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To emerge as a centre of excellence and

innovation, proactively catalysing growth
of fashion business through leadership in
professional education with concern for
social and human values
Message from Chairman

For millennia India’s major industry reflecting its craftsmanship and culture has
been its textiles and clothing manufacture and today the National Institute of
Fashion Technology is the leader in the development of human resources for its
future growth.

NIFT focuses on imparting to students the latest in technology and innovation in

all aspects of integrating the entire value chain from fibre to fabric to fashion for
the textile industry. Students are also encouraged to respect and derive the best
from our own traditional arts and handicrafts.

NIFT is a pioneer and the undisputed leader in Fashion Education for the last
30 years in India. Starting in 1986 from a single location in New Delhi, today it
provides an environment for creative excellence and fashion technology innovation
to the young minds at the 16 campuses across the geographical expanse of India.
NIFT has continuously strived to adopt the global standards in fashion education
by aligning its teaching methods to interactive and evolving education systems,
aimed at creating a unique learning experience that blends heritage, cultivates
aesthetic virtuosity in an environment of freedom of inquiry and cognition.

At NIFT, multidisciplinary studies not only prepare the students to solve real
life challenges but also equip them to carve out newer paths for themselves. The
alumni of NIFT are recognised as adept professionals in a multitude of creative
fields, and their success stories are a source of pride for the institute.

Industry-Academia interfaces throughout the course provide a cutting-edge

learning experience to our students. The body of learning encompasses, acquiring
knowledge, skill building and practical application - in addition to sensitising
students to cultural and social contexts, which is vital in personality building and
develops individuals as change agents in the society.

With this spirit, I welcome you to join the NIFT community and be part of this
exciting journey!

Rajesh V. Shah

Established in 1986 and given status of a Degree awarding institution under

the National Institute of Fashion Technology Act, 2006, NIFT is the byword for
excellence in fashion education and research, in India. NIFT has been the natural
destination for students seeking to pursue a career in fashion in all its varied hues
& manifest forms including design, communication, technology and management
over the last 30 years of its existence.

NIFT provides a unique environment for nurturing the creative talent in the field
of design and other associated fields in fashion. The key differentiators of NIFT
that help you to grow and set you apart are:

• A vibrant stimulating learning environment to mould the fashion leaders of

• An experienced & engaged faculty with innovative pedagogy
• Anengaging curriculum benchmarked to international standards
• 16 professionally managed campuses located in cities that radiate our rich
Indian culture and plural cultural traditions
• A unique engagement model for students to realize synergistic outcomes
from confluence of ideas of industry leaders, academia, and artisans
• Networking with alumni, many of whom are icons in their own right, for
building professional relationships and unlocking opportunities.
• And our ethos of giving back to the society at large by engaging with various
craft clusters and working closely with them in improving the quality of life
of the artisans across the length & breadth of nation.

Destiny beckons you to the portals of NIFT for an enduring and rewarding journey
of creative learning and leadership in fashion!

Sarada Muraleedharan, IAS

Director General
National Institute of Fashion Technology who have been instrumental to the to award Degrees in undergraduate, marking the occasion when the students
is a leader in fashion education with institute’s road map to success. post graduate and doctoral studies. In leave the realms of the institute to take
the ability to integrate knowledge, persuance of its objective of providing up key leadership positions in the
traditional arts, contemporary thought, Academic inclusiveness has been the comprehensive world class academic industry.
academic freedom, innovations in design key thought in the expansion plans learning environment, the institute has
& technology and creative thinking to of the institute. NIFT, today, has entered into strategic alliances with
continuously upgrade its curriculum spread its wings across the length and leading international institutes. BOARD OF GOVERNORS
to address the changing needs of breadth of the country. Through its
the industry. Its history of 30 years 16 professionally managed campuses, NIFT is committed to academic In accordance with NIFT Act 2006, the
at the pinnacle of fashion education National Institute of Fashion Technology excellence in fashion education. Institute has a Board of Governors com-
stands as a testimony to its focus on provides an excellent environment to The vision of the institute embraces prising key officials and experts from
core values where academic excellence its students from different parts of the challenges and provides the impetus different areas. Members of Parliament,
has been nurtured. The institute has country achieve their highest potential in setting highest academic standards. Representatives of the Ministry or De-
stood as a beacon of industry-academia through the programmes offered. Since NIFT continues to strive to be nothing partments in the Government of India,
engagement, a key enabler in developing the early years of its inception, the but the best. eminent industry experts and educa-
competent professionals. institute has provided a firm foundation tionists broadly comprise the Board of
in fashion education in the domains of NIFT. NIFT Board is responsible for the
National Institute of Fashion Technology Design, Management and Technology. ACCREDITATION general superintendence of the institute
(NIFT), set up in 1986 under the guidance Since then, NIFT has continued to set and for steering the institute & provid-
of Ministry of Textiles, Government of and achieve higher academic standards. NIFT Act 2006 published in the Gazette ing direction in related matters.
India, is a Statutory Institute Governed of India on 14th July, 2006 confers
by the NIFT Act 2006. Bringing in a The faculty of the institute is drawn Statutory Status on the institute. The
wide range of aesthetic & intellectual from a community of leading Act came into effect from 1st April,
orientations, the early instructors practitioners, education enthusiasts, 2007. The President of India is the
included leading progressive scholars entrepreneurs, creative thinkers, ‘Visitor’ of the institute under the Act.
from Fashion Institute of Technology, researchers & analysts. The Act empowers the institute to
New York, USA. award Degrees and other distinctions.
Over the years NIFT has strengthened NIFT is the first premier institute in
The in-house faculty was drawn in from its academic strategy. Invigorating India to award its own Degrees in the
a distinguished group of intellectuals thought leadership, research stimulus, field of fashion education.
who put forth a sense of dynamism industry focus, creative enterprise
creating a pathway to effective learning. and peer learning have reinforced The Degrees awarded by the institute are
Pupul Jaykar Hall at NIFT headquarters the institute’s academic bedrock. recognised by the academia worldwide.
in New Delhi is a reminiscence of many Fostering a new generation of creative The institute confers Degrees to the
educational thinkers and visionaries thinkers, the institute is empowered graduates in the Convocation Ceremony 9
ACADEMIC STRATEGY themselves for the industry and other
entrepreneurial possibilities.
The academic strategy of the Institute
places the students as one of its prime The course curriculum accommodates
assets. The Institute capacitates student interaction with the industry
an annual enrolment of about 3000 through internships, bringing in
students across sixteen campuses of requisite insight and appreciation of
study. The institute is committed to industry diktats.
providing a stimulating environment to
encourage learning. GRASSROOT CONNECT
As a leader of fashion education in
NEW DIMENSIONS India, NIFT realizes the importance of
its social responsibilities and continues
Education can be used to investigate its endeavour to create grounded
new dimensions, which are aimed at designers who are able to appreciate
pedagogical affordances of altered ways and promote the various crafts of India.
of thinking. Educationists have devised NIFT has implemented a new Craft
a range of methods and strategies Cluster Initiative, which provides the
for fashion education. Identifying students with continuous exposure to growth of the students. The critical
principles of good learning, NIFT has Indian culture and traditional handloom appraisal also assesses the students’
developed its philosophy of progressive and handicraft clusters of India, thus ability to collate and correlate learning
thinking. Over the years, the institute providing an opportunity for creative from various inputs as a demonstrated
has emerged as a hub of innovation innovation and experimentation at the outcome through presentations and
in the realm of design, management & grass root level. It is envisaged that displays.
technology. NIFT prepares students to the craft exposure will help the NIFT
provide solutions for challenges within students to become ‘Young Change TEAM BUILDING
the fashion domain. Agents’ and utilize the skills of the
handloom and handicraft sectors With a view to encourage team building,
INTEGRATED LEARNING for developing niche contemporary trust & motivation among students,
products. The experienced NIFT faculty the institute conducts an outbound
NIFT lays emphasis on inquiry- will contribute by monitoring the workshop for students as a part of the
based teaching and learning. The student activities, offering customized academic plan in a few programmes.
academic core is designed, to facilitate training programmes and sharing The workshop aims to put the ‘bigger
multidisciplinary study that assimilates design inputs, thereby enhancing the picture’ in front of the students and
aesthetic and industrial dynamics commercial value of products being helps them to introspect and discover
across levels and disciplines. It is this manufactured by the artisans. Such oneself from a fresh perspective.
integrated learning at NIFT that provides exposure and interactions provide a ‘Behavioural training’ complements the
a unique platform to its students stronger rural connect and a greater classroom inputs to maximize learning.
transforming them into professionals understanding and appreciation of
and preparing them for a wide variety Indian culture and aesthetics to the The workshop integrates aspects like
of careers. Cutting across specialisms, young design professionals. teamwork, planning & co-ordination,
the students are encouraged to work personal & social communication,
with a cohesive approach to learning. CRITICAL APPRAISAL lateral thinking, self exploration and
self realization. The facilitators use
INDUSTRIAL DYNAMICS Critical appraisal at every step campsites and other tools like adventure
encourages self improvement. The activities, camp games, natural settings,
The emphasis is on professional evaluation system closely monitors the local people & their habitat to provide
development of students. The pedagogy students’ evolution through the course qualitative learning experiences.
promotes interactivity and is critical to study. The evaluation pattern focuses
students’ understanding, development on the gamut of learning practices
and maturity. Students undertake and corresponding evaluation tools
classroom and workshop assignments, like task-based assignments, research
conduct field studies, participate in papers and written examinations
group discussions and critique sessions. throughout the academic calendar.
Hands-on experience on live industry Interactive juries and viva-voce provide 11
projects allows the students to brace qualitative evaluation in the overall
GLOBAL CONNECT exchange of teaching pedagogy,
concepts and professional ideas, the
students from NIFT, a unique
opportunity to obtain a Dual Degree
Wearable Art, New Zealand; Arts of faculty at NIFT participates in academic from both NIFT and FIT. Students from
The academic strategy of NIFT Fashion Foundation USA; Triumph exchange programmes, international NIFT undertake two years study at
embraces a global approach. The core Inspirational awards, IAF Designer fairs, seminars, exhibitions, conferences the home Institute intercepted by one
activities of the institute have enhanced Awards in Medellin Colombia; Click! and trade shows thereby bringing their year of study at FIT. Thereafter, the
its international visibility and standing. Japan Photo Contest Exhibition, substantial experience to the classroom students resume their studies at NIFT
NIFT has strategic agreements and Knitting For Juliet Italy; MAX Design thus enriching the knowledge pool at to obtain the Dual Degree from both the
partnerships with about 33 leading Awards; E.A.T-Exporting Art Together. NIFT. institutes. 45 students have completed
international fashion institutes & The institute also attracts international the dual degree program in the last 5
organisations that share the same students who come and experience Some of the key institutes with whom years and sixteen NIFT students from
academic direction, integrating NIFT its academic and cultural richness. NIFT has an association are Queensland various disciplines are shortlisted for
students with the global mainstream of Through the exchange programmes, University of Technology, Australia; the Dual Degree opportunity in 2017-18
fashion. students from overseas institutes De Montfort University, UK; Glasgow at FIT.
have developed valuable insight not School of Arts, UK; Swiss Textile College,
International collaborations allow just into Indian culture, arts & crafts Switzerland; Mod Art International,
students to experience ‘study abroad’ but have also understood the Indian France; ENSAIT, France; NABA, Italy; The
options through exchange programmes. market and its dynamics. The students State University of New York College at
This initiative provides an excellent of Management & Technology have Buffalo, USA; Manchester Metropolitan
opportunity to NIFT students, selected had invaluable exposure to production University, UK; ESMOD, Germany;
for the exchange programme, to interact techniques that cater to high fashion Saxion University of Applied Sciences,
with students from various geographies, demands of the global marketplace. Netherlands; Amsterdam Fashion
encouraging them to broaden their Institute, Netherlands; Bunka Gauken
vision and understand different NIFT offers craft sensitization tour University, Japan; Donghua University,
cultures. The opportunity can be and industry tour to its foreign partner China; BGMEA University of Fashion
undertaken by the students across NIFT universities. This year NIFT organized and Technology (BUFT), Bangladesh;
campuses and all course disciplines. the same for KEA - Copenhagen School Ecole Duperre, France; University
To provide an academic gradient, of Design and Technology, Denmark in of Northampton, UK; Politecnico
the institute’s international linkages March 2017, where 18 KEA students di Milano, Italy; Shenkar College of
allow the students to participate in along with 2 faculty members visited Engineering & Design & Art, Israel; KEA
international competitions / seminars / Panipat, Jaipur and Jodhpur. - Copenhagen School of Design and
research / exhibitions and other events. Technology, Denmark; North Carolina
The strategic alliances encourage State University, USA and many more.
NIFT students at all campuses academic enhancement at faculty
are encouraged to participate in level as well. Faculty exchange and
international events and competitions. joint research initiatives ensure that DUAL DEGREE OPPORTUNITY
The students have participated and the institute’s teaching methods and
won laurels in several prestigious facilities are constantly updated & NIFT - Fashion Institute of Technology
international competitions like upgraded to be at par with the best (FIT), New York, USA strategic 13
Mittelmoda Premio, World of institutes in the world. To facilitate partnership allows select meritorious
As leading agents of change, NIFT
Alumni are reconfiguring the institute’s
constellation of achievements and
success stories. The alumni are adding
value in different work scenarios, both
in India and overseas.

About 23010 alumni are working with

the industry in key decision making
positions and are instrumental in
shaping the future of fashion business.

Some of them are brands themselves.

Others are excelling in the domain of
entrepreneurial dynamics. FACULTY
NIFT alumni are also actively taking
their knowledge to the grassroot levels, Faculty at the institute articulates the The faculty constantly upgrade
working towards enhancement of the expertise & dynamism that inspires the their knowledge & skills, creating a
craft pockets of the country. students to realize their full potential. stimulating learning environment for
NIFT faculty builds critically engaged students.
The linkage between Alumni and their teaching practices while testing its
alma mater continues. NIFT has the relevance through a wide range of Faculty paper presentations in the
significant opportunity to benefit from projects and contexts. interernational circuit, participation in
the network of its graduates. seminars & symposia of high repute
Students enhance their knowledge enable world class academic discourse
NIFT has always valued this resource and develop their talent by working and knowledge transfer.
and has involved the alumni in the with the faculty on various real life
future direction of the institute. projects gaining invaluable knowledge, In the near future, NIFT intends to
experience and awareness on design address questions of major importance
application and industry dynamics. to global society.
In the recent past, faculty & student
teams have undertaken varied research The institute aims to have research
and consultancy projects for Air India, studies centered around human
EDMC, IRCTC, CATS etc. NIFT has also importance.
undertaken capacity building through
Skills Development training for The strategy shaped by the faculty
Raymonds, CBSE, JSS, DONER, CIDCO, aims at a distinctive ability to create
NSCFDC etc. an influential research-intensive
NIFT faculty is the strategic enabler
in transforming the vision of the Effectively playing the pathfinder’s role,
institute into reality. Trained at some the faculty pool is working towards
of the leading fashion institutes enhancing the research profile of the
of international repute, the faculty institute, fostering a new generation of
brings to the classroom professional ‘leaders of the future’.
capabilities, wide exposure and years of
hands-on industry experience. Engaging
in doctoral studies, the faculty is
committed to grow in their profession. 15
INFRASTRUCTURE • The Textile collections in RCs have fully
documented and methodically arranged
collections of fabrics (displayed fabric
Indexing Service
Online indexing service is an important
research tool for easy retrieval of journal
and region-wise), export fabrics and literature on fashion and related areas
The vision of NIFT ensures that it has Collections latest international fabrics procured in the NIFT library.
a physical environment that reflects from leading trend services.
the institute’s academic ideals. The Following are the highlights of the Current Awareness Service
Institute provides state-of-the-art collections: • RCs also have collections of Fashion Lists of new additions to the collections
infrastructure and equipment to impart Accessories and Findings containing all of books, audiovisuals and periodicals
both theoretical and practical training to • The print collections include books the materials required to complete a are available online.
its students. The facilities and services and periodicals pertaining to fashion garment.
offered to the students allow them the studies and related disciplines. Circulation service
freedom to explore, experiment and Services All RCs offer circulation services for
create. • A rich collection of e-books and other All RCs use e-Granthalaya, an integrated selective collections of recommended
digital resources including leading multi-lingual library management reading materials. The bar-coded
RESOURCE CENTRE online databases are available for software, developed by the National charging system ensures data accuracy
reference. Informatics Centre (NIC) for collection and fast check-in and check-out at the
management and offering numerous circulation counter.
In the 21st century, information is • All RCs subscribe to leading interna- proactive information services. The
the most important resource and tional fashion forecast services and significant features of the system Reprographic Service
knowledge management is the most journals on Fashion and Textiles. include Union catalogue, Web OPAC, Selective reprographic services of
crucial function in an organization. Advanced search, Article Index, Barcode photocopying and scanning are
The Resource Centre (RC) in each • The audio-visual materials in CDs and based circulation and Cloud Ready provided to the users at all RCs.
NIFT Campus provides the necessary DVDs are primarily used as teaching Application. Thematic displays and exhibitions are
infrastructure to collate and aid. AV collections pertain to history of organized occasionally.
disseminate this critical input. costume and art; fashion illustration, Reference Services
garment manufacturing and design Highly qualified professional staff
The Network of NIFT Resource Centres collections of NIFT graduates. offers reference service through online Digital Repositories Development
is the only Fashion Information mode as well as in print. The Resource Centres are engaged
System in India serving the fashion • The reference collections of RCs in developing digital repositories of
professionals, would-be professionals comprise manuals, standards, reports, Online Public Access Catalogue institutional research and publications.
and fashion educators. Its integrated news clippings, trade catalogues from (OPAC) Valuable print and non-print collections
collection of print and non-print manufacturing industries and retailers; RCs using multi-user version of the are being converted into electronic
materials is the only systematically and other information sources. library management software offer format. The entire reference collections
documented source of information access to the catalogues of print and of graduation project reports, audio-
available in India for the study of • RCs showcase designer clothing non-print collections via both LAN and visual materials, textiles and costumes
international and contemporary Indian and regional costumes of India. the Internet. spread across the network of RCs are
fashion. The system is a decentralized International collections include being digitized into an interactive
network, partially automated and is costumes from different countries of Bibliographic Service multimedia format.
co-ordinated by the National Resource the world and garments from leading Subject bibliographies on topics
Centre (NRC) at NIFT, New Delhi. multinational fashion houses. Selective relevant to the fashion industry are * Collections and services vary
The Resource Centres also provide design collections of the graduating available online. Bibliographies on any from Campus to Campus
information services to the design students (now well-known designers) topic are also printed on demand. 17
community and the industry. are documented and inventoried in RCs.
and exposure. The infrastructure allows
the students to understand, appreciate
and learn different dyeing and printing
Course disciplines imparting inputs in techniques.
COMPUTER LABS Apart from the specialized industry apparel design & apparel technology,
specific software, IT inputs for maintain pattern making & draping labs. TECHNOLOGY LABS
In this era of digital transformations, Animation, 2D/3D Modeling, Photo These labs are stocked with specialized
the success of fashion professionals Imaging and Editing, Enterprise pattern making tables & dress forms. NIFT realises the significance of the
rests on their ability to integrate Resource Planning, Product Lifecycle role of Technology in modern technical
fashion and information technology Management, Production Planning and The infrastructure provides an education. The technology labs not
in a meaningful way. The information Scheduling; Statistical Analysis and environment that allows the students only support the classroom teaching
technology infrastructure is playing Web Programming are integrated into to rigorously apply and contextualize but also enhance academic deliverance
a key role in providing an IT-enabled the academic curriculum. concepts and processes of realizing by providing practical insight to the
learning environment, with the garments. students. The Institute has developed
objective of developing computer The institute promotes brilliance well-stocked Technology labs at all
savvy, well-rounded professionals. without boundaries. Students from These labs are the breeding ground for campuses.
All academic departments maintain different disciplines are encouraged to heightened creativity, unique approach
computer labs thereby integrating IT use art labs & studios across disciplines. and innovative perspectives in relation KNITWEAR LAB
with the academics.The computer labs This integrated approach to learning to garment making.
are well equipped with state-of-the- promotes interactivity, arriving at one The Department of Knitwear Design is
art equipment like Macintosh work creative language. The Institute invests WEAVING LAB equipped with state of the art machinery
stations, Desktops, Plotters, Digitizers, in the latest equipment to introduce the required to familiarize the student with
Image Scanners, Wide Format Printers, updated teaching practices to the class Textile Design Department maintains industry set-ups.
Sound Mixers, Digital Cameras, etc. set. a weaving lab that is equipped with
tabletop sample looms, offering an This includes specialized machines
All NIFT campuses are covered by the PHOTOGRAPHY LAB effective integration of theoretical for seaming and finishing fine-gauge
National Knowledge Network (NKN) and practical inputs to students. The circular knit fabric as well as manual
with connecting speed of 100Mbps/1 Photography lab includes the most infrastructure provides a creative space flat-knitting and linking machines.
Gbps. Video conferencing facilities advanced hardware used by domain for students to arrive at a holistic
are available for inter-Campus experts. It is equipped with state-of- approach to enquiry and exploration The laboratories house computerized
communication. NIFT campuses have the-art suspended Elinchrom lights from an individual perspective in flat and circular knitting machines,
fully Wi-Fi enabled setups offering and motorized backdrops, various relation to materials, processes and facilitating an understanding of
access to secure Internet for the accessories like diffusing materials, methods within the domain of woven CAD. This infrastructure provides
students and faculty. This allows extensions & radio triggers, Manfrotto structures. the students with an opportunity to
learning to move outside the classroom tilt-pan tripods etc. enhance the explore practically and develop design
where students can discuss, learn and learning experience for students. The DYEING & PRINTING LAB possibilities in their field.
grow. All academic programmes of infrastructure provided not only helps
NIFT offer IT applications as part of students develop awareness of old and Most NIFT campuses are equipped
their curriculum. new photography practices but also with a Dyeing & Printing lab that is
assists them in realizing ambitious maintained by the Textile Design
NIFT imparts teaching inputs in industry production based projects. Department. The lab provides a
specific CAD software for Apparel stimulating learning environment
Design, Textile Design, Graphic Design where the students test their theoretical 19
and Accessory Design programmes. knowledge by gaining practical insight
sewing, fusing, engraving, embossing,
skiving, etc. helps students develop an
understanding of practical knowhow
Most NIFT campuses are equipped with to realize their design potential to the
specialized labs specific to garment fullest. HOUSING
technology. RFID fitted lab, ETON system
lab, patternmaking lab etc., provide AMPHITHEATRES & NIFT facilitates residential
a complete learning environment AUDITORIUMS accommodation for girls at most
to students creating a pathway to campuses. The NIFT hostels are run on
unmatched career opportunities in the NIFT aims at providing an exceptional a no profit/ no loss basis. All the hostel
apparel industry. The infrastructure student experience. The institute premises including the ones being run
provides an ideal sensitization to promotes academic inclusiveness by private enterprises are provided with
contemporary practices in apparel but with an equal focus on student round the clock professional security,
technology methods and techniques. development through co-curricular a doctor on call and hostel warden(s).
opportunities. In most campuses, the Recreation facilities like television,
amphitheatre is the hub of all student some indoor and outdoor games are
ACCESSORY DESIGN LAB activity. Interesting architecture and also available in the hostels.
high-end infrastructure allows students
Owing to a strong industrial approach, to indulge in a variety of activities in DINING
Accessory Design Department the amphitheatre. Film nights, dance
maintains a state-of-the-art lab that recitals, music shows, intra-collegiate Most NIFT campuses are housed with a
houses machines & equipment essential & inter-collegiate events are mostly cafeteria that provides fresh, hygienic
to material handling techniques, conducted in the amphitheatre. and healthy food at reasonable rates.
model and prototype making. Laser Emphasizing on all round development The variety of food available and a
cutting machines and metal & wood of its students, the institute houses friendly atmosphere makes the cafeteria
lathes allow the students to integrate state-of-the-art halls / auditoriums. an ideal place for students to relax and
theoretical knowledge with substantial Some NIFT campuses are equipped interact with their peers. Almost all
practical learning. Determined by the with world-class hydraulic ramps that cafeterias are Wi-Fi enabled, allowing
Campus-specific course specialization, provide an in-house infrastructural the students to utilize their free time to
the lab provides a stimulating framework for fashion shows and the fullest.
workspace for students to acquire a other creative pursuits. The halls /
holistic understanding of machinery auditoriums provide the venue for peer HEALTH CARE
and material. and industry interaction through talk
shows, seminars, exhibition & display. Medical aid is available on campus. Every
LEATHER DESIGN LAB NIFT Campus provides an infirmary/
sickbay to its students. A doctor and
The Department of Leather Design allows nurse are available to attend to general
students to gain hands on experience medical concerns of the students.
in processes and methods in relation A psychologist is also available on
to handling leather as a material. The Campus to counsel students.
department maintains a well-equipped
lab that houses the latest technology
in sewing and finishing for leather
apparel & accessories. Infrastructural 21
framework of machinery for cutting,
SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS • NIFT Student of the Year: one student
at each NIFT Campus

