NIFT Admission 2021 Has Been Started From December 14, 2020, Read Here How To Apply

The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has invited candidates for admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The online registrations have begun from today December 14, 2020, at the official website of NIFT – and will remain open till January 21 however, interested candidates can apply till January 24 with an extra fee of Rs.5000.

The official statement said, “The exam for NIFT admission 2021 to UG and PG programs will be conducted on February 14, 2021. It is expected that the result will be declared by March 2021. The selected candidates will be invited for the final round that is the interview round. After clearing an interview the admission process will be followed by counselling. The intention of conducting a written entrance exam is to test the skill, knowledge, and aptitude of the candidates for the chosen programs.”


The exam pattern for Undergraduate and postgraduate courses:

Programs BDES MDES
Paper Name GAT GAT
Language of written exam English or Hindi English or Hindi
Time duration 120 min 120 min


Pattern of exam:

Selections No. of Question (BDES) No. of Questions (MDES)
Quantitative aptitude 20 20
English comprehension 25 30
Analytical ability 15 25
Communication ability 25 30
GA and current affairs 15 15
Total 100 120


Candidates are advised to visit the official website of NIFT to know the exam pattern of fashion technology. For the convenience of the student, we provide the exam pattern below-

Selections No. of Question (BFTECH) No. of Question (MFTECH) No. of Questions (MFM)
Quantitative aptitude 30 30 10
English comprehension & communication ability 45 45 50
Analytical ability 25 25 25
Case study 25 25 40
GA and current affairs 25 25 25
Total 150 150 150


NIFT has adopted a format of majors, deepening specializations, minors, and general electives. The Craft Cluster Initiative has been integrated into the curriculum activities. Increased industry interaction for students through classroom projects, internships, and part transactions in the industry environment. The contact hours have been recalibrated to 25 hours per week, also providing extra time for studio practice and self-study to the students claims the institute.

The college included which offer courses – BDES in Fashion Design, BDES in Leather Design, BDES in Textile Design, BDES in Knitwear Design, BFTech in apparel production, Master of Design, Master of Fashion Management and Technology.


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