National Institute of Design
NID M.Des 2017: Schedule and Cutoff
Last date for receiving the completed application forms at NID is: Monday, 28 November 2016
Design aptitude test for B. Des. (at all centres) – Sunday, 08 January 2017
Design aptitude test for M. Des(at all centres) Sunday, 08 January 2017
Click here to Apply Online Registration for NID 2017-18
Pahal Results 2016
- 40 Pahal Students in NIFT Top 100 (AIR-1, AIR-2, AIR-3, AIR-4, AIR-5, AIR-7, AIR-10, AIR-14, AIR-18, AIR-24, AIR-26)
- 422 Pahal Students Selected in NIFT 2016
- 20 Pahal students selected in NID (AIR-1, AIR-2, AIR-3, AIR-4, AIR-5)
Pahal Results 2015
- 37 Pahal Students in NIFT Top 100 (AIR-4, AIR-6, AIR-10, AIR-13, AIR-15, AIR-17, AIR-18, AIR-22, AIR-27, AIR-39
- 385 Pahal Students Selected in NIFT 2015
- 20 Students qualified for IIT-UCEED
- 230 Students qualified for NATA
Pahal Results 2014
- 11 Pahal Students in NIFT Top 100 (AIR-9, AIR-11, AIR-16, AIR-18, AIR-21, AIR-30, AIR-36, AIR-41, AIR-47, AIR-51, AIR-74)
- NID Result 2014: 27 Students Shortlisted for NID Studio Test
- NIFT Result 2014: 215 Students Selected for NIFT
Pahal Results 2013
- 7 Pahal Students in NIFT Top 50 (AIR-9, AIR-16, AIR-21, AIR-30, AIR-36, AIR-47, AIR-50)
- NID – 5 PAHAL STUDENTS SELECTED FOR NID (3-UG, 2-PG)
- NIFT – 135 OUT OF 145 (93.1% Success rate) PAHAL STUDENTS SELECTED FOR NIFT
National Institute of Design is internationally acclaimed as one of the finest educational and research institutions for Industrial, Communication, Textile and IT Integrated (Experiential) Design. It is an Institute of National Importance under the DIPP, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India.
NID’s vision is to emerge as a global leader in Design Education and Research and become a torchbearer for innovative design directions in the industry, commerce and development sectors. NID’s transdisciplinary environment consisting of 20 diverse design domains helps in creating innovative and holistic ecosystem for design learning.
The overall structure of NID’s programme is a combination of theory, skills, design projects and field experiences supported by cutting edge design studios, skill & innovation labs and the Knowledge Management Centre.
Sponsored design projects are brought into the classroom to provide professional experience. Interdisciplinary design studies in Humanities widen the students’ horizons and increase general awareness of contemporary issues.
National Institute of Design offers professional education programmes at Bachelors and Masters level with five faculty streams and 20 diverse design domains. NID has established exchange programmes and ongoing pedagogic relationships with over 50 overseas institutions. NID has also been playing a significant role in promoting design.
The Professional Education at NID has both Bachelors and Masters Programmes— Bachelor of Design (B.Des.) of 4 years duration for students after 10+2 or equivalent like AISSCE/ IB/ ISC, and Master of Design (M.Des.) of 2 ½ years duration for graduates from various domains specific to each discipline.
NID offers a wide spectrum of design domains while encouraging transdisciplinary design projects. NID is a unique institution with many problem-solving capabilities, depths of intellect and a time-tested creative educational culture in promoting design competencies and setting standards of design education.
A unique feature of NID’s design education programme is the openness of its educational culture and environment where students from different faculties and design domains interact with each other in a seamless manner. The benefit of learning in such a trans-disciplinary context is immeasurable.
Hostel accommodation is provided to all out-station B.Des. students who are enrolled in programmes at Ahmedabad campus. Hostel accommodation for B.Des. students is provided for the first seven (7) semesters only. B.Des. Students with homes in Ahmedabad would not be eligible for hostel accommodation.
