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2019 Admissions

From the
Chairman’s Desk
NIFT is an extraordinary institution that encourages
you to discover your individual passions by equipping
you with knowledge to find your own calling and
develop your potential. NIFT provides a variety of
opportunities to hone your aptitudes and deepen your
technical talents as well as provide varied practical

NIFT takes pride in inculcating firm, ethical values

which make a positive impact on the industries we
serve and society in general. The newly introduced
curriculum this year will inspire you to draw from
our wonderful rich Indian heritage, arts and crafts
and metamorphose the learnings to current trends
and requirements of the industry. The project based
courses focus on developing soft skills such as forging
collaborations, negotiations, sensitivity and deep
understanding of the arts, artisans, the environment
and markets.

At NIFT, students and faculty are prepared to

successfully manage the volatile, uncertain and
complex changes in the world of fashion technology,
design and retailing. Your journey is set to begin and
NIFT aims to empower you with an extraordinarily
valuable set of skills and learnings.

Rajesh V. Shah


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NIFT - The Institute

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Infrastructure &
strategy campus facilities

A new journey Classrooms
Curriculum Labs and workshops
Pedagogy Resource centre
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Board of Governors Student facilities

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Campus Addresses

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Vision & Mission

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offered Calender
Seat Chart

Departmental Cores Fee Structure
Inter-Disciplinary Minors
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Global Connect
Our USP Grassroot Connect
Industry Connect
Events & Activities


Established i
Pioneer in Fashion 1986
Institute Education in India Statutory body under the
Established under
Ministry of Textiles
Government of India

President of India
The National Institute of Fashion Technology forth a sense of dynamism creating a pathway
is a leader in fashion education with the ability to effective learning. Pupul Jaykar Hall at NIFT

Pan India Presence

to integrate knowledge, traditional arts, headquartered in New Delhi is a reminiscence
contemporary thought, academic freedom,
innovations in design & technology and
of many educational thinkers and visionaries
who have been instrumental to the institute’s
is Visitor to NIFT
creative thinking to continuously upgrade its
curriculum to address the changing needs
road map to success.
16 Campuses
of the industry. Its history of more than
three decades at the pinnacle of fashion
education stands as a testimony to its focus
NIFT regularly strengthens its academic
strategy. Invigorating thought leadership,
research stimulus, industry focus, creative
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on core values where academic excellence enterprise and peer learning have reinforced
has been nurtured. The institute has stood as the institute’s academic bedrock. Fostering
a beacon of industry-academia engagement a new generation of creative thinkers, the
and a key enabler in developing competent
institute is empowered to award Degrees in
undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral
studies. In pursuance of its objective of
UG, PG, Doctorate
The National Institute of Fashion Technology providing comprehensive world-class academic
(NIFT), set up in 1986 under the Ministry of learning environment, the institute has
Textiles, Government of India, is a Statutory entered into strategic alliances with leading
Institute governed by the NIFT Act 2006.
Bringing in a wide range of aesthetic &
international institutes. Future & Industry-ready
intellectual orientations, the early instructors
included leading progressive scholars from
NIFT is committed to academic excellence in
fashion education. The vision of the institute
Fashion Institute of Technology, New York, embraces challenges and provides the impetus
USA. in setting highest academic standards. NIFT
On Campus
Industry Connect
continues to strive to be nothing but the best.
Academic inclusiveness has been the key
thought in the expansion plans of the institute. Over the years, the role and possibilities of Placement
NIFT, today, has spread its wings across the design, management and technology have
length and breadth of the country. Through its expanded manifold. At NIFT we constantly

16 professionally managed campuses, National endeavor to stay ahead of the industry and
Institute of Fashion Technology provides an act as a leader for guiding the fashion scenario
excellent environment to its students from of India. The curriculum is reviewed regularly
different parts of the country to achieve their to meet the current and future demands and Connect
highest potential through the programmes NIFT announces the Admissions 2019 with a

25,000 +
offered. Since the early years of its inception, new restructured curriculum with enhanced
the institute has provided a firm foundation in creative potential and flexibility ahead of
fashion education in the domains of Design, the times. The key features are concept of
Management and Technology. Since then, Majors and Minors, specialisations within the Alumni
NIFT has continued to set and achieve higher programme, and a basket of General Electives

academic standards. to choose from, leading to individuated
The in-house faculty was drawn in from a
State of the Art
distinguished group of intellectuals who put

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Mr. Rajesh V. Shah, Chairman NIFT,
Co-Chairman & MD Mukand Ltd.

Ms. Kanimozhi, Hon’ble M.P. Rajya Sabha

Ms. Poonam Mahajan, Hon’ble M.P Lok Sabha

Ms. V. Sathyabama, Hon’ble M.P Lok Sabha

Board of Governors
Ms. Anavila Misra, Textile Designer

Mr. Gaurang Shah, Designer

Mr. P. K. Gupta, Chairman-Sharda Group of

Institutions & Chancellor, Sharda University

Mr. Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Designer

Mr. Sanjay Lalbhai, Chairman & Managing Director

Arvind Ltd.

Mr. Sunil Sethi, Chairman,

Fashion Design Council of India

Ms. Vandana Kohli, Filmmaker, Musician and Writer

Ms. Ishita Roy, IAS, Joint Secretary,

Ministry of Human Resource Development

Mr. Puneet Agarwal, IAS, Joint Secretary, MoT

Dr. Subhash Chandra Pandey, SS&FA,

Ministry of Industry & Commerce

Ms. Sarada Muraleedharan, IAS, Director General, NIFT

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We at NIFT shall offer, at all our campuses, a learning experience of the highest
standards in fashion pertaining to design, technology and management and
encourage our remarkably creative student body to draw inspiration from
India’s textiles and crafts while focusing on emerging global trends relevant to
the industries we serve.

We at the National Institute of Fashion Technology will:

• Provide a transformative educational environment for talented young

men and women to nurture their inventive potential and to acquire
distinctive skills valuable to self, industry and society
• Offer a stimulating, modernistic and evolving curriculum that spans
the vast spectrum of India’s artistic heritage yet remains firmly
contemporary, incorporating disruptive technologies
• Value and celebrate cultural and individual diversity in our students,
faculty and alumni, always emphasizing the power of fellowship
• Be a global leader in the dissemination of innovative and project
based pedagogies in design, management and technology for all
facets of the textile, apparel, retail and accessories industries, through
the promotion of rigorous and cutting edge research
• Enable our faculty and students to have intensive interaction
with educational institutions, fashion houses, start-up hubs and
corporations relevant to our programmes
• Bring forth graduates who stay committed to exacting standards of
professional excellence and personal integrity

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Trend setting
Visionary and Futuristic
Plethora of options
Scholarships & Awards

Individual attention
Exposure & Exploration
Giving back to the society
Real life/time experience
Student exchange programme
Syncretic learning
Out of box assignments

Creative Energy
Academic mentoring
Nurturing original thinking
Experiential learning
Live classroom projects
Infrastructure facilities
Grassroot connect
Developing all rounders
Honing Technical Skills
Action packed semester
Strong on ethics and values

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Embarks on a New Journey

In the re-articulation of its vision and mission In our endeavour to continually upgrade
statements, NIFT is signalling its willingness to ourselves, we periodically review our
adapt to disruptive times, in ways that curriculum with inputs from our stakeholders-
embrace both change and continuity. The the industry and alumni and our peers in
business of fashion itself is evolving rapidly, fashion education. Every such review brings
appropriating to itself both future technologies with it a more nuanced appreciation of
and value systems, trying to reconcile the pace contemporary practice and its portents, and
of big data with that of sustainability and slow takes us on a new journey.
fashion. It also keeps abreast of trends be they
economic, socio-political or cultural, and There is a whole new level of interchangeability

orients itself to the new dynamic. The identity and diminishing boundaries of various
of a nation and its cultural legacy go hand in disciplines
hand, and through its close connect with the as of today, that are emerging as career and

heritage of arts and crafts of a very ancient future practice. Technical skillsets need to be
land, NIFT has nurtured some of the foremost complemented by soft skills. Creativity is to be
practitioners in the area of Indian handlooms nourished by enterprise. The ability to
and handicrafts. assimilate is nourished by the opportunity to
explore. The methodology of academic
Over the years, the role and possibilities of transaction should be such as to encourage
design, management and technology have resilience –the holistic understanding of
expanded manifold. Design thinking has the contexts, the flexibility to adopt new ideas,
potential to intervene in everyday practices and the capability to persevere.
through the actions of curious and creative
learners, doers and thinkers. And it integrates This new journey that NIFT has embarked
the needs of people, the possibilities of upon is about creating new paradigms to
technology and the requirement for business explore creativity, new frameworks to cement
success. technical skills, new opportunities for industry
linkages, new parameters for evaluation and
No institution can move forward that does not renewed affirmation of its core values and
introspect, and does not have its ears to the strengths.
ground for innovations. At NIFT we constantly
endeavour to stay ahead of the industry and
provide future leaders for the fashion scenario
of India. The NIFT campus is a vibrant,
exciting and happening place where ideas
collide and transform, and make their creators
embark on exciting journeys of discovery and

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Programme Structure New and emerging areas across disciplines

integrated into the curriculum:
NIFT has adopted a format of Majors,
Deepening Specialisations, Minors and General a) Artificial Intelligence
Electives. Inter disciplinary Minors provide b) Internet of Things
individuated pathways that would permit c) Designing Ergonomic Environment
students to acquire interdisciplinary skillsets d) Advanced Apparel Manufacturing
and opt for a set of subjects that complement Management
studies in one’s major or explore an unrelated e) Big Data and Business Analytics
area of intellectual interest. General Electives f) Fashion Thinking
have been offered to the students to help g) User Experience, Sensory Design
them enhance their personality and develop h) Augmented Reality, Virtual Experience
interests in specific areas like Personality design
Development, Communication Skills, Critical i) Head Gear Design
Thinking Skills, Professional Ethics etc. The j) CAD 3D & Contemporary Manufacturing
Craft Cluster Initiative has been integrated into k) Couture Jewellery
the curriculum. Increased Industry interaction l) Travel & Outdoor Gear Design
for students through classroom projects, m) Design for Society
internships and part transaction in Industry n) Smart Jewellery
Environment is the focus of the restructured o) Smart Textiles
curriculum. p) Active Sportswear, Bespoke Menswear,
Wearable Technology
The contact hours have been recaliberated q) Shapewear & Seamless Garments on
to 25 hours per week, giving increased time Computerized Knitting
for studio practice and self–study to the r) Optitex for Virtual Prototyping
students. Standardisation of credits across s) Surface Embellishment: Digital Embroidery,
all programmes and all semesters has been Laser, 3D Printing
undertaken. t) Design Strategy

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General Electives and to provide inputs for the student in their
An array of subjects from physical activities to exercise of choice for selecting the deepening
socio cultural studies to personality specialisations and interdisciplinary minors.
development and professional ethics This will be over and above the academic

Pedagogy have been woven into the course, and are mentoring provided during internships and
transacted through subject experts. The graduation projects.
intent is to foster a climate of exploration
and curiosity, to develop people skills, and to Craft Cluster Initiative
inculcate the ability for lifelong learning. All students of NIFT will be given an immersive
Learning outcomes have been carefully experience with a craft cluster. The experience
articulated, not just for the full course, but for includes lecture demonstration by master
every semester and subject. Assignments and artisans, and visit to the craft cluster to
Academic Transaction Specialisation evaluation are calibrated to capture the extent
The methodology of academic transaction at Students are given the opportunity to deepen understand not only the techniques and
of achievement of the learning outcomes practice, but also the socioeconomic and
NIFT is aimed at giving the student a holistic their understanding of a part of their core envisaged.
understanding of subject, context and majors through a deepening specialisation, cultural moorings of the craft. There will be
environment, and the ability to innovate and which will give them a further edge in specific opportunities for co creation and design
adapt. Study at NIFT is a combination of industries. Floating credits are also offered Integrated Assignments infusion, be it for product development,
contact hours, studio practice, group work, for the student keen on learning beyond the Holistic understanding requires assimilative branding or marketing.
and self study. It also provides an immersive regular curriculum. evaluation as well. Therefore the curriculum is
learning experience, with emphasis on learning peppered with assignments that assess the Continuous Evaluation
from doing and learning through reflection. ability of the student for synthesis of his/her The courses have more creative potential and
The Industry Connect
knowledge and skillsets across a combination flexibility and are geared towards producing
The new curriculum enhances the NIFT
of subjects. well-rounded graduates with expertise in
Interdisciplinarity engagement with industry, through
A range of interdisciplinary minors have been institutionalising industry visits, visits to millennial skill sets. The evaluation process
made available to the students to choose from. exhibitions and fairs, part transaction of Academic Mentoring has to be nuanced enough to appreciate
The knowledge and skill sets acquired will subject in an industry environment, industry Every student will have an academic mentor the subtleties of creativity and innovation,
stand them in good stead in their future mentorship and live classroom projects based besides the subject mentor, who would be in a but robustenough to be fair and impartial in
careers, and will either enhance or provide on an industry brief. position to help the student better understand assessment. The system of evaluation in NIFT
alternate pathways. his/her strengths and areas of improvement, meets both these requirements.

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relevance through a wide range of Trained at some of the leading fashion circuit, participation in seminars &
projects and contexts. Students enhance institutes of international repute, symposia of high repute enable world

Faculty their knowledge and develop their talent

by working with the faculty on various
real life projects gaining invaluable
the faculty brings to the classroom
professional capabilities, wide exposure
and years of hands-on industry
class academic discourse and knowledge
transfer. The strategy shaped by the
faculty aims at a distinctive ability to
knowledge, experience and awareness on experience. Engaging in doctoral studies, create an influential research-intensive
design application and industry dynamics. the faculty is committed to grow in their environment. Effectively playing the
In the recent past, faculty & student profession. pathfinder’s role, the faculty pool is
Faculty at the institute articulates the teams have undertaken varied research working towards enhancing the research
expertise & dynamism that inspires the and consultancy and training projects. The faculty constantly upgrades their profile of the institute, fostering a new
students to realize their full potential. NIFT faculty is the strategic enabler in knowledge & skills, creating a stimulating generation of ‘leaders of the future’.
NIFT faculty builds critically engaged transforming the vision of the institute learning environment for students. Faculty
teaching practices while testing its into reality. paper presentations in the international

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AD Accessory
KD Knitwear

Design Design

FC Fashion
LD Leather
Communication Design

FD Fashion
Design TD Textile



F TECH Bachelor of
Fashion Technology


M DES Master of

MFM Master of
Fashion Management

M F TECH Master of
Fashion Technology

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Pathway Combinations


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AD Deepening Specialisations (DS)
Accessory design students are empowered
with a choice of deeper learning of specific
skills in form of deepening specialisation
that constitutes of Jewellery Design, Fashion
the nuances of manufacturing & making
of fine dining products. Design an eclectic
artefact with respect to the context and design
products that are in sync with environment.

Career Pathways
products & Work Gear. Student can make
conscious choice of selecting any one Accessory design students are empowered
deepening specialisation. This process is well to design their combinational pathways

Accessory supported by the department faculty mentor

attached to every student throughout his
learning in campus.
to enter future careers with transferable
skills and flexibility. Few of the career
path ways envisaged are: Accessory Design,

Jewellery Design, Décor Design, Design
DS 1 Jewellery Design Thinking, Designing Ideation and concept
Students gain an in-depth understanding of development, Design Researcher, Fashion
the jewellery domain knowledge in terms of Trend consultation, Accessory Design solutions
product, people and functioning. Students are for both International and domestic markets,
equipped with traditional & technical skills in Craft based Product Design, Design futures
jewellery making. etc. Students have a choice to work for both
corporates and international business.
Accessory design programme prepares Majors
design professionals with embedded fashion Students are enabled to design fashion
knowledge, to offer innovations across jewellery collection with contemporary Students are also embedded with design
Accessory Design Majors provides extensive thinking methods and a combination of
myriad platforms spanning jewellery, crafts, design knowledge in a socially relevant aesthetics and position them in the fashion
personal accessories, soft goods and work space. business knowhow that triggers them to
fashion scenario. Knowledge is enhanced with start their own design business. During the
gear. Accessory Design programme is a career conceptual understand of design as a process,
based education that is relevant today and process of learning they are exposed to an
material as a medium and ability to synthesize DS 2 Fashion Products & Work Gear array of possibilities and promising business
has the ability to address the changing future outcomes enabling them to address the Students gain an in depth understanding of
scenario. directions. The opportunities are right there in
contemporary needs. the fashion accessory category knowledge in
front of them clearly giving a kick start to their
terms of fashion, form & function.
entrepreneurial cravings. In the past many
The programme helps millennial students Students get proficiency in traditional &
of them have established prominent design
to perfect the design process through a technical skills in creating the accessories.
balance of latest chic trends and a passion for Students attain fluency in terms of material
hand crafted artisanal products and process. and process that is built on explorative
Students are creatively engaged in developing experience. Students are capable of designing
visualization skills with greater degree of fashion accessory collection with contemporary
digital fluency. They stand empowered with aesthetics and position in the fashion space.
material manipulation skills with an indigenous
edge of traditional techniques. DS 3 Décor & Design
Students understand space & visualisation
Students are enabled to articulate their with an opportunity mapping in living space,
individuality through their signature style bedroom & bathing luxury accessories. They
accessory design collection, yet keeping it get to sense aesthetic & ornamentation
relevant to the market and industry challenges. opportunity application in the living space
This design collection of eclectic fashion segment.
lifestyle accessories are based on patterns
stemming from a synergy of forms, colours and They get to explore the making process &
materials. products with mixed media thereby knowing

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FC Deepening Specialisations (DS)
In addition to these majors, FC students also
have an option to professionally strengthen
themselves by opting between the two
Deepening Specialisations, i.e., either in the
area of Visual Communication or Fashion
Career Pathways
Fashion Communication graduates emerge
as dynamic professionals qualified to offer
the most effective and financially viable
communication solutions for the fashion,
lifestyle industry and beyond.
Creatives. Under each pathway, new areas
have been incorporated to match the pace of The fast-moving digital revolution has opened

Fashion the industry. up Fashion Communication design to new

disciplines that require students to excel
DS 1 Visual Communication not only in traditional design skills but also

explore and design human-centered concepts
One of contemporary society’s most beloved
and system design processes linked with
art forms is Visual Communication. The course
information technology:
would stimulate every student to expand his or
• New material i.e., experimental,
her cultural experience, support a full array of
combinations and futuristic
still and moving images with an overall goal of
• Fashion Thinking
fostering short film-making.
• Modules like Omni-channel (UX), sensory
design, augmented reality, virtual experience
In the ever-growing world of fashion, the Majors DS 2 Fashion Creatives design, artificial intelligence, have been
Fashion Communication design programme
This specialisation would enable students to incorporated as they are the future of the
at NIFT happens to be the singlemost cutting- This programme encompasses cohesive course be a creative writer with the ability to bring fashion and other retail industry.
edge, exciting, and increasingly essential studies, introducing the FC graduate as a clothing to life; putting style in a cultural
pathway to open up in the fashion and lifestyle Visual Design Strategist capable of providing context; inspiring and informing the reader and As new careers keep growing in the industry,
industry. The significance of brand identity has integrated solutions, in the following major figuring out where fashion might be heading there is infinite scope for the graduates of
come to be seen on par with what the brand pathways: Graphic Design, Advertising Space next; be a copywriter or communication Fashion Communication to explore and expand
sells i.e., the product. Numerous prêt and Design, Visual Merchandising, Fashion Media, manager for the fashion industry. their horizons. In the areas of branding,
luxury brands keep appearing in the Indian Fashion Photography, Fashion Journalism, styling, social media marketing, photography,
retail scenario, and it has become essential Creative Writing, Fashion Styling and Fashion commercial fashion space, UI & UX design and
for each one of them to develop a unique Thinking, Interaction Design and New Media graphics, Fashion Communication graduates
brand identity for maximum impact and Design, specific to the fashion and lifestyle are both versatile and passionate about more
visibility. Fashion Communication has made it industry. areas than just one. Come graduation, the
feasible for these brands to communicate their
Graphic Design aims to prepare its graduates students are well versed with knowledge,
products, identity, and strategy, by providing a
to have strong skills in visual design, an concept base and skill. With some of the most
platform for these very brands.
adeptness of visual design elements such prolific companies regularly seeking such
as typography, grid systems, colour, and talented and disciplined students, Fashion
composition. Space Design aims to produce Communication remains one of the most
professionals with the ability to innovate in the desirable design disciplines at NIFT.
vast field of space design and equip them to
an exciting job of transforming physical spaces
into functional, comfortable retail experiences.
Fashion Media offers sensitisation towards
the development of a visual language
incorporating the sense of photography and
fashion writing. Fashion Thinking explores the
dimensions of culture that stimulate fashion
thinking and innovation, developing innate
abilities to articulate assumptions and blind
spots, value diversity, engage in conflict and

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FD Deepening Specialisations (DS)
The Department offers two Deepening
Specialisation areas to choose from by the
names of Luxury & Couture and Image
Creation & Styling.
Career Pathways
With a versatile set of career pathways, the
fashion design programme equips students
to take challenging roles within the fashion
industry. A wide array of career directions
offered by this programme makes it the most
DS 1 Luxury & Couture desirable programme in the field of fashion
This course examines luxury couture fashion education.

Fashion with a focus on understanding the specific

market, its design details and construction
procedures. Spread over 5 semesters, students
Career destinations such as fashion designer
(within independent labels, MNC’s or retail

Design acquire Hi fashion sewing skills on suitable brands), costume designer (theatre, films or
fabrics with application of relevant trims and television), fashion stylist, image consultant,
embellishments for bridal, evening or occasion fashion Illustrator, visual merchandiser,
wear. Hand and speciality machine stitching, craft revivalist, social entrepreneur, fashion
creative pattern cutting and fine fabric finishes forecaster, researcher, fashion blogger,
applicable for creating women’s and men’s production designer, set designer, wedding
luxury range constitute the practice based designer, merchandiser, sampling & production
learning under this specialisation. coordinator, choreographer, exporter,
A flagship programme of NIFT, the Fashion Majors industrial pattern cutter, event manager are
Design programme has played an influential
Students will leave the course with design a few roles that the fashion design graduates
role in the growth of the Indian fashion indus- The core domain areas of the department
journals focused on conceptualization, easily occupy. Niche fashion segments/
try. In more than three decades of its exist- have been identified as Design & illustration,
ideation, surface explorations, pattern markets such as bespoke, luxury, couture,
ence the graduates of the department have Fundamentals of apparel development,
developments, garment execution along maternity, wearable technology, denim wear,
made remarkable presence in the Indian as Value addition for apparel and History &
with the complete look. This specialisation menswear, kids wear etc., further complement
well as global fashion scenario. The four-year contemporary fashion. Various subjects such
envisages honing meticulous design detail this wide diversity enhancing the profile of the
programme in Fashion Design aims to produce as fashion design and illustration, pattern
with aesthetic and commercial knowhow for programme.
dynamic design professionals who can face making, draping, garment construction, fabric
the challenges of the ever-changing fashion fundamentals, sustainable crafts & fashion, crafting luxury fashion products.
industry. It also equips them with strong crea- history of Indian textiles, history of clothing,
tive and technical skills related to the field of value addition exports, retail, couture & prêt DS 2 Image Creation & Styling
fashion, which empower them to adapt to an etc., are offered under these broad areas. This course provides insight into the business
evolving fashion biosphere. The subjects of study within each semester of image creation and styling in fashion. The
lead towards progressive learning from course progresses along the areas of fashion
In tandem with the industry requirements basic to advance levels of design and their society and culture, celebrity styling, make
where design thinking plays a pivotal role, the interpretations over the years of study in the up and image creation, fashion styling and
students are trained to anticipate and address department. styling for performing arts over 5 semesters.
relevant concerns and issues. Study of histori- It will challenge the students to work with
cal and contemporary fashion influences pro- real life instances as they learn to understand
vide a concrete foundation for focused design the needs of the client. The students will be
interpretations and inspirations. exposed to professionals in the field and gain
insights to practical situations. Students will
leave the course with a portfolio of image
building ideas which capture self-executed
real-life/hypothetical projects.

