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Footwear Design &

Development Institute

Footwear Design &


Development Institute

www.fddiindia.com
1. Message from the Managing Director 05
2. Message from the Secretary 07
3. Message from the Executive Director - Fursatganj 09
4. FDDI Profile 15
- Management & faculty
- Certification
5. FDDI Campuses 18
- Noida campus
- Fursatganj campus
- Chennai Campus

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- Kolkata Campus
- Rohtak Campus

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- Chindwara Campus
6. Infrastructure & Facilities 22
7. Sports & Recreation Facilities 27

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8. Students Welfare 31
9. Centre & Programmes 32
10. Programmes Offered 33

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11. Centre for Footwear Technology & Management (CFTM) 34
PG Diploma in Management-Footwear Technology (PGDM-FT)

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PG Diploma in Creative Designing & CAD / CAM (PGDCD)
Diploma in Footwear Technology (DFT)
12. Centre for Retail Management (CRM) 40
PG Diploma in Retail Management (PGDRM)
PG Diploma in Visual Merchandizing & Communication Design (PGDVM & CD)
Diploma in Fashion Merchandizing & Retail Management (DFMRM)
13. Centre for Leather Goods & Accessories Design (CLGAD) 46
PG Diploma in Leather Goods & Accessories Design (PGDLGAD)
Diploma in Leather Goods & Accessories Design (DLGAD)
14. Placement Team and Placement Process 50
Placement Team / Effort / List of some major companies / Our distinguished alumni
15. Fee Structure 53
16. Guideline for Admission 54
Selection criteria for PG & UG programmes / Procedure for Admission through Counseling
/ Sponsorship / Foreign Students / Reservation for SC, ST & PH candidates / How to apply?
/ Important dates
17. Guideline for Entrance Test 60
- Written test structure
- Entrance test assessment
18. Application Form / Admit Card
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MESSAGE FROM SECRETARY
An immense pleasure and pride encompasses me when I behold that FDDI has emerged as a
premier Institute in its core area having international reputation due to its academic
excellence, research contributions and international level of support & services extended to the
Industry worldwide. The institute in its endeavor to support Indian Industry attains global
competitiveness by providing Qualitative Human resource across verticals, has strived global
perspectives in all its programmes and activities to equip the students confront the
international business challenges. Our capability and strength lies in a strong team of highly
qualified faculty, world class infrastructure and state of art technology, practical oriented
international standards of curriculum designed by the eminent leaders of the field, quality
students and dedicated staff.
Today's globalised world demands business leaders with the right blend of technological
expertise and experience, cross-cultural insights and a strong fundamental grounding in the
fields of creative problem-solving, managerial effectiveness and competitive dynamics that
will help them redefine the future of business. At FDDI students learn how to go beyond the
obvious and approach each challenge with creativity. The courses offered are designed to tap
and develop the creative intelligence and managerial skills of individuals, thereby producing
potential professional designers, managers and technocrats. The wide exposure through field
07 visits, Industry internships and projects are teamed with the well modulated capsules specially 08
designed for various academic programmes
Students at FDDI today serve in senior positions across different industries/globe and the
tremendous positive feedback from Industries is a testimony to our belief that our students are
shaped effectively to confront various industries challenges at a high level and create a hall
mark in the world of Technology, Design and Management. The FDDI has a record of 100%
placement in national as well as international positions. The demand of FDDIians is growing
every year in the industry and the placements at FDDI touching a new record every year.
Considering the high demand of FDDI passouts in the industry FDDI has taken the pioneer
step of expanding its reach by establishing 04 more campuses in some of the important
locations such as Kolkata, Chennai and Rohtak besides the two existing campuses in Noida
and Raebareli, UP. and making the institute a melting pot of intellect and rigor, to enrich and
revitalize the minds of the aspiring students selected for various programmes.
This prospectus provides detailed information about FDDI, its programmes, facilities and
campus and I hope that it will enable you to understand easily. However, any query is always
welcome looking forward to welcome young and bright India.

Shashi Bhushan Shukla, IRS


Secretary
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FDDI PROFILE
Footwear Design & Development Institute popularly known as FDDI is rated among the
premier design and management institutions in the world. It is widely recognized as a centre of
excellence. The institute conducts wide range of professional programmes in the area of Retail
Management, Footwear Design, Technology, Management, Fashion Merchandising, Visual
Merchandizing, Marketing, Creative Designing & CAD/CAM and Leather Goods &
Accessories Design etc. The long-term programmes are of two to three years duration. All
programmes offered by the institute meets the international standards.
FDDI was set up by the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India with an objective to train
the professional manpower for the industry. In just a span of two decades FDDI has evolved
from being India’s premier institute to a notable international training Institute. FDDI is among
the first institute in the world to get prestigious ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certification.
FDDI’s all campuses are equipped with modern facilities and latest technology and tools to
offer our students top class learning environment and facilities for physical and mental growth.
FDDI is starting new campuses at Chennai, Kolkata, Haryana (Rohtak) & Chhindwara
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talent, these campuses will emerge as a key resource base for FDDI in these regions. The new
centers will also increase FDDI’s access to skilled professionals.
FDDI has a distinct presence not only in higher education but also in the spheres in Industrial
Consultancy, Research and Development and Training of active industry professionals The
syllabi, training software and teaching materials of FDDI are prepared by the experts from
Melbourne College of Textile, Australia & Southfield College, UK and syllabus for
management programme is designed by senior professors of IIM, Ahmadabad and FMS, New
Delhi. Our versatility consists in regularly upgrading our syllabus and training programmes to
meet the latest requirement of the industry. The Institute has an impeccable track record of
MANAGEMENT & FACULTY
100% placement for all its pass outs in major Multinational and Indian companies. FDDI The Governing Council of FDDI is a judicious blend of representatives from the Government, prestigious educational Institutions such as National Institute of Fashion
alumni include VP’s and CEO’s of some of the renowned companies. FDDI students Technology (NIFT) - Delhi, National Institute of Design (NID)-Ahmadabad, Central Leather Research Institute (CLRI)-Chennai as well as the top representatives of the
have been placed globally in countries like USA, UK, Germany, Hong Kong, Egypt, Industry from all over the country. The management of the institute is consortium of renowned & result oriented professionals.
China, Singapore, UK, Middle East, Sri Lanka, Kenya etc.
The faculty consists of foreign and Indian experts in the field of Fashion design, Technology, Management & Retail. Our faculty members acquired training from some of
To facilitate the working professionals of the Industry & to extend the benefit of
the leading Institutions in India & abroad. Moreover, they have hands on experience on consultancy assignments to the industries across India and countries in the Indian
formal training programmes to far off places, FDDI has also started distance-
Sub-continent and South-East Asia to assist the footwear industry for boosting the productivity, product development and solving their problems.
learning programme for the professionals in collaboration with IGNOU.
The visiting faculty consists of top professionals in the industry as well as from the field of Fashion, Designing, Management, Visual merchandising and Retail.

