SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2020 - Symbiosis International (Deemed) University, Pune will define the eligibility criteria of SNAP 2020 for the candidates who wish to register for the exam. Candidates planning to fill the application form of SNAP 2020, can fill only if they fulfill the conditions defined by SIU in SNAP 2020 eligibility criteria. As per SNAP eligibility criteria 2020, candidates must ensure that they meet the academic qualifications, age criteria, nationality, etc. Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) is conducted by Symbiosis International Deemed University (SIU) for the purpose of admitting students in Post Graduation MBA programmes which are offered at the participating institutes of SNAP. The process of application form of SNAP 2020 is likely to start from the third week of August. SNAP exam will be conducted in the third week of December, notification of which is likely to be released in August 2020. This article contains information regarding SNAP 2020 such as important dates, key highlights of SNAP 2020, details eligibility criteria and related.
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Important Dates SNAP 2020

Candidates can fill the application form, keeping in mind the eligibility criteria of SNAP 2020. Dates of the start application process must be observed beforehand in order to avoid the last-minute hassle. Candidates are requested to validate this information on the release of official notification of SNAP 2020. Given below are tentative dates of SNAP 2020 -

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SNAP 2020 Important Dates

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Dates (Tentative)

Application start date

Second week of August 2020

End date for SNAP application form 2020

Last week of November, 2020

Admit card SNAP 2020

First week of December, 2020

SNAP 2020

Second/Third week of December, 2020

Key Highlights of SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2020

Before filling the application form, candidates are requested to keep themselves updated with the eligibility criteria of SNAP 2020. Key points given below must be checked by candidates to have an idea about the SNAP 2020 eligibility criteria:

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  1. Symbiosis International (Deemed) University (SIU) reserves all rights to decide the eligibility conditions in terms of percentage marks, equivalence and recognition of qualifying examination, etc.

  1. Programmes that require specific subject/discipline specialisation need to check the SNAP 2020 eligibility criteria as per the respective institutes.

SNAP 2020 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates must go through this complete article to have clear views on the SNAP eligibility criteria 2020. Information related to age limit, qualifying exam and % of marks required are given below -

  1. Age limit - For SNAP 2020, the institute will not keep any age limit bar. Candidates of any age can fill the application form of SNAP 2020.

  1. Minimum percentage of marks required - Students belonging to the general category need to have a minimum of 50% marks from a recognised university or institute. Whereas the SC/ST category is given 5% relaxation and can apply for SNAP 2020 with a minimum of 45% marks from any recognised university/institute.

  1. Qualifying Exam - The student must be a graduate from any Recognised University or Institute of National Importance.

In case of non-fulfilment of the above-mentioned criteria, admissions through SNAP 2020 are subjected to be cancelled.

SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2020 - College Wise

Symbiosis International (Deemed) University had issued college-wise eligibility criteria for admissions in SNAP 2019 for various colleges under it. Below table can be referred for college wise eligibility criteria.

College wise eligibility criteria of SNAP 2020

Institute

Programme

Eligibility Criteria

SIIB

MBA (Agri-business)


Students belonging to the general category need to have a minimum of 50% marks from a recognised university or institute. Whereas the SC/ST category is given 5% relaxation and can apply for SNAP 2020 with a minimum of 45% marks from any recognised university/institute. However, for the admission of SC/ST category students, admission will be provisional. In case of non-fulfillment of the above criteria, admissions will be subjected to be cancelled.


