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IIFT 2015 Selection Procedure - The Selection Procedure for IIFT 2015 is a three step process, which is followed to finalise the candidates for final admissions. The names of the shortlisted candidates have been announced on Monday, December 14, 2015 and the final result has been declared on March 18, 2016. As per the IIFT Selection Procedure 2015, shortlisted candidates now have to follow the selection process to avail final admissions. Candidates who aspire to take admissions in the MBA- IB programme of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, can read the IIFT 2015 Selection Procedure in this article below. You can download the PDF of shortlist candidates from this page below.
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IIFT is a national level post-graduation entrance examination, conducted by Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. The institute offers two years full-time MBA in International Business, at two of the IIFT campuses- IIFT Delhi and Kolkata. Each year at around 50,000 aspirants appear for the test. This year the exam was conducted on November 22. As per the announcement of the results, total 1508 students have been shortlisted for further admission process for 250 seats at Delhi and Kolata campus.
The results of IIFT 2015 are announced in the forms of scores. On the basis of cutoff scores, candidates are shortlisted for the further round of admissions, and later for the final admissions. The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade for its MBA-IB programme admits students under various categories namely, General, SC, ST, PH and OBC. The cutoff marks for IIFT 2015 is 48.5 for the General category candidates. Last year, the cutoff was 38.5.
The stages of IIFT 2015 Selection Procedure for selecting candidates under each of the different categories are described below.
IIFT 2015 Selection Procedure
Written Test: The first step of the selection procedure at IIFT is to appear for the IIFT 2015 test, which was held on November 22. The candidates must obtain the cutoff marks decided by the institute in order to get shortlisted by IIFT. The IIFT 2015 result or the shortlist of candidates will be declared by the third week of December 2015.
Essay Writing: The shortlisted candidates have to write an essay on the given topic within the stipulated time frame. After the essay writing round, the candidates have to appear for the Group Discussion and Personal Interview rounds. The essay writing round will check the candidates’ written communication skills.
Group Discussion and Personal Interview: The candidates have to appear for GD and PI rounds where their verbal communication skills will be checked.
The Essay Writing and GD & PI rounds are likely to be conducted in the month of January/February 2016 in the cities of Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow and Mumbai. The shortlisted candidates will also have to submit a Statement of Purpose (SoP) which would be an important criterion for the selection process at IIFT.
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You need atleast more than 105+ marks to get a good percentile and almost 138 to secure a call from any good college taking part in IIFT entrance test.you will have around 40 percentile according to previous year trends which is very low.
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