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Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, [IIFT] Delhi Reviews

8.5 / 10

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chanchal
Chanchal
Master of Business Administration [MBA] (Executive), batch of 2018
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
3/10

For executive batch, no such thing is planned. Since only weekend classes are there so societies are not formed.


INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
1/10

The infrastructure of IIFT is in a very poor stage, nothing seems working at college, the bathroom is not cleaned properly, classrooms are very old fashioned and poor WiFi, computer, sound system, Mike, etc. This is something they need to improve a lot. Since IIFT is govt College so they don't care about complain about this and they keep blaming Admin and govt. Also very poor in accepting student demand.


ACADEMICS & FACULTY
6/10

College class starts from 09:15 and finishes till 06:30 and sometimes it gets extended. Every weekend there are classes for an executive course and this is planned in a very rigors way. Probably one will not get any time for the break. Monthly only one break is given.


FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
5/10

Since last year they have increased the fees from 3.6 lacs to 5.2 lacs. College doesn't offer any loan facility for this course.


PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
4/10

College does not offer any placement to the executive program. the alumni network is very good you can connect through the college campus.


Eligibility Criteria and Admission Process

The entrance process comprises GD and personal interview. Based on the performance in these and your work experience they shortlist the candidate.



Subramaniam
Subramaniam
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2017
ACADEMICS & FACULTY
9/10
The class timings usually begin from 9:15 a.m. in the morning and may extend up to 6:30 p.m. in the evening. There are usually 3 sessions/lectures (2 hrs each) on an average; however this might get extended to 4 to 5(rare ocassions) sessions. The teaching methodology imbibes the best practices being followed in institutions of repute across the globe. A lot of emphasis is given to classroom participation, brainstorming and group dynamics. Almost all the subjects employ the case study mode of imparting knowledge which also opens doors for engaging classroom interactions. The overall experience in the college is very enriching and helps groom the individual in a holistic manner. All the possible domains of management- Finance, Marketing, Operations, Consulting, Systems, and Trade, are handled by one club each. These clubs impart domain and industry-specific knowledge via Knowledge Transfer Sessions. Also no management education is complete without practical learning and hence the regularly scheduled competitions-case studies, Group discussions, quizzes, etc. Live projects from various corporates in all domains are also brought by clubs, which ensures significant industry exposure.


Vipul
Vipul
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2017
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
10/10

LIfe at IIFT :

Most of us start out early enough (if you're not brushing off an all-nighter) with the eternal trilemma of sleep vs. food vs. showers. The first class starts at 9:15 a.m. typically, with each class being two hours. If like me, you find getting up more than 5 minutes before class criminal, you scurry away to the cafe/dhabas and catch a quick breakfast in the 15 min. breaks. Last class is typically 6:30 p.m. (this can vary too), so you could be solving international marketing cases in the morning, followed by macroeconomics before lunch, global supply chain management after it, and finally studying a foreign language of your choice from 4:30-6:30 p.m. This would mark the end of your official academic schedule.AKA The Start of your actual day.

At any top B School, the official academic sessions are just another part of your day, with as much going on outside the lecture halls.

After you break over tea and snacks, is when things get interesting. The choice of activities at B School is typically maddening (you're not getting your money's worth otherwise!), with everything from sports to competitions to parties, or just endless discussions overchai-sutta. As a Student Council member, I typically attend to work post class, which could be talking to media houses, inviting speakers for events like TEDx or answering aspirant queries. Meanwhile some of my friends hit the gym, some others are working onexclusive corporate competitions, some more are solving real life problems with live projects and yet more others plan the numerous campus events. This is not taking into account those who manage the various domain-specific clubs and cells on campus. They could be creating content for magazines, talking to corporate honchos for interactive sessions, analysing the impact of the latest policy changes on the economy, or developing case studies on the latest digital campaigns. IIFT has 6 Clubs & 7 domain specific cells, working around the year across verticals.


