National Institute of Fashion Technology, Patna Courses & Fees 2022 ,

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National Institute of Fashion Technology, Patna Fees and Eligibility
CoursesTotal tuition Fees Eligibility
B.Des(5 Courses)
INR 5.03 L - 12.78 L
(for 3-4 years)
MFM(1 Courses)
INR 6.16 L
(for 2 years)
B.FTech(2 Courses)
INR 5.03 L - 12.78 L
(for 3-4 years)

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Apparel Design Fashion Design Leather Design Lifestyle Accesory Design Textile Design
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Anonymous | B.Des. in Fashion Design - Batch of 2020
Reviewed on 1 Oct 2020
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2.8
Placements 2 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 3 Value for Money 2
Satisfied due to facilities and infrastructure. Dissatisfied due to below average placements.

Placements: The percentage of students who get placed ranges from around 75-80%. The highest packages is around 4.5 LPA, the lowest package is around 2-2.5 LPA and the average being around 3.5 LPA. Top recruiting companies include Myntra, Levi's, Aditya Birla Group, RIL, Shahi exports, Orient Craft and many other big fashion designers and houses of the Indian Fashion Industry. Everyone has to do the internships compulsorily and the companies are the same as mentioned above. The roles include fashion designe...

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Riya Kumari | B.Des. in Fashion Communication - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 14 Dec 2019
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3.4
Placements 3 Infrastructure 4 Faculty & Course Curriculum 3 Crowd & Campus Life 4 Value for Money 3
I am satisfied. The college has a good infrastructure.

Placements: Almost 70-80% of the students got placement offers. The highest salary package offered was 10 LPA for UI/UX design. Roles of a photographer, UI/UX designer, fashion stylist, fashion forecasting, animation, videography, graphic designer, visual merchandiser, stylist, are offered. Almost 100% of the students got internships.

Infrastructure: Amenities like Wi-Fi, classrooms, computer labs, photography studio, photography equipment, resource centre, library, magazines, and trend forecasting agency subscription are...

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Susmita Rakshit | B.Des. in Accessory Design - Batch of 2022
Reviewed on 15 Mar 2019
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4.4
Placements 4 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 4 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 4
I'm satisfied with the campus, opportunities and faculty members.

Placements: Placements in our college are good. Placements of our seniors were satisfactory, and almost 80% of the students got placed in good companies. You can start your own brand too with the help of your skills and capabilities. Placements depend on your skills for which you have to work really hard.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the college is awesome. The college offers a very friendly and natural environment. Classrooms and IT labs are fully air-conditioned. The college has the largest canteen among the othe...

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Tanya Soni | B.Des. in Fashion Design - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 23 May 2019
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
I am satisfied with the college.

Placements: We got placements through a portfolio which we made during our 4th year. There are 100% placements. The highest salary package offered was 8 Lacs per annum, and the lowest package was 4 Lacs per annum. The best companies visit the campus for placements. Students get internships in companies like Arvind Mill, Sahu Textile, Ajio etc.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of our college is very beautiful. The campus has 3 buildings, 2 of them have classrooms and labs, and the other one is the admin block. There are gi...

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Rashmi Ranjan | B.Des. in Fashion Design - Batch of 2021
Reviewed on 23 May 2019
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5.0
Placements 5 Infrastructure 5 Faculty & Course Curriculum 5 Crowd & Campus Life 5 Value for Money 5
I am satisfied with the college.

Placements: Placements are provided based on our work done in the four years, and last, we made a portfolio to present in placement. There are almost 100% placements. Salary package offered to students depends on their work. Every student will get internships in different companies.

Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the college is very attractive and appealing. The campus has 3 main buildings. This campus is the biggest among the all NIFT campus. There is a well-managed resource centre on the campus. The entire campus i...

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Which is best for b. design: nift entrance examination or UCEED for IIT bombay?

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Khushi Sanghvi

Beginner-Level 5

a month ago

NIFT entrance examination is Institutional based examination which will only help you to get into NIFT whereas UCEED is a common Entrance Examination which is accepted by many design colleges and universities. So if you plan to get into only NIFT then you do have to give NIFT Entrance Exam but if...NIFT entrance examination is Institutional based examination which will only help you to get into NIFT whereas UCEED is a common Entrance Examination which is accepted by many design colleges and universities. So if you plan to get into only NIFT then you do have to give NIFT Entrance Exam but if you plan to apply in many universities then UCEED is a better option as you'll have many university choices and you can get admission on the basis of UCEED score.

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I want to know about the fee structure at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Haryana for B.Des in Fashion Design ?

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pradeep kumar

Scholar-Level 18

a month ago

The total fee of NIFT Panchkula (Haryana) for B.Des (Fashion Design) courses is about Rs 1093400/. While during the first year you have to pay about Rs 310000/.

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How are the placements at National Institute of Fashion Technology, Patna?

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Mallika Ahuja

Contributor-Level 10

2 months ago

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I'm 28, MBA in HR,want to switch career in fashion designing and textile designing, what are my options, thanks in advance for the guidance

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Vinty Tanwar

Guide-Level 13

4 months ago

Though there is an option to do MBA in fashion design. But as you have already done that one option for you is to get double post-graduation i.e. by doing MBA in fashion designing. Otherwise, you can do some online courses and gain some knowledge about this field. Try doing some internship or liv...Though there is an option to do MBA in fashion design. But as you have already done that one option for you is to get double post-graduation i.e. by doing MBA in fashion designing. Otherwise, you can do some online courses and gain some knowledge about this field. Try doing some internship or live projects in fashion designing. This will give you an edge in moving ahead in this line. You can always use your managements skills in whatever field you go ahead with.
Good Luck :)

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I have lost my two time in NIFT entrance exam. What should I do?

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Paulami Sa'

Contributor-Level 8

4 years ago

You can always try at a state college and improve your skills. You can also try private colleges like pearl, raffles, etc. Private colleges have equally good courses and facilities. Don't lose hope and remember that things happen for a reason. Try to do internships while you're waiting to apply. ...You can always try at a state college and improve your skills. You can also try private colleges like pearl, raffles, etc. Private colleges have equally good courses and facilities. Don't lose hope and remember that things happen for a reason. Try to do internships while you're waiting to apply. Start working on projects, work for your community etc. All this looks good on your portfolio.

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Shreyas Ghode

Beginner-Level 3

4 years ago

There's no need to worry. If you have appeared for NIFT twice then you will be able to give another designing exams viz Pearl, SEED, MIT, etc. Preparing for these exams will definitely help you in cracking NIFT. Wish you all the best for your future. Many of these colleges give NIFT for many a ti...There's no need to worry. If you have appeared for NIFT twice then you will be able to give another designing exams viz Pearl, SEED, MIT, etc. Preparing for these exams will definitely help you in cracking NIFT.
Wish you all the best for your future. Many of these colleges give NIFT for many a time and still, they try.
So, hope for the best.

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