M.Des. students enrolled in programmes at Ahmedabad campus are required to make accommodation arrangements outside campus on their own.
At the Gandhinagar campus of NID, hostel accommodation is provided to all out-station M. Des. students who are enrolled in programmes at Gandhinagar campus. Hostel accommodation for such M. Des. students at Gandhinagar is provided for the first four (4) semesters since the last (5th) semester of the M. Des. programme is expected to be spent in industry.
The programmes available at Bengaluru campus are nonresidential. All students enrolled in programmes at the Bengaluru campus are required to make accommodation arrangements outside the campus on their own. NID would be happy to provide information to students on accommodation available outside the campus.
Extra Curricular Activities
The Student Activity Committee functions through its various committees, dealing with the Canteen, Sports, Entertainment, and through groups which plan social and cultural events. Recreational facilities for ‘net games’ and campus fitness centre with aerobic facilities are available in the Institute within the campus.
The NID doctors (including one Lady Doctor) visit the campus clinic everyday and can be consulted in the consultation room in the campus. NID does not have hospitalisation or isolation facilities available on the campus. Arrangements may be made for hospitalisation at Government hospitals in Ahmedabad for any resident student to whom this is recommended by the Institute’s doctor.
Bachelor of Design (B.Des.)
The BACHELOR OF DESIGN programme commences with a two semester rigorous Foundation Programme followed by 3 years of specialized studies in any of the disciplines offered in B.DES.
The one year Foundation Programme is geared towards developing values, perspectives, sensorial skills and aesthetic sensitivity essential for a designer in making. It introduces students to the fundamentals of design and helps develop ways of perception, understanding of multidisciplinary nature of design and relationship of design with human senses and emotions, culture, environment and ecology.
Basic design ‘studio’ courses are augmented by introductory studies in Science and Liberal Arts. This allows the students to develop a worldview, understanding of Indian milieu and the socio cultural context for Design to operate. The varied inputs over two semesters provide the necessary direction, stimuli, facilities and experience to foster creativity and thereby help each individual to discover their own identity and potential. The Foundation Programme is the basis on which the remaining design curriculum is built.
Master of Design (M.Des.)
PROJECTED NUMBER OF SEATS IN M.Des.: 275 (Includes reserved categories)
Candidates having a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent including those who will be appearing for the qualifying examinations during the academic year (2014-15) in the areas mentioned against each discipline are eligible to apply. Successful candidates shall be given admission to the academic programme, by the institute, subject to their passing the qualifying examinations. The medium of instruction at NID is English.
Bachelor of Design (B.des)
|Main Campus, Ahmedabad||Communication Design||Textile, Apparel & Lifestyle Accessory Design|
|Product Design||15||Graphic Design||15||Textile Design||15|
|Furniture Design||10||Animation Film Design||15|
|Ceramic & Glass Design||10||Film & Video Communication||10|
|Total No Seats||100|
Master of Design (M.des)
|Industrial Design||Pg Campus, Gandhinagar||R&D Campus, Bengaluru|
|Product Design||15||Transportation & Automobile Design||15||Information Design||15|
|Furniture Design||15||Toy & Game Design||10||Interaction Design||15|
|Ceramic & Glass Design||10||Photography Design||15||Design For Retail Experience||15|
|Graphic Design||15||Apparel Design||15||Universal Design||15|
|Animation Film Design||15||Lifestyle Accessory Design||15||Digital Game Design||15|
|Film & Video Communication||15||New Media Design||15|
|Textile Design||15||Strategic Design Management||15|
|Total No Seats||275|
How to apply
ADMISSION PROCEDURE TO GET YOUR APPLICATION FORM:
For General Category/OBC (Non Creamy Layer) Category:
The application form may be downloaded from this website. The completed application forms may be posted to NID/handed over physically with self attested supporting documents and Demand Draft of Rs. 1,500/- drawn on any Nationalized bank in favour of ‘National Institute of Design’ payable at Ahmedabad. Do not forget to mention your name and address at the back side of the demand draft.
