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MBA in Data Science and Data Analytics




Programme Objective

MBA (Data Sciences and Data Analytics) aims at developing Management professionals for Data Sciences and Data Analytics stream. Students will gain analytics competencies and use hands on tools in data sciences thereby preparing them for business and techno-functional roles in data sciences and analytics projects

Duration

Full Time Two Year residential programme

Intake

Total Seats: 60
Reservation SC: 15%, ST : 7.5%, Differently Abled : 3%
Over and Above Total Intake 2 seats for children of migrants from Jammu and Kashmir valley
15% seats for International Students

Eligibility

  • Graduate from any recognised University/ Institution of National Importance with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade (45% marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes).
  • Should have Mathematics Subject compulsory in 12 th Standard
  • KM – Attested copy of Migration cert. duly signed by Relief Commissioner / Competent Authority.
  • DA – Candidate claiming reservation under this category shall submit the certificate from Competent Authority which should clearly state that the extent of the disability is not less than 40 % & disability is permanent in nature.

Total Credits

100

Programme Pattern

Semester Pattern - 4 semesters with industry internship after the first year.

Focus

  • To offer a unique combination of strategic actionable insights and real-time operational intelligence which are crux of Data Sciences and Data Analytics respectively.
  • To address and fulfil the long felt need for analytical skills from an end to end information value chain perspective.
  • To enable the candidates gain analytics competencies and hands on with the tools used in data sciences thereby preparing them for business and techno-functional roles in data sciences and analytics projects.
  • To enable students to approach data using scientific methods.

Note: For more information related to MBA(DS&DA) admissions please contact:

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PO's,PEO's & Graduate Attributes

Programme Outcomes (PO)
Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)
Graduate Attributes

Programme Outcomes (POs)

PO1 Students will be able to apply relevant Data driven Decision Making Skills in a given business scenario.
PO2 Students will identify, analyze, design and evaluate machine learning based models to solve complex societal, business and industry problems.
PO3 Students will be able to make socially and environmentally sustainable decisions and propose solutions having national/international standards.
PO4 Students will be able to demonstrate professional and personal Ethics.
PO5 Students will communicate effectively that includes comprehension, presentation and reporting for business activities.
PO6 Students will develop an aptitude for research and life long learning.
PO7 Students will apply Cognitive Thinking in designing AI based solutions.
PO8 Students will apply critical thinking to identify, analyze and formulate, business problems and suggest solutions.
PO9 Students will recognize the need for innovation and entrepreneurial skills in the context of next generation technology leading towards national development.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO1 Developed Adaptability to Technology Advancement and Changing Business needs through Innovation
PEO2 Exhibited Influential and Ethical Leadership skills in Community Development
PEO3 Developed Ability for Continuous Learning and Research to Sustain Individual and Organizational Goals
PEO4 Imbibed Graduates with Innovative and Entrepreneurial Capabilities in line with National Policies
PEO5 Developed Scalable and Resilient Problem-Solving Skills
PEO6 Lead Organizations through Knowledge Discovery

IT Infrastructure Management

Today Networks and IT infrastructure components are the nerves, which enable the information flow both within and outside the organizations. Progressive enterprises have always faced challenges while managing and designing IT infrastructure which will meet the business needs.

Emerging technologies such as unified communications, enterprise wide networks, and next generation intelligent network solutions are expected to be used in unison to meet the growing needs of organizations. There is certain need of professionals who will act as a catalyst in the planning, design, deployment and monitoring of such complex and large networks. This unique role demands a sound understanding of the business and technological domains.

SCIT probed this need and designed a curriculum which imparts the NITI specific management and technological know-how to the students.

Prospective Profiles

  • IT Infrastructure Management Services
  • Network Security and Audit
  • Network Solution and Design
  • IT Advisory Services
  • Business Development IMS

  • Network Infrastructure Sales
  • Infrastructure Project Management
  • Data Centre Management
  • BCP/DR Consultant

IT Infrastructure Management

Organizations use their data for decision support and to build data-intensive products and services. The collection of skills required by organizations to support these functions has been grouped under the term Data Science. Data science is the study of the generalizable extraction of knowledge from data. This specialization course will attempt to articulate the expected output of Data Scientists and then equip the students with the ability to deliver against these expectations. The holistic Data Science program designed and delivered by Symbiosis

SCIT aims to train the new generation of data-savvy professionals. This specialization program provides the participants intensive training to develop the necessary and unique set of skills required for a successful career in the world of Big Data and Business Analytics.

