• Establishment Year

    New

    1995

    age > 20 years

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    Private College

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Faculty

A variety of teaching and learning techniques are employed to impart knowledge and skills to students at National Institute of Fashion Technology in its various departments.

Scholarships

4.1

Under this Scheme financial Assistance to undergraduate students shall be

provided as follows:

Category

Parental Income ceiling per anum

Percentage of Financial

Assistance

A.

Upto

`

. 1.0 Lakhs

75% of the Tuition Fee

B.

Above

`

1.0 Lakhs to

`

2.5 Lakhs

50% of the Tuition Fee

C.

Above

`

2.5 Lakhs to

`

4.0 Lakhs

25% of the Tuition Fee

4.2

Under this Scheme financial Assistance at Centre level shall be provided to

postgraduate students at the Centre

Income ceiling per anum

Percentage Financial Assistance

Upto

`

1.0 Lakhs

50% of the Tuition Fee

Upto

`

1.0 to 2.5 Lakhs

25% of the Tuition Fee

5.0

Eligibility Criteria for application:

The students who fulfill the following criteria may apply for the financial assistance

under this Scheme

5.1

Undergraduate and Postgraduate students of the regular programme of NIFT

excluding those admitted under NRI/ NRI sponsored category.

5.2

The students fulfilling the criteria of parental income slab as stipulated in

section 4.1 & 4.2.

5.3

All the eligible first year students may apply irrespective of their ranks and

marks in the entrance exam ,

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5.4

For the continuation of financial assistance to the students in 2

nd

, 3

rd

and 4

th

year of undergraduate level and 2

nd

year of postgraduate level, minimum

average 6.00 SGPA in the last two consecutive semesters will be a necessary

condition. The students will be required to submit their application for

continuation of financial assistance in the next year along with all the

documents in the beginning of the semester i.e. before the end of previous

semester. This will be decided by the Centre before the fee is collected for the

semester, from the students.

5.5

The student should not have failed in any semester in the previous years of

study in NIFT and must have cleared all the subjects of the previous

semesters. Provided, relaxation may be sought from the competent authority in

case a student has repeated the semester due to health reason

.

5.6

A post graduate student’s eligibility will only be on the satisfaction of the

Screening Committee that if s/he is not able to provide collateral for availing

the bank loan and his / her parental income falls within the prescribe income

slabs.

5.7

The student involved in any major or minor disciplinary violation, he/ she should

not be eligible for subsidy during his/her remaining course at NIFT.

5.8

The students are required to apply for financial assistance under the scheme in

a prescribed form given at

Format A

. Only those applications will be

considered which are completed and supported by the prescribed mandatory

as well as applicable documents. Any blanks left in the application form will be

construed as non disclosure of information, the incomplete application forms

and non disclosure of relevant facts will lead to rejection of form.

5.9

Students will have to submit an undertaking with the application form to the

effect that the scholarship may be withdrawn and penalty imposed if the

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documents submitted as income proof are found to be false after verification.

The undertaking is prescribed within

Format A

5.10

The students getting any other financial assistance / reimbursement towards

expenditure on education from any other source viz Central / State Government

/ PSU / Trusts / private persons etc shall not be eligible to apply for the financial

assistance. under this scheme.

5.11

If the number of students goes beyond 25% of the overall student strength of

the NIFT Centres, the financial assistance will be given on the basis of

prioritization of the students. In case of prioritization students whose parental

income is the lowest, will get the priority.

6.0

Documents to be submitted with the Application Form for Financial Assistance:

The students should submit mandatory as well as applicable documents along with

the application form. These are as follows:

6.1

Mandatory Document:

i.

One copy of passport size photograph with signature.

ii.

Income declaration-affidavit

(Format B)

on non-judicial stamp paper of

`

10

(Rupees Ten) by each parent

iii.

Proof of permanent residence.

iv.

Photocopies of Passport and PAN card of parents / guardian and applicant

v.

School leaving certificate for class X and XII (Proof of school fee, wherever

possible).

vi.

The copy of receipt of tuition fee paid for the current semester i.e. July –

December

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vii.