All three awards carry a citation, a gold

RECREATION SCHOLARSHIPS & BURSARIES medal and a cash component. NIFT also
institutes awards in various categories
Student Development Programme The financial strategy of the institute for respective programmes which are
at all NIFT campuses has been places student development as a key given at the time of their graduation
institutionalised to encourage students priority. A considerable sum from NIFT show/presentation.
to participate in extra-curricular Development Fund is effectively put to
pursuits making their stay at NIFT use in this core area every year.
campus more holistic and complete. EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
Participation in these activities To maximize the potential of its
complements academic studies while students, the institute’s Means-cum- NIFT I&AA (Industry & Alumni affairs
providing ways to socialize, relax and be Merit Financial Assistance scheme Unit) facilitates on-campus placements
revitalized to face day-to-day challenges allows students to avail subsidized for graduating students, enabling them
of student life. tuition fee at every Campus. Determined to start their careers in challenging
by the parental income, students can fall positions in the industry. Leading
Students participate in wide range of into three slabs of monetary assistance. national and international apparel
activities through Student Development companies vie with each other to recruit
Activity Clubs viz., Cultural Club, Literary Many students in the past have benefited NIFT professionals.
Club, Sports, Adventure & Photography from this scheme. Further, many leading
(SAP) Club and Ethics, Social Service & organisations from the apparel sector The star employers of NIFT professionals
Environment (ESSE) Club. Through the have come forward to encourage NIFT in the past from amongst the domestic
academic term, student clubs function students in their academic and creative companies have been Arvind Limited,
in the activity hour called ‘zero hour’ quest. Pioneers in the related field have Future Lifestyle Fashion Ltd., Madura
every Wednesday evening. Also, at most instituted awards & scholarships namely Fashion & Lifestyle, Raymond Apparel
NIFT campuses, a sports gymnasium is ITC, HomeShop 18 etc. to recognize and Ltd, Siyaram Silk Pvt. Ltd. , Globus,
available to students. compliment academic brilliance. This Proline, Titan amongst others. Leading
provides motivation to the students, buying offices like Gap, Li&Fung, Tommy
‘Fashion Spectrum’, the annual fest from their first year of study. Hilfiger, Triburg, Impulse-Next have
of the institute provides a pulsating been regularly offering key decision
platform for students to showcase their AWARDS making positions to the graduates. Many
talent in varied inter-collegiate and international companies like Benetton,
intra-collegiate activities & events. To NIFT honours students in three C&A, J.C. Penny, Jockey, Levi Strauss,
promote interaction across campuses, categories of Awards which are Nike Inc. have also absorbed young
the best of best from all campuses conferred at the time of the Convocation: talent from the institute to meet their
compete at ‘Converge’, an annual specialized needs. Unbridled creativity
centralised cultural and sports event • NIFT Best Academic Performance of the fresh graduates has been noticed
hosted by any one NIFT Campus. Award: one student in each discipline by leading designers like J.J. Valaya,
at each NIFT Campus. Ritu Beri, Ashish Soni, Rajesh Pratap
• NIFT Extraordinary Service Award: Singh, Manish Arora to name a few.
one student at each NIFT Campus 23

Mr. Rajesh V. Shah Mr. Gaurang Shah, Designer Mr. Nitin Kulkarni Dr. Yathindra L
Chairman, BOG-NIFT Department of Design Space Department of Fashion & Lifestyle Accessory
Ms. Anavila Misra
Ms. Kanimozhi Founder & Textile Designer Prof. S. P. Jomichan Dr. Ruby K. Sood
Hon’ble M.P Rajya Sabha Department of Fashion Technology Department of Textile Design
Ms. Vandana Kohli
Ms. Poonam Mahajan Mr. M. Annaji Sarma Prof. Anupam Jain
Hon’ble M.P Lok Sabha Mr. Sunil Sethi Department of Fashion Management Studies Department of Fashion Communication
Chairman, Fashion Design Council of India
Ms. V. Sathyabama Prof. Dr. Malini Divakala Ms. Sunitha Vasan
Hon’ble M.P Lok Sabha Mr. Sabyasachi Mukherjee Department of Fashion Design Department of Knitwear Design
Designer, Sabyasachi Couture
Mr. J. K Dadoo Ms. Savita Sheoran Rana Mr. Rahul Sethi
Additional Secretary & Mr. P. K Gupta Department of Foundation Programme Department of Leather Design
Financial Advisor, Ministry of Textiles Chairman, Sharda Group of Institutions &
Chancellor, Sharda University
Mr. Puneet Aggarwal, IAS
Joint Secretary, Ministry of Textiles Ms. Sarada Muraleedharan, IAS NIFT OFFICERS & CAMPUSES
Director General, NIFT
Ms. Ishita Roy, Joint Secretary Bengaluru Gandhinagar Mumbai
Ministry of Human Resource Development Prof. V. Sivalingam Mr. Arindam Das Prof. Dr. Pavan Godiawala
Campus Director Campus Director Campus Director (I/C)

Mr. M. Muthukumar Mr. N.B. Vaishnav Mr. Brijesh Madhukar

NIFT OFFICERS IN HEAD OFFICE Joint Director Joint Director Deore
Joint Director
Ms. Sarada Muraleedharan, IAS Prof. Dr. M.K. Gandhi Bhopal Hyderabad
Director General Head (Information Technology) Mr. U.S. Tolia Dr. N. J. Rajaram Patna
Campus Director Campus Director Prof. Sanjay Shrivastava
Ms. Pramila Sharan, IRS Dr. Archana Gandhi Campus Director
Aditional Director General Head (Research) Prof. Sameer Sood Jodhpur
Joint Director (I/C) Dr.Vijaya Deshmukh Mr. N.S. Bora
Ms. Sushma Singh, IRS Prof. Dr. Monika Gupta Campus Director Joint Director
Chief Vigilance Officer Head (CE & Diploma Programme) Bhubaneswar
Prof. Sanjay Shrivastava Kangra Raebareli
Mr. B. K. Pandey Prof. Dr. Shalini Sud Campus Director (I/C) Prof. Bala Siddhartha Dr. Bharat Sah
C.A.O/ Director F&A (I/c) Head (International & Domestic Linkage) Campus Director Campus Director
Prof. Dr. Sharmila J. Dua Dr. Shinju Mahajan Prof. Dr. Anitha Manohar Mr. D.K.Rangra Mr. Akhil Sahai
Dean (Academics) Head (Cluster) Campus Director Joint Director Joint Director

Mr. Vijay Kumar Dua Prof. Kavita Saluja Mr. B. Narasimhan Kannur Shillong
Head (Academic Affairs) Head (FOTD, FDP & Bridge) Joint Director Dr. N. Elangovan Prof. Monika Aggarwal
Campus Director Campus Director
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Prof. Dr. Suhail Anwar New Delhi
Director (NRC & Information Technology) Head (Projects) Prof. Dr. Vandana Narang Mr. G. Ramesh Babu Srinagar (J&K)
Campus Director Joint Director Dr.Vijaya Deshmukh
Ms. Simesh Verma Prof. Dr. Raghuram Jayaraman Campus Director (I/c)
Registrar & Board Secretary Head (Industry & Alumni Affairs) Ms. Neenu Teckchandani Kolkata
Joint Director Col. Subroto Biswas
Dr. Varsha Gupta Campus Director
Head (Corporate Communication Cell)
Mr. Khushal Jangid 25
Joint Director
PROGRAMMES OFFERED The medium of instruction at NIFT is English and all aspirants applying to NIFT
must possess working knowledge of English language.

Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) - 4 years All aspirants applying to NIFT must possess basic computing knowledge and
skill as applied to operating system, word processing, text editing, spread sheet,
Accessory Design Eligibility: 10+2 from a recognised Board of data base application, presentation as well as net surfing abilities.
Fashion Communication Education
Fashion Design For further details, refer to Admission Guidelines
Knitwear Design
Leather Design
Textile Design

Bachelor of Fashion Technology (B.F.Tech) - 4 Years

Apparel Production Eligibility: 10+2 (with Physics, Chemistry & Maths)
from a recognised Board of Education

Master of Design (M.Des.) - 2 years

Master of Design (M. Des) - Eligibility
Bachelor Degree from any Institute/ University
recognised by law in India or Undergraduate
Diploma of minimum 3 years duration in UG Design
from National Institute of Fashion Technology
(NIFT) or National Institute of Design (NID)

Master of Design is an advanced course that demands an understanding of

fundamentals in design and presupposes that candidates would be familiar with
the basic skills and theories for successful completion of the programme.

NIFT programme would not provide any basic knowledge and skill development
in design as a part of Master programme.

Master of Fashion Management (M.F.M) - 2 years

Master of Fashion Eligibility
Management (M.F.M) Bachelor Degree from any Institute/ University
recognised by law in India or Undergraduate
Diploma of minimum 3 years duration from
National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) or
National Institute of Design (NID)

Master of Fashion Technology (M.F.Tech.) - 2 years

Master of Fashion Eligibility
Technology (M.F.Tech) Bachelor of Fashion Techology (B.F.Tech.) from
National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT)
or Bachelor of Engineering (B.E )/ Bachelor of
Technology (B.Tech.) from any Institute / University
recognized by law in India.


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Total Seats

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Bachelor Programmes - Bachelor of Design (B.Des) - Design

1 Fashion Design (FD) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Fashion Design (FD) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 450

2 Leather Design (LD) 30 30 30 Leather Design (LD) 30 120

3 Accessory Design (AD) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Accessory Design (AD) 30 30 30 30 30 30 420

4 Textile Design (TD) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Textile Design (TD) 30 30 30 30 390

5 Knitwear Design (KD) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Knitwear Design (KD) 210

6 Fashion Communication (FC) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Fashion Communication (FC) 30 30 30 30 30 30 420

Bachelor Programme - Bachelor of Fashion Technology (B.F.Tech.) - Technology

7 Apparel Production (AP) 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Apparel Production (AP) 30 30 30 30 360

Master Programmes
8 Master of Design (M.Des.) 30 30 30 30 Master of Design (M.Des.) 120

9 Master of Fashion Management 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 Master of Fashion Management 30 30 30 30 30 420

(M.F.M) (M.F.M)
10 Master of Fashion Technology 25 25 25 25 Master of Fashion Technology 100
(M.F.Tech.) (M.F.Tech.)

Total 265 90 265 205 210 210 240 240 295 180 150 90 150 180 180 60 3010

NIFT reserves the right to increase or decrease the number of seats offered at its discretion

Foundation Programme
The Design & Technology studies at NIFT, product realization. The intricacies of
commences with a two semester Foundation design, through various courses for learning
Program.The program is designed to foster essential skills for development, progression
the creativity, sensitivity and skills to form and realization are included as part of the
a strong foundation. The students are Foundation study.
sensitized towards fundamentals of fashion
business namely design, technology and To sensitize Foundation program students
management in a socio-cultural perspective. to our socio- cultural ethos, Craft Cluster
The program helps enrich conceptual Initiative has been included in the Foundation
creative thinking and create an awareness program. Craft being a sustainable way of life
of the fashion business. in the Indian context, students will observe
the relationship between the artisans and
The program aims at encouraging students their environment and the co-existence and
to explore their interest through a broad co-creation of the two.
range of activities and courses. Students are
offered a range of options for developing The Design aesthetics courses will address
skills in specific area to develop their the essential socio-culture perceptions
individual’s strength through engagement and contexts. Envisioning and inculcating
with lectures, workshops, field visits and ethical and aesthetic values lead to the
projects. Students can build their areas understanding and expression of physical,
further through number of electives offered psychological, professional and ergonomic
to them during their foundation period. The concerns. The students will be given
main objectives of the program are: opportunity to develop their skills in the
preferred areas.
• To orient students towards multi-
disciplinary nature of design. The students will have a choice to select
the specialization after completion of
• To provide an enhanced environment for Foundation program and the selection will
creative thinking and integrated learning. be based on the performance during the
first two semesters reflecting the student’s
• To ensure a fundamental and common aptitude.
approach for the fashion industry in
consonance with the needs of the industry.

• To provide uniform basic knowledge and

skill competencies genericto Design and
Technology disciplines.

The Design and Technology core

encompasses a strong integrated skill and
knowledge base essential to the fashion
industry. An overview of apparel industry
provides inputs on the socio-economic,
traditional and cultural aspects of the
industry, which would lead to ideation,
conceptualization and communication.
Exploration with various material and study
of general and material science enhances
basic understanding and appreciation
of manufacturing processes leading to 31
Accessory Design
Accessory Design program is designed department.
with a strategic philosophy of “Design
for Business”. Accessories are personal The programs adopt a spectrum of
objects, that relate functionally, knowledge transaction methods (pedagogy)
conceptually and aesthetically to people like
and their environment. The education is • Faculty instructions (lectures and
imparted through exploring, processing briefings)
and experimenting with thoughts, ideas & • Projects (studio, live & collaborative)
materials in order to establish a platform • Project work with individual supervision
for new ideas and a powerful personal • Group work with supervision
expression. • Field trips (traditional & contemporary)
• Self-study
The objectives of the program are • Presentations & reflections
• An in-depth study of the fashion accessory
design process with appropriate theoretical The department collaborates with business
knowledge and practical skills to provide students with the opportunity
• Understanding the broader cultural and to work under conditions and with issues
social context of design that actually exist in the design professional
• Engage confidently, professionally and world. Internship, a real time experience is
successfully within the fashion accessory an obligatory element of the programme.
• Engage in various industry and The Fashion & Lifestyle Accessories
cultural activities to further develop the Department has been creating professionals
understanding of the international fashion since 1992 and have graduates placed
accessories landscape across the globe at leadership positions.
Accessory Design graduates have been able
The nature, practice and pedagogy of design to carve a niche for themselves in traditional
education have undergone paradigm shifts as well as emerging sectors of global fashion
in response to the challenges posed by industry space namely jewelry, body
the speed of change in convergence with gears, home accessories, craft, furniture,
technology. An overwhelming dominance footwear, bag, interiors, and in the realm of
of technology is witnessed in human life. Designing experiences. Our graduates have
Technology has not only revolutionized how also been able to tap the potential of the
people learn and work, but also changed emerging markets such as User Interface
their lifestyle, behavior and way of thinking. and Experience design, smart wearable,
The constant adaptation of courses through Consumer interface design and product
industry & academia feedback has shaped the design especially addressing online market
program to evolve and address the current channels. Many Accessory Design graduates
expectations of the market and future are successful entrepreneurs today.
prospects of the students. The program
addresses the transformative changes in the
design education landscape. The curriculum
has evolved by comprehending the emerging
international and national practice of design
learning. The academic interventions have
deep rooted levels of social commitments
through professional projects. Students are
immersed in the traditional craft techniques
as well as the use of smart digital tools.
Alumni, Industry experts and domain 33
specialists are actively involved with the
Fashion Communication
Amid the ever-growing world of fashion, The excellent faculty and staff feed their
Fashion Communication happens to be curiosity and interest, and assignments
one of the newest, most exciting, and are created in order to challenge them
increasingly essential avenues to open up in to think some more. With some of the
the fashion and lifestyle industry. most prolific companies seeking such
talented and disciplines students, Fashion
The importance of brand identity has come Communication remains one of the most
to be seen at par with what the brand sells, coveted departments in NIFT.
i.e. the product. Uncountable prêt and
luxury brands keep appearing in the Indian
retail scenario, and it has become essential
for each one of them to develop a unique
brand identity for maximum impact and
visibility. Fashion Communication has made
it possible for these brands to communicate
their products, identity, and strategy, by
providing a platform for these very brands.

Fashion Communication professionals are

well equipped with the requisite skill set
to perform exactly what it takes to take a
brand to new heights. In more ways than
one, ‘Fashion Communication’ is the core of
the whole business of Fashion.

This programme encompasses integrated

course study relating with the areas such
as visual merchandising, styling, graphic
design, display/exhibit/space design,
advertising and public relations, fashion
journalism, creative writing, photography,
interaction design and new media design,
specific to the fashion and lifestyle industry.

Come graduation, the students are well

versed with knowledge, concept base and
skill. Fashion Communication students
emerge as dynamic professionals qualified
to offer the most effective and financially
viable communication solutions for the
fashion and lifestyle industry.

As new careers keep growing in the industry,

there is infinite scope for the students of
Fashion Communication to explore and
expand their horizons. In the areas of
Branding, styling, social media marketing,
photography, space design, and graphics,
Fashion Communication graduates are both
versatile and passionate about more areas
than just one.

Fashion Design
A flagship program of NIFT, the Fashion by working with indigenous rural artisans
Design program has played an influential via the cluster program that inturn
role in the growth of the Indian fashion works towards the objective of design
industry. In the 3 decades of its existence interventions. This homogeneity is evident
the graduates of the department have made in the final year through the graduating
remarkable presence in the Indian as well fashion collections, conceptualized and
as global fashion scenario. The four-year constructed by the students at the Design
program in Fashion Design aims to produce Collection showcase.
dynamic design professionals who can face
the challenges of the ever-changing fashion
industry. It also equips them with strong
creative and technical skills related to the
field of fashion, which empower them to
adapt to an evolving fashion biosphere. The
curriculum incorporates combination of
experiential learning and hands-on training
that enables integrated development.

The department closely works with fashion

professionals to create a sensational series
of design professionals to evolve a unique
fashion identity universally relevant and
acceptable, for a global audience. Holistic
inputs on generic design with focused
approach towards apparel inculcates the
ability to develop and channelize creativity.
The curriculum hones design sensitization,
which balances global fashion aesthetics
with an Indian soul. It addresses the needs
of the export market as well as both couture
and pret-a-porter in India, expanding and
categorizing apparel design into niche

In tandem, with the industry requirements

where design thinking plays a pivotal role
the students are trained to anticipate and
address relevant concerns and issues. A
logical, sequential hands-on experience
enables students to conceptualize design,
make patterns, drape and construct
garments of impeccable quality. A
multidisciplinary approach focuses upon
self-learning and independent thinking that
expands perceptual perspectives that relate
classroom teachings with practical learning.

The department of Fashion Design can well

be termed the base at which the institution
has built its laurels. Students gain valuable
insight into the broad spectrum that Indian
fashion encompasses through internships
at leading fashion houses/ manufacturing
units to improve knowledge and overcome
the practical challenges faced. The course
inculcates the traditional rural craftwork
Knitwear Design
The programme has been designed
to create Students also learn presentation
skills with
well-rounded professionals equipped to Portfolio development, and the intricacies
handle the challenges of circular and flat- of category wise planning for knitwear
bed knitting in the domestic and export with Menswear, Sportswear and Fashion
fields. They can pursue careers as Designers, Merchandising. The students are also
Creative Managers, Merchandisers, exposed to subjects like Retail buying, Retail
Production Managers and Entrepreneurs. space design, Product photography, Image
and Fashion styling, Entrepreneurship and
The four-year Knitwear Design programme Lingerie design. The year culminates with an
is developed towards creating design individual design collection or graduation
professionals who can cater to Knitted project in industry showcasing the students’
Apparel- an exclusive segment in fashion. strength in conceptual thinking and
It aims to provide the student with creative translation into knitted apparel.
thinking, strong technical skills and a
dynamic market orientation.

Knitwear Professionals provide value

addition to multiple areas for the fashion
business; be it Apparel Designers, Fashion
Forecasters, Fashion Stylists, Product
Developers, Production Managers
Merchandisers. The curriculum likewise is
multipronged, with a strong design direction.
Students apply their classroom learning
to industry-simulated environments, and
undertake industry internship for both flat
as well as circular knitting to hone their
skills. Their design and technical knowledge
culminates with a grand design collection at
the end of the 8th semester.