The curriculum caters to the various skill requirements of organizations across the world including Banks, Computer Services, Education, Healthcare, Insurance, Manufacturing, Retail and other industries. The core modules and electives taught by the subject matter experts along with hands-on exposure to the various tools like R, Hadoop, MapReduce etc. The students in this specialization course will attain an ability to provide customized solution to contemporary data problems arising in the business world.

Prospective Profiles

  • Big Data Analysis
  • Business Development
  • Business Analytics
  • Market Analyst
  • Business Process Management

  • Social Network and Sentiment Analysis
  • Consumer Behavior Health Sciences
  • Behavioral Analytics
  • Business Process Analysis

A.Y. MBA 2023-2025
A.Y. MBA 2022-2024
A.Y. MBA 2021-2023

A.Y. MBA 2023-25

Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4

Semester 1

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Basics of Financial Management 2
Business Statistics 2
Data Mining 2
Data preparation and Data management 2
Domain Study(Manufacturing and Logistics) 2
Mathematics Foundation 2
Operations Research and Optimization Techniques 2
Principles and Practices of Management 2
Research Methodology 2
Integrated Disaster Management * 0
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Advance Data Mining 3
Cloud Computing 3
Machine learning 3
Text Analytics 3

Semester 2

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Advance data organization 2
Advanced Business Statistics for Decision Making 2
Data Visualization and modeling 2
Domain Study(BFSI) 2
Essentials of Marketing Management 2
Financial Analysis 2
Knowledge Graphs 2
Managerial Economicss 2
Predictive Analytics 2
Strategic Management 2
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Artificial Intelligence 3
Cognitive Computing 3
Deep learning 3
Natural Language Processing 3
Big Data Analysis 3
Marketing Analytics 3
Software analytics 3

Semester 3

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Summer Internship 8
Data Protection and Privacy 2
Design Thinking 2
Entrepreneurship 2
Human Resource Management 2
Research Publication * 0
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Computer Vision 3
Flexi-Credit Course 3
Generative Adversarial Networks 3
Human Computer Interaction 3
Reinforcement Learning 3
Flexi-Credit Course 3
Fraud Detection Analysis 3
Insurance Analytics 3
Social Media and Web Analytics 3
Supply chain & operations analytics 3

Semester 4

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Capstone Project and Defence 2
Corporate Governance and Ethics 2
Flexi-Credit Course) 2
Sustainability Standards- Applications, Analysis and Reporting 2
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Customer analytics 3
Cyber Security Analytics 3
Energy analytics 3
Healthcare analytics 3
HR Analytics 3
IoT analytics 3

A.Y. MBA 2022-24

Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4

Semester 1

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Basics of Financial Management 2
Business Statistics 2
Data Mining 2
Data preparation and Data management 2
Principles and Practices of Management 2
Operations Research and Optimization Techniques 2
Research Methodology 2
Domain Study(Manufacturing and Logistics) 2
Mathematics Foundation 2
Integrated Disaster Management * 0
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Advance Data Mining 3
Cloud Computing 3
Machine learning 3
Text Analytics 3

Semester 2

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Advance data organization 2
Advanced Business Statistics for Decision Making 2
Data Visualization and modeling 2
Essentials of Marketing Management 2
Predictive Analytics 2
Strategic Management 2
Managerial Economics 2
Domain Study(BFSI) 2
Financial Analysis 2
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Deep learning 3
Artificial Intelligence 3
Cognitive Computing 3
Big Data Analysis 3
Marketing Analytics 3
Software analytics 3

Semester 3

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Industry Internship 10
Data Protection and Privacy 2
Design Thinking 2
Entrepreneurship 2
Human Resource Management 2
Domain Study(Retail) 2
Research Publication * 0
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Reinforcement Learning 3
Computer Vision 3
Human Computer Interaction 3
Flexi-Credit Course 3
Flexi-Credit Course 3
Fraud Detection Analysis 3
Insurance Analytics 3
Social Media and Web Analytics 3
Supply chain & operations analytics 3

