Symbiosis National Aptitude Test


Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) - information

The Symbiosis international University is an accredited university by the NAAC and gets the 'A' grade. The university came into existence around three decades age and has produced some excellent students to excel in their career and also help the nation to strive forward. The university comprises of 37 institutes from kindergarten to postgraduate programs.
Students prefer the Symbiosis International University due to the high standards of teaching and international education facilities.

Symbiosis National Aptitude test is a mandatory and a common written test conducted by the Symbiosis International University for all the post graduate programs. This is the first step towards admission to the university, and a candidate also has to go through the selection process of the particular institute desirous to get admission into the post graduate program of that particular institution. The SNAP enables students to be eligible for all postgraduate programs of Symbiosis and is conducted in many cities of India.

How to register

One has to register online at WWW.snaptest.org. Candidate should also upload a scanned photo during registration to generate a SNAP ID. Candidate has to pay a non refundable fee with 4 modes of payment and the amount is Rs. 1,550. One can pay either by cash at any branch of Axis bank or can make payment through demand draft from any nationalized bank. The candidate can also make payment online through credit card or through net banking.

Eligibility

Graduates of any discipline with 50% marks for the general category and 45% marks for SC and ST candidates will be eligible to appear for the entrance exam. It is also based according to the specialization you have chosen.

Important dates

The SNAP test will be held in 30 cities of India and the candidate should also remember the dates like the registration and form filling that takes place in November, the payment date also closes in November. The SNAP test will be mostly held in the month of December. The results will be declared in January.

List of colleges

  • Symbiosis Institute of business management, Bangalore
  • Symbiosis center for information technology, Maharashtra
  • Symbiosis institute of operations management, Nashik
  • Symbiosis center for management and human resource development Pune
  • Symbiosis Institute of computer studies and research, Pune
  • Symbiosis Institute of telecom management, Pune
  • Symbiosis Institute of International business, Maharashtra




Last Updated on : February 15, 2019

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