In all cases, our methods of instruction provide an interactive learning system. We have partnered with several learning institutions whose knowledge exchange
curriculum building tools have helped us keeping the institute at par with the international standards and quality.
FDDI CAMPUS
The institute has six well designed campuses at Noida, Fusatganj, Chennai, Kolkata, Rohtak & Chindwara with
lots of open space and greenery around. This provides a right balance between concrete structure and natural
CERTIFICATION ambience, in line with our mandate of holistic development. An atmosphere of community living prevails in
FDDI is the first training Institute to FDDI campuses. The fervor with which every festival and social event is celebrated is a reflection of the close
achieve the prestigious ISO 9001 and bonding in the FDDI community. Fashion Shows organized by FDDI are very popular. The sports and
ISO 14001 certification. The Institute cultural activities in all the campuses ensure the overall grooming of the students. All FDDI campuses are
believes that dedication, sincerity and equipped with Wi-Fi Internet connectivity and gigabytes optic fibre backbone with hi-speed lease line
hard work leads to excellence and connectivity that provides student, anytime and anywhere an easy access to communication highway.
therefore, its motto is “Dedication to
Excellence.” The campuses are spread over 10-20 acres and has brilliant structure with a lush green cover. Powerful
beams of light and strong shadows create a dramatic and serene ambience that has inspired
FDDI has been awarded the generations of students to achieve excellence while retaining humility.
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Besides workshops equipped with state of art machineries and equipments, Classrooms, Hostel,
• ISO 9001 BVQI, Switzerland
Internationals Design Studio, Library, Computer Centre, Internationals Testing Centre the institute also
• ISO 14001 BVQI, Switzerland
• ISO 17025 DAR, Germany having International Museum (a unique centre), Common Facility Centre (to help the industry) and
Display centre (which is showcase for international buyers)

The International Testing


Besides ample air-conditioned classrooms, technical workshops equipped with modern state-of-
Laboratory of FDDI is
art machineries, it has conference halls, seminar halls, auditorium, open-air theatre, computer
approved by: labs, and the library along with fully furnished separate Girls & Boys Hostel, which makes FDDI
• Bureau of Indian Standards
campuses the most modern and world class institute in its own area.
• General Motors
• DGAQA
• RITES
• DGS & D, India
• PFI, Germany
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NOIDA CAMPUS
INFRASTRUCTURE & FACILITIES
CLASS ROOMS
The classrooms at FDDI are made not only to just create an atmosphere that is conducive to
learning but in a sense to nurture the quest for knowledge that the students possess.
All classrooms are air-conditioned and equipped with all modern teaching aids. These
include electronic media such as multimedia notebooks, LCD & O/H projectors, cordless
microphones and speakers, etc. The audio-visual aids in the classroom include television and
video players.

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ROHTAK (Haryana) CAMPUS CHHINDWARA CAMPUS


INTERNATIONAL TESTING CENTRE (ITC)
WORKSHOP The International Testing Centre is a state-of-the-art facility established under collaboration with PFI Germany. The centre specializes in testing of leather,
To give the students hands on training, FDDI has a well-equipped workshop with adequate number of latest machines and equipments. State-of leather products, footwear, footwear components, textile products & plastics. The International Testing Centre of FDDI is the only laboratory in India which
art machines are available in the Cutting, Closing, Component, Lasting and Finishing Workshops. The International Design & CAD/CAM division has been ISO 17025 certified by Deutschen Akkreditierungs Rat (DAR) of Germany for testing of banned chemicals and safety footwear tests as per EN
at FDDI is equipped with most modern and sophisticated machineries and softwares such as - 2D & 3D CAD Systems, CAM Systems, NC 344-1: 1993 norms. It has also been awarded the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 by Bureau Veritas Quality International.
Machining, Surface Modeling Systems etc to nurture the world-class designers for the industry. The International Testing Centre has full-fledged Chemical and Physical Laboratories, where all kind of chemical and physical tests like AZO, PCP; LIBRARY
Formaldehyde etc. are performed within strict time schedules. The Physical laboratory was set up in collaboration with BALLY Switzerland under UNDP
The institute provides adequate library
assistance. Chemical laboratory has been set up in technical collaboration with PFI, Germany and is a leading testing laboratory of Asia. Both the labs
have a complement of state of art testing equipment, all calibrated to the most demanding industry standards. The tests at the laboratory are conducted as
facility for the students. The library includes
per various standards depending on the customer's requirement. Reliability and authenticity is the watchword at these centers of excellence. Students are the air-conditioned reading hall, which is
trained in these labs regarding the methods and importance of various test prescribed internationally to ensure product quality and standards. further proposed to be expanded with a
seating capacity of approximately 200
Our students get first hand training on the various testing requirement of the products, banned and hazardous chemicals and international norms in the
people and has calm atmosphere so that
International Testing Centre.
the students can concentrate on their work.
FDDI's Library brings you an exhaustive
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information base specific to the Fashion,
Design, Technology, Retail and related
industry. The library has excellent collection
of Encyclopedias, Latest national and
international Journals, Magazines, more
than 10 Newspapers & other standard
reading materials. It also has a wide
collection of project reports and case
studies; moreover it houses more than
5000 books and periodicals. It is
VISUAL MERCHANDIZING LAB accessible even on holidays.
COMPUTER LAB An introduction to visual merchandising techniques used in retail, with an emphasis on in-class labs and field work where the student can apply and
The Computer Lab is served by a dedicated 2 Mbps largest Internet Service Provider in the world. Additionally, a 2 Mbps DSL line exclusively serves the Computer experiment with the basic systems which they will be required to practice in the field. Visual merchandising laboratory concentrate on lifestyle versus mass
Lab. It is of notable importance to the students as they can access innumerable informative and educational sites from within the premises. merchandising, promotional versus institutional images. Basic versus fashion forward presentation, wall / floor merchandising, groupings by color and
The campus is wireless and offering all-round Wi-Fi Internet access to students and faculty round the clock. The Wi-Fi network provides network and Internet style, selection and application of fixtures, space allocation/traffic flow and image/ambience development. At visual merchandising lab students learn
connectivity in every nook and corner of the campus that includes even the canteen and open theater, garden and the lawns. about the business of application of store merchandise and planning of the best possible outlook for retail stores, with an emphasis on academic and
professional study and industrial requirement.
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CANTEEN CENTRES & PROGRAMMES
In campus, Canteen facility is available at FDDI, which provides healthy and hygienic food for students at reasonable rates. Adequate facilities are The core elements of FDDI’s teaching methodology are demonstration, practice and theory. The emphasis is on practical as well as theoretical learning.
available to provide the students clean drinking water and to maintain the cleanliness and hygienic environment. In addition to the canteen FDDI has a STUDENT WELFARE SERVICES The programmes are designed so, that every student gets full attention throughout its progress. The subject matter has been drawn up to provide
cafeteria where students can get beverages and snacks of many varieties. maximum hands on inputs to the students. Our effort is to provide the best skilled professionals to the industry.
SCHOLARSHIP
A committee consisting of staff and students is constituted to oversee the proper functioning of the canteen and its upkeep. The entire training program has been developed for the different sections / level after very minuscule study of each operation/activity normally known as
The institute will offer scholarship to the meritorious / modules. Originally Melbourne College of Australia has prepared the syllabuses for our various footwear programmes in 1992. After this it has been
poor / underprivileged student getting enrolled in the revised in the year 1996, 2000 and then in 2006 to bring the new changes in the technological area. FDDI keeps itself abreast of the latest development
academic session 2010-11 as per the guidelines of the in the field of Design, Fashion, Technology, Retail and allied branches to update its course curriculum.
Institute.

