AIFD WAT 2021 Counselling will be held in June 2021 tentatively by Army Institute of Fashion and Design. Army Institute of Fashion & Design Written Admission Test 2021 (AIFD WAT 2021) is conducted to offer admissions to eligible and interested aspirants into UG and PG courses in the field of Fashion Design. Only the children of eligible army personnel can participate. WAT Result will determine the admission in the institute. Candidates can check all the details regarding AIFD WAT Counselling 2021 in this article.
AIFD WAT 2021 Counselling Dates
Given below is the schedule for AIFD WAT Counselling:
AIFD WAT 2021 Counselling Dates
|Commencement of AIFD WAT 2021 Application Form ||First week of February 2021|
|Last date of Submission of AIFD WAT 2021 Application Form||Fourth week of March 2021|
|AIFD WAT 2021 Admit Card Availability||4th week of April to 2nd week of May 2021|
|AIFD WAT 2021 Exam||2nd week of May 2021|
|Declaration of Result for AIFD WAT 2021||4th week of May 2021|
|Registration of passed candidates for Admission||1st week of June 2021|
|Announcement of the final list of candidates for admission||2nd week of June 2021|
|Payment of the balance of Institute and Hostel Fee||3rd week of June 2021|
|Reporting to Institute for admission (Selected candidates only)||1st week of July 2021|
AIFD WAT 2021 Counselling
Admission schedule will be available on the official website of Army Institute of Fashion and Design. Given below is some information that candidates have to keep in mind for the counselling:
- There is no official AIFD WAT counselling process for admissions.
- Once the final merit list is out, selected candidates need to report at AIFD Bangalore for document verification. Candidates ensure to carry all the necessary documents. Without document verification, admission will not be granted.
- Candidates must pay an amount of Rs 10,000 as a registration fee of admission and hostel fee of Rs.5,000 before the second week of June.
- Candidates will have to make the payment through a crossed demand in favour of “Army Institute of Fashion & Design” payable at Bangalore. Aspirants must pay the admission fee within ten days from the declaration of AIFD WAT result 2021.
- A total of 60 seats will be allocated to the eligible and qualified candidates in the institute that is affiliated to Bangalore University. Moreover, 10% of the total seats will be offered to Karnataka civilians.
- No change in course/campus will be possible in case a candidate has been successfully admitted to any course after the counselling process and seat is reserved by the candidate.
- Paid fees will not be refunded if candidates fail to intimate withdrawal from admission within the time limit.
Documents required for AIFD WAT Counselling
Given below is the list of documents required for admission in AIFD WAT:
- Identity Card (Aadhar Card, Voters ID, Driving License, etc.)
- Character certificate
- Transfer certificate
- Migration certificate
- Matriculation Marks Card
- Mark sheet of class XI and XII (having studied the same combination for two years)
- Filled-in Admission form
- Score Card and Admit Card of AIFD WAT 2021
- Admission Fee in Cash or DD or Print of Online Payment Acknowledgement
- Proof of being ward Army Personnel
- Proof of Award given to Parents of Candidate (for which benefit in admission is provided)
- Medical Fitness Certificate in prescribed form
Note: Candidates will be granted provisional admission at Army Institute of Fashion and Design (AIFD) Bangalore in case if they fail to produce the original documents at the time of counselling of AIFD WAT 2021. Aspirants are required to produce a letter from the concerned Head of the institute. Subsequently, candidates will have to submit the original documents within 15 days of the provisional admission. Failing to do so will result in cancellation of the admission.
Courses and Fees for AIFD WAT
Given below are courses and fees that will be in AIFD:
|Bachelor in Fashion & Apparel Design [BFAD]||₹3.04 Lakhs (1st Year Fees)|
|Master in Fashion & Apparel Design [MFAD]||₹1.61 Lakhs (1st Year Fees)|