New Delhi. Apart from this city, NIFT has domestic centres at Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Gandhinagar, Hyderabad, Jodhpur, Kangra, Kannur, Patna, Shillong, Raebareli and Srinagar.

On the basis of NIFT exam, candidates can secure admission in courses such as

  • Bachelor of Design (BDes)
  • Bachelor of Fashion Technology (BFTech)
  • Master of Design (MDes)
  • Master of Fashion Management (MFM) and Master of Fashion Technology (MFTech)

NIFT entrance exam is three-tiered in its format for BDes and MDes course admissions. As part of the NIFT entrance exam 2020 for BDes and MDes admissions, candidates need to first appear for Creative Ability Test (CAT) which is followed by a General Ability Test (GAT).

 

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