A day B School lasts well into the night, with midnight being when most students let their hair down, when not working through the night on corporate competitions. This could be anything from traditional quizzes presided over by an aged monk, to midnight futsal, to random bouts of Pictionary & mafia. Midnight is also awaited for the vigorous celebrations, marked by cake-wash and highly kinetic wishes to back. Parties are a native species endemic to IIFT, with routine sightings across the audi or the nearby Hauz Khas Village. Guitar strumming is known to spontaneously occur, with open-mic’s drawing bathroom singers of all colours.

A Nescafe kiosk serves as the rallying point for late-night discussions ranging from the Syrian crisis, to the stubbornness of the cows on Delhi streets. More peaceful, loving souls are often observed either exploring the beautiful campus, or may even be at the Academic Block till late night. Rumour has it this may something to do with the Acad Block AC. A divine being known only as "Diwaan Sahab" has been coming in religiously at 5 a.m. sharp, everyday, for over a decade. The brain meltingly good bun maska & chai here is the breakfast of those champions, who've fought through the night, and now are heroes. Or at least very happily well-fed & sleep-deprived.

We also host the upcoming Ultimate Warriors League, which will be in it’s 8th edition this year (read: nearly as old as the actual IPL!) . UWL is a full-fledged franchise based sports championship, with IPL style bidding that goes on for close to 7-8 hours with 150-180 players going under the hammer, across 12 disciplines!

Finally, at some point usually closer to dawn than dusk, you'll find a few hours of waiting while you sleep, till you can start all over again :)

 

 


INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
9/10
  • we have 3 hostel - two are inside the campus and one outside. The inside campus are know as OH and NH hostels. NH is for the seniors . In OH all the girls (1st year and 2nd year) and a few first year ( around 60-70) boys stay and the rest of the 1st year boys have to stay in the C-9 Hostel which is around 10minutes walking distance from the main campus. For boys, the hostel are allotted on merit basis. Those with a higher final score would get to stay in the OH hostel and once that gets filled, the rest will have to stay in C-9 hostel.
  • The current mess charges are Rs. 7500 per trimester. The figure may increase or decrease according to the market condition. A lot of students prefer to eat at one on the several dhabas present near the institute.
  • There is a Coffee Day Express kiosk on campus which is open throughout the night. You can get tea, coffee, sandwiches etc over here. A Lipton kiosk is also present which serves you tea, coffee and Maggi throughout the night. There is also an IRCTC canteen that is open during lunch hours. There are several dhabas near the institute which provide a wide range of snacks and food at reasonable prices.
  • The facilities available on campus include centrally air-conditioned lecture halls with modern audio-visual aids, conference halls for round-table conferences, an auditorium of 500 seating capacity, and a MDP centre The institute has a well-stocked libarary with more than 98,000 books, 450 international journals, and subscription to 26 corporate databases. IIFT has set up the WTO Resource Centre in the Library to focus exclusively on WTO issues

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
9/10

I have got an intern opportunity at JPMC with a total stipend of Rs 2 lakhs per annum.

-IIFT was the first amongst Top 10 B-School across the country to finish its Final Placements

-A total of 81 companies made offers to its largest batch ever, comprising 254 students with the average number of offers per company seeing a considerable increase of around 15% over the previous year

-64 Pre-Placement offers were made to IIFTians

-Average compensation has seen a tremendous increase of 24% over last year, at 18.01 LPA for the class of 2016

-Highest International compensation saw a 36% increase over last year to USD 150,000 PA offered

-The highest domestic package drawn stood at an astounding Rs 29 LPA, a rise of 21% over previous year’s highest CTC

-35% of the batch took up offers in Sales and Marketing domain and 29% chose Finance as the domain for starting their careers.

-BFSI sector had a dominant presence with almost 26% of the batch choosing to start their careers in this growing sector.