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KD Deepening Specialisations (DS)
The Department offers two Deepening
Specialisation areas to choose from, by the
names of Intimate Apparel and Sportswear.
Apart from the Majors and Deepening
Specialisations, the department also offers
Industry Internship of 8 weeks in any Knitwear
industry to develop practical knowledge in
the industry. At the end of the programme,
the student has the choice of undergoing a
16 weeks of Graduation Project in a Knitwear
DS 1 Intimate Apparel industry or to design and execute a creative
This specialisation aims to provide opportunity
Design Collection.
to the students to specialise in the intimate

Knitwear apparel segment of Knitwear. This shall enable

students to understand and practice design
process through thematic approach. The Career Pathways
Design students shall learn to design concepts of
intimate apparel collections taking inspiration
from the latest trends, forecasts, design
Career pathways for graduates of Knitwear
Design Programme are Knitwear designers
for all categories, Knitted Fabric Designer,
aesthetic and renowned peer works. It further
Merchandiser, Stylist, Visual Merchandiser,
provides scopes to develop intimate apparel
Entrepreneur. Knowledge and skill in
products by learning specific pattern designing
knitwear fashion along with the learning
and construction techniques. This also
from interdisciplinary minor and the electives
The Knitwear Design Department addresses Majors provides exposure to specialised fabrics and
chosen, shall further increase the scope of
the need of specialised design professionals trims used for intimate apparels. The students
becoming a multifaceted professional in
for the Knitwear domain of Fashion Apparel & In the new curriculum students will learn get opportunity to plan collections according
various segments of fashion industry.
Accessories industry. The department provides four major subjects, one subject from to brand aesthetics and finally be able to come
students a comprehensive exposure towards deepening specialisation area, one subject up with unique, creative design for intimate
designing and execution of Knitwear Fashion from interdisciplinary minor area, one general apparel collections.
garments and products. The scope of cur- elective subject and one optional elective
riculum encompasses multiple segments, from subject in every semester. The major subjects DS 2 Sportswear
foundation garments to outerwear. Students offered by Knitwear programme across The Sportswear specialisation provides a
are given inputs on the latest technological semesters cover the broad areas of Knitting, unique opportunity for a knitwear design
knowhow and detailed design methodolo- Flat Pattern & Construction, Fabric Technology, student to specialise in one of the most
gies to remain abreast with latest trends and Illustration and Presentation Techniques. promising and challenging segments of the
forecast in fashion. The department enables Study and practice of crafts are also given due knitwear industry. The students would learn to
students to grow as professionals who can importance in all the semesters. conceptualise design aesthetics for diversified
handle all aspects of Knitwear Fashion, right functional and aesthetic needs of different
from designing of fabric to product realisation. categories of sportswear. Understanding
various user needs and performance
Through four years of amalgamated exposure expectations are important leaning targets
in knowledge and skill, a Knitwear Designer for the students of this specialisation.
seeks to emerge with a blend of creative Students shall learn specific pattern designing,
thinking, strong technical skills and a dynamic specialised material handling and construction
market orientation with respect to Flat Knits, techniques for sportswear. Distinctive
Circular Knits and Computerised Knitting. The design projects for casual sportswear and
students acquire capabilities to work for all active sportswear provide opportunity
categories of Knitwear Apparels viz. menswear, to conceptualise specific design goals
women’s wear, kids wear, active or sportswear, and practically execute products to fulfil
leisure wear, winter wear, lingerie and intimate performance and aesthetic requirements.

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LD Deepening Specialisations (DS)
The B.Des.(Leather Design) programme offers
two Deepening Specialisations as secondary
concentration of subjects that complements
the Majors and provides in-depth knowledge
related to the specialised Majors that lead to
in footwear design and construction. With
broad categories of footwear with respect to
gender and application/utility – male/female
and formal/semi-formal/casual/sporty, this
track takes a student across the semesters
through the sub categories- open, closed
and complex types of footwear. The student
focused career pathways. These subjects are either designs or understands and interprets
mandatory and are offered from Semester III available design of footwear and then

Leather to VII assigned with 3 credits of direct contact

hours and 1 credit of studio practice. The two
Deepening Specialisations offered in Leather
translates into patterns and completes the
footwear through prototyping process. By the
close of the track, the students are efficiently

Design Design are: (i) Product Design Studio and (ii)

Footwear Design Studio.
armed with the knowledge and skills to handle
the footwear category as the deepening
specialisation of their career path.
DS 1 Product Design Studio
Students gain an in-depth understanding of Career Pathways
the Product Design Studio track across the
semesters. It equips a student to take forward The curriculum of Leather Design programme
a product story from concept to prototyping of NIFT, with Design and Product Development
The Leather Design degree programme of Majors with the understanding of the classification and as the core career pathway for LD graduates,
NIFT is a unique programme that intends to
identification of the range of products offered caters to the different industry segments of
create prepared Design Professionals and De- The majors across the 8 semesters provide
across the semesters. The student, through Fashion Product sector, viz. Garments, Leather
sign Entrepreneurs for Fashion Leather prod- the requisite material & product knowledge,
these semesters, either designs or understands Goods, Footwear, Luxury goods and Hand
ucts, Luxury goods and allied product sectors creative, technical and hand skills and
and interprets the available category of Crafted products.
in National and International Business. With capabilities for explorative and real time
the intent to help Nation building through the applications of learning through the main products - flat and fancy goods, small leathers
goods, bags and solid leather goods. The Besides Design and Product Development
Design Professionals & Entrepreneurs, the cur- core domains/major areas running across
product design or design interpretation is then pathway, three more allied career pathways
riculum of Leather Design programme of NIFT, the semesters viz. Material Studies- Leather
translated into patterns through concepts - Design Production, Design Marketing &
with Design and Product Development as the & Non Leather, Design & Fashion Studies,
of geometry and spatial understanding as Merchandising and Design Communication
core, caters to the different industry segments Apparel Production & Ergonomics, Luxury
an intermediary step towards the physical have been incorporated into the curriculum
of Fashion Product sector, viz. Garments, Product Design & Marketing, Apparel Design
piece. Thereafter knowledge of fabrication to spread the menu of career choices across
Leather Goods, Footwear, Luxury goods and Studio, Drawing & Digital Design and Craft
techniques and procedures are transferred for the various categories of the sector. These
hand crafted products. Cluster Initiatives (Integration). Supported and
respective product category to help students allied career pathways are envisaged and
strengthened by the deepening specialisation,
to convert the patterns into physical pieces. By built up through the Interdisciplinary Minors.
The professional expertise is developed by the majors ensure the student’s portfolio
the close of the track, the student is efficiently This is to ensure that the curriculum offers
imparting the required knowledge, skills, crea- building with multi-categories of leather
armed with the knowledge and skills required various combinations with 6 fashion product
tive exploration and practices built within the products and accessories which complete
to handle the leather product category. sectors and 4 career pathways for the students
curriculum through four subject categories, viz. the apparel range. The Majors are also
to choose from, as per their interests and
Majors, Deepening Specialisations, Interdisci- strengthened by the floating majors to ensure
plinary Minors and General Studies. the requisite knowledge, skills and capabilities DS 2 Footwear Design Studio
that are imparted at different levels with each The Footwear Design Studio track equips the
graduating semester to create the necessary students to take forward a footwear story from
prepared design professionals for the industry. concept to prototyping with the understanding
The whole learning of majors culminates in the of the classification and identification of range
Graduation Project in the final semester in the of footwear offered across the semesters.
form of design collection projects either self The track would see a student understand the
or industry sponsored or graduation research anatomy of the foot, the different types of
projects as per the career pathways opted by footwear & last, the anthropometrics involved
the students.

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TD Deepening Specialisations (DS)
DS 1 Textiles for Apparel & Fashion
The Deepening Specialisation ‘Textiles for
Apparel & Fashion Accessories’ will strengthen
projects. The Graduation Project culminates
with academic evaluation and final showcase of
students’ work in an annual show.

Career Pathways
student’s understanding of the apparel The programme prepares students for a wide
segment and build up their vocabulary of range of careers in the textile and fashion
fashion, apparel categories, details and industry like mills, export houses, buying

Textile trimmings used in garments and accessories.

The specialisation focuses on intensive fabric
studies in order to equip students to select
agencies, design studios, handloom and
handicraft cooperatives, NGOs, home and
apparel retail brands and online stores as

Design appropriate fabrics for different apparel Designers, Merchandisers, Buyers, Managers,
products, and comprehend the nuances Home/Fashion Stylists and Trend Forecasters
of product development including costing or work independently as Entrepreneurs. The
and sourcing for a specific product. Specific Textile Design alumni are doing collaborative
industry linked design projects in core areas and interdisciplinary work with world-leading
of prints, surface and weaves will provide real industry partners such as Arvind Mills,
time experience to design fabrics for apparel Welspun, Bombay Dyeing, Madura Garments,
and fashion accessories. Maspar, Portico, D’décor, Trident Group,
From fibre to fabric, the design and Majors Samsung, W for Woman, Biba, Satya Paul,
development of textiles is the key to the
business of fashion. The fast paced activities Triburg, Sarita Handa Exports, Shades of
The Textile Design Major equips students DS 2 Textiles for Home & Spaces India, Apartment 9, Blackberrys, Fabindia,
in the export and domestic sectors of the with knowledge and hones their creativity The Deepening Specialisation ‘Textiles for
Indian apparel and home fashion industry Jaypore and with designers like Sabyasachi
and understanding of design application Home & Spaces’ will focus on home textile
demand professional textile designers who Mukherjee, Ritu Kumar, Tarun Tahiliani, among
for the industry. Woven, print design and products for bed, bath, kitchen and living
can think ‘out-of-the-box’ and yet adapt to the others. Some of the alumni are successful
surface embellishment are the core textile spaces, and other interior spaces. The
entrepreneurs, setting trends and making
challenging business environment. subjects, using both hand and digital skills, students will gain an understanding of regional
great strides in the fashion world.
to impart an extensive and versatile training variations in home fashion in terms of colours,
for the students. The Major builds upon the motifs, patterns and sizing of products. The
integration of creative forces of design with specialisation entails to strengthen students’
textile technology, and also keeps in mind the knowledge of fabrics and their properties in
historical, social and cultural contexts in which terms of performance and aesthetics for a
the designers work today. Textile innovation specific end application. The critical know-
and emerging textile technologies are an how of product development from ideation
integral part of the Major. to product realisation will be addressed
through industry linked projects. The students
The Major offers ample opportunity to will be adept to design prints, weaves and
students to create, experiment and innovate embellished fabrics for home textiles.
with materials. Alongside there is also
emphasis on learning specialised software in The Textile Design students undertake
order to explore digital and non-traditional sponsored Graduation Project in their final
approach to design, fabric structures and year with the industry for a period of 16 weeks
surfaces. The objective is to provide hands-on to develop design collections. The projects
experience through practical set-ups and state- are sponsored by textile mills, export houses,
of-the-art technology. The department boasts home and apparel retail brands, designers
of an array of studios including weaving, textile or NGOs. The students are also given choice
testing, surface design and CAD. to undertake self-sponsored or research

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F TECH Deepening Specialisations (DS)
From semester V, students who are already
equipped with the knowledge of compulsory
courses are supposed to choose and pursue
any specialisation out of the three provided by
product development specialisation.
In the final semester, students undertake
their graduation project either commissioned
by a business concern or on their own. The
knowledge assimilated during their course
of study in Bachelors of Fashion Technology
finally is to be put to test in the industry
the course as under:
where students work on innovating processes,
developing new products, providing efficiency
DS 1 Apparel Production Technology

Bachelor of
enhancement through systematic research.
This deepening specialisation is aimed
to fortify the student’s understanding of
Manufacturing Technology, practical exercises Career Pathways

Fashion Technology in designing of a manufacturing set-up,

with introductory inputs on Robotics and
Mechatronics and their applications in the
Apparel Product development: With
a combination of core and deepening
Industry. Floating specialisation in form of specialisation in this pathway, students will
study of ergonomics environment, Lean be able to join the industry in the areas of
Manufacturing and sustainable production add Sampling Room Coordinator, Technical Audit
to the versatility of the student. Manager, Fit Analyst, Production Merchant,
Product Manager, Product Engineer etc.
The four year course in Fashion Technology is Majors
aimed to develop industry ready professionals DS 2 Apparel Production Management
who are trained to understand the fundamen- Apparel Production Technology: With
Apparel Production Technology major will The specialisation strengthens the knowledge a combination of core and deepening
tals of apparel business and to effect change prepare Techno-managers with expertise in the of production management through advanced
in order to match the dynamism of business specialisation in this pathway, students will
core areas of mass manufacturing of apparel inputs on Quality management and executive be able to join the industry in the areas of
scenario. The course provides executive, ad- viz. Apparel Technology, Production Planning, inputs on Logistics, Data Analytics, Social
vanced level and strategic inputs in the field of Production Planner, Production Manager, Lean
Industrial Engineering, Sustainable Production, responsibility and web development among System Manager, Sustainable Manager, Plant
apparel production through major, inter disci- etc. others. Fashion Forecasting, Supply Chain
plinary minor subjects and 3 different deepen- Manager, Industrial Engineer, Work study
Management and Information assurance and Manager etc.
ing specialisations. Other subjects in the form The Apparel Production Management pathway security as floating specialisation subjects help
of General Electives and Floating Majors have is aimed towards imparting knowledge on the in cementing the knowledge acquired inh this
been included in order to enhance the over- Apparel Production Management: With
various managerial aspects and application specialisation. a combination of core and deepening
all development of students and to provide of Information technology in apparel
added inputs thus traversing the knowledge specialisation in this pathway, students will
manufacturing business. DS 3 Apparel Product Development be able to join the industry in the areas
spectrum from academic to holistic.
Students who want to deepen their knowledge of-Merchandising (production), Vendor
Apparel Product Development, starts with evaluation/selection/development, quality
From the semester I to semester V, all students of pattern-making, anthropometry and
Engineering drawing and conversion of management, Automation, application and
are oriented towards the fashion industry, ap- sizing, solving fit issues, apparel grading
3D object into 2D shape through draping Management of Information Technology.
parel production technology, pattern making and making of contoured apparel may take
techniques and goes up to development of
and garment construction, apparel production up this specialisation. The specialisation
complex product. This pathway emphasises on
management, apparel quality management provides advance knowledge of aforesaid
developing the hands on skill of the
and introductory courses in Fashion marketing, subjects. The floating specialisation subjects
students in the area of Pattern making and
retail management, applications of artificial Garmenting (Jackets), Garmenting (Kidswear),
Garment construction employing the best
intelligence, technical textiles, entrepreneur- Garmenting for contoured apparel, aim at
industrial practices.
ship, database management for apparel busi- further deepening the knowledge acquired in
ness and industrial engineering among other this domain along with giving a free hand to
subjects. the design creativity of students opting for the

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M DES Deepening Specialisations (DS)
Students have to choose any one specialisation
based on prior academic, professional
background, and skills acquired.
the students in branding and identity of
products or services and address the issue
how design can help capitalize on national and
international levels.

DS 4 Theoretical Studies in Design

Theoretical Studies in Design trace the
DS 1 Design for Society
birth and evolution of man’s design history.
Design for Society specialisation looks at
It critically examines this process through
design in the context of society. Today

Master of
analytical and practical modes of enquiry. It
designers are working along with various
is an interdisciplinary field that probes in the
agents and agencies to solve the complex
questions that have impacted design decisions
social problems and are designing for

towards shaping human environment over
social change. It also enables the students
the years. It spans various fields like art and
to critically evaluate the social, ethical and
architecture, urban planning, communication,
ecological issues in design.The students will
cultural studies and demographics through
learn theories of Social Innovation and apply
qualitative grounded theory approach.The
them to design problems in the real world and
curriculum attempts to ask basic questions to
use design for active social engagement and
find the most sustainable ways of designing.
The course also equip students with the skills
‘Master of Design’ degree caters to the multi- Majors in the emerging area of curatorial practices
disciplinary and dynamic nature of job profiles DS 2 Experience Design
that seek professionals who can work in Major subjects culminate in to areas which The skill sets of designers today are not
versatile environments. Research is one of the create the Interdisciplinary Foundation limited to creation of mere objects but
Career Pathways
tools that empower one to take up challenges, of MDES. The course unifies its core on include creation of services and experiences.
which may emerge in contemporary complex Career pathways in MDES are the broad
four systems namely Trends Research & Experience is the result of people’s interaction
systems. Therefore, this course builds its professional areas emerging from the
Forecasting, Design for Sustainability, Design with designed environments. The richer the
specialisations based on the foundation of deepening specialisations supplemented by
Thinking & Innovation and Design Research. experience for the user the more successful is
design thinking and research practice. Major subjects.
Synergetic in themselves they create the the design. Once the students are equipped
foundation on which MDES course is designed with the conceptual framework of experience
Graduates of this programme would be Some avenues include Social Sustainable
to create a 360 degree learning curve. design, they learn to apply it in the fields of
equipped to hold key positions in large design, Management, Designing for special needs,
Human Computer Interaction, User Interface Craft Design for communities, User Experience
fashion or corporate houses in the areas of Grounded in ethical practices of research, and User experience, signage, ordering
Design Thinking and Research, Craft Design, Design, Space Design - Exhibition, and
students can tailor their strengths through a information, graphics and content curating.
Special Needs, Publication & Graphics, Media Museum & Designing for commercial Spaces,
cross-pollination of subjects and create a niche Spatial applications will range from exhibitions,
writing & design, Lifestyle Products, User Design Innovation Strategy, Consumer Insight
professional space. museums, retail and other built spaces.
Experience & User centered design depending research, Retail Design, Pure Research,
on the area of specialisation pursued by Design Criticism & Academics, Media Writing;
DS 3 Design Strategy Blogging, Curation in Culture and design.
each student through a pedagogic structure
that enables individual pathways within 4 Strategic Design Management deals with Apart from the pathways mentioned above
deepening specialisations offered in the course study and application of design methods and Design Innovation Practice & Innovation
focusing on various design industry domains. advanced processes for uplifting the industrial management, Pure and Applied Research,
practices. It deals with core understanding of Trend forecasting for design & fashion industry,
theories of strategy and addresses application Systems Design & Sustainable Design practice
(The above mandate is based on the of design beyond mere aesthetics by using and Forecasting are emerging careers.
assumption that the students applying for analysis, critical & design thinking and creates
Master of Design Programme would be value for identified businesses. Branding
familiar with fundamentals of design theory). design is very much a part of the strategy
today and is moving towards design driven
consumer market. The course aims to orient

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MFM Deepening Specialisations (DS)
Deepening specialisation subjects are meant to allow
the students to specialise in a specific area leading
to a particular pathway. The areas for deepening
specialisation are Marketing and Retailing,
Entrepreneurship and International Business. The
Career Pathways
The Marketing & Retailing specialisation
covers the subjects like customer experience
management and retail operations, Omni
channel planning and buying, E commerce,
student can choose any one area for in-depth study fashion promotion mix and social media
throughout the course. marketing, branded entertainment. This would
lead to careers like Retail buyer, retail planner,

Master of DS 1 Marketing and Retailing

The specialisation provides an opportunity
to gain in-depth understanding of Customer
store manager, visual merchandiser, retail
trainer, mall manager, retail consultant, brand
executive, social media analyst, social media

Fashion Management
marketer, content marketing, event manager,
Experience Management, Retail operations,
E-commerce merchandiser, luxury store
Omni-channel Retail etc.
DS 2 Entrepreneurship International business specialisation covers the
The Entrepreneurship would equip the subjects like global fashion business, export
students with the skills to understand the merchandising and EXIM documentation,
nuances of feasibility study and business laws global marketing and costing and profitability.
To develop world class professionals in the Majors and to setup his enterprise. This would lead to careers like export
area of fashion management, marketing,
merchandising, and retailing to produce future merchandiser, buying house merchandiser,
Major subjects refer to the core domain of the DS 3 International Business sourcing manager, logistics manager, global
entrepreneurs who are equipped with fashion department. The purpose of the first semester The International Business as a deepening business development manager, sampling
product technology, analytical and managerial major subjects is to prepare a firm background, specialisation aims to provide a nuanced merchandisers, compliance officer, vendor
skills and knowledge with right industry on which further specialisations can be built, understanding of the size and nature of management executive.
connect. in the area of Marketing, Merchandising, global business, EXIM documentation, export
Understanding of Fabrics, and Research and marketing. All these specialisation would help Entrepreneurship specialisation covers the
Students undergo in-depth education in man- Statistical as well as Information Technology the student to focus and perform at higher subjects like Entrepreneurship business models
agement, marketing, buying, merchandising application in it. The understanding of these level. and success stories, business idea generation
(retail and export), retail operations, interna- basic disciplines is further enlarged and
tional marketing, international trade practices and feasibility testing with live projects, family
substantiated in the subsequent semester with business management, business plan, laws and
and project formulation, Entrepreneurship and subjects like Supply chain management, Omni
also on an important aspect of interdisciplinary integrated project. This would lead to careers
Channel Retailing, Consumer Behaviour and like entrepreuner, social entrepreneur, NGOs,
aspect of fashion. They are exposed to creative Neuro Marketing, Luxury Management, Brand
merchandising/marketing, innovative fashion academician, cluster manager/marketer,
Management etc. The purpose of the major consultant for rural marketers.
management practices, Information technol- subjects is to groom the students in the key
ogy developments, directions of fashion trends areas that are necessary for a domain specific
and business practices through field visits and management course the “Fashion
industry internships. Management Studies”. The progression of the
subject is such that continuity of knowledge
The department remains in active collaboration is maintained. Self-study by the students is
with the industry through several consultancy encouraged as part of curriculum.
projects undertaken by the members of the
faculty and also through the Internship and
Graduation Projects done by the students.

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Deepening specialisations Career Pathways
DS 1 Operational Excellence The students who choose Operational

Master of To develop capability of managing

manufacturing systems which focus on
Production efficiency, Lean Principles,
Excellence will be geared to take their
positions in the field of production, operations,
and supply chain in managerial positions

Fashion Technology Sustainability, Ergonomics, Quality in the apparel industry to guide the setups
management, Operations, Value-chain / in tune with the global requirements; The
Integrative Management etc. areas of Production Planning, Production
Manager, Lean System Manager, CSR mangers,
Sustainability operations, Quality Managers,
DS 2 Smart Factory
Plant Manager, Industrial Engineer are some of
To develop Industry 4.0 capabilities such as the identified careers.
Artificial Intelligence, AR/VR, Industrial Internet
The MFT programme caters to engineering Students may choose a specialised realm of of Things, Big Data, Cloud Computing,
and technology graduates, preparing them study, such as Operational Excellence, Smart The students who choose Smart Factorywill be
Robotics etc. for fashion supply chain. able to garner positions in the research and
for future ready techno-managerial roles Factory and Smart Garments wherein they will
in apparel supply chain and allied sectors. The learn the technical aspects of the same. MFT industry areas where emerging technology
DS 3 Smart Garments usage and improvisation is the focus. The
course adopts an analytical approach through classroom teaching is reinforced with regular
research in innovative and disruptive  field visits to industries present in the apparel To develop capabilities in the areas of possible career positioning may be in
technologies focusing on life skills for supply chain. Technical Textiles, Anthropometry, 3D body Automation areas, in areas of application
developing socially and environmentally scanning, 3D simulation, 3D printing, Smart- and management of Information Technology,
responsible professionals. Students also get opportunities to experience wearables, Stitchless, Seamless garments and Research and development in machinery and
and relate their classroom learning while garments for special needs. its usage, R&D in systems, data analysis for the
undertaking internship with relevant industry. industry etc.

Additionally, inputs of entrepreneurship and The students who choose Smart Garments
developing of business plans are provided will find positions in the areas of using varied
to encourage willing students to explore the knowledge of the product in research as well
glorious path of being an entrepreneur. The as industry focussed application of technical
programme requires the student to undertake design and/or collaborative development
a thesis in the field of their choice to research of innovative products for apparel and non-
and derive solutions by way of collaborating apparel industry.Some identified career
with domestic and international companies options may include those of Technical Audit
utilizing classroom learning. Manager, Fit Analyst, Production Merchant,
Product Manager, Product Engineer, R&D in
wearable technology etc.

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The new curriculum of accessory design offers
a lot more flexibility through choice of 3 Inter
Disciplinary Minors (IDMs). This combination
teaches them more than one skill and empathy
to collaborate across disciplines, while also
trimming the redundancy.

IDMs for UG IDMs for PG

IDM 1 Fashion Accessories IDM 1 Fashion Accessory Trends
Students get to understand fashion accessory Students understand the spectrum of fashion

categories, their cultural context. Influence accessories categories. They get to do cultural
of local and global trends on accessories. trend mapping and forecasting. Translate
They gain ability to visualize concepts for trends to concept development in context
fashion accessories and choose appropriate to fashion accessories. They are enabled to
material in realizing the prototype. They get to interpret trends and apply to develop user
conceive fashion accessory design project to profile for a design brief. Experience a variety
execute a feasible design solution and develop of materials and process that are related
prototype. to accessory development. Students may
conceive a fashion accessory design project
IDM 2 Home Accessories to execute a feasible design and solution and
Students understand home accessories in develop prototype.
cultural-interpersonal context. They get the
sense the size and structure of the home décor
industry and clearly visualize the opportunity
in this space. They gain skills to create visual
architecture with respect to home accessories.
Explore different techniques, assemblies,
material combinations for home accessories.

An opportunity to ideate & conceive home

accessories design project based on a clear
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Fashion Communication offers three Fashion Design offers three Inter-Disciplinary
Inter-Disciplinary Minor subjects for the Minor subjects for the students of other UG
students of other UG and PG programmes. and PG programmes. fashion Studies and
Communication Design and Display & Fashion Representation for UG students and
Presentation Design for UG and Styling and Fashion Process for PG students.
Display Design for PG students.

