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4.3/5
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Placement Review IconPlacements4.6
Infrastructure Review IconInfrastructure3.8
Faculty Review IconFaculty & Course4.4
Crowd Review IconCampus Life4.5
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MBA in International Business - Batch of 2023
4.2
4Placements4Infrastructure4Faculty5Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
The quality of the offered facilities and faculty was good enough at IIFT Delhi.
Placements: At the IIFT MBA, students gets multiple placements opportunities. Every year, around 60–65% of the students get placements in our college. The average package offered at the college was between 5-7 LPA. The top recruiting companies were CITI India, TCS, Indegene, Infosys, etc. The top roles offered at the college were analyst, associate, HR, and program management.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure of the IIFT was good for the MBA programme. All the necessary facilities were offered in the MBA programme. Wi-Fi was available on the entire campus. The labs and library of the college were good. Hostel facilities were also available for the students. Mess and canteen food were good to eat.
Faculty: The faculty of the college was helpful, qualified and knowledgeable about our course. IIFT has experienced faculty members for the MBA programme. This course curriculum was relevant and it makes the students industry-ready. Semester exams at the IIFT were not very easy to pass.
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MBA in International Business - Batch of 2021
4.2
5Placements3Infrastructure4Faculty5Crowd & Campus Life4Value for Money
Overall, I am satisfied with all the facilities.
Placements: Almost 100% of the students get placements from our college every year from a batch of around 350 students. Roles offered here are related to sales, marketing, finance, operations, strategy and analytics domains. Top recruiting companies for our course are Goldman Sachs, JPMC, Uniliver, Bajaj Auto, Godrej, Tata Sky, LDC and Airtel. The average salary package offered here is 18 LPA.
Infrastructure: Our college provides Wi-Fi facility and classrooms, and computer labs are equipped with the latest technology. Everything is available here, but the campus is small. Hostels are not very good and don't have air-conditioners. Even hostels are of triple sharing basis, and there is a small and old building for hostels. The mess is also small. However, medical facilities are good, and sports and games are also available.
Faculty: The course curriculum is relevant, and all kinds of subject knowledge are provided here. Our college allows students to choose electives in their second year, and it makes students industry-ready. Our college provides knowledge of international business and everything with respect to globalisation. Students get the benefit of having a trade under the ministry of commerce, and a huge number of seminars and conferences from industry speakers are conducted.
Reviewed on 8 Oct 2020Read More
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MBA in International Business - Batch of 2020
3.2
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Dissatisfied from faculty members but the placements are very good .
Placements: The percentage of students who were placed are 90 percent. The highest package was 20 lacs, the lowest was 4 lacs and the highest was 3 lacs per annum. The recruiting companies are Accenture, hdfc, raymond, TCS, deloitte, Goldman Sachs, Crisil and many more. The percentage of people who got internships are 30 percent. The top roles offered are quantitative analyst and data analyst.
Infrastructure: The infrastructure is not so good. The classrooms lack many facilities as compared to other colleges. The library is good. The hostels are below average and not so good infrastructure and condition. The quality and taste of food is not so good. The facility for sports and games are good .
Faculty: The teachers are not so good at teaching and are not co operative and helping at all. They are less experienced and not so qualified to teach the students. The professors do not teach properly. The course curriculum is relevant and is helpful but the guidance is not proper. They can not groom the students in a better way.
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Vidushi Sharma Verified Icon
MBA in International Business - Batch of 2020
3.4
3Placements3Infrastructure4Faculty4Crowd & Campus Life3Value for Money
Placements have been on par compared with its peers, but there is a scope for improvement.
Placements: Our batch was 2020, and our college attained almost 100% placements, which are dominated by IT and analytics sector followed by BFSI sector. Top roles offered by our college range from a product manager, sales and marketing associate, management consultant, investment banking analyst and business analyst. The differentiating factor is that our college offers trade roles as well, including commodity trader.
Infrastructure: Classrooms and library are fully equipped with the Wi-Fi facility, which can be provided to your laptops. The mess menu changes according to the feedback of the students and the mess contractor. There are two hostels, and one is an old hostel for juniors, while the other one is a new hostel for seniors.
Faculty: Teachers here are helpful, qualified and knowledgeable although they can be improved. The course curriculum is diligently designed by considering the international aspects of the business as our course is masters of business administration in international business.
Other: Events organised in the college include Quo Vadis and UWL. The campus is lush green with lots of dhabas around it.
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MBA in International Business - Batch of 2020
4.8
5Placements4Infrastructure5Faculty5Crowd & Campus Life5Value for Money
The college provides great opportunities and exposure to the industry.
Placements: The MBA programme at IIFT places a lot of emphasis on industry interaction through guest lectures, live projects and corporate competitions. Students are placed across highly-reputed companies globally for best profiles in finance, consulting, marketing, operations and international business. The highest salary package offered is 75 LPA and the average salary package offered is close to 20.5 LPA. Top profiles offered included investment and risk management, investment banking, equity research, marketing and brand management, sales management, business analysis, consultancy, etc.
Infrastructure: The campus at Qutab Institutional Area is compact and good enough to fulfil the requirements of an MBA programme. The campus is among many other prominent institutes located in the region. The location of the campus and the overall atmosphere makes it conducive to learning. The campus is equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, 2 hostels each with its own mess, auditorium, conference halls and classrooms. A new campus for IIFT is coming to UPAT Maidan Garhi, New Delhi.
Faculty: The course curriculum offered is quite comprehensive. Students are provided with an option to pursue dual majors in the second year and can also choose from among a variety of minors. Teachers in our college are quite knowledgeable and supportive. Guest lectures are also conducted within the courses from accomplished corporate professionals and experienced institute alumni, which keeps the course structure and curriculum relevant and up to date.
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IIFT Delhi Cutoff FAQs