Knitwear design students are exposed to

wide milieu of subjects including Fashion
Art and Illustration, Garment Construction,
Pattern Making for Knits, Flat and Circular
Knitting, Computerized Flat Knitting, Trends
and Forecasting, Design Process, Knitwear
Production and Planning, Merchandising
and Marketing.

In the initial semesters, the student is

introduced to the world of knitted apparel
through subjects like Basic Pattern Making,
Flat knitting, Garment construction, Design
application for fashion and History of world
costumes. They move into core areas
knitwear with subjects like Digital fashion
illustration, Circular knitting, Pattern
making for knits (womenswear) and Garment
construction for knits (womenswear).
Traditional design acumen is honed with
craft surveys, design and documentation at
the end of the year.
In the later semesters, advanced techniques
for knitwear design along with subjects like
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Computerized flat knitting become the focus.
Leather Design
The Leather Design graduates have as Designers, Merchandisers, Product
opportunities in areas of Fashion Developers, Production Managers and
business as Designers, Merchandisers, Entrepreneurs. The graduates’ target
Range Developers, Buyers, Production industries include the Export and Domestic
Managers and Entrepreneurs. The Target Manufacturing, Retail, Buying and Sourcing.
industries include the Export and Domestic The Alumni of the Department are
Manufacturing, Retail, Buying and Sourcing. trendsetters in their respective areas and
have evolved the modern paradigm of the
The Leather Design Program at NIFT is industry, making it an integrated part of the
unique in its structure and application to Global Fashion and Lifestyle arena.
the Fashion, Footwear and Accessories
Industry while focusing on an integrative The course is structured and focused to
design perspective within the Industry the human resource requirements of the
requirements. Export and Domestic Industry and is aimed
at developing a holistic professional. The
The Department was set up in 1993 at New specialization aims at nurturing social
Delhi as a Post Graduate Program: Leather values while shaping the competitive and
Garments Design & Technology (LGDT) entrepreneurial spirit of the student. The
and initially focused on Leather Garments. multidisciplinary approach strengthens the
Keeping in view the needs of the Industry spectrum of the various product categories
and the nature of the department to evolve being dealt with in the curriculum.
with changing times we have encompassed
the areas of Fashion goods, Personal
Lifestyle accessories and Footwear across
our four Centers at Chennai, Kolkata, New
Delhi and Raebareli.

The Vision of the Department is to be an

integral part of the Apparel & Fashion
Industry by means of material and product
category opportunities: Outerwear, Personal
& Lifestyle Accessories, Luxury products and
Footwear in Leather and allied materials.
To be leaders in preparing professionals
who set the paradigm for possibilities in
the Industry. To nurture these creative
individuals and be the catalyst of growth
to harness the potential of the resources
available in our country.

Emphasis is laid on the integration of design

concepts with material knowledge to respond
to the requirements of specific target
markets. A multidisciplinary approach and
exposure to the industry through field trips,
tannery training, Craft Cluster programs,
Industry internship and Graduation Projects
are an integral part of the curriculum.
Industry and education interface takes place
by identifying areas related to Design, Market,
Material & Processes and opportunities for
development whereby students explore and
innovate with materials, Techniques, Forms
and components.

The Leather Design graduates receive 41

placements in areas of Fashion business
Textile Design
From fibre to fabric, the design and get exposure to a craft environment by way
development of textiles is the key to the of craft cluster initiative, which sensitizes
business of fashion. The fast paced activities them to traditional practices.
in the export and domestic sectors of the
Indian apparel and home fashion industry The Textile Design students undertake
demand professional textile designers who sponsored Graduation Project in their final
can think ‘out-of-the-box’ and yet adapt to year with the industry for a period of 16
the challenging business environment. weeks to develop design collections. The
projects are sponsored by textile mills, export
The Textile Design programme equips houses, home and apparel retail brands,
students with knowledge and hones their designers or NGOs. The students are also
creativity and understanding of design given choice to undertake self-sponsored or
application for apparel and home fashion research projects. The Graduation Project
industries. Woven, print design, embroidery culminates with academic evaluation and
and surface embellishment are the core final showcase of students’ work in an
textile subjects and together impart an annual show.
extensive and versatile training for the
students.The programme builds upon the The programme prepares students for a
integration of creative forces of design wide range of careers in the textile and
with textile technology, and also keeps fashion industry like mills, export houses,
in mind the historical, social and cultural buying agencies, design studios, handloom
contexts in which the designers work today. and handicraft cooperatives, NGOs, home
The structure integrates interdisciplinary and apparel retail brands and online stores
learning to augment the skillset of the as Designers, Merchandisers, Buyers,
students and impart a holistic perspective Managers, Home/Fashion Stylists and
to learning, thereby enabling access to a Trend Forecasters or work independently
wide range of career paths and options. as Entrepreneurs. The Textile Design alumni
are doing collaborative and interdisciplinary
The Textile Design curriculum offers work with world-leading industry partners
ample opportunity to students to create, such as Arvind Mills, Welspun, Bombay
experiment and innovate with materials. Dyeing, Madura Garments, Maspar, Portico,
Alongside there is also emphasis on learning D’décor, Trident Group, Samsung, W for
specialized software in order to explore Woman, Biba, Satya Paul, Triburg, Sarita
digital and non-traditional approach to Handa Exports, Shades of India, Apartment
design, fabric structures and surfaces. The 9, Blackberrys, Fabindia, Jaypore and with
objective is to provide hands-on experience designers like Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Ritu
through practical set-ups and state-of-the- Kumar, Tarun Tahiliani, among others. Some
art technology.The department boasts of of the alumni are successful entrepreneurs,
an array of labs including weaving, textile setting trends and making great strides in
testing, surface design and CAD. the fashion world.

The Textile Design department at NIFT

has distinguished itself through its
unique and innovative approach to design
education, and through its proximity to
the Indian fashion and textiles industry.
The programme structure is planned to
build in a sound textiles foundation with
a robust industry orientation by way of

market surveys, industry visits, internship
and graduation project. The students also
Fashion Technology (Apparel Production)
The Programme takes a rigorous scientific by the curriculum during the programme
approach towards knowledge dissemination to strengthen their understandings derived
required to create well rounded industry from classroom teaching.
ready professionals. The B.F.Tech (Apparel
Production) graduates will cater to the The students are also oriented towards
multitude of demands placed on their conducting meaningful research during
shoulders by the apparel manufacturing the final year. The culmination of the
industry. Due to the varied job profiles programme leads the student researching,
undertaken by the students, it has become experimenting and implementing the
imperative for the course to be flexible and skills by way of a graduation project. The
innovative in its content offerings. Keeping projects are generally aimed at solving
the diverse nature of challenges faced of real world problems related to apparel
by the industry, the course curriculum design and development, manufacturing
aims to introduce different essential and allied areas. At the end of 8 semesters
streams including apparel manufacturing the course moulds the students to be
technology, information technology, quality qualified to position themselves for diverse
management, etc. work profiles available in the apparel-
manufacturing sector.
The course introduces students at first to
the fundamentals governing the aesthetic
and design elements required for a fashion
technology graduate along with the
fundamentals of management aimed at
sufficient skill levels required in the apparel
manufacturing industry. Exposure in the
information technology domain is also
provided from the viewpoint of developing
information systems as well as using
information technology enabled tools meant
for managerial excellence and decision-

In the technology realm the students are

exposed to the basics of human body
and how to develop patterns in 2D and to
convert the raw material into 3D apparels.
The course imparts extensive knowledge of
raw materials including fabrics and trims in
the formative years to enable the students
to relate their understanding with apparel
manufacturing. Extensive knowledge
regarding machineries involved in the
manufacturing of apparels is provided.

Further along the years, the students

develop understanding of high level critical
subjects including production planning,
merchandising, work study and quality
control which provide essential operational
knowledge relating to future work profiles.
Also the course allows the students to
pursue varied interests by way of electives,
which are offered in allied fields enabling
wider exposure to kindle their interests
alongside the regular inputs. Students
undertake various internships mandated 45
Master of Design (M.Des.)
The nature of fashion has evolved beyond of Business, Fashion and Society using a
its association with apparel, to become design-guided approach.
multi-disciplinary and multi-dimensional.
Its approach to various concepts, material, (The above mandate is based on the
technology, craftsmanship, culture, business, assumption that the students applying
economics, promotion, consumption and for Master of Design Programme would be
innovation; has progressed towards creating familiar with fundamentals of design.)
unexplored areas that present immense
scope for study and research.

‘Master of Design’ degree caters to this

multi-disciplinary and dynamic nature of
job profiles that seek professionals who can
work in versatile environments. Research
is one of the tools that empower one to
take up challenges, which may emerge in
contemporary complex systems. Therefore,
this course builds its specializations based
on the foundation of design thinking and
research practice.

Students are provided with options for

forming their own Career Pathways to create
new avenues from varied areas of interest.
The unique aptitude and ability of each
student is recognized and honed through
specialized training and skill development
during the course of two years.

Graduates of this programme would be

equipped to hold key positions in large
fashion, design or corporate houses in
the areas of Craft, Textiles, Special Needs,
Publications, Media, Lifestyle Products,
Graphics and User Experience Design
depending on the area of specialization
pursued by each student through a
pedagogic structure that enables individual
pathways which lead to design industry
domains. The graduates would be able to
contribute in Research and Development
in government and private agencies while
would enable those interested to make
scholarly contribution in academia as well.

Invested through the tool of critical thinking

skills applied to society and system imparts
a wider perspective and understanding to
the changing cultural context of our country.
Students from different disciplines provide
multi-dimensional and innovative thought
construct for providing critical and creative
solutions to future problems. The research
environment in the programmebuilds a
platform for addressing multi-fold needs
Master of Fashion Management
The objective of the two year Master of updated through regular interaction with
Fashion Management (MFM) Programme the stakeholders. Latest innovations in
(erstwhile AMM), started in 1987, is to the programme have been in the areas of
develop leadership and managerial talents Mall Management, E-Business and Store
in the fields of management, marketing, Operations. The students are exposed to
merchandising and retailing, best suited the dynamics of an organization through
to the requirements of the garment export, an eight-week fashion industry internship
fashion and lifestyle and retail sectors. and training programme. This enables the
Students undergo in depth education students to integrate classroom learning
in management, marketing, buying, with practical experience. Outbound
merchandising (retail and export), retail Programme, Leadership development,
operations, forecasting, international Craft cluster initiative and extra-curricular
marketing, international trade practices and activities brings all round development in
project formulation. the student.

They are exposed to creative merchandising/ As the programme progresses the emphasis
marketing, innovative fashion management is on application of knowledge and skills.
practices, Information technology Relevant new areas of study like Intellectual
developments, directions of fashion trends Property Rights, Social Media Marketing,
and business practices through field visits Luxury Management, Services Marketing,
and industry internships. Research, data e-commerce and the study of Special
analysis and decision-making skills are Product Groups provide the young minds
inculcated as part of curriculum. They with an opportunity to further explore their
have the right blend of hard and soft skills areas of interest. Departmental electives
and possess the right attitude to enter the offered allow students to select areas of
junior,middle management levels of any specialization according to their individual
growing organization. interests. Entrepreneurship is inculcated
both as part of curriculum and through
The programme offers a solid platform for various projects. As part of the curriculum,
those wishing to pursue careers in Fashion the students carry out the sectoral studies
Marketing, Fashion Merchandising, Retail and involve themselves in rural products /
& Mall Management, Brand Management, crafts, social responsibility projects. They
Retail Buying, Global Sourcing, Product undertake company sponsored graduation
Development, Visual Merchandising, Export research project with an organization of
Merchandising, Management Consulting, their choice to integrate the learning of
Fashion Education, Retail Technology, previous semesters to solve problems.
Supply Chain, Customer Relationship, Digital
Marketing etc. in the sectors of apparel, Over the last three decades the department
lifestyle, accessories (watches, footwear, and its alumni have shared a rich relationship
eyewear, jewelry), home furnishings and with the industry, with most of the largest
wellness. The students are also exposed and Fashion companies and brands recruiting
associated with craft clusters because of students and some also being headed by our
which they become better marketers of both alumni.
handloom and handicraft products.

The programme introduces concepts

and principles of Fashion Marketing,
Retailing, Merchandising, Management,
Fashion product related knowledge and
Soft Skills. The curriculum is relevant and 49
Master of Fashion Technology
The programme adopts a holistic approach the programme. Additionally inputs of
towards cultivating postgraduate students entrepreneurship and developing of
meant for techno managerial roles in the business plans are provided to encourage
fashion and allied manufacturing sector. In willing students to explore the glorious path
the initial courses the students from various of being an entrepreneur. The programme
engineering disciplines are oriented towards requires the student to undertake a thesis
the apparel manufacturing industry as they in the field of their choice to research and
learn various operations and processes derive solutions by way of collaborating
involved. Concurrently the programme with domestic and international companies
imparts managerial concepts related to utilizing classroom learning.
operations. The curriculum introduces the
students to the global scenario prevailing
and its path taken through the years to gain
an understanding of apparel manufacturing

Technology subjects relating to the

engineering of patterns using manual
method and computer-aided design and
construction of garments allow the students
to understand product specifics. Knowledge
of various machineries involved ranging
from the basic mechanisms to new age
automated machineries ensure the students
are aware of technical issues which arise
due to product complexities. This enables
identifying accessible solutions and
development of related indigenous solutions.
Extensive inputs are given in areas of Plant
layout, Industrial engineering, Maintenance
engineering related to manufacturing of
fashion goods.

Exposure to managerial decision making

whilst understanding and analyzing of
information using statistical tools are also
taught. Skills relating to usage of new age
software tools pertaining to managing
information and data that enable the
students to delve into researching of
relevant areas are enriched in the later part
of the programme. The classroom teaching
is reinforced with regular field visits to
industries present in the fashion supply
chain. The students also get a chance to
experience and relate their classroom
learning while undertaking internship with
relevant industry.

Extensive inputs relating to technical and

managerial problem solving techniques
are given to fulfill the demands of roles
experienced by the managerial candidates
in the industry. Production and demand
planning skills, technology and data
management skills are honed during 51
Eligibility for Bachelor Programme and presupposes that candidates would be

ADMISSION GUIDELINES 2018 – Technology familiar with the basic skills and theories for
successful completion of the programme.
The course would not provide any basic
Bachelor of Fashion Technology knowledge and skill development in design
(Apparel Production) (B.FTech.) as a part of its Master programme.

Admission Calendar- 2018 • The +2 level examination in the 10+2

pattern of examination of any recognized
Central/State Board of Secondary Eligibility for Master Programme –
Online Registration 20th October, 2017 Examination, such as Central Board of Management
Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council
Last date for Online Registration 29th December, 2017 for Indian School of Certificate Examination,
Last date for online registration with late fee of 02nd January, 2018 New Delhi with Physics, Chemistry and Master of Fashion Management
Rs.5000/- (in addition to the applicable application Mathematics. (M.F.M.)
fee) through Credit/Debit Card only. In case of De- or
• Undergraduate Degree in any discipline
mand Draft, the print out of the application alongwith • General Certificate Education (GCE) from any Institute / University recognized
DD should reach the given address before 02nd Janu- Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri-Lanka) by law in India.
ary, 2018 at the advanced (A) level with Physics,
Window to edit / update the Application Form From 30th December, Chemistry and Mathematics / International
Baccalaureate (IB). • Undergraduate Diploma of minimum three
2017 Saturday (12:00 years duration from NIFT / NID.
hrs) till 2nd January, or
2018 Tuesday (16:00 • Any Public School/Board/University Eligibility for Master Programme –
hrs) Examination in India or in foreign countries Technology
recognized by the Association of Indian
Admit Card (Online only) 9th January, 2018
Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system M.F.Tech. (Master of Fashion Technology)
Written Entrance Examination for all UG & PG Pro- 21st January, 2018 with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics. • B.F.Tech. from NIFT
grammes or or
Result of Written Entrance Examination February/March, 2018 • A pass grade in the Senior Secondary • B.E / B.Tech. from any Institute / University
Situation Test / Group Discussion / Interview April – May, 2018 School Examination conducted by the recognized by law in India.
National Open School with a minimum of
Declaration of Final Result (Online) End of May / June, five subjects with Physics, Chemistry and
2018 Mathematics.
Counselling End of May /June 2018 or
Onwards • 3 or 4-years diploma in any branch of
Note: Admit Cards, Results and Counselling Schedule will be available on Engineering recognized by AICTE or a State
NIFT’s website only. No separate communication will be sent by post. Board of Technical Education
1. Candidates appearing in the qualifying
examination are also eligible to apply