ANTI-RAGGING
Ragging is strictly prohibited in FDDI. Any form of
ragging, violating the civil code of conduct, is a criminal
offence attracting penal action. Anyone indulging in
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inhuman ragging is dealt with severely. As per the
Supreme Court’s direction the Institute lodge FIR in ..Our Mission as an institution is to provide world class education,
Police Station against the defaulter students immediately
after receiving any complaint. An anti ragging foster research and development, evolve innovative application
committee is functional at both the campuses of FDDI.
The students found guilty of ragging will be expelled
from the institute.
and encourage technology, entrepreneurship and ultimately mould
young men and women capable of assuming leadership
of the society for the betterment of the country.
PROGRAMMES OFFERED FOR ACADEMIC SESSION 2010
SEATS
Programme
Code.

Name of the programme


NOIDA
CAMPUS
FURSATGANJ
CAMPUS
CHENNAI
CAMPUS
KOLKATA
CAMPUS
ROHTAK
CAMPUS
CHINDWARA
CAMPUS
TOTAL
ELIGIBILITY
CENTRE FOR
PG PROGRAMMES 2 YEARS FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGY &
01 PG Diploma in Retail
60 60 — — 30 — 150 Graduation
MANAGEMENT (CFTM)
Management (PGDRM)
The CFTM offers courses PG and UG programmes in the area of
PG Diploma in Management Footwear Technology, Design & Management. This centre also serves
02 60 60 30 30 30 — 210 Graduation the industry across the globe in the area of manufacturing, quality &
Footwear Technology (PGDM-FT)
productivity standards, Fashion forecasting, design development etc.
which helps the industry to achieve international standards.
PG Diploma in Creative
03 30 30 30 — — — 90 Graduation
33 Designing & CAD-CAM (PGDCD) Career Prospects 34
There are many career opportunities within Footwear Designing &
PG Diploma In Leather Goods & Technology, Merchandising, Retail and international trading industry
04 30 — — 30 — — 60 Graduation
Accessories Design (PGDLGAD) both in India and overseas. The students get initial placement like
Management trainee, Designers, Stylists, Product developers,
PG Diploma In Visual Quality controllers and Footwear technologists, Merchandiser,
05 Merchandizing & Communication 30 — — — — — 30 Graduation Marketing executive, Production supervisors, Business development
Design (PGDVM&CD) executives, planning executive etc. The footwear industry is set to
boom with bright career opportunities in technical, designing and
UG PROGRAMMES 3 YEARS management areas. The Indian corporate along with foreign
Diploma in Fashion multinationals in this industry have made it possible to look forward
06 Merchandising & Retail 60 60 — — 30 — 150 10+2 to exciting employment options. As far as career growth and
Management (DFMRM) progression is concerned it is purely performance based and there is
no limit to what one can achieve”.
Diploma in Footwear
07 60 60 30 30 30 20 230 10+2
Technology (DFT)

Diploma In Leather Goods


08 30 30 30 30 — — 120 10+2
And Accessories Design (DLGAD)
Experiential Immersion
FDDI has a distinct presence not only in higher education but also in the spheres of Industrial consultancy, research and development and Training PG DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT-FOOTWEAR
of active industry professionals. The syllabi, training software and teaching materials of FDDI are prepared by the experts from Melbourne College
of Textile, Australia & Southfield College, UK and syllabus for management programme is designed by senior professors of IIM, Ahmadabad and
TECHNOLOGY (PGDM-FT)
FMS, New Delhi. Our versatility consists in regularly upgrading our syllabus and training programmes to meet the latest requirement of the industry.
Programme Code : 02
FDDI's international design studio having the modern state of art computer center with advanced softwares from Crispin/Texon, U.K. Shoe
Master/Clarks, Italy, Procam, Austria and hardware like rapid prototyping machine, CNC last modeling machine, Zund cutting table etc. Duration : 2 Years (Four Semesters)
Eligibility : Graduation in any discipline or Diploma in Leather/Footwear
Tech./Engineering.
Programmes offered (Candidates appearing in final year may also apply).
Age Limit : Max. 28 years as on 31st July, 2010
PG Diploma in Footwear Technology & Management (PGDM-FT) PG Diploma in Creative Designing & CAD/CAM (PGDCD) Diploma in Footwear Technology (DFT)
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 60, Fursatganj Campus 60,
Chennai Campus 30, Kolkatta Campus 30 &
Rohtak Campus 30.