SIIB

MBA (Energy and Environment)

Candidates should be graduate in any of one:

  • Bachelors of Technology

  • Bachelors of Engineering

  • Bachelors of Science (Environmental Science)

  • Bachelors of Architecture


SCMHRD

MBA (Infrastructure Development and Management)

Candidate should obtain any one of the following with a minimum of 50% marks for general category and a minimum of 45% for SC and St categories:

  • Bachelors of Mining Engineering

  • Bachelors of Metallurgy Engineering

  • Bachelors of Plastic and Polymer Technology

  • Bachelors of Chemical Engineering

  • Bachelors of Oil and Paint Technology

  • Bachelors of Petrochemical Engineering

  • Bachelors of Electronics and Communication Engineering

  • Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering

  • Bachelors of Automobile Engineering

  • Bachelors of Fire and Safety Engineering

  • Bachelors of Marine Engineering

  • Bachelors of Production Engineering

  • Bachelors of Electrical Engineering

  • Bachelors of Electronics Engineering

  • Bachelors of Instrumentation Engineering

  • Bachelors of Architecture

  • Bachelors of Technology in Aeronautical Engineering

  • Bachelors of Agriculture Engineering

  • Bachelors of Mechatronics Engineering

  • Bachelors of Engineering

  • Bachelors of Planning

  • Bachelors of Civil Engineering

  • Bachelors of Water Resources

  • Bachelors of Industrial Engineering

  • Bachelors of Environment Engineering

  • Bachelors of Energy Engineering

  • Bachelors of Environment


SCMHRD

MBA (Business Analytics)

Candidate should be a graduate from recognised universities/ Institution of National Importance with a minimum of 50% marks in general category. Candidates belonging to the SC or ST categories should have a minimum of 45% marks. Also, they should have a minimum two years full time work experience after completing graduation.

Candidates should obtain an equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.

SIOM – Nashik

MBA (Operations Management)

Candidates should be graduate in Technology or Engineering from recognised universities or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category. Whereas, students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks.


Students must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


SIMS

Master of Business Administration

Students must be a graduate from recognised universities or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category. Whereas, students belonging to SC or ST categories must have minimum fof45% marks.


Candidates should obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


Students pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply to pertain to obtain a minimum of 50% marks during the time of admission. On the other hand, SC and ST are subjected to obtain 45% marks during the times of admission.


Note: Candidate belonging to defense category must be the spouse/ ward/children of defense personnel.


SSBF

Master of Business Administration (Banking and Finance)

Candidates should be a graduate from recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SSSS

Master of Business Administration (Sports Management)

Candidates should be a graduate from recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SIHS

Master of Business Administration (Hospital and Healthcare Management)

Candidates should be a graduate from recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SSMC - Bengaluru

Master of Business Administration (Communication Management)

Candidates should be a graduate from recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SIMC

Master of Business Administration (Communication Management)

Candidates should be a graduate from a recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SCIT

Master of Business Administration (Communication Management)

Candidates should be a graduate from a recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SIIB

Master of Business Administration (Information Technology)

Candidates should be a graduate from a recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SITM

Master of Business Administration (Telecom Management)

Candidates should be a graduate from a recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SIBM - Pune

Master of Business Administration (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

Candidates should be a graduate from recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020

SCMHRD

SIBM – Bengaluru

SIBM – Hyderabad

SIBM – Pune


Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Candidates should be a graduate from recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020


SICSR

Master of Business Administration (Information Technology)

Candidates should be a graduate from recognised university or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category.


Students belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level.


The student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.


The student pursuing the final year of graduation can also apply for SNAP 2020 with a minimum of 50% marks during the time of admission. On the other hand, SC and ST are subjected to obtain 45% marks during the times of admission.


Reservation Policy of SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2020

As per the notification released by SIU for SNAP 2019, the reservation policy for admission to any programme of SIUs institutes will be as follows -

A- Sanctioned Intake

Categories

Requirement

Scheduled Caste (SC)

15%

Differently Abled

3%

Scheduled Tribes (ST)

7.5%

Children/wards of Defence Personnel

5%

B- Over &Above Intake

Categories

Percentage

International Candidates

15%

Kashmiri Migrants

2 seats per programme

SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2020 - Reservation Policy for Differently Abled Students at SIU

SIU makes provisions every year for reserving seats for the Differently Abled Category (DAC). Thereafter, the candidates will be required to get ‘Authentication Certificate’ from Symbiosis Centre of Health Care (SCHC) within one month of commencement of the programme. The types of disabilities covered are:-

Types of disabilities are -

  1. Hearing impairment

  2. Locomotor disabilities

  3. Vision impairment

  4. Mental retardation

  5. Dyslexia

  6. Multiple disabilities

SNAP Application Form 2020

Symbiosis International (deemed) University will release the application form of SNAP 2020 in the third week of August and the last date to fill the same is last week of November, 2020. The process of filling the SNAP 2020 application form is online.

