Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI) | Admissions in UG & PG | Apply before 15th May 2015

FDDIOrganisation Name: Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI)

Type: Private

Campus: Noida, Chennai, Kolkata, Rohtak, Jodhpur, Fursatganj, Chhindwara, Guna

Academic Programs:

Selection Procedure:

Eligible candidate is required to undertake an All India Selection Test (AIST) comprising of Computer based Multiple Choice Examination. AIST will be conducted on 12, 13 & 14 June, 2015 at various centres.

The programme and the campus will be allotted to the candidate on the basis of his/her rank and preference. Successful candidate will be called for the counseling in the order of his rank. Admissions will be made strictly on merit basis (Rank-wise) and counseling/admissions will continue till all the seats get filled.

Students will be called for the counseling in excess of the seats to cater for some students opting out during counseling.

A candidate who is allotted a seat will be required to pay an initial amount of Rs. 25000/- at the time of counseling to reserve the seat. The amount submitted shall not be refunded in case of withdrawal of admission. The candidate will be given seven working days to deposit the balance fee.

Reservation & Exemption:

Institute reserves 15% seats for Scheduled Caste (SC) and 7.5% seats for Scheduled Tribe (ST) and 27% seats for OBC (Non Creamy) candidates respectively in each programme in both sponsored as well as non-sponsored category.

3% seats are reserved for physically handicapped students in each programme as per the persons with Disability Act 1995. Such candidates should submit the disability certificate issued by medical board notified by State/Central authority certifying their disability as 40% or more.

Candidates applying under OBC quota would have to satisfy the caste and creamy layer requirement details. National commission for backward classes (NCBC) websites may be seen for reference :

(a) http://www.ncbc.nic.in/backward-classes/index.html
(b) http://www.ncbc.nic.in/html/creamylayer.html

Candidates applying under this quota would have to produce a caste certificate from the Competent Authorities of the respective States/Union Territories certifying that they don’t belong to the creamy layer.

EXEMPTION: Candidates who have attempted in any of the below mentioned entrance test are eligible for exemption from appearing in the written test of FDDI (AIST).

Master Degree Programmes: CAT/XAT/MAT /AIMA/JMET/NMAT/ AMCAT/ SNAP/ GMAT/ AIM-CAT / or any other equivalent entrance test

Bachelor Degree Programmes: AI EEE/BITSAT/lITJEE/GGSIPU/VIT/SR M/BCECE/UPSEE/MPCET/GUJCET/EAMCET/COMEDK / MH CET/ODISHA JEE or any other equivalent entrance test.

However score secured by them in these examinations shall be considered as per the following criteria – the aggregate percentile of said examination will be equated at par with FDDI percentile. Marks corresponding to the nearest percentile of the candidate who has appeared in the FDDI examination will be allotted and the candidate having percentile in other examinations will be positioned just below such candidate.

AIST 2015 Examination Structure:

FDDI entrance test will be of 2.5 hrs. (Two and half hours) duration and would be conducted in English & Hindi languages. There would be a total of 150 objective type questions. Multiple choices for these questions will be available and candidates are required to choose the right answer. Examination would comprise the following sections:

For Post Graduate Programmes:

Section

Description

Times Suggested
(In minutes)
Number of Questions
Section A Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning

45

45

Section B English

45

45

Section C General Awareness

30

30

Section D Business Aptitude

30

30

Total  

150

150

For Under Graduate Programmes:

Section

Description

Times Suggested (In minutes) Number of Questions
Section A Mathematics

45

45

Section B General Science

30

30

Section C English

45

45

Section D General Awareness

30

30

Total  

150

150

Each question would carry 1 mark. There is no negative marking. The time allotted for the test will be shown on the screen as Time Left to finish the test. The time will start to tick as soon as the candidates click the “Start Test” button. On completion of the test, the candidates can exit by pressing the “Submit” button. The candidates should attempt all the questions within the stipulated test duration of 2.5 hours to avoid being “timed out”.

The Test Centre Administrator would be available at the test centre to provide all the necessary assistance. The test would be invigilated to ensure that spirit of the exam is maintained. The candidate found indulging in the malpractice of any nature would be disqualified and would be instructed to leave the test premises immediately. The candidate would not be allowed to carry Mobile Phones, Pagers, Calculators, PDA, Listening Devices and Recording or Photographic devices of any nature in the examination hall.

Important dates:

Last date for issue of prospectus / application form

15/05/2015

Last date for submission / receipt of application form 15/05/2015
Date of Entrance Test 12/06/2015, 13/06/2015 & 14/06/2015
Declaration Of Result 30/06/2015
Date for Counselling
PG PROGRAMMES
08/07/2015, 09/07/2015 & 10/07/2015
UG PROGRAMMES
13/07/2015, 14/07/2015, 15/07/2015 & 16/07/2015
Prospectus Application Form

 

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