OBC (Other Backward Class) candidates are required to submit non-creamy layer certificate from Collectorate. The OBC (Non-Creamy Layer) Certificate should be submitted in the format given on our website. Other formats will not be accepted. The certificate should be issued after March 31, 2014. Failing to submit the certificate as given here, the application form will be rejected.
Incomplete or incorrectly filled application forms / forms not satisfying eligibility criteria / forms without required fees will be rejected.
All reserved category candidates [SC/ST/PH/OBC (Non-Creamy Layer)] should submit their Caste/Category certificate alongwith application form only. Caste/Category certificates sent later will not be accepted.
For SC/ST/PH Categories:
The application form may be downloaded from our website admissions.nid .edu. The completed application forms may be posted to NID/handed over physically with supporting documents and Demand Draft of Rs. 750/- drawn on any Nationalized bank in favour of ‘National Institute of Design’ payable at Ahmedabad. Do not forget to mention your name and address at the back side of the demand draft.
The applicant should also send in a self attested copy of the relevant reserved category (SC/ST/PH/OBC-Non Creamy Layer) certificate from competent authority.
Attested copies of Caste/Category Certificates required from SC/ST/PH Category Candidates:
SC/ST category candidates must attach relevant certificates of Caste/ Category from the District Collectorate as per the Government of India rules/ format, otherwise the application form will be rejected.
PH (Physically Handicapped) category candidates are required to submit certificate from the Chief Medical Officer (minimum 40% disability).
Those M.Des. candidates applying for two disciplines must send two separate application forms along with two separate sets of documents and two separate demand drafts in two separate envelopes. Any application form not accompanied with set of relevant documents will be rejected.
The application form fee Rs. (1,500 / 750) will not be refunded in case of rejected applications.
No official communication will be made regarding rejected application forms.
Hall Ticket / Call Letter will be posted by December 22, 2014.
Those who do not receive the call letters by December 31, 2014 may get in touch with NID’s Admissions Cell at phone 011-41350505, +91-9899429749 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission is on the basis of NID’s method of selection, which extends beyond the students previous academic qualifications. The NID Admission Committee systematically seeks evidence of the perception, attitude, aptitude, achievement and motivation essential for a challenging and satisfying design career.
The objective of the tests and the interviews is to ascertain the above qualities. Design Aptitude Test (DAT) shall be conducted at various centres. Based on the scores obtained in these tests, candidates will be shortlisted and called for the second phase.
The second phase of the admission procedure will consist of studio tests followed by personal interviews at Ahmedabad, Bengaluru and Gandhinagar.
Call letters for the second phase of the admission procedure will be posted by second week of March, 2015. This information will also be available on NID’s website admissions.nid.edu. All those candidates called for the second phase are required to attend the studio tests and interview, which completes the process of selection.
The norms for the selection are the sole prerogative of the Admission Committee and the decision of the Admission Committee and the Management in any of the matters concerning the admission process and selection will be final.
Any direct or indirect attempt to influence the admission committee or its members, academic office bearers or management will lead to the automatic disqualification of the candidate(s).
Documents to be enclosed
List of documents to be enclosed with B.Des. application form:
1. B.Des. Hall Ticket (both copies) duly filled in with recent passport size photographs.
2. Self attested copies of SSC & HSC marksheets (those who are studying presently in HSC, must submit bonafide certificate from the school/ college).
3. Self attested copy of relevant certificate indicating Date of Birth (Upper age limit as on 1st June, 2015 is 20 years for General category– Relaxable by 3 years for Reserved categories).
4. For General Category: The candidates born before 1st June, 1995 are not eligible.
5. For Reserved Categories: The candidates born before 1st June, 1992 are not eligible.
6. Self attested copy of relevant Caste/Category certificate issued by competent authority for SC/ST/PH/OBC non-creamy layer candidates wherever applicable.