Schedule (

Format C

– details of agricultural land and property, etc.) duly

signed by parent with relevant revenue record.

viii.

Bank statements for the last 12 months for all the accounts mentioned in

Schedule (

Format C).

6.2

Copy of Following Documents (If applicable):-

i.

3 year’s Income Tax returns copy/Form 16 for salaried / 16 A for business

owners.

ii.

Vehicle registration copy

iii.

Tehsildar certificate of agriculture land alongwith certified revenue records

such as khasra, khatouni.

iv.

Documents related to others scholarship / sponsorship receipt

v.

Document related to SC / ST / OBC / PHP certificate

7.0

Process

7.1

The students will have to apply in the prescribed

Format A

in their respective

Centres, along with all the required and applicable document within the timeline

prescribed in the Schedule in Section 9.0. The forms will be made available in

their respective departments/ office of the Centre Director.

7.2

The forms completed in all respect with supporting documents should be

submitted by the student to the Centre Directors through their respective

course coordinators. The income details are to be submitted in

Format B and

Format C

under the signature of both the parents.

7.3

There will be two levels of scrutiny for the applications:

i.

The first level committee will be a Scrutiny Committee of three members and

will be constituted by the Centre Director. It will have at least one faculty

member.

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ii.

First level will entail desk scrutiny of application forms and proposing eligibility

on the basis of total income of both the parents from all the sources and other

income such as Agricultural, Business, Rent etc. It will also scrutinize whether

all relevant information and documents are completed with the application

forms. All incomplete forms will be recorded so by the Scrutiny Committee

and these will be put separately after the approval of the Centre Director.

iii.

Second Level will include interaction of the student with the Screening

Committee comprising following members :

a)

Registrar

b)

Deputy Registrar (Finance & Accounts)

c)

Course Co-ordinator of the course (of which student has applied).

d)

One senior faculty member nominated by the Director.

e)

Student Development Activity Co-ordinator

7.4

The Committee would interview individual student and make a record note of

the interview of each student who has applied for the financial assistance and

has been found eligible by the Scrutiny Committee. The note should be

recorded in the prescribed form

Format D

is to be signed by all the members.

The committee would also recommend whether the applicant is eligible for the

financial assistance, if so, the rate of financial assistance. The committee would

also give their reasons in short for not recommending the financial assistance

or the reduction in the rate of financial assistance applied by the student.

7.5

The suggested parameters for the consideration of the scrutiny committee are

given in

Format E

7.6

Recommendations of the Scrutiny Committee shall be put up to the Centre

Director for necessary approval and disbursal.

7.7

In case more than 25% of the students in a centre are found eligible, the centre

Director shall forward a proposal to the Director General for seeking relaxation.

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The Director General after examining all such proposals may relax upto 25% of

the overall strength of the NIFT.

7.8

The Centre Director will prioritize students in favour of lower income, for the

purpose of relaxation in the section 7.7

7.9

The student who is not satisfied with the decision taken by the centre in respect

of financial assistance can appeal to the Head Academic Affairs through Centre

Director within 2 weeks from the declaration of final list of beneficiaries. The

Centre Director will forward the appeal alongwith his comments to the Head –

Academic Affairs for decision of Academic Appeals Committee. The 2

nd

appellate authority would be Director General and the Board of Governors of

the NIFT..

7.10

Disbursement of the financial assistance - The process of disbursal will be as

follows:

i.

All the students have to pay the prescribed tuition fee of the first semester of

the academic year i.e. session July – December.

ii

The financial assistance awarded to the student would be adjusted in the

next semester’s tuition fee i.e. session January – June.

iii.

While paying fee for 2

nd

semester onwards, the student may make

provision for financial assistance sanctioned and deposit the remaining fee.

iii

A certificate which is numbered and signed by the Registrar and SDAC

jointly will be given to the students. For the ease of operation this certificate

may be printed on a coloured paper and coded.

iv

This certificate will be issued only after receiving approval of the Centre

Director.

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v The student will submit this certificate to the Accounts Section through

SDAC. The Accounts Section will give acknowledgements informing date

of disbursal of financial assistance.

vi

All reimbursements will be paid through the bank in the bank account as

informed by the parent in the application form.

vii

Steps will also be taken by SDAC to inform parents / guardians of such fee

reimbursement.