IDMs for UG IDMs for PG IDMs for UG IDMs for PG

IDM 1 Communication Design IDM 1 Styling and Display Design IDM 1 Fashion Studies IDM 1 Fashion Process
Students develop professional competencies Styling and Display Design is a perfect mixed This stream of study will enable students to This pathway offers 3 courses which
in graphic, sign and symbol design, brand bag for styling design to produce students comprehend, ideate and create basic fashion encapsulate and empower the students with
identity, styling, image processing and who are creative, with specific skills in trend products. Offered along 5 subject areas this a basic understanding of fashion within the
narration through a variety of print, media, and forecasting, analysis, and interpretation of pathway enables the students develop a grasp areas of history, pattern development and
digital formats. style and brands. They can apply these skills to on clothing and fashion history, techniques illustration/ fashion image through cinema.
the present and emerging technologies in the of developing patterns, constructing basic The stream will add to the existing knowledge
IDM 2 Display & Presentation Design global fashion industry with the inputs of the women’s wear apparel, illustrate and identify of the chosen specialisation and enable the
(UG):In Display & Presentation Design image capturing through photography. the historical and contemporary fashion students to articulate the fashion learning in
the students will be exposed to live and represented through cinema. The learnings tune with their area of work.
hypothetical projects where they create and gained from this stream when put to use in
design for varying target markets and learn conjunction with the main specialisation will
about the relationship between concept enable the student to conceptualize and
design and practical realisation. They would be develop basic women’s wear apparel.
able to create the right image both within and
beyond the store’s physical structure. IDM 2 Fashion Representation
The subjects under this stream of study focus
on understanding modes in which fashion
is represented. The 5 subject progression
under this pathway traversing through history,
illustration, fashion visage fiction, and styling
enables the student to grasp the verbal and
visual language of fashion. This pathway is
offered to students to supplement the fashion
knowledge gained from their respective
specialisations to further aid in discussing and
appreciating fashion represented through the
medium of art, literature and cinema.

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The Inter Disciplinary Minor subject areas
that are offered for UG students of other The Department of Leather Design offers
Department are World of Knits and Fashion for two Inter Disciplinary Minors for other UG
Sports and Knitwear & Merchandising for PG programmes, viz. (i) Leather Fetish & Cult
students. Fashion and (ii) Leather Lifestyle Products,
and offers one Inter Disciplinary Minor for PG
programmes, i.e. Luxury Products.

IDMs for UG IDMs for PG IDMs for UG IDMs for PG

IDM 1 World of Knits IDM 1 Knitwear Merchandising IDM 1 Leather Fetish & Cult Fashion IDM 1 Luxury Products
“World of Knits” aims to introduce students The Interdisciplinary Minor subject area offered As an IDM offered to other departments, the This track offered to the PG students takes
to the delectable world of Knitwear. It seeks to PG students is Knitwear Merchandising, Leather Fetish track helps students of other one through a graduated mindset of design
to present an understanding of knits as a zero which aims to give the learners a holistic disciplinary domains to add the leather fetish & design approach, heritage & storytelling,
waste, sustainable product. While the course understanding of managing the specifics of product category into their knowledge and quality benchmarks, price roofing and anti-laws
introduces learners to the current knitting the Knitwear Business. It aims to give inputs skills portfolio thus increasing the fashion value of marketing. A luxury orientation prepares
techniques available in the industry, it also on merchandising the Knitwear market, with quotient and also career options. Across the the mind to view product as a compelling
helps them work with knitwear such that they inputs on product, technical details on product semesters, students are taken through the story and thereof understand the characters
are able to develop garments, accessories and development and costing (for circular and flat overview of Industry, classification of fetish that build it. With this new mindset, the
home products – using both the aesthetic and knits), specific areas for quality control and product & outerwear, concepts and trends student is trained to approach a product
tactile elements of the knit fabric. Learners assurance, and channels that are available for of fetish & cult fashion, Sub-culture, material with a heightened consciousness of design
at the end of this course will be able to work the supply chain of knitwear. understanding of leather, leather alternates philosophy & its application, and supporting
confidently with knits and use them as a Target market, Fabric identification, Sizing, & surfaces, design & prototyping process. drivers that keep the product unique.
creative medium to develop a range of fashion Pattern Making, Garment Production, Seams The track would culminate with the students Designing and prototyping to demonstrate
products. Design, Art and Aesthetics, Hand Finishes for Knitwear Apparels, Costing developing a range of fetish products and understanding wind up the track.
knitting, Hand flat knitting, Sustainability, Zero of Knits, Quality control for knits are the outerwear with a holistic understanding of
Waste, Recycling, Up-cycling, Customization, highlights of the IDM. leather application.
Versatility of knits as a medium, Yarn to
Product are the highlights of the IDM. IDM 2 Leather Lifestyle Products
Given its versatility and luxury lifestyle
IDM 2 Fashion for Sports quotient, students are taken through the
“Fashion for Sports” is aimed at giving an overview of the industry, classifications,
orientation towards the most versatile and the fashion trends, leather as a material for
fastest growing category in fashion business creative & lifestyle expressions and its infinite
– Sportswear. It introduces the learner to applications. As students graduate, they
the various components of Sportswear as would develop a holistic understanding of
a category, and draws distinction between leather lifestyle product development that
Casual, Active, Performance sports and constitutes home furnishing corporate gifts
Athleisure. The subject also introduces the and office accessories.
learners to parameters for selection of fabric
and trims for developing Sportswear, and
equips with skillsets to handle the same.
Ergonomics, Performance, Functional clothing,
Technical Textiles, Pattern making and
construction, Stretch fabric are the highlights
of the IDM.

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Textile Design offers three Inter-Disciplinary The Fashion Technology department offers
Minor subjects for the students of other UG four Inter Disciplinary Minor subjects for the
and PG programmes. Textile Structure & students of other UG and PG programmes.
Surface and Textile Appreciation for UG and
Textile manufacturing and sourcing for PG

IDMs for UG IDMs for PG IDMs for UG IDMs for PG

IDM 1 Textile Structure & Surface IDM 1 Textile Manufacturing & Sourcing IDM 1 Apparel Manufacturing Process IDM 1 Apparel Product Management
The Textiles Structure and Surface minor The Textile Manufacturing & Sourcing minor The Inter Disciplinary Minor (IDM) “Apparel The Inter Disciplinary Minor (IDM) “Apparel
will give an insight into the elements of will impart an understanding of textiles, Manufacturing Process” enables the students Product Management” caters to the specific
textiles through a hands-on approach. The enhancing fabric experience and assessing to understand the impact of suitable requirements of the students and provided
students will engage with different materials performance, comfort and aesthetic attributes technology in achieving manufacturing them a much neededorientation of the field of
and processes to delve into the nuances of for suitable end application. The students will excellence. It will also enable students to Apparel Production Management, Apparel
textile design, from developing prints, textile examine the yarn and fabric quality parameters identify suitable technology and help them in Production Techniques and Apparel Quality
colouration by way of dyeing and printing and learn about textile testing methods and taking business decisions.. Apparel production Procedures and Practices.
to weaving on the loom. Further, the minor evaluation as per global standards. The minor is one of the most challenging and dynamic
introduces students to a gamut of textiles will draw attention to the relevance of textiles domain of the apparel manufacturing chain.
from across the world, sensitizing them to the in the global economy and lay emphasis on IDM 2 IT essentials for Fashion
regional variations, in terms of colour, motifs domestic and international fabric sourcing E-Business
and techniques for design inspiration. The strategies for different textile products, IDM 2 IT applications for Fashion The Inter Disciplinary Minor (IDM) “IT
students from varied disciplines will also get keeping in view costing and lead times. Business essentials for Fashion E-Business” offered
an opportunity to digitally illustrate application The Inter Disciplinary Minor (IDM) “IT by department of fashion technology offers
of their textile design ideas as per their core applications for Fashion Business” offered a wide range of subjects to enable students
specialisation. by department of fashion technology to understand all the important attributes of
offers a wide range of subjects to enable fashion e-business The students will develop
IDM 2 Textile Appreciation the students to be abreast of the state-of- skills on front end design, back end design
The Textile Appreciation minor will provide the-art technology. This IDM makes the and develop a dynamic website for fashion
a comprehensive understanding of textiles students understand data, its management E-business.
and its application in different fields. The and importance in business processes and
students will be familiarized to different applications and, to manage the business data
fabrics and their end use. The minor focuses and design dashboards for effective decision
on sensitizing students to the rich textile making.
heritage of India and enrich their minds to the
vast range of traditional textiles from different
parts of the world. The students will also get
an opportunity to apply the elements and
principles of design to ideate and express
through textiles. Exploring and manipulating
materials will give a direction to communicate
effectively with textiles. The students will gain
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Master of Design offers two Inter Disciplinary FMS department offers two IDM’s one for UG
Minor subjects for the students of other UG programme i.e., Fashion retailing and one for
and PG programmes. Lateral Thinking and PG programme i.e., Entrepreneurship
Innovation for UG and Trends and Culture for
PG students.

IDMs for UG IDMs for PG IDMs for UG IDMs for PG

IDM 1 Lateral Thinking & Innovation IDM 1 Trends & Culture IDM 1 Fashion retailing IDM 1 Entrepreneurship
This course helps identifying and honing The set of courses being offered under This course is about head and tail of retailing. This course is about becoming job creator
student’s own creative potential. This is “Trends and Culture” will function as an The objective of fashion retailing is maximize rather than job seeker and be on your own.
done through appreciation and criticism of umbrella within which the students will sales and profitability. This IDM builds Learning progressions semester wise are
appropriate or inappropriate design issues develop a critical understanding of Trends and and bridges gap between your creativity Level-1: Awareness about entrepreneurship,
and opportunities within the particular area visual culture in contemporary society and the and markets. If the students want to be Level-2: Development of entrepreneurial skills
of design. Applying lateral thinking skills inter-relationship within. The course will enable commercially successful fashion professional and mind set, Level-3: Theory into practise
while building creative confidence, this the students to learn the tools for identifying by starting their boutique/Retail brand, Understanding about business environment,
course will introduce students to different and capturing new trends and articulate them they must know the basics of Retailing, business models, policies and schemes,
creativity theories that will lay the foundation within the socio-cultural context, eventually Marketing, Consumer insights and the steps idea generation with its feasibility testing,
for a strong design process understanding, applying it for a relevant market. They also of entrepreneurship. With this IDM student various functional aspects of business
and a deeper insight of the personal skills get exposed to the theories of visual culture can enter into Marketing (retail, global), plan. The students will develop analytical
and expertise that design thinkers utilize in studies and visual analysis, which enables Merchandising, Buying, Researcher and skills to evaluate the business ideas, idea
all phases of the design process, leading to them to encode and decode the images for become a Retail Entrepreneur. identification and idea testing skills to identify
articulation of one’s own design ideas through trend analysis and forecast. The knowledge the feasibility of business venture, report
a range of mediums including drawings, gained would prepare the students as Trend making skills, applied financial and marketing
prototypes and presentations. Researchers and Forecasters. skills for preparing a business plan. Develop a
successful business model for a feasible idea
The possible career pathways are Visualizer, The possible career pathways are Media and develop a business plan and its appraisal.
Art Directors, Storyteller, Critical Problem analyst, Visual Semanticist, Fashion With this IDM student can become an
Solver, Design Thinker, and Design Innovator & Merchandiser, Trends spotter & Visual Intrapreneur, a business consultant in
Entrepreneur. Researcher. government or private organisation, create
their own business with innovative products &
services in any sector, and work closely with
craft clusters.

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A student will be required to take 2 General Elective subjects every semester, excepting the last
semester( for both UG and PG programmes).

A set of GEs will be proposed by the campus, keeping in view the availability of the course and the
overall credit requirement for the semester. Some GEs offered for UG Programme are also offered
for PG programme.

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UG General Electives

Personality Communication Design Thinking Making sense of ... Research Sports/Fitness

Development Methodology

Professional World History of Art, Critical Thinking Indian History of Art, Photography Yoga/Meditation Semiotics Creative Writing/Story
Ethics and Values Architecture and Culture Architecture and Culture Techniques Telling

Lanscaping and Nature/Historical Sociology Economics Theatre/Dance/ Poetry Media Studies Fashion Modelling/Beauty
gardening Walk Choreography/Music and Make up

Language Psychology Leadership Sustainability Film Appreciation Cultural Anthropology

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PG General Electives

Professional Gender Studies Youth Culture and Research Sports/Fitness

Ethics and Values Identity Methodology

Critical Thinking Communication Systems thinking Economics Resource Management Personality Operations Research Media Studies

Lanscaping and Philosophy Making sense of ... Theatre/Dance/ Poetry Sustainability Semiotics
Indian History of Art,
gardening Choreography/ Music Studies
Architecture and Culture

Language Photography Leadership Yoga/Meditation Film Appreciation

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The new curriculum of NIFT attempts to give interactions involving internal experts and
the student a rich repertoire of experience and eminent academicians, industrialists and NIFT
understanding that will hopefully inculcate a Alumni envisaged the necessity and importance
desire and a capability for lifelong learning of Industry engagement through:
and will stand him or her in good stead in • Interaction with Industry leaders and alumni
these disruptive times of change. Industry in the classroom
engagement is envisaged as a learning • Sponsored classroom projects
process which, by providing exposure to the • Industry visits
students in real life working environment as • Exposure to exhibitions and fairs
part of an academic curriculum helps them • Internships
to develop and enhance academic, personal • Joint research endeavours
and professional competencies coupled • Hands-on practical learning experience in
with deeper understanding of the ethics and industry environment to be transacted within
values that distinguish a good professional. A the curriculum structure.
significant part of the engagement programme
is based on regulated exposure of the students Critical to this new perspective would be
to the industry environment as part of the the planning of Industry Engagements and
course curriculum under the guidance of both scheduling them in coordination with the
academia and industry. industries as per the requirement to transact
the new curriculum in the UG & PG Programmes
The revised curriculum structure of NIFT offered by NIFT and its campuses.
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The academic strategy of NIFT embraces a The students have participated in several facilities are constantly updated & upgraded to Linkages
global approach. The core activities of the prestigious international competitions such be at par with the best institutes in the world.
institute have enhanced its international as Wool Mark 2017, Design competition To facilitate exchange of teaching pedagogy, Some of the key institutes with whom NIFT has
visibility and standing. NIFT has strategic organized by Beijing Institute of Fashion concepts and professional ideas, the faculty an association are Queensland University of
agreements and partnerships with about Technology (BIFT), Beijing, Republic of China, at NIFT participates in academic exchange Technology, Australia; De Montfort University,
26 leading international fashion institutes & Fashion Week 2017 Paris, Sweden India Novel programmes, international fairs, seminars, UK; Glasgow School of Arts, UK; Swiss Textile
organisations that share the same academic Memorial Wall Painting organized by Swedish exhibitions, conferences and trade shows College, Switzerland; ENSAIT, France; NABA,
direction, integrating NIFT students with the Embassy, New Zealand Runway organized by thereby bringing their substantial experience Italy; The State University of New York College
global mainstream of fashion. New Zealand Embassy, Wuhan International to the classroom thus enriching the knowledge at Buffalo, USA; Manchester Metropolitan
Competition, China, World of Wearable Art pool at NIFT. University, UK; ESMOD, Germany; Saxion
International collaborations allow students to (WOW) Competition. University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands;
experience ‘study abroad’ options through Dual Degree Opportunity Amsterdam Fashion Institute, Netherlands;
exchange programmes. This initiative provides The institute also attracts international Bunka Gauken University, Japan; Donghua
an excellent opportunity to NIFT students, students who come and experience its NIFT - Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), University, China; BGMEA University of
selected for the exchange programme, academic and cultural richness. Through New York, USA strategic partnership allows Fashion and Technology (BUFT), Bangladesh;
to interact with students from various the exchange programmes, students from select meritorious students from NIFT, a Ecole Duperre, France; University of
geographies, encouraging them to broaden overseas institutes have developed valuable unique opportunity to obtain a Dual Degree Northampton, UK; Politecnico di Milano, Italy;
their vision and understand different cultures. insight not just into Indian culture, arts & crafts from both NIFT and FIT. Students from NIFT Shenkar College of Engineering & Design
The students can undertake the opportunity but have also understood the Indian market undertake two years study at the home & Art, Israel; KEA - Copenhagen School of
across NIFT campuses and all course and its dynamics. The students of Management Institute intercepted by one year of study Design and Technology, Denmark; North
disciplines. To provide an academic gradient, & Technology have had invaluable exposure at FIT. Thereafter, the students resume their Carolina State University, USA, Nottingham
the institute’s international linkages allow to production techniques that cater to high studies at NIFT to obtain the Dual Degree Trent University; UK, The Savannah Collage of
the students to participate in international fashion demands of the global marketplace. from both the institutes. 45 students have Art and Design; USA and many more.
competitions / seminars / research / The strategic alliances encourage academic completed the dual degree programme in
exhibitions and other events. NIFT students enhancement at faculty level as well. Faculty the last 5 years and six students from various
at all campuses are encouraged to participate exchange and joint research initiatives ensure disciplines are pursuing the Dual Degree
in international events and competitions. that the institute’s teaching methods and opportunity in 2017-18 at FIT.

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As a leader of fashion education in India, thus providing an opportunity for creative offering customized training programmes
NIFT realizes the importance of its social innovation and experimentation at the grass and sharing design inputs, thereby enhancing
responsibilities and continues its endeavour root level. It is envisaged that the craft the commercial value of products being

to create grounded designers who are able exposure will help the NIFT students to manufactured by the artisans. Such exposure
to appreciate and promote the various crafts become ‘Young Change Agents’ and utilize and interactions provide a stronger rural
of India. NIFT has implemented a new Craft the skills of the handloom and handicraft connect and a greater understanding and
Cluster Initiative, which provides the students sectors for developing niche contemporary appreciation of Indian culture and aesthetics to
with continuous exposure to Indian culture and products. The experienced NIFT faculty will the young design professionals.
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At NIFT, we are proud of the dynamic and NIFT, the students undergo a metamorphosis participation of employer organisations. NIFT come to the campus for the placement
motivated students who are mentored and that unfolds their potential, develops skills and graduates carry the energy, creativity, skill, procedure.
supported to take on the challenges and stimulating intellectual growth. Their latent technical know-how and the legacy of their
opportunities that await them in the Industry. potential is honed by committed and skilled predecessors to merge as invaluable assets to Pre-Placement Offers (PPO): Companies can
The graduates of NIFT understand the faculty drawn from the academia and industry. the organisations that they are inducted into. extend a job offer to students before the
nuances of fashion business spanning art, craft, We are aware of the fact that fashion industry on-campus placement. Acceptance ofthe
technology and strategy and have acquired wants professionals having multi-skill sets and The National Institute of Fashion Technology has offer is considered as job placement. In
the skill sets that will make them adapt to the we have trained our students accordingly. a centralized placement process. Companies order to provide fair opportunity to all, such
growing needsof the industry. can employ students from any campus or course students are not allowed to participate in the
The Campus Placements provides a platform of the institute through two routes which are On Campus placement. These offers may be
Graduates of NIFT have been provided for the graduating students from various facilitated by the institute: madeon the basis of internships/ training/
cutting edge understanding through exposure disciplines of the two years post graduate, projects undertaken by the students in the said
to emerging challenges, developments, and four years undergraduate programmes to On Campus Placements: Companies can company.
techniques, technology and practice from all realise their professional dreams and ambitions register for campus placements. Upon being
over the world. During their programme at and thus requires the keen and sustained given a confirmed time and date, they may

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Student Development Programmes at all Students participate in wide range of activities ‘Fashion Spectrum’, the annual fest of the
NIFT campuses has been institutionalized through Student Development Activity Clubs institute provides a pulsating platform for
to encourage students to participate in viz., Cultural Club, Literary Club, Sports, students to showcase their talent in varied

& extra-curricular pursuits making their stay at

NIFT campus more holistic and complete.
Participation in these activities complements
Adventure & Photography (SAP) Club and
Ethics, Social Service & Environment (ESSE)
Club. Through the academic term, student
inter-collegiate and intra-collegiate activities
& events. To promote interaction across
campuses, the best of best from all campuses

Activities academic studies while providing ways to

socialize, relax and be revitalized to face day-
to-day challenges of student life.
clubs function in the activity hour called ‘zero
hour’ every Wednesday evening. Also, at
most NIFT campuses, a sports gymnasium is
compete at ‘Converge’, an annual centralised
cultural and sports event hosted by any one
NIFT Campus. The annual convocation of
available to students. graduating students is hosted by the Campus.

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As leading agents of change, NIFT Alumni are in shaping the future of fashion business. Alumni and their alma mater continues. NIFT
reconfiguring the institute’s constellation of Some of them are brands themselves. Others has the significant opportunity to benefit from
achievements and success stories. The alumni are excelling in the domain of entrepreneurial the network of its graduates. NIFT has always
are adding value in different work scenarios, dynamics. NIFT alumni are also actively taking valued this resource and has involved the
both in India and overseas. About 25,758 their knowledge to the grassroot levels, alumni in the future direction of the institute.
alumni are working with the industry in key working towards enhancement of the craft
decision making positions and are instrumental pockets of the country. The linkage between

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The vision of NIFT ensures that it has a physical environment
that reflects the institute’s academic ideals. The Institute
provides state-of-the-art infrastructure and equipment to impart
both theoretical and practical training to its students. The
facilities and services offered to the students allow them the
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Classrooms Labs & Workshops Video conferencing facilities are available for integrated approach to learning promotes
inter-campus communication. NIFT campuses interactivity, arriving at one creative language.
In the 21st century, information is the have fully Wi-Fi enabled setups offering access The Institute invests in the latest equipment to
Computer labs to secure Internet for the students and faculty. introduce the updated teaching practices to
most important resource and knowledge
management is the most crucial function in In this era of digital transformations, the This allows learning to move outside the the class set.
an organization. The Resource Centre (RC) in success of fashion professionals rests on their classroom where students can discuss, learn
ability to integrate fashion and information and grow. All academic programmes of NIFT
each NIFT Campus provides the necessary
technology in a meaningful way. The
Photography lab
infrastructure to collate and disseminate this offer IT applications as part of their curriculum.
information technology infrastructure is playing Photography lab includes the most advanced
critical input.In the 21st century, information is NIFT imparts teaching inputs in industry
a key role in providing an IT-enabled learning hardware used by domain experts. It is
the most important resource and knowledge specific CAD software for Apparel Design,
environment, with the objective of developing equipped with state-of-the-art suspended
management is the most crucial function in Textile Design, Graphic Design and Accessory
computer savvy, well-rounded professionals. Elinchrom lights and motorized backdrops,
an organization. The Resource Centre (RC) in Design programmes. Apart from the
All academic departments maintain computer various accessories like diffusing materials,
each NIFT Campus provides the necessary specialised industry specific software, IT inputs
labs thereby integrating IT with the academics. extensions & radio triggers, Manfrotto tilt-pan
infrastructure to collate and disseminate this for Animation, 2D/3D Modeling, Photo Imaging
The computer labs are well equipped with tripods etc. enhance the learning experience
critical input. and Editing, Enterprise Resource Planning,
state-of-the-art equipment like Macintosh work for students. The infrastructure provided not
Product Lifecycle Management, Production
stations, Desktops, Plotters, Digitizers, Image only helps students develop awareness of old
Planning and Scheduling; Statistical Analysis
Scanners, Wide Format Printers, Sound Mixers, and new photography practices but also assists
and Web Programmeming are integrated into
Digital Cameras, etc. All NIFT campuses are them in realising ambitious production based
the academic curriculum.The institute promotes
covered by the National Knowledge Network projects.
brilliance without boundaries. Students from
(NKN) with connecting speed of 100Mbps/1 different disciplines are encouraged to use
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Pattern making & draping labs Dyeing & printing labs Knitwear labs Accessory Design workshop
Course disciplines imparting inputs in apparel Most NIFT campuses are equipped with a The Department of Knitwear Design is Owing to a strong industrial approach,
design & apparel technology, maintain pattern Dyeing & Printing lab that is maintained by the equipped with state of the art machinery Accessory Design Department maintains a
making & draping labs. These labs are stocked Textile Design Department. The lab provides required to familiarize the student with industry state-of-the-art lab that houses machines
with specialised pattern making tables & a stimulating learning environment where set-ups. This includes specialised manual & equipment essential to material handling
dress forms. The infrastructure provides the students test their theoretical knowledge and computerized machines for seaming and techniques, model and prototype making.
an environment that allows the students to by gaining practical insight and exposure. finishing fine-gauge circular knit fabric as well Laser cutting machines and metal & wood
rigorously apply and contextualize concepts The infrastructure allows the students to as manual flat-knitting and linking machines lathes allow the students to integrate
and processes of realizing garments. These understand, appreciate and learn different facilitating an understanding of CAD. This theoretical knowledge with substantial practical
labs are the breeding ground for heightened dyeing and printing techniques. infrastructure provides the students with an learning.The lab provides a stimulating
creativity, unique approach and innovative opportunity to explore practically and develop workspace for students to acquire a holistic
perspectives in relation to garment making. design possibilities in their field. understanding of machinery and material.
Technology labs
NIFT realises the significance of the role of
Weaving labs Garment technology labs Leather Design labs
Technology in modern technical education.
Textile Design Department maintains a The technology labs not only support the Most NIFT campuses are equipped with The Department of Leather Design allows
weaving lab that is equipped with tabletop classroom teaching but also enhance academic specialised labs specific to garment students to gain hands on experience in
sample looms, offering an effective integration deliverance by providing practical insight to technology. RFID fitted lab, ETON system lab, processes and methods in relation to handling
of theoretical and practical inputs to students. the students. The Institute has developed well- patternmaking lab etc., provide a complete leather as a material. The department
The infrastructure provides a creative space stocked Technology labs at all campuses. learning environment to students creating a maintains a well-equipped lab that houses the
for students to arrive at a holistic approach pathway to unmatched career opportunities latest technology in sewing and finishing for
to enquiry and exploration from an individual in the apparel industry. The infrastructure leather apparel & accessories. Infrastructural
perspective in relation to materials, processes provides an ideal sensitisation to contemporary framework of machinery for cutting, sewing,
and methods within the domain of woven practices in apparel technology methods and fusing, engraving, embossing, skiving, etc.
structures. techniques. helps students develop an understanding
of practical knowhow to realise their design
potential to the fullest.

