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NIFT 2020 - National Institute of Fashion Technology released the application form of NIFT 2020 on October 23 in online mode. Candidates can submit their forms till December 31, 2019. The authorities will conduct NIFT entrance exam on January 19, 2020 in pen and paper-based mode. The official notification was released on October 22, 2019. NIFT entrance exam is a gateway for getting admission in bachelor’s courses in Design (B. Des.) and Fashion Technology (B.F. Tech.). The qualified students will get admission in 16 campuses of NIFT across India. They can download NIFT 2020 admit card in online mode on January 10. The authorities will release the result in February/March 2020.
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Around 3,590 seats across Bachelor of Design (B.Des) and Bachelor of Fashion Technology (B.F.Tech) programmes will be allocated on merit basis to students who will qualify NIFT entrance exam. The entrance exam is conducted to test knowledge, skill and aptitude of the candidate for the chosen programme. Every year, nearly 23,000 aspirants appear for the national level NIFT entrance exam. Aspirants, who wish to appear for NIFT 2020 entrance test, can check complete details about the exam including dates, application procedure, eligibility criteria, exam pattern, admit card, selection procedure, preparation tips, seat matrix, result in this article.

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What is NIFT entrance exam?

National Institute of Fashion Technology conducts the NIFT entrance exam to shortlist aspirants for admission in design programmes offered by it. NIFT has its headquarter in Delhi. Besides, the other campuses are situated in Gandhinagar, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Kangra, Chennai, Bhubaneshwar, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Patna, Srinagar, Kannur, Raebareli, Shillong and Kolkata. The qualified candidates can get admission in Bachelor of Design, and Bachelor of Fashion Technology. The entrance exam includes three stages - Creative Ability Test (CAT), General Ability Test (GAT) and situation test. Candidates seeking admission in BF Tech course, they will have to appear in GAT exam only.

NIFT 2020 Entrance Exam Overview

Exam Name

NIFT Entrance Exam

Exam type

Undergraduate

Exam level

National

Conducting body

National Institute of Fashion Technology, Delhi

Total seats

3,590 (including UG & PG programmes, excluding NRI students)

Participating institutes

16 campuses

Application fee

Rs.2000 for General/OBC and Rs.1000 for SC/ST/PWD

Mode of the exam

Pen and Paper

Application Mode

Online

Exam duration

3 hours

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NIFT Important Dates 2020

National Institute of Fashion Technology released the important dates of NIFT 2020 on October 22, 2019. Aspirants who wish to appear for the entrance exam can check the table given below to know the schedule of all the crucial events including written test, application form, admit card, result, counselling, and many more.

NIFT Important Dates

Events

Dates

Start date of NIFT 2020 online application

October 23, 2019(released)

Last date to fill the application form

December 31, 2019

End date to fill the application form with late fee

January 4, 2020

Start and end date to make requisite changes in the application form

January 1 to 4 ,2020

Release date of NIFT 2020 admit card

January 10, 2020 (2 p.m.)

NIFT entrance test 2020 (GAT and CAT)

January 19, 2020

Raise objection for the written testJanuary 22 (10 a.m.) to 24, 2020 (5 p.m.)

NIFT result 2020 for B.Ftech

Feb/March 2020

Registration for NIFT 2020 situation test

Fourth week of March to first week April 2020

Situation Test/Group Discussion/Interview

April-May 2020

Declaration of final result (online)

May/June 2020

Registration for counselling process (round 1)

Fourth week of May to first week of June 2020

Beginning of counselling 2020 first round

May/ June 2020

Counselling process (round 2)

Third week of July 2020

What's new in NIFT 2020

In 2019, approximately 2400 seats were given for B.Des and B.F.Tech programmes whereas 3590 seats (including UG & PG programmes, excluding NRI students) will be offered in 2020.

NIFT Eligibility Criteria 2020

Candidates who wish to apply for NIFT exam, they have to fulfill the prescribed age and educational qualification criteria for the programme they opt. Students must note that the eligibility criteria for B.Des and B.FTech vary, but the age criterion is same for both the programmes. They can check the prescribed eligibility criteria of NIFT admission 2020 below:

NIFT Eligibility Criteria

NIFT Eligibility criteria of B.Des

NIFT Eligibility criteria of B.FTech

Age Criteria - Candidate should be 23 years as on 1st October, 2019. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/ Person with Disability (PWD) categories get five years of relaxation.

