A computer-based test called SNAP is used to evaluate a candidate’s general aptitude. The exam will be three days long starting in 2020, and candidates may take part in all three sessions. SNAP primarily focuses on speed and only includes questions that ask about fundamental ideas. In August, the official SNAP announcement is made.
SNAP Eligibility : General Requirements
- You must have graduated with a minimum of 50% marks (45% for SC/ST) from any recognized/statutory university or institution of national importance.
- Students in their final year may also apply for SNAP.
- You must obtain an equivalence certificate from the AIU (Association of Indian Universities) if you are a foreign national who earned your degrees from a foreign university. Before applying for admission to any SIU program, a candidate must have all of their foreign degrees and credentials verified by AIU. For foreign degrees and qualifications, equivalence certificates are issued by the Association of Indian Universities’ (AIU) Evaluation Division. Visit the official website at aiu.ac.in for more details.
- Some institutions have additional requirements for their MBA programs in addition to the fundamental standards. For instance, you must be an engineering graduate to apply for the MBA (Infrastructure Management) at SCMHRD or the MBA (Operations Management) at SIOM Nashik. In a similar vein, in order to be eligible for an MBA at SCIT, you must have studied mathematics through your 12th grade year.
- There are no age restrictions for appearing in SNAP.