Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) in New Delhi has issued the notification for admission into part time PhD programme, offered in the ensuing session 2010.

Last Updated: 2010-03-09T03:17:54+05:30

IIFT (Indian Institute of Foreign Trade) Delhi Part Time PhD Admission 2010

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) in New Delhi has announced the date of part time PhD entrance exam 2010. It is an entrance test conducted for admission into following disciplines of part time PhD (Doctorate of Philosophy) programme, offered in the upcoming academic session commencing from July 2, 2010.
PhD (Doctorate of Philosophy)
  • Marketing
  • Business Strategy
  • Finance
  • International Trade & Trade Policy (including WTO) Issues
  • Innovation & Technology Management
  • Logistics & Trade Operations
Date of Exam
May 2, 2010 (Admission is done on the basis of candidates performance in the written entrance test, followed by viva-cum-presentation scheduled to conducted on May 14, 2010)
Test Centers
Entrance Test / Viva-Cum-Presentation Venue - IIFT Campus in New Delhi
See the prospectus
How to Apply
Interested candidates can download the application form and information brochure available in the website: Thereafter, the duly filled downloaded application form must be submitted to the institute along with all the essential enclosures and a DD of Rs 2000 for General Class Candidates, Rs 1000 for SC/ST candidates and US$ 100 for Foreign Nationals, drawn in favor of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade payable at New Delhi, so as to reach on or before the last date mentioned in the address given below. For more details about the admission and application procedure applicants are requested to visit the aforementioned website.
Shri Sunil Kumar
Administrative Officer (Research) & Programme Coordinator
B-21, Qutab Institutional Area, New Delhi 110016
Tel: 91-11- 26859582 (Direct), 26966563, 26965124, 26965051, Ext. 411
Fax: 91-11-26867851, 26867841, 26853956
Last Date of submitting Application Form
March 22, 2010
- By Raihan Hassan
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