7. List of documents to be enclosed with M.Des. Application form:
M.Des. Hall Ticket (both copies) duly filled in with recent passport size photographs.
1. Self attested copies of marksheets of SSC, HSC, completed years of Graduation and Degree certificate / Provisional certificate / Passing certificate (those who are studying presently in final year of graduation must submit bonafide certificate from the college).
2. Self attested copy of relevant certificate indicating Date of Birth (Upper age limit as on 1st June, 2015 is 30 years for General category– Relaxable by 3 years for Reserved categories).
3. For General Category: The candidates born before 1st June, 1985 are not eligible.
4. For Reserved Categories: The candidates born before 1st June, 1982 are not eligible.
5. Self attested copy of relevant Caste/Category certificate issued by competent authority for SC/ST/PH/OBC non-creamy layer candidates wherever applicable.
No. of Seats
Prescribed percentage of seats are reserved for candidates belonging to various reserved categories scheduled as per the norms of the Government of India.
Number of seats in the B.Des. is projected to be 100 (includes reserved categories) and for the M. Des.it is 275 (includes reserved categories).
For both B.Des. and M. Des. the Institute will draw separate waiting lists with approximately 10 percent of the total number of seats available.
All candidates fulfilling the requirements of minimum qualification and falling within the prescribed age limit will be called for the Design Aptitude Test (M.Des.or B.Des.) to be conducted at 12 centres
NID reserves its right to cancel any of these centres.
Admission is open to students who have passed or who will appear for qualifying examinations under the Higher Secondary (10+2) or equivalents like AISSCE/ IB/ ISC during the academic year 2014-15. Successful candidates shall be given admission to the academic programme, by the institute, subject to their passing the qualifying examinations. The medium of instruction at NID is English.
Upper age limit for candidates is 20 years (relaxable by 3 years for reserved categories) as on June 1, 2015.
For General Category: The candidates born before 1st June, 1995 are not eligible.
For Reserved Categories: The candidates born before 1st June, 1992 are not eligible.
Allotment of the discipline of choice at the end of Foundation year is NOT guaranteed. Discipline allotment takes place only at the end of the first year (Foundation Programme), based purely on student’s performance in the Foundation Programme and the number of seats available in desired discipline.
Candidates having a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent including those who will be appearing for the qualifying examinations during the academic year (2014-15) in the areas mentioned against each discipline are eligible to apply. Successful candidates shall be given admission to the academic programme, by the institute, subject to their passing the qualifying examinations. Those applying for two programmes should send two separate application forms along with two separate sets of documents, two separate demand drafts in two separate envelopes. One cannot apply for more than two M.Des. Programmes. The medium of instruction at NID is English. Upper age limit for candidates is 30 years (relaxable by 3 years for reserved categories) as on June 1, 2015.
For General Category: The candidates born before 1st June, 1985 are not eligible.
