Want to know more about SNAP
SNAP 2020 eligibility criteria are laid down by Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune every year. The eligibility criteria of SNAP includes requirements that candidates must fulfil before applying for the SNAP exam. Those who wish to take SNAP 2020, must go through the eligibility criteria in detail before filling the SNAP Application Form or registering for the exam.
Candidates who fail to meet the SNAP eligibility criteria 2020 will not be permitted to appear for the entrance exam. Besides checking the eligibility criteria for SNAP exam, candidates must also go through the eligibility norms defined by the SNAP participating institutes. SNAP is going to be conducted by the Symbiosis International University (SIU), Pune in the month of December 2020 for admission to various management courses offered by institutes affiliated to Symbiosis International University.
SNAP 2020 registrations are closing on November 28, 2020. Eligible candidates must submit their applications soon to avoid any last-minute errors or glitches on the portal.
Applicant must be an Indian citizen.
Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), Person of Indian Origin (PIO), Non-Resident Indian (NRI) and Foreign Nationals can also apply.
Candidate must hold a Bachelor degree from a recognized university/institute in which require specific discipline/ subject specialisation need to be checked for eligibility as mentioned below by the respective Institute.
Final year/semester students can also apply for SNAP 2020 exam subject to the condition that they should submit a qualifying certificate whenever asked.
Candidates from the general category must have secured minimum 50% marks in their graduation level.
A 5% relaxation is provided to reserved category candidates (SC/ST).
Candidates who have completed their graduation from foreign universities must be verified by Association of Indian Universities (AIU) to ensure they are eligible for admission to various management courses.
The equivalence certificate would be issued by the Equivalence Division of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
In any case, if the candidate fails to meet the eligibility criteria, the SIU reserves all the rights to cancel his/her application.
Students having backlogs / fail in their final results are not eligible for admission.
Specific eligibility conditions apply for admission to different courses, so candidates must verify the eligibility for programmes of their choice.
Name of the Institute
Name of the Course
MBA in Innovation and Entrepreneurship
MBA in Information Technology
MBA in Computer Applications
MBA in System Security
MBA in International Business
MBA in Telecom Management
MBA in Communication Management
MBA in Information Technology Business Management
MBA in Hospital and Healthcare Management
MBA in Banking and Finance
MBA in Sports Management
MBA in Infrastructure Management
MBA in Business Analytics
MBA in Agri-Business
MBA in Energy and Environment
MBA in Operations Management
MBA in Data Sciences & Data Analytics
According to UGC guidelines, below is the reservation policy which is followed at the Symbiosis International University and other affiliated Institutes.
|For Scheduled Castes||15%|
|For Scheduled Tribe||7.5%|
|For Person with Disabilities||3%|
|For Kashmiri Migrants||2 seats (per programme)|
|For International Candidates||15%|
Want to know more about SNAP
Dear student, no information regarding when the SNAP 2020 answer key will release is available at the moment. SNAP 2020 result will be released on the 22nd of January so it is expected that the answer key for SNAP 2020 exam will be released very soon. You are requested to visit our SNAP Answer Key 2020 page at regular intervals for all the latest updates regarding the same. You can also call us at 18005729877 for any kind of admission related queries.READ MORE...
No, the exam centres of SNAP are available in India online. SNAP 2020 will be conducted in 94 cities across India. You can choose up to 3 exam centres from the list available. You can check the list of SNAP exam centres from the official website of SNAP. You can check the links provided below to know more about the SNAP application process and exam pattern.
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Listing down the difference between MBA & M. COM below. You can then take a decision basis your interest and skill-set.
|Master of Commerce (M. Com)||Master of Business Administration (MBA)|
|Specialised degree offering in-depth information on a specific subject(s)||General degree - offers knowledge on many areas/ subjects|
|M. Com is academic and theoretical in its content and approach (gives you a solid base in Accounting, if that's your forte)||MBA is a professional, job-oriented PG programme|
|Main focus academically - Accounting and Finance||Main focus on all aspects of the business - Finance, Retail, Logistics, HR, Marketing, Entrepreneurship etc ...|
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Yes. 5% relaxation in the minimum percentage requirement has been provided for candidates belonging to the reserved category.
Yes. 2 seats in each course are reserved for Kashmiri Migrant students in SNAP.
15% and 7.5% of the seats in SNAP are reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) categories respectively.
Yes. SNAP has a reservation policy defined according to the guidelines provided by the UGC.
Yes. Final year students are eligible to apply provisionally but you will need to satisfy the eligibility upon graduation.
No. Foreign Nationals, NRI (Non-Resident Indian), OCI (Overseas Citizen of India) and PIO (Person of Indian Origin) are also eligible for the SNAP exam.
It depends on the college you are applying for. In some course, any graduate degree is considered eligible. In others, only a BE / BTech / BArch degree holder can apply. You must verify the exact eligibility criteria of your course before applying.
There is no age limit to apply for the SNAP exam.
50% aggregate marks in the bachelor's degree course are mandatory for general category candidates to apply for SNAP.
The minimum educational qualification required for SNAP is a bachelor's degree from a recognized university.