SNAP Important Dates 2020

Event

Tentative Dates

Start date of Registration

Third week of August, 2020

Registration end date of SNAP 2020

Last week of November, 2020

SNAP 2020

Second/Third week of December, 2020

Steps to download the Application Form SNAP 2020

Step 1 - Visit the official website

Step 2 - Register for SNAP 2020 by filling the registration form(verify mobile no. and email)

Step 3 - Relogin and fill the application form

Step 4 - Pay the requisite application fee

Step 5 - After the final submission, Take a print out of the application form

Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2020

Question: What is the minimum marks required for SC/ST candidate to fill the application form of SNAP 2020?

Answer:

Candidates belonging to SC/ST category are required to have a minimum of 45% in graduation from any recognised university/institute of national importance.

Question: From where can a candidate know the age limit required for filling the application form of SNAP 2020?

Answer:

As per last year’s notification, any candidate can fill the SNAP 2020 as there is no age limit for anyone. But he/she must be a graduate.

Question: Who will define the eligibility criteria of SNAP 2020?

Answer:

The eligibility criteria of SNAP 2020 will be defined by Symbiosis International (Deemed) University, Pune.

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You have take non-zero positive marks in GATE to take admission in M Tech at local colleges in maharashtra. I got 6.60. Now how I can dowload my result since there is no option at GATE website to print it? I can take snap shot of my result but I dont know wtheter it will be accpetable or not?

Shubham Dhane 17th Mar, 2020

Hello,

Those who have not qualified in GATE will not receive any GATE score.But to provide your score at the time of document verification you can follow the steps given below

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got following PERSONTILE in CAT 16.83 NMATE 165 MARKS SNAP 34.00 PERSONTILE

Pranav Mishra 26th Feb, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

Your marks in CAT and SNAP is poor and according to the marks you have got in these exam you won't be getting any good college, However your NMAT marks is average which can get you some average colleges like IBS, Alliance, UPES Dehradun.

So you can try for above mentioned college for doing MBA.

I wish you a good luck.

I hope the above information is beneficial for you.

All the best.

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I am a CAT aspirant & have appeared for CAT, XAT,& SNAP & scored 90%ile. With acads 10th-7.4CGPA, 12th-82% & in graduation(2018)-64% with no work experience due to family problem. Would I able to secure a seat in good college? I have been shortlisted for TAPMI, FORE, IIMV for round one till now.

Manidipa Kundu Student Expert 17th Feb, 2020

hi,

its true that iims and some of other top ranked institute shortlisted candidates as per their academic record and  cat or any other management aptitude  test score. see right now which of institute name you have mentioned is also comes under tier 1 college. now you need to focus on your presentation skills, communication approach  to get shortlisted in final rounds. so keep calm and focus on your goal, I think you will surely crack it.

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I got a 99.88 percentile in SNAP 2019 but i believe i can convert IIM A/B/C. Will I have any disadvantage if i give a drop year to prepare for the same? I am a final year student.

Pranav Mishra 8th Feb, 2020

Hello Aspirant,

Symbiosis is also a great college for doing PGDM since it it a one of the tier 1 college but if you want to drop a year for converting IIM than you can do it but remember one thing you should also do something in that one year apart from preparing like any certificate course (Digital Marketing, Advance excel) or work in any social organisation like NGO which not only makes your profile stronger but also gives you an upper hand during the interviews when interviewer ask you about your year gap, So try to do any of these thing apart from preparing.

I hope the above information is beneficial for you.

All the best.

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