-New associations with reputed organisations like 3M, Nivea, Adobe, Pernod Ricard, TGI Group, British Telecom, Synergy Consulting Inc., GM, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, Swiss Singapore, Hexaware, Concentrix, Tata Sky, Trident, Welspun, Religare, Blue Stone, Michael Page

-Multiple roles on offer in E-Commerce sector such as Account Manager, Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Category Manager, Product Manager, Marketing Manager, Sales Specialist & Operations Manager were the striking feature of the placement season

-Amazon and Cognizant Business Consulting together made the highest number of offers followed by JP Morgan and Vodafone

-15 students got international roles with rise in offers across locations such as Nigeria, Peru, Dubai, Singapore

Alumni Network :

IIFT's alumni network crosses 5 continents and over 45 nations. We have alums working at the level of CEO (Ex Cargill) and even in policy making like in NITI Ayog. Since 1963, our alums have been making IIFT proud by thier achievements. 


FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
9/10
  • Fee per year is Rs 7 lakhs.
  • Scholarship is available for economically backward students and for SC/STs as per central government laws.
  • Close to 10-15 students get scholarships.
  • IIFT is categorzed as a premier institute by all banks and we have a tie up with SBI too which offers IIFTians affordable rates. 

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
10/10
  • Our classes start at 9:15 AM and run through the day till 6:30 PM.
  • Methodology followed is Case Based and teachers have a wide experience in industry as well as academia. 
  • The overall experience is extremely satisfying as we get a holistic growth that goes beyong the realm of lectures and theory. We have numerous clubs and cells ranging from Finance,Marketing,Trade,Opertaions and for the start-ups,  we have incubation cell as well.


Anuj
Anuj
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2017
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
9/10
  • The main student body is the IMF ( International Management Forum ) which comprises of a President, General Secreatry, Cultural Secretary, Media Coordinator, and Alumni Coordinator.
    There is a Cultural Committee named Melange(Junior team and Senior team), Media Committee( Junior team and Senior team), Alumni Committee(Junior team and Senior team).
    Apart from them following Clubs exist at IIFT 
    1) CAPITAL - The Finance Club
    2) BRANDWAGON - The Marketing Club
    3) SYSTEMIX - The Systems, Consulting and SMAC Club
    4) BLASH - The Trade Club
    5) SOCRATES - The Consulting Club
    6) SCOPE - The Operations Club
    Also, the following Cells exist at IIFT 
    1) MRC - Market Research Cell
    2) ERC - Equity Research Cell
    3) PHI - Pharma, Healthcare, and Insurance Cell
    4) INFRA - Infrastructure Cell
    5) E-CELL - Entrepreneurship Cell
    6) KOSHISH - Social Awareness Cell
     
  • The main festival on campus is QuoVadis which is held in January every year. It is IIFT's annual management cum cultural fest.
    As of now, IIFT does not have its own Sports fest owing to lack of space.
    Apart from these, IIFT hosts various Business Conclaves and Summits. IIFT is also a Guest at major Industrial Body Conferences such as ASSOCHAM.
  • Life at IIFT in general is Good. Obviously there are aspects that can improve, but then there are some issues with every B-school. It's a balanced mix of Academics, Sports, Cultural activites, Corporate Competitions, Live Projects etc. One thing is that you learn to stay on your toes 24x7. Rest it's completely upon you that how much burden you want to take on yourself during MBA. Getting involved in various activities such as projects, competitions, committees, Sports etc have helped me a lot in learning various skills.
    Hostel life is very good. There is music and lots of music. People from different parts of India, having different culture, habits etc, yet staying happliy under one roof. There is no dearth of food options ( whatever the time be ). Thus it's a good blend here at IIFT Delhi.

INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
6/10
  • In IIFT Delhi, there are 3 hostels. Out of these, 2 hostels are located on campus namely OH and NH. The 3rd hostel , fondly called C9, is located at 800 m walk from IIFT Delhi campus.  The hostel rent for the 2015-17 batch is INR 47,000/- per student per annum on triple occupancy basis and INR 57,000 per annum on double occupancy basis. 
  • The MBA full time course at IIFT is a residential program and it is compulsory for students to stay in IIFT Hostels. Having said that, if at all PGs are permitted, then the area surrounding IIFT is an education hub with JNU and IIT-Delhi in very close proximity. So PGs/other options are easily available at a rent of around INR 5k-6k per month.
  • The food in college is decent. It's not the greatest, but mess food can and usually at most places is far worst. The cost per meal comes around INR 45-50 per meal.
  • Quality of classrooms is fair. The classrooms lack enough power plugs and charging points under the tables. Same goes for Computer Labs. Library is a wonderful asset at IIFT and is easily one of the best. Dining Halls need a work around in terms of Renovation. Wi-fi is bad at IIFT with NKN yet to be implemented and often causes a lot of problems. Infrastructure wise, IIFT needs a lot of work and vigil.

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
9/10
  • I will be interning with SHOPCLUES, an E-commerce company. My stipend will be INR 40K per month.

Companies and Roles

  • Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citibank, Nomura - Investment Banking and Markets ( Middle Office, Support, IT & Operations), Investment Research
  • Shell, Boeing, Mahindra & Mahindra, Airtel, Reliance Group, L & T, TVS Motors - General Management/Strategy
  • Corporate Executive Board, HP, Cognizant Business Consutling, CapGemini - Business Consulting
  • ITC, Marico, Dabur, L'oreal, Pidilite, Akzonobel, Britannia, Godrej Consumer Products Limited, Johnson & Johnson Consumer, GSK Consumer Healthcare, SAB Miller, Hector Beverages - Sales and Marketing

    The avaerage salary figure for the final placements of 2014-16 batch is INR 18.2 lacs per year, the highest domestic salary figure is INR 29 lakhs per annum while highest international package is INR 1 crore per annum. 100% of the batch got placed.

    The alumni network of IIFT is very strong given the history of nearly 53 years. The alums of IIFT are not only present in India, but also are occupying key positions in companies outside India, especially in the field of Foreign Trade. Thus IIFT's alums have a global presence and they have made their impact on the world. What remains to be seen is how much more can this network be leveraged to raise IIFT's glory more and more.

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
8/10
  • The day at IIFT Delhi starts with classes from 9:15 am. In the early days of MBA however, it can start as early as 5 am( you see, MBA rigour ). Lectures are normally of 2 hours duration each interspersed with a gap of 15 mins between any 2 consecutive lectures. Number of lectures in a day vary usually from 1 lecture to 4 lectures. Assignments are a regular feature of most subjects taught here at IIFT and they can vary from a very detailed financial analysis or cost structure analysis to a very lively skid depicting business world scenarios during Mangerial Communication classes. Projects are a part of IIFT's curriculum for almost all the subjects and carry a sizeable weightage for the overall grade in each subject. One or two subjects also feature a mid-term exam while every subject has its end term exam carrying 40 marks weightage. The rest of the 60 marks are internal assessment which is cumulative of marks of Quizzes, assignments, projects, and class participation. It depends upon the professor as to how he/she allocates the weightage to these different components.
  • The method of teaching varies from professor to professor. While some professors practise Case study methodology, others follow Power Point based pedagogy. The overall Quality of teaching is good given the large amount of teaching experience that the professors have (many of them being Ph.D in their respective fields). The role of fellow students is most crucial in shaping up the lecture environment and that's where IIFT scores given the immensely talented and competitive students that it attracts. The professors make sure to answer any subject query asked to them and provide their full support through their inputs to the students in case study competitions.
  • IIFT plays host to a lot of corporate competitions as well such as Airtel, Colgate Palmolive, Mahindra etc and also features in list of select B-schools for which such competitions are open. IIFTians work hard and party harder. The cultural activities go on round the year and there is always a constant interaction between juniors and seniors. Sporting activities are a usual phenomenon on campus. Thus the overall experience at IIFT Delhi has been great so far and I only expect it to get better and better.


