What is the syllabus for nift entrance exam?

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Doing a NIFT course is a Dream for every student Designing aspirant.

Many people write the qualifying NIFT entrance exam but only few clear it. The exam can be cleared in the first attempt is not difficult. Comprehending the syllabus is the first step to success in this exam.

Syllabus-for-NIFT entrance-exam

By taking NIFT, entrance exam candidates can join the following courses

    1. Bachelor of Design


    1. Master of Design


    1. Bachelor of Fashion Technology


    1. Master of Fashion Technology


    1. Master of Fashion Technology



    • For the all the above courses, taking the GAT (General Aptitude Test) is mandatory


    • For the courses 1,2 you have to appear for CAT test (Creative Ability Test) also


    • Aspirants for the course1 are eligible to take up Situation Test after clearing GAT and CAT


    • Aspirants choosing courses 2,3,4,5 are eligible for the Group Discussion and Personal Interview once they clear their respective first round tests.


Syllabus for GAT

          1.  Quantitative Ability

Addition, subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Ratio and Proportion, Percentages, Work and Task, Fraction, Rate of interest, Distance

    1. Communication Ability English Comprehension


Comprehension skills, synonyms, singular-plural, one-word substitutes, idioms, correct spellings,

    1. Analytical Ability and Logical Ability


Inference and logical skills are tested; reasoning should be applied for few questions

    1. General Knowledge Affairs


Current affairs, general awareness


Syllabus for CAT

Examiners assessing this test give their grades based on Candidates’

    • Creativity


    • Innovation in Concept development


    • Design Ability


    • Observation Power


    • Innovative use of Colors


    • Skills of Illustration


Syllabus for Situation Test

Situation Test is designed to test your conceptual skills, neatness, creative use of materials given at the time of the test, work methodology, color selection and overall presentation.

Group Discussion (GD) and Personal Interview (PI)

Examiners look out for the following skills in the candidates during GD and PI

    • Concept clarity


    • Ability to generate new ideas


    • Leadership skills


    • Interpersonal skills


    • Problem solving capability


    • Career orientation


    • General awareness skills


    • Communication skills


There are numerous guides and books to help you prepare for this exam.  Also, solve mock, sample and previous year papers to clear the exam in the first attempt.

Default Answered on March 25, 2019.
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