Students should have passed 10+2 exam from any recognized Central/ State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education / State Board New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi.

Candidates should have cleared their 12th exam from any recognized Central/State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

OR

Students should have cleared Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects.

OR

Students should hold 3 or 4-years diploma in any branch of Engineering recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education

OR

Candidates should have obtained 3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education.

OR

A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.

OR

Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in foreign countries recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system

OR

Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in foreign countries recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics

OR

General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri-Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level/ International Baccalaureate

OR

General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri-Lanka) at the advanced (A) level with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics / International Baccalaureate (IB).

NIFT Application Form 2020

The application form of NIFT 2020 can be filled now from October 23 to December 31, 2019. Candidates can fill application form with late fee till January 4, 2020. The application fee for NIFT 2020 can be paid through online payment gateway or through bank demand draft issued in favour of “NIFT HO” payable at New Delhi.

  • The fee for General/OBC (Non-Creamy) Category- Rs. 2000 through payment gateway or demand draft

  • The fee for SC/ST/PHP Category- Rs.1000 through payment gateway or Demand Draft

Those who wish to apply for NIFT 2020 via demand draft are required to send the printout of the duly completed application form, along with the demand draft to the following address:

Project Manager - CMS

All India Management Association

Management House,

14, Institutional Area,

Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003

How to fill NIFT Application Form 2020?

Students can follow the steps below to fill the application form of NIFT

Step 1: New candidates should create login ID.

Step 2: Candidates who have already logged in, they have to complete the process of filling online application form.

Step 3: After submitting it, they have to check the status of their application form.

Step 4: After filling the application form, they can download their admit card also.

Applicants should not forget to keep a printout/photocopy of NIFT application form 2020 for future reference, along with the proof of payment.

NIFT 2020 Application Form Correction

Aspirants get the opportunity to review and edit the information in their online application form before making the payment. Once the payment has been made, students will not be allowed to change/modify any information in the application form, excluding the exam centre. The window to edit the application form will open from January 1 to 4, 2020. If any incorrect or false information is found at a later stage, then authorities have the right to cancel the candidature. The details submitted after the closing of the window to edit the application form cannot be edited later.

NIFT Exam Pattern 2020

The written test of NIFT 2020 consists of Creative Ability Test (CAT) and General Ability Test (GAT), which evaluate the knowledge, abilities and design aptitude of test takers. Candidates who wish to take admission in B.Des. have to take both - CAT and GAT, while those looking for admission in B.F.Tech programme have to sit for GAT only. The qualified candidates in both CAT and GAT have to appear for situation test.

Exam Pattern of NIFT 2020 Creative Ability Test (CAT) for Bachelor of Design

This test judges the intuitive ability, observation power in concept development and design ability of the test-takers. Most importantly, it evaluates the creative and innovative use of colour and illustration skills.

Exam Pattern of NIFT 2020 General Ability Test (GAT) for Bachelor of Design

Language

English

Test duration

120 minutes (2 hours)

Sections:

English comprehension

Quantitative ability

Communication ability

Analytical ability

General knowledge and current affairs

Number of questions

25

20

25

15

15

Total

100

Exam Pattern of NIFT 2020 Situation Test for Bachelor of Design

The situation test to evaluate candidates’ material handling and imaginative skills on a given situation with a given set of materials.

Exam Pattern of NIFT 2020 General Ability Test (GAT) for Bachelor of Technology

Language

English

Test duration

3 hours

Sections

  • Quantitative ability

  • Communication ability and English comprehension

  • Analytical and Logical Ability

  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs

  • Case study

Number of questions


30

45



25


25


25

Total

150

Note- There will be no negative marking in the entrance exam.

NIFT Sample Papers 2020

Test takers should download the sample papers of NIFT 2020, which is provided by the National Institute of Fashion Technology. NIFT 2020 sample papers for B.Des and B.FTech entrance exam can be easily downloaded from the link given below. Solving the sample papers gives a fair idea about the actual entrance test and boosts the confidence level.