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understand the new dynamics of global business environment within a framework of business
ethics and corporate governance and meet the ever growing demand of the footwear and
allied industries in a highly modernized setup.

Structure: The two-year programme has focused to concept building in the area of footwear
manufacturing technology and management. Students are offered specialization in
Production, Marketing, Merchandising, Management and Polymer Technology.

Contents: Product Knowledge, Material Foundation, Pattern & Pre-Prod, Engineering / CAD,
Footwear Prod. Technology, Cutting, Stitching, Lasting, Footwear Constructions, Finishing,
Lab Testing, Sports Shoe Technology, Personality Development, Communication, Community
Development, Computer Science, Production Planning & Control, Material Management,
Production Management, Domestic & International Marketing Management, Accounting &
Finance, HRD and Personnel Management, Operation Management, Business Policy,
Sourcing & Merchandising, Customer Relationship Management, Sales Management etc.
Industrial Training, Projects are the integral part of training programme.

Career Prospects: This programme prepare students to start their career as Management
Trainee, Assistant Manager, and Manager in different areas of Production, Marketing etc.
DIPLOMA IN
FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGY (DFT)

Programme Code : 07
PG DIPLOMA IN CREATIVE DESIGNING & Duration : 3 Years (Six Semesters)

CAD/CAM (PGDCD) Eligibility : 10+2 / Intermediate


(Candidates appearing in 10+2 may also apply).
Age Limit : Max. 24 years as on 31st July, 2010
Programme Code : 03
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 60, Fursatganj Campus 60,
Duration : 2 Years (Four Semesters)
Chennai Campus 30, Kolkatta Campus 30,
Eligibility : Graduation in any discipline (Preference to BFA) Rohtak Campus 30 & Chindwara Campus 20.
(Candidates appearing in final year may also apply). Aim: The aim of the programme is to create manpower in the field of footwear production,
design and merchandising to fulfill the demand of the rapidly growing international and
Age Limit : Max. 28 years as on 31st July, 2010
domestic business. The emphasis of programme is on inculcating the knowledge and skill
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 30, Fursatganj Campus 30 & about the latest technology and modern practices, which are relevant to the industry to
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Aim: This programme is intended to groom modern designers who are capable of taking Structure: The three years programme comprises of four common semesters in which the
the challenges as product visualizers, concept developers and designers. emphasis is given on concept and skill building in various areas of design, manufacturing
technology and developing the overall personality. In the final year students are offered
Contents: Material and product information, Basics of cutting, closing, components, specialization in Production Technology or specialization in Design/Merchandising.
lasting and finishing, design concepts: The specialization is given on the basis of their performance and aptitude.
1 Professional design management practices Contents: Product Knowledge, Material Foundation, Design Foundation, Cutting
Foundation, Closing Foundation, Component Foundation, Lasting Foundation, Basic
2 Application of design concept, advanced illustration & technical designing
Economics, Communication, Math & Statistic, Basic Science, Ergonomics, Principal of
3 Range building Management, Personality Development, Computer Science, Cutting, Closing,
Component, Lasting, Finishing, Pattern Cutting & Designing, Lab Testing, Supervision,
4 CAD applications
Community Development, Marketing, HRM, Organization Behaviour, Project
5 Industrial Training, Projects are the integral part of training programme Management, Production Operation Management, Productivity Management,
Merchandising, Polymer Technology, Production Planning & Control, Sports Shoe
Career Prospects: On completion of the programme students can join the product Technology, TQM, Pattern Engineering for various constructions & Range Building, Basic
industry as Designers, Visual Merchandisers, Developers, CAD/CAM specialists, Fashion Creative Designing, Product Costing, Visual Merchandising, CAD/CAM Operation etc.
trend forecasters and Design consultants.
Career Prospects: The Indian corporate along with MNCs have made it possible to look
forward to exciting career opportunities across the board i.e. Planning, Quality, Product
Development, Merchandising, Designing, Range Building, Category head etc.
The program has an impeccable track record of 100% placement in top business houses in
Footwear and allied industry.
CENTRE FOR RETAIL MANAGEMENT (CRM)
The Centre for Retail Management at FDDI is established to promote the professionalism in the fashion and Retail Industry and fulfill the burgeoning
demand of trained professional to the Retail and Fashion Industry. The cross functional focus allows the students to learn the various techniques to handle
the numerous functions in the area of Retail Management, Fashion, Buying and Merchandizing. The CRM is engaged creating trained professionals to
meet the acute shortage of manpower in the various levels of Retail and Fashion industry. The CRM at FDDI offers variety of PG and UG programmes in
the area of Retail Management, Fashion and Merchandizing.

Career Prospects in Retail Sector


With the penetration of major retails giants like Wal-Mart, Tata, Reliance, Pentaloon, Rahejas etc. the retail industry in India is witnessing a robust growth.
Rising per capita income & improvement of infrastructure, liberalization in the Indian economy and shifting in consumer demand to foreigns brand is
fueling the rapid growth of Retail sector in India. But the share of organized retailing of India is abysmally low i.e. 3% and one of the major hindrance
identified is the acute shortage of trained professionals at various levels and low skill levels for Retail management. The modern retail sector has the
potential of creating over millions direct job within the next six years in the country.
Realizing the need FDDI conducts various programmes in Retail Management and Fashion Merchandizing, which will be geared towards developing
future retail managers. Programmes of FDDI do not only equip the students with the right skills but also inculcate the required values.
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Experiential Immersion
Students will participate in the retailing experience through field assignments working hand-in-hand with retailers. They will conduct an in-depth
interview, receive one-on-one mentoring by a Retailer/Manager in retail and have the opportunity to attend round table sessions where they will get
specific, tactical solutions to optimizing and growing of a retail format.
The objective of FDDI Centre for Retail Management is to equip the students with modern day state of the art retail practices. For achieving the best in the
best of the industry the students in the centre are working towards holistic development. This centre is equipped with infrastructure having modern
training aids and multimedia equipment. The students are being exposed through various clubs and committees where they can showcase their talent.
For the initiation of students clubs and committees this centre is very soon starting a visual merchandizing lab where the students can design and display
various products.