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Resource Centres Services
All RCs use e-Granthalaya, an integrated
In the 21st century, information is the multi-lingual library management software,
most important resource and knowledge developed by the National Informatics Centre
management is the most crucial function in (NIC) for collection management and offering
an organization. The Resource Centre (RC) in numerous proactive information services. The
each NIFT Campus provides the necessary significant features of the system include Union
infrastructure to collate and disseminate this catalogue, Web OPAC, Advanced search,
critical input. Article Index, Barcode based circulation and
Cloud Ready Application.
The Network of NIFT Resource Centres is
the only Fashion Information System in India Reference Services
serving the fashion professionals, would- Highly qualified professional staff offers
be professionals and fashion educators. reference service through online mode as well
Its integrated collection of print and non- as in print.
print materials is the only systematically
documented source of information available Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC)
in India for the study of international and RCs using multi-user version of the library
contemporary Indian fashion. The system is management software offer access to the
a decentralized network, partially automated catalogues of print and non-print collections
and is co-ordinated by the National Resource via both LAN and the Internet.
Centre (NRC) at NIFT, New Delhi. The
Resource Centres also provide information Bibliographic Service
services to the design community and the Subject bibliographies on topics relevant
industry. to the fashion industry are available online.
Bibliographies on any topic are also printed on
Collections demand.
Following are the highlights of the collections:
• The print collections include books and Indexing Service
periodicals pertaining to fashion studies and Online indexing service is an important
related disciplines. research tool for easy retrieval of journal
• A rich collection of e-books and other digital literature on fashion and related areas in the
resources including leading online databases NIFT library.
are available for reference.
• All RCs subscribe to leading international Current Awareness Service
fashion forecast services and journals on Lists of new additions to the collections
Fashion and Textiles. of books, audiovisuals and periodicals are
• The audio-visual materials in CDs and available online.
DVDs are primarily used as teaching aid. AV
collections pertain to history of costume and Circulation service
art; fashion illustration, garment manufacturing All RCs offer circulation services for selective
and design collections of NIFT graduates. collections of recommended reading materials.
• The reference collections of RCs comprise The bar-coded charging system ensures data
manuals, standards, reports, news clippings, accuracy and fast check-in and check-out at
trade catalogues from manufacturing the circulation counter.
industries and retailers; and other information
sources. Reprographic Service
• RCs showcase designer clothing and regional Selective reprographic services of
costumes of India. International collections photocopying and scanning are provided to
include costumes from different countries the users at all RCs.Thematic displays and
of the world and garments from leading exhibitions are organ ized occasionally.
multinational fashion houses. Selective design Digital Repositories Development
collections of the graduating students (now The Resource Centres are engaged in
well-known designers) are documented and developing digital repo sitories of institutional
inventoried in RCs. research and publications. Valuable print and
• The Textile collections in RCs have fully non-print collections are being converted
documented and methodically arranged into electronic format. The entire reference
collections of fabrics (displayed fabric and collections of graduation project reports,
region-wise), export fabrics and latest audio-visual materials, textiles and costumes
international fabrics procured from leading spread across the network of RCs are being
trend services. digitized into an interactive multimedia format.
• RCs also have collections of Fashion
Accessories and Findings containing all the
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Amphitheatres & NIFT aims at providing an exceptional
student experience. The institute promotes
academic inclusiveness but with an equal
Film nights, dance recitals, music shows, intra-
collegiate & inter-collegiate events are mostly
conducted in the amphitheatre. Emphasizing
Some NIFT campuses are equipped with
world-class hydraulic ramps that provide an
in-house infrastructural framework for fashion

Auditoriums focus on student development through co-

curricular opportunities. In most campuses,
on all round development of its students,
the institute houses state-of-the-art halls /
shows and other creative pursuits. The halls
/ auditoriums provide the venue for peer
the amphitheatre is the hub of all student auditoriums. and industry interaction through talk shows,
activity. Interesting architecture and high-end seminars, exhibition & display.
infrastructure allows students to indulge in a
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Student Facilities

Canteen Health Care & other

Most NIFT campuses are housed with a Medical aid is available on campus. Every NIFT
cafeteria that provides fresh, hygienic and Campus provides an infirmary/sickbay to its
healthy food at reasonable rates. The variety students. A doctor and nurse are available
of food available and a friendly atmosphere to attend to general medical concerns of the
makes the cafeteria an ideal place for students students. A psychologist is also available on
to relax and interact with their peers. Almost Campus to counsel students.
all cafeterias are Wi-Fi enabled, allowing the
students to utilize their free time to the fullest.
On-campus Counsellor
On-campus professional counsellor is available
Housing at all NIFT campuses.
NIFT facilitates residential accommodation
for girls at most campuses. The NIFT hostels
are run on a no profit/no loss basis. All the Against Ragging
hostel premises including the ones being run Ragging in educational institutions is strictly
by private enterprises are provided with round banned and any student indulging in ragging is
the clock professional security, a doctor on call liable to be punished appropriately, which may
and hostel warden(s). Recreation facilities like include expulsion from the institution.
television, some indoor and outdoor games
are also available in the hostels.

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Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,




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

1 Fashion Design (FD) 30 5 0 0 0 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3

2 Leather Design (LD) 30 5

3 Accessory Design (AD) 30 5 27 6 3 30 5 30 5 30 5

4 Textile Design (TD) 30 5 27 6 3 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3

5 Knitwear Design (KD) 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3

6 Fashion Communication (FC) 30 5 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3

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

7 Apparel Production (AP) 30 5 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3

Master Programmes

8 Master of Design (M.Des.) 30 5 27 6 3

9 Master of Fashion Management 30 5 27 6 3 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3


10 Master of Fashion Technology 25 4 25 4 25 4


Total 265 44 81 18 9 265 44 205 34 210 35 189 42 21

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

118 119

2019 7 8 9 10 11 12

Kolkata Mumbai New Delhi Patna Raebareli Shillong


(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC











State Domicile

State Domicile
Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign





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

1 Fashion Design (FD) 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3 30 5 27 6 3

2 Leather Design (LD) 30 5 30 5 30 5

3 Accessory Design (AD) 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3 30 5 27 6 3

4 Textile Design (TD) 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3

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

6 Fashion Communication (FC) 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3 30 5

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

7 Apparel Production (AP) 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3

Master Programmes

8 Master of Design (M.Des.) 30 5 30 5

9 Master of Fashion Management 30 5 30 5 30 5 27 6 3 30 5 27 6 3


10 Master of Fashion Technology 25 4


Total 240 40 240 40 295 49 162 36 18 150 25 81 18 9

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

120 121

2019 13 14 15 16 TOTAL

PROGRAMMES Kangra Jodhpur Bhubaneswar Srinagar Total Total Total G. Total

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC

(Open, SC, ST, OBC









State Domicile

State Domicile

State Domicile

State Domicile

State Domicile
Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

Open, SC, ST,

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

NRI, Foreign

G. Total




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

1 Fashion Design (FD) 27 6 3 27 6 3 27 6 3 19 11 5 421 47 63 531

2 Leather Design (LD) 120 0 20 140

3 Accessory Design (AD) 27 6 3 27 6 3 27 6 3 402 36 58 496

4 Textile Design (TD) 27 6 3 27 6 3 27 6 3 372 36 53 461

5 Knitwear Design (KD) 207 6 33 246

6 Fashion Communication (FC) 27 6 3 27 6 3 27 6 3 19 11 5 394 41 60 495

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

7 Apparel Production (AP) 27 6 3 27 6 3 27 6 3 345 30 50 425

Master Programmes

8 Master of Design (M.Des.) 117 6 18 141

9 Master of Fashion 27 6 3 27 6 3 402 36 58 496

Management (M.F.M)

10 Master of Fashion 100 0 16 116

Technology (M.F.Tech.)

Total 135 30 15 162 36 18 162 36 18 38 22 10 2880 238 429 3547

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

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• A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School

ADMISSION GUIDELINES 2019 Examination conducted by the National Open

School with a minimum of five subjects with
Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
1. Candidates appearing in the qualifying ex-
amination are also eligible to apply provided:
(a) That they produce a proof of having ac-
Admission Calendar- 2019 or quired the minimum prescribed qualifications
• Any Public School/Board/University Examina- at the time of counselling/ admission.
Online Registration 22nd October, 2018 tion in India or in foreign countries recognized or
Last date for Online Registration 28th December, 2018 by the Association of Indian Universities as (b) If the 12th class/final year/final semester (as
Last date for online registration with late fee of equivalent to 10+2 system with Physics, Chem- the case may be) result of qualifying degree/
Rs.5000/- (in addition to the applicable appli- istry and Mathematics. certificate examination is not declared by the
cation fee) through Credit/Debit Card only. In or concerned Board/ University till the date of
03rd January, 2019 • General Certificate Education (GCE) Exami- counselling/ admission, his/her admission in
case of Demand Draft, the print out of the ap-
plication alongwith DD should reach the given nation (London/Cambridge/Sri-Lanka) at the such case will be strictly provisional subject to
address before 03rd January, 2019 advanced (A) level with Physics, Chemistry and the following conditions:
Mathematics / International Baccalaureate (IB).
From 29th December, 2018 Saturday (12:00 (i) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of
Window to edit / update the Application Form hrs) till 03rd January, 2019 Thursday (16:00 Rs.10/- in the prescribed Proforma (Annexure–
FOR MASTERS Programmes
I) is submitted. In case the candidate is minor
(M.Des,M.F.M and M.FTech)
Admit Card (Online only) 10th January, 2019 i.e. below 18 years of age, the affidavit shall
be signed by his/ her parent/guardian. Candi-
Written Entrance Examination for all UG & PG Who can apply?
20th January, 2019 dates/parent/guardians may note that submis-
sion of false affidavit is a punishable offence;
Result of Written Entrance Examination February/March, 2019 Any candidate who fulfils the prescribed edu-
cational qualification criteria for the concerned
Last date for online registration for foreign na- (ii) Those candidates who are seeking provision-
30th April, 2019 Master’s programme can apply.
tionals/SAARC/NRIs al admission due to non declaration of their final
year/final semester/12th class (refer Annexure
Situation Test / Group Discussion / Interview April – May, 2019 1. Qualifying Age: No age limit
-I) will provide proof of having passed all papers
Declaration of Final Result (Online) End of May / June, 2019 in all the previous years /semesters of qualify-
2A Educational Qualification for Master’s Pro-
Counselling End of May /June 2019 Onwards ing degree examination (whichever relevant).
gramme in Design- M.Des (Master of Design)
• Undergraduate Degree in any discipline from
Note: Admit cards, Results and Counselling Schedule will be available on NIFT website only. (iii) The candidates will also bring the date sheet
any Institute / University recognized by law in
/admit card/ Principal’s certificate as proof of
having appeared in the qualifying exam.
FOR BACHELOR’S ProgrammeS School with a minimum of five subjects. or
(B.Des, B.FTech) or • Undergraduate Diploma of minimum three
• 3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or (iv) The candidate will submit the final result of
years duration from NIFT / NID.
a State Board of Technical Education. qualifying degree/certificate providing his/her
Who can apply? eligibility on or before 30th September, 2019
or Note: Master of Design (M.Des.) is an advanced
• Any Public School/Board/University Examina- to their Campus Director/Jt. Director where the
Any candidate who fulfils the prescribed age course that demands an understanding of fun-
tion in India or in foreign countries recognized admission has been granted.
and educational qualification criteria for the damentals in design and presupposes that can-
concerned programme can apply. by the Association of Indian Universities as didates would be familiar with the basic skills
equivalent to 10+2 system. (v) In case the candidate fails to submit his/her
and theories for successful completion of the
or final result of qualifying degree in the manner
1.Qualifying Age: programme. The course would not provide any
• General Certificate Education (GCE) Exami- prescribed above to prove his/her eligibility on
Maximum age should be 23 years as on 1st Oc- basic knowledge and skill development in de-
nation (London/Cambridge/Sri-Lanka) at the or before 30th September, 2019, whatsoever
tober, 2018. The upper age limit may be relaxed sign as a part of its Master’s programme.
Advanced (A) level/ International Baccalaureate the reason may be his/her admission will be
by a period of 5 (five) years for candidates of treated as null and void (cancelled) and entire
Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/ Person with (IB). 2.B Educational Qualification for Master’s Pro-
fee will be forfeited. Any exception will be as
Disability (PWD) categories gramme in Fashion Management- M.F.M (Mas-
per the decision of DG-NIFT, on a case to case
ter of Fashion Management)
2B. Educational qualification for Bachelor basis.
2A. Educational qualification for Bachelor of • Undergraduate Degree in any discipline from
Design (B.Des) Programmes of Fashion Technology (Apparel Production) any Institute / University recognized by law in
(B.FTech) Programme (vi) The Campus Director / Nodal officer will
(Fashion Design / Leather Design / Accessory India.
• The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pattern be responsible to ensure that the eligibility of
Design / Textile Design / Knitwear Design / or
of examination of any recognized Central/State all students meet prescribed qualification for
Fashion Communication) • Undergraduate Diploma of minimum three
Board of Secondary Examination, such as Cen- admission especially in the case of provisional
• The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pat- years duration from NIFT / NID.
tral Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, admission. The provisional admission will auto-
tern of examination of any recognized Central/ matically stand cancelled, if the candidate fails
State Board of Secondary Examination, such as and Council for Indian School of Certificate Ex- 2.C Educational Qualification for Master’s Pro-
amination, New Delhi with Physics, Chemistry to submit the successful result in time i.e. 30th
Central Board of Secondary Education / State gramme in Fashion Technology- M.FTech (Mas-
and Mathematics. September, 2019.
Board New Delhi, and Council for Indian School ter of Fashion Technology)
or (vii) In the case of candidates who have ap-
of Certificate Examination, New Delhi. • B.FTech. from National Institute of Fashion
• 3 or 4-years diploma in any branch of Engi- peared for Supplementary examination(s) in the
or Technology (NIFT)
neering recognized by AICTE or a State Board final semester/ final year of graduation and the
• A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School or
of Technical Education result of the same is not declared by the time of
Examination conducted by the National Open • B.E / B.Tech. from any Institute / University
or counselling/ admission, such candidates will be
recognized by law in India.

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considered for admission as per the provisions belong to the non-creamy layer. It is however recommended that the candidate The assessment is compulsory for all candi-
of para 1 (b) above, for the academic session arrange his/her own external assistant for this dates seeking reservation under this category.
2019-20. The certificate should be in favour of the can- purpose as this will ensure a better fit for indi- The Board in its proceedings will recommend
didate, issued not earlier than April 01, 2018. vidual needs. whether the candidate is capable or incapa-
(viii) In the case of candidates who have ap- Failure to produce an appropriate certificate ble for undertaking the particular programme/
peared for compartment examination(s) in the from a competent authority shall make the can- NIFT will assess the actual physical/ psycho- course applied for.
12th standard, such candidates will be consid- didate ineligible for counselling, and the appli- logical capability of a candidate selected for
ered only for provisional admission. He/she will cants will not be offered admission. Requests counselling of a particular programme as per A copy of such order will also be communicated
have to clear the compartment examination for provisional admission in such cases will not the specific requirements of that particular Pro- to the candidate in writing under acknowledge-
UNDER THE SAME BOARD, failing which the be entertained. gramme by a Board constituted at each campus ment informing him that he can make an appeal
provisional admission will stand automatically by the Campus Director. against the order, in which case the appeal will
cancelled and entire fee will be forfeited. To summarize: be referred to the Standing Board at Head Of-
a) The candidate should possess an OBC (Non- The three members Board will consist of a Med- fice (HO) whose recommendation will be final
2. Any candidate who has not appeared for the Creamy) certificate issued in the name of the ical Officer/Psychologist, a Faculty from the and no further representation will be accepted.
qualifying exam before the date of counselling/ candidate and not in favour of the respective concerned department (Design/ Technology/
admission to NIFT, will not be eligible. parent/guardian. Management) and an Administrative Officer. NIFT reserves the right to disqualify the can-
Candidates are advised to come prepared for didature in case of assessment of inability of
3. It is further clarified that provisional admis- b) The caste mentioned in the OBC (Non- such assessments at the time of counseling. the candidate to undertake a particular pro-
sion will be considered only in such cases where Creamy) certificate should find mention in the gramme.
the result of Final year/semester of the qualify- Central list of OBCs available at http:// ncbc. NIFT may utilize its laboratories/equipment/
ing degree has not been declared by the con- test materials for making such assessment of The table below indicates the type of assess-
cerned Board/ University in its totality. In case the physical/psychological capability of a can- ment that may be conducted by a Board of
the result has been declared by the concerned c) The OBC(Non-Creamy) certificate should didate for undertaking that Programme/ course NIFT for various categories of disability and
Board/ University but it has not been declared clearly mention that the candidate belongs to and may tailor such test for each individual sep- programmes to find if the Student would be in
in a specific case, for any reason, such cases will the non-creamy layer. arately as decided by the Board. a position to access mainstream curriculum:
NOT be considered under provisional admis-
sion category. d) The certificate must be issued by the Compe-
tent Authority.

RESERVATION OF SEATS e) In case of married women applying to any Pro- Criteria /Method Suitability
course under reserved category, she has to pro- gramme
The seats reserved for SC / ST / OBC/ Per- duce the caste certificate in her own name. Cer- Drawing/Sketching/
tificate in the name of husband/mother/father Able to select,
son With Disability (PWD)/ Foreign Nationals making models/ Colour No major
organize and in-
/ SAARC / NRI / State Domicile, in each pro- is not acceptable. sense locomotor
Minor Minor tegrate visual and
gramme are as under Visual disability
Design Operating Machines/ speech Hearing verbal information
3. Persons with Disability (PWD) Clarity in hands,
Computer Keyboard disability disability into a drawing or
Candidates applying under this category should legs, face &
manually/mobility model with aes-
SC 15% have Certificate of Disability issued as per sub-
ST 7.5% section (2)(a) of section 58 of The Rights of Per-
sons with Disabilities Act, 2016(49 of 2016) in General requirements: Adequate cognitive functions to access mainstream curriculum; no intellectual
OBC (NON-CREAMY) 27% impairments. Adaptive functioning showing mild deficit, in academic and/or communication skills but able
Form V, Form VI or Form VII as per rule 18(1) of to meet the requirements of curriculum and learning environment using assistive devices independently.
Person with Disability (PWD) 5%* the notification vide number G.S.R. 591(E)dated Good social interaction skills and emotional stability to be adaptive with large group learning setting and
15th June, 2017. The certificate should be is- do not have a challenging behavior that disturbs the education of other students.
*Horizontal reservation for Person with Dis- sued by a medical authority designated under
ability (PWD) (with 40% or more disability) sub-section (1) of section 57 of the act and rules
cutting across all sections i.e. SCs, STs, OBCs 17 (a) and (b) of G.S.R. 591(E).
Non-Creamy and General category. Campus
and programme will be allotted on rotation, at Such candidates are required to produce the
NIFT’s discretion original Certificate of Disability both at the time
of Counselling and at the time for Admission to Programme Criteria /Method Suitability
Requirements of each category are as follows: the Institute. Technology Operating Machines
manually / Computer
1. SC/ST Candidates It is mandatory for the candidate who is a Per- Keyboard manually/ Minor Minor No major locomotor
mobility Minor Hearing
Candidates applying under this reserved quota son with Disability to attend the Counselling for Visual speech disability in hands,
will have to produce a Caste/Tribe certificate evaluation. The course will be allotted to the Fashion Man- Operating Computer Clarity disability legs, face & neck
from the Competent Authority of the respec- candidates after assessing the capabilities of agement Keyboard manually/
tive States/Union Territories/ National Commis- the candidates. mobility
sion of Tribes. General requirements: Adequate cognitive functions to access mainstream curriculum; no intellectual
2. OBC (Non-Creamy) Candidates NIFT may consider applications from PWD can- impairments. Adaptive functioning showing mild deficit, in academic and/or communication skills but able
Candidates applying under this quota would didates for providing external assistance during to meet the requirements of curriculum and learning environment using assistive devices independently.
have to substantiate the caste and non-creamy assessment for selection, with the condition Good social interaction skills and emotional stability to be adaptive with large group learning setting and
layer requirement. Candidates applying under do not have a challenging behavior that disturbs the education of other students.
that the expenses for the same will be borne
this quota shall produce a caste certificate from fully by the candidate.
the Competent Authority certifying that they

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SEATS FOR FOREIGN NATIONAL/ Candidates may have appeared in multiple SAT seats subject to fulfilling the criteria, submission Candidates who are domicile of the States
SAARC/NRI AND DOMICILE CAT- /GMAT/GRE examinations prior to 30th April of necessary documents and fee during regular where the NIFT Campuses listed above are
2019. The highest score among these tests will counselling. located may opt for these preferential seats
EGORIES be taken into consideration for allotment of while filling the online application form. How-
seat. The GRE/ GMAT/SAT scores should not NIFT may re-allot seats between the pro- ever, they will be permitted to exercise choice
1. Foreign Nationals/ SAARC/NRIs have been declared before 1st January, 2017 grammes to meet the demand of the candi- to take admission under General/ST/SC/OBC
and should be received by the Institute (NIFT) dates, within the overall limit prescribed for this category (as applicable) to any other campus of
Foreign Nationals (whether residing in India latest by 30th April, 2019. category. their choice as per their merit ranking.
or abroad) and Non Resident Indians, who are PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING UNDER THE
citizens of India holding an Indian passport and FOREIGN NATIONAL/SAARC/ NRI CATEGO- Fee Payment: Reservation of SCs/STs/OBCs (non creamy lay-
have temporarily immigrated to another coun- RY: Once selected under this category, candidates er) candidates, shall be applicable for the domi-
try for six months or more for work, residence shall pay the fee at the time of admission for the cile seats also.
or any other purpose and who meet eligibility Those seeking admission under this category first academic year consisting of two semesters.
and admission requirements of NIFT can also have to apply online at website They would also need to obtain a valid residen- HOW TO APPLY : SUBMISSION OF
apply for admission. or . tial permit or student visa for the prescribed APPLICATION FORM
The selection of eligible candidates of this cat- The last date for applying under this category duration of the programme. (for all candidates other than the foreign nation-
egory for admission in NIFT will be based on is 30th April 2019. al/SAARC/NRI category)
their SAT/GMAT/GRE scores, and not on the 2. State Domicile Category Candidates can apply online at
basis of the Entrance examination. The avail- Candidates applying for Bachelor Programmes or
ability of seats for this category is as follows: of NIFT should arrange to send SAT scores di- How is domicile category determined? Guidelines for applying online may be referred
• 5 (supernumerary) seats each at NIFT Cam- rectly from College Board to NIFT H.O. New The candidate would be determined to be the for the purpose. The prospectus is available at
puses Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Delhi. SAT scores have to be submitted through domicile of that State within which the candi- NIFT website free of cost. The
Chennai, Hyderabad, Gandhinagar, Raebareli & College Board to NIFT before 30th April, 2019. date has completed his/her class 12th examina- application fee has to be paid through online
Srinagar (J&K). The Designated Institution (DI) Code is 7258. tion/graduation/qualifying degree. payment gateway or through Bank Demand
• 3 (supernumerary) seats each at Bhopal, Bhu- Draft issued in favour of “NIFT HO” payable at
baneswar, Jodhpur, Kangra, Kannur, Patna and The Campus and Programme will be allotted to A certificate from the concerned school/college New Delhi.
Shillong. the successful candidates based on SAT/GMAT/ is to be obtained. In case the candidate ob-
GRE score as well as the preference of the can- tained the qualifying certificate/degree through • Non-Refundable Fee for General/OBC (Non-
1. Qualifying Age didate. Distance Learning mode, the address of the Creamy) Category: Rs.2000/- through payment
For UG programmes: Maximumm age should school attended by the candidate regularly will gateway or Demand Draft.
be 23 years as on 1st October, 2018. The up- Candidates at the time of registration for SAT determine his/her domicile status.
per age limit may be relaxed by a period of 5 should indicate DI code: 7258 for sending their • Non-Refundable Fee for SC/ ST/ PWD Cat-
(five) years for candidates of Scheduled Caste/ scores to NIFT Head Office, New Delhi. Seat availability under the State Domicile Cat- egory : Rs.1000/- through payment gateway or
Scheduled Tribe/ Person with Disability (PWD) egory Demand Draft.
categories Candidates applying for Master Programmes Seats will be offered for admission as State
For PG programmes: No age limit i.e. Master of Fashion Management (MFM), Domicile Preferential Seats to candidates who Mode of Payment of application fee: Credit
should arrange to send GMAT test scores while belong to the 8 States where the following Cards/Debit Cards and Demand Draft
2. Academic Eligibility those applying for Master of Design (M.Des.) NIFT campuses are located:
All candidates must satisfy the required aca- and Master of Fashion Technology (M.FTech.) (A) Credit Cards /Debit Cards
demic qualifications listed for the concerned should arrange to send GRE test scores directly Payments of application fee (Rs.2000/- or
course. In case the Degree/certificate has been to NIFT H.O. Delhi. The candidates must des- S.No. NIFT Campus State Rs.1000/-) can be made through credit cards/
obtained from a University /Board of any other ignate NIFT Programmes as choice in the GRE/ 1 Patna Bihar debit cards as explained above. The bank and/
country then an equivalence certificate must be GMAT/SAT. or transaction charges on the application fee
2 Kangra Himachal Pradesh
obtained from the Association of Indian Univer- will be borne by the candidate. Candidates are
sities (AIU) New Delhi (website: www.aiuweb. Candidates seeking admission under this cate- 3 Kannur Kerala advised to apply on time.
org) prior to admission. gory should apply in the prescribed Application 4 Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
Foreign nationals applying to NIFT must pos- Form online. (B) Demand Draft
sess working knowledge of the English lan- 5 Shillong Meghalaya
Payment of application fee (Rs 2000/-in case
guage. The candidates who fulfill the admission crite- 6 Bhubaneswar Odisha of GEN/OBC (Non-Creamy) candidates and
ria specified for the category may apply on- 7 Jodhpur Rajasthan Rs 1000/- in case of SC/ST/PWD- candidates)
The Programme and Campus will be allotted on line with requisite application fee of US$125 can be made through Bank Demand Draft as
the basis of merit list drawn as per the scores through the Online NIFT Payment gateway. 8 Srinagar* Jammu and Kashmir explained above. The Demand Draft should be
obtained by the candidates in the following ex- issued in favour of “NIFT HO”, payable at New
aminations: CHILDREN AND WARDS OF NRI 6 seats will be available in each campus (except Delhi. The details of the Demand Draft are to
NRI seats being supernumerary, will not be con- Srinagar), of which 3 will be supernumerary. Any be filled in the online application form.
verted to any other category. However, seats supernumerary seats which remain unfilled will Candidates are advised to check the following
Bachelor’s Programme lapse, and will not be converted into any other
SAT Score remaining unfilled in the NRI category after the details carefully before sending the Demand
(B.Des & B.FTech) category.
process described above will be offered to the Draft
Master’s Programme children/wards of NRI as per merit during coun- • DD made in favour of “NIFT HO”,
GMAT Score *In the case of the NIFT Srinagar campus (J&K),
(M.F.M) selling. • Amount of Demand Draft as applicable i.e.
All the candidates having Common Merit Rank 11 seats will be offered for admission as State Rs 2000/- in case of GEN/OBC (Non-Creamy)
(CMR) in the NIFT Entrance Examination and Domicile Preferential Seats to the domicile can- candidates and Rs.1000/- in case of SC/ST/PWD
Master’s Programme
(M.Des & M.FTech)
GRE Score
falling under the category “Children/Wards of didates of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). These candidates
NRI” will be given an opportunity to opt for NRI seats are non-controvertible into any other cat-

