NIFT 2023 Admit Card to be released today

Srishti Kathuria

Srishti Kathuria

The NIFT will release admit cards for the shortlisted candidates who have booked their campuses/slots for the Situation Test/Personal Interview.

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To download the admit card, candidates must enter their registered email id and password. The Situation Test for B.Des will be conducted from March 24-27, and the Personal Interview for PG courses will start on March 20.

Candidates can download the admit card online at by logging in with their email id and password. The admit card will be issued only to candidates who have successfully booked a campus for the Situation Test or a slot for the Personal Interview. B.Des candidates who have qualified in the written exams need to appear for the Situation Test offline at various NIFT campuses.

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NIFT 2023 admit card: Steps to download

To download the admit card, candidates must follow the steps given below:

  • Go to the NIFT 2023 admission portal –
  • Tap on the admit card download link
  • A log-in window will appear on the screen
  • Key in your email id and password
  • After successful login, the admit card will be appear in downloadable pdf format
  • For future reference download and take a printout of the admit card.

Details given on the NIFT 2023 admit card

The admit card for the B.Des program will contain:

  • Applicant’s name, signature, and photograph
  • Roll number
  • Enrollment number
  • The name and address of the NIFT campus assigned to the applicant
  • Test centre code
  • Exam-day instructions 

On the day of the Situation Test, the candidate must carry the admit card and a valid photo ID proof.

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