The link for checking the IIFT 2016 scorecard is live now. You can check out your IIFT 2016 Written Test Result, Cutoffs, GDPI Process in this post. For starters, you can check out your IIFT 2016 written score by entering your details in the form below. Congrats to all the call getters.
IIFT 2016 Written Test Result, Cutoffs, GDPI Process
The cut-offs for IIFT 2016 are as follows:
|Section name||Maximum marks||Sectional cutoff|
|Verbal Ability & Reading Comprehension||31||9.67|
|Logical Reasoning & Data Interpretation||36.50||8.00|
IIFT came out with its shortlist for the next round of GDPI and essay for the batch of 2017-19 as well a few a days back. The shortlist consists of 1973 candidates for admission to the MBA (IB) programme across the Delhi and Kolkata campuses for a total of 360 seats. The next stage will be held next year tentatively around the last week of January/first week of February.
The entire list can be seen here: IIFT 2017-19 interview shortlist
As is given in the RTI reply, the institute gave a weight of 60% to the written score and so, the ones who have scored well have a bit of a head start. Also, a longer GD and an essay component would be particularly helpful to relieve aspirants of the first-call-of-the-season jitters. There is a special focus on business knowledge and as has been seen in many of the previous year interview experiences, it pays to be aware of a bit of business-related happenings.
All the best to all the call getters (which include a few of our classroom students as well. Yay!). As you might already be aware, IIFT gives a higher chance of conversion compared to almost all other institutes and someone who is especially focused on converting this call would definitely get through if s/he focuses on a few aspects of the process. We will be coming up with specific GDPI sessions soon to help the aspirants crack the first biggie of the season. Keep watching this space for more details.
Last year, we attempted to give an overview for a few answers to the questions in the IIFT form. You may check them out here:
All the best!
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