WHO CAN APPLY? Examination, such as Central Board of For Master Programmes : (a) That they produce a proof of
Secondary Education / State Board New having acquired the minimum prescribed
Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Age - No age limit qualifications at the time of counselling/
For Bachelor Programmes : Certificate Examination, New Delhi. admission.
Maximum Age: 23 years as on 1st October,
• General Certificate Education (GCE) Eligibility for Master Programme or
2017. The upper age limit may be relaxed by
a period of 5 (five) years for the candidates
Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri-Lanka) – Design (b) If the 12th class/final year/final
at the Advanced (A) level/ International semester (as the case may be) result of
of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribe/
Baccalaureate (IB). M.Des (Master of Design) qualifying degree/certificate examination
Person With Disability (PWD) subject to
or is not declared by the concerned Board/
following qualifications:
• Any Public School/Board/University • Undergraduate Degree in any discipline University till the date of counselling/
Examination in India or in foreign countries from any Institute / University recognized admission, his/her admission in
Eligibility for Bachelor Programmes – recognized by the Association of Indian such case will be strictly provisional
by law in India
Bachelor of Design – B.Des. Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system. subject to the following conditions:
or or
(Fashion Design / Leather Design / Accessory • A pass grade in the Senior Secondary • Undergraduate Diploma of minimum three (i) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper
Design / Textile Design / Knitwear Design / School Examination conducted by the years duration from NIFT / NID. of Rs.10/- in the prescribed Proforma
Fashion Communication) National Open School with a minimum of (Annexure–I) is submitted. In case the
five subjects. candidate is minor i.e. below 18 years of
• The +2 level examination in the 10+2
pattern of examination of any recognized
• 3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE
Note: Master of Design (M.Des.) is an
advanced course that demands an
age, the affidavit shall be signed by his/
her parent/guardian. Candidates/ parent
Central/State Board of Secondary or a State Board of Technical Education. understanding of fundamentals in design /guardians may note that submission of
false affidavit is a punishable offence; Authority certifying that they belong to the It is however recommended that the
admission will be considered only in
non-creamy layer. The certificate should be student/ applicant arrange his/her own
such cases where the result of Final
(ii) The candidate will submit the final result of in favour of the candidate, issued not earlier external assistant for this purpose as this
year/ semester of the qualifying degree
qualifying degree/certificate providing his/ than September 01, 2017. Failure to produce will ensure a better fit for individual needs.
has not been declared by the concerned
her eligibility on or before 30th September, an appropriate certificate from a competent NIFT will assess the actual physical/
Board/ University in its totality. In case
2018 to their Campus Director / Jt. Director authority shall make the candidate ineligible psychological capability of a candidate
the result has been declared by the
where the admission has been granted. for counselling, and the applicants will not be selected for counselling of a particular
concerned Board/ University but it has not
offered admission. Requests for provisional programme/ course as per the specific
been declared in a specific case, for any
(iii) In case the candidate fails to submit admission will not be entertained. requirements of that particular Programme/
reason, such cases will NOT be considered
his/her final result of qualifying degree in course by a Board constituted at each
under provisional admission category.
the manner as prescribed at (ii) above to To summarize: campus by the Campus Director.
prove his/her eligibility on or before 30th
September, 2018, whatsoever the reason RESERVATION OF SEATS a) The candidate should possess an OBC The three members Board will consist
may be his/her admission will be treated as (Non-Creamy) certificate issued in the of a Medical Officer/Psychologist, a
null and void (cancelled) and entire fee will The seats reserved for SC / ST / name of the candidate and not in favour of Faculty from the concerned department
be forfeited. Any exception will be as per the Person With Disability (PWD)/ Foreign respective parents/guardian. (Design/ Technology/Management) and an
decision of DG-NIFT, on a case to case basis. Nationals / SAARC / NRI/ State Domicile Administrative Officer.
in each programme are as under: b) The caste mentioned in the OBC (Non-
(iv) The Campus Director / Nodal officer Creamy) certificate should find mention in Candidates are advised to come prepared for
will be responsible to ensure that the SC 15% the Central list of OBCs available at http:// such assessments at the time of counseling.
eligibility of all students meet prescribed NIFT may utilize its laboratories/equipment/
qualification for admission specially in case ST 7.5% test materials for making such assessment
of provisional admission. The provisional OBC (NON- 27% c) The OBC(Non-Creamy) certificate should of the physical/psychological capability of a
admission will automatically stand CREAMY) clearly mention that the candidate belongs candidate for undertaking that Programme/
cancelled, if the candidate fails to submit to the non-creamy layer. course and may tailor such test for each
Person With 5% Horizontal reservation
result in time i.e. 30th September, 2018. individual separately as decided by the Board.
Disability for Person With Disability
(PWD) (PWD) (with 40% or more d) The certificate must be issued by the
(v) Those candidates who are seeking Competent Authority. The assessment is compulsory for all
disability) cutting across
provisional admission due to nondeclaration candidates seeking reservation under this
all sections i.e. SCs, STs,
of their final year/final semester/12th e) In case of married women applying to category.
OBCs Non-Creamy and
class (refer Annexure -I) will provide proof any course under reserved category, she has
General category. Campus
of having passed all papers in all the to produce the caste certificate in her own The Board in its proceedings will recommend
and programme will
previous years /semesters of qualifying name. Certificate in the name of husband / whether the candidate is capable or
be allotted on rotation,
degree examination (whichever relevant). mother/ father is not acceptable. incapable for undertaking the particular
at NIFT’s discretion
programme/course applied for.
(vi) The candidates will also bring the date Foreign 15% (supernumerary)
Person with Disability (PWD)
sheet /admit card/ Principal’s certificate as Nationals/ A copy of such order will also be
proof of having appeared in the qualifying SAARC/NRI communicated to the candidate in writing
Candidates applying under this category
exam. State Domi- 20% (supernumerary) should have Certificate of Disability issued under acknowledgement informing him that
cile as per sub-section (2)(a) of section 58 of he can make an appeal against the order, in
(vii) Candidates who have appeared for The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, which case the appeal will be referred to the
Supplementary examination(s) in the final The qualifying candidates 2016(49 of 2016) in Form V, Form VI or Form Standing Board at Head Office (HO) whose
semester/ final year of graduation and the need to meet the eligibility and VII as per rule 18(1) of the notification vide recommendation will be final and no further
result of the same is not declared by the time of admission requirements of NIFT. number G.S.R. 591(E)dated 15th June, 2017. representation will be accepted.
counselling/ admission, such candidates will
be considered for admission as per para 1 (b) The certificate should be issued by a medical NIFT reserves the right to disqualify the
(ii) above, for the academic session 2018-19. REQUIREMENTS OF EACH candidature in case of inability of the
authority designated under sub-section (1)
CATEGORY ARE AS FOLLOWS: of section 57 of the act and rules 17 (a) and candidate for a particular programme.
(viii) Candidates who have appeared (b) of G.S.R. 591(E).
for compartment examination(s) in the SC/ST Candidates
12th standard, such candidates will be Such candidates are required to produce
considered only for provisional admission. Candidates applying under this reserved the original Certificate of Disability both at
However, he / she will have to clear the quota will have to produce a Caste/Tribe the time of Counselling and at the time for
compartment examination UNDER THE certificate from the Competent Authorities Admission to the Institute.
SAME BOARD, failing which the provisional of the respective States/Union Territories/
admission will stand automatically National Commission of Tribes. It is mandatory for the Person with Disability
cancelled and entire fee will be forfeited. to attend the Counselling for evaluation.
OBC (Non-Creamy) Candidates The course will be allotted to the candidates
2. Any candidate who has not after assessing the capabilities of the
appeared for the qualifying exam Candidates applying under this quota candidates. NIFT may consider applications
before the date of counselling/ would have to substantiate the caste and from PWD students for providing external
admission to NIFT, will not be eligible. non-creamy layer requirement. Candidates assistance during assessments, with the
applying under this quota shall produce condition that the expenses for the same
3. It is further clarified that provisional a caste certificate from the Competent will be borne fully by the student/ applicant.
The table below indicates the type of assessment that may be conducted by a Board of NIFT Non Resident Indian, who are citizens of by 30th April, 2018. The candidates must
for various categories of disability and programmes to find if the Student is able to access India holding an Indian passport and have designate NIFT Programmes as choice in the
mainstream curriculum: temporarily immigrated to another country GRE/GMAT/SAT.
for six months or more for work, residence Candidates seeking admission under this
Program Criteria / Suitability or any other purpose. The admission to NIFT category should apply in the prescribed
Method programmes for foreign nationals / NRI Application Form online.
candidates will be based on the following
Design Drawing/ Visual Minor Minor No major Able to se-
examinations: Academic Eligibility: All candidates must
Sketching/ Clarity speech Hearing locomotor lect, organ-
Bachelor Pro- SAT Score satisfy the required academic qualifications.
making mod- disability disability disability in ize and inte-
garamme (B.Des & In case Degree/certificate has been obtained
els/ Colour hands, legs, grate visual
B.FTech) from some University /Board of any other
sense face & neck and verbal
country then an equivalence certificate must
Operating information Master Programme GMAT Score be obtained from Association of Indian
Machines/ into a draw- (MFM) Universities (AIU) New Delhi (website: www.
Computer Key- ing or model
Master Programme GRE Score prior to admission.
board manu- with aesthet-
ics (M.Des & M.FTech)
ally/mobility The medium of instruction in NIFT is
General requirements: Adequate cognitive functions to access mainstream curriculum; Campus / Programme will be allotted on the English and all aspirants applying to NIFT
no intellectual impairments. Adaptive functioning showing mild deficit, in academic basis of merit list drawn as per the scores must possess working knowledge of English
and/or communication skills but able to meet the requirements of curriculum and obtained by the candidates. Candidate may language.
learning environment using assistive devices independently. Good social interaction appear in as many as SAT /GMAT/GRE
skills and emotional stability to be adaptive with large group learning setting and do not examination prior to 30th April 2018. The Fee Payment:
have a challenging behavior that disturbs the education of other students. highest score among the test will be taken
into consideration for allotment of seat. The candidates who fulfill the admission
Program Criteria /Method Suitability criteria specified above may apply online
Technology Operating Ma- Minor Minor Minor Hear- No major PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING UNDER with requisite application fee of US$100
chines manually Visual speech dis- ing disability locomotor FOREIGN NATIONALS/SAARC/ NRI through the Online NIFT Payment gateway.
/ Computer Key- Clarity ability disability in CATEGORY:
board manually/ hands, legs, Once selected under this category,
mobility face & neck Those seeking admission under this candidates shall pay the fee at the time
category have to apply online at website of admission for the first academic year
`Fashion Operating Com- consisting of two semesters. They would
Management puter Keyboard or https://applyadmission.
net/NIFTNRI2018 . The last date for applying also need to obtain a valid residential permit
manually/ or student visa for the prescribed duration
under this category is 30th April 2018.
General requirements: Adequate cognitive functions to access mainstream curriculum; of the programme.
no intellectual impairments. Adaptive functioning showing mild deficit, in academic Candidates applying for Bachelor
and/or communication skills but able to meet the requirements of curriculum and Programmes of NIFT should arrange to send CHILDREN AND WARDS OF NRI
learning environment using assistive devices independently. Good social interaction SAT scores directly from College Board, USA,
skills and emotional stability to be adaptive with large group learning setting and do not to NIFT H.O. New Delhi. SAT scores have to Any NRI seat remaining vacant will lapse
have a challenging behavior that disturbs the education of other students. be submitted through College Board to NIFT and not be converted to any other category.
before 30th April, 2018. The Designated However, the remaining seats will be offered
Window to edit/ update Application found that the information provided by the Institution (DI) Code is 7258. to the children /wards of NRI as per merit
Form candidate is not true, NIFT has the right to during counselling. NIFT may re-allot seats
Prior to making the payment candidate can cancel his/her candidature. Any direct or in- The Campus and Programme will be allotted among the programmes to meet the demand
edit / amend the information in the online direct attempt to influence the management to the candidates based on SAT/GMAT/ of the candidates, within the overall limit as
application. Once the payment has been and employees of the institute will lead to GRE score as well as the preference of the prescribed for this category.
made by the candidate he/she will not be al- automatic disqualification of the candidate. candidate.
lowed to change / modify any information All the candidates having Common Merit
by the system. However, applicants will be After closing the window to edit the applica- Candidates at the time of registration for Rank (CMR) and falling under the category
given an opportunity to review and correct tion form / registration category filled up in SAT should indicate DI code: 7258 for “Children/Wards of NRI” will be given an
their personal information (changing the the application form will not be changed at sending their scores to NIFT Head Office, opportunity to opt for NRI seat subject
City of Examination is not permitted) in the any stage. Therefore, candidates / guardians New Delhi. to fulfilling the criteria, submission of
application form from 30th December 2017 are advised to fill-up the application form necessary documents and fee during regular
1200 hrs till 02nd January 2018 1600 hrs. with due diligence. Candidates applying for Master Programmes counselling.
i.e. Master of Fashion Management (MFM),
- Application fee already paid will not be re- should arrange to send GMAT test scores Special NRI Test
Foreign Nationals / SAARC / NRI
funded in case the application is found not while those applying for Master of Design
eligible for admissions to NIFT after editing (M.Des.) and Master of Fashion Technology If however, NRI seats remain vacant, these
Fifteen percent (15%) of total seats i.e. 5
/ updating of the application form. (M.FTech.) should arrange to send GRE seats will be offered again for admission
seats in each programme at Delhi, Mumbai,
test scores directly to NIFT H.O. Delhi. The through a special NRI test.
Kolkata, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad,
- It is the sole responsibility of the appli- GRE/ GMAT/SAT scores should not have
cant to provide correct information during
Gandhinagar, Raebareli and Srinagar are
reserved for admission of Foreign Nationals
been declared before 1st January, 2016 and
should be received by the Institute latest
Candidates who could not be shortlisted for
Situation Test/GD & PI, as well as, fresh/new
the application process. At any stage if it is (whether residing in India or abroad) and
aspirants would be eligible for admission, The state in which the candidate has can be made through Bank Demand Draft as 3 Bhopal
subject to fulfilling necessary academic and completed his/her class 12th examination/ explained above. The Demand Draft should
documentary requirements. The Special NRI graduation/qualifying degree is the domicile be issued in favour of “NIFT HO”, payable at 4 Bhubaneswar
Test / Interview will be conducted at New of the candidate. A certificate from the New Delhi. The details of the Demand Draft 5 Chandigarh
Delhi. Registration for all the candidates school /college may be obtained. In case the are to be filled in the online application
6 Chennai
would be mandatory. The candidates who candidate obtained the qualifying certificate/ form.
fail to be shortlisted for Situation Test and degree through Distance Learning mode, 7 Cochin
GD & PI will appear only for the Interview. the address of the school attended by the Candidates are advised to check the 8 Coimbatore
candidate regularly will determine his/her following details carefully before sending
New candidates have to appear for domicile status. the Demand Draft 9 Dehradun
both Written Entrance Examination and 10 Delhi
Interview. While drawing up the merit list Candidates who are domicile of the states • DD made in favour of “NIFT HO”,
the candidates who appeared only in the where the NIFT Campuses exist will be 11 Guwahati
interview will be assigned top position allowed to opt for these preferential seats • Amount of Demand Draft as applicable i.e. 12 Hyderabad
and the new candidates would be placed while filling online application form. Rs 1500/- in case of GEN/OBC (Non-Creamy) 13 Jaipur
thereafter. Based on these parameters, However, they will have a choice to take candidates and Rs.750/- in case of SC/ST/
a final consolidated merit list would be admission under General / ST/ SC / OBC PWD candidates 14 Jammu
declared. Seats shall be allotted strictly category (as applicable) as per merit to any 15 Jodhpur
according to merit. The candidates selected course/campus of their choice. • Name, Date, Amount & Signature of the
16 Kangra
under Children / Ward of NRI shall pay the issuing authority on the Demand Draft.
fee prescribed for NRI Candidates. Reservation of SCs / STs/ OBCs (non creamy 17 Kannur (Kerala)
layer) candidates, shall be applicable for the Candidates applying through Demand 18 Kolkata
Hostel Accommodation and Other domicile seats also. Draft are required to send the printout of
the Application Form, duly completed in all 19 Lucknow
Expenses: Hostel fee and other expenses,
indicated in Admission Prospectus may HOW TO APPLY : SUBMISSION OF respects, along with Demand Draft on the 20 Madurai
vary from one NIFT Campus to another. following address:
The hostel fee is required to be paid by the
candidate directly to the Campus at the Project Manager 22 Nagpur
Candidates can apply online at www. nift.
time of admission/joining. Candidates are or All India Management Association 23 Patna
advised to visit the website or contact the Management House, 24 Pune
concerned authorities of the NIFT Campuses Guidelines for applying online may be 14, Institutional Area,
for detailed information regarding hostel 25 Raipur
referred for the purpose. The prospectus Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003
accommodation and related expenses. is available at NIFT website 26 Ranchi
free of cost. The application fee has to be The duly filled form should reach the above 27 Surat
State Domicile Preferential Seats paid through online payment gateway or address on time. Incomplete forms or forms
through Bank Demand Draft issued in received late will not be accepted. The 28 Udaipur
Twenty percent (20%), i.e 06 supernumerary favour of “NIFT HO” payable at New Delhi. Institute does not take any responsibility for 29 Vadodara
seats in addition to 30 seats will be offered delay or loss of forms or correspondence in 30 Vishakhapatnam
for admission as State Domicile Preferential • Non-Refundable Fee for General/OBC postal transit or by courier. Candidates are
Seats to candidates who belong to the States (Non-Creamy) Category: Rs.1500/- through advised to keep the copy of printout and 31 Shillong
where the following NIFT campuses are payment gateway or Demand Draft. Demand Draft for future reference. 32 Srinagar (J&K)
located: • Non-Refundable Fee for SC/ ST/ PWD Candidates are advised to keep a print
S.No. NIFT Campus State Category : Rs.750/- through payment out / photocopy of Application Form for Please note that NIFT reserves the right
gateway or Demand Draft. further reference along with proof of to cancel any of the Examination Centres
1 Patna Bihar payment. mentioned above. In such a case, an
2 Kangra Himachal Mode of Payment: Credit Cards/ alternate centre, which is locationally and
Pradesh Debit Cards and Demand Draft LIST OF EXAMINATION CITIES administratively convenient, will be allotted.
3 Kannur Kerala Candidates may e-mail:
(A) Credit Cards /Debit Cards A Paper Based Test (PBT) for all UG and
4 Bhopal Madhya PG Programmes will be conducted on 21st or
Pradesh January, 2018 at 32 cities.
Payments of application fee (Rs.1500/- or
Rs.750/-) can be made through credit cards / for related queries.
5 Shillong Meghalaya The candidate may select only ONE city for
debit cards as explained above. The bank and
6 Bhubaneswar Odisha / or transaction charges on the application the examination on 21st January, 2018. No ADMIT CARDS
7 Jodhpur Rajasthan fee will be borne by the candidate. request for change in examination center
will be entertained at any stage. On the basis of information given in the
8 Srinagar* Jammu & Kash-
Candidates are advised to apply on time. NIFT Application Forms, Admit Cards of
mir* LIST OF EXAMINATION CENTRES provisionally eligible candidates will be
(B) Demand Draft S.No. CITY available for download from
*Thirty Five percent (35%), seats within 30 or from 9th
seats will be offered for admission as State 1 Ahmedabad January, 2018 onwards. Admit cards will not
Domicile Preferential Seats to the domicile
candidates of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K).
Payment of application fee (Rs 1500/-in case
of GEN/OBC (Non-Creamy) candidates and 2 Bengaluru be sent by post. Candidates are advised to 59
Rs 750/- in case of SC/ST/PWD- candidates) regularly check NIFT website for updates.
ENTRANCE EXAMINATION 1) Quantitative Ability
Based on the choice, all eligible candidates Candidates applying for the examination 2) Communication Ability 4) Analytical Ability: This sub-test is
will have to appear for a written entrance should ensure that they fulfill all the 3) English Comprehension designed to test the candidate’s capacity for
examination at the Examination Centres eligibility criteria for admission. Their 4) Analytical Ability ability of inference and logic from the given
opted by them. The written entrance admission at all the stages of the 5) General Knowledge and Current Affairs information.
examination is designed to test the examination viz. Written Test, Situation
knowledge, skill and aptitude of the Test, Group Discussion and Interview (as The number of questions may vary in each 5) General Knowledge and Current Affairs:
candidates for the programme opted. the case may be) will be provisional, subject section year to year. This sub-test is designed to test the
Entry to the Examination Centre will be to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility candidate’s general knowledge and current
allowed with admit cards only. Mobiles criteria. During verification at any time TEST STRUCTURE affairs.
and other infotech gadgets are not allowed before or after the Written Test, Situation
inside the Examination Centre. Candidates Test, Group Discussion and Interview (as the CREATIVE ABILITY TEST (CAT)
case may be), if it is found that candidate PRO- BDES MDES
found with mobile or other infotech gadgets
does not fulfill the eligibility criteria, his/ GRAMME
will be asked to leave the examination centre This test is administered to judge the
and shall be disqualified. her candidature for the examination / PAPER GAT GAT intuitive ability, power of observation in
admission shall stand cancelled without any NAME concept development and design ability of
Candidates should reach the examination notice or further reference. NIFT shall not be the candidate. An important aspect of the
LANGUAGE English English
center at least 30 minutes before the liable for any consequences on account of test is the creative and innovative use of
commencement of the examination. such cancellations. colour and illustration skills.
The weightage assigned to each test in the TEST DURA- 120 120
final merit list of the entrance examination
EXAMINATION will be as under: Sections No. of Ques- No. of Ques- For Bachelor of Technology (B.F.Tech.),
Date of Test : 21st January, 2018: All UG tions tions Master of Fashion Management (M.F.M),
and PG Programmes PRO- Test Weightage Quantitative 20 20 Master of Design (M.Des.) and Master of
GRAMMES Ability Fashion Technology (M.F.Tech.).

PRO- Test Test Timings Bachelor of CAT 50% Communica- 25 30 This test will comprise of various sections
GRAMMES Design tion Ability
GAT 30% as given below:
Bachelor of CAT 10.00 am to English 25 30
Design 01.00 pm Situation 20% Comprehen-
Test 1) Quantitative Ability
GAT 02.30 pm to
Master of CAT 40% Analytical 15 25
2) Communication Ability and English
04.30 pm
Master of CAT 10.00 am to
Design Ability Comprehension
GAT 30%
Design 01.00 pm General 15 15 3) Analytical and Logical Ability
GD/PI 30% Knowledge
GAT 02.30 pm to 4) General Knowledge and Current
and Current
04.30 pm
Bachelor GAT 100% Affairs Affairs
Bachelor of GAT 10.00 am to
of Fashion TOTAL 100 120 5) Case Study
Fashion Tech- 01.00 pm
Master of GAT 70%
Master of GAT 10.00 am to Fashion 1) Quantitative Ability: This sub-test is TEST STRUCTURE
Fashion Tech- 01.00 pm GD/PI 30%
Technology designed to test the quantitative ability of
nology the candidates. The sub-test may include
Master of GAT 70% PRO-

questions on Addition, Multiplication,

Master of GAT 10.00 am to Fashion
Division, Fractions, Percentage, Rate GRAMME
Fashion Man- 01.00 pm Management GD/PI 30%