7.11

The approved final list of recipients of Financial Assistance should be

forwarded in the prescribed

Format F

to Academic Affairs Department, Head

Office for information after disbursal.

7.12

The application forms from the students with detailed documents will be sought

in the first year. In the subsequent years documents on income etc will be

sought, to verify whether the income levels are within the prescribed slabs or

they have increased. As per prescribed slabs, the level of financial assistance

will be changed accordingly.

7.13

A student may appeal to the Academic Appeal Committee, if s/he is not

satisfied with the decision of the Centre.

7.14

If any student feels aggrieved by the decision of the Centre Director in his / her

case, s/he can seek redressal by representing case to the Academic Appeal

Committee. The Academic Appeal Committee will call report from the Centre as

well as view of the applicant including in cases where applicant has not been

able to provide some mandatory/applicable document due to situation beyond

his/her control. On the basis of available evidence Academic appeal Committee

will make decision in a detailed manner. The Committee will communicate its

view to the centre Director for disbursal / communication to the student.

7.15

The 2

nd

and final appeal would lie with the Director General and the Board of

Governors, respectively.

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8.0

Exceptions:

8.1

NIFT reserves the right to impose penalty alongwith reimbursement and

discontinue the financial assistance, if at any point of time it is found that a

student has given incorrect information or hidden relevant facts.

8.2

The case in 2

nd

to 4

th

year of a course should normally be from the list of the

students who have been awarded financial assistance in the first year.

However, in exceptional circumstances, with prior approval of the Centre

Director, the Scrutiny / Screening Committee can consider new cases for

financial assistance from the students studying in 2

nd

, 3

rd

or 4

th

year.

8.3.

There have been instances when due to certain emergencies such as loss of

earning member, the student may need financial assistance. In such cases,

there should not be any need for adhering to the schedule of disbursal. Such

cases could be considered as an exception even in mid-term by the Screening

Committee, with the approval of the Centre Director.

8.4.

The financial assistance can be discontinued any time if there are cases of

incorrect information; shortage of attendance; fails in any subject; SGPA falls

less than 6 for two semesters; repeats a semester and involved in a major /

minor disciplinary violation.

9.0

Financial Implications

`

The expenditure on account of disbursement of financial assistance under this

scheme will be met by the respective centre from its own funds for which necessary

budget provision may be earmarked.

10.

Schedule

10

.1

The schedule for the first sanction will be as follows:

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More about National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai

The prime objective of this institute is to assist the apparel/fashion industry in meeting the industrial competitiveness on a global plane. Over the years NIFT has created a learning environment that encourages innovation, creativity and excellence.

Courses Offered at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Chennai

National Institute of Fashion Technology offers Under Graduate and Post Graduate Degree Programmes in Fashion Technology.

6 Courses

PG Courses (1)

Master of Fashion Management
Affiliated to National Institute of Fashion Technology
Accrediated by Other
  • Duration

    24 months

Course details

The objective of the programme is to impart apparel specific marketing, merchandising and management education to the students to empower them to be well equipped professionals. The programme sharply focuses on convergence of domestic and export marketing, merchandising and innovation management, IT integrated marketing strategies, merchandising and management from fiber to fashion and from concept to consumer, e-business, internet and retail technologies, along with emerging fields like Intellectual Property Rights.
Admission Criteria:

A three years Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in any discipline recognized by the Association of Indian Universities or Diploma in Accessory / Fashion Design / FIT from NIFT only. Candidates have to prepare for GAT, MAT Or GD and Interview for entrance test.

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UG Courses (5)

Bachelor of Fashion Design
Affiliated to National Institute of Fashion Technology
Accrediated by Other
  • Duration

    48 months

Course details

The directional and focused approach to the Fashion Design specialization inculcates in the students the ability to develop and channelize creativity-The curriculum is structured to keep them abreast with international garment trends and build their capacity to understand, articulate and execute a design brief. Also a constant cycle of hands-on experience enables students to make patterns and cut and construct garments of impeccable quality.
Admission Criteria:

1. The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pattern of examination of any recognized Central/State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi. OR 2. General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level. OR 3. Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in Foreign countries recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system. OR 4. A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects. OR 5.3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education. 6. Candidates have to prepare for GAT, CAT and Situation Test for entrance test.

