IIFT Fees Structure 2021: IIFT Fees for Courses, IIFT Tuition Fees
IIFT Fee Structure 2021 - Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) will specify the fee structure for IIFT 2021. The shortlisted candidates will be sent IIFT 2021 fee structure for the academic batch of 2021-2023 in an offer letter. For each category, the fee structure of IIFT 2021 will be different. Basically, the IIFT fee structure includes tuition fees and other charges such as mess fees, security deposit, hostel fee, and so forth. The IIFT fees 2021 will vary for Indian and international candidates all the details will be provided on the official website of IIFT. IIFT 2021 was conducted on January 24, 2021. Read the full article to know all the aspects of the IIFT 2021 fee structure, program details, and so on.
Latest IIFT update: NTA has released the IIFT result 2021 on February 16. Know all about IIFT 2021 cutoff.
IIFT 2021 Offered Courses
Two years six months MBA (International Business) - Weekends
Executive Post Graduate Diploma in International Financial Strategies (EPGDIFS)
Executive Post Graduate Diploma in International Business (EPGDIB)
Executive Post Graduate Diploma in International Business (Through VSAT)
Executive Post Graduate Diploma in International Marketing (EPGDIM)
IIFT 2021 Fee Structure Details
All the shortlisted candidates will be able to check the detailed fee structure of IIFT 2021 along with the offer letter. Check the previous year IIFT fee structure, so that candidates can estimate the IIFT 2021 fee structure.
IIFT Fee Structure 2020
General/ OBC (NCL)
SC/ ST/ PWD
IIFT Boarding and Lodging Charges
Rs 47,000/- (Triple Occupancy)
Rs 57,000/- (Double Occupancy)
Around Rs 5000/- (Per Month)
Rs 57,000/- (Single Occupancy)
IIFT Fee Structure - Important Points
Candidates are required to deposit Rs 500, apart from the mentioned fee.
The total amount of tuition fee has paid annually is Rs 8,35,000
There are some other changes in the fee structure of IIFT 2021 which includes
IIFT 2021 Number of Seats
Number of seats offered
IIFT Placement 2021
As per the last year’s trend, In the batch of 279 candidates, and the gender ratio was 32% of (Female) and 68% of (Male). The highest salary offered was beyond Rs 1 crore. Several candidates received over Rs 75 lakh per annum and the overall average CTC offered was 20.07 LPA with a rise of 0.84 LPA.
Also Check: IIFT 2021 Result - Road beyond IIFT Shortlist
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IIFT Fees Structure 2021: IIFT Fees for Courses, IIFT Tuition Fees
Question: How many seats are offered at IIFT Delhi?
The total of 220 seats are offered at IIFT Delhi.
Question: Does IIFT accept CAT score?
No, the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) only accepts their own exam scorecard known as IIFT conducted by NTA.
Question: How many candidates appeared for IIFT 2020?
A total of 39572 candidates appeared for IIFT 2020.
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Questions related to Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi
What is different between CAT and IIFT?
CAT has a fixed number of 100 questions while IIFT goes on changing its number of questions every year. As such CAT has a fixed exam pattern and IIFT exam pattern changes each year. CAT is the mandatory entrance test for admission to IIMs and IIFT entrance test is the mandatory entrance test for admission to MBA (IB) in all the three campuses of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade. CAT has uniform marking pattern for each correct answer with +3 marks while IIFT marking pattern varies between 0.5 mark to 1 mark for each correct answer. CAT offers admission opportunity in 20 IIMs, FMS, MDI, IITs, NITIE, IMI, SPJIMR, JBIMS among others while IIFT entrance exam is institute based and offers admission in IIFT Delhi, Kolkata and Kakinada campuses. CAT is a computer based test while IIFT is a paper based test.
Hope, this information helps you.
when will IIFT result declare?
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) result is expected to be declared in the second week of February. And now, second week is going on, so the results can be declared anytime. Keep an eye over the official website - http://iift.nta.nic.in/webinfo/public/home.aspx
Refer here for more info - IIFT 2021 - Result, Cutoff, Selection Procedure, Answer Key for MBA (IB) (careers360.com)
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I hope this information helps you.
i got seat at Indian institute of fashion technology iift banglore there is no exam due to pandemic it seems.just formal interview.is it good college? placements are good? can i proceed to go for iift bangalore college for masters of fashion management
IIFT Bangalore is good college for fashion. Due to research infrastructure is good in this college. Classrooms are good and practical classes class rooms also new design. Library good. All important books are available here. Faculties are very well knowledgeable and supportive. Placement also good so many big big companies like Lifestyle, Reliance Trend, Tommy Hilfiger, PN Rao, Tamanna boutique, Shoppers Stop etc are coming. You can join here.
All the best.
Does IIFT accept candidates pursued Distance learning in graduation?
The eligibility criteria of IIFT are
- Candidates should have completed their graduation in any discipline from a recognized institution or university.
- General/ OBC/ EWS candidates should have obtained at least 50% marks in graduation while ST/ SC/ PwD candidates need to have a score of minimum 45% marks.
- Final year graduation students are also eligible to apply for IIFT
So, if you have done your distance graduation from any recognized University then only you can appear for IIFT.
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Which is Better IIFT or IIM ? Which exam should i write CAT or IIFT NTA
In order to answer your question, I’d like to begin by saying that all colleges are good in their own regards. Also, having said that, it is not advisable to club all the IIMs under one banner, given the advantage that the older IIMs enjoy having been established much earlier and hence having had the time and means to establish a reputation and an alum base in the industry. So, for the sake of this answer, we can split the IIMs into three categories – IIM ABC, IIM LIK and the new IIMs.
As far as IIM A, IIM B & IIM C are concerned, they would rank above IIFT on most people’s lists, except in niche cases where the candidate wants to do an IB course. So, it is not much of a decision and IIM ABC can be opted over IIFT.
Now coming to IIM L, IIM I & IIM K, there are can be merit for both arguments for both parties. Will the IIMs can boast of the brand IIM tag, IIFT can boast of international exposure and the niche IB course. So, the decision is completely dependent on the individual making the call. Also, one thing to be considered here is the fact that placements for both IIFT Delhi and Kolkata campus are conducted together. So, the batch sizes when it comes to a placement point of view is almost the same.
The last part, as far as the new IIMs are concerned, one thing that goes for them is the IIM tag. However, given their age, most of the new IIMs most certainly do not have the sway that an older IIM possesses. Taking into consideration the fees, the corporate competitions opened for the colleges, the companies coming to recruit and most importantly the average packages, IIFT seems to be a better choice in the short to medium run. However, the argument for the newer IIMs would be the fact that in the long run, the brand name might help the candidate. But this is not set in stone and might be a punt in the present condition.
Having talked about the colleges, the modes of getting into IIMs and IIFT is also completely different. The former requires CAT as a base score with a GD-PI-WAT round to follow, and the latter uses their own IIFT exam as a guideline to call people for further GD-PI-WAT process. Both are completely different exams even though their syllabus might seem same. So, the strategy has to be different. That being said, the initial preparation can be the same, given that the syllabus is somewhat similar. The specific preparation for the exams can be taken care of by attempting mocks and coming up with game plans for the said exams.
Cheers and all the best!