Window for 2021 NIFT Admission Form Correction is Now Open
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NIFT Admission Form Correction window to remain open by January 28. Candidates are allowed to make changes in personal and professional details in the application form during this window. The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has enabled a correction window to allow changes in the application form. Candidates who applied for the exam can use the correction window via the nift.ac.in website. Applicants should remember that applicants can only alter their personal and professional information, but cannot change the exam centre. The examination will be held on February 14. The application window will remain open until 28 January. In addition, if an applicant is found to be ineligible after editing a NIFT submission, the test fee will not be refunded to the candidate. After reviewing the information of all applicants, the NIFT management will release the NIFT Admission Card on the official website on 1st February. The test will be carried out online at the various examination centres across the country. The test is scheduled to be held on February 14.
Steps For NIFT Admission Form Correction:
- Visit the official website nift.ac.in.
- On the homepage, click on the admission Tab
- Then click on 'Registration for Admission-2021'.
- Fill in the required information in the NIFT login window
- Edit the application form and finally submit the NIFT application.
The enrollment process for the National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) entrance examination has been completed yesterday with the late fee. Applicants for this examination could apply online through the official website nift.ac.in. This year, the test will take place on 14 February. The entrance exam consists of three stages. At the first phase, there will be a written test, second group discussion, and third will be personal interview.
Programmes offered under NIFT
The Institute provides six Bachelor of Design (BDS) programmes – secondary design, fashion communication, fashion design, knitwear design, leather design and textile design. In addition, the Institute also provides Undergraduate degrees in Fashion Technology (BFTech) and three Master's degrees in Design (MDes), Master's degree in Fashion Management (MFM) and Master's degree in Fashion Technology (MFTech).
NIFT Exam Pattern
Bachelor of Design (BDes)
- Situation Test
Master of Design (MDes)
Bachelor of Fashion Technology (BFTech)
Master of Fashion Technology (MFTech)
Master of Fashion Management (MFM)