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• Name, Date, Amount & Signature of the issu- THE EXAMINATION PROCESS (for all examination on 20th January 2019. No request SCHEDULE
ing authority on the Demand Draft. programmes) for change in examination center will be enter- Date of Written Examination for all UG and PG
Candidates applying through Demand Draft are tained at any stage. Programmes: 20st January, 2019
required to send the printout of the Application All eligible candidates would have to go through
Form, duly completed in all respects, along with an examination process. The process for each No Campuses No Campuses Programmes Test Test Timings
Demand Draft on the following address: programme is separately listed below: 1 Ahmedabad 17 Kannur (Kerala) Bachelor of CAT 10.00 am to 01.00
Project Manager 2 Bengaluru 18 Kolkata Design pm
All India Management Association Manage- For candidates to the UG Design programmes, GAT 02.30 pm to 04.30
3 Bhopal 19 Lucknow
ment House, the selection process comprises a written ex- pm
14, Institutional Area, 4 Bhubaneswar 20 Madurai
amination comprising of a Creative Ability Test Master of CAT 10.00 am to 01.00
Lodhi Road, New Delhi - 110003 (CAT) and General Ability Test (GAT), followed 5 Chandigarh 21 Mumbai Design pm
by a situation test to be undertaken by short- 6 Chennai 22 Nagpur
The duly filled form should reach the above ad- GAT 02.30 pm to 04.30
listed candidates of the written examination.
dress on time. Incomplete forms or forms re- 7 Cochin 23 Patna pm
ceived late will not be accepted. The Institute B.FTech 8 Coimbatore 24 Pune Bachelor of GAT 10.00 am to 01.00
does not take any responsibility for delay or loss For candidates to the UG Fashion Technology Fashion pm
of forms or correspondence in postal transit or 9 Dehradun 25 Raipur
programme, the selection process comprises Technology
by courier. Candidates are advised to keep the a written examination comprising of a General 10 Delhi 26 Ranchi
copy of printout and Demand Draft for future Master of GAT 10.00 am to 01.00
Ability Test (GAT). 11 Guwahati 27 Surat Fashion pm
12 Hyderabad 28 Udaipur Technology
Candidates are advised to keep a print out/ For candidates to the PG Design programme, 13 Jaipur 29 Vadodara Master of GAT 10.00 am to 01.00
photocopy of Application Form for further ref- the selection process comprises a written ex- Fashion pm
14 Jammu 30 Vishakhapatnam
erence along with proof of payment. amination comprising of a Creative Ability Test Management
15 Jodhpur 31 Shillong
(CAT) and General Ability Test (GAT) followed
Window to edit/ update Application Form by Group Discussion and Personal Interview 16 Kangra 32 Srinagar (J&K) The result of the entrance examination will be
Prior to making the payment candidate can (GD/PI) for shortlisted candidates of the writ- displayed on the NIFT website.
edit/amend the information in the online ap- ten examination. Please note that NIFT reserves the right to can-
plication. Once the payment has been made On the basis of result of written test GAT
cel any of the Examination Centres mentioned.
by the candidate he/she will not be allowed to M.F.M. and CAT, shortlisted B.Des candidates will be
In such a case, an alternate centre, which is loca-
change/modify any information by the system. For the M.F.M programme, the selection pro- called for second test called Situation Test. For
tionally and administratively convenient, will be
cess comprises of Written test comprising of a B.F.Tech. candidates, GAT will be the final test
allotted. Candidates may e-mail: nift@applyad-
However, candidates will be given an oppor- General Ability Test (GAT) followed by Group for selection. or for related
tunity to review and correct their personal in- Discussion and Personal Interview (GD/PI) for The candidates for M.Des will take GAT and
formation (changing the City of Examination shortlisted candidates of the written examina- CAT. On the basis of the result of GAT and CAT,
is not permitted) in the application form 29th tion. in the case of M.Des. and GAT in the case of
December, 2018 Saturday (12:00 hrs) till 03rd M.F.Tech and MFM, candidates will be called for
Entry to the Examination Centre will be allowed
January, 2019 Thursday (16:00 hrs). M.FTech Group Discussion/Personal Interview (GD/PI).
with admit cards only.
For the M.F.M programme, the selection pro-
- Application fee already paid will not be refund- cess comprises of Written test comprising of a Important:
On the basis of information given in the NIFT
ed in case the application is found not eligible General Ability Test (GAT) followed by Group Candidates applying for the examination should
Application Forms, Admit Cards of provisionally
for admissions to NIFT after editing / updating Discussion and Personal Interview (GD/PI) for ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility criteria
eligible candidates will be available for down-
of the application form. shortlisted candidates of the written examina- for admission.
load from or https://admission.
tion. net/nift2019 from 10th January, 2019 onwards.
- It is the sole responsibility of the candidate Their admission at all the stages of the exami-
Admit cards will not be sent by post. Candi-
to provide correct information during the ap- nation viz. Written Test, Situation Test, Group
plication process. At any stage if it is found that
THE WRITTEN EXAMINATION (for all dates are advised to regularly check NIFT web-
Discussion and Interview (as the case may be)
programmes) site for updates.
the information provided by the candidate is will be provisional, subject to their satisfying
not true, NIFT has the right to cancel his/her the prescribed eligibility criteria. During veri-
Based on their choice of city, all eligible can- Note: Admit Cards, Results and Counselling
candidature. Any direct or indirect attempt to fication at any time before or after the Written
didates will have to appear for the written en- Schedule will be available on NIFT’s website
influence the management and employees of Test, Situation Test, Group Discussion and Inter-
trance examination at the Examination Centres only. No separate communication will be sent
the institute will lead to automatic disqualifica- view (as the case may be), if it is found that can-
opted by them. by post.
tion of the candidate. didate does not fulfill the eligibility criteria, his/
After closing the window to edit the application The written entrance examination is designed her candidature for the examination / admission
to test the knowledge, skill and aptitude of the EXAMINATION CENTRE
form / registration category filled up in the ap- shall stand cancelled without any notice or fur-
candidates for the programme opted. Candidates should reach the examination cen-
plication form will not be changed at any stage. ther reference.
tre at least 60 minutes before the commence-
Therefore, candidates/guardians are advised to NIFT shall not be liable for any consequences
LIST OF EXAMINATION CENTRES ment of the examination. Mobiles and other
fill-up the application form with due diligence. on account of such cancellations.
A Paper Based Test (PBT) for all UG and PG Pro- infotech gadgets are not allowed inside the Ex-
grammes will be conducted on 20th January amination Centre.
Test Weightages
2019 at 32 cities. Candidates found with mobile or other infotech
The weightage assigned to each test in the final
gadgets will be asked to leave the examination
merit list of the entrance examination will be as
The candidate may select only ONE city for the centre and shall be disqualified.

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ProgrammeS Test Weightage M.F Tech will also have some questions from construction skill, finesse of the model and
the engineering field. overall presentation etc. These parameters will
CAT 50% The number of questions may vary in each sec- be checked with the write up explaining the
Bachelor of Design GAT 30% tion and for each course year to year. The level concept behind the model constructed. Since
Situation Test 20% of difficulty in questions for all courses may vary. the medium of instruction in NIFT is English,
the write-up will be in English. No marks will be
CAT 40%
Components of the General Ability Test (for all given for write-up in any other language.
Master of Design GAT 30% programmes)
GD/PI 30% The use of outside/additional material in mak-
1) Quantitative Ability: This sub-test is designed ing the model/design is not permitted. Also,
Bachelor of Fashion Technology GAT 100%
to test the quantitative ability of the candidates. candidates who try to disclose their identity by
GAT 70% The sub test consists of questions on Addition, writing any personal details or place any iden-
Master of Fashion Technology
GD/PI 30% Multiplication, Division, Fractions, Percentage, tification mark on the model/ design/write-up
GAT 70% Rate of Interest, Work and Task, Ratio and Pro- shall be considered “DISQUALIFIED” and the
Master of Fashion Management
portion, and Distance. final result of these candidates shall not be de-
GD/PI 30% clared.
In case of equal scores of two candidates, the older candidate (as per date of birth) will be given 2) Communication Ability and English Com-
preference. prehension: This sub-test is aimed at testing The evaluation of the test will be done by the
the language ability of the candidates in day Jury on the spot. The model will not be pre-
COMPONENTS OF THE WRITTEN EXAMINATION to day communication in English. It includes served for future reference.
questions on synonyms, antonyms, words with
WRITTEN EXAMINATION STRUCTURE (FOR ALL UG AND PG DESIGN ProgrammeS) corresponding meanings, singular, plural, one
1. General Ability Test (GAT)
word substitutes, idioms and phrases, correct
Programme BDES MDES spellings, comprehend a situation from a given
passage etc. PG ProgrammeS
LANGUAGE OF WRITTEN TEST English/Hindi English/Hindi
3) Analytical Ability and Logical Ability: This sub- Shortlisted candidates for Masters Programmes
TEST DURATION (MIN) 120 120 test is designed to test the candidate’s capacity from the written entrance examination are re-
for inference and logic from the given informa- quired to undergo Case Study based Group
Sections No. of Questions No. of Questions
tion and to evaluate the candidate’s ability to Discussions (GD) and Personal Interview (PI).
Quantitative Ability 20 20 GD would comprise approximately 15 to 20
identify the given problem and apply reasoning
Communication Ability 25 30 in solving the core issues of the problem. Con- minutes of discussion on a case study assigned,
cepts and practice of creative and lateral think- on which a panel of experts will assess the can-
English Comprehension 25 30
ing are likely to be useful. didates on various parameters including:
Analytical Ability 15 25
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 15 15 4) General Knowledge and Current Affairs: This 1) Conceptual clarity
TOTAL 100 120 sub-test is designed to test the candidate’s 2) Knowledge of the topic assigned
general knowledge and current affairs. 3) Contribution made to the topic
The number of questions may vary in each section and for each course year to year. The level of 4) Interpersonal skills
difficulty in questions for courses may vary. 5) Ability to generate new ideas
2. CREATIVE ABILITY TEST (CAT): 5) Case Study: This sub-test is based on a situ-
ation of an industry environment. It helps to 6) Problem solving approach
This test is administered for both UG and PG Design Programmes to judge the intuitive ability,
evaluate the candidate’s managerial ability. 7) Leadership qualities
power of observation in concept development and design ability of the candidate. An important 8) Effective communication
aspect of the test is the creative and innovative use of colour and illustration skills.
Short listed candidates from the written en-
OGY AND FOR MASTER OF FASHION MANAGEMENT) uation test/Group Discussion (GD) / Interview
as applicable (except B.FTech). Candidates shall be evaluated on the various
parameters as listed below by a panel, in the
Programme BFTECH MFTECH MFM Personal Interview:
Paper Name GAT GAT GAT 1) Career orientation
ProgrammeS 2) Aptness for the course
Language Of Written Test English/Hindi English/Hindi English/Hindi
3) Overall personal achievements in academics
Test Duration(Min) 180 180 180 Shortlisted candidates for B.Des from the writ-
and co-curricular activities
ten entrance examination are required to take a
Sections No. of No. of No. of 4) Communication
Questions Questions Questions Situation Test which is a hands-on test to evalu-
5) General awareness and aptitude, creative
ate the candidate’s skills for material handling
Quantitative Ability 30 30 10 and lateral thinking
and innovative ability on a given situation with
Communication Ability & English 45 45 50 a given set of materials.
Analytical & Logical Ability 25 25 25 No additional material will be provided / al- CANDIDATES
General Knowledge And Current 25 25 25
The details of counselling of successful candi-
The model will be evaluated on space visualiza- dates of the examination process viz. the mode,
Case Study 25 25 40 tion, innovative and creative use of given mate- dates and procedure will be available on the
Total 150 150 150 rial, composition of elements, colour scheme, website in the month of May / June 2019. Can-

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didates are advised to regularly check the NIFT Note: - valid only for the academic session 2019-20. NIFT WEBSITE. NIFT SHALL NOT BE RESPON-
website for further information. In case any of the above document(s) is/are in SIBLE FOR ANY MISINTERPRETATION OR
any language other than Hindi/ English, then NOTE : All admissions shall be completed on LACK OF AWARENESS ON THE PART OF THE
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR as the authentic translation in English/Hindi or before the last date decided by the Director CANDIDATE.
should be produced duly verified by the issu- General, NIFT.
ing institution/ gazetted officer / Self attested Withdrawal of Admission after admission and
(original and photocopy) by the candidate at POINTS TO BE NOTED: refund of fee:
The following documents along with the pho-
the time of Counselling /Admission. Failure on • NIFT does not recommend or endorse any
tocopies shall be required for Admission after
the part of candidate to produce the requisite coaching classes. (i)A candidate, who has taken admission once
qualifying the entrance examination. The origi-
authentic translation may result in refusal of ad- • NIFT reserves the right to add or discontinue and then withdraws, will not be considered for
nal certificates, except the medical certificate,
mission. any programme at any Campus admission during subsequent rounds of coun-
will be returned to the candidate after verifica-
• Any attempt to influence the admission pro- selling.
CANCELLATION OF ADMISSION cess by way of recommendation will invite im-
mediate disqualification of the candidate (s). (ii) In case the candidate is seeking refund be-
(i) Original certificates of qualifying examination
(i) The mere fact of qualifying the entrance ex- fore commencement of academic session, the
i.e. 12th class/degree (marks Sheet and Certifi-
amination shall not, ipso facto, entitle a candi- • Requests for rechecking of GAT or CAT will be request for withdrawal of admission in the pre-
date for admission to a programme; restricted to checking of following: scribed proforma (Annexure-III) may be submit-
In case of admission to PG courses, the candi-
Whether all the answers have been evaluated ted to the Director of the Campus where the
dates will also be required to bring the original
(ii) If NIFT is not satisfied with character, past Mistake in the totaling of marks candidate attended the counselling.
certificate (Mark Sheet and Certificate) of the
behavior or antecedents of a candidate, it can After commencement of the academic session,
qualifying degree examination. In case the can-
refuse to admit him/her to any course of study Any requests sent without a scanned copy of refund request may be submitted to the Direc-
didate has appeared in final semester/ final year
at any Campus or cancel the admission at a the Admit Card will not be entertained. tor of the Campus allotted to the candidate.
(as applicable) then he/she will have to bring
later stage. The candidates will be required to surrender
the original mark sheet of all the previous se-
NOTE: the original Admission Receipt issued at the
(iii) If at any stage it is found that a candidate ALL INFORMATION REGARDING THE ADMIS- time of Counseling/Admission while applying
has got admission in any Campus /Programme SION PROCESS WILL BE AVAILABLE ONLY ON for withdrawal of admission. Requests for with-
(ii) In case the candidate has appeared for quali-
on the basis of false information, or by hiding THE NIFT WEBSITE. CANDIDATES APPLYING drawal of admission would not be entertained
fying exam/compartment (of final year/semes-
relevant facts or if it is found that admission TO NIFT SHALL BE DEEMED TO HAVE COM- without original admission receipt.
ter) and the result is due, the date sheet /admit
was given due to any mistake or oversight, the PLETE UNDERSTANDING OF THE ELIGIBILTY (iii) The refund against withdrawal of seat will be
card for examination has to be brought.
admission granted to such candidate shall be AND THE PROCESS AS DISCLOSED ON THE governed as under:
(iii) Bank Draft(s) of requisite fee in favour of liable to be cancelled forthwith without any no-
“NIFT HO” has to be bought. The name of the tice at any time during the course of his/ her
candidate, date of counselling, phone/ mobile studies by the DG-NIFT and fee deposited by Time Amount refunded NRI /SAARC/Foreign Na-
no., name of the programme, Category, Rank the candidate will be forfeited. tional
and Roll Number are to be mentioned at the Candidates
back of Bank Draft(s). (iv) If a candidate does not report to the allot- 1 On or before 17th July
ted / re-allotted NIFT campus within 7 days of Foreign National
(iv) Proof of date of birth (Secondary School commencement of the session, the admission Full fee except 50% tuition
Mark Sheet & Certificate) (Original and Photo- of the candidate will stand cancelled without 2 After 17th July 2019 but fee and Registration fee
Full fee except 50% tuition
copy). any intimation and the tuition fee paid shall be before the date of start of
fee and Registration fee
forfeited. last round of counseling
(v) SC/ST/OBC - Non-Creamy/PWD (supported 3 On or after the date of
with requisite Certificate). For State Domicile (v) The Director General may cancel the admis- start of last round of coun- Only Security deposit
seats the status of domicile will be decided by sion of any student for specific reason or debar seling*
the address of school / college (qualifying de- him/her for a certain period.
gree) last attended, whichever applicable. *Date of start of last round of counseling will be published on the NIFT website
(vi) It will be the sole responsibility of the can-
(vi) Basis of funding of the tuition fee/ certificate didate to make sure that they are eligible and PLEASE NOTE:
of the parents income e.g Income Tax Return of fulfill all the conditions prescribed for admis-
2018-19, Salary Certificate of March’2019 etc. sion. Before issue of admission receipt at the • No representation at later stage will be entertained by the Institute. No further correspond-
time of allotment of seats, candidates should ence in this regard will be made under any circumstances.
(vii) Certificate of Medical Fitness to be signed ensure that he/she fulfills all eligibility criteria as
by a Registered Medical Practitioner in the pre- laid down in Admission brochure. If it is found • Annexures referred above are available on NIFT website
scribed format in original. at any stage during the entire period of the
(viii) Affidavit on non-judicial stamp paper of programme that the candidate does not fulfill
Rs.10/- for seeking provisional admission only the requisite eligibility conditions, his/her ad-
in case, the result of qualifying examination is mission will be cancelled and entire fee will be
yet to be declared (in the format at Annexure-I). forfeited;

(ix) An undertaking regarding Anti-Ragging (vii) The merit ranking will be valid only for the
(Annexure-II) programme/ category for which the candidate
has appeared and cannot be utilized for admis-
(x) An undertaking regarding refund of fee (An- sion to any other programme/ category. Fur-
nexure-IV) ther, the merit ranking of the candidate shall be

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FEE Structure (for new students admitted during the year 2019-20) FEE Structure (for new students admitted during the year 2019-20)

Academic Fee Semester Wise For Non-NRI Category (In Rupees) Academic Fee Semester Wise For Non-NRI Category (In Rupees)
2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23
Sem 1 Sem 2 Sem 3 Sem 4 Sem 5 Sem 6 Sem 7 Sem 8
TUITION FEE ( NON REFUNDABLE) 112450 112450 123700 123700 TUITION FEE ( NON REFUNDABLE) 136100 136100 149700 149700
LIBRARY FEE (PER YEAR) (NON RE- 7400 0 8100 0 LIBRARY FEE (PER YEAR) (NON RE- 8900 0 9800 0
EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 3700 0 4000 0 EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 4500 0 4900 0
TOTAL 127250 112450 139800 123700 TOTAL 154000 136100 169300 149700
TOTAL 18700 0 0 0 TOTAL 0 0 4600 0
TOTAL 145950 112450 139800 123700 TOTAL 154000 136100 173900 149700
Academic Fee Annually for NRI (Per year - consisting of two semesters) (In Rupees) Academic Fee Annually for NRI (Per year - consisting of two semesters) (In Rupees)
2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23
EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 3700 4000 EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 4500 4900
TOTAL 783500 822700 TOTAL 860200 946100
TOTAL 18700 0 TOTAL 0 4600

TOTAL 802200 822700 TOTAL 860200 950700

Note: Note:
1. NIFT reserves the right to revise the above mentioned fees for any academic year. 1. NIFT reserves the right to revise the above mentioned fees for any academic year.
2. For students admitted to two year masters course, the fee has to be paid only for two years i.e 2. For students admitted to two year masters course, the fee has to be paid only for two years i.e
2019-20 & 2020-21. 2019-20 & 2020-21.
* For PG Students, it will be in 3rd Semester * For PG Students, it will be in 3rd Semester
3. One time payments for NRI Candidates have been kept at par with the Non-NRI Candidates. 3. One time payments for NRI Candidates have been kept at par with the Non-NRI Candidates.

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FEE Structure (for new students admitted during the year 2019-20) FEE Structure (for new students admitted during the year 2019-20)

Academic Fee Semester Wise For Non-NRI Category (In Rupees) Academic Fee Semester Wise For Non-NRI Category (In Rupees)
2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23
Sem 1 Sem 2 Sem 3 Sem 4 Sem 5 Sem 6 Sem 7 Sem 8
TUITION FEE ( NON REFUNDABLE) 112450 112450 123700 123700 TUITION FEE ( NON REFUNDABLE) 136100 136100 149700 149700
LIBRARY FEE (PER YEAR) (NON 7400 0 8100 0 LIBRARY FEE (PER YEAR) (NON 8900 0 9800 0
EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 3700 0 4000 0 EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 4500 0 4900 0
TOTAL 127250 112450 139800 123700 TOTAL 154000 136100 169300 149700
TOTAL 18700 0 0 0 TOTAL 0 0 4600 0
TOTAL 145950 112450 139800 123700 TOTAL 154000 136100 173900 149700
Academic Fee Annually for NRI (Per year - consisting of two semesters) (In Rupees) Academic Fee Annually for NRI (Per year - consisting of two semesters) (In Rupees)
2019-20 2020-21 2021-22 2022-23
EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 3700 4000 EXAM FEE (PER YEAR) 4500 4900
TOTAL 549560 577090 TOTAL 603490 663740
TOTAL 18700 0 TOTAL 0 4600
TOTAL 568260 577090 TOTAL 603490 668340

Note: Note:
1. NIFT reserves the right to revise the above mentioned fees for any academic year. 1. NIFT reserves the right to revise the above mentioned fees for any academic year.
2. For students admitted to two year masters course, the fee has to be paid only for two years i.e 2. For students admitted to two year masters course, the fee has to be paid only for two years i.e
2019-20 & 2020-21. 2019-20 & 2020-21.
* For PG Students, it will be in 3rd Semester * For PG Students, it will be in 3rd Semester
3. One time payments for NRI Candidates have been kept at par with the Non-NRI Candidates. 3. One time payments for NRI Candidates have been kept at par with the Non-NRI Candidates.