Semester 4

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Corporate Governance and Ethics 2
Sustainability Standards- Applications, Analysis and Reporting 2
Capstone Project and Defence 2
Flexi-Credit Course) 2
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Customer analytics 3
Cyber Security Analytics 3
Energy analytics 3
Healthcare analytics 3
HR Analytics 3
IoT analytics 3

A.Y. MBA 2021-23

Semester 1
Semester 2
Semester 3
Semester 4

Semester 1

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Basics of Financial Management 2
Business Statistics 2
Data Mining 2
Data preparation and Data management 2
Principles and Practices of Management 2
Programming for Data Sciences 2
Research Methodology 2
Domain Study(Manufacturing and Logistics) 2
Mathematics Foundation 2
Integrated Disaster Management * 0
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Advance Data Mining 3
Cloud Computing 3
Machine learning 3
Text Analytics 3

Semester 2

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Advance data organization 2
Advanced Business Statistics for Decision Making 2
Data Visualization and modeling 2
Essentials of Marketing Management 2
Predictive Analytics 2
Strategic Management 2
Managerial Economics 2
Domain Study(BFSI) 2
Financial Analysis 2
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Deep learning 3
Artificial Intelligence 3
Cognitive Computing 3
Big Data Analysis 3
Marketing Analytics 3
Software analytics 3

Semester 3

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Industry Internship 10
Data Protection and Privacy 2
Design Thinking 2
Entrepreneurship 2
Human Resource Management 2
Domain Study(Retail) 2
Research Publication * 0
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Reinforcement Learning 3
Computer Vision 3
Human Computer Interaction 3
Flexi-Credit Course 3
Flexi-Credit Course 3
Fraud Detection Analysis 3
Insurance Analytics 3
Social Media and Web Analytics 3
Supply chain & operations analytics 3

Semester 4

Generic Core Courses
Course Title Credits
Corporate Governance and Ethics 2
Sustainability Standards- Applications, Analysis and Reporting 2
Capstone Project and Defence 2
Flexi-Credit Course) 2
Generic Elective Courses Group ( 3 Courses to be selected )
Course Title Credits
Customer analytics 3
Cyber Security Analytics 3
Energy analytics 3
Healthcare analytics 3
HR Analytics 3
IoT analytics 3

Intake

Total Seats: 60
Reservation SC: 15%, ST : 7.5%, Differently Abled : 3%
Over and Above Total Intake 2 seats for children of migrants from Jammu and Kashmir valley
15% seats for International Students

Eligibility

  • Graduate from any recognized University/ Institution of National Importance with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade (45% marks or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes).
  • Should have Mathematics or Applied Mathematics as a subject compulsory in 12th Standard.
  • KM – Attested copy of Migration cert. duly signed by Relief Commissioner / Competent Authority.
  • DA – Candidate claiming reservation under this category shall submit the certificate from Competent Authority which should clearly state that the extent of the disability is not less than 40 % & disability is permanent in nature.

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

Fee Structure

Installments for Master of Business Administration (Indian Students) (2023-2024) 1st Year (Amount in Rs) 2nd Year (Amount in Rs)
1st Installment 2nd Installment 3st Installment 4nd Installment
Academic Fees (Per Annum) 346,500 346,500 346,500 346,500
Institute Deposit (Refundable) 20,000 - - -
Hostel Deposit (Refundable) 15,000 - - -
Hostel Fees (Per Annum) 42,250 42,250 ** -
Mess Fees (Per Annum) 43,000 43,000 ** -
Installments 4,66,750 4,31,750
Last Date of Payment At the time of admission 25-Nov-2023 25-Jun-2024 25-Nov-2024

* Hostel and Mess Fess can be increased up to 10% each year. Government taxes would be additional as and when applicable.

** Hostel and Mess fees for the subsequent year would be communicated before commencement of the next academic year.

Fees 1st Year (Academic Year 2022-2023) Rupees 849,600 Total Fees (Rs.)
1st InstallmentAt the time of Admission (Rs.) 2nd Installment 25-Nov-2022 (Rs.)
Academic Fees * 330,000 330,000 660,000
Mess Fees 39,000 39,000 78,000
Institute Deposit * 20,000 0 20,000
Hostel Deposit 15,000 0 15,000
Hostel Fees – Sharing* 38,300 38,300 76,600
Total Amount 442,300 407,300 849,600

* Hostel and Mess Fess can be increased up to 10% each year. Government taxes would be additional as and when applicable.