agement of Interest, Work and Task, Ratio and
Proportion, and Distance.
In case of equal scores of two candidates,
The result of the entrance examination PAPER NAME GAT GAT GAT
the older candidate (as per date of birth) will 2) Communication Ability: This subtest is
will be displayed on the NIFT website. be given preference. LANGUAGE English English English
aimed at testing the language ability of the
candidates in day to day communication in OF WRITTEN
On the basis of result of written test GAT TEST
and CAT, shortlisted B.Des candidates will
DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS English. It includes questions on synonyms,
be called for second test called Situation OF ENTRANCE EXAMINATION antonyms, words with corresponding TEST 180 180 180
Test. For B.F.Tech. candidates, GAT will be meanings, singular, plural, one word DURATION
the final test for selection. The candidates GENERAL ABILITY TEST (GAT) FOR substitutes, idioms and phrases, correct (MIN)
for M.Des will take GAT and CAT. On the BACHELOR OF DESIGN (B.DES.) AND MASTER spellings etc.
Sections No. of No. of No. of
basis of the result of GAT and CAT, in OF DESIGN (M.DES.) : Ques- Ques- Ques-
the case of M.Des. and GAT in the case of 3) English Comprehension: This subtest aims
tions tions tions
M.F.Tech and MFM, candidates will be called This test will comprise of various sections to test the candidate’s ability to comprehend
for Group Discussion/Personal Interview as given below: a situation from a given passage, and test of 61
(GD/PI). basic English language.
Quantitative 30 30 10 PERSONAL INTERVIEW
Short listed candidates from the written (v) SC/ST/OBC - Non-Creamy/PWD
entrance examination are required to take Candidates shall be evaluated on the various (supported with requisite Certificate). For
Communica- 45 45 50 the Situation test/Group Discussion (GD) / parameters as listed below by a panel, in the State Domicile seats the status of domicile
tion Ability & Interview as applicable (except B.FTech). Personal Interview: will be decided by the address of school /
English college (qualifying degree) last attended,
1) Career orientation
Comprehen- whichever applicable.
SITUATION TEST 2) Aptness for the course
3) Overall personal achievements in
Analytical & 25 25 25 Shortlisted candidates for B.Des from the (vi) Basis of funding of the tuition fee/
academics and co-curricular activities certificate of the parents income e.g Income
Logical Abil- written entrance examination are required
4) Communication Tax Return of 2017-18, Salary Certificate of
ity to take a Situation Test which is a hands-
5) General awareness and aptitude, creative March’2018 etc.
General 25 25 25 on test to evaluate the candidate’s skills for
material handling and innovative ability on a and lateral thinking
given situation with a given set of materials. (vii) Certificate of Medical Fitness to be
and Current As no separate training is required for signed by a Registered Medical Practitioner
Affairs the above, NIFT does not recommend or
No additional material will be provided / in the prescribed format in original.
Case Study 25 25 40 allowed. endorse any coaching classes.
Total 150 150 150 (viii) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper
The model will be evaluated on space COUNSELLING of Rs.10/- for seeking provisional admission
1) Quantitative Ability: This sub-test is visualization, innovative and creative use only in case, the result of qualifying
designed to test the quantitative ability of given material, composition of elements, The details of counselling viz. the mode, examination is yet to be declared (in the
of the candidates. The sub test consists colour scheme, construction skill, finesse dates and procedure will be available on the format at Annexure-I).
of questions on Addition, Multiplication, of the model and overall presentation etc. website in the month of May / June 2018.
Division, Fractions, Percentage, Rate These parameters will be checked with the Candidates are advised to regularly check (ix) An undertaking regarding Anti-Ragging
of Interest, Work and Task, Ratio and write up explaining the concept behind the the NIFT website for further information. (Annexure-II)
Proportion, and Distance. model constructed. Since the medium of
instruction in NIFT is English, the write-up The following documents along with the (x) An undertaking regarding refund of fee
2) Communication Ability and English will be in English. No marks will be given for photocopies shall be required for Admission (Annexure-IV)
Comprehension: This sub-test is aimed at write-up in any other language. after qualifying the entrance examination.
testing the language ability of the candidates Note: -
in day to day communication in English. It The use of outside/additional material in The original certificates, except the medical In case any of the above document(s) is/are
includes questions on synonyms, antonyms, making the model/design is not permitted. certificate, will be returned to the candidate in any language other than Hindi/ English,
words with corresponding meanings, Also, candidates who try to disclose their after verification. then as the authentic translation in English/
singular, plural, one word substitutes, idioms identity by writing any personal details Hindi should be produced duly verified by
and phrases, correct spellings, comprehend or place any identification mark on the (i) Original certificates of qualifying the issuing institution/ gazetted officer /
a situation from a given passage etc. model/ design/write-up shall be considered examination i.e. 12th class/degree (marks Self attested (original and photocopy) by
“DISQUALIFIED” and the final result of these Sheet and Certificate). the candidate at the time of Counselling /
3) Analytical Ability and Logical Ability: This candidates shall not be declared. Admission. Failure on the part of candidate to
sub-test is designed to test the candidate’s In case of admission to PG courses, the produce the requisite authentic translation
capacity for inference and logic from the The evaluation of the test will be done by candidates will also be required to bring may result in refusal of admission.
given information and to evaluate the the Jury on the spot. The model will not be the original certificate (Mark Sheet and
candidate’s ability to identify a the given preserved for future reference. Certificate) of the qualifying degree CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION:
problem and apply reasoning in solving the examination. In case the candidate has
core issues of the problem. Concepts and GROUP DISCUSSIONS appeared in final semester/ final year (as (i) Only qualifying the entrance examination
practice of creative and lateral thinking are applicable) then he/she will have to bring shall not, ipso facto, entitle a candidate for
likely to be useful. Shortlisted candidates for Masters Programs the original mark sheet of all the previous admission to a programme;
from the written entrance examination are semester/years.
4) General Knowledge and Current Affairs: required to undergo Case Study based Group (ii) If NIFT is not satisfied with character,
This sub-test is designed to test the Discussions (GD) and Personal Interview (ii) In case the candidate has appeared for past behavior or antecedents of a candidate,
candidate’s general knowledge and current (PI). GD would comprise approximately 15 qualifying exam/compartment (of final it can refuse to admit him/her to any course
affairs. to 20 minutes of discussion on a case study year/semester) and the result is due, the of study at any Campus or cancel the
assigned, on which a panel of experts will date sheet /admit card for examination has admission at a later stage.
5) Case Study: This sub-test is based on a assess the candidates on various parameters to be brought.
situation of an industry environment. It including: (iii) If at any stage it is found that a
helps to evaluate the candidate’s managerial (iii) Bank Draft(s) of requisite fee in favour candidate has got admission in any
ability. 1) Conceptual clarity of “NIFT HO” has to be bought. The name Campus /Programme on the basis of false
of the candidate, date of counselling, information, or by hiding relevant facts or
2) Knowledge of the topic assigned
M.F Tech will also have some questions from phone/ mobile no., name of the programme, if it is found that admission was given due
3) Contribution made to the topic
the engineering field. Category, Rank and Roll Number are to be to any mistake or oversight, the admission
4) Interpersonal skills granted to such candidate shall be liable to
mentioned at the back of Bank Draft(s).
The number of questions may vary in each 5) Ability to generate new ideas be cancelled forthwith without any notice
section and for each course year to year.
The level of difficulty in questions for all
Problem solving approach
Leadership qualities
(iv) Proof of date of birth (Secondary School
Mark Sheet & Certificate) (Original and
at any time during the course of his/ her
studies by the DG-NIFT and fee deposited 63
courses may vary. 8) Effective communication Photocopy). by the candidate will be forfeited.
(iv) If a candidate does not report to the hardship, psychological harm or to cause Means-cum-Merit Financial Assistance Scheme. Availability of Financial Assistance under
allotted / re-allotted NIFT campus within fear or apprehension thereof in new or this scheme cannot be assured.
7 days of commencement of the session, junior student(s) or asking the student(s)
the admission of the candidate will stand to perform any act which such student(s) Students who are interested in availing this facility should submit their application along
cancelled without any intimation and the would not do in the ordinary course and with parental income certificate and contact the Student Development Activity Coordinator
tuition fee paid shall be forfeited. which has the effect of causing or generating (SDAC) at their campus after admission.
a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to
(v) The Director General may cancel the adversely affect the physique or psyche of NIFT also offers assistance through a Student Assistantship Programme on campus. This
admission of any student for specific reason a new or junior student. Rules/laws framed gives them part time employment within the institute.
or debar him/her for a certain period. by the Government against ragging will be
applicable (Annexure-II). Withdrawal of Admission after admission and refund of fee:
(vi) It will be the sole responsibility of the
candidate to make sure that they are eligible (i) A candidate, who has taken admission once and then withdraws, will not be considered
and fulfill all the conditions prescribed for for admission during subsequent rounds of counselling.
admission. Before issue of admission receipt
• NIFT does not recommend or endorse any
at the time of allotment of seats, candidates (ii) In case the candidate is seeking refund before commencement of academic session,
coaching classes.
should ensure that he/she fulfills all the request for withdrawal of admission in the prescribed proforma (Annexure-III) may be
• NIFT reserves the right to add or
eligibility criteria as laid down in Admission submitted to the Director of the Campus where the candidate attended the counselling. After
discontinue any programme at any Campus
brochure. If it is found at any stage during commencement of the academic session, refund request may be submitted to the Director
• Any attempt to influence the admission
the entire period of the programme that of the Campus allotted to the candidate. The candidates will be required to surrender the
process by way of recommendation will
the candidate does not fulfill the requisite original Admission Receipt issued at the time of Counseling/Admission while applying for
eligibility conditions, his/her admission will withdrawal of admission. Requests for withdrawal of admission would not be entertained
immediate disqualification of the candidate
be cancelled and entire fee will be forfeited; without original admission receipt.
• Requests for rechecking of GAT or CAT
(vii) The merit will be valid only for the (iii) The refund against withdrawal of seat will be governed as under:
will be restricted to checking of following:
programme/ category for which the
Whether all the answers have been
candidate has appeared and cannot
be utilized for admission to any other
Mistake in the totaling of marks
programme/ category. Further, the merit
• Any requests sent without a scanned copy
of the candidate shall be valid only for the
of the Admit Card will not be responded.
academic session 2018-19. S.No Time Amount refunded NRI /SAARC/
NOTE : All admissions shall be completed Candidates
on or before the last date decided by the
Director General.
CANDIDATES APPLYING TO NIFT 1 On or before 17th Full fee except Registra- Full fee except 50% tuition
SHALL BE DEEMED TO HAVE COMPLETE July 2018 tion fee fee and Registration fee
AND THE PROCESS AS DISCLOSED ON 2 After 17th July 2018 Full fee except 50% tuition
Ragging in educational institutions is strictly THE NIFT WEBSITE. NIFT SHALL NOT BE but fee and Registration fee
banned and any student indulging in ragging RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY IGNORANCE ON before the date of
is liable to be punished appropriately, which THE PART OF THE CANDIDATE. start of last round of
may include expulsion from the institution, counseling
suspension from the institution or classes
for a limited period or fine with a public
apology. The punishment may also take the
shape of 3 On or after the date Only Security deposit
NIFT has signed an MOU with the Union
Bank of India (UBI) for Student Education of start of last round
(i) withholding fee subsidy/ scholarships of counseling*
Loans at a special rate of interest of 11.75%.
or other benefits, (ii) debarring from
The rate of interest is 11.25% for candidates
representation in events, (iii) withholding
belonging to SC/ST category. Girl students
results, (iv) suspension or expulsion from
also enjoy a rate of interest of 11.25%. UBI
hostel or mess. If the individual committing *Date of start of last round of counseling will be published on the NIFT website
has issued pre-approved sanction of loans
or abetting ragging is not/cannot be
to all aspirants who gain admission at
identified, collective punishment can be NOTE: No representation at later stage will be entertained by the Institute. No further
NIFT. The pre-approved sanction letter is at
awarded to act as a deterrent. correspondence in this regard will be made under any circumstances.
Annexure V. The students can approach any
Branch of UBI across the country with proof
The following will be termed as the act of
of admission to NIFT for availing the facility.
Any disorderly conduct whether by words NIFT Means – cum – Merit Financial
spoken or written or by an act, which has Assistance Scheme
the effect of teasing, treating or behaving
rudely with any other student(s), indulging
in rowdy or undisciplined activities which
NIFT offers limited subsidies to meritorious
students who are in need of financial
causes or is likely to cause annoyance, assistance as per the provisions made in
Áos’k fn’kk&funsZ’k - 2018

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Hkh laLFkku@fo’ofo|ky; ls fdlh Hkh
fo”k; esa vaMjxzstq,V dh fMxzh çkIr
mPp ek/;fed fo|ky; ijh{kk U;wure dh gksA
ços’k dSys.Mj&2018 ikap fo”k;ksa ds lkFk ikl gksuk pkfg,A ;k
;k • fu¶V@,uvkbZMh ls U;wure rhu o”kZ
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uksV% ekLVj v‚Q fMtkbu ¼,e- MSl½ ,d
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nsuk egkfuns’kd&fu¶V ds QSlys ij fuHkZj ços’k dh esa ugha ekus tk;saxsaA vgZrk çkIr vH;FkhZ dks fu¶V dh ik=rk Lo;a ds uke ls tkjh tkfr çek.k&i=
djsxk tks os ekeyk&nj&ekeyk ds vk/ vkSj nkf[kyk laca/kh vko’;drkvksa dks çLrqr djuk gksxkA ifr@ekrk@ekrk&firk
kkj ij ysaxsA iwjk djuk gksxkA ds uke dk çek.k&i= Lohdk;Z ugha gksxkA
¼iv½ ;g lqfuf’pr djuk dSEil ds lhVksa dk vkj{k.k çR;sd dh ik=rk fuEufyf[kr fodykax ¼ihMCY;wMh½
funs’kd@uksMy vf/kdkjh dh ftEesnkjh çR;sd çksxzke esa vuqlwfpr tkfr@vuqlwfpr gSa%
gksxh fd lHkh vH;FkhZ ços’k laca/kh tutkfr@fodykax O;fä ¼ihMCY;qMh½@ bl ds varxZr vkosnu dj jgs vH;FkhZ
fu/kkZfjr vgZrk,a iwjh djrs gSa fo’ks”kdj fons’kh ukxfjdksa@ lkdZ@ jkT; fo’ks”k ds vuqlwfpr tkfr@vuqlwfpr tutkfr fodykax O;fä;ksa ds vf/kdkj vf/kfu;e]
vLFkkbZ ços’k ds ekeys esaA vxj vH;FkhZ fuoklh vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, lhVsa fuEufyf[kr vH;FkhZ 2016 ¼2016 dk 49½ dh
le; ij vFkkZr 30 flrEcj] 2018 rd <ax ls vkjf{kr gSa% /kkjk 58 dh mi&/kkjk ¼2½¼d½ ds vuqlkj
viuk ijh{kk ifj.kke tek djus esa foQy bl vkjf{kr dksVs ds rgr vkosnu djus tkjh QkeZ V QkeZ VI ;k fnukad 15 twu]
jgrk gS rks mudk vLFkk;h ços’k Lor% okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vius lacaf/kr jkT;ksa@ 2017 dks th,lvkj la- 591 ¼bZ½ dh vf/
jí gks tk;sxkA la?k ‘kkflr {ks=ksa@jk”Vªh; tutkfr vk;ksx klwpuk ds fu;e 18 ¼1½ ds vuqlkj QkeZ
ds l{ke vf/kdkjh ls çkIr tkfr@tutkfr VII esa fodykax çek.k&i= layXu djuk
¼v½ os vH;FkhZ tks vius vafre o”kZ@vafre çek.k i= çLrqr djuk gksxkA visf{kr gksxkA çek.k&i= vf/kfu;e dh
lsesLVj@12 oha d{kk ¼—i;k vuqca/k&1 /kkjk 57 dh mi&/kkjk ¼1½ vkSj th,lvkj
ns[ksa½ ds ijh{kk ifj.kke ?kksf”kr ugha gksus vU; fiNM+h tkfr ¼xSj&laiUu½ la- 591 ¼bZ½ ds fu;e 17 ¼d½ vkSj ¼[k½ ds
dh otg ls vLFkkbZ nkf[kyk ysuk pkgrs vH;FkhZ varxZr fofufnZ”V fdlh fpfdRlk
gSa] mUgsa bl ckr dk çek.k tek djkuk çkf/kdkjh }kjk tkjh fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
gksxk fd mUgksaus vgZrk okyh fMxzh ijh{kk bl vkjf{kr dksVs ds rgr vkosnu djus
¼tks Hkh çklafxd gks½ ds fiNys lky@ okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks tkfr vkSj u‚u&Øheh ,sls vH;fFkZ;ksa dks dkmalfyax vkSj nkf[kyk
lsesLVj ds lHkh isij mRrh.kZ dj fy, gSaA ys;j dh vko’;drk dks iwjk djuk nksuksa gh le; çek.k&i= dh ewy çfr;ka
gksxkA bl dksVs ds rgr vkosnu djus çLrqr djuh gksaxhA
¼vi½ vH;FkhZ vgZrk okyh ijh{kk esa cSBus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks l{ke vf/kdkjh ls
ds çek.k ds :i esa MsV ‘khV@ços’k i=@ç/ bl vk’k; dk çek.k i= çLrqr djuk fodykax vH;fFkZ;ksa dks dkmalfyax esa
kkukpk;Z dk çek.k i= Hkh ysdj vk,axsaA gksxk fd os u‚u&Øheh ys;j ls rkYyqd ewY;kadu ds fy, mifLFkr gksuk vko’;d
j[krs gSaA ;g çek.k i= vH;FkhZ ds uke gSA ,sls vH;fFkZ;ksa dks mudh {kerk dk
¼vii½ ,sls vH;FkhZ ftUgksaus Lukrd ds vafre ls tkjh gksuk pkfg, vkSj ;g çek.k&i= vkadyu ds i’pkr dkslZ vkoafVr fd;k 71
lsesLVj@vafre o”kZ esa iwjd ijh{kk ¼vksa½ ds 01 flrEcj] 2017 ls igys dk tkjh tk;sxkA fu¶V] ihMCY;qMh Nk=ksa ds vkadyu
ds le; ckgjh lgk;rk dh O;oLFkk bl ‘krZ ds lkFk dj ldrk gS fd ,sls fdlh Hkh çksxzke ekinaM@i)fr mi;qärk
dke ds fy, vko’;d [kpZ Nk=@vkosnudrkZ dks ogu djuk gksxkA VSDuky‚th eSuqvyh ekewyh :i ekewyh :i ekewyh :i gkFk] iSj] eq[k
e’khu@ ls ns[kus esa ls cksyus esa ls lquus esa o xys esa dksbZ
gkykafd ;g flQkfj’k dh tkrh gS fd Nk=@vkosnudrkZ bl mís’; ds fy, vius Lo;a dEI;wVj dh Li”Vrk v’kDrrk v’kDrrk cM+k yksdkseksVj
ds ckgjh lgk;d dk bartke [kqn gh djsa D;ksafd blls mUgsa viuk ewY;kdau djokus cksMZ pykuk ugha
esa lqfo/kk gksxhA @ekschfyVh

fu¶V fdlh fo’ks”k çksxzke@ikBîØe ds fy, vH;FkhZ dh okLrfod ‘kkjhfjd@ekufld QS’ku eSustesaV eSuqvyh
{kerk dk vkadyu ml çksxzke@ikBîØe dh vko’;drkvksa dks /;ku esa j[kdj çR;sd dEI;wVj dh
dSEil esa ogka ds funs’kd }kjk fu/kkZfjr cksMZ ds }kjk fd;k tk;sxkA cksMZ pykuk
bl rhu lnL;h; cksMZ esa fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh@euksfpfdRld] lacaf/kr foHkkx ¼fMtkbu@
lkekU; vis{kk,a
VSDuky‚th@çca/ku½ dk dksbZ ladk; f’k{kd vkSj ,d ç’kklfud vf/kdkjh gksxkA
eq[;/kkjk dh ikBîp;kZ dks le>us ds fy, i;kZIr Kku pkfg, u fd dksbZ ckSf)d nks”kA vdknfed
vkSj@;k laçs”k.k dkS’ky esa vuqdwy dk;Z esa FkksM+h deh n’kkZrh gS ysfdu ikBîp;kZ dh vis{kkvksa dks
vH;fFkZ;ksa dks dkmalfyax ds le; ,sls vkadyu ds fy, rS;kj gksdj vkus dh lykg
iwjk djus dh ;ksX; gks vkSj Lora= :i ls lgk;d midj.kksa dk ç;ksx djds ifjos’k ls lh[kus
nh tkrh gSA fu¶V ,sls vkadyu ds fy, viuh ç;ksx’kkyk@midj.k@ijh{kk lkexzh dk
;ksX; gksA cM+s lewg esa lh[kus dh O;oLFkk ds vuqdwy gksus ds fy, vPNk lkekftd ifjppkZ
ç;ksx dj ldrk gS rkfd vH;FkhZ ds ml çksxzke@ikBîØe ds fy, vko’;d ‘kkjhfjd@
dkS’ky rFkk HkkoukRed :i ls l{ke gksuk pkfg, rFkk pqukSrhiw.kZ O;ogkj ugha gksuk pkfg, tks nwljs
ekufld {kerk dk irk yxk;k tk lds] cksMZ fdlh vH;FkhZ ds fy, dksbZ fo’ks”k
Nk=ksa dh f’k{kk esa ck/kk mRiUu u dj ldsaA
ijh{kk Hkh cuk ldrk gSA

