Symbiosis National Aptitude Test [SNAP]

SNAP 2017 Eligibility

Exam Date : 18th December 2017 To 18th December 2017
Result Date : 9th January 2018

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SNAP 2017 Eligibility Criteria:

The candidates are advised to read the eligibility criteria before applying for SNAP 2017. They must ensure that they meet all the eligibility requisites for SNAP 2017 according to SIU terms. Failing to fulfil the eligibility criteria, their candidature will be rejected. The eligibility criteria for SNAP 2017 is as follows:

Candidates will have to check the eligibility criteria for certain programs that follow a specific discipline or subject specialisation. Also, note that the eligibility criteria will be different for every institute.

Minimum Eligibility Criteria for SNAP 2017:

  • The eligibility criteria for the General category students differs from the eligibility criteria for the reserved category students.
  • The candidates from the General category must have secured a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in graduation to fulfil the eligibility criteria. Whereas, according to the eligibility criteria for the Reserved category students, they must have secured a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in graduation.
  • Candidates falling under the category of Non-residential of Indian (NRI)/Overseas Citizen of India (OCI)/Person of Indian Origin (PIO)/Foreign Nation (FN) also have the eligibility to apply for the SNAP 2017.
  • Candidates who have completed their qualifying degree from any foreign university or institution must provide an equivalent certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) to fulfil the eligibility.

Contact Information of the Association of Indian Universities:

Address: Association of Indian Universities, AIU House, Kotla Marg, Opposite National Bal Bhawan, Near I.T.O., New Delhi-110002
Telephone Number: +91-11-23230059/23232429/23232305
Fax Number:+91-11-23232131
Email: info@aiuweb.org
Website: www.aiuweb.org


SNAP 2017 Reservation Policy

All the management institutes affiliated with SIU follow a separate reservation policy and eligibility criteria as per the norms of UGC regulations and guidelines. It’s only Symbiosis that has its own separate policy for reservation of seats on their basis of eligibility.

Note: Shortlisted candidates not falling under the “Open” category will be required to submit valid supporting documents at the time of GE-PIWAT to fulfil the eligibility.

Details regarding the Reservation Policy is mentioned below

Within Sanctioned Intake

  • Scheduled Caste(SC) - 15%
  • Scheduled Tribes(ST) - 7.5%
  • Differently Able - 3%

Above Sanctioned Intake

  • Kashmiri Migrants - 2 seats per program
  • International Students - 15%

Discussion Forum View all 111 Questions

QSNAP 2017 NRI candidate

I am an NRI. Am I eligible to write the SNAP exam?

Asked By: Praful Gupta,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes, candidates falling under the category of Non-resident Indian (NRI) are eligible to write the SNAP exam.

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What are the reservation policies of SNAP 2017

Asked By: Neelam Singh ,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

All the management institutes affiliated with SIU follow a separate reservation policy and eligibility criteria as per the norms of UGC regulations and guidelines. It’s the only Symbiosis that has its own separate policy for reservation of seats on their basis of eligibility.

Details are as follows:

Within Sanctioned Intake

  • Scheduled Caste(SC) - 15%
  • Scheduled Tribes(ST) - 7.5%
  • Differently Able - 3%

Above Sanctioned Intake

  • Kashmiri Migrants - 2 seats per program
  • International Students - 15%

Shortlisted candidates not falling under the “Open” category will be required to submit valid supporting documents at the time of GE-PIWAT to fulfill the eligibility.

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How many seats are reserved for the international students?

Asked By: Tushar Sunny ,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

15% of the total seats are reserved for the international students.

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QSNAP 2017 Qualifying marks

What is the required qualifying marks to be eligible to write the SNAP exam?

Asked By: Kirti Shamdasani,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The General category candidates have to score minimum 50% marks in their graduation and the Reserved category candidates have to score minimum 45% marks in their graduation.

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QSNAP eligibility check

I secured 53% during my graduation, am I eligible to apply for SNAP exam?

Asked By: Chetan,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes you are eligible to write SNAP exam.

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QSNAP eligibility

What is the address of Association of Indian Universities?

Asked By: Kunal,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The address of AIU is:

Association of Indian Universities,
AIU House, Kotla Marg,
Opposite National Bal Bhawan,
Near I.T.O., New Delhi-110002

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QAge limit for SNAP

What is the age limit to appear for SNAPExam?

Asked By: Shaikh Azmi,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

There is no age-limit to take SNAP Exam.

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What is the SNAP 2017 eligibility criteria for general category?

Asked By: Nitin Suresh,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The candidates who belong to general category must have secured a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in graduation to fulfill the SNAP 2017 eligibility criteria.

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QReservation seats for SNAP

What is the reservation policy followed by Symbiosis International Policy?

Asked By: Sahil Kr,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

The reservation policy and eligibility criteria as per the norms of UGC regulations and guidelines. It’s only Symbiosis that has its own separate policy for reservation of seats on their basis of eligibility.

Within Sanctioned Intake

  • Scheduled Caste(SC) - 15%
  • Scheduled Tribes(ST) - 7.5%
  • Differently Able - 3%

Above Sanctioned Intake

  • Kashmiri Migrants - 2 seats per program
  • International Students - 15%

 

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QEligibilities for SNAP

Is there any particular degree required to be eligible for SNAP?

Asked By: Laxman Pal,
A Answer By: GetmyuniEnterprise

Yes, the candidates from the General category must have secured a minimum aggregate of 50% marks in graduation to fulfil the eligibility criteria. Whereas, according to the eligibility criteria for the Reserved category students, they must have secured a minimum aggregate of 45% marks in graduation.

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