PROGRAMMES OFFERED
Post Graduate Diploma in Visual Merchandizing & Communication
Post Graduate Diploma in Retail Management (PGDRM)
Design (PGDVM & CD)

Diploma in Fashion Merchandizing and Retail Management (DFMRM)


PG DIPLOMA IN RETAIL MANAGEMENT (PGDRM)
Programme Code : 01
Duration : 2 Years (Four Semesters)
Eligibility : Graduation in any discipline
(Candidates appearing in final year may also apply)
Age Limit : Max. 28 Years as on 31st July, 2010
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 60, Fursatganj Campus 60 & Rohtak Campus 60

Aim: The aim of the programme is to fulfill the growing demand of the retail industry for
trained retail professionals by nurturing the latent talent. This programme aims to equip the
students with the skills, creativity and knowledge and insight to understand retailing as a
business management discipline. The participants will develop expertise in management and
communication and exercise the skills required for retail operations.
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Contents: Product Knowledge (Apparels, Goods, Footwear), Retail Management, Consumer
Behavior Analysis, Customer Relationship Management, Financial Management & Retail
Accounting, Marketing, Operation Management, HRM, Brand Management, Sales
Management, Merchandising, Supply Chain Management, Entrepreneurship, Basic
Computer Knowledge, Retail Software Knowledge, Personality Development,
Communication etc.

