Hitesh Makhija

EPGDIB | Batch of 2020

Hitesh Makhija's Review on Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, [IIFT] Delhi

Overall Rating : 1 / 10

Written on 04 Jan 2020

Academics & Faculty
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1 /10

Classes start at 9.15 am till 6.30pm. Various assignments and quiz competitions are conducted regularly. Routine is hecti and institute does injustice and discrimination in providing lunch, tea, hygiene etc. Management of course is very very poor, which you don't expect from such a highly renowned & reputed institution. Administration at Institute is pathetic, annoying and Institute is the one which needs to be taught management rather than the teaching students.

Fees & Scholarship
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1 /10

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, [IIFT] Delhi Fee Structure. The course fee is about INR 5.2 Lakh.

Placements & Alumni Network
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No facilities are provided for placements in this course. Institute does says it is on its flagship course but lacks the will and commitment to drive it.

Infrastructure & Transportation
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No hostel facility is provided to executive students. Mess at the institute is average. Food is reasonable in cost but low in quality. Poor quality classroom, administration and even want to make money if you touch even an already broken thing. Unmanaged infrastructure which requires various modifications and replacements.

Clubs & Associations
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1 /10

There are societies at college but due to rigorousness of course, hardly one gets to be a part of society.

Eligibility Criteria & Admission Process
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This is a course for Executives with experience of at least 3 yrs after Enginnering or 5 yrs after Commerce/Arts background. GD & PI is taken up once scrutiny is done on the basis of your application form. No cut-off. Just answer the straight questions in the application letter.


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