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NIFT 2023 registration process starts; know entrance exam date, result, counselling schedule

The deadline to fill out the NIFT 2023 application form is till December 31.

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NIFT 2023 registration process starts; know entrance exam date, result, counselling schedule

The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) has released the registration process for the NIFT entrance exam 2023. Interested candidates can visit the official website of NIFT at nift.ac.in. NIFT has released the official notification detailing the exam schedule and counselling schedule.

The deadline to fill out the NIFT 2023 application form is till December 31. However, candidates can register till the first week of January 2023 with a late fee of ₹5000.

NIFT Entrance Exam Dates 2023

The NIFT UG/ PG examination will be conducted on February 5, 2023, and the result will be declared in March 2023. Candidates who qualify in the written exam will next have to appear in a Situation Test/Personal Interview.

The final results for the NIFT 2023 will be declared in May 2023. It will be prepared by considering the performance of the candidate in the written exam and Situation Test/Personal Interview.

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EventDates
Online application form of NIFT 2023 opensNovember 1, 2022
Deadline to submit applications with regular feeDecember 31, 2023
Last date to submit applications with late fees1st week of January 2023
Release of admit cards3rd week of January 2023
Mock TestsTo be notified
Conduct of NIFT 2023 exam dateFebruary 5, 2023
Release of series-wise answer keys for GAT2nd week of February 2023
Window to file objections against the GAT answer key2nd week of February 2023
Declaration of results for NIFT 2023 written testsMarch 2023
Choice filling for Situation Test (B.Des)To be notified
Uploading documents for GD (PI)To be notified
Issue of admit cards for Situation TestTo be notified
Situation Test for BDesApril 2023
Personal InterviewApril 2023
Declaration of Final result for NIFT 2023 for UG and PG programsMay 2023
Registration for counseling startsMay-June 2023
Seat AllotmentMay-June 2023
Fresh registration for Spot RoundMay-June 2023
Seat Allotment for Spot RoundMay-June 2023

NIFT Counselling Schedule 2023

The seat allotment for NIFT 2023 will be conducted separately for PwD and non-PwD categories. 

NIFT 2023 Seat Allotment Schedule 

Counseling eventDates
Online Registration, Choice filling, and locking May-June 2023  
Allotment Schedule of PwD candidates
Online allotment of seats May-June 2023
Online payment of feesMay-June 2023
Reconciliation of vacant seatsMay-June 2023

NIFT 2023 Seat Allotment – non-PwD category

Counseling eventDates
Online Registration, Choice filling and l.ocking May-June 2023
Round I
Online allotment of seats May-June 2023
Online payment of feesMay-June 2023
Reconciliation of vacant seatsMay-June 2023
Round II
Online allotment of seats May-June 2023
Online payment of feesMay-June 2023
Reconciliation of vacant seatsMay-June 2023
Round III
Online allotment of seats May-June 2023
Online payment of feesMay-June 2023
Reconciliation of vacant seatsMay-June 2023
Round IV
Online allotment of seats May-June 2023
Online payment of feesMay-June 2023
Reconciliation of vacant seatsMay-June 2023
Round V
Online allotment of seats May-June 2023
Online payment of feesMay-June 2023
Reconciliation of vacant seatsMay-June 2023
Round VI 
Online allotment of seats May-June 2023
Online payment of feesMay-June 2023
Spot Round 
Online registration starts for Spot Round May-June 2023
Seat allotment for Spot Round May-June 2023
Seat-acceptance fee paymentMay-June 2023

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IIM Ahmedabad launches two-year hybrid MBA programme for working professionals, complete details here

The MBA programme offers on-campus, face-to-face, and live interactive online sessions, designed for a seasoned cohort of participants with a minimum of three years of work experience.

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The Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA), has launched a two-year Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme in hybrid mode for working professionals and entrepreneurs.

The online MBA programme in blended mode comprises, on-campus, face-to-face, and live interactive online sessions, designed for a seasoned cohort of participants with a minimum of three years of work experience.

To be considered for admission, applicants must have a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent and a minimum of three years of full-time work experience. The admission process involves an admission test (IIMA Admission Test (IAT)/ CAT/ GMAT/GRE) and a personal interview.