** Hostel and Mess fees for the subsequent year would be communicated before commencement of the next academic year.

Payment

Fees are to be paid twice, at the time of Admission and November after the admission. The fees may be revised marginally for the next year according to costs & expenses involving inflation and additional academic and other facilities etc.

Mode of Payment

Any payment should be made through a crossed demand draft in favour of "Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology" and payable at Pune
OR
By Net banking using RTGS mode of payment :

Important Note :

After making payment you have to update payment details before last date of payment in the SIU Finance Portal immediately. ( http://siufinance.ishinfo.com/StudentAdmission )

CASH PAYMENT IS NOT ACCEPTED

Admission Calendar

SNAP and Programme Registration Begins August 04, 2022 (Thursday)
Last date to apply for SNAP November 24,2022 (Thursday)
Last date to pay for SNAP November 24,2022 (Thursday)
SNAP Test December 10, 2022 (Saturday) : 02.00 PM to 03.00 PM
December 18, 2022 (Sunday) : 02.00 PM to 03.00 PM
December 23, 2022 (Friday) : 02.00 PM to 03.00 PM
SNAP Result January 10, 2023 (Tuesday)
Last date of Online registration For Institute December 22, 2022 (Thursday) 23:59 hrs
Last Date of payment of Registration fees For Institute December 22, 2022 (Thursday) 23:59 hrs
Announcement of Shortlist for Group Exercise and Personal Interaction January 20, 2023 (Friday)
Group Exercise, Personal Interaction & WAT Between February 2 to 5, 2023 and February 9 to 12, 2023
Announcement of First Merit list February 28, 2023 (Tuesday)
Last date for payment of fees for candidates in the First Merit List March 20, 2023 (Monday)
Programme Commencement June 5th, 2023 (Monday)
Hostel Registration June 03 & 04, 2023

DISCLAIMER: These dates are tentative and are subject to change.
Follow this link for updates

Rules for Refund of Fees

Admission Cancellation and Refund Rules

  1. Please note that your application for refund of fees will be considered after your payment towards first installment is authenticated by the institute and your provisional admission is confirmed.
  2. Click on Apply for Cancellation of Admission tab in the http://siufinance.ishinfo.com/StudentAdmission.
  3. Ensure that Bank details are correctly entered and click on "Submit".
  4. On submitting the cancellation form,OTP will be sent to your registered Mobile number and Email Id. Provide the OTP in the corresponding OTP text and click on "Confirm" button. Once you click on "Confirm" button, your application of cancellation will be submitted to the Institute.
  5. In case of any change in the registered Mobile number or Email ID, please contact Institute before submitting the form. Please note that unless the OTP is submitted and confirmation is done, your application for cancellation will not be submitted.
  6. Fees will be refunded Online as per the bank details entered, within 15 days from the submission of your application.
  7. Amount of fees refunded will be as per Rules.

Instruction Rules for remittance and Refund of fees
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HDFC CREDILA

Education Loan

Canara Bank

Nationalized and private banks have facilities that approve and provide educational loans for pursuing MBA (CS & DA) programmes at SCIT.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE A.Y. 2021-22 click here

Admission Procedure
Admission Confirmation
Guidelines & Rules

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 2022, which is a common written test for the admission to all Symbiosis postgraduate institutes.

The applicant must register and pay online for SNAP (Symbiosis National Aptitude Test) Examination, 2022. SNAP 2022 test fee is INR 1950/-. This is not refundable. For more details please visit: https://www.snaptest.org/

While registering for SNAP, applicant has to also apply for SCIT in the same application form. A registration fee of Rs. 1000/- is to be paid to SCIT for each programme that the aspirant wishes to apply. This is mandatory, without which the applicant will not be considered for short-listing for the GE (Group Exercise) PI-WAT (Personal Interview and Writing Ability Test) process for the respective programme(s).