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Bachelor of Accessory Design
Affiliated to National Institute of Fashion Technology
Accrediated by Other
  • Duration

    48 months

Course details

Accessory Design is a bachelor programme that is one of its kinds in the country. The programme has gradually evolved to address the entire spectrum of accessories and lifestyle products, precious and costume jewelery, leather goods, footwear, watches, giftware, tableware, silverware, other lifestyle products and visual merchandising.
Admission Criteria:

1. The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pattern of examination of any recognized Central/State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi. OR 2. General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level. OR 3. Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in Foreign countries recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system. OR 4. A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects. OR 5.3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education. 6. Candidates have to prepare for GAT, CAT and Situation Test for entrance test.

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Bachelor of Arts (Textile Design)
Affiliated to National Institute of Fashion Technology
Accrediated by Other
  • Duration

    48 months

Course details

The Fashion & Textiles discipline offers broad-spectrum education in textiles, which develops creativity, originality and design application in apparel and home fashion industries to enable access to a wide range of career opportunities.
Admission Criteria:

1. The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pattern of examination of any recognized Central/State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi. OR 2. General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level. OR 3. Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in Foreign countries recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system. OR 4. A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects. OR 5.3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education. 6. Candidates have to prepare for GAT, CAT and Situation Test for entrance test.

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Bachelor of Knitwear Design
Affiliated to National Institute of Fashion Technology
Accrediated by Other
  • Duration

    48 months

Course details

The specialization of Knitwear Design is structured keeping in view the requirements of the Indian knitting Industry. The Knitwear Design specialization requires the students to work on state-of-the-art equipment like computerized flat bed knitting machines such as Shima Seiki and Stoll. The students are also exposed to the techniques and variations in the circular and flat knitting manufacturing techniques, possible structure developments, processing and garmenting.
Admission Criteria:

1. The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pattern of examination of any recognized Central/State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi. OR 2. General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the Advanced (A) level. OR 3. Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in Foreign countries recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system. OR 4. A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects. OR 5.3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education. 6. Candidates have to prepare for GAT, CAT and Situation Test for entrance test.

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Bachelor of Fashion Technology (Apparel Production)
Affiliated to National Institute of Fashion Technology
Accrediated by Other
  • Duration

    48 months

Course details

Bachelor of Fashion Technology( Apparel Production) prepares students with best practices in apparel manufacturing with Information Technology (lT) understanding and applications. The programme will have practical and hands-on approach to machinery and equipment application.
Admission Criteria:

1. The +2 level examination in the 10+2 pattern of examination of any recognized Central/State Board of Secondary Examination, such as Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, and Council for Indian School of Certificate Examination, New Delhi with Physics, Chemistry and Maths. OR 2. General Certificate Education (GCE) Examination (London/Cambridge/Sri Lanka) at the advanced (A) level with Physics, Chemistry and Maths. OR 3. Any Public School/Board/University Examination in India or in foreign countries recognized by the Association of Indian Universities as equivalent to 10+2 system with Physics, Chemistry and Maths. OR 4. A pass grade in the Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the National Open School with a minimum of five subjects with Physics, Chemistry and Maths. OR 5. 3 or 4-years diploma recognized by AICTE or a State Board of Technical Education (Engineering background). (Candidate must be pass in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics) Candidates have to prepare for GAT and CAT for entrance test

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College Placements

Available College Facilities

The Institute has infrastructure with well equipped Labs, Class rooms, Girls Hostel, Hall etc. The institute also provides a regular transport facility to convey students to do their industry visits.

Hostel
Hostel facilities is provided for the girl students equipped with the mess facility and a full time Warden.
Library
The Library wing of the Resource Centre has rich collection of books, journals, A-V materials, CD-ROMS etc., Books on subjects like arts & Crafts, Fashion, Garment Manufacturing, Leather, Footwear, Leather Goods, Jewelery, Management, Merchandising etc., are available at the Library.

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