ADMISSION CALENDAR
  • Online Registrations for SNAP commences
  • Registration start date of SCIT
  • SNAP Test Registration closes
  • SNAP Test payment closes
  • SNAP Test Admit Card available on website
  • Online MBA Program Registration for MBA (ITBM) closes
  • SNAP Test 2014
  • SNAP Test Result
  • Shortlisting of candidates for PI-WAT
  • Personal Interaction and Writing Ability Test (PI-WAT)
  • Announcement of Merit List with Waiting List status on the website
  • Last date for payment by the Merit List candidates
  • On line Pre-Induction programme Commencement
  • Hostel Registration starts from
  • Programme Commencement
  • Last date of Admission
  • Sept 3 2014
  • Sept 10, 2014
  • Nov 26, 2014
  • Nov 29, 2014
  • Dec 06-21,2014
  • Dec 20, 2014
  • Dec 21, 2014
  • Jan 10,2015
  • Jan 21, 2015
  • Feb 6-8 and 12-14, 2015
  • Feb 28, 2015 before 08:00 p.m.
  • Mar 21, 2015 By 1.30p.m
  • Mar 23, 2015
  • June 03, 2015
  • June 05, 2015
  • July 04, 2015
    Selection Process


    The Selection process is carried out in two steps.

    Step I: SNAP Test

     Each student desirous of admission to SCIT must appear for Symbiosis National Aptitude (SNAP) Test 2014, which is a common written test for the admission to all Symbiosis postgraduate institutes.

     For SNAP Test information log on to http://www.snaptest.org and register. Get your SNAP-ID. This SNAP-ID should be entered while applying to SCIT.

     Preserve the Admit Card of SNAP Test 2014 for further selection process at SCIT. Appearing for SNAP Test does not automatically qualify an applicant for the next step in selection process at SCIT.

    Step II: Selection Process at SCIT

     Each student desirous of admission to SCIT must apply for SCIT separately, using the website.

     Short-listed Applicants based on SNAP scores will be called for the selection process at SCIT, Pune. Short listed candidates are announced on SCIT website www.scit.edu as per the scheduled dates. Individual regret letters will not be sent to applicants who are not called for GE-PIWAT. The entire process will be held at PUNE only.

    This process includes Group Exercise, Personal Interview & Written Ability Test (GE-PIWAT).

    Note:
     
    The final merit score will be calculated based on the following:
    Parameter
    Marks
    SNAP score 50 Marks
    Group Excersice 10 Marks
    Personal Interview 30 Marks *
    Written Ability Test 10 Marks
    Total 100 Marks
     

    * Personal Interview score will also include Academic Consistency (marks at 10th, 12th & Graduation level each), Under Graduation degree, Experience and Extra Curricular Achievement.

    Caution: Candidates should take due care to enter the correct details while filling the forms. At any point of time during the entrance process or even after securing admission, if details are found incorrect then candidate will be disqualified or after securing admission, admission will be cancelled without assigning the reason.

    Important Instructions

     In all correspondence with SCIT, candidates must mention their SNAP ID, SCIT Application Number, legible name, email id, contact telephone number (with STD code) if applicable and address with PIN Code.

     Applicants are advised to refer to our website for updated information. No separate communication will be sent.

     Authorised SNAP Admit Card must be produced for appearing in the selection process.

     Short-listed candidates for Step II (GE-PIWAT) will be announced on SCIT web site www.scit.edu as per the schedule published

     Merit list will be published on the SCIT website www.scit.edu as per the schedule published

     All enquiries related to admission can be made to admission@scit.edu


    International Students
    Admissions of all International students are through Symbiosis Centre For International Education (SCIE).

                     SYMBIOSIS CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION (SCIE)

    The Symbiosis Centre for International Education (SCIE) is a department of Symbiosis International University, providing leadership & support for the University's efforts to internationalize the campus and the curriculum. 

    At Symbiosis, not only are 75 countries represented in the student community, but there is also an emphasis on internationalizing the curricula. Students and faculty are repeatedly provided with opportunities to pursue their international academic interests to the fullest, be it through academic exchanges or exposure to international conferences, seminars, workshops, etc. 