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@ jkT; cksMZ] ubZ fnYyh] vkSj bafM;u Ldwy v‚Q lfVZfQdsV ijh{kk ifj”kn] ubZ fnYyh ls ijh{kk 1. ;ksX;rk ijh{kk esa mifLFkr gq, mEehnokj Hkh
ds 10$2 iSVuZ esa $2 Lrj dh ijh{kkA dkSu vkosnu dj ldrk gS\ vkosnu djus ds fy, ik= gSa] c’krsZ%
• de ls de ikap fo”k;ksa ls jk”Vªh; eqä fo|ky; }kjk vk;ksftr ofj”B ek/;fed fo|ky; dksbZ Hkh mEehnokj tks lacaf/kr dk;ZØe gsrq ¼d½ fd os ijke’kZ@ços’k ds le; U;wure fu/
ijh{kk esa ikl xzsMA fu/kkZfjr vk;q vkSj ‘kSf{kd ;ksX;rk ekunaMksa kkZfjr ;ksX;rk gkfly djus dk çek.k çLrqr

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djrs gSaA lQy ifj.kke tek djus esa foQy jgrk gS] * *fodykax O;fä ¼ihMCY;wMh½ ¼40 Áfr’kr ;k fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
vFkok rks 30 flracj, 2019 dks vLFkk;h ços’k Lo;a vf/kd fodykaxrk ds okys½ ds fy, {kSfrt ³½ vkjf{kr ds rgr fdlh Hkh ikBîØe
¼[k½ ;fn 12oha d{kk@vafre o”kZ@vafre lsesLVj jí ekuk tk,xkA vkj{k.k ¼lHkh oxksaZ esa dVkSrh] vFkkZr vtk esa vkosnu djus okyh fookfgr efgykvksa ds
¼tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks½ ;ksX;rk fMxzh@ç (SCs)] vttk (STs)] vfio ukWu&Øhehys;j ekeys esa] mUgsa tkfr çek.k i= vius uke ij
ijh{kk dk ifj.kke] lacaf/kr cksMZ@fo’ofo|ky; ¼vii½ ;fn Lukrd Lrj ds vafre lsesLVj@ OBC (Non-Creamy) vkSj lkekU; Js.khA ÁLrqr gksxkA ifr@ekrk@firk ds uke ij Áek.
}kjk ijke’kZ@ços’k dh rkjh[k rd ?kksf”kr ugha vafre o”kZ esa vuqiwjd ijh{kk ¼vksa½ ds fy, ,uvkbZ,QVh ds foosd ij] dSail vkSj dk;ZØe ki= Lohdk;Z ugha gSA
fd;k tkrk gS] rks bl rjg ds ekeys esa mudk mifLFkr mEehnokjksa ds ekeys esa] vkSj blds jksVs’ku ds vk/kkj ij vkoafVr fd;k tk,xkA
ços’k fuEufyf[kr ‘krksaZ ds v/khu vfuok;Z ifj.kke ijke’kZ@ços’k ds le; ?kksf”kr ugha 3- fodykax O;fDr ¼ihMCY;wMh½
rkSj ij vLFkk;h gksxk% fd;k tkrk gS] rks ,sls mEehnokjksa dks mijksä ÁR;sd gsrq vko’;drk,a fuEukuqlkj gSa%
iSjk 1 ¼ch½ ds çko/kkuksa ds vuqlkj ‘kSf{kd bl ds rgr vkosnu djus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa
¼i½ fu/kkZfjr çksQkekZ ¼vuqyXud&1½ esa #- l= 2019&20 ds fy, ços’k ij fopkj fd;k 1- vuqlwfpr tkfr @ vuqlwfpr tutkfr esa fodykaxrk ç vf/kfu;e] 2016 ¼o”kZ
10@& ds xSj&U;kf;d LVkEi isij ij ‘kiFk tk,xkA mEehnokj 2016 dk 49oka½, /kkjk V, Q‚eZ VI ;k Q‚eZ
i= ÁLrqr fd;k x;k gSA ;fn mEehnokj bu vkjf{kr dksVk ds rgr vkosnu djus okys VII esa O;fä;ksa ds vf/kdkjksa dh /kkjk 58
ukckfyx gS] vFkkZr 18 o”kZ ls de mez ds ¼viii½ 12oha d{kk esa foHkkxh; ijh{kk ¼vksa½ ds vH;fFkZ;ksa dks lacaf/kr jkT;ksa@la?k ‘kkflr dh mi/kkjk ¼2½¼,½ ds vuqlkj tkjh fd;k
gksus ij] ‘kiFk i= dks mlds ekrk&firk@ fy, mifLFkr mEehnokjksa ds ekeys esa] ,sls çns’kksa@ jk”Vªh; tutkfr vk;ksx ds l{ke çkf/ x;k fodykaxrk ç gksuk pkfg,] tks
vfHkHkkod }kjk gLrk{kfjr fd;k tk,xkA mEehnokjksa gsrq dsoy vLFkk;h ços’k ij fopkj kdkjh ls tkfr@tutkfr çek.k i= ÁLrqr fd th,lvkj ds vf/klwpuk ds fu;e 18¼1½
mEehnokj@ekrk&firk@vfHkHkkod /;ku nsa fd;k tk,xkA mUgsa mlh cksMZ ds rgr foHkkxh; djuk gksxkA ds vuqlkj fnukad 15 twu] 2017 ds ek/;e
fd >wBk ‘kiFki= ÁLrqr djuk ,d naMuh; ijh{kk mRrh.kZ djuh gksxh] ftlesa vlQy ls tkjh fd;k x;k gks] vkSj mDr çek.k i=
vijk/k gS( gksus ij] vLFkk;h ços’k Lo;a jí ekuk tk,xk] 2- vU; fiNM+k oxZ ¼xSj&Øheh½ mEehnokj vf/kfu;e ds /kkjk 57 ds mi/kkjk ¼1½ ds rgr
vkSj iwjh Qhl tCr dj yh tk,xhA bl dksVk ds rgr vkosnu djus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa rFkk th-,l-vkj- 591 ¼bZ½ ds fu;e 17¼,½
¼ii½ ,sls mEehnokj tks vius vafre o”kZ@vafre dks tkfr vkSj xSj&Øheh ys;j dh vko’;drk vkSj ¼ch½ ds v/khu fdlh ukfer fpfdRlk
lsesLVj@12oha d{kk ds ifj.kkeksa dh ?kks”k.kk 2- dksbZ Hkh mEehnokj tks ,uvkbZ,QVh esa dks ç djuk gksxkA bl dksVk ds rgr çkf/kdj.k }kjk tkjh fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
ds ugha gksus ds dkj.k vLFkk;h ços’k pkgrs ijke’kZ@ços’k dh rkjh[k ls iwoZ vgZrk ijh{kk vkosnu djus okys mEehnokj l{ke çkf/kdkjh
gks ¼vuqyXud&I ns[ksa½] vgZrk fMxzh ijh{kk ds esa mifLFkr ugha gqvk gks] og ik= ugha ekuk ls tkfr çek.k i= ÁLrqr djsaxs] ;g ç ,sls mEehnokjksa dks ijke’kZ ds le; vkSj
lHkh fiNys o”kksaZ@lsesLVj esa lHkh Á’ui=ksa esa tk,xkA djrs gq, fd os xSj&Øhehys;j ls lacaf/kr gSaA laLFkku esa ços’k ds le; fodykaxrk ds ewy
mRrh.kZ gksus dk çek.k çnku djsaxs ¼tks Hkh çek.k i= mEehnokj ds i{k esa gksuk pkfg,] tks ç ÁLrqr djuk gksxkA
çklafxd gks½A 3- vkxs ;g Li”V fd;k tkrk gS fd vLFkk;h 01 vçSy] 2018 ls igys tkjh ugha fd;k x;k
ços’k ij fopkj dsoy ekeyksa esa fd;k gksA ,d l{ke çkf/kdkjh ls mfpr ç ewY;kadu ds fy, ijke’kZ esa Hkkx ysuk
¼iii½ mEehnokj vgZrk ijh{kk esa ‘kkfey gksus ds tk,xk] tgka lacaf/kr cksMZ@fo’ofo|ky; }kjk ÁLrqr djus esa foQy mEehnokj ijke’kZ ds fodykax O;fä ds fy, vfuok;Z gSA ftlesa
lcwr ds :i esa MsV ‘khV@ços’k i=@Ákpk;Z ls vgZrk fMxzh ds vafre o”kZ@lsesLVj dk urhtk fy, vik= gksaxs] vkSj ,sls vkosndksa dks ços’k mEehnokjksa dh {kerkvksa dk vkdyu djus
ç Hkh ÁLrqr djsaxsA ?kksf”kr ugha fd;k x;k gSA ;fn lacaf/kr cksMZ@ ugha fn;k tk,xkA ,sls ekeyksa esa vLFkk;h ds ckn mEehnokjksa dks dkslZ vkoafVr fd;k
fo’ofo|ky; }kjk ifj.kke ?kksf”kr fd;k x;k ços’k ds fy, vuqjks/kksa ij fopkj ugha fd;k tk,xkA vkdyu ds nkSjku ,uvkbZ,QVh bl
¼iv½ mEehnokj vgZrk fMxzh@çek.k i= dk gS] ysfdu fdlh Hkh dkj.k ls bls fdlh tk,xkA ‘krZ ds lkFk muds p;u ij fopkj djsxk fd
vafre ifj.kke 30 flracj, 2019 dks ;k blds fo’ks”k ekeys esa jksd dj j[kk x;k gks] rks ,sls ckgjh lgk;rk çnku djus ds fy, ihMCY;wMh
iwoZ vius dSail funs’kd@la;qDr funs’kd dks ekeyksa dks Hkh vLFkk;h ços’k ds fopkj laf{kIr esa% mEehnokjksa ds vkosnuksa ij fopkj fd;k tk
ÁLrqr djsxk] tgka mls ços’k fn;k x;k gSA ugha fd;k tk,xkA ldrk gS] vkSj blds fy, gksus okys [kpZ dks
d½ mEehnokj ds ikl mEehnokj ds uke ij mEehnokj }kjk Lo;a iwjh rjg ogu fd;k
¼v½ ;fn mEehnokj mijksä fu/kkZfjr rjhds ls lhVksa dk vkj{k.k tkjh vU; fiNM+k oxZ ¼xSj&Øheh ys;j½ çek.k tk,xkA
vgZrk fMxzh ds vius vafre ifj.kke dks fu/ i= gksuk pkfg,] u fd lacaf/kr ekrk&firk@
kkZfjr frfFk rd çLrqr djus esa 30 flracj] çR;sd dk;ZØe esa vtk (SC) @vttk (ST) vfHkHkkod ds i{k esaA gkykafd ;g flQkfj’k dh tkrh gS fd
2019 dks ;k mlls igys mldh ik=rk lkfcr @ vfoo OBC (Non-Creamy) @fodykax mEehnokj bl mís’; ds fy, vius Lo;a
djus ds fy, foQy jgrk gS] rks tks Hkh dkj.k O;fä ¼ihMCY;wMh½ @ fons’kh ukxfjd@lkdZ@ [k½ vU; fiNM+k oxZ ¼xSj&Øheh ys;j½ çek. ds ckgjh lgk;d dh O;oLFkk djs] D;ksafd
gks] mldk ços’k vekU; ¼jn~n½ dj fn;k tk,xk ,uvkjvkbZ@jkT; ds ewyfuoklh ds fy, ki= esa of.kZr tkfr dks vU; fiNM+k oxZ dh blls O;fäxr t:jrksa gsrq csgrj O;oLFkk
vkSj iwjh Qhl tCr dj yh tk,xhA fdlh Hkh vkjf{kr lhVsa fuEukuqlkj gSa% dsaæh; lwph esa mYys[k djuk pkfg,] tks lqfuf’pr gksxhA
viokn ds ekeys esa Mhth&,uvkbZ,QVh }kjk
fu.kZ; fy;k tk,xkA vtk (SC) 15% html ij miyC/k gSA ,uvkbZ,QVh dSail funs’kd }kjk çR;sd ifjlj
esa xfBr cksMZ }kjk ml fo’ks”k dk;ZØe dh
vttk (ST) 7.5% x½ vU; fiNM+k oxZ ¼xSj&Øheh ys;j½ çek. fof’k”V vko’;drkvksa ds vuqlkj fdlh fo’ks”k
¼vi½ dSail funs’kd@uksMy vf/kdkjh ;g
lqfuf’pr djus ds fy, mÙkjnk;h gksxk fd vfoo ¼xSj&Øheh½ OBC (Non- 27% ki= Li”V :i ls mYys[k djuk pkfg,] fd dk;ZØe ds ijke’kZ ds fy, pqus x, mEehnokj
lHkh Nk=ksa dh ;ksX;rk ços’k ds fy, fu/kkZfjr Creamy) mEehnokj xSj&Øheh ys;j ls lacaf/kr gSA dh okLrfod ‘kkjhfjd@euksoSKkfud {kerk
;ksX;rk dks iwjk djrh gS] [kkldj vLFkk;h fodykax O;fä ¼ihMCY;wMh½ 5%* dk vkdyu fd;k tk,xkA rhu lnL;h; cksMZ
ços’k ds ekeys esaA ;fn mEehnokj le; ij ?k½ çek.k i= l{ke çkf/kdkjh }kjk tkjh esa ,d fpfdRlk vf/kdkjh@euksoSKkfud] lacaf/

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kr foHkkx ¼fMtkbu@çkS|ksfxdh@çca/ku½ ls ,d ladk; lnL;] vkSj ,d ç’kklfud vf/kdkjh fons’kh ukxfjd@lkdZ@vfuoklh Hkkjrh; vkSj ,uvkbZ,QVh esa vkosnu djus okys fons’kh
‘kkfey gksxkA mEehnokjksa dks ijke’kZ ds le; ,sls vkdyuksa ds fy, rS;kj jgus dh lykg nh ewyfuoklh gsrq lhV ukxfjdksa ds ikl vaxzsth Hkk”kk dk dk;Zlk/kd
tkrh gSA ,uvkbZ,QVh bl gsrq ç;ksx’kkyk@midj.k@ijh{k.k lkexzh dk mi;ksx mEehnokj dh sa Kku gksuk pkfg,A
‘kkjhfjd@euksoSKkfud {kerk ds vkdyu ds fy, rFkk dk;ZØe@ikBîØe miØe ds fy, dj 1- fons’kh ukxfjd@lkdZ@vfuoklh Hkkjrh;
ldrk gS] vkSj cksMZ }kjk r; fd, x, vuqlkj çR;sd O;fä ds fy, bl rjg ds ijh{k.k dks fons’kh ukxfjd ¼pkgs Hkkjr ;k fons’k esa jg fuEufyf[kr ijh{kkvksa esa mEehnokjksa }kjk çkIr
i`Fkd rkSj ij rS;kj dj ldrk gSA jgs gksa½ vkSj vfuoklh Hkkjrh;] tks Hkkjr vadksa ds vuqlkj rS;kj ;ksX;rk lwph ds vk/
ds ukxfjd gSa] ,d Hkkjrh; ikliksVZ /kkj.k kkj ij dk;ZØe vkSj ifjlj vkoafVr fd;k
bl ds rgr vkj{k.k pkgus okys lHkh mEehnokjksa ds fy, vkdyu vfuok;Z gSA cksMZ viuh djrs gSa vkSj vLFkk;h :i ls dke] fuokl tk,xk%
dk;Zokgh esa flQkfj’k djsxk fd D;k mEehnokj ml fo’ks”k dk;ZØe@ikBîØe dks ysus ds fy, ;k fdlh vU; mís’; ds fy, Ng eghus ;k
l{ke ;k vleFkZ gS] ftlds fy, mlus vkosnu fd;k gSA mlls vf/kd le; rd vLFkk;h :i ls vkrs Lukrd ikB~;Øe ,l,Vh
gSa] vkSj ,uvkbZ,QVh dh ços’k vko’;drkvksa ¼ch-MhbZ,l ,oa ch-,QVsd½ ÁkIrkad
,sls vkns’k dh ,d çfr mEehnokj dh Lohd`fr ds rgr fyf[kr :i esa Ánku dh tk,xh] ftlls o ik=rk dks iwjk djrs gSa] ços’k ds fy,
mls lwfpr fd;k tk lds fd og vkns’k ds f[kykQ vihy dj ldrk gS] bl ekeys esa vihy vkosnu dj ldrs gSaA ,uvkbZ,QVh esa ços’k ekLVj*l Áksxzke th,e,Vh
dks eq[;ky; ¼,pvks½ esa LFkk;h cksMZ dks Hkstk tk,xk] ftldh flQkfj’k vafre gksxh] vkSj ds fy, bl ds ;ksX; mEehnokjksa dk ¼,e-,Q-,e½ ÁkIrkad
blds mijkUr dksbZ vU; çfrfuf/kRo Lohdkj ugha fd;k tk,xkA p;u] muds ,l,Vh@theSV@thvkjbZ Ldksj ij ekLVj*l Áksxzke thvkjbZ
vk/kkfjr gksxk] u fd ços’k ijh{kk ds vk/kkj ¼,e-MhbZ,l rFkk ,e- ÁkIrkad
,uvkbZ,QVh mEehnokj dh v{kerk ds vkdyu ds ekeys esa] fdlh fo’ks”k dk;ZØe dks ysus gsrq ijA bl ds fy, lhVksa dh miyC/krk ,QVsd½
mEehnokj dks v;ksX; ?kksf”kr djus dk vf/kdkj lqjf{kr j[krk gSA fuEukuqlkj gS%
uhps nh xbZ rkfydk] fodykaxrk vkSj dk;ZØeksa dh fofHkUu Jsf.k;ksa ds fy, ,uvkbZ,QVh cksMZ mEehnokj 30 vçSy 2019 ls igys dbZ ,l,Vh@
}kjk vk;ksftr ewY;kadu ds çdkj dks bafxr djrh gS] tks ;g irk yxkrh gS fd D;k Nk= • ,uvkbZ,QVh dSail fnYyh] eqacbZ] dksydkrk] theSV@thvkjbZ ijh{kkvksa esa ‘kkfey gks ldrk
eq[;/kkjk ds ikBîØe dks ysus dh fLFkfr esa gS vFkok ugha% csaxyq:] psUubZ] gSnjkckn] xka/khuxj] jk;cjsyh gSA bu ijh{k.kksa esa ÁkIr lokZf/kd ÁkIrkad dks
vkSj Jhuxj ¼tEew&d’ehj½ esa 5 ¼lqijusesjjh½ lhV vkoaVu ds fy, fopkj fd;k tk,xkA
dk;ZØe ekinaM@i)fr mi;qDrrk lhVksa esa ls çR;sdA thvkjbZ@theSV@ ,l,Vh ÁkIrkad 1 tuojh
2017 ls igys ?kksf”kr ugha fd, tkus pkfg,]
fMtkbu MªkbZax@Ldsfpax@ n`'; y?kq okd y?kq Jo.k gkFkksa] iSjksa] n`'; vkSj
• Hkksiky] Hkqous’oj] tks/kiqj] dkaxM+k] dUuwj] vkSj laLFkku ¼,uvkbZ,QVh½ }kjk 30 vçSy]
ekWMy cukuk@ Li"Vrk fodykaxrk fodykaxrk psgjs vkSj ekSf[kd tkud-
iVuk vkSj f’kykax esa 3 ¼lqijusesjjh½ lhVksa esa 2019 rd v|ru rkSj ij çkIr gksus pkfg,A
jax cks/k xys esa kjh dks MªkbZax
dksbZ Hkh vFkok ekWMy esa ls çR;sdA
e’khuksa@dEI;wVj fons’kh ukxfjd@lkdZ@vfuoklh Hkkjrh;
dhcksMZ dk yksdkseksVj lqanjrk ds lkFk
fodykaxrk p;u] laxfBr 1- vgZrk vk;q ds v/khu vkosnu djus gsrq ÁfØ;k%
eSU;qvy rkSj
ij lapkyu@ ugha vkSj lfEefyr
xfr’khyrk djus esa l{ke Lukrd ikB~;Øe gsrq% vf/kdre vk;q 1 bl ds varxZr Áos’k ds bPNqd mEehnokj
vDVwcj] 2018 dks 23 o”kZ gksuh pkfg,A dks osclkbV vFkok https://
lkekU; vko’;drk,a% eq[;/kkjk ds ikBîØe rd igqapus ds fy, i;kZIr laKkukRed dk;Z( dksbZ
vuqlwfpr tkfr @ vuqlwfpr tutkfr ij
ckSf)d gkfu ughaA ‘kSf{kd vkSj@vFkok lapkj dkS’ky esa gYdh gkfu dks fn[kkrs gq, vuqdwyh dk;Zç.
kkyh] ysfdu lgk;d midj.kksa dk Lora= :i ls mi;ksx djds ikBîØe vkSj lh[kus ds ekgkSy @ fodykax O;fä ¼ihMCywMh½ Jsf.k;ksa ds vkWuykbu vkosnu djuk gksxkA bl
dh vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djus esa l{ke gSA vPNk lkekftd esyfeyki dkS’ky vkSj HkkoukRed mEehnokjksa ds fy, Åijh vk;q lhek 5 ¼ikap½ ds varxZr vkosnu djus dh vafre frfFk 30
fLFkjrk] cM+s lewg ds lkFk lh[kus dh lsfVax esa ,d lkFk fey tkus ds fy, vuqdwy gS] vkSj blesa o”kZ dh vof/k rd dh NwV nh tk ldrh gSA vÁSy 2019 gSA
dksbZ pqukSrhiw.kZ O;ogkj ugha gS] tks vU; Nk=ksa dh f’k{kk dks ÁHkkfor djrk gksA
LukrdksRrj ikB~;Øe gsrq% dksbZ vk;q lhek ,uvkbZ,QVh esa Lukrd dk;ZØeksa gsrq vkosnu
dk;ZØe ekinaM@i)fr mi;qDrrk ugha djus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa dks d‚yst cksMZ ls lh/ks
,uvkbZ,QVh] eq[;ky;] ubZ fnYyh esa ,l,Vh
çkS|ksfxdh e'khuksa@dEI;wVj dhcksMZ y?kq n`'; y?kq okd y?kq Jo.k gkFkksa] iSjksa] psgjs
2- ‘kS{kf.kd ik=rk ÁkIrkad Hkstus dh O;oLFkk djuh pkfg,A 30
dk eSU;qvy rkSj ij lap- Li"Vrk fodykaxrk fodykaxrk vkSj xys esa dksbZ
kyu@xfr'khyrk Hkh yksdkseksVj
vçSy] 2019 ls igys ,l,Vh ÁkIrkad d‚yst
fodykaxrk ugha lHkh mEehnokjksa dks lacaf/kr ikBîØe ds cksMZ ds ek/;e ls ,uvkbZ,QVh dks ÁLrqr
QS'ku çca/ku dEI;wVj dhcksMZ dk
fy, lwphc) vko’;d ‘kSf{kd ;ksX;rk dks djuk gksxkA ukfer laLFkku ¼MhvkbZ½ dksM
eSU;qvy rkSj ij lap-
kyu@xfr'khyrk iwjk djuk gksxkA ;fn fdlh fMxzh@Á 7258 gSA
dks fdlh vU; ns’k ds fo’ofo|ky;@cksMZ ls
lkekU; vko’;drk,a% eq[;/kkjk ds ikBîØe rd igqapus ds fy, i;kZIr laKkukRed dk;Z( dksbZ ,l,Vh@theSV@thvkjbZ ÁkIrkad ds lkFk&lkFk
fdlh vU; ns’k ds cksMZ ls çkIr fd;k x;k
ckSf)d gkfu ughaA ‘kSf{kd vkSj@vFkok lapkj dkS’ky esa gYdh gkfu dks fn[kkrs gq, vuqdwyh dk;Zç.
gS] rks Áos’k ysus ds iwoZ Hkkjrh; fo’ofo|ky; mEehnokj dh ÁkFkfedrk ds vk/kkj ij lQy
kkyh] ysfdu lgk;d midj.kksa dk Lora= :i ls mi;ksx djds ikBîØe vkSj lh[kus ds ekgkSy
dh vko’;drkvksa dks iwjk djus esa l{ke gSA vPNk lkekftd esyfeyki dkS’ky vkSj HkkoukRed la?k ¼,vkbZ;w½] ubZ fnYyh ¼osclkbV% www. mEehnokjksa dks dSail vkSj dk;ZØe vkoafVr
fLFkjrk] cM+s lewg ds lkFk lh[kus dh lsfVax esa ,d lkFk fey tkus ds fy, vuqdwy gS] vkSj blesa aiuweb.org½ ls led{k çek.k i= çkIr fd;k fd;k tk,xkA
dksbZ pqukSrhiw.kZ O;ogkj ugha gS] tks vU; Nk=ksa dh f’k{kk dks ÁHkkfor djrk gksA tkuk pkfg,A
,l,Vh ds iathdj.k ds le; vH;fFkZ;ksa dks