bl ds rgr vkj{k.k dh ekax djus okys lHkh vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, ;g vkadyu
vfuok;Z gSA vkosnu QkeZ esa lq/kkj@v|ru djus çksxzke esa 5 lhVsa fnYyh] eqacbZ] dksydkrk]
ds fy, foaMks csaxyq#] psUubZ] gSnjkckn] xka/khuxj]
cksMZ viuh dk;Zokfg;ksa esa ;g vuq’kalk djsxk fd vH;FkhZ mä çksxzke esa Hkkx ysus l{ke jk;cjsyh vkSj Jhuxj esa fons’kh ukxfjdksa
gS ;k ugha] ftlds fy, mlus vkosnu fd;k gSA Hkqxrku djus ls igys vH;FkhZ v‚uykbu ¼pkgs os Hkkjr ;k fons’k esa jgrs gksa½ vkSj
vkosnu esa lwpuk esa lq/kkj@v|ru dj xSj&fuoklh Hkkjrh;] Hkkjr dk og
,sls fdlh Hkh vkns’k dh çfr vH;FkhZ dks fyf[kr esa Hkh ikorh ds lkFk Hksth tk,xh] ldrk gSA vH;FkhZ }kjk ,d ckj Hkqxrku ukxfjd ftlds ikl Hkkjrh; ikliksVZ gks
blesa mls ;g Hkh crk;k tk;sxk fd og bl vkns’k ds f[kykQ vihy dj ldrk gS] djus ij mls flLVe }kjk fdlh Hkh lwpuk rFkk og vLFkk;h :i ls dke] fjgk;’k
bl fLFkfr esa ;g vihy eq[;ky; ds LFkk;h cksMZ dks Hkst nh tk;sxh] ftldh vuq’kalk esa ifjorZu la’kks/ku djus dh vuqefr djus ;k fdlh vU; dk;Z ds fy, fdlh
vafre gksxh vkSj blds f[kykQ dksbZ vH;kosnu Lohdkj ugha fd;k tk;sxkA ugha nh tk,xhA gkykafd] vkosnd dks nwljs ns’k esa N% eghus ;k mlls vf/kd ds
30 fnlacj] 2017 dks 1200 cts ls 02 fy, x;k gks] ds ços’k ds fy, vkjf{kr gSaA
fu¶V fdlh Hkh vH;FkhZ dks fdlh [kkl çksxzke esa çn’kZu ugha dj ikus dh n’kk esa tuojh] 2018 dks 1600 cts rd vkosnu fons’kh ukxfjdksa@,uvkjvkbZ vH;fFkZ;ksa ds
v;ksX; djkj nsus dk vf/kdkj j[krk gSA QkeZ esa viuh O;fäxr lwpuk ¼ijh{kk dsaæ fy, fu¶V ds çksxzke esa ços’k fuEufyf[kr
ds ‘kgj dks cnyus dh vuqefr ugha gS½ dh ijh{kkvksa ds vk/kkj ij gksxk%
fuEufyf[kr rkfydk ;g crkrh gS fd vxj Nk= dks eq[;/kkjk ds ikBîØe esa ços’k ds leh{kk djus vkSj lq/kkj djus dk volj
fy, ;ksX; ik;k tkrk gS rks fodykaxrk dh fofHkUu Jsf.k;ksa vkSj çksxzke ds fy, fu¶V çnku fd;k tk,xkA
ds cksMZ }kjk fdl rjg dk vkadyu fd;k tk ldrk gS%
&vkosnu QkeZ esa lq/kkj@v|ru djus ds cSpyj çksxzke ,l,Vh çkIrkad
i’pkr, ;fn vkosnd fu¶V esa ços’k ysus ¼ch-fMtkbZu ,oa
çksxzke ekinaM@i)fr mi;qärk
ds fy, ik= ugha ik;k tkrk gS] rks igys ch-,Q-VSd½
fMtkbu MªkbZax@Ldsfpax –f”V ekewyh :i ekewyh :i gkFk] iSj] dykRedrk ds lkFk ls Hkqxrku dh xbZ vkosnu Qhl okil
@e‚My cukuk Li”Vrk ls cksyus esa ls lquus esa eq[k o xys MªkbZax ;k e‚My esa ekLVj çksxzke theSV çkIrkad
ugha dh tk,xhA
@jax dk cks/k v’kDrrk v’kDrrk esa dksbZ cM+k –’; vkSj ekSf[kd ¼,e,Q,e½
yksdkseksVj tkudkjh dks pquus] &vkosnu çfd;k ds nkSjku lgh lwpuk ekLVj çksxzke thvkjbZ çkIrkad
ugha O;ofLFkr djus vkSj çnku djus dh ,dek= ftEesnkjh vkosnd
,dh—r djus esa
¼,e- MSl ,oa ,e-
dh gksxhA fdlh Hkh Lrj ij ;fn ;g ik;k ,Q-VSd½
l{keA tkrk gS fd vxj mEehnokj }kjk çnku dh
lkekU; vis{kk,a xbZ lwpuk lgh ugha gS] rks fu¶V ds ikl
eq[;/kkjk dh ikBîp;kZ dks le>us ds fy, i;kZIr Kku pkfg, u fd dksbZ ckSf)d nks”kA vdknfed mldh mEehnokjh jí djus dk vf/kdkj vH;fFkZ;ksa }kjk çkIr fd, x, vadksa ds
vkSj@;k laçs”k.k dkS’ky esa vuqdwy dk;Z esa FkksM+h deh n’kkZrh gS ysfdu ikBîp;kZ dh vis{kkvksa dks gSA laLFkku ds çca/ku vkSj deZpkfj;ksa vuqlkj rS;kj dh xbZ ,d esfjV lwph
iwjk djus dh ;ksX; gks vkSj Lora= :i ls lgk;d midj.kksa dk ç;ksx djds ifjos’k ls lh[kus dks çHkkfor djus ds fy, dksbZ Hkh çR;{k ds vk/kkj ij dsaæ @çksxzke vkoafVr fd,
;ksX; gksA cM+s lewg esa lh[kus dh O;oLFkk ds vuqdwy gksus ds fy, vPNk lkekftd ifjppkZ ;k vçR;{k ç;kl mEehnokjksa dh Lor% tk,axsaA vH;FkhZ 30 vçSy] 2018 ls igys
dkS’ky rFkk HkkoukRed :i ls l{ke gksuk pkfg, rFkk pqukSrhiw.kZ O;ogkj ugha gksuk pkfg, tks nwljs v;ksX;rk dk dkj.k gksxkA fdrus Hkh ,l,Vh@th,e,Vh@thvkjbZ
Nk=ksa dh f’k{kk esa ck/kk mRiUu u dj ldsaA ijh{kkvksa esa cSB ldrk gSA fdlh Hkh dsaæ
fons’kh ukxfjd@lkdZ@,uvkjvkbZ esa lhV vkoafVr djrs le; bu lcesa çkIr
loksZPp vad ij fopkj fd;k tk,xkA 73
dqy lhVksa dk iUæg ¼15%½ vFkkZr çR;sd
6 Hkqous’oj mM+hlk
fons’kh ukxfjd @ lkdZ @ ,uvkjvkbZ ¼,vkbZ;w½] ubZ fnYyh ¼osclkbV:www. bPNqd vH;FkhZ] vko’;d ‘kS{kf.kd vkSj ds varxZr vkosnu djus dh aiuweb.org½ ls ,d led{k çek.k&i= dkxtkrh vfuok;Zrkvksa dks iwjk djus ds 7 tks/kiqj jktLFkku
çfØ;k% çkIr djuk gksxkA v/;/khu ços’k ds fy, ik= gksaxsA fo’ks”k 8 Jhuxj* tEew ,oa d’ehj*
,uvkjvkbZ ijh{kk@lk{kkRdkj ubZ fnYyh esa
bl ds varxZr ços’k ds bPNqd fu¶V esa f’k{k.k dk ek/;e vaxzsth gS vkSj vk;ksftr fd;k tk,xkA lHkh vH;fFkZ;ksa
vH;fFkZ;ksa dks bl osclkbV ;k blfy, fu¶V esa ços’k ds bPNqd lHkh ds fy, iathdj.k vfuok;Z gksxkA ,sls *30 lhVksa esa ls ¼35%½ lhVsa tEew ,oa
http://applyadmission-net/NIFTNRI2018 vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vaxzsth Hkk”kk dk dk;Zlk/ vH;fFkZ;ksa ftUgsa flpq,’ku VsLV ,oa lewg d’ehj jkT; ds fuokfl;ksa dks jkT;
ij v‚uykbu vkosnu djuk gksxkA bl kd Kku gksuk pkfg,A ppkZ rFkk ihvkbZ gsrq ‘k‚VZfyLV esa vkus fuoklh vf/kekU; lhVksa ds :i esa v‚Qj ds varxZr vkosnu djus dh vafre esa foQy jgs gSa] ,sls vH;fFkZ;ksa dks dsoy dh tk,xhA
frfFk 30 vçSy] 2018 gSA Qhl dk Hkqxrku% lk{kkRdkj esa mifLFkr gksuk gksxkA u,
vH;fFkZ;ksa dks nksuksa vFkkZr fyf[kr ços’k vH;FkhZ dks mlh jkT; dk fuoklh ekuk
fu¶V ds cSpyj çksxzke ds fy, vkosnu os vH;FkhZ tks mi;qZDr fofufnZ”V ços’k ijh{kk ,oa lk{kkRdkj esa ‘kkfey gksuk gksxkA tk;sxk tgka ls mlus viuh 12oha d{kk@
djus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vius ,l,Vh ds ekin.M iwjs djrs gSa] os v‚uykbu fu¶V esfjV lwph rS;kj djrs le; tks mEehnokj xzstq,’ku@vgZrk fMxzh dh ijh{kk ikl dh
çkIrkadksa dks vius d‚yst cksMZ] vesfjdk ls Hkqxrku xsVos ds ek/;e ls 100 vejhdh flQZ lk{kkRdkj esa ‘kkfey gq, mUgsa ‘kh”kZ gSA bl vk’k; dk çek.k&i= fo|ky;
lh/ks fu¶V eq[;ky;] ubZ fnYyh dks Hkstus M‚yj dh visf{kr vkosnu Qhl ds lkFk LFkku esa j[kk tk,xk vkSj u, vH;fFkZ;ksa ;k egkfo|ky; ls çkIr fd;k tkuk
dk çca/k djuk gksxkA ,l,Vh çkIrkad vkosnu dj ldrs gSaA dks mlds ckn j[kk tk,xkA bu ekunaMksa pkfg,A ,sls ekeys tgka vH;FkhZ us vgZdrk
d‚yst cksMZ ls lh/ks fu¶V eq[;ky;] ubZ ds vk/kkj ij ,d vafre lesfdr esfjV çek.k&i=@fMxzh nwjLFk f’k{kk ek/;e
fnYyh dks tek djk;k tkuk gksrk gSA bl ds varxZr ,d ckj p;fur gksus lwph ?kksf”kr dh tk,xhA lhVksa dk vkoaVu ¼fMLVsaV yfuaZx½ ls fd;k gks ogka vH;FkhZ
fufnZ”V laLFkku dk ¼MhvkbZ½ dksM 7258 okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks nkf[kys ds le; igys l[rh iwoZd esfjV lwph ds vuqlkj gksxkA }kjk fu;fer vk/kkj ij lfEefyr gq,
gSA ‘kS{kf.kd lky ds nks lsesLVjksa dh Qhl vfuoklh Hkkjrh; ds cPpksa vkSj vkfJrksa Ldwy dk irk mlds@muds vf/kokl dh
vH;fFkZ;ksa dks dsaæ o çksxzke muds ,l,Vh@ tek djuh gksxhA mUgsa blds lkFk gh iwjs ds varxZr p;fur fd, x, vH;fFkZ;ksa dks fLFkfr dks fu/kkZfjr djsxkA
th,e,Vh@thvkjbZ çkIrkadksa o mudh çksxzke dh vof/k ds fy, oS/k vkoklh; vfuoklh vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, fu/kkZfjr dh
ojh;rk vkSj ilan ds vk/kkj ij vkoafVr ijfeV ;k Nk= ohtk ysuk gksxkA xbZ Qhl dk Hkqxrku djuk gksxkA oks vH;FkhZ tks ,sls jkT;ksa ds vf/koklh
fd, tk,¡xsA gks tgka fu¶V dk dSEil fLFkr gks mUgsa
,uvkjvkbZ ds cPps vkSj vkfJr Nk=kokl vkSj vU; [kpsZ % ,Mfe’ku v‚uykbu vkosnu QkeZ Hkjrs le; mls
,l,Vh esa iathdj.k ds le; vH;fFkZ;ksa fooj.k&iqfLrdk ¼çkLisDVl½ esa n’kkZ, xbZ ojh;rk nsus dk fodYi fn;k tk,xkA ;|fi
dks muds vad fu¶V] eq[;ky;] ubZ fnYyh dksbZ Hkh [kkyh jg tkus okyh ,uvkjvkbZ Nk=kokl ¼g‚LVy½ Qhl vkSj vU; [kpsZ muds ikl fodYi gksxk fd os lkekU;@
Hksts tkus ds fy, MhvkbZ dksM% 7258 lhV jí gks tk,xh vkSj fdlh vU; fu¶V ds ,d dSEil ls nwljs dSEil ds vuqlwfpr tkfr@vuqlwfpr tutkfr@vU;
Li”V fy[kuk pkfg,A esa ifjofrZr ugha dh tk,xhA rFkkfi cph vuqlkj cny ldrs gSA vH;FkhZ dks g‚LVy fiNM+h tkfr oxZ ¼tSlk Hkh ykxw gks½ ds
gqbZ lhVsa dkmalfyax ds nkSjku esfjV ds vk/ Qhl lh/ks dSEil esa nkf[kys@To‚bu djus vuqlkj esfjV ds vuqlkj dksbZ Hkh dkslZ@
ekLVj çksxzkeksa vFkkZr ekLVj v‚Q QS’ku kkj ij ,uvkjvkbZ ds cPpksa@vkfJrksa dks ds le; tek djkuh gksrh gSA vH;fFkZ;ksa dSEil muds ilan dk pqu ldrs gSaA
eSustesaV ¼,e,Q,e½ ds fy, vkosnu djus v‚Qj dh tk,axhA fu¶V iqu% mlds çksxzke dks lykg nh tkrh gS fd os Nk=kokl
okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vius theSV ijh{kk ds rgr lhVksa dk vkoaVu vH;fFkZ;ksa dh ds vkokl ds dejs vkSj lEc) [kpsZ ds vuqlwfpr tkfr@vuqlwfpr tutkfr@vU;
çkIrkad tcfd ekLVj v‚Q fMtkbu ekax dks ns[krs gq, dj ldrk gS vkSj laca/k esa foLr`r tkudkjh ds fy, osclkbV fiNM+h tkfr oxZ ¼xSj&laiUu oxZ½ dk
¼,e- fMtkbZu½ rFkk ekLVj v‚Q QS’ku ,slk djrs le; bl ds fy, fu/ ns[ksa vFkok fu¶V dSEilksa ds lacaf/kr çkf/ vkj{k.k vf/kokl okys jkT;ksa dh lhVksa
VSDuky‚th ¼,e-,Q-VSd½ ds fy, vkosnu kkZfjr lexz lhVksa dh lhek dks /;ku j[kk kdkfj;ksa ls laidZ djsaA ij Hkh ykxw gksxkA
djus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vius thvkjbZ tk,xkA
ijh{kk çkIrkad dks lh/ks fu¶V eq[;ky;] os lHkh mEehnokj ftuds ikl d‚eu esfjV dSls vkosnu djsa% vkosnu i= tek
ubZ fnYyh dks Hksts tkus dk çca/k djuk jSad ¼lh,evkj½ gS vkSj tks ^,uvkjvkbZ jkT; ds fuokl laca/kh vf/kekU; djuk
pkfg,A thvkjbZ@theSV@,l,Vh çkIrkad 1 ds cPps@vkfJr* ds varxZr vkrs gSa] mUgsa lhV
tuojh] 2016 ls igys ?kksf”kr ugha gq, ,uvkjvkbZ lhV pquus dk ,d vkSj ekSdk vH;FkhZ bl osclkbV
gksus pkfg, o laLFkku dks 30 vçSy] 2018 fn;k tk;sxk c’krsaZ os bldh vfuok;Zrkvksa chl ¼20%½ lhVsa vFkkZr 6 vfrfjä lhVsa] ;k http://admission-net/nift2018 ij
rd çkIr gks tkus pkfg,A vkosndksa dks dks iwjk djrs gksa] mUgsa fu;fer dkmaflfyax 30 lhVksa ds vykok] jkT; fuoklh vf/ v‚uykbu vkosnu dj ldrs gSaA
thvkjbZ@theSV@,l,Vh esa fu¶V ds çksxzke ds nkSjku vko’;d dkxtkr ,oa Qhl kekU; lhVksa ds :i esa mu vH;fFkZ;ksa
dks viuh ilan ds rkSj ij vafdr dj tek djuh gksxhA dks ços’k dh is’kd’k dh tk,xh tks ml bl ç;kstukFkZ os v‚uykbu vkosnu djus
nsuk pkfg,A jkT; ls laca/k j[krk gS tgka fu¶V ds ds fy, fn’kkfunsZ’k dks Hkh ns[k ldrs gSaA
fof’k”V vfuoklh Hkkjrh; fuEufyf[kr dSEl vofLFkr gSa% fooj.k&iqfLrdk fu¶V dh osclkbV www.
bl ds varxZr ços’k çkIr djus ds ¼,uvkjvkbZ½ ijh{kk ij eq¶r esa miyC/k gSA vkosnu
bPNqd vH;fFkZ;ksa dks fu/kkZfjr vkosnu Øe fu¶V dSEil jkT; dh Qhl dk Hkqxrku v‚uykbu isesaV xsVos
Q‚eZ esa vkosnu v‚uykbu djuk pkfg,A rFkkfi] ;fn ,uvkjbZ lhV [kkyh jgrh la[;k ;k fQj ^fu¶V eq[;ky;* ds uke ls ubZ
gS rks ;g lhV iqu% ços’k ds fy, fo’ks”k fnYyh esa Hkqxrku fd;s tkus okys cSad
‘kSf{kd ;ksX;rk% lHkh vH;fFkZ;ksa dks ,uvkjvkbZ ijh{kk ds ek/;e ls çnku dh 1 iVuk fcgkj fMekaM Mªk¶V ds ek/;e ls fd;k tkuk gSA
visf{kr ‘kSf{kd vgZrkvksa dh iwfrZ djuh tk,xhA 2 dkaxM+k fgekpy çns’k
gksxhA ,sls ekeys esa tgka fMxzh@çek.k&i= 3 dUuqj dsjy ŒŒ lkekU;@vU; fiNM+h tkfr ¼xSj&Øheh
fdlh nwljs ns’k ds fo’ofo|ky;@cksMZ os mEehnokj ftudks flpq,’ku VsLV@ lewg ys;j½ ds fy, xSj&okilh ;ksX;
ls çkIr fd;k x;k gS rks ços’k ls iwoZ] ppkZ ,oa ihvkbZ ds fy, ‘kWkVZfyLV ugha 4 Hkksiky e/; çns’k vkosnu ‘kqYd% 1500@& :i;s isesaV 75
,lksfl,’ku v‚Q bafM;u ;wfuoflZVht fd;k tk ldk gS] muds lkFk&lkFk u, 5 f’kykax es?kky; xsVos ;k cSad fMekaM Mªk¶V }kjk nh
tk,A i= dk fçaV vkmV fMekaM Mªk¶V ds lkFk 16. dkaxM+k dkS’ky o mi;qärk dh tkap djus gsrq dh
fuEufyf[kr irs ij Hkstuk gS% 17. dUuwj ¼dsjy½ x;h gSA
ŒŒ vuqlwfpr tkfr@vuqlwfpr tutkfr@
ihMCY;qMh ds fy, xSj&okilh çkstsDV eSustj 18. dksydkrk ijh{kk dsaæ esa ços’k dsoy ços’k i= ds
;ksX; vkosnu ‘kqYd% 750@& :i;s vf[ky Hkkjrh; çca/ku la?k] 19. y[kuÅ lkFk gh vuqefr nh tk,xhA eksckby o
isesaV xsVos ;k cSad fMekaM Mªk¶V }kjk eSustesUV gkml] 14] bafLVVîw’kuy ,fj;k] vU; rduhdh midj.kksa dks ijh{kk dsaæksa
nh tk,A yks/kh jksM] ubZ fnYyh&110003- 20. enqjbZ ds dSEil ds vanj ys tkus dh vuqefr ugha
21. eqcabZ gSA ftl fdlh vH;FkhZ ds ikl eksckby
Hkqxrku dh fof/k% ØsfMV dkMZ@MsfcV iw.kZ :i ls Hkjk x;k vkosnu&i= mi;qZDr 22.
;k dksbZ vU; lwpuk midj.k ik;k x;k
dkMZ vkSj fMekaM Mªk¶V irs ij le; ls igqap tkuk pkfg,A viw. ukxiqj rks mls ijh{kk NksM+dj tkus ds fy;k dgk
kZ vkosnu i= ;k fQj nsj ls çkIr gksus 23. iVuk tk;sxk vkSj mls v;ksX; djkj dj fn;k
¼d½ ØsfMV dkMZ@MsfcV dkMZ okys vkosnu i=ksa dks Lohdkj ugha fd;k
tk;sxkA laLFkku Mkd ;k dwfj;j dh otg iwuk
vkosnu ‘kqYd dk Hkqxrku ¼1500@&:i;s ls nsj ls igqapus okys vkosnu&i= ;k QkeZ 25. jk;iqj vH;FkhZ dks ijh{kk ‘kq: gksus ls 30 feuV
;k 750@& :i;s½ tSlk Åij crk;k tk ;k i=kpkj ds [kks tkus dh ftEesokjh ugha 26. igys ijh{kk dsaæ igqap tkuk pkfg,A
pqdk gS] ØsfMV dkMZ ;k fQj MsfcV dkMZ ds ysrk gSA jkaph
tfj;s fd;k tk ldrk gSaA vkosnu ‘kqYd 27. lwjr
ij yxus okys cSad vkSj@vFkok ysu nsu ds vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vkxs Hkfo”; esa lanHkZ ds 28. mn;iqj fyf[kr ijh{kk dh
‘kqYd vkosnd dks mBkus gksaxsA fy, vkosnu i= dk fçaV vkmV vkSj QksVks
vH;fFkZ;ksa ls r; le; ij vkosnu djus çfr ds lkFk&lkFk Hkqxrku ds lcwr dh 29. cM+ksnjk ijh{kk dh frfFk% 21 tuojh] 2018% lHkh
dh lykg nh tkrh gSA çfr j[kus dh lykg nh tkrh gSA 30. fo'kk[kkiêue vaMjxzstq,V ,oa iksLVxzstq,V ikB;Øeksa gsr

¼[k½ fMekaM Mªk¶V ijh{kk dsUæksa ds ‘kgjksa dh lwph 31. f’kykax q

32. Jhuxj ¼tEew ,oa d'ehj½ çksxzke ijh{kk ijh{kk dk le;
vkosnu ‘kqYd dk Hkqxrku ¼1500@& :i;s lHkh vaMjxzstq,V ,oa iksLVxzstq,V çksxzke
lkekU;@vU; fiNM+h tkfr ¼u‚u&Øheh ds fy, fnukad 21 tuojh] 2018 dks 32 —i;k /;ku nsa fd fu¶V mDr mfYyf[kr cSpyj v‚Q lh,Vh 10-00 ls 01-00
ys;j½ ds vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ekeys esa vkSj ‘kgjksa esa isij vk/kkfjr ijh{kk ¼ihchVh½ yh ijh{kk dsUæksa esa ls fdlh Hkh dsaæ dks fujLr fMtkbu cts rd
750@& :i;s vuqlwfpr tkfr@vuqlwfpr tk,xhA djus dk vf/kdkj j[krk gSA ,slh voLFkk th,Vh 02-30 ls 04-
tutkfr@ihMCY;qMh ds ekeys esa½ vH;FkhZ dks 21 tuojh] 2018 dks ijh{kk esa ,d oSdfYid dsaæ] tks ç’kklfud ,oa 30 cts rd
tSlk Åij crk;k tk pqdk gS] cSad fMekaM ds fy, ,d ‘kgj pquuk gksxkA ckn esa mudh vofLFkfr dh –f”V ls vuqdwy gks] ekLVj v‚Q lh,Vh 10-00 ls 01-00
Mªk¶V ds tfj;s fd;k tk ldrk gSA fMekaM fdlh Lrj ij ijh{kk dsaæ esa ifjorZu ds vkoafVr fd;k tk;sxkA fMtkbu cts rd
Mªk¶V ^^fu¶V eq[;ky;**] ubZ fnYyh ds vuqjks/k ij fopkj ugha fd;k tk,xkA
i{k esa ns; gksuk pkfg,A fMekaM Mªk¶V dh lacaf/kr tkudkjh ds fy, vH;FkhZ th,Vh 02-30 ls 04-
lHkh lwpuk,a v‚uykbu vkosnu i= esa bZ&esy%nift@applyadmission-net ;k 30 cts rd
Hkjh tkuh pkfg,A Øekad la- 'kgj dj ldrs gSaA cSpyj th,Vh 10-00 ls 01-00
1. vgenkckn v‚Q QS’ku cts rd
vH;fFkZ;ksa dks lykg nh tkrh gS fd os 2. csaxyq# VSDuky‚th
fMekaM Mªk¶V Hkstus ls igys fuEufyf[kr ços’k ç= ekLVj th,Vh 10-00 ls 01-00
tkudkfj;ka lko/kkuhiwoZd tk¡p ysa A 3. Hkksiky v‚Q QS’ku cts rd
4. Hkqous'oj fu¶V vkosnu i= esa nh x;h tkudkjh ds VSDuky‚th
ŒŒ fMekaM Mªk¶V ^fu¶V eq[;ky;* ds vk/kkj ij] varfje :i ls ;ksX; vH;fFkZ;ksa
uke ls cuk,A 5. paMhx<+ ds ços’k i= 09 tuojh] 2018 ds ckn ekLVj v‚Q th,Vh 10-00 ls 01-00 ;k http://admission- QS ’ ku eS u s - cts rd
6. psUubZ tes a V
ŒŒ fMekaM Mªk¶V dh /kujkf’k vFkkZr net/nift2018 ls MkmuyksM fd, tkus ds
lkekU;@vU; fiNM+h tkfr ¼u‚u&Øheh 7. dksphu fy, miyC/k gksaxsA ços’k i= Mkd }kjk
ys;j½ ds vH;fFkZ;ksa ds ekeys esa 8. dks;EcVwj ugha Hksts tk,axsA vH;fFkZ;ksa dks ;g lykg fyf[kr ijh{kk ds ifj.kke fu¶V dh
1500@&:i;s vkSj vuqlwfpr tkfr@ nh tkrh gS fd os uohure tkudkjh gsrq osclkbV ij fn[ksxsaA
vuqlwfpr tutkfr@ihMCY;qMh ds 9. nsgjknwu fu¶V dh osclkbV dks fu;fer :i ls
ekeys esa 750@& :i;s] tgka dgha ykxw 10. fnYyh ns[krs jgsaA th,Vh ,oa lh,Vh ds fyf[kr ijh{kk ds
gks] gksxhA ifj.kke ds vk/kkj ij NkaVs x, ch&MSl
11. xqokgkVh ços’k ijh{kk ds vH;fFkZ;ksa dks nwljh ijh{kk] ftls
ŒŒ fMekaM Mªk¶V ij tkjh djus okys vf/ 12. gSnjkckn ikfjfLFkfrd ijh{kk ¼flpq,’ku VsLV½ dgrs
kdkjh dk uke] rkjh[k] /kujkf’k vkSj lHkh p;fur] ;ksX; vH;fFkZ;ksa dks fyf[kr gSa] ds fy, cqyk;k tk,xkA ch,QVsd
gLrk{kj gksus pkfg,A 13. t;iqj ços’k ijh{kk ds fy, vius }kjk pqus x, vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, th,Vh p;u gsrq vafre
14. tEew ijh{kk dsUæksa ij mifLFkr gksuk gksxkA ijh{kk gksxhA ,eMsl ds vH;FkhZ dks th,Vh
fMekaM Mªk¶V ds tfj;s vkosnu djus okys 15. tks/kiqj
fyf[kr ijh{kk dh ifjdYiuk] vH;fFkZ;ksa ,oa lh,Vh nsuk gksxkA th,Vh ,oa lh,Vh 77
vH;FkhZ dks iwjh rjg ls Hkjk gqvk vkosnu }kjk p;fur çksxzke ds fy, muds Kku] ds ifj.kkeksa ds vk/kkj ij ,eMSl ds ekeys
esa vkSj ,e,QVsd ,oa ,e,Q,e ds ekeys v‚Q fMtkbu ¼,e-MSl½ ds fy, lkekU; lerqY; vFkZ okys ‘kCn] ,dopu] cgqopu] ijh{kk dk <kapk
esa th,Vh okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks lewg ppkZ@ çfrHkk ijh{kk ¼tujy ,fcfyVh VsLV ¼xSV½% okD;ka’k ds fy, ,d ‘kCn] eqgkojs o
futh lk{kkRdkj ¼thMh@ihvkbZ½ gsrq cqyk;k bl ijh{kk esa fuEufyf[kr [k.Mksa ij vk/ dgkorsa] ‘kq) orZuh vkfn ij iwNs tk,axsaA