NIFT Syllabus 2020

Candidates should know that the syllabus for CAT and GAT is not the same. In GAT, the questions from quantitative ability, communication ability, English comprehension, leadership qualities, problem-solving approach, analytical & logical ability, general knowledge and current affairs are asked.In CAT, design & discernment abilities, observation power and creativity are assessed.

NIFT Exam Centres 2020

The paper-based test (PBT) will be held on January 19, across 32 exam cities. A candidate can select only one exam centre for NIFT 2020. At any stage, no request for change in NIFT 2020 exam centre will be entertained, so candidates should be careful while choosing the same.

NIFT Exam Centres

Ahmedabad

Kannur (Kerala)

Hyderabad

Bengaluru

Kolkata

Udaipur

Bhopal

Lucknow

Vadodara

Bhubaneswar

Madurai

Jaipur

Chandigarh

Mumbai

Vishakhapatnam

Chennai

Nagpur

Jammu

Cochin

Patna

Shillong

Coimbatore

Pune

Jodhpur

Dehradun

Raipur

Srinagar (J&K)

Delhi

Ranchi

Kangra

Guwahati

Surat

NIFT Admit Card 2020

The admit card of NIFT 2020 will be available in online mode on January 10. Candidates whose application form will be accepted, they will be able to download NIFT 2020 admit card. They can download admit card by entering any two of the following credentials - application number, registered email ID and date of birth. After downloading the admit card, candidates should take the printout for the same for future reference. They should keep in mind that the authorities do not send the admit card via post. Candidates should not forget to carry the hard copy of the admit card along with a valid ID proof to the exam centre. Candidates without the aforementioned documents will not be allowed to enter the examination hall without the admit card.

How to Download NIFT Admit Card 2020?

Step 1 - Candidates have to visit the official site (nift.ac.in/)

Step 2 - Click on the link ‘NIFT admit card’ to download the hall ticket.

Step 3 - Enter any two of the following credentials - registered email ID, Date of Birth and six-digit application number.

Step 4 - Click on ‘Submit’ button.

Step 5 - NIFT admit card 2020 will reflect on the screen.

Step 6- Click on ‘Download’ button and take a printout of the same

NIFT Preparation Tips 2020

Following a few effective tips will help candidates do well in the exam. Some of the tips are given below, candidates can read them and incorporate them in their preparation.

1) Sketch a lot - Sketch whatever idea comes to your mind. Try sketching new stuff, go through journals, website and magazines to come up with new ideas. Get ideas from advertisements and posters you see.

2) Detailing - A work of art and beauty get enriched when combined with detailing. Give enough amount of attention to detailing wherever required, be it human face or outfit.

3) Speed - Improve your speed. If you are not able to pen down your ideas steadily, your efforts are in futile. The main purpose is to present your imagination and uniqueness within a limited time frame. Ensure that you are able to complete the work smoothly without getting nervous.

4) Solve Sample Paper - Solve past years' sample papers to boost your confidence and understand the exam pattern and types of questions asked in the entrance exam.

NIFT Exam day Guidelines

1) Candidates should carry clear printout of NIFT admit card to the exam centre. No candidate will be allowed inside the exam centre without the same.

2) They should also carry ID proof, along with the admit card. Candidates can carry any one of the following identity proofs:

  • Student ID card issued by current school/college
  • Driving License
  • Aadhar Card
  • Voters ID Card

3) Stationery: Candidates need to carry their own stationery to their NIFT exam centre. Candidates appearing for BFTech shoudl carry

  • Ballpoint pen
  • Pencil
  • Eraser

Candidates appearing for BDes are allowed to carry the below mentioned stationery

  • Ball point pen
  • Lead pencils
  • Dry colours
  • Eraser
  • Sharpeners
  • Ruler

NIFT Result 2020

NIFT Result 2020 for bachelor of design programme will be announced in Feb/March. The shortlisted candidates for B.Des admission will have to appear for situation test, the registration for which will start from fourth week of March to first week of April. The final result will be announced in May/June. GAT is the final test for selection for B.FTech admission.

How to Check NIFT 2020 Result?

Step 1 - Visit official website of NIFT. (https://nift.ac.in)

Step 2 - Click on ‘NIFT result 2020’ tab.

Step 3 - Candidates have to enter the following credentials- roll number and date of birth

Step 4 - Click on ‘Submit’ button.