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,uvkbZ,QVh] eq[;ky;] ubZ fnYyh esa viuk ;k Nk= ohtk Hkh çkIr djus dh vko’;drk tgka Åij lwphc) ,uvkbZ,QVh dSail fLFkr ¼xSj&Øhehys;j½ OBC (Non-Creamy) ds
ÁkIrkad Hkstus ds fy, MhvkbZ dksM% 7258 gksxhA gSa] mUgsa v‚uykbu vkosnu i= Hkjrs le; ekeys esa #- 2000@& rFkk vtk (SC)@vttk
bafxr djuk pkfg,A bu vf/kekU; lhVksa dk p;u dj ldrs gSaA (ST)@’kkfo (PWD) mEehnokjksa ds ekeys esa #-
2- jkT; ewyfuoklh gkykafd] mUgsa viuh ;ksX;rk jSafdax ds vuqlkj] 1000@&½ dk Hkqxrku fMekaM Mªk¶V ds ek/;e
ekLVj çksxzke vFkkZr ekLVj v‚Q QS’ku ewyfuoklh dSls fu/kkZfjr dh tkrh gS\ lkekU;@vttk (ST)@vtk (SC)@vfio ls mijksä of.kZr vuqlkj fd;k tk ldrk gSA
eSustesaV ¼,e,Q,e½ gsrq vkosnu djus okys mEehnokj ml jkT; ds fuokl LFkku ds fy, (OBC) ¼ykxw gksus ij½ ds rgr viuh ilan fMekaM Mªk¶V ^,uvkbZ,QVh ,pvks* ds i{k esa
mEehnokjksa dks theSV ijh{kk ÁkIrkad Hkstus fu/kkZfjr fd;k tk,xk] ftlds rgr mEehnokj ds fdlh vU; ifjlj esa ços’k ysus gsrq fodYi ubZ fnYyh esa ns; gksuk pkfg,A fMekaM Mªk¶V dk
dh O;oLFkk djuh pkfg,] tcfd ekLVj us viuh d{kk 12oha ijh{kk@Lukrd@;ksX;rk dk p;u djus dh vuqefr gksxhA fooj.k v‚uykbu vkosnu i= esa Hkjk tkuk gSA
v‚Q fMtkbu ¼,e-MhbZ,l-½ vkSj ekLVj v‚Q dh fMxzh iwjh dh gSA lacaf/kr Ldwy@d‚yst ls
QS’ku VsDuksy‚th ¼,e-,QVsd-½ gsrq vkosnu bl vk’k; dk ,d ç çkIr fd;k tkuk vtk (SC)@vttk (ST)@vfio ¼xSj Øhehys;j½ mEehnokjksa dks fMekaM Mªk¶V Hkstus ls igys
djus okys mEehnokjksa dks thvkbZvkj ijh{kk gSA ;fn mEehnokj us nwjLFk f’k{kk Á.kkyh ds OBC (Non-Creamy) mEehnokjksa dk vkj{k.k] fuEufyf[kr fooj.k lko/kkuhiwoZd tkapus dh
ÁkIrkad lh/ks ,uvkbZ,QVh] ,pvks] fnYyh dks ek/;e ls ;ksX;rk çek.k i=@fMxzh çkIr dh ewyfuoklh lhVksa ij Hkh ykxw gksxkA lykg nh tkrh gSA
Hkstus dh O;oLFkk djuh pkfg,A mEehnokjksa gS] rks mEehnokj }kjk fu;fer :i ls d{kk esa
dks thvkjbZ@ theSV@,l,Vh esa ,uvkbZ,QVh tkus okys Ldwy dk irk] mlds fuokl fLFkfr vkosnu dSls djsa% vkosnu QkeZ ÁLrqr djuk • ‘,uvkbZ,QVh ,pvks’ ds i{k esa cuk;k x;k
dk;ZØeksa dks fodYi ds :i esa pquuk gksxkA fu/kkZfjr djsxkA fMekaM Mªk¶VA
¼fons’kh ukxfjd@lkdZ@vfuoklh Hkkjrh; • lkekU;@vfio ¼xSj&Øhehys;j½ OBC (Non-
bl ds rgr ços’k pkgus okys mEehnokjksa jkT; ewyfuoklh ds v/khu lhV dks NksM+dj vU; lHkh mEehnokjksa ds fy,½ Creamy) ds ekeys esa #- 2000@& rFkk vtk
dks fu/kkZfjr vkosnu i= esa v‚uykbu vkosnu miyC/krk vH;FkhZ ;k https://admission. (SC)@vttk (ST)@’kkfo (PWD) mEehnokjksa ds
djuk pkfg,A net/nift2019 ij v‚uykbu vkosnu dj ldrs ekeys esa #- 1000@& dk fMekaM Mªk¶V] tSlk
tks mEehnokj bl ds fy, fufnZ”V mEehnokjksa dks jkT; ewyfuoklh vf/kekU; gSaA Hkh ykxw gksA
ços’k ekunaM dks iwjk djrs gSa] os v‚uykbu lhV ds :i esa ços’k gsrq lhVksa dh is’kd’k • fMekaM Mªk¶V ij tkjh djus okys çkf/kdkjh
,uvkbZ,QVh isesaV xsVos ds ek/;e ls US$125 dh tk,xh] tks 8 jkT;ksa ls lacaf/kr gSa] tgka v‚uykbu vkosnu djus ds fy, fn’kkfunsZ’kksa dk uke] frfFk] jkf’k vkSj gLrk{kjA
ds vko’;d vkosnu ‘kqYd ds Hkqxrku ds lkFk fuEufyf[kr ,uvkbZ,QVh ifjlj fLFkr gSa% dks lanfHkZr fd;k tk ldrk gSA Áos’k fooj.k
v‚uykbu vkosnu dj ldrs gSaA iqfLrdk ,uvkbZ,QVh dh osclkbV www.nift. fMekaM Mªk¶V ds ek/;e ls vkosnu djus okys
Ø-la- ,uvkbZ,QVh jkT; ij fu%’kqYd miyC/k gSA vkosnu ‘kqYd mEehnokjksa dks fuEufyf[kr irs ij fMekaM
vfuoklh Hkkjrh; ds cPps vkSj ikY; dSail v‚uykbu isesaV xsVos ds ek/;e ls ;k ubZ Mªk¶V ds lkFk lHkh ekeyksa esa fof/kor iw.kZ
fnYyh esa ns; ^,uvkbZ,QVh ,pvks* ds i{k esa :i ls Hkjs x, vkosnu i= dk fçaVvkmV Hkstus
1 iVuk fcgkj tkjh cSad fMekaM Mªk¶V ds ek/;e ls Hkqxrku
,uvkjvkbZ lhVksa dks vf/kla[; ekuk tkrk gS] dh vko’;drk gksxh%
bls fdlh vU; esa ifjofrZr ugha fd;k 2 dkaxM+k fgekpy Áns'k fd;k tkuk pkfg,A ifj;kstuk çca/kd
tk,xkA gkykafd] Åij of.kZr çfØ;k ds 3 dUuwj dsjy • lkekU;@vfio ¼xSj&Øhehys;j½ OBC (Non- vf[ky Hkkjrh; çca/ku la?k çca/ku gkml]
mijkUr ,uvkjvkbZ esa ‘ks”k jg xbZ lhVksa dks 4 Hkksiky e/; Áns'k Creamy) ds fy, xSj&okilh ;ksX; 14] baLVhVîw’kuy ,fj;k]
ijke’kZ ds nkSjku ;ksX;rk vuqlkj ,uvkjvkbZ ‘kqYd% #- 2000@& Hkqxrku xsVos vFkok fMekaM yks/kh jksM+] ubZ fnYyh & 110003
ds cPpksa dks fn;k tk,xkA ,uvkbZ,QVh ços’k 5 f'kykax es?kky; Mªk¶V ds ek/;e lsA
ijh{kk esa dkWeu esfjV jSad ¼lh,evkj½ okys 6 Hkqous'oj vksfM'kk • vtk (SC)@vttk (ST)@’kkjhfjd fodykax fof/kor Hkjs gq, Q‚eZ dks le; ij mi;qZä irs
lHkh mEehnokjksa vkSj ^,uvkjvkbZ ds ikY;ksa* 7 tks/kiqj jktLFkku ds fy, xSj&okilh ;ksX; ‘kqYd% #- ij igqapus pkfg,A viw.kZ :i ls Hkjs vFkok
dh ds rgr vkus okyksa dks ,uvkjvkbZ 1000@& Hkqxrku xsVos vFkok fMekaM Mªk¶V ds nsj ls ÁkIr vkosnuksa dks Lohdkj ugha fd;k
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lhVksa dks fu;fer ijke’kZ ds nkSjku ekunaMksa ek/;e lsA tk,xkA laLFkku vkosnu ds nsjh ls ÁkIr gksus]
dks iwjk djus] vko’;d nLrkostksa dks ÁLrqr vFkok xqe tkus vFkok Mkd ikjxeu esa jgus
djus vkSj ‘kqYd ds Hkqxrku djus ij pquus dk vkosnu ‘kqYd ds Hkqxrku dh Á.kkyh% ØsfMV vFkok dwfj;j }kjk nsjh gksus ds fy, dksbZ
çR;sd ikB~;Øeksa esa 6 lhVsa miyC/k gksaxh
volj fn;k tk,xkA dkMZ@MsfcV dkMZ vkSj fMekaM Mªk¶V ftEesnkjh ugha ysrk gSA mEehnokjksa dks Hkfo”;
¼Jhuxj dks NksM+dj½] ftuesa ls 3 vf/kla[;
bl ds fy, fu/kkZfjr lexz lhek ds ds lanHkZ ds fy, fçaVvkmV vkSj fMekaM Mªk¶V
¼lqijU;wesjjh½ gksaxsA dksbZ Hkh lqijU;wesjjh
Hkhrj] ,uvkbZ,QVh mEehnokjksa dh ekax dks ¼d½ ØsfMV dkMZ@MsfcV dkMZ dh çfr j[kus dh lykg nh tkrh gSA
lhV tks Hkjh ugha tkrh gks] Loeso lekIr gks
iwjk djus ds fy, dk;ZØeksa ds chp lhV vkosnu ‘kqYd dk Hkqxrku ¼#- 2000@& vFkok
tk,xh] vkSj fdlh Hkh vU; esa ifjofrZr
iqu%vkoafVr dj ldrk gSA #- 1000@&½ dk Hkqxrku ØsfMV dkMZ@MsfcV mEehnokjksa dks Hkfo”; ds lanHkZ ds fy, vkosnu
ugha dh tk,xhA
dkMZ ds ek/;e ls mijksä of.kZr vuqlkj QkeZ dk fçaVvkmV@QksVksdkWih rFkk Hkqxrku ds
‘kqYd Hkqxrku% fd;k tk ldrk gSA vkosnu ‘kqYd ij cSad lk{; dh çfr j[kus dh lykg nh tkrh gSA
*,uvkbZ,QVh Jhuxj dSEil ¼tEew vkSj
vkSj@vFkok ysunsu ‘kqYd mEehnokj }kjk ogu
d’ehj½ ds ekeys esa] 11 lhVsa jkT; ewyfuoklh
,d ckj bl ds rgr pqus tkus ds ckn] fd;k tk,xkA vH;fFkZ;ksa dks le; ij vkosnu vkosnu Q‚eZ ds laiknu@v|ru gsrq foaMks
vf/kekU; lhV ds rkSj ij tEew vkSj d’ehj
mEehnokjksa dks igys ‘kS{kf.kd o”kZ ds fy, ços’k djus dh lykg nh tkrh gSA
ds mEehnokjksa dks Ánku dh tk,axhA ;s lhVsa
ds le; ‘kqYd dk Hkqxrku djuk gksxk] ftlesa mEehnokj Hkqxrku djus ls igys v‚uykbu
fdlh vU; esa vifjorZuh; gSaA
nks lsesLVj ‘kkfey gksaxsA dk;ZØe dh fu/kkZfjr ¼[k½ fMekaM Mªk¶V vkosnu esa Hkjh xbZ tkudkjh dks laikfnr@
vof/k ds fy, mUgsa ,d oS/k vkoklh; ijfeV vkosnu ‘kqYd dk Hkqxrku ¼lkekU;@vfio la’kksf/kr dj ldrs gSaA ,d ckj mEehnokj }
,sls mEehnokj tks mu jkT;ksa ds ewyfuoklh gSa

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kjk Hkqxrku dj nsus ds mijkUr] mls flLVe ftlesa tujy ,fcfyVh VsLV ¼th,Vh½ ‘kkfey
}kjk fdlh Hkh tkudkjh dks cnyus@la’kksf/ gSA ijh{kk dsaæksa dh lwph ços’k dkMZ
kr djus dh vuqefr ugha gksxhA gkykafd] 1 vgenkckn
vH;fFkZ;ksa dks fnukad 29 fnlacj] 2018 ,e-MhbZ,l dsoy ços’k i= ds lkFk ijh{kk dsaæ esa ços’k
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‘kfuokj ¼12%00 cts½ ls 03 tuojh] 2019 LukrdksRrj Lrj gsrq rS;kj fd, x, dk;ZØeksa dh vuqefr gksxhA
xq#okj ¼16%00 cts½ rd] vkosnu i= esa Hkjh ds fy, mEehnokjksa dh p;u çfØ;k esa ,d 3 Hkksiky ,uvkbZ,QVh vkosnu i=ksa esa nh xbZ tkudkjh
xbZ tkudkjh dh leh{kk djus vkSj lq/kkj fyf[kr ijh{kk ‘kkfey gS] ftlesa fØ,fVo 4 Hkqous’oj ds vk/kkj ij] vLFkk;h :i ls ;ksX;
djus dh vuqefr nh tk,xh ¼ijh{kk dk ‘kgj ,fcfyVh VsLV ¼lh,Vh½ vkSj tujy ,fcfyVh 5 paMhx<+ mEehnokjksa ds ços’k i= osclkbV www.nift.
esa ifjorZu dh vuqefr ugha gksxh½A VsLV ¼th,Vh½ ‘kkfey gS] blds ckn fyf[kr vFkok
ijh{kk ds ek/;e ls lwphc) mEehnokjksa dks 6 psUubZ ls MkmuyksM ds fy, fnukad 10 tuojh] 2019
- vkosnu i= ds laiknu@v|ru ds ckn] lewg ppkZ rFkk O;fDrxr lk{kkRdkj ¼thMh@ 7 dksphu ls miyC/k gksaxsA ços’k i= iksLV }kjk ugha Hksts
vkosnu i= dks ,uvkbZ,QVh esa ços’k gsrq ;ksX; ihvkbZ½ ls xqtjuk gksxkA 8 dks;acVwj tk,axsA vH;fFkZ;ksa dks lykg nh tkrh gS fd os
ugha ik, tkus ij igys ls Hkqxrku fd, x, fu;fer :i ls viMsV ds fy, fu¶V osclkbV
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vkosnu ‘kqYd dks okil ugha fd;k tk,xkA ,e-,Q-,e- dh tkap djsaA
,e-,Q-,e- dk;ZØeksa ds fy, mEehnokjksa dh 10 fnYyh uksV% Áos’k i=] ifj.kke rFkk ijke’kZ vuqlwph
- vkosnu çfØ;k ds nkSjku lgh tkudkjh p;u çfØ;k esa ,d fyf[kr ijh{kk ‘kkfey 11 xqokgkVh ,uvkbZ,QVh dh osclkbV ij gh miyC/k
çnku djuk mEehnokj dh ,dek= ftEesnkjh gS] ftlesa tujy ,fcfyVh VsLV ¼th,Vh½ 12 gSnjkckn gksxhA Mkd }kjk dksbZ Hkh vyx ls tkudkjh
gSA fdlh Hkh Lrj ij] ;fn ;g ik;k tkrk ‘kkfey gS] blds ckn fyf[kr ijh{kk ds ugha Hksth tk,xhA
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gS fd mEehnokj }kjk çnku dh xbZ tkudkjh ek/;e ls lwphc) mEehnokjksa dks lewg ppkZ
vlR; gS] rks ,uvkbZ,QVh dks mldh rFkk O;fDrxr lk{kkRdkj ¼thMh@ihvkbZ½ ls 14 tEew ijh{kk dsaæ
mEehnokjh jí djus dk vf/kdkj gSA laLFkku xqtjuk gksxkA 15 tks/kiqj
ds çca/ku vkSj deZpkfj;ksa dks çHkkfor djus 16 dkaxM+k vH;fFkZ;ksa dks ijh{kk ‘kq: gksus ls de ls
ds fy, fdlh Ádkj dk çR;{k ;k vçR;{k ,e-,QVsd de 60 feuV igys ijh{kk dsaæ esa igqap tkuk
ç;kl] mEehnokj ds fy, Loeso v;ksX;rk dk ,e-,QVsd dk;ZØeksa ds fy, mEehnokjksa dh 17 dUuwj ¼dsjy½ pkfg,A ijh{kk dsaæ ds vanj eksckby vkSj vU;
dkj.k cu tk,xkA p;u çfØ;k esa ,d fyf[kr ijh{kk ‘kkfey 18 dksydkrk bUQksVsd xStsV~l ys tkus dh vuqefr ugha gSA
gS] ftlesa tujy ,fcfyVh VsLV ¼th,Vh½ 19 y[kuÅ eksckby ;k vU; bUQksVsd xStsV~l ds lkFk
vkosnu i=@iathdj.k dks laikfnr djus ds ‘kkfey gS] blds ckn fyf[kr ijh{kk ds ik, x, vH;fFkZ;ksa dks ijh{kk dsaæ NksM+us ds
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fy, foaMks can gksus ds mijkUr vkosnu i= esa ek/;e ls lwphc) mEehnokjksa dks lewg ppkZ fy, dgk tk,xk] vkSj mUgsa v;ksX; ?kksf”kr
Hkjh xbZ fdlh Hkh Lrj ij ugha cnyh rFkk O;fDrxr lk{kkRdkj ¼thMh@ihvkbZ½ ls 21 eqacbZ fd;k tk,xkA
tk,xhA blfy,] mEehnokjksa@vfHkHkkodksa dks xqtjuk gksxkA 22 ukxiqj
mfpr lko/kkuh ds lkFk vkosnu i= Hkjus dh 23 iVuk vuqlwph@dk;ZØe
lykg nh tkrh gSA fyf[kr ijh{kk ¼lHkh dk;ZØeksa ds fy,½
24 iq.ks lHkh ;wth vkSj ihth dk;ZØeksa ds fy, fyf[kr
ijh{kk ÁfØ;k ¼ lHkh dk;ZØeksa ds fy,½ mEehnokj dh ilan ds vk/kkj ij] lHkh ;ksX; 25 jk;iqj ijh{kk dh frfFk% 20 tuojh] 2019
mEehnokjksa dks muds }kjk pqus x, ijh{kk dsaæksa 26 jkaph
lHkh ;ksX; mEehnokjksa dks ijh{kk çfØ;k ls esa fyf[kr ços’k ijh{kk ds fy, mifLFkr gksuk 27 lwjr dk;ZØe ijh{kk ijh{kk le;
xqtjuk gksxkA çR;sd dk;ZØe ds fy, çfØ;k gksxkA fyf[kr ços’k ijh{kk mEehnokjksa ds
uhps lwphc) dh xbZ gS% Kku] dkS’ky vkSj ;ksX;rk dk ijh{k.k ml 28 mn;iqj cSpyj v‚Q lh,Vh 10-00 cts ls
29 oMksnjk fMtkbu 01-00 cts rd
dk;ZØe esa djus ds fy, fMtkbu dh xbZ gS]
ch-MhbZ,l ftls mEehnokj }kjk p;u fd;k x;k gSA 30 fo’kk[kkiêue th,Vh 02-30 cts ls
Lukrd Lrj gsrq rS;kj fd, x, dk;ZØeksa 04-30 cts rd
31 f’kykax
ds fy, mEehnokjksa dh p;u çfØ;k esa ,d ijh{kk dsaæksa dh lwph ekLVj v‚Q lh,Vh 10-00 cts ls
fyf[kr ijh{kk ‘kkfey gS] ftlesa fØ,fVo lHkh Lukrd Lrj vkSj LukrdksRrj Lrj 32 Jhuxj ¼tEew vkSj fMtkbu ekLVj 01-00 cts rd
,fcfyVh VsLV ¼lh,Vh½ vkSj tujy ,fcfyVh dk;ZØeksa ds fy, ,d isij vk/kkfjr VsLV d’ehj½ v‚Q fMtkbu th,Vh 02-30 cts ls
VsLV ¼th,Vh½ ‘kkfey gS] blds ckn fyf[kr ¼ihchVh½ fnukad 20 tuojh 2019 dks 32 04-30 cts rd
ijh{kk ds ek/;e ls lwphc) mEehnokjksa dks ‘kgjksa esa vk;ksftr dh tk,xhA —i;k /;ku nsa fd ,uvkbZ,QVh ds ikl
,d ifjfLFkfr ijh{k.k ls xqtjuk gksxkA mfYYf[kr fd, x, fdlh Hkh ijh{kk dsaæ dks jí ekLVj v‚Q th,Vh 10-00 cts ls
mEehnokj 20 tuojh 2019 dks ijh{kk ds djus dk vf/kdkj lqjf{kr gSA ,sls ekeys esa] QS'ku VsDuk- 01-00 cts rd
ch-,QVsd fy, dsoy ,d ‘kgj dk p;u dj ldrk gSA ,d oSdfYid dsaæ] tks LFkku vkSj ç’kklfud sykWth
Lukrd Lrj gsrq rS;kj fd, x, QS’ku fdlh Hkh Lrj ij ijh{kk dsaæ esa cnyko ds :i ls lqfo/kktud gks] vkoafVr fd;k ekLVj v‚Q th,Vh 10-00 cts ls
çkS|ksfxdh dk;ZØe ds mEehnokjksa ds fy,] fy, fdlh Hkh vuqjks/k ij fopkj ugha fd;k tk,xkA mEehnokj nift@applyadmission. QS'ku VsDuk- 01-00 cts rd
p;u çfØ;k esa ,d fyf[kr ijh{kk ‘kkfey gS] tk,xkA net vFkok ij blls sykWth
lacaf/kr iwNrkN ds fy, bZ&esy dj ldrs gSaA

