NIFS Diploma in Fire Safety
Conditions for Admission
Candidates for admission to One year Diploma Course in Fire & Safety should have passed one of the following examinations:
- 10th standard or S.S.C or Intermediate or equivalent.
Medium of Instruction
English will be the medium of instruction for the course.
Scheme of Examinations
There will be two examinations each year, one regular, one supplementary.
|Course||Subjects||Duration||Max. Marks||Min. Marks for a Pass|
|I||Fire Engineering||3 hours||75 + 25||40|
|II||Industrial Safety||3 hours||75 + 25||40|
|III||Safety in Construction Activities||3 hours||75 + 25||40|
|IV||Occupational Health & Environment||3 hours||75 + 25||40|
A candidate passing in all subjects will be classified as follows:
|a.)||40% and above, but less than 50%||Pass|
|b.)||50% and above but less than 60%||Second Class|
|c.)||60% and above, but less than 75%||First Class|
|d.)||75% and above||First Class with Distinction|
A candidate will be declared to have passed the examination in First Class or First Class with Distinction if he/she has passed all the courses in the first appearance and obtained an aggregate of not less than 60 or 75% of marks respectively.
Personal Contact Programme
The Personal Contact Programme for the theory portions will be conducted at different centres for 8 days out of which 6 days are compulsory. The practical contact programme will be conducted for 4 days. Cent percent attendance is compulsory for the practical contact programme.