NIFT Counselling 2020 - National Institute of Fashion Technology will start registration for NIFT 2020 counselling first round from fourth week of May to first week of June for B.Des. and B.FTech. The counselling for the first round will start in second week of June. Candidates who will clear both NIFT written entrance exam and the situation test, they will have to appear for NIFT counselling to reserve their seats for admission as per the announced schedule. They will have to take part in NIFT counselling based on the rank they would secure and the category under which they would apply for admission. More than two thousand undergraduate design seats will be offered via admission procedure of NIFT entrance exam 2020. In 2019, candidates securing common rank 1 to 69687 were called for the B.Des. admission while students with common merit rank till 1985 were called for B.FTech admission. The online registration for second round will commence in third week of July 2020 and the counselling will start in fourth week of July. Candidates should read NIFT counselling 2020 to know the complete counselling procedure, documents required and seat allotment.Latest: NIFT Application Form 2020 released on October 23
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Start of round 1 of NIFT 2020 counselling
Fourth week of May to first week of June 2020
Registration for round 2
Third to fourth week of July 2020
Round 2 of NIFT counselling 2020
Fourth week of July 2020
Important Guidelines for NIFT Counselling 2020
NIFT conducts the counselling for offering admissions across all the sixteen campuses. Candidates will not have to pay any registration fee for the first round of NIFT counselling 2020.
For the registration, students have to enter credentials such as form number, date of birth and password. Candidates will also have to select a counselling campus from where they will be participating in the NIFT counselling process. They will receive a system generated letter, SMS and an email on their registered mobile and email ID after successful registration from the authorities.
The qualified candidates will have to visit the chosen campus of NIFT at 9:30 a.m. for document verification and seat allotment. They will be called for counselling based on their merit rank and availability of seat. They can select the seat in presence of the nodal officer by clicking on the computer screen.
Post allocation of the seat, candidates will have to pay full fee at the NIFT campus. They will be issued an allotment letter/receipt duly signed by the nodal officer, which is important to collect.
Details regarding round 2 of NIFT 2020 counselling procedure
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Candidates who have taken admission once and then withdraws, such candidates will not be considered for admission for subsequent rounds.
Round 2 of NIFT counselling 2020 will also be held across all the 16 campuses. Admission process across all the campuses will be coordinated by NIFT Head Office.
Candidates will have to attend the second round of counselling procedure based on merit.
PWD candidates shall not be eligible to participate in the 2nd round of counselling
Differently abled candidates who will be allotted NRI seats in round 1, will not be eligible to participate in the next round.
Candidates participating in the second round are required to register online.
The whole procedure for round 2 of counselling will be same as in the first round, barring the registration fee. Candidates will have to register/re-register by making an online payment of Rs.5,000.
Candidates will have to report at the chosen NIFT campus at 9 AM for document verification and seat allocation.
Candidates who do not wish to change their course/campus that has been allotted to them in round 1, may choose not to participate in the next rounds of counselling. Candidates who already have been allocated a seat and still wish to participate in round 2 can do so from the allotted campus to avoid academic or attendance loss.
The vacant NRI seats will also be offered for admission in round 2.
What are the Documents needed at the time of NIFT Counselling 2020?
Candidates must carry the given below documents and their photocopies at the time of counselling for verification purpose. Post verification, the Institute will return all the original certificates except medical certificate.
Valid PWD certificate
System generated letter/e-mail received by the qualified candidate
Photograph (2 passport and 4 stamp size)
Certificate of passing 10+2/equivalent exam
Copy of 12th class school leaving certificate (only for domicile seats)
Certificate from the prescribed authority showing that he/she belongs to an SC/ST/OBC (Non-Creamy) category
Certificate from the Board from which candidate passed the High School/Higher Secondary Examination
Certificate from the prescribed authority showing that he/she belongs to Economically Weaker Section (EWS) category.