Step 5 - The result will reflect on the screen

NIFT Situation Test 2020

Candidates can download the call letter for situation test by entering their roll numbers, date of birth and application numbers. Candidates can register for the same from fourth week of March 2020 to first week of April 2020. Candidates will have to click on the link that will be provided in this article and then enter their email address, date of birth, roll number and verification code. Post this, candidates will have to click on ‘Submit’ button. Next, candidates can select the city and the date on which they wish to appear for the situation test. It will be held in April/May 2020 in Kolkata and Bhubneshwar.

Test-wise Weightage given to NIFT Entrance Test 2020

The weightage assigned to each test in the final merit list of NIFT 2020 is as under:

Programme

Test

Weightage

Bachelor of Design

CAT

50%

GAT

30%

Situation Test

20%

Bachelor of Fashion Technology

GAT

100%

In case of tie in scores, the older candidate (as per date of birth) will be given preference.

NIFT Cutoff 2020

NIFT cutoff refers to the category and campus-wise closing rank, which is released by the Institute. NIFT 2020 cutoff will help candidates know the last merit rank required for admissions in a particular programme and campus. NIFT cutoff or the closing ranks will be released in online mode during the counselling procedure. Candidates can follow the given below steps to check the cutoff:

  • Visit the official website ( nift.ac.in)

  • Click on the link for downloading the cutoff.

  • NIFT 2020 cutoff will appear as a PDF file on the screen, which can be downloaded or printed.

NIFT Counselling 2020

NIFT counselling first round will start in May/ June 2020. The registration for first round of NIFT 2020 will start from fourth week of May to first week of June. The dates for second round will be announced after completion of the first round. Candidates have to attend NIFT as per the announced schedule. They will have to carry the requisite documents during the counselling for verification purpose.

NIFT Programmes Offered & Seat Matrix

A total of 3,590 seats across B.Des. and B.FTech. programmes are allocated as per the set guidelines for seat reservation of NIFT admission 2020. The details are given in the table below:

NIFT Seat Reservation

Category

Seat Reservation

Differently Abled Person

5% horizontal reservation for Differently Abled Person (with 40% or more disability) cutting across all sections, i.e., SCs, STs, OBCs Non-Creamy and General category. Campus and programme will be allotted on rotation at NIFT’s discretion.

Scheduled Tribe

7.50%

Scheduled Caste

15%

Foreign National/SAARC/NRI candidates (supernumerary)

15%

State Domicile (Supernumerary)

20%

OBC-Non Creamy Layer

27%

NIFT 2020 State Domicile Preferential Seats- As much as 20 percent seats, that is six supernumerary seats along with 30 seats will be allocated to the candidates as state domicile preferential seats who belong to the states where the below mentioned campuses are located:

NIFT Campuses

States

Bhopal

Madhya Pradesh

Jodhpur

Rajasthan

Bhubaneswar

Odisha

Kannur

Kerala

Kangra

Himachal Pradesh

Shillong

Meghalaya

Patna

Bihar

Srinagar*

Jammu and Kashmi*

*35% seats within 30 seats will be offered for admission as state domicile preferential seats to the candidates belonging to Jammu & Kashmir (J&K).

NIFT Programmes Offered & Seat Matrix

A total of 3,590 seats (including UG & PG programmes, excluding NRI students) are allocated in B.Des and B.F.Tech programmes that are offered across 16 campuses of NIFT.

NIFT Seat Matrix 2020

Programme

Specialisation

Total Seats

B.Des.

Knitwear Design

296

Fashion Communication

598

Textile Design

558

Fashion Design

642

Leather Design

168

Accessory Design

600

B.F.Tech.

