NIFT Admit Card 2021
Updated: Jan 4, 2021
NIFT Admit Card will be issued by NIFT authorities on 1st Feburary, 2021 in online mode only. NIFT Admit card will be issued only to those candidates who have successfully submitted their Application Forms along with the applicable fees in the stipulated time. The Admit Cards can be downloaded from NIFT official website after logging in and entering the Candidate's required credentials. Applicants can download their Admit Cards from https://applyadmission.net/nift2021 or www.nift.ac.in from 1st Feburary, 2021. Thereafter, the candidate is required to take a clear printout of the Admit Card and check the details like Name of the Candidate, roll numbers, exam centres etc for accuracy. If any discrepancies are observed, then NIFT authorities should be immediately contacted.The NIFT Admit Card is to carried to the NIFT examination centre along with the required ID proof. Entry to the examination centre will be allowed with NIFT Admit Cards only, failing which the candidate will not be allowed to sit for the exam. Candidates should reach the examination centre at least 60 minutes before the begining of the exam. Mobiles and infotech gadgets are not allowed inside the examination centre. NIFT will not send the admit cards to the applicants by post or email. Applicants are advised to regularly check the NIFT official website for important updates. NIFT will conduct the first phase paper and pen based examination on 14th Feburary, 2021 for UG and PG courses. Read this article to to get complete information about NIFT Admit Card 2021.
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How to download NIFT Admit Card 2021
The steps to download NIFT Admit Card 2021 are given below:
Step 1: Visit the NIFT official website.
Step 2: Click on 'NIFT Admit Card' link.
Step 3: Enter any two of the details: NIFT Application No, Date of Birth or email ID.
Step 4: Click on 'Submit' button.
Step 5: You can now view your Admit Card. Download the Admit Card.
Step 6: Take a clear Print of your admit card.
Step 7: Check for any discrepancies.
Step 7: If all details are accurate, store your NIFT Admit Card carefully for future use.
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NIFT Admit Card 2021 Download Link
The download link for NIFT Admit Card 2021 will be provided as soon as it is available on the NIFT website.
NIFT Admit Card 2021 Date
Following are the important dates related to NIFT Admit Card 2021
|Issue of NIFT Admit Card||1st Feb, 2021|
|NIFT First Phase Written Examination||14th Feb, 2021|
What details to check on NIFT Admit Card 2021?
The Admit Card contains the following details. Candidate's should check the details carefully for any discrepancies.
- Name of the Candidate
- Father's Name
- Roll No.
- Examination Centre
- Date and Time of Exam
- Candidate's Photograph
- Chosen Programme
What to carry along with NIFT Admit Card?
Candidates should carry any one of the following original Photo ID Cards along with NIFT Admit Card to the examination centre:
Voter ID Card
ID Card issued by school/college last attended
NIFT Admit Card for Situation Test
Shortlisted Candidates from the first phase are called for the second phase examination ie Situation Test for BDes and GD/PI for MDes, MFM and MFTech exams. The selected candidates for the second round need to download another Admit Card to appear for Situation Test/GD/PI. For this, the candidate needs to visit the NIFT official website, enter the required credentials such as DOB, email id, Application Number or Roll Number, and then hit the Submit button. The candidate can now view the Admit Card on the Screen. The candidate can now download the Admit Card and take a clear printout for future reference.
How to prepare for NIFT entrance exam?
Following are some of the important article links for NIFT exam preparation:
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