Rajat
Rajat
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2017
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
9/10
  • Ours is a residential programme under which the hostels are compulsory within the campus. There are 3 hostels with one of them just outside the campus.
  • The food in the college is good value for money.
  • All the key infrastructure are very much available along woth high speed wifi, required labs , etc.

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
8/10
  • All these factors can be rated above average. My internship is in a financial consulting firm and the stipend is above industry average.
  • Companies like golman sachs, Jpmc, shell, godrej consumers, etc come and recruit regularly.

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
5/10
  • Fees is very high as in all the MBA colleges.
  • Scholarships is very less and not more than 2-3 % students get them.
  • Loans are very much required and they are very easily available.

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
8/10
  • Daily routine classes are aptly scheduled so as to allow the students to have a fresh mind to attemd classes, participate in competition and complete all the assignments and projects.
  • Method of teaching is updated and technology os used regularly. Teachers are of varying quality with most of them being in above satisfactory level.
  • The overall experience is very enriching and learning.


Vikas
Vikas
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2017
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
10/10

Students' Council(IMF)

About IMF

This is the IIFT governing students' council which acts as a coordinator for, and provides administrative support to, various student activities and events at IIFT besides taking policy decisions regarding student affairs in consultation with the Director/Chairperson/Program Director. The IMF consists of ten elected members.

Clubs and Cells In IIFT

The best kind of learning is from your peers. This is the belief which IIFT functions with. With the student council as an umbrella body, 6 clubs and 7 cells work to ensure collaborative and comprehensive learning the year round. All the possible domains of management- Finance, Marketing, Operations, Consulting, Systems, and Trade, are handled by one club each. The clubs impart domain and industry-specific knowledge via Knowledge Transfer Sessions throughout the year.

Following are the clubs:

 

Following are the cells:

 

 

Events

 Campus Life

Since the batch strength is small, the bonding between students is very high and everybody on campus knows everybody else. One of the special highlights of campus life is the celebration of all festivals with great gusto and loads of energy. Be it Biryani on Eid, fireworks and Rangolis on Diwali, or Dhol and bonfires on Lohri, these celebrations form an integral part of the student culture.


Amidst all rigors of academic life, IIFTians definitely know how to live it up once in a while. And when we let our hair down, we party like there’s no tomorrow. Music, ambiance – we got it all. Parties don’t end at dawn….every party is the source of new stories and rumors to keep the students occupied in whatever free time they get.


And once a year we make our signature move with the annual management fest, Quo Vadis, organized by the students and is one of the biggest events in campus. For three days students from top notch b-schools from across India come to IIFT to participate in various management and cultural events. With a lot of cash prizes at stake, Quo Vadis sees the best talent in India converging to the IIFT campus. After a hard day’s work, every night at Quo Vadis is capped off with music performances, dance and revelry.

 


INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
8/10

Library

One of the largest of its kind in the developing world, with a holding of around 84,000 volumes and subscriptions to 800 journals with complete online cataloguing, the IIFT Library is a veritable storehouse of information. Besides being an invaluable place of reference for industry, research scholars and students alike, the Library has an unique collection of publications of FAO, IMF, OECD, UNCTAD, UNCTC, World Bank, and other international agencies. The students have access to database such as the NIC, CMIE, India Trades, World Bank Indicators and other audio-visual aids on management. IIFT has set up the WTO Resource Centre in the Library to focus exclusively on WTO issues. The Centre is the only one of its kind in India, which enhances the utility of the IIFT Library even further. Besides the main Library, there is a Library-cum-Reading Room open round-the-clock, situated in the hostel.

