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SAAT (MBA) 2016 - Application Steps
How to Apply for SAAT (MBA) 2016
a. Check the eligibility criteria for each program before filling up the online application form.
b. Check that the online application form has been properly and completely filled up
c. Application process: Incomplete application will not be accepted. Please follow the below-mentioned process below to complete your application process.
Step 1 Fill up Name, Date of Birth, Email, and Mobile Number
Step 2 Receive One-Time Password (OTP) to the given Mobile Number and Email ID.
Step 3 Enter OTP to proceed to the application form.
Step 4 Complete the application form information as required . All candidates are requested to keep the scanned copy of Photo and Signature to upload during filling up the application
form. (Recent Colour passport size Photograph). The candidate also required entering the details of the Identity Proof while filling the form.
Step 5 The candidate can only modify the Course code applied for and the center choice after submission of the application form using the Modification Link. Download your Application Copy and take t he printout of the application form for future reference. The application form will be sent to your mail.
Step 6 T he acknowledgment for the receipt of the SAAT application will be intimated to your Email Id and Mobile Number through SMS.
After form submission, the candidate can only change the applied course code and center choice using the modification link.
Fees- There is no Application fee is charged.
Eligibility for SAAT (MBA) 2016
Pass or appearing (2016) Bachelor Degree in Science, Commerce and Arts/ B.E./ B.Tech./ MBBS/ B.Pharm./ B.Sc. Agri./ BVSC/ BHMS/ BAMS/ BDS/ BPT/ BHMCT/ BBA/ BCA examination or equivalent in 2016 from any recognised University with atleast 50% marks (45% in case of candidates belonging to SC/ ST/OBC category).
Marks- Pass or appearing at Bachelor Degree in any discipline with at least 50% marks
Relaxation policy (if any)- Pass or appearing at Bachelor Degree with 45% in case of SC / ST / OBC category
SAAT (MBA) 2016 Important Instructions
- The SAAT will be held at different centers as per the schedule.
- The medium of examination is English.
- The examination hall shall be opened to the candidates half an hour before the examination commences. No candidate will be allowed to enter the examination hall without a valid original / duplicate admit card.
- Candidates are required to take their respective seats at least 15 minutes before the commencement of the examination, strictly according to the sitting chart notified earlier by the Centre Superintendent.
- In no case, a candidate shall be allowed to enter the examination hall after the examination starts.
- Attendance will be taken by the invigilators on the Attendance Roll sheets provided by the Director (Admissions), with full signature of candidates against their Roll Numbers, 15 minutes before the commencement of examination. During the examination, the candidates have to enter their Roll Number, the Application Number, and the Answer Sheet and also Serial Number on the Attendance Roll sheets, which shall be verified by the invigilators.
- No candidate will be allowed to leave the hall without surrendering his/ her question booklet and answer sheet until the examination is over. Ordinarily, no candidate shall be allowed to leave the hall temporarily during the examination.
- Candidates suffering from any disease which renders their presence in the examination hall undesirable in the interest of other candidates will not ordinarily be allowed to enter the examination hall. Candidates are not allowed to have substitute writers, normally.
- Candidates should bring their own black / blue ball pens, HB pencils for writing and blackening the circles. Books, printed papers (other than their Admit Cards), manuscripts, or electronic gadgets such as mobile phones, cell phones and electronic diary calculators etc, should not be taken into the examination hall.
- The candidates are advised to check the perfectness the question booklet and answer sheet before attempting to answer. In case page/pages are found missing, torn or not in order, the candidates should immediately report to the invigilator and get a fresh question answer book issued after surrendering the defective ones.
- Candidates are not permitted to talk to each other in the examination hall. No one should receive any help from or assist another in any manner. Malpractice in any form detected during or after the examination would lead to not only cancellation of candidature but also more severe punishment as deemed fit by the SAAT committee.
- A candidate should write his/her roll number as assigned in his/her admit card and sign in the space provided in the question booklet and answer sheet. He/she should in no case write anywhere else on the answer sheet his/ her own name, roll number or anything else that is not strictly related to the answers to the questions given. Writing of any such thing a serious offense. The answer sheet without the candidate’s roll number clearly written in the space provided will not be examined.
