SNAP Exam, SNAP EXAM eligibility

What is the SNAP eligibility criteria ? Is there any criteria for age?

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  • ELIGIBILITY- There are certain rules and regulations that have been set aside as the eligibility criteria for taking these exams.
    A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline from a recognized college/university with at least 50 percent aggregate marks.
    Scheduled caste/scheduled tribe category candidates should secure a minimum of 45 percent in their graduation from any recognized institute across disciplines.
    Candidates who have obtained foreign degrees/qualifications should it verified from AIU before applying for admission to any program under Symbiosis University.
    The final year graduation students are also eligible to apply for SNAP exam. However, they must complete their bachelor's degree with the requisite aggregate percentage or equivalent CGPA during admission.

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  • SNAP 2019 Eligibility

    Nationality: Overseas Citizen of India (OCI), Person of Indian Origin (PIO), Non-Resident Indian (NRI) and Foreign National (FN), candidates can also apply.

    Qualification: Students should have cleared graduation degree from any recognized university or institution.

    Aggregate: Candidates must have secured minimum 50% marks (for general candidates) and 45% (for SC/ST candidates).

    Foreign Qualification: Candidates who have completed their qualifying degree from any foreign university or institution must obtain the equivalent certificate from the AIU (Association of Indian Universities).

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