tk,xkA kkfjr ç’u gksaxs%

1- vkafdd n{krk 3½ vaxzsth Hkk”kk dk cks/k% bl mi&ijh{kk
ijh{kk ds fy, vkosnu djus okys 2- laçs”k.k n{krk dk mís’; vH;FkhZ dks fn, x, x|ka’k ls
vH;fFkZ;ksa dks lqfuf’pr djuk gksxk fd 3- vaxzsth cks/k fdlh ifjfLFkfr dks le>us dh {kerk dk
os ços’k dh ik=rk dks iwjk djrs gSaA 4- fo’ys”kkRed n{krk ijh{k.k djuk gS o mldh cqfu;knh vaxzsth isij dk uke th,Vh th,Vh th,Vh
ijh{kk ds çR;sd Lrj ij mudk ços’k dh 5- lkekU; Kku vkSj uohure ?kVukØe Hkk”kk dk ijh{k.k gSA
ik=rk vFkkZr fyf[kr ijh{kk] flpq,’ku fyf[kr vaxzsth vaxzsth vaxzsth
VsLV] lewg ppkZ ,oa lk{kkRdkj ¼tSlk Hkh çR;sd [kaM esa ç’uksa dh la[;k lky nj 4½ fo’ys”k.kkRed n{krk% bl mi&ijh{kk ijh{kk dh
ekeyk gks½ vuafre gh jgsxk tc rd fd lky cny ldrh gSA dk mís’; vH;FkhZ dh nh x;h tkudkjh Hkk”kk
os blds fy, fu/kkZfjr ik=rk iwjh ugha dj ls fu”d”kZ fudkyuk o mldh rdZ ‘kfä
ysrsA fyf[kr ijh{kk ls igys ;k ckn esa ijh{kk lajpuk dk ijh{k.k djuk gSA ijh{kk 180 180 180
fdlh le; lR;kiu ds nkSjku ;fn ;g dh vof/k
flpq,’ku VsLV] lewg ppkZ ,oa lk{kkRdkj 5½ lkekU; Kku o orZeku ?kVukØe% bl ¼feuV½
¼tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks½ ik;k tkrk gS fd çksxzke cSpyj ekLVj mi&ijh{kk dks bl çdkj rS;kj fd;k
vH;FkhZ ik=rk dh ‘krsaZ iwjh ugha djrk gS v‚Q v‚Q x;k gS ftlls fd vH;FkhZ ds lkekU; [kaM ç'uksa ç’uksa ç’uksa
rks mls fcuk vkSj dksbZ lwpuk fn, mudk@ fMtkbu fMtkbu Kku vkSj orZeku ?kVukØe ds fo”k; esa dh dh dh
mudh ijh{kk laca/kh mEeh}kjh jí dj nh ç’u i= dk th,Vh th,Vh Kku dk ijh{k.k fd;k tk ldsA la[;k la[;k la[;k
tk;sxhA fu¶V bl çdkj ds fujLrhdj.k
ds dkj.k gksus okys fdUgha Hkh ifj.kkeksa ds uke ifjek.kkRed 30 30 10
fy, mÙkjnk;h ugha gksxkA fyf[kr ijh{kk vaxzsth vaxzsth n{krk
dh Hkk”kk jpukRed n{krk ijh{kk ¼lh,Vh&dSV½ laçs”k.k 45 45 50
fyf[kr ços’k ijh{kk ds çR;sd vafre esfjV n{krk vkSj
lwph esa fn, x, osVst fuEukuqlkj gksaxsA ijh{kk dh 120 120 ;g ijh{kk vkarfjd dkYifud fuiq.krk]
vof/k ¼feuV½ /;ku nsus dh ‘kfä] fdlh fopkj ,oa vaxzsth cks/k
[kaM ç’uksa dh ç’uksa dh fMtkbu dks u, rjhds ls fodflr djus fo’ys”kkRed 25 25 25
çksxzke ijh{kk osVst dh l`tukRedrk dh ijh{kk djuk gksrk
la[;k la[;k ,oa rkfdZd
cSpyj v‚Q lh,Vh 50 % gSA bl ijh{kk dk ,d egRoiw.kZ igyq gS n{krk
fMtkbu th,Vh 30 % vkafdd n{krk 20 20 l`tukRed ,oa uohu çdkj ls jax ,oa
25 30 O;k[;k dh fuiq.krkA lkekU; 25 25 25
flP;q,'ku VsLV 20 % laokn n{krk
Kku vkSj
ekLVj v‚Q lh,Vh 40 % vaxzsth cks/k 25 30 uohure
fMtkbu fo’ys”kkRed 15 25 lkekU; n{krk ijh{kk ¼th,Vh&xSV½ ?kVukØe
th,Vh 30 %
n{krk cSpyj v‚Q VSDuky‚th ¼ch,QVsd½] ekLVj dsl LVMh 25 25 40
thMh@ihvkbZ 30 %
lkekU; Kku 15 15 v‚Q QS’ku eSustesaV ¼,e,Q,e½] ekLVj dqy 150 150 150
cSpyj th,Vh 100 % v‚Q fMtkbu ¼,eMSl½ ,oa ekLVj v‚Q
vkSj uohure
v‚Q QS’ku QS’ku VSDuky‚th ¼,e,QVsd½
dqy 100 120 bl ijh{kk ds fofHkUu Hkkx gksaxs tks 1½ vkafdd n{krk% bl mi&ijh{kk dk fu/
ekLVj th,Vh 70 % fuEuor gSa% kkZj.k vH;FkhZ dh vkafdd n{krk dks tkapus
v‚Q QS’ku thMh@ihvkbZ 30 % 1- vkafdd n{krk ds fy, fd;k tkrk gSA bl mi&ijh{kk ds
VSDuky‚th 1½ vkafdd n{krk% ;g mi&ijh{kk vH;FkhZ 2- laçs”k.k dh {kerk ,oa vaxzsth cks/k varxZr ç’u tksM+] xq.kk] Hkkx lekuqikr]
ds vkafdd ¼ifjek.kkRed½ n{krk dh 3- fo’ys”k.kkRed ,oa rkfdZd n{krk çfr’kr] C;kt nj dke] le; pky]
ekLVj v‚Q th,Vh 70 % tkap ds fy, rS;kj fd;k x;k gSA bl 4- lkekU; Kku ,oa le&lkef;d ekeys vuqikr ,oa fgLls rFkk nwjh ls lacaf/kr
QS’ku eSus- thMh@ihvkbZ 30 % mi&ijh{kk esa tksM+] xq.kk] Hkkx] va’k] 5- dsl LVMh ç’u gksrs gSaA
tesaV çfr’kr] C;kt nj] dk;Z vkSj ifjJe] 2½ laçs”k.k dh {kerk ,oa vaxzsth le>% bl
vuqikr vkSj lekuqikr vkSj nwjh vkfn ds mi&ijh{kk dk mís”; vH;FkhZ dh vaxzsth
,sls ekeyksa esa tgka çkIrkad leku gksa] loky gksrs gSaA Hkk”kk dh jkstejkZ ¼nSukafnu½ dh vaxzsth
ogka tUefrfFk ds vuqlkj vf/kd mez ds laçs”k.k dk irk yxkuk gSA blds varxZr
vH;FkhZ dks ojh;rk nh tk,xhA 2½ dE;wfuds’ku n{krk% bl mi&ijh{kk ç’uksa esa vaxzsth lekukFkhZ] foijhFkhZ] “kCnksa
dk mís’; vH;FkhZ dh jkstejkZ dh ftUnxh vkSj muds vFkZ] ,dopu] cgqopu ,d
ços’k ijh{kk ds vo;oksa dk fooj.k esa vaxzsth Hkk”kk ds ç;ksx ds fy, Hkk”kk ‘kCn ds fodYi] lekl ,oa eqgkojksa] lgh
dh n{krk dk ijh{k.k djuk gSA blesa ek=k] ,d iSjkxzkQ esa fn, gq, ifjfLFkfr 79
cSpyj v‚Q fMtkbu ¼ch- MSl½ vkSj ekLVj ç’u i;kZ;okph ‘kCn] foijhrkFkZd ‘kCn] dks le>uk bR;kfnA
3½ fo’ys”k.kkRed ,oa rkfdZd ;ksX;rk% fy[kk tkuk gSA fdlh vU; Hkk”kk esa fy[kh dkmalfyax çek.k&i= vkfnA
bl mä fo”k; dks vH;FkhZ dh vuqeku lkexzh ds fy, uacj ugha fn, tk;saxsA
yxkus rFkk nh gqbZ tkudkfj;ksa ds vkk/kj dkmalfyax dh lwpuk,a tSls dh fof/k] ¼vii½ fpfdRld LokLF; çek.k&i= ij
ij rkfdZd {kerk dk irk yxkus ds fy, e‚My@fMtkbu cukus ds fy, ckgjh@ rkjh[k] rduhd vkfn ebZ ;k twu] gLrk{kj fu/kkZfjr çi= esa ewy :i ls
vH;FkhZ dks nh xbZ fdlh fo’ks”k leh{kk esa vfrfjä lkexzh ds ç;ksx dh vuqefr 2018 esa osclkbV ij miyC/k gks tk,axhA iath—r fpfdRlh; }kjk fd;k tkuk
rdZ vFkok dkj.k dk irk yxkdj mls ugha gksxhA ;g Hkh fd ;fn mEehnokj tks vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vf/kd tkudkjh ds fy, pkfg,A
ml leL;k ds lek/kku dk irk yxkuk mudh igpku uke ;k vU; dksbZ futh osclkbV dks fu;fer vk/kkj ij ns[krs
gSA vo/kkj.kk ,oa jpukRed ik’oZ lksp ds fooj.k fy[kdj vFkok dksbZ igpku fpà jgus dh lykg nh tkrh gSA ¼viii½ 10 :i;s ds xSj U;k;f;d LVkEi
mi;ksxh gksus dh laHkkouk gSA e‚My@fMtkbu@vkys[k ij NksM+sxsa] mUgsa isij ij dsoy vLFkk;h ços’k ds fy,
v;ksX; ?kksf”kr dj fy;k tk,xk vkSj ,sls fyf[kr ijh{kk ikl djus ds mijkar ‘kiFk&i=] ml n’kk esa tc vgrkZ ijh{kk
4½ lkekU; Kku ,oa le&lkef;d mEehnojksa dk vafre ifj.kke ugha ?kksf”kr fuEufyf[kr dkxtkr mudh QksVks çfr dk ifj.kke ugha vk;k gksA ¼ vuqca/k&1 esa
ekeys% bl mi&ijh{kk dk ç;ksx vH;FkhZ fd;k tk,xkA lfgr ços’k ds fy, vko’;d gksaxhA n’kkZ, x, çk:i esa½
ds lkekU; Kku ,oa le&lkef;d ekeyksa fpfdRlh; çek.k&i= dks NksMdj lHkh
muds Kku dks ij[kus ds fy, fd;k x;k ,sls ijh{kk dk ewY;kadu ijh{kk LFky ewy çek.k&i= lR;kiu ds mijkar vH;FkhZ ¼ixÛ½ ,aVh&jSfxax ds laca/k esa ,d opu i=
gSA ij gh rRdky twjh }kjk fd;k tk,xkA dks okil dj fn, tk;saxsA ¼vaMjVsfdax½ ¼vuqca/k&2½A
bu e‚Myksa dks Hkfo”; ds lanHkZ gsrq ugha
5½ dsl LVMh% bl mä ijh{kk esa vkS|ksfxd cpkdj j[kk tk,xkA ¼i½ vgZd ijh{kk ds ewy çek.k&i= vFkkZr ¼Ûx½ Qhl okilh ds laca/k esa ,d opu i=
okrkoj.k ls lacaf/kr ifjfLFkfr;ksa ds ç’u 12oha d{kk@fMxzh ¼vad rkfydk@çek.k i=½ ¼vuqca/k&3½A
gksrs gSa ;s vH;fFkZ;ksa dh çca/kdh; {kerk lkewfgd ppkZ
ds ewY;kadu esa lgk;d gksrs gSaA ;fn ços’k iksLVxzstq,V ikB;Øe ds fy, uksV% vxj mijksDr esa ls dksbZ Hkh dkxtkr
ekLVj çksxzke ds fy, fyf[kr ijh{kk esa gS rks vH;FkhZ dks ewy çek.k&i= ¼vad fganh@vaxzsth ds vfrfjä fdlh vkSj Hkk”kk
,e,QVsd esa dqN ç’u bathfu;fjax {ks= ds ls pqus x, vH;fFkZ;ksa dks fdlh Hkh dsl rkfydk@çek.k i=½ vgZd cSpyj ijh{kk esa gS rks mldk ekSfyd vuqokn vaxzsth@
Hkh gksaxsA LVMh ij vk/kkfjr xzqi fMLd’ku ¼thMh½ ds ykus gksaxsA ;fn vH;FkhZ vafre lsesLVj fganh esa tkjh drkZ vf/kdkjh ;k fdlh
vkSj O;fäxr lk{kkRdkj ¼ihvkbZ½ esa Hkkx dh ijh{kk esa@vafre o”kZ dh ijh{kk esa] jktif=r vf/kdkjh }kjk ç ¼ewy ,oa
çR;sd [kaMksa esa ç’uksa dh la[;k vyx&vyx ysuk gksxkA xzqi fMLdlu yxHkx 15 ls tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks] lfEefyr gqvk gS rks Nk;kçfr½ vH;FkhZ }kjk dkmalfyax@nkf[kys
gks ldrh gS vkSj çR;sd dkslZ ds fy, ç’uksa 20 feuV dk gksxk vkSj ;g nh xbZ dsl mls fiNys lHkh lsesLVjksa@o”kksaZ ds ewy vad ds le; çLrqr fd;k tkuk pkfg,A ,slk
dh la[;k esa o”kZ&okj cnyko gks ldrk LVMh ij vk/kkfjr gksxk] ftlesa fo’ks”kK rkfydk ykuh gksxhA ugha dj ikus dh fLFkfr esa ços’k nsus ls
gSA çR;sd [kaMksa esa ç’uksa dh tfVyrk esa vH;fFkZ;ksa dks fuEufyf[kr fcanqvksa ij euk fd;k tk ldrk gSA
çR;sd dkslZ esa varj gks ldrk gSA ij[ksaxsA ¼ii½ ;fn vH;FkhZ vgZd ijh{kk/iwjd ijh{kk
fyf[kr ijh{kk esa p;fur lwphc) 1½ oSpkfjd Li”Vrk ¼vafre@lsesLVj dh½ esa lfEefyr gqvk gS ços’k dk jí gksuk
ijh{kkfFkZ;ksa dks flpq,’ku VsLV@lewg ppkZ@ 2½ fn, x, fo”k; dh tkudkjh vkSj ifj.kke vHkh vkuk ‘ks”k gS rks ,slh
lk{kkRdkj tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks esa cSBuk 3½ fo”k; ds çfr muds ;ksxnku fLFkfr esa ,slh ijh{kk esa lfEefyr gksus ¼i½ flQZ ços’k ijh{kk esa mrh.kZ gksus ls
gksxk ¼dsoy ch,QVsd dks NksM+dj½A 4½ varj O;Sfäd dkS’ky laca/kh ços’k i=@MsV lhV dks çek.k Lo:i fdlh Hkh vH;FkhZ dks çksxzke esa nkf[kyk
5½ u, fopkj mRiUu djus dh {kerk ykuk gksxkA dk gdnkj ugha cuk nsrk gSA
ikfjfLFkfrd ¼flpq,’ku½ ijh{kk 6½ eqf’dyksa dks lqy>kus dh {kerk
7½ usr`Ro ds xq.k ¼iii½ visf{kr Qhl dk cSad Mªk¶V ^^fu¶V ¼ii½ vxj fu¶V vH;FkhZ ds pfj=] igys
fyf[kr ços’k ijh{kk ls ch- fMtkbZu ds 8½ çHkko’kkyh dE;wfuds’ku ¼laçs”k.k ½ eq[;ky;** ds i{k esa gksA vH;FkhZ dk uke] ds O;ogkj ;k fiNys dk;Zdyki ls larq”V
fy, pqus x, vH;FkhZ dks ikfjfLFkfrd dkamflfyax dh frfFk] Qksu ,oa eksckby ugha gS rks ml vH;FkhZ dks fdlh Hkh dSEil
ijh{kk ls xqtjuk gksrk gSA bl ijh{kk ls ua-] ikB;Øe dk uke]] jSad ,oa jksy ds fdlh Hkh dkslZ esa ços’k nsus ls euk
vH;FkhZ ds fdlh ifjfLFkfr esa fn, x, ua- dks bu cSad Mªk¶V ds ihNs fy[kk tkuk dj ldrk gS ;k vafre pj.k esa mldk
oLrqvksa ds mi;ksx vkSj u;k djus dh O;fäxr lk{kkRdkj pkfg,A nkf[kyk jí dj ldrk gSA
{kerk dk irk yxk;k tkrk gSA
,d vH;FkhZ dks O;fäxr lk{kkRdkj esa ¼iv½ tUe frfFk dk çek.k ¼ek/;fed ¼iii½ vxj fdlh Hkh Lrj ij ;g irk
dksbZ Hkh vfrfjä oLrq miyC/k ;k mi;ksx fuEufyf[kr fcanqvksa ds vk/kkj ij vkadk fo|ky; vad i= ,oa çek.k&i=½ ¼ewy ,oa pyrk gS fd vH;FkhZ us fdlh dSEil@
djus dh vuqefr ugha nh tk;sxhA tkrk gSA QksVks çfr½A çksxzke esa xyr ;k >wBh tkudkjh ;k
1½ is’ks ds çfr vuqdwyrk fdlh rF; dks Nqik;k gS ;k mls fdlh
bl ijh{kk ds nkSjku cuk;s x, e‚My dk 2½ fo”k; ds çfr tkx:drk ¼v) vuqlwfpr tkfr@tutkfr@vU; fiNM+h xyrh ;k fdlh rF; ds utjankt fd;s
vkadyu txg dh ifjdYiuk] u;kiu vkSj 3½ f’k{kk vkSj ikBîsRrj dk;Zdykiksa esa tkfr&xSj laiUu oxZ@fodykax ¼visf{kr tkus dh otg ls ços’k fey x;k gS rks
nh xbZ lkefxz;ksa ds dykRed mi;ksx] lexz O;fäxr miyfC/k;ka ç ds lkFk½A jkT; vf/koklh lhVksa mldk nkf[kyk fu¶V&egkfuns’kd }kjk
ewy rRoksa dh lajpuk] jaxksa dk ç;ksx] 4½ laçs”k.k ds fy, fuokl ds LFkku dk fu.kZ; vkf[kjh cxSj fdlh uksfVl ds jí dj fn;k tk;sxk
fuekZ.k dyk] e‚My dh dk;Zdq’kyrk 5½ lkekU; tkudkjh vkSj ftKklk] ckj Hkkx fy, gq, Ldwy@d‚yst ¼vgZd vkSj tek Qhl tCr dj yh tk,xhA
vkSj çLrqfrdj.k vkfn ds vk/kkj ij jpukRed vkSj Li”V lkspk fMxzh½ ftlesa og vafre o”kZ esa ‘kkfey gks
fd;k tk;sxkA bu fcanqvksa dh tkap e‚My }kjk fu.kZ; fy;k tk,xk] tks Hkh ykxw gksA ¼iv½ vxj dksbZ vH;FkhZ vkoafVr@iqu%
ds fuekZ.k dh lksp vkSj vo/kkj.kk ds D;ksafd mijksä ds fy, dksbZ vyx çf’k{k.k vkoafVr fu¶V dSEil dks l= ‘kq: gksus
fyf[kr lexz tokc ds vk/kkj ij fd;k dh vko’;drk ugha gS vr% fu¶V fdlh ¼vi½ Qhl nsus ls lacaf/kr vfHkHkkod ds ds lkr fnu ds vanj fjiksVZ ugha djrk gS
tk;sxkA pwafd fu¶V esa f’k{kk vaxzsth esa nh Hkh rjg dksfpax d{kkvksa dh flQkfj’k ugha vkfFkZd lzksr dk çek.k tSls 2017&2018 rks mldk ços’k jí dj fn;k tk;sxk vkSj 81
tkrh gS blfy, tokc vaxzsth Hkk”kk esa gh djrk gSA dk vk;dj fjVuZ ;k ekpZ 2018 dk osru mldh Qhl tCr dj yh tk,xhA
¼v½ egkfuns’kd fdlh Hkh vH;FkhZ dk vuq’kklughu O;ogkj ftlls u, vH;FkhZ ls gh eatwj Loh—fr _.k i= vuqca/k&V esa
nkf[kyk fdlh [kkl otg ls jí dj ;k dfu”B vH;FkhZ esa NsMNkM ;k rdyhQ fn;k x;k gSA vH;FkhZ ifj.kke ?kksf”kr gksus Øe le; okil dh vfuoklh
ldrs gSa vkSj mls fdlh [kkl vof/k ds ;k ekufld ijs’kkuh ;k Hk; iSnk gks ;k ds ckn bl i= o ços’k ijh{kk mRrh.kZ dj la[;k xbZ Hkkjrh;@
fy, ckgj dj ldrs gSaA fQj bu vH;FkhZ ¼;ksa½ ls og lc dke ysus ds çek.k ds lkFk] iwjs ns’k esa fdlh /kujkf’k lkdZ@fons’kh
djus dks dguk tks os lkekU; n’kk esa Hkh ;wfu;u cSad v‚Q bafM;k dh ‘kk[kk ij ukxfjd
¼vi½ ;g vH;FkhZ dh ftEesokjh gS fd og ugha djuk pkgsaxs ftlls u, vH;FkhZ ¼;ksa½ tkdj bl lqfo/kk dk ykHk mBk ldrs gSaA vH;FkhZ
;g lqfuf’pr djsa fd og ços’k ds fy;s esa ;k dfu”B vH;FkhZ ¼;ksa½ esa ‘keZ ;k ‘keZ
vko’;d ;ksX;rk vkSj ‘krsaZ iwjk djrs dk Hkko iSnk gks ftlls mUgsa ‘kkjhfjd fu¶V dh esfjV foRrh; lgk;rk 1 17 tqykbZ] iathdj.k 50% Vîw’ku
gSaA lhV ds vkoaVu ds le; ços’k dh uqdlku ;k ekufld uqdlku gksA bl ;kstuk 2018 dks Qhl dks Qhl vkSj
jlhn tkjh gksus ls igys vH;FkhZ dks ;g lEcU/k esa ljdkj }kjk jSfxax ds f[kykQ fu¶V çfrHkk’kkyh Nk=ksa dks lhfer vkfFkZd ;k mlls NksM+dj iathdj.k
lqfuf’pr dj ysuk pkfg, fd os ços’k cuk, x, fu;e@dkuwu ykxw gksaxs lgk;rk ¼lfClMh½ dh is’kd’k djrk gS igys iwjh Qhl Qhl ds
iqfLrdk esa of.kZr lHkh ik=rk dh ‘krsaZ ¼vuqca/k&2½A ftUgsa lk/ku ,oa esfjV foRrh; lgk;rk 2 17 tqykbZ] 50% vykok iwjh
iwjk djrs gSaA çksxzke dh lexz vof/k ds ;kstuk esa fn, x, çko/kkuksa ds varxZr 2018 ds Vîw’ku Qhl
fdlh Hkh Lrj@le; ij ;g irk pyus ;kn j[kus okys fcanq% foRrh; lgk;rk dh vko’;drk gSA bl i’pkr Qhl vkSj
ij fd og visf{kr ik=rk laca/kh ‘krksaZ dks ŒŒ fu¶V fdlh Hkh dksfpax Dykl dh ;kstuk ds varxZr foRrh; lgk;rk dh ysfdu va- iathdj.k
iwjk ugha djrk gS rks mldk ços’k jí dj flQkfj’k ;k leFkZu ugha djrk gSA miyC/krk dh lHkh ds fy, dksbZ xkajVh fre nkSj dh Qhl ds
fn;k tk;sxk vkSj mldh Qhl tCr dj ŒŒ fu¶V fdlh Hkh dSEil esa fdlh Hkh ugha gSA dkamlfyax vykok
yh tk,xhA çksxzke dks tksM+us ;k gVkus dk vf/ ‘kq: gksus iwjh Qhl
kdkj j[krk gSA bl lgwfy;r dk ykHk mBkus ds bPNqd dh frfFk ls
¼vii½ esfjV flQZ ml ç ds fy, ŒŒ nkf[kyk dh dk;Zokgh esa fdlh Hkh vH;fFkZ;ksa dks vius ekrk&firk dh vk; igys
ekuh tk;sxh ftlds fy, vH;FkhZ us rjg ls flQkfj’k ykus ;k çHkkfor ds lfVZfQdsV ds lkFk viuk vkosnu 3 vafre nkSj dsoy lqj{kk tek
vkosnu fd;k gS] bldk mi;ksx fdlh djus dh fLFkfr esa vkosnd dks rqjar i= tek djok nsuk pkfg, o ,Mfe’ku dh
vU; ç ds fy, ugha fd;k tk v;ksX; djkj fn;k tk;sxkA ds i’pkr vius dSEil ds Nk= fodkl dkamlfyax
ldrk gSA blds vfrfjä] vH;FkhZ dh ŒŒ xSV ;k dSV dh ijh{kk dh iqu% tkap dk;Zdyki la;kstd ¼LVwMsaV MsosyiesaV ‘kq: gksus dh
esfjV flQZ 2018&19 ds ‘kS{kf.kd l= ds djus ls lacaf/kr vuqjks/k fuEufyf[kr ,fDVfoVh dks&v‚fMZusVj&,lMh,lh½ ls frfFk dks
fy, ekU; gSA dh tkap ds fy, çfrcaf/kr fd;k laidZ djuk pkfg,A ;k mlds
tk,xk% i’pkr*
uksV% lkjs ços’k egkfuns’kd }kjk r; ŒŒ D;k lHkh mRrj dk ewY;kadu fd;k fu¶V dSEil esa Nk= lgk;rk çksxzke ds
vk[kjh rkjh[k rd iwjs fd;s tkus gSaA x;k gS tfj;s Hkh lgk;rk çnku djrk gS ftlds * dkamlfyax ds vkf[kjh nkSj ds ‘kq: gksus
ŒŒ D;k vadksa dk dqy djus esa xyrh rgr mUgsa laLFkku ds Hkhrj gh va’kdkfyd dh rkjh[k dk çdk’ku fu¶V dh osclkbV
jSfxax ds f[kykQ gqbZ gS jkstxkj fn;k tkrk gSA ij fd;k tk,xkA