Apparel Production

518

Candidates can check below list of programmes with seats offered at each campus–

Programme

Campus

Seats

State Domicile

NRI/OCI/Foreign/Nationals/SAARC

Bachelor of Design (Fashion Design)

New Delhi

37

-5

Mumbai

37

-5

Kolkata

37

-5

Kannur

34

73

Hyderabad

37

-5

Gandhinagar

37

-5

Bengaluru

37

-5

Raebareli

37

-5

Shillong

34

73

Patna

34

73

Kangra

34

73

Jodhpur

34

73

Bhubaneswar

34

73

Srinagar

24

135

Chennai

37

-5

Bachelor of Design (Leather Design)

Kolkata

37

-5

Chennai

37

-5

Raebareli

37

-5

New Delhi

37

-5

Bachelor of Design (Accessory Design)

Mumbai

3

-5

New Delhi

37

-5

Kolkata

37

-5

Hyderabad

37

-5

Gandhinagar

37

-5

Bhopal

34

73

Bengaluru

37

-5

Raebareli

37

-5

Shillong

34

73

Patna

34

73

Kangra

34

73

Jodhpur

34

73

Bhubaneswar

34

73

Chennai

37

-5

Bachelor of Design (Textile Design)

New Delhi

37

-5

Mumbai

37

-5

Kolkata

37

-5

Kannur

34

73

Hyderabad

37

-5

Gandhinagar

37

-5

Bhopal

34

73

Bengaluru

37

-5

Patna

34

73

Kangra

34

73

Jodhpur

34

73

Bhubaneswar

34

73

Chennai

37

-5

Bachelor of Design (Knitwear Design)

Bengaluru

37

-5

Chennai

37

-5

Hyderabad

37

-5

Kannur

34

73

Kolkata

37

-5

Mumbai

37

-5

New Delhi

37

-5

Bachelor of Design (Fashion Communication)

New Delhi

37

-5

Mumbai

37

-5

Kolkata

37

-5

Kannur

34

73

Hyderabad

37

-5

Gandhinagar

37

-5

Bengaluru

37

-5

Raebareli

37

-5

Patna

34

73

Kangra

34

73

Jodhpur

34

73

Bhubaneswar

34

73

Srinagar

24

135

Chennai

3

-5

Bachelor of Fashion Technology (Apparel Production)

New Delhi

37

-5

Mumbai

37

-5

Kolkata

37

-5

Kannur

35

73

Hyderabad

37

-5

Gandhinagar

37

-5

Bengaluru

37

-5

Patna

34

73

Kangra

35

73

Jodhpur

35

73

Bhubaneswar

35

73

Chennai

37

-5


Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - NIFT 2020

Question: 1. Is Physics, Chemistry and Maths required in 12th for appearing in NIFT exam?

Answer:

Yes, if you are appearing for B.FTech whereas PCM is not required in B.Des.

Question: 2. What salary I would be offered after completing fashion design course from NIFT Delhi?

Answer:

Your minimum starting monthly salary would range between 25K-35K.

Question: 3. Which NIFT campus is the best in India for a bachelor degree?

Answer:

These five campuses of NIFT are the most preferred among toppers-

1. New Delhi

2. Mumbai

3. Bengaluru

4. Gandhinagar

5. Hyderabad

Question: 4. How many candidates appear for NIFT exam every year?

Answer:

As per the official data, around 22,000 students appear in NIFT entrance exam for admissions to a total of 35no seats. 

Question: 5. What if I mention wrong category in the application form? Will I get a chance to correct it?

Answer:

No need to worry, of course, you can change the category as NIFT will provide the window to update/edit application form January 1 to 4, 2020. You can edit your category during this time period.

Question: 6. How many times NIFT entrance exam is conducted in a year?

Answer:

NIFT exam is conducted only once a year. 

Question: 7. Is NIFT a government college?

Answer:

Yes, NIFT is a Government Institute, under Ministry of Textiles,Govt of India.

Question: 8. How should I prepare for NIFT entrance exam?

Answer:

Candidates should follow the given points below to excel in the exam: 

  • Know the syllabus - They should have NIFT syllabus at their fingertips 
  • Make time table according to syllabus - Allot equal time to each subject.
  • Make Notes - Making notes is  important as it enables you to revise your syllabus quickly.
  • Practice Regularly - Give at least 4 to 5 hours daily to get good marks.

Question: 9. Is there any age limit for appearing in NIFT 2020?

Answer:

Candidates should be 23 years as on October 1, 2019. Applicants falling under scheduled caste/scheduled tribe/ person with disability (PWD) categories, they get age relaxation of five years. 

Question: 10. Who can apply for NIFT entrance exam?

Answer:

Students should have passed class 12 exam from nay recognized Central/ State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education / State Board New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi. Students applying for BF Tech course should have Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics in their 12 class. 