Preserve the Admit Card of SNAP Test 2022 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

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. Shortlisted candidates Must fill the Application Form and book the slot for GE-PIWAT. 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 Exercise 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, eligible 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

  • Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT) / Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU) will announce the selection results for admission at Pune and also on institute’s website www.scit.edu as per the schedule in the admission calendar. Those who are offered admissions, must confirm their admission by paying the first instalment fees by the due date given, otherwise the seat will be made open for the next rank.
  • At the time of joining SCIT, they must submit the following documents:-

(A) PRIMARY DOCUMENTS

  • Two stamp size colour photographs.
  • Self-attested copies marks sheets/passing certificate of class 12th.
  • Self-attested copies of certificate of passing of the qualifying examination and statement of marks from college/institution/university. Candidates whose results are not declared, they should submit a certificate from concerned college/institution/university of having appeared in the qualifying examination, whose results have not been declared till the date of admission. (The final marks sheets/pass certificate shall be submitted by such candidates on or before 31st September 2021, in order to eligible for admission in Symbiosis International (Deemed University).
  • Requisite Caste/Category certificates issued by competent authority of respective state/central governments, in case students belongs to the category of Scheduled Castes (SC), Scheduled Tribes (ST), Differently Abled (DA), Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) Migrants or Dependents of Defence Personnel. (In case of Differently Abled candidates, the minimum disability should be 40%, in order to be eligible under this category).If the Caste / Category Certificate is in Vernacular language, English translated & notarized copy also be submitted.
  • Self-attested copy of certificate for change of name or Gazette, if applicable.
  • Candidates who have completed last qualifying examination from any University other than SIU they shall submit Original Migration Certificate in June 2021. Those who have appeared for last semester of qualifying examination shall have to submit Original Migration certificate on or before 31st December 2020.
  • Candidates who have completed /appeared in last qualifying examination from any Constituent Institution/Department of SIU shall submit Original Transfer Certificate. They are not required to submit Migration Certificate.
  • Equivalence certificate (in case, candidate completed qualifying examination from a Foreign University/Board) issued by Association of Indian Universities/ Statutory Councils (whichever is applicable).
  • Self-attested experience certificate/gap certificate, if applicable
  • Self-attested certificate of registration issued by respective council (e.g. Medical Council, Dental Council, Nursing Council etc.), if applicable

(B) SECONDARY DOCUMENTS

  • Application for Provisional Admission.
  • Medical Undertaking.
  • Indemnification Undertaking by the Student.
  • Indemnification Undertaking by the Parent.
  • Anti-Ragging Affidavit by the Student.
  • Anti-Ragging Affidavit by the Parent.
  • Following documents as Photo Identity Proof:-
    • Self-attested copy of Driving License/ Aadhar Card/ PAN Card/ Passport or any other such document as proof of Identity issued by the Government Authority.
    • Duly Stamped / signed SNAP Admit card, GEPIWAT Admit card

Secondary documents are available on the Finance Portal and duly signed, original documents should be submitted in the institute.

All admissions are provisional and students need to apply for getting final eligibility certificate from the Symbiosis International (Deemed University).

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 and Email ID 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 Director, SCIT, his/her admission will stand cancelled.
  • In the event , SCIT will automatically assume that the candidate 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.
  • Candidate should complete Hostel Registration prior to the opening session.

Guidelines & 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
    • SIDU Rules
      All Exam Rules & guidelines announced by SIDU 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 SIDU 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.
    • SIDU 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.

    SIDU 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 Deemed University (SIDU) 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.

FAQs

In which format will SNAP score be declared?

SNAP Score will be declared as a percentile to all candidates.

On what basis will the applicant be called for GE-PIWAT?

Applicants will be called for GE-PIWAT purely based on SNAP percentile scores.

What is the pattern of the written test for admission?

Written ability test will be based on current trends and latest news.

What is the format of the SNAP Test?

The SNAP test is similar to any other postgraduate management entrance test. The test is of an objective type. For further details, please refer to www.snaptest.org

Whom do I contact for SNAP Test details?

For more details on SNAP please contact Symbiosis Test Secretariat Phone: 020-28116226 / 27 Telefax: 020-28116228 Email: info@snaptest.org Web site: www.snaptest.org

How the final merit score is calculated for admission into MBA (DS&DA) programme?

Please refer Admission Procedure on Admission Guidelines tab on the link www.scit.edu/mba-in-data-sciences-and-data-analytics to find how final merit score for MBA (DS&DA) is calculated..