Career Prospects: Worldwide, the retail segment has performed exceptionally well since its
inception in the 20th century. Retail is currently the biggest industry in the world and 25 of the
top 50 “Fortune 500 companies” are in the retail. India has approx. 12 million retail stores.
India is emerging as a hub of International Brands. It is forecasted by the industry sources that
there would be a huge demand for trained professionals in the retail sector as India is in a take
off stage and expect the share of organized retail to jump from current 3% to 10 % by 2011.
The students have a wide choice of entry level positions for starting a career e.g. as a Trainee
Manager in Stock Control, Shop Floor, Sales, Merchandising, Administration, or Purchasing
and Brand Management.
PG DIPLOMA IN VISUAL MERCHANDISING &
COMMUNICATION DESIGN (PGDVM & CD)
Program Code : 05
Duration : 2-years (Four Semester)
Eligibility : Graduation in any discipline (Candidates appearing in final year may also apply)
Age Limit : Max. 28 years as on 31st July, 2010
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 30
Aim: The aim of the course is to provide participants with a high level of professionalism in the sector of visual
communication, visual merchandising and the necessary skills to create display compositions, the means of
communication closest to the consumer, and the true point of contact between customer and company. The
course provides an integrated overview of the different forms of marketing communication with their functions,
theoretical background and especially practical applications.
Upon completion of this course, students will have an understanding of the visual merchandising industry
including: • The principles and elements of display • The development and design of language for the purpose
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chains, industrial markets, service in the marketing communication in the retail organizations • The design and
construction of props.
Structure: The programme offers a unique two years intensive programme providing you with the opportunity
to gain or build on previous experience to establish your future career aspirations. The course introduces
students’ to the significance of visual merchandising and visual communication in the retail industry. To begin
with students will study the market context in which the visual merchandising and visual communication function
and the commercial implications are adopted for business success. One of the unique characteristics of the
course are the subjects studied which include: integrated marketing communication, window design; in–store
VM; signage and graphics; mannequin dressing; store concepts; pixel based digital image manipulation;
developing retail relationships etc.
Students will undergo extended practical workshops combined with relevant work placements. Students will be
required to complete a final major project in the last term of the academic year.
Contents: Visual Merchandising, Retail Communication, History and Theory of Design, Fundamentals of Retail,
AutoCAD, Business Studies, History of Fashion, Interior Design, Consumer Behaviour, Home-wear and
Accessories, Retail Branding, Store Design, Fashion and Accessories, Fashion and Styling, Digital Modeling.
Career Prospects: Post Graduates of this programme may find employment in the following areas:
• Retail store visual merchandising or display departments • Visual merchandising consultancy and supply
companies • Retail merchandising • Photo-styling • Display production companies • Exhibition design
DIPLOMA IN FASHION MERCHANDISING & RETAIL CENTRE FOR LEATHER GOODS
MANAGEMENT (DFMRM) AND ACCESSORIES DESIGN (CLGAD)
Programme Code : 06
The CLGAD at FDDI has all the latest state-of-the-art equipments and machineries along with the latest CAD enabled studios and classrooms. With the
Duration : 3 years (Six Semesters)
present infrastructure and sincere guidance from the industry, the institute surely promises to take design education to a new height in the coming years.
Eligibility : 10+2 / Intermediate
(Candidates appearing in 10+2 may also apply.) This centre offers UG programmes to impart in-depth training in the area of leather goods and accessories design which is supported with hands-on
training with real life studio & live projects under the guidance of internationally reputed design professionals and industry experts. The Institute has also
Age limit : Max. 24 years as on 31st July, 2010 established long term tie-ups with major global players as well as with the leading institutes of design, to share the knowledge base and expertise.
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 60, Fursatganj Campus 60 & Rohtak Campus 30
Career Prospects
Aim: The Fashion Merchandising & Retail Management program is designed to prepare students With global players looking for new sourcing options, India stands to gain a bigger share of the global market. Leading brands from the US and Europe is
for entry-level positions in the Fashion Merchandising and Retail industry. This programme takes planning to source leather and leather products from India. With the scientific advancement and modernization of techniques the leather products
multi-dimensional approach in educating students for career in the fashion merchandising and industry now requires trained Designers, Managers, Merchandisers and supervisory staff with an ability to optimize and upgrade the quality of product to
retail industry by combining studies in business fundamentals with fashion merchandising and retail meet international standards.
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With global players looking for new sourcing options, India stands to gain a bigger share of the global market. Leading brands from the US and Europe is
Contents: Principal of Fashion Design, Fashion Advertising and Promotion, Fashion Retailing, planning to source leather and leather products from India. With the scientific advancement and modernization of techniques the leather products
Fashion in specialty market, Fashion Forecasting, Visual Merchandising, Psychology of Fashion, industry now requires trained Designers, Managers, Merchandisers and supervisory staff with an ability to optimize and upgrade the quality of product to
Evolution of Fashion, Product Development & Innovation, Fashion Economics, Fashion Dynamics, meet international standards.
Design Fundamental, Fashion Retailing, Buying, Retail Store Operation, Merchandise Evolution,
Global Retailing, Material Management, Product Knowledge (Apparel, Accessories, Footwear), Experiential Immersion
Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Customer Relationship Management, Retail Operations The curriculum is designed to cater the growing need of the global leather industry in the coming years. During three years of programme students
Management, Principal of Management, Managerial Economics, Computer Systems & undergo in-depth training in designing foundation in the initial year. In the subsequent year the students go through hands-on training with real life studio
Applications, Maths and Statistics, Business Communication, Personality Development, Human & live projects under the guidance of internationally reputed design professionals and industry experts. During the final year the to-be graduates will be
working in the industry as interns, learning and observing the professional dynamics of the industry.
Resource Management, Accounting and Financial Management, Small Business Management,
Store Management, Organizational Behaviour, Marketing Management, Purchasing Principles &
Practice, Quality Management, Basics of Entrepreneurship. PROGRAMMES OFFERED
Career prospects: After completion of programme students can join the fashion or retail industry
as Fashion Merchandiser, Buyer, Shop Floor Executive, Visual Merchandiser, Retail Sales Executive, Post Graduate Diploma in Leather Goods & Accessories Design (PGDLGAD)
Retail Representative, Fashion Forecaster etc. One can also start his/her own business.
Diploma in leather goods & accessories design (DLGAD)
PG Diploma in Leather Goods & Accessories
Design (PGDLGAD)
Programme Code : 04
Duration : 2 Years (Four Semesters)
Eligibility : Graduation in any discipline or Diploma in Leather/
Footwear Tech. / Engineering
(Candidates appearing in final year may also apply).
Age Limit : Max. 28 years as on 31st July, 2010
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 30 & Kolkata Campus 30
Aim: The aim of the programme is to build in-depth knowledge base and to provide
adequate professional skills in Management & Designing. The evolution of the Fashion
System demands for the designers not only to be able to design collections, but also to be
professional characters with growing multi-disciplinary competences, capable of
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designer needs to be manager and art-director at the same time, and must be able to
manage the project up to the product, the communication and the retail aspects.
Contents: Principles of Management, Marketing, Finance, Human Resource
Management, Quality Control, Production & Operation Management, Product and Form
Design, Ergonomics, Product Photography, Foundation Design Drawing, Analytical
Drawing, Geometric Construction, Colour Composition, Space Form and Structure,
Environmental Perception, Photography Illustration, Work Presentation.
Designing & Manufacturing Technology: Product Knowledge, Pattern Cutting,
Market Awareness (India and overseas), Market Segmentation, Leather Technology,
Leather Grading, Costing, Leather Cutting, Production Planning and Control, Stitching
Sequence, Use of Tools and Accessories, Knowledge of Machines, Finish Identification of
Leather, Identification and General Application of Leather Finishing, Finishing formulation
of various leather. Finishing of Non-leather Material/ Products, Finishing of Leather Goods
and Accessories, Presentation Technique. Industrial Training and Projects are the integral
part of training programme.
Career Prospects: The world of accessories is increasingly growing in the international
landscape and requires more and more specialization. After successful completion of the
programme students may join the Industry as Designers, Managers, Merchandisers and
Supervisory staff.
Diploma in Leather Goods Placement Team & Placement Process
& Accessories Design (DLGAD) Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI) is today globally recognized brand for Fashion design, Technology, Management & Retail education.
The institute’s rigorous training programmes are focused on creativity, innovation, leadership, teamwork and the global business climate is reflected in its
Programme Code : 08
record of 100% placement for all its graduates. FDDI has always enjoyed special preference for Indian as well as foreign employers on account of its
Duration : 3 Years (Six Semesters) excellent performance sustained over a long period of time and its strong brand image.
Eligibility : 10+2/Intermediate preferably with Arts as elective subject.
However, the candidates must have creative bent of mind Placement cell at FDDI is committed to provide all possible assistance to its graduates in their efforts to find employment. The benefits of this assistance
(Candidates appearing in 10+2 may also apply). are reflected in the preparation of FDDI’ans who are able to secure esteemed positions in recent years. The placement service operates year round to
Age Limit : Max. 24 years as on 31st July, 2010 facilitate contacts between companies and graduates. Dedicated staff is available to respond to student’s queries and concerns of all kinds. The aim is to
ensure that students have the relevant information and skills necessary for an effective job search. The Placement Cell plays a very important and key role
Number of Seats : Noida Campus 30, Fursatganj Campus 30,
in counseling and guiding the students of the institute for their successful career, which is crucial interface for the students between the stage of completion
Chennai Campus & Kolkata Campus 30.
of academic programme of studies and entry into the suitable employment. This Cell also coordinates various activities related to the placement of the
Aim: The aim of the programme is to build in-depth knowledge base and to provide students along with the Industry internship. Reputed National and Multinational companies visit FDDI for campus interviews every year. So far FDDI has
adequate professional skills in the area of Fashion Accessories and Leather Goods been able to achieve a 100% job placement record. All students secure job offers before they complete their programme at FDDI.
Designing. The programme will also equip the students with knowledge and
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understanding of Manufacturing and Production Technology, Fashion & Trend Forecasting Placement Team
and analysis, Marketing, Managerial and Entrepreneurship skill etc. Placement team coordinates all placement activities and operates as the primary interface between the corporate world and the institute. The Placement
team is responsible for identifying the right student – organization fit, the placement team selects targets and invites companies to campus for final
Contents: Product and Form Design, Ergonomics, Product Photography, Foundation
placements. It has an active role in consolidating the list of companies for final placements, designing placement brochure, and coordinating in
Design Drawing, Analytical Drawing, Geometric Construction, Colour Composition,
scheduling and organizing placement interviews.
Space Form and Structure, Environmental Perception, Photography Illustration, Science
and Liberal Art, Design Concept and Construction, Leather Science, Work Presentation.
Effort
Designing & Manufacturing Technology: Product Knowledge, Pattern Cutting, Student empowerment is a key feature of life at FDDI. Placement team as an integral part of the institute seeks to identify the best student for the
Market Awareness (India and overseas), Market Segmentation, Leather Technology, opportunity provided by a prospective employer. The team identifies potential recruiters, interacts with selected companies and coordinates the visit of the
Leather Grading, Costing, Leather Cutting, Production Planning and Control, Stitching company to the campus. The teams other activities include career counseling by trained professionals, organizing interview skills workshop and
Sequence, Use of Tools and Accessories, Knowledge of Machines, Finish Identification of development of effective resumes.
Leather, Identification and General Application of Leather Finishing, Finishing formulation
of various leather. Finishing of Non-leather Material/ Products, Finishing of Leather Goods
and Accessories, Presentation Technique. Industrial Training and Projects are the integral
part of training programme.