    Internationalization at Symbiosis works on multiple tracks, hence, the two divisions in the Symbiosis Centre for International Education include:
        
      
    International Students Admissions, Events & Support Services
      
    International Initiatives & Collaborations

    International Students Admissions, Events & Support Services
    The International Students Admissions at Symbiosis Centre for International Education is designed taking into consideration the requirements and difficulties faced by International Students. The admissions are centralized for all the constituent institutes of Symbiosis International University and routed through Symbiosis Centre for International Education (SCIE). The online admission procedure has made it accessible to each and every student from different parts of the world and in the comfort of their homes. 

    To check if you are an international student, please refer to the categories listed.

    Categories under International Students Admissions:

      Foreign National (FN) A student is eligible to apply as a Foreign National (FN) if he/she holds a foreign passport
     
    Person of Indian Origin (PIO) A student is eligible to apply as a Person of Indian Origin (PIO) if he/she has a PIO card, and is a citizen of a country other than India.
     
    Non Resident Indian (NRI)

    At the Undergraduate Level : A student is eligible to apply as a Non Resident Indian (NRI) if he/she has appeared either for the 10 or 10+2 (equivalent to the Indian 10th & 12th) examination outside India. 

    * It is mandatory for the Student who fall in the NRI Category and have appeared for 12th in India to appear for the SET TEST.

    At the Postgraduate Level : A student is eligible to apply as a Non Resident Indian (NRI) if he/she has appeared either for the 10+2 examination (equivalent to the Indian 12th) or Graduation outside India. It is mandatory for one of the two qualifying examinations to be given outside India. 

    * It is mandatory for Postgraduate Students, who fall in the NRI Category and have appeared for their graduation in India, to appear for the SNAP TEST.

    If you fall into any of these categories and wish to apply to Symbiosis Institute Kindly contact : 

    Symbiosis Centre for International Education
    Symbiosis Society
    Senapati Bapat Road, Pune – 411 004
    Maharashtra, India

    Tel : +91 20 25671905
    Fax : +91 20 25673854
    Email : intadmissions@symbiosis.ac.in
    URL : http://www.scie.ac.in

    Admission Confirmation Procedure

    • SCIT/SIU will announce the results at Pune and also on www.scit.edu as per the schedule in the entrance calendar. Those who are offered admissions must confirm their admission by paying the first instalment fees by the due date. Otherwise the seats will be made open for the next in rank.
    • Along with the fees they must submit:
      • Two stamp-size colour photographs
      • One attested copy of mark-sheet of the 10th, 12th.
      • Certificate of passing the qualifying examination and statement of marks or certificate from the college / institution of having appeared in the qualifying examination whose result has not been declared till date of admission.
      • Requisite caste/category certificate issued by competent authority of respective state/central Governments, if admission is against reserved category of SC, ST, DA & KM. In case of Differently-Abled candidates the minimum degree of disability should be 40% in order to be eligible under this category.
      • GAP Certificate if applicable. (In case candidate is having more than one-year of Gap between the qualifying exam and admission.)
      • Certificate for change of name if applicable.
      • Declaration that student has not taken admission in more than one full time course
      • Migration certificate to be submitted by students who have completed the qualifying exam (in case of final year students who have appeared for final exam need to submit before 31st December 2015) from other than Symbiosis International University.
      • Undertaking from student, parents regarding awareness rules of ragging.
    • All admissions are provisional and students need to apply for getting final eligibility certificate from the Symbiosis International University (SIU).
    • Those students whose results of the qualifying exam are awaited are required to submit:
      • Certificate of having appeared for the qualifying examination from the college authorities at the time of admission
      • Their final mark sheet before 30th September 2015 to apply for eligibility certificate from SIU.
    • Important: It is the responsibility of the candidates to ascertain whether they possess the requisite qualifications for admission. Having been admitted provisionally does not mean acceptance of eligibility. Final eligibility for admission will be decided by SIU.
    • Care should be taken to write the address correctly and legibly in all communications.
    • All those who are admitted must attend the opening session. In case of the absence on the opening day or if a student does not attend the academic session after attending the opening session for two continuous weeks without prior permission of SCIT, his/her admission will stand cancelled.