For Reserved Categories: The candidates born before 1st June, 1982 are not eligible. PROJECTED NUMBER OF SEATS IN M.Des.: 275 (Includes reserved categories) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR PROGRAMMES OFFERED AT MAIN CAMPUS, AHMEDABAD Product Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology or Architecture, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Furniture Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology or Architecture, OR recognized Diploma in Interior Design or Craft Design (under 10+2+4yr) Ceramic & Glass Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Fine Arts, Engineering, Technology, Architecture or Interior Design, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Graphic Design (2½ years) Degree in any discipline, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Animation Film Design (2½ years) Degree in any discipline, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Film & Video Communication (2½ years) Degree in any discipline, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Textile Design (2½ years) Degree in Design (Textiles/ Fashion/Accessory/Knitwear/Interior), Fine Arts or Architecture, OR recognized Diploma in Handloom Technology/Textile Technology (under 10+2+4yr) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR PROGRAMMES OFFERED AT PG CAMPUS, GANDHINAGAR Transportation & Automobile Design (2½ years) Degree in Industrial Design, Engineering, Technology, Architecture or Interior Design, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Toy & Game Design (2½ years) Degree in any discipline, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Photography Design (2½ years) Degree in any discipline, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Apparel Design (2½ years) Degree in Design (Textiles/ Fashion/Accessory/Knitwear/Interior), Engineering, Technology, Fine Arts or Architecture, OR recognized Diploma in Handloom Technology/ Textile Technology (under 10+2+4yr) Lifestyle Accessory Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology, Architecture or Fine Arts, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) New Media Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Fine Arts, Music, Computer Science and Applications, Electronics or Visual Communications, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Strategic Design Management (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology, Fine Arts, Architecture, Interior Design or Planning, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR PROGRAMMES OFFERED AT R&D CAMPUS, BENGALURU Information Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology, Architecture, Fine Arts, Music, Computer Science, Electronics or Visual Communications, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Interaction Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology, Architecture or Fine Arts, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Design for Retail Experience (2½ years) Degree in any discipline, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Universal Design (2½ years) Degree in Design, Engineering, Technology or Architecture, OR recognized Diploma in Design (under 10+2+4yr) Digital Game Design (2½ years) Degree in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE), Electronics, Fine Arts, Multimedia, Physics, Mathematics, Information technology, Information Science OR recognized Diploma (under 10+2+4yr) of Product design, Animation, Graphics, New Media, Interface and Interaction design, Toy & Game Design The Diplomas (10+2+4 yrs) should be recognized by Government Agencies such as UGC/AICTE/AIU.
Overseas candidates applying for admission into Bachelor of Design/ Master of Design Programme should send their application along with other applicants in India by November 21, 2014. Such students may attend admission test and interview at Ahmedabad.15 percent supernumerary seats in B.Des. Programme and 15 percent supernumerary seats in M.Des. Programme are reserved for applicants from SAARC countries/African countries/Cambodia/Laos/Myanmar/Vietnam and foreign countries.
They should fill in the prescribed application form and send the same with their portfolio (Portfolio is mandatory for M.Des. applicants while for B.Des. applicants, it is optional) to Admissions Office, NID on or before November 21, 2014. Procedure for applying under Overseas Category:
Candidates seeking admission under this category should apply in the prescribed Application Form which should be duly filled in and accompanied with the following documents:
1. A self attested copy of the relevant pages of the passport & visa containing details of the applicant.
2. A Demand Draft of US $ 30 in favour of National Institute of Design, payable at Ahmedabad. Do not forget to mention your name and address at the back side of the demand draft.
3. Relevant B.Des./ M.Des. Hall Ticket (both copies) duly filled in with recent passport size photographs.
4. For B.Des. candidates: Attested copies of marksheets of equivalent grades/ levels of SSC and HSC(under 10 + 2 years). Those who are studying presently in HSC, must submit bonafide certificate from school/ college. Attestation should be done by the School/College Principal/Vice Principal.
5. For M.Des. candidates: Attested copies of marksheets of equivalent grades/ levels of SSC, HSC, completed years of graduation and degree certificate/ provisional certificate/ passing certificate (those who are studying in final year of graduation must submit bonafide certificate from the college). Attestation should be done by the School/College Principal/Vice Principal.
6. The application form should contain the address of your place of residence (your address of the country in which you are staying at the time of application). In the hall tickets, you are free to give any convenient address (India/Abroad).
7. In case Degree/Certificate has been obtained from some University/Board of any other country then an equivalence certificate must be obtained from Association of Indian Universities (AIU), New Delhi, prior to admission.
Seats remaining vacant will lapse and not be converted to any other category
Annual Tuition Fee for Overseas Students:
For the students from SAARC countries, African countries, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam – US$ 5,000
For the rest of foreign students other than those mentioned above – US$ 12000
The other fees will be as applicable to Indian students. The candidates selected under this quota will be required to pay the Fee (as given above) for each academic year consisting of two semesters and would need to obtain a valid residential permit or student visa for the prescribed duration of the programme.