Will SNAP be based only on Aptitude Test and General Knowledge?

SNAP Question Paper will have questions pertaining to diverse areas like Commerce, IT, Media, Science, Management, Aptitude, General Knowledge etc. for exact details visit www.snaptest.org.

What was the SNAP 2018 cut off for SCIT?

Many students aspire to get into SCIT and there are thousands of aspirants who apply to SCIT. So as to fulfill their dream and only a few selected get the opportunity to join SCIT to pursue MBA (DS&DA) programme. In 2019, SNAP-2018 cut off scores for MBA (DS&DA) is 46.5 percentile.

How do I get an admission in SCIT?

You need to give SNAP test first and apply on-line to register for admission to SCIT. If you get the required cut off score, you would then be called for the GE-PIWAT Process. Please refer to admissions pages of the website.

How many General seats are there for MBA (DS&DA)?

Out of 60 seats for MBA (DS&DA) 44 seats are for general category.

Are there any reservation seats for students in SCIT?

There are reservations for students at SCIT Reservation :SC : 15%, ST : 7.5%, Differently Abled : 3% Over and Above Total Intake children of migrants from Jammu and Kashmir valley, 15% seats for International Students.

Is the institute’s MBA Programme recognized by UGC or by AICTE?

SCIT is a constituent of Symbiosis International Deemed University established under section 3 of University Grants Commission Act, 1956 vide notification No. F.9- 12/2001-U.3 of the Government of India. and notification No. SIDU/28/131 dated 18th Dec 2006. The programmes offered by SCIT are therefore in compliance with UGC norms.

Is the institute NAAC accredited?

Symbiosis International (Deemed University) of which SCIT is a Constituent has been awarded Grade ‘A Plus’ by NAAC in 2009 & in 2014.

What are the eligibility criteria for the MBA-DS&DA programme?

Graduates with minimum 50% marks from any recognized university are eligible to admission in SCIT's MBA-DS&DA programme. Candidates are required to be conversant in IT. Candidates should have studied Mathematics subject compulsorily in Class 12th. For more information on eligibility, please refer to eligibility details in admissions.

In MBA (DS&DA) will there be general MBA subjects or only domain specific subjects?

MBA (DS&DA) aims at preparing the students for business and techno-functional role therefore a blend of general and domain specific subjects is important. In MBA (DS&DA) subjects like Financial Management, Essentials of Marketing Management, Principles and practices of Management, Managerial Economics, Strategic Human Resource management and Corporate Governance and Ethics are also included in the curriculum.

What is the difference between the SCIT’s MBA programmes and MCA?

  • SCIT’s MBA programs and MCA are different.
  • SCIT MBA in Data Sciences and Data Analytics (DS&DA) is also a 2-year residential Post Graduate Degree Programme which aims at developing Management Professionals with a combination of Business and Techno functional roles in Data Sciences and Analytics Projects. This programme builds Management Skills and reinforce with Techno-analytical skills in Data Management domain. This programme will enable students to gain in depth knowledge of niche areas in data sciences and data analytics.
  • MCA is a 3-year Computer Applications course which is offered by some Universities.
  • For further details on this, please contact us at: admission@scit.edu

What is the difference between the data science specialization and MBA (DS&DA)

MBA (ITBM) and MBA(DS&DA) are both two year full time residential courses. SNAP test is a mandate to take admission for both the courses. In MBA (ITBM) you get to choose your specialisations among any of the five choices i.e Information security management, systems, Software solutions management, IT infrastructure management, Data science. In Data Science elective we cover various subjects which include Multivariate Data Analysis, Data Management, Predictive analysis, data mining, social media analysis and a lot more, on higher level along with core management subjects. In MBA (DS&DA) students will gain analytics competencies and use hands on tools in data sciences thereby preparing them for business and techno-functional roles in data sciences and analytics projects. Core Subjects covered will include Data preparation and Data management, Network Security, Data Mining, Programming for Data Sciences, Domain Study (Manufacturing & Logistics), Strategic Management, Predictive Analytics, Advance data organization, Operation Research, Advance Statistics and a lot more. The electives will include Big data Analytics, Marketing Analytics, Advance R programming and more, focusing on in-depth knowledge and understanding of Data Science.