The programme will primarily utilise synchronous online learning, supplemented by five distinct on-campus modules. The programme emphasizes a case-based approach to provide practical learning experiences that will equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills for success in today’s dynamic business landscape, as announced by the institute.

On the launch of the hybrid programme, the director of the institute, Professor Bharat Bhasker expressed his excitement over the launch of the new MBA programme and said the Online MBA programme will expand IIMA’s reach and provide world-class education to working professionals and entrepreneurs around the world.

This innovative program combines the flexibility of online learning with the richness of on-campus interaction, ensuring participants gain the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their chosen careers, he added.

Professor Joshy Jacob, Chairperson of the Online MBA programme, explained the format of the program. He said that the curriculum is designed to provide participants with the necessary functional and organizational skills to succeed in a challenging world. The program aims to upskill working professionals by teaching them managerial decision-making frameworks that are rooted in human behaviour, economics, finance, and other relevant areas.

In-person classes held at IIMA focus on complex interpersonal and organizational dynamics that are difficult to master. Conversely, online sessions conducted through live classes concentrate on content that is more suitable for quantitative and systematic analysis.

Aspirants enrolling for the programme are requested to visit the official website of the institution for more details.

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At IIT Kharagpur convocation, President Droupadi Murmu says not a single Indian institute among Top 50 in the world

Over 3000 students received degrees during the institutes 69th convocation ceremony. President Murmu congratulated all the students and wished them best of luck for the future. The president noted that 21% of the students receiving the degrees are daughters. She wished them special congratulations.

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While addressing the 69th annual convocation of IIT Kharagpur, President Droupadi Murmu on Monday said there is not a single institute in the country has been able to secure a place in the top 50 educational institutions of the world and IIT Kharagpur, being the oldest IIT in the country, must work in that direction. She added that while a good ranking is not important, it helps attract top faculty from across the world and increases the reputation of the country.

President Murmu said that everyone must get access to technology. It helps lessen the gap in the society and digital payment is very good example of the same. She said technology should be used for promoting social justice and equality and should not widen the gap in the society. The President gave the example of Digital Payment System Technology is the best example of simplifying the lives of the common people.

She said today even the smallest shopkeepers are using digital payment for very small amounts. Over 3000 students received degrees during the institutes 69th convocation ceremony. President Murmu congratulated all the students and wished them best of luck for the future. The president noted that 21% of the students receiving the degrees are daughters. She wished them special congratulations.

She said she believed that greater participation of women in the field of science and technology is important for a healthy and strong society. A total of 9 students were awarded gold medals by the IIT on Monday. President Murmu said that by year 2047, the nation has set the goal of a making India a developed country. Keeping this vision mind, the government of India is moving ahead with the idea of inclusive growth. The President said the students have to make revolutionary efforts to develop and bring technology to the ground.

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CBSE announces Class 10th, 12th board exam date

CBSE class 10th and 12th board exams are scheduled to take place from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. The 55-day board exam period starts from February 15 to April 2.

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The date sheet for the class 10 and 12 board exams in 2024 has been released by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) today, December 12.

It can be found on their official websites, cbse.gov.in and cbse.nic.in. Exams for classes 10 and 12 will start on February 15. The complete exam schedule has now been released available by the board.

CBSE class 10th and 12th board exams are scheduled to take place from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm. The 55-day board exam period starts from February 15 to April 2. The class 12 examinations will end on April 2, while the class 10 board exams will end on March 13.

Exams for class 10 English, science, social science and maths are scheduled to be held on February 26, March 2, March 7, and March 11, respectively. The exams for class 12 will be begin from accountancy, which will be held on March 23, pol science will held on March 22, economics on March 18, and history on March 28. Information technology and computer science will conclude the exam on April 2.

20% of the questions on the CBSE Board Exam 2024 question paper will be response-type questions, and 50% of the questions will be competency- or case-based. 30% of the questions will be a mix of long and short answer questions, and 20% of them will be multiple-choice (MCQ) questions. For the previous year’s board exams, 38,64,373 students registered in total.

The criterion for calculating percentages in the Class 10 and 12 board exams of 2024 has been announced by the CBSE. Students in classes 10 and 12 will not be given an overall division, distinction, or aggregate beginning this year.

Last year, the results for class 10th and 12th were announced on May 12, 2023. However, as of yet CBSE has not decleared the result dates.

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