      In this event, SCIT will automatically assume that the student does not intend to be admitted to the relevant programme and SCIT is therefore free to admit the next student in the merit list in his/her place.
    • Hostel registration should be completed prior to the opening session.
    Guidelines and Rules


    The Students’ Handbook will be provided by the institute to each student on joining SCIT which contains the detailed rules & regulations. However they are described here briefly.
    Academics

    • Programme Structure

      The programme structures printed in the SIU prospectus related to SCIT programme are subject to change to incorporate any updates.
    • Attendance

      Students should ensure that the attendance in the academic sessions and non-academic sessions like seminars, guest lectures, holistic health sessions etc. is above 75%. The students not complying with these norms will be disallowed from taking examinations.
    • Examination Rules & Guidelines

        • SIU Rules

          All Exam Rules & guidelines announced by SIU from time to time are applicable SCIT programmes.
        • SIU Grading Policy

          SCIT follows semester pattern with four semesters over a period of two years. The SIU Grading Policy is applicable for evaluation at SCIT.
          It uses a system of grade points to judge the student’s overall performance on 4-point scale. The student is awarded letter grades A+, A, A-, B+, B, B-, C+, C, C-, D+, D, D- & F for each course depending on the relative performance of the student in the class. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) indicates the overall performance of the student in the MBA programme.
        • SIU Grading Policy

          At SCIT each course has internal & external evaluation components. External evaluation will be conducted by SIU through a semester-end exam.
        • Standard of passing

          A student has to pass both internal & external exam separately. A student must obtain a minimum of 2.0 CGPA to be eligible to get the degree.
          It is recommended that a student should not have backlogs as far as possible and maintain at least 2.0 CGPA in all semesters to avoid large academic load in subsequent semesters. Students are required to read thoroughly the eligibility & examinations rules on joining the course.
      Campus Rules


      There is a common code of conduct for all students on the campus. The Students’ Handbook will contain the details.
    • Dress Code

      On the campus all students are expected to dress decently.
      • Girls
      • Boys
      • For Yoga/Workout etc.
      • Dress/ Sarees
      • Blue Blazers, Grey Trousers, White Shirt & Tie
      • Track suits & ‘T’ shirts
    • Hostel Rules in Brief

      • Campus is fully residential. All students must stay on the campus. Mess will serve only vegetarian food. Cafeteria will have vegetarian snacks.
      • Smoking, drinking, drugs etc. are prohibited. Possession of cigarettes and things like liquor, drugs etc. on the campus is strictly prohibited. Entry into the campus on consumption of liquor, drugs etc. is also strictly prohibited.
      • Entry of girls into boys hostel and boys into girls hostel is prohibited.
      • Campus gates will be closed at 10.30 p.m. All students have to attend the night roll call at the hostels at 10:30pm. Night-outs are not allowed. Lights-out period will be from 12.00 midnight to 5.30 a.m. for students to sleep.
      • Automated vehicles -- two wheelers, three wheelers, or four wheelers are not allowed on the campus and should not be brought. This measure is to avoid wasteful expense on fuel, time wastages and to avoid pollution and promote healthy habits and more time for learning.
      This discipline is towards the total development for a healthy and happy life in a hectic and pressure-filled IT career.

