IIFT 2020: NTA now opens correction window

IIFT 2020: NTA now opens correction window
Richa Kapoor | Nov 9, 2019 - 4:06 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, NOVEMBER 9: The National Testing Agency (NTA) has now opened the correction window for all the candidates who had filled the application form for the entrance exam to Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT). Also the registration process for candidates from Jammu and Kashmir ended on November 8. According to the notification issued by the NTA with regard to making changes in the application form, only those particulars could be changed which are either incomplete or incorrect except for exam cities.

IIFT 2020 Registration Dates



Commencement of registration Process

September 9, 2019

Last date to fill the form

November 3, 2019

Last date to pay the fees for the application form

November 4, 2019 (11:50 p.m)

Start and end date for registering for candidates who are from Jammu and Kashmir

November 4-8, 2019

Correction window for the registration form

November 9-11, 2019

IIFT 2020

December 1, 2019

IIFT 2020 Registration Form: Steps for Correction

Step 1 - Click on the official website which is iift.nta.nic.in

Step 2 - Now click on the ‘Application Form Correction’ tab

Step 3 - Enter the IIFT login details

Step 4 - Application form will be displayed on the screen

Step 5 - Click on the tab ‘correction in the application form’

Step 6- Read the terms and conditions and click on tab ‘Proceed for correction’

Step 7- Make the necessary changes in the application form

Step 8- Enter the security pin

Step 9- Submit the application form

Important Instructions:

  • Candidates must remember that they should make the changes in the application form very carefully as this is a one time opportunity for them to make the changes.

  • The authorities will not entertain any request to change the exam city.

  • Students will not be allowed to edit passport size image and signature.

  • Candidates are advised not to take the printout of the revised application form for future events.

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