Semester Fee – Demand Draft of Rs. 1,45,950/- (Non-NRI) drawn in favour of the NIFT HO payable at the city of the Counselling
Certificate of clearing 10+2/equivalent examination, showing the subjects offered by him/her in the exam. Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics for B.F.Tech.
Undertaking for the candidate seeking provisional admission-(Annexure-I)
Undertaking from the students as per provisions of anti-ragging (Annexure-II)
Form for withdrawal of admission (Annexure-III)
Undertaking about eligibility, fee and refund (Annexure IV)
Medical fitness certificate in the prescribed format (Annexure VI)
Authorization letter from the candidates, who cannot attend the NIFT counselling 2019 in person (Annexure VII) (not applicable for PWD candidates)
Important- If any of the above-mentioned documents are in a language other than Hindi or English, an authentic translation in any of the mentioned languages should be produced duly verified by the issuing institution/gazetted officer/self-attested by the candidate at the time of NIFT 2020 counselling procedure. It is to be noted that those who fail to submit the translation will not be considered for NIFT admissions 2020.
Withdrawal of Allocated Seat and Fee Refund
If a candidate has taken admission, but wish to cancel the allotted seat, he/she may request for the fee refund. Such candidates will have to report personally for withdrawal and refund at the same campus where admission was taken.
Cancellation of NIFT Admission 2020
Qualifying in the entrance exam does not guarantee admission.
NIFT can deny admission to a candidate at a later stage the institute is dissatisfied with his/her character, past behaviour or antecedents.
Candidates who got admission at NIFT based on the false information or by hiding relevant facts, their admission will be cancelled without any notice by the Director of the campus/Director (admission). The fee deposited will also be forfeited.
Candidates will have to report to the allotted campus within a week of beginning of the session to avoid cancellation of their seat.
Merit will be valid only for the programme for which candidate has appeared. Admission to any other category/course will not be allowed.
NIFT 2020 Seat Intake
Nearly 3,590 seats (including UG and PG) will be allotted in B.Design and B.F.Tech programmes across sixteen campuses. Candidates can check the detailed seat matrix below:
Bachelor of Fashion Technology (B. F. Tech)
Bachelor of Design (B. Design)
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Aspiring candidates can check below the status of available seats in round one and two of NIFT counselling that was held last years so that they get a fair idea about the admission.
NIFT B.Des Available Seats for 2019 admission (Round 2)
July 29, 2019
July 30, 2019
July 31, 2019
NIFT B.F.Tech Available Seats for 2019 admission (Round 1)
Name of the Programmes
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NIFT B.Des Available Seats for 2019 admission (Round 1)
June 19, 2019
June 21, 2019
June 24, 2019
June 25, 2019
June 26, 2019
June 27, 2019
July 1, 2019
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July 13, 2019
NIFT B.Des. available seats for 2019 admissions (round 2)
NIFT B.Des. available seats for 2018 admissions (round 1)
June 11, 2018
June 12, 2018
June 13, 2018
June 14, 2018
June 18, 2018
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June 25, 2018
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June 28, 2018
July 2, 2018
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July 6, 2018
NIFT B.FTech. available seats for 2018 admissions (round 1)
July 10, 2018
July 12, 2018
July 14, 2018
NIFT B.Des. available seats for 2018 admissions (round 2)
NIFT B.FTech. available seats for 2018 admissions (round 2)
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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.
Hope you get it.
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.
Mathematics consists of the pipes and cisterns, work time, simple interest, compound interest, averages, mensuration, set theory, number system, ratio and proportion, ages, profit and loss, speed time, height and distance,mixtures and allegations, trigonometry, upstream & downstream, permutation and combination and probability.
There are 100 questions for B.Des. paper which are divided as follows:
English Comprehension- 25 questions
Quantitative ability- 20 questions
Communication ability- 25 questions
Analytical ability- 15 marks
GK and current affairs- 15 marks
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Hope this helps. All the best!
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