Q:   What is the cut off score for IIFT Delhi?

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IIFT Delhi admission 2023 was based on candidates' performance in the IIFT entrance exam. Shortlisting of candidates for IIFT Delhi admission is done based on marks scored by them in the entrance exam. A minimum cut off is fixed for this purpose. The minimum cut off varies from one year to another. IIFT cut offs are different for different category students. Candidates who meet the admission cut off are selected for Extempore and PI rounds. 

Candidates can refer to the table given below to check out the IIFT Delhi cutoff 2023 for the MBA course: 

Category

Sectional Cutoff (Percentile)

Overall Cut off (Marks)

General

40

40.5

General-EWS/ OBC-NCL

35

33

SC/ ST/ PwD/ Kashmiri Migrants/ Non-Migrants

30

25.5

 

Q:   Does a candidate need to clear sectional IIFT cut offs too?

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Yes, the candidates are required to clear the sectional cut offs of IIFT entrance exam as well for selection to second round of IIFT admission process, which is group discussion or extempore, essay writing and personal interview. The sectional cut offs play an important role in assessing the abilities of a candidates in all subjects – Data Interpretation, Quantitative Aptitude, Logical Reasoning and English Comprehension. That is why the institute releases sectional cut offs as well for shortlisting of candidates for the personality assessment round of the MBA admission process. Those who do not meet the sectional cut offs, may not get selected for the group discussion or extempore, essay writing and personal interview round.

 

Q:   Who determines IIFT cut offs - NTA or the institute?

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The IIFT cut offs for admission to MBA International Business are determined the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Delhi for all three campuses. The NTA has no role in the admission process of IIFT. It only conducts the entrance exam and its role ends with preparation and release of IIFT entrance exam result. The IIFT Delhi determines the admission cut off on the basis of certain factors such as number of applicants, number of test takers, difficulty level of the exam, number of seats, previous year's cut offs, etc. There are two types of cut offs in IIFT - qualifying cut offs and final cut offs. The qualifying cut offs, are mere eligibility score that the candidate has to score to be eligible for selection to the extempore and PI round. The final IIFT cut offs are the marks on which candidates are actually selected for the extempore and PI round.
 

Q:   Do IIFT cut offs vary category wise?

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Yes, IIFT cut offs for MBA-International Business and Business Analytics admission differ category wise. For General category students, the IIFT cut off is higher than that for Reserved category students. For example, the IIFT 2022 cut off for General category candidates was 52.75 but for SC/ST candidates, it was 42.75. in 2023, the qualifying cut off was 35 percentile for General-EWS and NC-OBC categories, it is 35 percentile. For SC/ST/PwD/KashmiriMigrants/Non-Migrants, the IIFT cut offs 2023 was 30 percentile. Selection for the personal interview round is based on these cut offs.

The Reserved category students also get the benefit of Reservation quota fixed by the Government of India. A certain number of seats are available for Reserved category candidates in the management programmes.

 
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Management quota seats are indeed available at various prestigious MBA institutions, including FMS Delhi and MDI Gurgaon. These seats are reserved for direct admissions and typically range from 5% to 20% of the total seats. They are allocated based on the institution’s discretion and may require a d

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Rupa Prasad

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Answered 6 months ago

No, candidates seeking admission to Executive PGDM programmes of IIFT Delhi are not required to take any exam. The institute shortlist candidates based on aggregate in the last qualifying exam (degree course) and work experience. These shortlisted candidates are further called for the group discussi

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Manori Sahni

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Answered 6 months ago

In order to be eligible for admission to an IIFT Delhi certificate course, aspirants meet the minimum eligibility criteria. Hence, a candidate must have a valid bachelor’s degree from any recognised Indian or foreign university. Additionally, Diploma holders with two years of post-diploma full-time

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Manori Sahni

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Answered 8 months ago

Some documents have to be submitted during form filling. These documents are required for verification purposes. Some of the important documents are further enlisted below:

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  • Attested copy of all academic mark sheets/certificates (Class 10, 12 & Graduation)
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Manori Sahni

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Seat intake for the MA Economics course in IIFT Delhi is 30. The mentioned seat availability is as per the data available on the IIFT website (iift.ac.in). After the selection rounds, candidates are admitted in accordance with the seat intake. Moreover, in case the seat intake is revised, the same w

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