      SIU Hostel Rules and Regulations details
    • Fitness

      It is important that no medical history especially psychosomatic is hidden from the institute. Candidates with epilepsy or depressive tendencies, which may aggravate due to academic and time pressures, are advised not to take admission. One is expected to be medically fit for Workouts, Yoga, Pranayam, Meditation and Mind Management Techniques.
    • Medical Insurance

      Each student is insured by way of a unique, insurance policy under the Mediclaim & Road Traffic Accident Policy. A copy of the policy document is available with the Admin Officer For further details regarding the benefits of the policy, the student should contact Symbiosis Centre for Health Care. The centre thus provides preventive, promotional as well as curative health care services with a view to ensure Positive Health in all members of the Symbiosis Family.
      Placement

      Students are expected to participate in all sessions, workshops, seminars etc. in the first and second year. Those students who fulfill the eligibility criteria as laid down are permitted to participate in the Campus Recruitment Program. The Eligibility criteria for the First Year for summer internship as well as the Second Year for final placements are declared well in advance.
      Discipline & Code of Conduct

      We value self-discipline and do not believe in policing. We have a lot of trust and faith in students. We want students to live up to that trust and follow discipline, code of conduct, rules or instructions. Any behavior unbecoming of that will invite strict disciplinary action including heavy fines, debarring from tests/examination, etc. or termination of studentship if counseling and caution fails. Damage to equipment and fixtures anywhere on the campus will cost heavy fines besides a disciplinary action. Students are to abide by the Code of Conduct of Symbiosis International University (SIU) a copy of which will be given at the time of joining SCIT. Students are advised to read the same fully. SCIT Disciplinary Committee's decision is final and binding on the student.

      Student's admission will be cancelled if it is found that the admission is taken by resorting to the fraudulent means and illegal gratification for the admission.

      Ragging in any form is banned on the campus. Anyone found indulging directly or indirectly in ragging will be punished appropriately, which may include expulsion from the institute.
      Legal Jurisdiction

      All disputes pertaining to application and admission to the institute shall fall within the jurisdiction of Pune (Maharashtra) only. All disputes will be settled & resolved by arbitration.
    Admission Cancellation and Refund Rules

    To cancel your admission you need to firstly inform the Institute immediately about your cancellation through an e-mail or else your withdrawal will not be treated valid from that date. Once you have communicated, you need to send us a written application signed by the student. After receiving the same a cheque or demand draft would be sent to you. Please mention the correct address on the application for despatch of cheque.
    If admission is cancelled before commencement of the academic programme
     
    Deduct Rs. 1,000/- and refund the balance fees paid by the student.
    Please note that Pre-induction fee is not refunded.
    If the admission is cancelled after joining the programme and if the seat consequently falling vacant has been filled by another candidate by the last date of admission (i.e. one month from the date of commencement of the programme)
    • i) Deposit
    • ii) Academic, Hostel & Mess Fees
      To be refunded 100%
    • To be refunded after pro-rata deductions.
    If the admission is cancelled after joining the programme and if the seat consequently falling vacant has not been filled by another candidate by the last date of admission (i.e. one month from the date of commencement of the programme)
    • i) Deposit
    • ii) Academic, Hostel & Mess Fees
      a) To be refunded 100%
    • b) No Refund
    If the admssion is cancelled by the student after 30 days of the commencement of the programme
     
    No Refund of Fees.
    Refund of Fees to students in case of non-fulfillment of eligibility criteria:
    • a) 10% of the fees (excluding deposit) will be deducted as administration charges.
    • b) Proportionate/pro rate amount will be deducted from fees for period from admission till the cancellation of admission.
    • After deducting the above amount, remaining amount will be refunded to the students.
    Non refundable fees
    • 1) Pre Induction / Foundation Module / Bridge Course Fee
    • 2) Medical Insurance Fee
    MBA (ITBM)-2013 Admission Offer Acceptance Letter

    MBA (ITBM)-2013 Undertaking of Admission

FUNDING FROM BANKS

Nationalized and private banks have facilities that approve and provide educational loans for pursuing MBA programmes at SCIT.

Bank of Maharashtra has approved Educational Loan to Management students of SIU at concessional rate of interest.       Click here

Syndicate Bank has approved Educational Loan to Management students of SIU at concessional rate of interest.
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Allahabad Bank has approved Educational Loan to Management students of SCIT at concessional rate of interest.
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SCHOLARSHIPS

Symbiosis Society Foundation has instituted scholarships for students of UG and PG programmes of all the faculties in SIU. The scholarship policy has been approved by the Board of Management. The details and eligibility for scholarships have been posted here.
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