Foreign Trade Library

The Foreign Trade Library is a knowledge bank in the field of Management, Foreign Trade and WTO related issues. It has an organized collection of Information resources on International Business & Economic Environment which are accessible in printed or e-form to its Readers for their reference or borrowing. It continued with its endeavor to add to its collection specialized publications, reports, Databases, e-Journals, Print Journals, Articles etc. and get itself updated regularly. Presently Library has an impressive collection of 1,00,990 resources that comprises74,008 book/CDs-volumes, 17381 bound periodicals, and 447 periodicals & 4000 articles.

Hostel Facilities

C9 Hostel

Hostel life is the most important part of one's journey at IIFT. With over 60 students staying at our newly developed hostel at C9, the atmosphere of learning and having fun while staying at IIFT is unmatched. There is a separate mess facility at C9, and seating space for all students.

There is also a common room facility for students where they can sit for discussions and projects. It is also a great space for students to relax and rejuvenate owing to the television facility and table tennis facility. Hardly a five minute walk from the campus, it is well guarded and located in the plush green surrounding of Qutab Institutional Area

New Hostel

New Hostel (NH) is for the senior batch of students pursuing MBA (IB) from IIFT. It has 6 floors and all the rooms are on double-occupancy basis. Top two floors are guest rooms. NH hostel is connected with the help of passage to the academic block of IIFT .

It has a common room with a television and table-tennis table. It has an air-conditioned mess with sitting facility for all students staying. NH has Nescafe for refreshment adjoining to the hostel.

Old Hostel

Old Hostel (OH), located within the IIFT campus, has eight floors (including a basement) and is home to both the first and second year students of the residential International Business program.

Some rooms of the hostel face the landmark Qutab Minar while some face the lush green Sanjay Van, providing the perfect setting for students to enjoy a fresh environ.

The hostel has a mess which is capable of seating approximately 100 students at a time. The hostel also has a common computer facility which can be used by the students to take print-outs without visiting the market. Closely situated is the dry facility to cater to students' needs.

The hostel is fee is around Rs, 1,00,000 for two years. One cannot opt for a PG in full time programme and it is compulsary to stay in hostel but for Foreign exchange programme people, there are easy PG facilities available in Green park and Hauzkhas in around Rs. 7000/- per month.

Mess:

Every hostel has food facility available. The common mess prepares food at one place which is then put up in all 3 hostels with good quality and different menu every day. There is a provision of special food once in a  month and Non Veg is offered twice a week and chinese once a week. Mess charges Rs.11,250/- for 3 months together.

Overall, the campus is not as big as other b-schools but all the basic facilities are available here.


PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
9/10
  • My intership is with Amazon (Sales Specialist) for 8 weeks and I will be joining the same in the first week of April. The stipend in around Rs 60k per month. College also promotes NGO training of 3 weeks in the month of december for inculcation the social aspect into very future manager.
  • Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) achieved 100% placements in record time for its flagship MBA (IB) program.IIFT was the first amongst Top 10 B-School across the country to finish its Final Placements. A total of 81 companies made offers to its largest batch ever, comprising 254 students with the average number of offers per company seeing a considerable increase of around 15% over the previous year. 64 Pre-Placement offers were made to IIFTians. New associations with reputed organisations like 3M, Nivea, Adobe, Pernod Ricard, TGI Group, British Telecom, Synergy Consulting Inc., GM, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, Swiss Singapore, Hexaware, Concentrix, Tata Sky, Trident, Welspun, Religare, Blue Stone, Michael Page. Multiple roles on offer in E-Commerce sector such as Account Manager, Business Analyst, Financial Analyst, Category Manager, Product Manager, Marketing Manager, Sales Specialist & Operations Manager were the striking feature of the placement season
  • Average compensation has seen a tremendous increase of 24% over last year, at Rs 18.01 LPA for the class of 2016. Highest International compensation saw a 36% increase over last year to USD 150,000 PA offered. The highest domestic package drawn stood at an astounding Rs 29 LPA, a rise of 21% over previous year’s highest CTC. 35% of the batch took up offers in Sales and Marketing domain and 29% chose Finance as the domain for starting their careers. BFSI sector had a dominant presence with almost 26% of the batch choosing to start their careers in this growing sector. Amazon and Cognizant Business Consulting together made the highest number of offers followed by JP Morgan and Vodafone. 15 students got international roles with rise in offers across locations such as Nigeria, Peru, Dubai, Singapore.

