"National Testing Agency officials opened the application facility for the IIFT MBA 2022 entrance exam today, 2 September 2021."
NTA officials bave opened the online application facility for the IIFT MBA 2022 entrance test today, 2 September 2021. Hence, eligible aspirants can now register for the assessment on the official examination website, iift.nta.nic.in, until 15 October 2021. The National Testing Agency plans to conduct the MBA entrance exam in an offline testing mode on 5 December 2021. Earlier, the registration facility was to open from 1 September 2021. However, officials delayed the release of the application due to a system-based error.
How to Register for IIFT MBA 2022
Applications for the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) MBA 2022 entrance examination are now available online. Hence, aspiring candidates can go through the listed instructions to register for the exam.
- Go to the official website – iift.nta.nic.in
- Then, select the “IIFT MBA 2022” link available on the home page.
- Afterwards, click on the “Registration” tab.
- Register by providing basic candidate details.
- Then, log in with the user credentials sent to the registered mobile number.
- Fill out the application form with personal, academic, and communication details.
- Then, upload the necessary documents.
- Pay the registration fee through online means.
- Finally, verify and submit the registration form.
NTA officials have advised aspirants to go through the online eligibility criteria before registering. Furthermore, students should have the following documents on hand before beginning the application process.
- Class 10 and 12 mark sheets and certificates
- Qualifying examination documentation
- Passport-sized photograph and signature
- Category certificate (if necessary)
The IIFT MBA is a national-level entrance assessment that facilitates admissions into MBA programmes for the upcoming academic year. The National Testing Agency oversees the assessment annually. This year, the application process will take place wholly online due to COVID-19 constraints.