Career Prospects: After passing out the students may join leather goods and accessories
industry as Designer, Merchandiser and Production Executives etc.
List of some of major companies who have employed our students is given below:
Reliance Moja Shoes Aditya Birla Group Reebok
ALUMNI
Allen Cooper Bharti Wal-Mart Group Nike Bayer Some of our distinguished Alumni …
Hyper City Pantaloon Drish H G Retail S.No. Name of Alumni Designation Organization

Adidas Steve & Barry’s Sports Station India Pvt. Ltd. TESCO 1 Akash Sehgal Vice President Lifestyle
2 Vikas Katiyar Vice President K.C.K. (Export House)
Sierra International Ritu Wears Lifestyle Super House
3 Virender Awal Managing Director Mochiko Shoes
Mehtani Fashion Shoppers’ Stop Metro Shoes Madura Garments
4 Ashish Chopra General Manager Aditya Birla Group
Bata Action India Mart Westside 5 Rajesh Josef Managing Director Nova (Buying House)
Relaxo Next Retail India Ltd. Tata Leiner 6 Ruchin Srivastava Country Head (PU) Bayer
Satya Paul Liberty Alpine Apparels Titan 7 Abhishek Lal Technical Head Instore (U.K)
8 Amitabh Banga Technical Head Nike
51 Farida Vishal Mega Mart SAK Retail Puma 52
9 Anil Sahoo Technical Head Reebok India
Woodland Treadstone Group Khadim Carlton London
10 Vivek Sarawat Business Head Numero Uno
Café Coffee Day Lakhani Shoe Mart, Dubai Godrej Agrovet 11 Sunil Gupta Chief Manager (Technical) Reliance India Limited
M&B (Lee Cooper & ID) Planet Sports Go Mobile Royal Sporting House 12 Lokesh Mishra G M (Marketing) Woodland
Dendrite Bigflicks Mirza (Red Tape) ECCO 13 Naresh Sharma Country Regional Manager Pentland Group (U.K)

Instore (U.K) Leayan Overseas Lotus Bawa Maspar 14 Varun Sharma DGM (Footwear Sourcing) Bharti Wall-Mart Group
15 Naveen Vij Head (Buying & Merchandising) Footmart (Pantaloons)
Catwalk Pidilite Guardian Life Care Pvt. Ltd. Crest, Hong Kong
16 Shravan Kr. Singh Deputy General Manager Relaxo Footwear Limited.
Wolverine ICICI Bank Dongsung Karstad T, Germany
17 Navin Kumar Anand Chief Representative Ultimate Sports Shoes Pvt. Ltd.
Nova International Euro Footwear Kiwi Hydepark 18 Pawan Dhall Company Representative Groupe Royer (Buying House)
Franco Leon Leena Footwear Primus Sprandi 19 Soumendra Barik Head (Leather Division) Treadstone Group

Aashima & Leena Hidesign Tej Shoes Good Earth 20 Atul Sharma Freelance Designers Shoegrade & Design Studio

Toyota
PROCEDURE FOR ADMISSION
THROUGH COUNSELING SPONSORSHIP
Out of the total capacity of any batch 10% seats are reserved in each programme for industry-sponsored candidates if they meet the required eligibility
The programme & campus will be awarded to the candidates on
the basis of their rank and preference. Successful candidates will criteria. These applicants will have to undergo through the interview process, and the selection will be done on merit basis. Industry sponsoring such
be called for the counseling in the order of their rank. candidates will be required to pay twice the normal fee per student. FDDI will not be responsible for Industry internship & placement for such candidates.
Admissions will be made strictly on merit basis (Rank-wise) and
counseling / admissions will continue till all the seats get filled-
The sponsoring company will have to make arrangements for the same. Candidates applying in the sponsored category must submit a sponsorship
up. Students will be called in the counseling in excess of the seats certificate issued on the company letter head duly signed & stamped by the authorized person in the under given format. In case of non-availability of
as few students opt out during counseling. Therefore, there are
industry sponsored candidates the seats reserved for them will be offered to non-sponsored candidates.
possibilities that all the seats are filled before the counseling of
all called candidates is over. Candidates will be called in the
counseling room as per their rank on the basis of aggregate
score in the Written, GD, interview and design aptitude test. SPECIMEN OF SPONSORSHIP CERTIFICATE
Institute does not take any responsibility for any inconvenience
caused to parents/candidates due to closure of the counseling
prior to their turn. To,
A candidate who is allotted a seat will be required to pay an The Managing Director,
55 amount of Rs. 25000/- immediately on the spot at the time of 56
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counseling /admission to reserve the seat. The amount
submitted shall not be refunded in case of withdrawal of
admission. The candidates will be given seven working days to Dear Sir,
deposit the balance fee.
We are sponsoring Mr. / Ms...............…...........for ..........................…programme scheduled to commence from July 2010.

We also undertake to employ Mr./Ms...........………… after the programme is completed. We agree to pay twice the normal fee.

Office Seal Signature


FOREIGN STUDENTS RESERVATION FOR SC/ST & PH CANDIDATES
The admission in FDDI programmes is open to Overseas /NRI candidates. 5 % seats are reserved for such candidates. The admission is on first-come first Institute reserves 15% seats for Scheduled Caste (SC) and 7.5% seats for Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidates respectively in each programme in both
serve basis if they meet the required eligibility criteria as applicable to Indian students. In case of non-availability of Overseas/NRI candidates the seats sponsored as well as non-sponsored category. 3% seats are reserved for physically handicapped students in each programme as per the persons with
reserved for them would be offered to Industry sponsored, Non-sponsored candidates in priority. Fee structure for Overseas/NRI candidates will be as
Disability Act 1995. Such candidates should submit the disability certificate issued by medical board notified by State/Central authority certifying their
follow:
disability as 40% or more.

