IIFT EXAM 2018 SELECTION PROCESS
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Indian Institute for Foreign Trade (IIFT) is known for selecting the most deserving students for its MBA (IB) course. It has a rigorous Selection Procedure, comprising three stages- Essay Writing, Group Discussion, and Personal Interview. Candidates excelling in all these stages are considered for final admission.
Here is the expected IIFT Selection Criteria Weightage 2017 for all the selection stages:
*From the 20% given to Interview, 2% will be awarded to gender diversity. So, if you are a male, your interview will carry 18% weightage.
The selection rounds of IIFT involve 3 main steps. Each round acts as a filter to shortlist the most deserving candidates. The ones who make it till the end, save themselves a seat in IIFT Delhi/ Kolkata campus. Here are details of all IIFT Selection Rounds for your reference:
A well-composed essay has a clearly defined introduction, a middle body and a strong conclusion. To be able to put one’s thoughts into concise words, one is advised to write ample number of essay pieces, covering some of the most important topics.
What are the questions asked in IIFT Essay Writing?
The last step of the selection procedure for IIFT Exam is the Group Discussion and Personal Interview. Here are some key highlights of the same.
|IIFT 2017||IIFT Group Discussion||IIFT Interview|
|Average Time||5-10 minutes||5-10 minutes|
|No. of Panelists||02||03|
|No. of Participants||7-12||01|
Topics for IIFT GD Round
Candidates will have to report to the allotted centre in the designated city for these rounds. The cities where the further rounds of selection process is conducted are -
Once all these rounds have been completed, the final merit list of selected students will be declared by IIFT on their official website.
We have curated the data for selection/ admission trend of IIFT Exam over the years. The exam has seen a significant number of registrations over the years and only the deserving ones grab a seat. While the total intake has been constant (360), the number of shortlisted candidates have seen a remarkable rise.
Here is the IIFT Selection Trend for three consecutive years (2014, 2015, 2016) for your reference:
|Year||No. of Registrations||No. of Shortlisted Candidates||No. of Selected Candidates|
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College