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ekLVj v‚Q th,Vh 10-00 cts ls cSpyj vkWQ th,Vh 100% fyf[kr ijh{kk lajpuk dks fMtkbu fd;k x;k gSA lc&VsLV esa tksM+]
QS'ku eSustesaV 01-00 cts rd QS’ku VSDuk- xq.kk] Hkkx] fHkUu] çfr’kr] C;kt nj] dk;Z
sykWth ¼QS’ku VsDuksykWth ds Lukrd Lrj vkSj vkSj deZ] vuqikr vkSj Áek=k] vkSj nwjh ij
ços’k ijh{kk ds ifj.kke ,uvkbZ,QVh osclkbV LukrdksRrj Lrj dk;ZØeksa ds fy,] vkSj ç’u gksrs gSaA
cSpyj vkWQ th,Vh 70%
ij çnf’kZr fd, tk,axsA ekLVj vkWQ QS’ku eSustesaV ds fy,½
QS’ku VSDuk- thMh@ihvkbZ 30% lkekU; {kerk ijh{k.k ¼th,Vh½ 2½ laÁs”k.k {kerk vkSj vaxzsth Hkk”kk dh le>%
sykWth bl lc&VsLV dk mís’; vaxzsth Hkk”kk esa
fyf[kr ijh{kk th,Vh vkSj lh,Vh ds ifj.
cSpyj vkWQ th,Vh 70% fnu&çfrfnu lapkj esa mEehnokjksa dh {kerk
kkeLo:i] lwphc) fd, x, chMhbZ,l dk;ZØe ch,QVsd ,e,QVsd ,e,Q,e
QS’ku eSus- thMh@ihvkbZ 30% dk ijh{k.k djuk gSA blesa lekukFkhZ] cgqopu]
mEehnokjksa dks fLFkfr ijh{k.k uked nwljs VsLV isij dk th,Vh th,Vh th,Vh
tesaV lacaf/kr vFkksaZ ds lkFk ‘kCn] ,dopu] cgqopu]
ds fy, cqyk;k tk,xkA ch,QVsd mEehnokjksa uke
ds fy,] th,Vh p;u gsrq vafre ijh{kk gksxhA ,d ‘kCn fodYi] eqgkojs vkSj okD;ka’k] lgh
nks mEehnokjksa ds cjkcj vad ds ekeys esa] vk;q fyf[kr vaxzsth@ vaxzsth@ vaxzsth@ orZuh] fdlh fn, x, va’k lkexzh ls fLFkfr
,eMhbZ,l ds mEehnokj th,Vh vkSj lh,Vh
esa cM+s mEehnokj ¼tUe frfFk ds vuqlkj½ dks ijh{kk dh fganh fganh fganh dks le>uk vkfn ‘kkfey gSaA
nsaxsA th,Vh vkSj lh,Vh ds ifj.kke ds vk/
ojh;rk nh tk,xhA Hkk"kk
kkj ij] ,e,QVsd vkSj ,e,Q,e ds ekeys esa
,eMh,l vkSj th,Vh yh tk,xh] blds mijkUr ijh{kk 180 180 180 3½ fo’ys”k.kkRed {kerk vkSj rkfdZd {kerk%
fyf[kr ijh{kk ds ?kVd vof/k ;g lc&VsLV mEehnokj dh {kerk vkSj rdZ ds
mEehnokjksa dks lewg ppkZ@O;fäxr lk{kkRdkj
fyf[kr ijh{kk lajpuk ¼lHkh Lukrd Lrj ,oa ¼U;wure½ fy, nh xbZ tkudkjh ls mEehnokj dh {kerk
¼thMh@ihvkbZ-½ ds fy, cqyk;k tk,xkA
LukrdksRrj Lrj fMtkbu dk;ZØeksa gsrq½ dk ijh{k.k djus gsrq fMtkbu fd;k x;k gS]
[kaM ç'uksa dh ç’uksa dh ç’uksa dh
egRoiw.kZ% la[;k la[;k la[;k vkSj leL;k ds ewy eqíksa dks gy djus ds
1- lkekU; {kerk ijh{kk ¼th,Vh½ fy, fn, x, leL;k dh igpku djus gsrq
ek=kRed 30 30 10 mEehnokj dh {kerk dk ewY;kadu djuk vkSj
ijh{kk ds fy, vkosnu djus okys mEehnokjksa dk;ZØe chMhbZ,l ,eMhbZ,l
{kerk rdZ ykxw djukA jpukRed vkSj ik’oZ lksp
dks ;g lqfuf’pr djuk pkfg, fd os ços’k Á'ui= dk uke th,Vh th,Vh
lapkj 45 45 50 dh vo/kkj.kkvksa vkSj vH;kl] blesa mi;ksxh
gsrq lHkh ;ksX;rk ekunaMksa dks iwjk djrs gSaA fyf[kr ijh{kk dh vaxzsth@ vaxzsth@ {kerk gksus dh laHkkouk gSA
ijh{kk ds lHkh pj.kksa esa mudk ços’k] tSls Hkk"kk fganh fganh vkSj
fyf[kr ijh{kk] fLFkfr ijh{k.k] lewg ppkZ
ijh{kk vof/k ¼feuV½ 120 120 vaxzsth 4½ lkekU; Kku vkSj lkef;dh% bls lc&VsLV
vkSj lk{kkRdkj ¼tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks½] iw.kZ
[kaM ç'uksa dh ç'uksa dh le> mEehnokj ds lkekU; Kku vkSj orZeku ekeyksa
rkSj ij vLFkk;h gksxk] vkSj fu/kkZfjr vgZrk
ekunaMksa dks iwjk djus ds v/khu gksxkA lR;kiu la[;k la[;k fo'ys"k. 25 25 25 dh tkudkjh dk ijh{k.k djus gsrq fMtkbu
ds nkSjku fdlh Hkh le;] fyf[kr ijh{kk ls kkRed fd;k x;k gSA
ek=kRed ;ksX;rk 20 20
igys ;k ckn esa] fLFkfr ijh{k.k] lewg ppkZ vkSj
laÁs"k.k ;ksX;rk 25 30 rkfdZd 5½ dsl v/;;u% ;g lc&VsLV m|ksx
vkSj lk{kkRdkj ¼tSlk Hkh ekeyk gks½] ;fn ;g
ik;k tkrk gS fd mEehnokj ;ksX;rk ekunaMksa vaxzsth Hkk"kk dh 25 30 {kerk ds ekgkSy dh fLFkfr ij vk/kkfjr gSA ;g
dks iwjk ugha djrk gS] rks ijh{kk@ços’k ds fy, le> mEehnokj dh çca/kdh; {kerk dk ewY;kadu
lkekU; 25 25 25
mldh mEehnokjh fcuk fdlh uksfVl ;k vkxs djus esa enn djrk gSA
fo'ys"k.kkRed 15 25 Kku vkSj
ds lanHkZ ds jí dj nh tk,xhA bl rjg ds fyf[kr ços’k ijh{kk ls lwphc) fd, x,
;ksX;rk lkef;dh
jíhdj.k ds dkj.k gksus okys fdlh Hkh ifj. mEehnokjksa dks ifjfLFkfr ijh{k.k@lewg ppkZ
lkekU; Kku ,oa 15 15 dsl 25 25 40 ¼thMh½@ lk{kkRdkj ysuk vko’;d gS ¼ch,QVsd
kke ds fy, ,uvkbZ,QVh mÙkjnk;h ugha gksxkA lkef;dh v/;;u dks NksM+dj½] tSlk Hkh ykxw gksA
dqy 100 120 dqy 150 150 150
ijh{kk ds Hkkjkad ¼osVst½
ços’k ijh{kk dh vafre ;ksX;rk lwph esa çR;sd çR;sd [kaM esa vkSj çR;sd ikB~;Øe ds fy, ifjfLFkfr ijh{k.k & Lukrd Lrj gsrq fMtkbu
ijh{kk gsrq vkoafVr Hkkjkad fuEukuqlkj gksxk% o”kZ&nj&o”kZ ç’uksa dh la[;k vyx&vyx gks ,e-,QVsd esa bathfu;fjax {ks= ds dqN Á’u dk;ZØeksa ds fy,
ldrh gSA ikBîØeksa ds fy, ç’uksa esa dfBurk Hkh gksaxsA
dk Lrj vyx&vyx gks ldrk gSA çR;sd [kaM esa vkSj çR;sd ikB~;Øe ds fy, fyf[kr ços’k ijh{kk ls chMhbZ,l ds fy,
dk;ZØe ijh{kk Hkkfjr o”kZ&nj&o”kZ ç’uksa dh la[;k vyx&vyx gks lwphc) fd, x, mEehnokjksa dks ,d fLFkfr
cSpyj vkWQ lh,Vh 50% 2- jpukRed ;ksX;rk ijh{kk ¼lh,Vh½% ldrh gSA ikBîØeksa ds fy, ç’uksa esa dfBurk ijh{kk nsus dh vko’;drk gksrh gS] tks
fMtkbu th,Vh 30% ;g ijh{k.k Lukrd Lrj vkSj LukrdksRrj Lrj dk Lrj vyx&vyx gks ldrk gSA lkefxz;ksa ds fn, x, lsV ds lkFk fdlh fn,
fMtkbu dk;ZØeksa] nksuksa ds fy, varfuZfgr x, ifjfLFkfr ij lkefxz;ks dh gSaMfyax vkSj
fLFkfr ijh{kk 20%
{kerk] vo/kkj.kk fodkl esa voyksdu dh lkekU; {kerk ijh{kk ds ?kVd ¼lHkh dk;ZØeksa vfHkuo {kerk ds fy, mEehnokj ds dkS’ky
ekLVj vkWQ lh,Vh 40% ‘kfä] vkSj mEehnokj dh fMtkbu {kerk dk gsrq½ dk ewY;kadu djus gsrq ,d O;kogkfjd ijh{k.k
fMtkbu th,Vh 30% vkdyu djus ds fy, fd;k tkrk gSA ijh{k.k gSA
thMh@ihvkbZ 30% dk ,d egRoiw.kZ igyw] jax vkSj fp=.k dkS’ky 1½ ek=kRed {kerk% mEehnokjksa dh ek=kRed dksbZ Hkh vfrfjDr lkexzh Ánku@vuqeU; ugha
dk jpukRed vkSj vfHkuo mi;ksx gSA {kerk dk ijh{k.k djus ds fy, bl lc&VsLV dh tk,xhA

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ewY;kadu fd;k tk,xk% Nk;kÁfr½A ls larq”V ugha gS] rks og fdlh Hkh dSail esa
e‚My dk ewY;kadu LFkku –’;rk] vfHkuo 1) dSfj;j vfHkeq[khdj.k v/;;u ds fdlh Hkh ikBîØe ds fy, mls
vkSj lkexzh ds jpukRed mi;ksx] rRoksa dh 2) ikB~;Øe ds fy, ltxrk (v) vtk (SC)@vttk (ST)@vfio OBC Lohdkj djus ls euk dj ldrk gS] vFkok
lajpuk] jax ;kstuk] fuekZ.k dkS’ky] e‚My 3) ‘kS{kf.kd vkSj lg&ikBîp;kZ xfrfof/k;ksa esa (Non-Creamy)@’kkfo (PWD)¼okafNr Áek. ckn esa fdlh Hkh Lrj ij mlds ços’k dks
dh lVhdrk] vkSj lexz çLrqfr vkfn ds vk/ dqy feykdj O;fäxr miyfC/k;ka ki= ls lefFkZr½A jkT; ds ewyfuoklh lhVksa fujLr dj ldrk gSA
kkj ij fd;k tk,xkA bu ekinaMksa dks ekWMy 4) laÁs”k.k dh fLFkfr ds fy, ewyfuoklh dh fLFkfr dk
ds lkFk ÁLrqr fyf[kr lkexzh ds lkFk tkap 5) lkekU; tkx:drk vkSj ;ksX;rk, jpukRed fu.kZ; mEehnokj }kjk mifLFkr gq, Ldwy@ (iii) ;fn fdlh Hkh Lrj ij ;g ik;k tkrk gS
dh tk,xh] tks e‚My ds fuekZ.k ds ihNs vo/ vkSj ik’oZ lksp dkWyst ds irs ¼vgZrk fMxzh½] ds vk/kkj ij fd mEehnokj dks fdlh Hkh ifjlj@dk;ZØe esa
kkj.kk dks le>krk gksA pwafd ,uvkbZ,QVh fd;k tk,xk] tgka dgh ykxw gksA >wBh lwpuk ds vk/kkj ij] ;k çklafxd rF;ksa
esa funsZ’k dk ek/;e vaxzsth gS] blfy, ys[k lQy mEehnokjksa gsrq ijke’kZ l= dks fNikus ds }kjk ços’k feyk gS] vFkok ;fn
vaxzsth esa gksxkA fdlh Hkh vU; Hkk”kk esa ys[k (vi) f’k{k.k ‘kqYd dk for iks”k.k@ekrk&firk ;g ik;k tkrk gS fd ços’k fdlh Hkh xyrh
ds fy, dksbZ vad ugha fn;k tk,xkA ijh{kk çfØ;k esa lQy mEehnokjksa dks dh vk; ds ç dk vk/kkj vFkkZr o”kZ ;k =qfV ds dkj.k fn;k x;k Fkk] rks ços’k
dkmalfyax@ijke’kZ laca/kh fooj.k] tSls rjhdk] 2018&19 dh vk;dj] ekpZ&2019 fn, ,sls mEehnokj dks Mhth&,uvkbZ,QVh }
e‚My@fMtkbu cukus esa ckgjh@vfrfjä frfFk;ka vkSj çfØ;k ebZ@twu 2019 ds eghus esa dk osru çek.k i= vkfnA kjk] muds v/;;u ds nkSjku fdlh Hkh le;
lkexzh dk mi;ksx djus dh vuqefr ugha osclkbV ij miyC/k djkbZ tk,xhA mEehnokjksa fcuk fdlh lwpuk ds rqjar fujLr dj fn;k
gSA lkFk gh] ,sls mEehnokj tks fdlh Hkh dks lykg nh tkrh gS fd os vkSj tkudkjh (vii) esfMdy fQVusl dk ç ewy Áfr tk,xk] vkSj mEehnokj }kjk tek fd, x,
O;fäxr fooj.k fy[kdj ;k e‚My@fMtkbu@ ds fy, fu;fer :i ls ,uvkbZ,QVh osclkbV ij fu/kkZfjr çk:i esa fdlh iath—r esfMdy ‘kqYd dks tCr dj fy;k tk,xkA
ys[k ij fdlh Hkh igpku fpà yxkdj viuh dh tkap djsaA çSfDV’kuj }kjk gLrk{kj fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
igpku dk [kqyklk djus dk ç;kl djrs gSa (iv) ;fn dksbZ mEehnokj l= ds ‘kq: gksus
mUgsa ^v;ksX;* ?kksf”kr dj fn;k tk,xk] vkSj Áos’k ds fy, vko’;d nLrkost (viii) vLFkk;h ços’k ds bPNqd mEehnokj ds 7 fnuksa ds Hkhrj vkoafVr@iqu% vkoafVr
,sls mEehnokjksa ds vafre ifj.kke ?kksf”kr ugha gsrq #- 10@& ds xSj&U;kf;d LVSEi isij ij ,uvkbZ,QVh ifjlj esa fjiksVZ ugha djrk gS]
fd, tk,axsA ços’k ijh{kk mÙkh.kZ djus ds mijkUr] QksVksd‚ih ‘kiFk i=] dsoy ml ekeys esa tgka vgZrk rks mEehnokj ds ços’k dks fcuk fdlh lwpuk
ds lkFk fuEufyf[kr nLrkost ços’k ds fy, ijh{kk dk ifj.kke ?kksf”kr ugha fd;k x;k gS ds fujLr dj fn;k tk,xk] vkSj Hkqxrku fd,
fu.kkZ;dx.k }kjk LFky ij ijh{k.k dk vko’;d gksaxsA fpfdRlk ç dks NksM+dj ¼vuqyXud&I esa fn, x, çk:i esa½A x, f’k{k.k ‘kqYd dks tCr dj fy;k tk,xkA
ewY;kadu fd;k tk,xkA Hkfo”; ds lanHkZ ds ewy ç] lR;kiu ds ckn mEehnokj dks
fy, e‚My dks lajf{kr ugha fd;k tk,xkA okil dj fn, tk,axsA (ix) ,aVh&jSfxax ¼vuqyXud&II½ ds laca/k esa (v) egkfuns’kd fdlh Hkh Nk= ds Áos’k dks
,d ‘kiFki=A fof’k”V dkj.k ls fujLr dj ldrk gS] ;k
lewg ppkZ rFkk O;fDrxr lk{kkRdkj ¼thMh@ ¼i½ vgZrk ijh{kk ds ewy Á vFkkZr 12oha mls ,d fuf’pr vof/k ds fy, ckf/kr@oafpr
ihvkbZ½ & lHkh LukrdksRrj dk;ZØeksa ds fy, d{kk@fMxzh ¼vad lwph ,oa Á½ (x) ‘kqYd dh okilh ¼vuqyXud&IV½ ds laca/k dj ldrk gSA
LukrdksRrj ikBîØeksa esa ços’k ds ekeys esa] esa ,d ‘kiFki=A
fyf[kr ços’k ijh{kk ls LukrdksRrj dk;ZØeksa mEehnokjksa dks vgZrk fMxzh ijh{kk ds ewy (vi) ;g lqfuf’pr djuk mEehnokj dh
gsrq lwphc) mEehnokjksa dks dsl v/;;u çek.k i= ¼vadlwph vkSj Á½ Hkh ÁLrqr uksV%& ,dek= ftEesnkjh gksxh fd os iwjh rjg ;ksX;
vk/kkfjr lewg ppkZ ¼thMh½ vkSj O;fäxr djus dh vko’;drk gksxhA ;fn mEehnokj us ;fn mijksä esa ls dksbZ Hkh nLrkost fganh@ gSa vkSj ços’k ds fy, fu/kkZfjr lHkh ‘krksaZ dks
lk{kkRdkj ¼ihvkbZ½ ls xqtjuk vko’;d gSA vafre lsesLVj@vafre o”kZ ¼ykxw gksus ij½ dh vaxzsth ds vykok fdlh Hkh vU; Hkk”kk esa iwjk djrs gSaA lhV vkoaVu ds le; ços’k
thMh esa ,d dsl v/;;u ij yxHkx 15 ijh{kk nh gS] rks mls fiNys lHkh lsesLVj@o”kksaZ gS] rks vaxzsth@fganh esa ,d çkekf.kd vuqokn jlhn tkjh djus ls igys mEehnokjksa dks ;g
ls 20 feuV dh ppkZ ‘kkfey gksxh] ftlesa dh ewy vadlwph ÁLrqr djuh gksxhA ÁLrqr fd;k tkuk pkfg,] vkSj bls tkjhdrkZ lqfuf’pr djuk pkfg, fd os ços’k fooj.k
fo’ks”kKksa dk ,d iSuy fofHkUu ekudksa ij laLFkku@jktif=r vf/kdkjh@Lo;a ç iqfLrdk esa fu/kkZfjr lHkh ;ksX;rk ekunaMksa dks
mEehnokj dk vkdyu djsxk] tSls% (ii) ;fn mEehnokj vgZrk ijh{kk@foHkkxh; ¼ewy vkSj QksVksd‚ih½ }kjk fof/kor lR;kfir iwjk djrk gSA ;fn dk;ZØe dh iwjh vof/k ds
¼vafre o”kZ@lsesLVj½ ijh{kk ds fy, mifLFkr djrs gq, ijke’kZ@ços’k ds le; mEehnokj } nkSjku fdlh Hkh Lrj ij ik;k ;g tkrk gS]
1) vo/kkj.kk dh Li”Vrk gqvk gS] vkSj ifj.kke visf{kr gS] rks ijh{kk ds kjk ÁLrqr fd;k tkuk pkfg,A visf{kr çkekf. fd mEehnokj vko’;d ik=rk ‘krksaZ dks iwjk
2) fn, x, fo”k; dk Kku fy, MsVk&’khV@ços’k i= ÁLrqr fd;k tkuk kd vuqokn ÁLrqr ugha djus ij mEehnokj dks ugha djrk gS] rks mldk ços’k fujLr dj
3) fo”k; ij fd;k x;k ;ksxnku pkfg,A ços’k nsus ls badkj fd;k tk ldrk gSA fn;k tk,xk] vkSj iwjk ‘kqYd tCr dj fy;k
4) ikjLifjd dkS’ky tk,xk(
5) u, fopkjksa ds l`tu dh {kerk (iii) ^,uvkbZ,QVh ,pvks* ds i{k esa visf{kr Áos’k dks fujLr djuk%
6) leL;k fuokj.k igqap ‘kqYd ds cSad Mªk¶V rS;kj fd, tkus pkfg,A (vii) ;ksX;rk jSafdax dsoy ml dk;ZØ
7) usr`Ro ds xq.k mEehnokj dk uke] ijke’kZ dh rkjh[k] Qksu@ (i) ços’k ijh{kk esa vgZrk çkIr djus ek= ls] ds fy, ekU; gksxh] ftlds fy, mEehnokj
8) ÁHkkoh laÁs”k.k eksckby uacj] dk;ZØe dk uke]] jSad okLrfod rkSj ij] fdlh dk;ZØe esa ços’k mifLFkr gqvk gS vkSj fdlh Hkh vU; dk;ZØe@
vkSj jksy uacj] cSad Mªk¶V ds ihNs mYys[k fd, ds fy, mEehnokj dks vf/kdkj ÁkIr ugha gks esa ços’k ds fy, bldk mi;ksx ugha fd;k
O;fDrxr lk{kkRdkj tkus pkfg,A tk,xkA tk ldrk gSA blds vykok] mEehnokj dh
;ksX;rk jSafdax dsoy ‘kSf{kd l= 2019&20 ds
O;fäxr lk{kkRdkj esa ,d iSuy }kjk uhps (iv) tUefrfFk ls laca/k esa lk{; ¼ek/;fed (ii) ;fn ,uvkbZ,QVh fdlh mEehnokj ds fy, ekU; gksxhA
lwphc) fofHkUu ekudksa ij mEehnokjksa dk Ldwy vadlwph vkSj Á½ ¼ewy ,oa pfj=] fiNys O;ogkj ;k iwoZorhZ thouo`Rr

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uksV% lHkh ços’k egkfuns’kd] ,uvkbZ,QVh ugha fd;k tk,xkA gsrq osclkbV ns[kus vFkok ,uvkbZ,QVh dSail
}kjk fu/kkZfjr dh xbZ vafre frfFk dks ;k ds lacaf/kr vf/kdkfj;ksa ls laidZ djus dh
mlls iwoZ iwjs fd, tk,axsA (iii) Áos’k okil ysus ds lkis{k /kuokilh lykg nh tkrh gSA
fuEukuqlkj fu;af=r gksxh%
/;ku nsus ;ksX; ckrsa% f’k{kk _.k
• ,uvkbZ,QVh fdlh Hkh dksfpax d{kkvksa dh Ø-la- le; okil dh vfuoklh
flQkfj’k ;k leFkZu ugha djrk gSA xbZ jkf’k Hkkjrh;@ ,uvkbZ,QVh us C;kt dh fo’ks”k nj ds lkFk
• ,uvkbZ,QVh ds ikl fdlh Hkh ifjlj esa lkdZ@ Nk= f’k{kk _.k Ánku djus gsrq ;wfu;u cSad
fdlh Hkh dk;ZØe dks tksM+us ;k can djus dk fons’kh v‚Q bafM;k ¼;wchvkbZ½ ds lkFk ,d le>kSrk
vf/kdkj lqjf{kr gSA ukxfjd Kkiu ij gLrk{kj fd;k gSA gkykafd Nk=
• flQkfj’k ds ek/;e ls ços’k çfØ;k dks mEehnokj C;kt dh çfrLi/khZ njksa ij f’k{kk _.k çkIr
çHkkfor djus dk dksbZ Hkh ç;kl mEehnokjksa 1 17 tqykbZ iath;u 50 Áfr’kr djus ds fy, fdlh Hkh cSad ls laidZ dj
dkss rRdky v;ksX; ?kksf”kr djsxkA 2019 dks 'kqYd dks f’k{k.k ldrs gSaA
• th,Vh ;k lh,Vh ds iqueZqY;kadu gsrq vuqjks/k ;k blls NksM+dj iwjh ‘kqYd vkSj
fuEufyf[kr dh tkap rd çfrcaf/kr gksaxs% iwoZ Qhl iath;u ,uvkbZ,QVh ehUl&de&esfjV foRrh;
• D;k lHkh mÙkjksa dk ewY;kadu fd;k x;k gS 2 17 tqykbZ 50 Áfr'kr ‘kqYd dks lgk;rk ;kstuk
• vadks ds dqy tksM+ esa xyrh 2019 ds f'k{k.k
ckn ijUrq 'kqYd vkSj iwjh Qhl
ços’k i= dh LdSu dh xbZ çfr ds fcuk Hksts ,uvkbZ,QVh ehUl&de&esfjV foÙkh; lgk;rk
x, fdlh Hkh vuqjks/k ij fopkj ugha fd;k dkmalfyax iath;u ;kstuk esa fd, x, çko/kkuksa ds vuqlkj ,sls
tk,xkA ds vafre 'kqYd dks
es/kkoh Nk=ksa dks fufnZ”V lfClMh çnku djrk
nkSj ds NksM+dj iwjh
vkjaHk gksus Qhl
gS] ftUgsa foÙkh; lgk;rk dh vko’;drk gksrh
uksV% Áos’k dh ÁfØ;k ds laca/k esa lHkh lwpuk ds iwoZ gSA bl ;kstuk ds rgr foÙkh; lgk;rk dh
dsoy ,uvkbZ,QVh osclkbV ij miyC/k gksxhA miyC/krk dks vk’oLr ugha fd;k tk ldrk
3 dkmalfyax dsoy lqj{kk tekjkf’k
,uvkbZ,QVh esa vkosnu djus okys vH;fFkZ;ksa gSA
ds vafre
dks ;g eku fy;k tk,xk fd mUgksaus viuh nkSj ds vk-
ik=rk rFkk ÁfØ;k dh le> gS ftUgsa osclkbV jaHk gksus ds tks Nk= bl lqfo/kk dk ykHk mBkus ds bPNqd
ij ÁdV fd;k x;k gSA mEehnokj dh vksj dh frfFk gSa] mUgsa ços’k ds ckn vius ifjlj esa Nk=
ls dh xbZ fdlh Hkh xyr O;k[;k vFkok dks vFkok fodkl xfrfof/k leUo;d ¼,lMh,lh½ ls
tkx:drk dh deh ds fy, ,uvkbZ,QVh blds ckn* laidZ djuk pkfg,A
ftEesnkj ugha gksxkA
**dkmalfyax ds vafre nkSj ds vkjaHk dh frfFk ,uvkbZ,QVh] ifjlj esa Nk= lgk;rk dk;ZØe
Áos’k ds mijkUr Áos’k dks okil ysuk rFkk dh lwpuk ,uvkbZ,QVh dh osclkbV ij Ánku ds ek/;e ls Hkh lgk;rk çnku djrk gSA
‘kqYd dh okilh% dh tk,xhA ;g laLFkku ds fy, Nk= }kjk çnku dh xbZ
fufnZ”V lsokvksa ds lkis{k mUgsa ikfjJfed çnku
(i) dksbZ mEehnokj] ftlus ,d ckj ços’k uksV djrk gSA
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gSA mEehnokjksa dks ços’k okil ysus ds fy, ,uvkbZ,QVh dSail ls nwljs esa fHkUu gks ldrs
vkosnu djrs le; ijke’kZ@ços’k ds le; gSaA mEehnokj }kjk ços’k ysus@HkrhZ gksus ds nkSjku
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dh vko’;drk gksxhA ços’k dh okilh ds vko’;d gSA mEehnokjksa dks Nk=kokl lqfo/kk
vuqjks/kksa dks ewy ços’k jlhn ds fcuk fopkj vkSj lacaf/kr [kpksaZ ds ckjs esa foLr`r tkudkjh

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Hostel Accommodation and Other Expenses

Hostel fee and other expenses, indicated in Admission Prospectus may vary from one
NIFT Campus to another. The hostel fee is required to be paid by the candidate directly to
the Campus at the time of admission/joining. Candidates are advised to visit the website
or contact the concerned authorities of the NIFT Campuses for detailed information
regarding hostel accommodation and related expenses.

Educational Loan

NIFT has signed an MOU with the Union Bank of India (UBI) for Student Education Loans
at a special rate of interest. However students may approach any bank to get education
loan at competitive rates of interest.

Scholarships : NIFT Means-cum-Merit Financial Assistance Scheme

NIFT offers specified subsidies to meritorious students who are in need of financial
assistance as per the provisions made in Means-cum-Merit Financial Assistance Scheme.
Availability of Financial Assistance under this scheme cannot be assured.

Students who are interested in availing this facility should submit their application
along with parental income certificate and contact the Student Development Activity
Coordinator (SDAC) at their campus after admission.

NIFT also offers assistance through a Student Assistantship Programme on campus. This
offers remuneration for specified services rendered by the student for the Institute.

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Based on Bruno Munari’s idea of design as art and
its continued relevance to society, the artwork looks
at a multiplicity of perspectives and interpretations
that NIFT operates with. The circle and the triangle
arranged in different permutations are drawn from
the NIFT logo.

Design Team

• Corporate Communications team

• Ms Surbhi Ahuja, Assistant Professor
• Ms Bhavya Kumar, Mdes Semester III
• Ms Harshita Malviya, Mdes Semester I
• Mr Kartik Singh, Mdes Semester I
• Ms Pranati Mathur, Mdes Semester I
• Mr Vaibhav Negi, FC Semester VII
• Mr Siddharth Kothiyal, FC Semester VII

NIFT acknowledges the design inputs of faculty and

students during the design workshop held at NIFT Chennai,
National Institute of Fashion Technology Mumbai & New Delhi and images from CCC database
Ministry of Textiles, Government of India collected from all NIFT campuses.
A Statutory Institute governed by the NIFT Act 2006
bengaluru, bhopal,
bhubaneswar, chennai,
gandhinagar, hyderabad,
jodhpur, kangra, kannur,
kolkata, mumbai, new delhi,
patna, raebareli, shillong,
srinagar |

National Institute of Fashion Technology

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

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