The National Testing Agency (NTA) will be closing the correction window for the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) 2022 examination today, October 31, 2021. Those candidates who are yet to make changes in their application form must do so at the earliest via iift.nta.nic.in. The computer-based test will be held on December 05, 2021. This examination will be conducted for eligible students to the IIFT-MBA (International Business Degree Programme).
To make corrections in the online application form, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official NTA website for IIFT 2022 – iift.nta.nic.in
Step 2- Scroll down the page and click on the link that reads ‘Correction for IIFT MBA (IB) 2022-24 (Only for Indian Candidates)’
Step 3- A new window will open in which one has to enter login credentials like application number, password and the displayed security pin
Step 4- Follow the next few steps to make changes, save them and make the final submit.
However, in case of queries, one can call the NTA helpdesk at 011 40759000 or they can email [email protected] So far, the agency has not announced the date on which the IIFT 2022 admit cards will be released. Nonetheless, it is likely that the same will be available in November 2021. For the IIFT 2021 admission session, the admit cards were released on January 16, 2021, while the entrance examination was held on January 03, 2021. Thus, it can be perceived that the admit cards were available 08 days before the examination date.
As a result, this time, it is likely that the IIFT 2022 admit cards will be available by the fourth week of November; i.e. by November 27, 2021. The admit cards have to be downloaded online from the official website. Candidates have to appear for the examination as per the time and date indicated in the admit cards. However, if one faces any difficulty while downloading the admit cards or if there is any discrepancy in them, they must reach out to the helpline number between 10 AM and 5 PM.
It must be noted that the admit card will not be sent to the candidates by post or any other means. Moreover, duplicate admit cards will not be issued at the examination centres. They must preserve the admit cards, downloaded online, in good condition for future use. For identification purposes, candidates must carry a government-issued photo ID card.