Is it necessary to have a technical background to opt for MBA (DS&DA)?

No, graduate from any faculty can opt for MBA(DS&DA) as long as he has taken Mathematics in 12th Standard.

Why is mathematics compulsory in 12th standard for MBA(DS&DA)

To learn Data Analytics, students need to be familiar with Statistics and Algebra as they form the basics of this course.

Do all students get hostel facilities?

MBA is a residential 2-year postgraduate programme. Students get to stay in Infotech Campus at Infotech Park, Phase-1, Hinjewadi, Pune, which houses a Swimming Pool, Cafeteria, Mess, Gymnasium, Health Centre, General Store and beautifully landscaped lawns. The SCIT campus provides a highly conducive and stimulating environment to all its students.

Is there any transport facility provided?

Since this is a residential programme, care is taken to provide all amenities and facilities on campus. Besides this, there are shuttle services from the campus to the city at regular intervals that carry students to and fro from early morning till late in the night. PMPML buses are also there from Infosys circle to the city

Is there any specialization offered by SCIT in its MBA-DS&DA Programme?

No. There is no separate specialization in MBA-DS&DA. Students are offered with flexible electives in each semester pertaining to Data Sciences and Data Analytics in different Sectors. Students will get hands on experience in different tools like Python, Hadoop, R, Tableau, IBM Watson and many more as part of the curriculum.

Whether any certifications will be covered in MBA (DS&DA) degree?

No certification is conducted separately, but students will learn tools such as Python, Hadoop, R, Tableau, IBM Watson etc. and will get hands on experience and projects as part of MBA (DS&DA) programme.

How can I select a specialization?

Go through courses offered in an elective/specialization course category. On joining the programme, SCIT will provide more information on courses and counseling sessions would take place. If you already know your choice you could start taking courses in the elective category of your choice from the first semester itself.

What is a core course?

A core course is a mandatory course for all irrespective of the specializations. You cannot choose from among them.

What is an elective course?

You can choose from the available elective course options.

How many credits/courses can I take in a semester?

Total number of credits required for MBA is 100 credits. On an average 20 to 25 credits could be taken in one semester. Industry internship carries 10 credits which are mandatory.

What is a credit point?

Credit points determine the importance of a course in the scheme of the overall degree programme depending on its importance, complexity and depth. Total number of credits for MBA is 100. A credit point also defines the number of contact hours and the maximum number of marks assigned to a course. e.g. 1 credit course means 15 clock hours of contact sessions and 50 marks of evaluation. Similarly, 2 credits course means 30 clock hours of contact sessions and 100 marks of evaluation.

What is the fee structure ?

Please see the details of the fee structure on the admission pages of the website,www.scit.edu

Will the jobs offered after MBA (DS&DA) be in the IT domain only

The jobs offered won’t be restricted to the IT domain, you will find opportunities in BFSI, Manufacturing, Retail and Healthcare sectors too.

What are the job prospects available after MBA(DS&DA)?

A variety of roles are offered for MBA(DS&DA) students including Data scientist, Data Architect, DS Consultant, Big Data Analysis, Business Development, Business Analytics, Market Analyst, Social Network and Sentiment Analysis, Consumer Behavior Health Sciences, Behavioral Analytics, Business Process Analysis.

What are the career prospects of MBA (DS&DA)

Data analytics is being used not just in IT domains but other domains such as BFSI, Retail, Manufacturing and Healthcare. Due to increase in demand for skill data analysts and Data scientists many companies are looking for candidates trained in this field.

Does the institute provide placement and internships to students?

SCIT's placement record so far has been Exemplary. Our First batch of DSDA -2017-19 was placed 100%. Even during internship, our students have delivered well in revenue earning projects. Our recruiters include giants like VMware, Gartner, CITIUS Tech, Exponentia, American Express, Infosys, Gartner, SIPL and many more.

Whom do I contact for MBA (DS & DA) Admission details?

Contact No. : 020 - 22944140 / 130 
Mobile : 9822651756
E-mail : MBA (DS & DA)-admission@scit.edu
Site : www.scit.edu/mba(DS&DA).php
Address : Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology (SCIT)
Plot 15, Phase-I,
Rajiv Gandhi InfoTech Park,
Hinjewadi,
Pune - 411057
Maharashtra
India.