‘kS{kf.kd laLFkkvksa esa jSfxax iwjh rjg ŒŒ ços’k&i= dh LdSu dh gqbZ çfr ds ços’k ds ckn ços’k ls fudklh vkSj Qhl uksV% vafre pj.k esa fdlh Hkh vH;kosnu
çfrcaf/kr gS vkSj jSfxax esa lafyIr fdlh Hkh fcuk Hkstk x;k vuqjks/k dk tcko ugha dh okilh% ij laLFkku }kjk fopkj ugha fd;k tk,xkA
vH;FkhZ dks mfpr ltk nh tk;sxh] ftlesa fn;k tk,xkA ¼i½ dksbZ Hkh vH;FkhZ tks ,d ckj ços’k ys bl laca/k esa fdlh Hkh fLFkfr esa dksbZ i=
laLFkku ls fudkyk tkuk] dqN le; ds ysus ds ckn mls okil ysrk gS] mls ckn esa O;ogkj ugha fd;k tk,xkA
fy, laLFkku ;k Dykl ls fuyafcr fd;k uksV% nkf[kyk laca/kh iwjh dk;Zokgh dh ços’k ugha fn;k tk,xkA *****
tkuk ;k lkoZtfud ekQh ds lkFk vFkZnaM tkudkjh fu¶V dh osclkbV ij miyC/k ¼ii½ vH;FkhZ ;fn ‘kS{kf.kd l= ‘kq: gksus
‘kkfey gSA ltk vU; <ax ls tSls gksxhA ;g ekuk tkrk gS fd fu¶V esa ls igys Qhl dh okilh ,oa ços’k ls uke
vkosnu dj jgs vH;FkhZ us ;ksX;rk vkSj okilh dk vuqjks/k djrk gS rks ,slk mls
1- Qhl esa feyus okyh NwV ;k Nk=o`fr nkf[kyk laca/kh dk;Zokgh dh tkudkjh blds fy, fu/kkZfjr çi= ¼vuqca/k&3½ esa
;k vU; dksbZ ykHk] 2- çksxzke çfrHkkfxrk çkIr dj yh gSA bl laca/k esa vH;FkhZ ds fof/kor Hkjdj ml dSEil ds funs’kd dks
ls çfrca/k 3- ifj.kke ij jksd 4- gksLVy ikVZ ij fdlh Hkh vKkurk ds fy, fu¶V fn;k tkuk pkfg, tgka og dkmalfyax esa
;k esl ls fuyacu ;k ckgj fudky nsuk tokcnsg ugha gSA lfEefyr gqvk@gqbZA ‘kS{kf.kd l= vkjaHk
vkSj bl rjg dh ltk ‘kkfey gSA vxj gksus ds ckn] iSls okilh dk vuqjks/k ml
jSfxax esa lafyIr O;fä dh igpku ugha gks ‘kSf{kd _.k dSEil ds funs’kd ds ikl tek fd;k
ikrh gS rks ltk lkewfgd :i ls Hkh nh fu¶V us ;wfu;u cSad v‚Q bafM;k ¼;wchvkbZ½ tkuk pkfg, tks mls vkcafVr fd;k x;k
tk ldrh gS rkfd blls Hkfo”; dh ,slh ds lkFk feydj 11-75% dh fo’ks”k C;kt gSA vH;FkhZ ls ;g vis{kk dh tkrh gS fd
?kVukvksa ij jksd yx ldsA nj ls vH;FkhZ dks ‘kSf{kd _.k miyC/k og okilh ds vuqjks/k ds lkFk ewy :i ls
djkus ds fy, le>kSrk Kkiu ij gLrk{kj ços’k dh jlhn tks mls ços’k ds le; nh
fuEufyf[kr ?kVukvksa dks jSfxax dgk fd;k gSA vuqlwfpr tkfr@ tutkfr xbZ gks mls ykSVkuh gksxhA ços’k okilh ds
tk;sxk& esa vkus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, ;g C;kt ml vuqjks/k ij fopkj ugha fd;k tk,xk
nj 11-25% gSA efgyk vH;fFkZ;ksa ds fy, ftlds lkFk ewy :i ls ços’k dh jlhn
dksbZ Hkh csgrj dk;Z pkgs og Hkk”kk ds Hkh ;g C;kt nj 11-25% gSA ;wfu;u cSad layXu ugha gksxhA
tfj;s gks ;k fyf[kr ;k fdlh dk;Z ds v‚Q bafM;k us mu lHkh vH;fFkZ;ksa dks
tfj;s tks vU; vH;FkhZ ¼;ksa½ dks fp<+kus ;k tks fu¶V esa ços’k çkIr djrs gSa] igys ls ¼iii½ ços’k lhV ls okilh ij /ku dh 83
dBksjrkiwoZd is’k vkus] fdlh xqaMkxnhZ] gh Loh—r _.k i= tkjh fd, gSaA igys okilh fuEufyf[kr rjhdksa ls gksxh%

Annexure-I Annexure-II

National Institute of Fashion Technology National Institute of Fashion Technology
A Statutory Institute governed by the NIFT Act, 2006 A Statutory Institute governed by the NIFT Act, 2006
Ministry of Textiles, Government of India Ministry of Textiles, Government of India

(ONLY FOR THE CANDIDATES SEEKING PROVISIONAL ADMISSION) Undertaking from the students, as per provisions of anti-ragging verdict by the Hon’ble
To be submitted at the Time of Counselling Supreme Court
(On Non-Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs.10/-)

I Mr./Ms./Mx.________________________Roll No__________________Merit Rank____

I/my ward____________________________________(name of the candidate) son/daughter/wife seeking admission in the programme_________________________do hereby undertake this
of_____________________________(Father’s/Husband’s name) resident of_________________ day____Month_______Year_________the following with respect to above subject:
_____________________________________(Permanent address) seeking admissions to ______
___________________________________ (name of the course) of NIFT, hereby solemnly affirm 1. That I have read and understood the directives of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India on
and declare: anti-ragging and the measures proposed to be taken in the above reference.

1. That I have/My ward has appeared in the 12th Class/final & semester/final year (name of 2. That I understand the meaning of ragging and know that ragging in any form is a
the qualifying (Board/university), the result of which has not yet been declared. punishable offence and the same is punishable with imprisonment and/or, fine and is prohibited by
the Directives of the Court of Law.
3. I understand that if any information is brought to the notice of NIFT authorities regarding
I have/My ward has compartment/supplementary in 12th Class/final year/final semester of my participation in any ragging activities, the NIFT authorities are bound by law to report the
____________and I have/ my ward has appeared in the examination, result of which has not yet same to the concerned Police Authorities for investigation and prosecution.
been declared.
4. That I have not been found or charged for any involvement in any kind of ragging in the
2. I have/My ward has passed all the papers of the qualifying past. However, I undertake to face disciplinary action/legal proceedings including expulsion from
degree_____________________(name of the qualifying degree) examination other than the final the Institute if the above statement is found to be untrue or the facts are concealed, at any stage in
year/final semester examination (For PG candidates) future.

3. I undertake to submit the qualifying mark sheets/certificate by 30.9.2018 failing which 5. That I shall not resort to ragging in any form at any place and shall abide by the rules/
the provisional admission shall stand cancelled without any further notice to me/my ward. laws prescribed by the Courts, Government of India and the NIFT authorities for the purpose from
time to time.
4. That I have/my ward has carefully gone through the rules regarding provisional admission
and I fully understand that in the event of failure to submit the documents as in above provision,
the provisional admission to the said course will be automatically cancelled and full deposited fee
will be forfeited.
Date: Signature of the candidate

I hereby fully endorse the undertaking made by my child/ward.
Verified at________________on this________________day of____________2018 that the
content of the above affidavit are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

Signature of the Mother/Father/Guardian

Deponent Signature of the Witness:
Notes: 1. 2.
I. In case the candidate is minor i.e. below 18 years of age; the affidavit shall be signed by
his/her parent/guardian.

II. Submission of false affidavit is a punishable offence. If, it is found at any stage that false
affidavit was submitted, admission shall be cancelled and legal proceeding shall be initiated, for
which candidate/parent/guardian shall be responsible.
National Institute of Fashion Technology National Institute of Fashion Technology
A Statutory Institute governed by the NIFT Act, 2006 A Statutory Institute governed by the NIFT Act, 2006
Ministry of Textiles, Government of India Ministry of Textiles, Government of India

(Form for withdrawal of Admission-2018) Campus Allotted_____________________

(To be filled by NIFT at the time of counselling)
(In case the candidate is seeking refund before commencement of academic session, the request
may be submitted to the Director of the Campus, in which the candidate attended the counselling. UNDERTAKING
After commencement of academic session the request may be submitted to the Director of the 1. I confirm and state that the certificates furnished by me are true and correct to the best of my
Campus, allotted to the candidate) knowledge. No part of it is false or fabricated and nothing has been concealed. I hereby undertake
that if any certificate submitted by me is found to be false/fabricated or not conforming to the
I. Name of student______________________________________________________________ stipulated standards mentioned in the Admission Guidelines/Prospectus, my admission will be
cancelled without any notice and the fee paid by me will be forfeited.
II. Parent / Guardian’s name______________________________________________________ 2. I confirm and state that I have undergone the admission formalities as laid down in the Prospec-
tus-2018 of NIFT. I understand that if I fail to submit the proof of eligibility by the stipulated date,
III. Programme__________________________________________________(from which my admission will be automatically cancelled.
withdrawing) 3. I further confirm that I am aware of the rules regarding refund of fees as mentioned under:

IV. Campus____________________________________________________________________
S. No Time Amount refunded NRI/SAARC/Foreign
National candidates
V. Roll No._____________________________________________________________________
1 On or before 17th July, 2018 for Full fee except Regis- Full fee except 50% tuition
VI. Category___________________________________________________________________ Non-NRI tration Fee fee and Registration Fee
2 After 17th July, 2018 but before Full fee except 50%
VII. Fee Receipt No______________________________________________________________ the date of start of last round of tuition fee and Regis-
Counselling tration Fee
VII. Address____________________________________________________________________ 3 On or after the date of start of last Only Security Deposit
round of Counselling
_____________________________________________(at which refund is required to be send)
• Any request for withdrawal of admission is to be made in the prescribed proforma (Annexure-
VIII. Telephone /Mobile____________________________________________________________ III) with the original admission receipt issued at the time of counselling/admission. The documents
are to be submitted to the Director of the Campus in which the candidate has attended for the
Details on Bank Account in which refund is to be credited counselling.
4. I also undertake that I will not bring any outside pressure on NIFT authorities in any regard and
i) Name of the Bank and branch____________________________________________________ if found, it will make me liable for disciplinary action which may include expulsion from NIFT.
5. I shall abide by the rules and regulations of the NIFT as amended from time to time.
ii) Name of the Account Holder___________________________________________________ 6. I hereby declare that I have read and understood the content of the undertaking and I am aware
of its implications.
iiI) Account No._______________________________ iv) IFSC Code_______________________

v) Copy of a cancelled cheque (Signature of the Candidate)

UNDERTAKING Common Merit Rank: Programme: Permanent/Correspondence Address:
I state that I am willingly withdrawing from admission in the Institute. I hereby undertake that I know the Category Merit Rank: Tel. No. with STD Code
refund rules of the Institute and agree to abide by the same. I further understand that the refund would be
made in due course of time through electronic transfer directly in my above mentioned bank account.
Roll No: Mobile No:
I also undertake that no further claim than as mentioned in the prospectus shall be made subsequently citing Name: e-mail ID:
any court ruling/ AICTE rules etc.

(Signature of the Student) Date Place___________ Date_______________ (Signature of the Parent/Guardians)

COMPULSORY ENCL.: ORIGINAL FEE RECEIPT ISSUED AT THE TIME OF ADMISSION/COUNSELLING AND No representation at later stage will be entertained by the Institute. No further correspondence in
CANCELLED CHEQUE. this regard will be made under any circumstances.
Annexure VI

Candidate must fill the details of the Form A before a medical examination by medical officer in
any Government hospital. Form B is to be filled by the medical officer. The officer will also certify
the fitness of the candidate and attest the photograph of the candidate.

1. Name in full (Block letters)

2. Age and place of birth
3. Present Residential Address
4. Permanent Residential Address
5. Details of having suffered from any major illness in last
five years.
Any skin related problem
Enlargement or suppression of gland
Heart disease
Lung disease
Fainting attacks/Epilepsy
Appendicitis? ( Give details)
b) Any other disease or accident requiring confinement to
bed and medical for surgical treatment? ( Give details)
6. When were you last Vaccinated?

7 Have you or any of your immediate family member has

been afflicted with
Rheumatism/Arthritis, Asthma
Epilepsy or mental illness of any kind?
8 Have you at any time suffered from any form of psychiat-
ric disorder? Give details.
9 Furnish the following particulars concerning your family:
Father’s age and state of health
10 If not alive, Father’s age at the time of his death and cause.

11 Mother’s age and state of health

12 If not alive, Mother’s age at the time of her death and


I declare that the above information is the best of my belief, true and correct. I also affirm that I
have not received a disability certificate on account of any disease or other condition.

Signed in my presence (CANDIDATE’S SIGNATURE)

Signature of Medical Officer with stamp (in presence of Medical Officer) 91
Form-B Annexure VII

Date of Counseling ___________

1. Candidate’s Eyesight To
2. Any known Allergies ( details)
Campus Director/Nodal Officer
3. Last Surgical Intervention ( if any) with cause/reason NIFT Campus___________
4. Any chronic medical condition
5. Any congenital medical condition
6. Any Disability (orthopedic) Muscular, nerve etc.)

I authorize Mr./Ms._________________________ to attend the Counselling for

MEDICAL CERTIFICATE OF FITNESS (______________programme name) on my behalf which is scheduled on

I hereby certify that I have medically examined Ms./Mr./ (date______) at (NIFT campus name) as I am unable to attend
Mx.…………………………………………………………for admission in the Na-
tional Institute of Fashion Technology. The candidate has no disease (commu- the Counselling due to__________________. Mr./Ms. is my__________ (relationship
nicable or otherwise) or any constitutional weakness or bodily infirmity except
……………………………………………………………. I further certify that I am not related to with candidate).
the candidate and not known to any member of his/ her family.

(Signature of the Candidate)

Attested Common Merit Rank: Permanent/Correspondence Address:

Photograph of the Category Merit Rank:
Roll No:
Tel. No. with STD Code
Mobile No:
Signature of Medical Officer with stamp
e-mail ID:

Place_______________ (Signature of the authorized person)


(Signature of the Candidate)

(Signature of the candidate’s parent)

Annexure VIII Admission Calendar- 2018

Online Registration 20th October, 2017

Last date for Online Registration 29th December, 2017
Last date for online registration with late fee of 02nd January, 2018
Rs.5000/- (in addition to the applicable application
1. I………………………………………………, certify that I am an NRI PIO/Foreign fee) through Credit/Debit Card only. In case of De-
National/ SAARC and Non Resident Indian as specified in the Income Tax Act, 1961. My present mand Draft, the print out of the application alongwith
address is……………………………………………………………………………………………. DD should reach the given address before 02nd Janu-
………………………… A copy of the passport is enclosed herewith. ary, 2018
Window to edit / update the Application Form From 30th December,
2017 Saturday (12:00
hrs) till 2nd January,
2. I………………………………………………, do hereby certify that I am willing to bear 2018 Tuesday (16:00
the expenditure of my child/ward …………………………..…. (Name of the candidate), for his hrs)
entire study in NIFT. Admit Card (Online only) 9th January, 2018
Written Entrance Examination for all UG & PG Pro- 21st January, 2018
3. The particulars of my registration with the concerned tax authorities of the country of my Result of Written Entrance Examination February/March, 2018
domicile are as follows: Situation Test / Group Discussion / Interview April – May, 2018

.……………………………………………………………………………………………………… Declaration of Final Result (Online) End of May / June,

……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2018
………………………………… Counselling End of May /June 2018
4. I am aware that my child/ward shall be granted admission to a campus of NIFT as per merit Note: Admit Cards, Results and Counselling Schedule will be available on
and the decision of NIFT. NIFT’s website only. No separate communication will be sent by post.

5. I also certify that I have carefully read and understood all the conditions relating to NRI
admissions, fee and study at NIFT. I undertake to follow the same faithfully and any amendment to
these, in future, relating to NRI students, would be acceptable to me.

(Name and Signature)


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