10 Tips for How to Crack NID
- The most common misconception among NID aspirants is that if you draw well, then you can crack NID, which is totally false. Though good sketching is essential, the questions are framed to judge a candidates creativity, imagination & visualization skills/ observation / general awareness etc. So, developing these skills are equally important.
- Be Creative – Creativity is a mysterious trait. Many people have tried to define creativity in their own ways but there is no single universally accepted definition. It is difficult to summarise in a few lines but we can say that creativity is the ability to come up with new, original ideas which are not conventional. It is the breaking away from the stereotype, routine, accepted set of thoughts and possessing a deeper insight to problem solving. In short, a creative person experiences rebirth everyday with his or her ideas.
- Understand that your drawing & creative skills are useless if you are not able to present your thoughts in the exam in the limited amount of time. You stand to lose marks for the questions you fail to answer or which are left incomplete, it doesn’t matter how good you are at your work. So speed is equally important.
- Go through all previous papers of NID. Solve at least 8- 10 past papers within the time limit. Find out a comfortable sequence of answering the paper.
- Don’t practice in A3 size sketch books. Work in A4 size as that is normally the standard size of answer sheets in the examinations.
- If you are faced with a mental block , breathe deeply, relax and then try to answer the question.
- Find your own deep and compelling reason to successfully clear NID. Motivate yourself. Work with enthusiasm & you will be amazed at your ideas & creations.
- In questions requiring drawing, always draw with a light hand first, doing mainly the outlining without the details. When you are satisfied with the proportions & the rough outline, you may finalize. You will save a lot of time that students normally waste in erasing & re-drawing.
- Practice more with dry mediums ( colours ), as they are convenient to use and take less time in exams.
- Plan your time for school/college study & you entrance preparation. Use your time effectively with a time table
——NID/NIFT RESULT 2014——
|Students Name||City||Marks Obtained||Category Rank||Program Applied|
|Shreya Varakhedkar||Bangalore||63.13||General Rank 74||B.Des|
|Shubham Prakash||Hyderabad||57.53||OBC Rank 31||B.Des|
|Abhishek Lal||Patna||54.33||OBC Rank 51||B.Des|
|Pramila Uttam||Lucknow||55.42||OBC Rank 41||B.Des|
|Apoorva P Narayan||Bangalore||51.85||General Rank 644||B.Des|
|Nazneen Kazi||New Delhi||59.27||General Rank 184||B.Des|
|Anshu Agrahari||New Delhi||61.23||General Rank 117||B.Des|
|Juhi Singh||Lucknow||59.83||OBC Rank 16||B.Des|
|Smita Kumari||Patna||62.62||OBC Rank 7||B.Des|
