The National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT), Delhi had released the answer key of the General Ability Test (GAT) 2022 exam on February 21. Along with the release of the answer keys, the candidates were given the option to raise their objections regarding the answer key. If the candidates have any objections, they can visit the official website of NIFT, nift.ac.in and click on the applicable link to raise their objections by paying a fee of Rs. 500 per question. The results will be prepared by taking the objections into consideration.
How to raise the NIFT answer key objections?
Step 1: Click on the link provided above.
Step 2: Under ‘Applicant Login’ click on ‘Sign In’.
Step 3: Enter e-mail address and password; and Submit.
Step 4: Select the option to raise objections.
Step 5: Select the questions which you want to object.
Step 6: in the space provided, input the objection.
Step 7: Complete the payment to submit the objection.
Click here to raise your objections
Dates to remember
|Result of Written Entrance Examination||Mid March, 2022|
|Situation Test / Group Discussion / Interview||April, 2022|
|Declaration of Final Result (Online)||May, 2022|
Candidates who secure the minimum cut-off marks will be called up for the next stage, which can be one of situation test or group discussion or interview. The cut-off marks are determined based on the difficulty level of the exam, number of candidates who appeared for the exam, the performance of all the candidates and the number of available seats. The final result will be announced by considering the GAT and Stage 2 score. Once the final results are declared in May, the qualified candidates can apply for counselling. In the counselling process, the candidates can specify their preferences of the NIFT campuses. The seat allotment will be done based on the available seats, reservation policies and the final score.
NIFT exam 2022
The NIFT exam was conducted this year on February 6 as an online proctored exam, for admissions to various undergraduate and postgraduate courses. The candidates who had applied for B.Des or M.Des courses had to appear for both the GAT and Creative Ability Test (CAT). The CAT exam tests the creativity skills of the candidates through sketching/ drawing, etc. The GAT tests the general aptitude, general knowledge, english and basic mathematical skills of the candidates.