EXEMPTION
Candidates attempted CAT/MAT test are eligible for exemption from appearing in the written test of FDDI. However score secured by them in CAT/MAT
shall be considered as per the following criteria -

For CAT / MAT: The CAT / MAT percentile will be equated at par with FDDI percentile. Marks corresponding to the nearest percentile of the candidate who
has appeared in the FDDI written test will be allotted and the candidate having CAT / MAT percentile will be positioned just below such candidate. For
example the candidate having 92.84 percentile in MAT will be equated to the nearest percentile of candidate appeared in FDDI written test, which is say
57 92.75 and the marks corresponding to the percentile is 160/300 in the case the CAT student with 92.84 percentile will also be allotted 160 marks. 58
However, in case of CAT student who have also appear in FDDI written examination, the best of the two marks as per the above methods shall be allotted.
Similar formula will be applied in the case of MAT candidates as well.

The Score of CAT / MAT prior to Sep 2009 examination shall not be considered.

Candidates will also have option to appear for FDDI written test. In that case the best of the two exam i.e. MAT / CAT or FDDI written examination will be
considered for the merit of selection as per the methods stated above.

Thus the common merit list of written test will be prepared for candidates appeared in the written test of FDDI and applied under CAT & MAT category.
Accordingly, shortlisted candidates will be called for GD, Interview and Design Aptitude Test (DAT).
Name of Programmes Tuition Fee (in USD) Library Fee (in USD) Insurance (in USD) Co-curricular (in USD) Security (Refundable) (in USD)
PGDCD/PGDLGAD 3000 25 25 25 125
PGDRM/PGDM-FT/PGDVMCD 3000 25 25 25 125
DLGAD/DFMRM/DFT 3000 25 25 25 125

NOTE: The above-mentioned fee is for one semester. There are two semesters in one year.
HOW TO APPLY? GUIDELINES FOR ENTRANCE TEST
The written test would be conducted through a computer based online mode. In this each candidate would be provided with a computer and individually
Candidates are required to fill the application form attached with the prospectus as per the instruction mentioned here and send the duly fill form allocated User-id and Password. Using the allocated User-id and Password, the candidate would be able to access the test paper. The test papers are
alongwith the requisite documents to FDDI, Noida. Duly filled application form along with requisite documents should be sent to Training Cell, FDDI. The downloaded at the test centre local server from the main server. The question contained in the test paper would be rendered one at a time on the
important instruction for filling the form are given below.
computer monitor. The candidate submits his/her answers by inputting through a mouse and keyboard. The entrance exam would be conducted over
1. One can apply for more than one programme in a single form. For applying in multiple programmes candidates have to fill the programme code in multiple sessions in a day and the test would be scheduled for all the candidates. The short listed candidates would be communicated about their test
accordance to their preference of programme as given in the application form. centre, session and test time details individually through admit card.
a. Applicants of PG programmes can apply for other PG programmes only, in the same form. It is mandatory for the candidates to bring their Admit Card (with photograph) to the allocated test centers along with any other valid identity proof
b. Applicants of UG programmes can apply for other UG programmes only, in the same form. document such as Voter’s ID card, Passport, Driving License, identity card issued by previous institution etc.. The candidates would be allowed to appear
c. If candidates wish to apply for both UG & PG programmes he / she has to fill two separate application forms. However, all may apply for for the entrance exam only on validation of their identities by the centre administrators located at each centre. A mock test paper is available at our
short-term programmes. website www.fddiindia.com which can be attempted by the candidates.

2. Applicant can choose date of his / her choice from among the dates given in the application form. Maximum efforts will be made to accommodate on WRITTEN TEST STRUCTURE
the given date and centre on first come first serve basis. However due to infrastructure constraints a candidate may sometimes be asked to appear on FDDI entrance test will be of 2.5 hrs (Two and half hours) duration and would be conducted in English language. There would be a total of 150 objective
other dates /centre also.
type questions. Multiple choices for these questions will be available and candidates are required to choose the right answer. Written Test would comprise
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3. Candidates applying under the reserved category (SC/ST/Disabled) must attach an attested copy of documentary proof signed by the competent the following sections
authority as admissible, along with the duly filled up application form.
4. Candidates applying under exemption for CAT / MAT must attach the relevant score card along with the duly filled up application form.
5. You are required to paste one recent passport size coloured photograph in the specified area of the form. The photograph should be pasted properly.
A form without the same shall be rejected.
7. You are required to fill up the personal details given in the Admit card and paste an identical passport size coloured photograph (as pasted in the
application form) and sent back along with the duly filled up form. The candidates are also required to send two self-addressed envelope along with
the form.
8. The candidates are required to sign properly & carefully (without any overwriting/cut) in the first column provided in the Admit Card indicated as
“signature of candidate (at the time of filling up the form)”. In case of mismatching of the signature you will not be allowed to take the test.

IMPORTANT DATES:
Last date for issue of application form 21/05/2010
Last date for submission of application form 21/05/2010
Date of Entrance Test 12-14 June 2010
FOR P.G. 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 U.G. PROGRAMMES


Section Description Times Suggested (In minutes) Number of Questions
61 Section A Mathematics 45 45 62
Section B General Science 30 30
Section C English 45 45
Section D General Awareness 30 30 ENTRANCE ASSESSMENT
Total 150 150 Under given marking structure will be followed:

Each question would carry 1 mark. There is no negative marking. The questions in the test paper will be selected from a Question Data bank.
PGDRM PGDM-FT PGDCD PGDLGAD PGDVMCD DFMRM DFT DLGAD
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 Written Test 150 150 150 150 150 150 150 150
“Start Test” button. On completion of the test, the candidates can exit by pressing the “Submit” button. The candidates should attempt the entire questions Group Discussion 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50
within the stipulated test duration of 2.5 hours to avoid being “timed out”.
Design Aptitude Test — — 100 100 100 — — 100
The Test Centre Administrators would be available at the test centre to provide all the necessary assistance. The tests would be invigilated to ensure that
spirit of the exam is maintained. The candidates found indulging in the malpractice of any nature would be disqualified and would be instructed to leave Personal Interview 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100
the test premises immediately. The candidates would not be allowed to bring mobile phones, pagers, calculators, PDA, Listening devices and recording TOTAL 300 300 400 400 400 300 300 400
or photographic devices of any nature in the examination hall.
Note: candidates may visit our website www.fddiindia.com for sample test papers of last years.