- A candidate wishing to say anything should stand up in his/her seat and remain standing till the invigilator attends him/her. He/she should in no case leave the seat or make any noise to draw the invigilator’s attention.
- In any other matter not mentioned in these rules, the Centre Superintendent is empowered to take necessary decisions.
SAAT (MBA) 2016 Relaxation Policy
Separate merit lists will be drawn up for each reserved category. If eligible candidates belonging to one reserved category are not available, seats can be filled up by the candidates belonging to the general category.
OBC candidates are only eligible for mark relaxation.
Candidates applying for SC/ST/OBC reserved category shall furnish SC/ST/OBC certificate from
the Tahsildar of the place of birth at the time of counselling in the format given in the Counselling Brochure along with original caste certificate.
3% seats are reserved for physically handicapped (PH) candidates for admission to engineering / technology / Medical / Dental / MBA / MCA / HMCT / Pharmacy / Nursing / Law / Biotechnology / Agriculture
courses and candidates are eligible to be considered under Physically Handicapped Catagory for admission to these courses with 40% disabilities in consonance with section-39 of the Persons with Disabilities (Equal opportunities, Protection of Rights and full participation) Act, 1995. Candidates applying for PH reserved category shall have to furnish a medical certificate from a medical board constituted under the chairmanship of Dean, Institute of Medical
Science & SUM Hospital (IMS & SH) with senior professors of the IMS & SH and Director (Admissions) of SOA University or his representative(s) at the time of counselling in the format given in the Counselling Brochure. The board
should certify that they are eligible to be categorised as physically handicapped candidates with capable of undergoing each part of the requirements for Engineering / Medical studies. The decision of the Medical Board will be final & binding. They SHOULD NOT, therefore, submit along with the application form any medical certificate to the effect that they are physically handicapped. Visual disability and hearing impairment candidates are not eligible as stipulated by Medical Council of India.
30% of seats under each category for all the programmes (except for MBBS and BDS courses) are reserved for women candidates.
Seats available under general category in any course are those available after deduction of the number of
seats pertaining to the reserved categories from the total number of seats available for that particular course. For admission into a programme a candidate belonging to categories 13.1, 13.2 and 13.4 can also
compete under general category provided he/she satisfies all conditions of eligibility for the same. At the time of counselling for admission, a candidate figuring in the merit list for both reserved and general categories may first exercise his/her option for the institute and discipline for admission under reserved category. A candidate who forgoes his / her option under reserved categories is entitled to exercise his/ her option subsequently for the institute and discipline for admission according to his/her merit position under general category.
If a candidate does not report during scheduled date / hour of counselling, he/she will be treated as an absentee and no seat will be kept reserved for him/ her. A candidate failing to report for counselling will not be permitted to participate in the counselling subsequently under any circumstances.
If all the seats belonging to ST reserved category are not filled up due to nonavailability of candidates belonging to ST category, such vacant seats may be filled up by candidates belonging to SC category. If all the seats belonging to SC reserved category are not filled up due to non-availability of candidates belonging SC category, such vacant seats may be filled up by general category.If all the seats belonging to PH reserved category are not
filled up due to nonavailability of candidates belonging to PH category, such vacant seats may be filled up by candidates belonging to general category.
Seats reserved under women category will be filled up by general category candidates in case the same are not filled up.
No reservation norms are applicable for lateral entry admissions.
Note : In a case of any change in the percentage of reservation of seats/reservation criteria mentioned in the clause above on the basis of guidelines from MHRD it will be intimated through the counselling brochure to all the merit listed candidates. It will also be published on our website and on the notice board at the counselling venue.
15% and 7.5% seats in all programmes are reserved respectively for candidates belonging to Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribe by birth (not by marriage or adoption).
Note : Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe persons who have migrated from their state of origin to another state for the purpose of seeking education, employment etc., will be deemed to be Scheduled Caste / Tribe of state of their origin and will be entitled to derive benefits from the state of origin and not from the state to which they have migrated. (Vide Govt. India Letter No. BC/ 160 14.1.82 SC & BCD / dated 22nd Feb., 1985). Thus, SC/ST candidates from Odisha who are staying outside the state have to produce SC/ST certificate from the competent authority of Odisha State during counselling.
List of SAAT (MBA) 2016 Centers (Expected)
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