|Eva Ashfaque||New Delhi||37.1||OBC Rank 18||MFTECH|
|Nitu Kumari||New Delhi||31.88||OBC Rank 22||MFTECH|
|Surinder Nath Khanna||New Delhi||55.43||General Rank 133||MFM|
|NISCHAY RATHI||Bangalore||49.58||General Rank 277||MFM|
|Shrishti Singh||Lucknow||52.63||General Rank 198||MFM|
|MUKESH DHURVE||Indore||15.45||ST 17||MFM|
|PRIYANKA BISHT||New Delhi||53.03||General Rank 184||MFM|
|Vishal Singh Boora||Gurgaon||51.95||General Rank 633|
|Rita||New Delhi||52.38||OBC Rank 75|
|Punit Kumar Srivastava||New Delhi||46.23||327||MFM|
|K HEMANTH KUMAR||Bangalore||47.33||General Rank 34||MFTECH|
|DEEBUN VIGNESH T||Bangalore||56.63||9||MFM|
|Harsha Kumari||Patna||35.25||OBC 99||MFM|
|Sujata Shivam||Patna||31.28||OBC 110||MFM|
|KHUSHBOO||New Delhi||41.6||OBC Rank 62||MFM|
|SHUBHAM PRATAP SINGH CHAUHAN||Bareily||47.08||General Rank 312||MFM|
|SHIVANI ARORA||Kota||49||General Rank 62||M.Des|
|Akanksha Sharma||New Delhi||65.87||11||B.Des|
|Supriya Sinha||Patna||OBC 986|
|Rishabh Nahar||New Delhi||35.27||General 2691||B.Des|
|Saroj Kumar||New Delhi||SC 750||B.Des|
|Shivani kinha||New Delhi||38.42||General 2515||B.Des|
|Saurav Suman||Ranchi||42.65||OBC 247||B.Des|
|Ajeet Kumar||Ranchi||OBC 745||B.Des|
|Megha Gupta||New Delhi||44.5||General 1638||B.Des|
|Priti kumari||Lucknow||31.23||OBC 870||B.Des|
|Spriha Singh||New Delhi||24.22||ST 156||B.Des|
|GURIYA KUMARI JAISWAL||Patna||21.5||OBC 1497||B.Des|
|Snigdha Rudola||Gr. Noida||42.02||General 2033||B.Des|
|Nishant Kumar||Ranchi||22.35||OBC 1456||B.Des|
|Shreya Yadav||Lucknow||34.83||OBC 644||B.Des|
|Sarika Kumari||Lucknow||SC 682||B.Des|
|Radhika Sharma||New Delhi||39.47||General 2393||B.Des|
|Vickey Kumar Mehta||New Delhi||37.92||OBC 459||B.Des|
|Sakshi Taneja||New Delhi||41.72||General 2091||B.Des|
|Rushkin Malik||Muzzafarnagar||42.78||OBC 243||B.Des|
|KEYITEIZEULE NDANG||Nagaland||22.67||ST 175||B.Des|
|Monika Maurya||Varanasi||19.37||OBC 1562||B.Des|
|SHIVRAM KRISHNA||Samastipur||27.87||OBC 1100||B.Des|
|Abhishek Rajak||New Delhi||32.52||OBC 782||B.Des|
|Akanksha Rajput||New Delhi||31.28||OBC 865||B.Des|
|Pallav Kumar||Patna||29||OBC 1075||B.Des|
|Zoya Yasin||Bokaro||36.23||General 2662||B.Des|
|Alok Kumar||New Delhi||22.42||OBC 1451||B.Des|
|TEJASWINI KUMAR||Allahabad||29.4||SC 336||B.Des|
|Minal Singh||Lucknow||31.35||OBC 860||B.Des|
|Puja Kumari||Lucknow||25.85||OBC 1236||B.Des|
——NID/NIFT RESULT 2013——
Ekta BhartiNID/NIFT AIR-9, Patna
Radhika SarrafNID/NIFT AIR-16, Patna
Ayeshna VinayakNID/NIFT AIR-30, Patna
Prashanjeet KumarNID PG,Patna
Komal ShreeNID PG, PATNA
Sonal ShrutiAIR-21, Bokaro
Ila RanjanAIR-36, Bokaro
Simran JunejaAIR-50, Patna
Abhineet KumarAIR-47, Patna
Harsh HeraAIR-146, Patna
Arpana TriptyAIR-141, Patna
Srishti SharmaAIR-216, Patna
Puja Agarwal213610394, Ramgarh
Isha KumariAIR-183, Patna
Kumar DebjeetAIR-238, Ranchi
Vidushi AgarwalAIR-225, Patna
