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SNAP Eligibility Criteria 2019 - Symbiosis International (Deemed University) has prescribed the eligibility criteria of SNAP 2019. According to SNAP 2019 eligibility criteria mentions the educational qualifications that are required by the candidates to appear for the exam. SNAP eligibility criteria 2019 states different parameters for different categories. Furthermore, eligibility criteria of SNAP 2019 are different for various colleges under SIU. Candidates can check the complete SNAP eligibility criteria 2019 before they start filling the application form for the same. SNAP will be conducted tentatively in the second week of November. This article includes additional information regarding SNAP 2019 such as important dates, detailed eligibility criteria of SNAP 2019, college wise eligibility criteria and so forth.
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SNAP important dates 2019 includes the commencement and end date of registration. The table is given below also mentions the exam date of SNAP 2019.
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Important dates (tentative)
Start date of registration
Last week of August 2019
Close date of registration
Last week of November 2019
Exam date of SNAP 2019 (Online)
Probably second or third weekend of November 2019
SNAP 2019 eligibility criteria for different categories that have been prescribed by SIU is given below in the table.
Minimum of 50% marks from a recognized institute/university
SC or ST
Minimum of 45% marks from a recognised institute/university
Equivalence certificate from Association of Indian universities
Note Check Qualification and Age limit - Students in the final year of graduation are eligible to apply for SNAP 2019. However, such students must obtain a prescribed aggregate percentage at the time of admission.
Age Limit - For SNAP 2019 there is no age limit.
Symbiosis International University has issued different SNAP eligibility criteria 2019 for various colleges under it. Refer the below table for college wise SNAP 2019 eligibility criteria:
Master of Business Administration (Banking and Finance)
Under SNAP eligibility criteria 2019, student must be a graduate from recognized 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 2019 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.
Master of Business Administration (Sports Management)
Master of Business Administration (Hospital and Healthcare Management)
SSMC - Bengaluru
Master of Business Administration (Communication Management)
Master of Business Administration (Information Technology)
Master of Business Administration (Telecom Management)
Master of Business Administration (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
SIBM – Bengaluru
SIBM – Hyderabad
SIBM – Pune
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Business Administration (Agri-Business)
Students belonging to the general category must obtain a minimum of 50% marks in their graduation. Whereas, students belonging to SC or ST categories must obtain a minimum of 45% marks at the graduation level
Important note for students in the final year of graduation: During the qualifying admission process student is subjected to obtain a minimum of 50% marks.
As per eligibility criteria of SNAP 2019, for the SC and ST categories minimum of 45% marks are necessary. However, the admission for such students will be provisional. In case of non-fulfillment of the above criteria, admissions are subjected to be canceled.
Symbiosis International University will be deciding the final eligibility for admission.
Master of Business Administration (Energy and Environment)
Student must be a graduate in any of one:
Bachelors of Technology
Bachelors of Engineering
Bachelors of Science (Environmental Science)
Bachelors of Architecture
General category students must obtain a minimum of 50% marks at the graduation level. SC and ST category must obtain a minimum of 45% marks.
Important note for final year students:
Master of Business Administration (Infrastructure Development and Management)
Students must 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 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
Master of Business Administration (Business Analytics)
Student must be a graduate from recognized universities or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category. Whereas, student belonging to SC or ST categories must have minimum fof45% marks.
Student must obtain the equivalence certificate from AIU (Association of Indian universities) in case the student is qualifying from a foreign university.
Student 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.
Master of Business Administration (Data Sciences & Data Analytics)
Graduation in mathematics at +2 level is a must for the student from recognized universities or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category. Whereas, student belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks.
SIOM – Nashik
Master of Business Administration (Operations Management)
Student must possess graduation in Technology or Engineering from recognized universities or statutory university with a minimum of 50% marks under general category. Whereas, student belonging to SC or ST categories must have a minimum of 45% marks.
Master of Business Administration
Note: Candidate belonging to defense category must be the spouse/ ward/children of defense personnel.
Reservation Policy of SNAP 2019 - SIU follow the reservation policy for offering admission to its institutes for candidates who have cleared all the stages of SNAP 2019. (Except for Symbiosis Institutes of Management Studies which possess different reservation policy.)
Scheduled Tribes (ST)
Scheduled Caste (SC)
Children/wards of Defence Personnel
5% (*mentioned below are the applicable programmes with the name of institutes)
* Applicable Programmes for Children/wards of Defence Personnel
Name of Institution
Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies & Research (SICSR, Pune)
MBA (Information Technology)
Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management (SITM, Pune)
MBA (Telecom Management)
Symbiosis Institute of International Business (SIIB, Pune)
MBA (International Business)
Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT, Pune)
MBA (Information Technology Business Management)
2. Over and above intake
2 seats per programme
Note: Reserved categories (SC/ ST/ Kashmiri migrants/ differently abled) students are compiled to submit the necessary documents issued by competent authority. Admission is subjected to be provisional until the authentication of the documents. However, students are advised to fill for any one category in case the students fall under the two reserved category.
University Grants Commission and Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment New Delhi issued the guidelines for reserving 3% of seats in all the institutes of SIU for differently abled students. The policy covers the following disabilities:
Note: Students under differently abled category have to obtain the “Authentication certification” within a month of the beginning of the programme from SCHC (Symbiosis Centre of Health Care)
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