Question: 11. What are the courses offered at NIFT?

Answer:

The courses that are offered in the institute are: 

  • Bachelor of Design – B. Des (Fashion Design / Leather Design /Accessory Design /Textile Design /Knitwear Design /Fashion Communication)
  • Bachelor of Fashion Technology – B.F. Tech.

Question: 12. How many times can I appear for NIFT entrance exam?

Answer:

You can appear for NIFT entrance as many times you wish provided that your age should not exceed 23 years as on 1st October, 2019. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/ Person with Disability (PWD) categories get five years of relaxation.

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Ashish pal Student Expert 6th Dec, 2019

Hello dear aspirant.

For a exam like NIFT one month is a very less time. But if you work hard and smart . You can surely get success. First of all make a proper time table that you will study 14-16hrs daily. Ten after solve at least two previous year papers daily. Join a test series and see how are the results.

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thomas joy 4th Dec, 2019
Hi Gunjan,
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For GAT the topics like English comprehension, Quantitative ability, mathematics, General Knowledge and current affairs are asked.


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Kanupriya Gupta 4th Dec, 2019

Dear Aspirant,

The NIFT entrance exam is a pen and paper test with two papers- Creative Aptitude Test (CAT) and General Aptitude Test (GAT). For B.Des. and M.Des., GAT is conducted for 2 hours and for B.F.Tech., M.F.M., and M.F.Tech., GAT is conducted for 3 hours because of the differences in the weightage. The number of questions also differ from course to course.

CAT evaluates your creativity and deigning aptitude. This is important if you are seeking Bachelors of Design as your course.  Your intuition skills and observation skills should be put into practice to achieve good marks in the same. Colour and illustration skills become important and will also be evaluated in this.

GAT evaluates the academic aptitude like Mathematics (class 10th level), Reasoning, English Language and Comprehension. It also consists of GK, current affairs and the knowledge of the fashion industry.

English consists of spot the error, sentence correction, analogies, syntax, synonyms, antonyms, idioms and phrases, one word substitution, fill in the blanks, spelling errors, grammar and arranging the sentences or passages in the correct order.

Reasoning consists of verbal and non-verbal series, directions, ranking, calendar, sitting arrangement, coding-decoding, cubes and dices, clocks, syllogism, puzzles, blood relations, eligibility criteria, line counting, graph and related things.

GK and Current Affairs section apart from the GK and current affairs, also consists of questions based on fashion. Be aware of TV endorsements and their taglines used for different products in the same, fashion terminology, entertainment events, brands, logos, celebrities, Miss Universe, Miss World and fashion trends both which are in and out. Other than that, be thorough with current affairs consisting of the political, economic and social situation and also with sports, culture and history of India.

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Hi Akshita,
NIFT entrance exam is for getting admission is the national institute Institute of Fashion Technology. NIFT has almost 16 campuses all over India and is a leader in Fashion technology courses in India.

The NIFT exam has three parts creative Ability Test (CAT), General ability test (GAT) and Situation Test.

Creative ability test is for  3 hours in which your designing skills and your innovative ideas are tested, this exam is done with paper and pencil.

General ability test (GAT)in which the Analytical ability, General knowledge and English comprehension is tested, this exam is for 2 hours So having a good English proficiency and solving Quantitative analytical questions will help you to get good marks in NIFT exam.

After this  test, the shortlisted candidates have to appear for situation test in which creative development, innovative ideas of a product has to be explained and the skills of a candidate will be closely evaluated.
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NIFT exam pattern consists of three different levels of exam Creative Ability Test (CAT), General Ability Test (GAT) and Situation Test. The institute assesses candidates knowledge, skill and aptitude through this national-level design aptitude exam.

In GAT exam includes Sections like:
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Analytical ability
General knowledge and current affairs

NIFT Exam Pattern for Situation Test

The shortlisted candidates in CAT and GAT for Bachelor of Design will have to take situation test. It judges test-takers ability to handle the given set of materials along with innovation in a particular situation. Candidates must note that they are not allowed to carry any additional material. Evaluation of the model is done on the basis of space visualization, creativity, uniqueness, finishing, element composition, construction, colour scheme, and a lot more.

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