Kumar Shashwat Patna,213310636 AIR-328
Vijay KumarB.Des, Ranchi
Ujala AgarwalB.Des, Ranchi
Neha Payal213320330, Patna
Tripti Sagar213610260, Ranchi
Sunit Kr. ShuklaB.Des, Siwan
Prerana Sinha213310850, Biharsharif
Nitesh Kr. Narayan213320161, Patna
Tanya Shree213610445, Ranchi
Swati NandaPatna, 213310271
Swati BhartiPatna, 213320398
Surbhi SinghPatna, 213310365
Surbhi JaiswalRanchi, 212310103
Sunidhi SinghRanchi, 213610499
Sukanya Ashok213320248, Patna
Sonali KumariBiharsharif, 213310007
Subhi RaniB.Des, Patna
Somank Kumar213310630, Patna
Shruti KhowalaPATNA, 213320078
Shivam KumarRanchi, 213610044
Shipra SinhaPatna, 213320367
Shelza AgarwalPatna, 213310558
Shalini KumariRanchi, 213610269
Satya VijetaB.Des, Ranchi
Sapna KumariBiharsharif, 213610383
Sanjay KumarHazaribagh, 213320228
Sanjay KumarB.Des, Chhapra
Samana AbbasPatna, 213310719
Rohit KumarPatna, 213310679
Ridhi JalanRanchi, 213610511
Richa GuptaPatna, 213310079
Rakhi PrakashBegusarai, 213310102
Rakhi KumariPatna, 213310570
Rakesh RanjanRanchi, 2136101881
Ragini PriyadarshniRajgir, 213310098
Rahul KumarPatna, 213310388
Prity Kr. JaiswalMuzaffarpur, 213320318
Preeti Kumari ShashiB.Des, Patna
Prasanjit BiswasB.Des, Ranchi
Pragya BhartiMadhepura, 213310025
Pragati SinhaDhanbad, 213610213
Nitish SagarMadhubani, 213310417
Nitesh Kr. NarayanPatna, 213320161
Nikhil KumarRanchi, 213610159
Neha KumariMuzaffarpur, 213310426
Monisha SarrafB.Des, Patna
Monajir HussainRanchi, 213610032
Md.Belal AhmadRanchi, 213610289
MD Jaki KhurshidPatna, 213310691
Lovely SinghB.Des, Patna
Kumari PranaviBegusarai, 213320066
Kumari NidhiPatna, 213310562
Kriti Shreya SinghPatna, 213320284
Deepa ShreePatna, 213310638
Kirti KumariRanchi, 213610041
Karishma SinhaPatna, 213310673
Insha JalalPatna, 213320354
Harsha MehtaPatna, AIR-1087
Guriya KumariHajipur, 213320070
Farkhanda AliB.Des, Patna
Deepanjali SinghB.Des, Patna
Bhaskar KumarRanchi, 213610594
Avinash Kr. VermaRanchi, 213610496
Atish KunjPatna, 213310241
Arunima SagarRanchi, 213610156
Saurabh SumanRanchi, 213610591
Apurva KumariB.Des, Patna
Apurva KeshriPatna, 213310552
Anupriya SinhaPatna, 213320141
Anshu SinhaPatna, 213320383
Anshu KumarPatna, 213310776
Anindita DuttaDhanbad, 213610221
Amit SaxenaARA, 213320030
Akash SagarBiharsharif, 213320023
Ajit Kr.ShahB.Des, Ranchi
Afzal RazaB.Des, Ranchi
Aditi AshokRanchi, 213610063
Abhishek KumarB.Des, Biharsharif
Srishti GangulyB.Des, Patna
Aastha AditiB.Des, Bokaro
Sandeep PatelB.Des, Patna
Abhishek KapoorB.Des, Patna
Amartya DevB.Des, Ranchi
Kumud SinghB.Ftech, Gaya
Mahtab AhmadB.Des, Ranchi
Shubham SinghB.Ftech, Gaya
Radhika AgarwalB.Des, Patna
Anwiti SinghB.Des, Patna
Omkar Singh B.Des, Ranchi
Sourabh BhartiB.FTech, AIR-16
Rahul ToppoAIR-72 B.Des Ranchi
Sandeep Kumar,B.Des, Ranchi
Sapna BhartiB.Des AIR-162 Ranchi
Zainab FatmaB.Des, Patna
Shekhar GuptaB.Des, Patna
Ashish KumarB.ftech, Patna