 


FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
8/10
  •  The course consist of 6 trisems overall with duration of 4 months for each. The approximate fee is around Rs. 8,50,000/- per year (Including Hostel and mess charges which are compulsary) which needs to be paid at the end of each trisem according to distribution provided by administration.
  • Only students from lower income groups get a chance to apply for scholarship and it is provided on case to case basis. The category students are charged less than 50% of actual fee.
  • Approximately 20 students get the benefit of scholarship each year.
  • Around 50% of students opt for loan and that is easily possible with State Bank Of India, NCERT Branch which is very near to college. The Rate of interest offered by SBI is also minimum as compared to other banks. Students with work experience of more than 2 months gets benefit of 0.25%.

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
8/10
  • An MBA degree with a focus on International Business and Trade is offered by very few colleges in INDIA and Indian Institute of Foreign Trade is best among those colleges. Case study based teaching is the best way to learn in MBA colleges and IIFT Faculty not only subscribe those case studies but also tries the best to discuss maximum during lectures. College also offers lot of opprtunities related to physical fitness and compulsary Yoga classes in first two trisems is one example of the same. Students attend maximum 4 classes a day with each class is of approximately 2 hours, followed by guest lectures and various assignment and group projects. More than 7 Bllomberg terminal subscription helps students to compete with world's top universities. Indian Institute of Foreign Trade is the only trade college in INDIA.


Mansi
Mansi
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2017
INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
8/10
  • There are two hostels for students at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, [IIFT] Delhi. The hostels cost around Rs. 1,00,000/- for two years.
  • There is a mess that provides meals 4 times a day. There is also a night canteen available for students.
  • The classrooms are well equipped with the latest infrastructure. There is facility of 24x7 wifi for students. The college also had a great library.

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
10/10
  • The college has a placement committee that is engaged in providing students with internships as well as final placements. The salaries and stipends can be checked through the placement reports. Some of the best companies in marketing, finance, operations, etc domains visit the campus.

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
7/10
  • The course fee at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, [IIFT] Delhi is approximately Rs. 14,00,000/-.
  • The college also provides a scholarship in some special cases.
  • Loans are easily available under various student's scholar loan schemes.

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
10/10
  • The quality of teaching at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, [IIFT] Delhi is great.
  • The overall experience at the college provides a great opportunity for overall learning and personality development.


Bhanu
Bhanu
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2017
FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
5/10
  • The course fee is INR 7,00,000 per annum at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
  • Loans are not needed

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
9/10
  • The quality and method of teaching are good at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade


Sahil
Sahil
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2016
FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
6/10
  • Scholarship options are provided to the students at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
  • Loans are needed


Vinay
Vinay
Post Graduate Programme in Management [PGPM], batch of 2016
CLUBS & ASSOCIATIONS
10/10
  •  IMF (International Management Forum) is one of the student society at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade.
  • A lot of festivals are celebrated each year on campus
  • Life in college is good

INFRASTRUCTURE & TRANSPORTATION
10/10
  • The course fee is INR 57,000 per year at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
  • Classroom infrastructure is very good

PLACEMENTS & ALUMNI NETWORK
10/10
  • Internship options are provided to the students at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
  • The average salary is INR 140000 for two months
  • Alumni network is good

FEES AND SCHOLARSHIP
9/10
  • The course fee is INR 1450000 for 2 years at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade
  • Loans can be availed from any banks

ACADEMICS & FACULTY
10/10
  • The class timing at Indian Institute of Foreign Trade starts at 9:15 am\
  • The method of teaching is good


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