ENTRANCE TEST 2019 (SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE)

Candidates aspiring to join B.A LL.B./B.B.A LL.B/B.Des./B.B.A/BCA/BBA (IT)/B.A.(M.C)/B.Sc (Economics) Hons./ B.A. (Liberal Arts)/B.Sc (Liberal Arts)/B.Sc (Culinary Arts)/B.Tech programmes offered by institutes of Symbiosis International (Deemed University) have to appear for the common, mandatory Computer Based Test(s) (CBT). Since 2018, SET - Law test is known as Symbiosis Law Admission Test (SLAT), SET - Design test, as Symbiosis Entrance Exam for Design (SEED), SET - Engineering as SIT Engineering Entrance Exam (SITEEE) and SET - General as SET. These are conducted in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode across various cities of India.

A candidate needs to register for SET/SLAT/SEED/SITEEE 2019 & also register for the institutes offering his/ her choice of programmes by paying separate programmes registration fees. If shortlisted, he/she would then need to attend the further admission process conducted by each of these institutes individually.

Aspirants can now complete the Online SET/SLAT/SEED/SITEE 2019 as well as programme registrations in the same portal (set-test.org)

The structure of the Bulletin is as follows:

Section 1: SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE 2019 Registration

Section 2: Entrance Test 2019 (SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE)

Section 3: Shortlisting and Selection Process

Section 4: Merit List Declaration and Admission

Section 1: SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE 2019 Registration

  • A. Registration process
  • B. Modes of payment
  • C. The Institutes and programmes for which SET/SLAT/SEED/SITEEE is mandatory
  • D. The Institutes and programmes for which SET/SLAT/SEED/SITEEE is not mandatory
  • E. The cities where SET/SLAT/SEED/SITEEE will be conducted
  • F. Procedure of programme payment.
  • G. Reservation Policy of SIU
  • H. Programme Eligibility
  • I. Process for International Candidates

Section 2: Entrance Test 2019 (SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE)

  • A. Online SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE 2019 structure
  • B. Important Instruction regarding Admit Card
  • C. Important guidelines regarding SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE 2019.

Section 3: Shortlisting and Selection Process

Section 4: Merit List Declaration and Admission

The Institutes and Programmes for which SET/SLAT/SEED/SITEEE is mandatory.

Session Entrance Test Applicable to Institute(s) Programme(s) Offered

Morning Session

SLAT

(SET-Law)

SLS: Symbiosis Law School – Pune



SLS: Symbiosis Law School- NOIDA



SLS: Symbiosis Law School- Hyderabad

B.A.LL.B (Hons.)

B.B.A.LLB (Hons.)


B.A.LL.B

B.B.A.LLB


B.A.LL.B

B.B.A.LLB

SEED

(SET-Design)

SID: Symbiosis Institute of Design

B.Des.

Communication Design,

Product Design,

Fashion Communication and

Fashion Design.

Afternoon Session

SET

(SET-General)

SICSR: Symbiosis Institute of Computer Studies & Research

B.C.A.

B.B.A. (Information Technology)

SCMS – P: Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies- Pune

SCMS – N: Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies- Noida


B.B.A

SCMC: Symbiosis Centre for Media & Communication

B.A. (Mass Communication)

SSE: Symbiosis School of Economics

B.Sc. (Economics) Hons.

SSLA : Symbiosis School for Liberal Arts

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) –Liberal Arts

Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)- Liberal Arts

SSCA : Symbiosis School of Culinary Arts

B.Sc. (Culinary Arts)

SITEEE
(SET-Engineering)

SIT: Symbiosis Institute of Technology

B.Tech

Computer Science,

Electronics and Telecommunications

Information Technology

Mechanical

Civil

The Institutes and Programmes for which SET / SLAT / SEED / SITEEE is not mandatory

Sr. No. Name of the Institute Name of the Programmes
1 Symbiosis Institute of Technology (SIT)* B.Tech
2 Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS) B.Sc. (Medical Technology) B.Sc. (Radio Technology)
3 Symbiosis College of Nursing (SCON) B.Sc. (Nursing)
4 Symbiosis School of Photocopy (SSP) B.A. (Visual Arts and Photography)

* The Symbiosis Institute of Technology (SIT) also admits students through JEE Mains/MHTCET conducted at the national level.

* Symbiosis School for Libral Arts (SSLA): Candidates who have a valid score of SAT may enter the details provided in the registration form under SSLA.

Note: Candidates who are applying to Symbiosis Institute of Technology (SIT), Symbiosis Institute of Health Sciences (SIHS), Symbiosis School of Nursing (SCON) and for Symbiosis School of Photography (SSP) should visit their respective institute website for further details.

Reservation Policy of SIU

Reservation Policy

As per the UGC guideline 2006, the reservation policy for all the institutes under the University is as follows:

a. Within Sanctioned Intake

  • Scheduled Caste (SC): 15%
  • Scheduled Tribes (ST): 7.5%
  • Differently Abled # : 3%
  • Children/wards of Defence Personnel* : 5 % for SLS-PUNE, SICSR

b. Over &Above Intake

  • Kashmiri Migrants : 2 seats per programme
  • International Candidates : 15%

*The definition for Children / Wards of Defence Personnel is:The term Defence Personnel would mean only those serving / retired Defence personnel from Army, Navy, Air Force. Retired defence personnel are those who fall in the category of ex-servicemen as laid down in Ministry of Defence letter no 36035/5/85- Estt (SCT) dated 14 April 1987. It includes children of defence personnel who died while in service or after retirement.

Note:

  • Candidate applying for the above mentioned categories will be required to submit the supporting documents at the time of PI-WAT/ST-PI.
  • Candidates applying for Children/wards of Defence Personnel other than above mentioned two institutes (SLS-Pune and SICSR) will be considered as candidates in OPEN Category.

# Differently Abled (DA) candidate means a candidate having any of the disabilities in accordance with the Persons with Disabilities Act – 1995 and as per revised Gazette of India Registered no: DL – (N)04/0007/2003-16 dated December 28, 2016.The candidate will have to get the disability authenticated from Symbiosis Centre of Health Care (SCHC). The admission may be considered as regularized only after due authentication by SCHC.

A candidate applying under any of the reserved category (Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes/ Differently Abled/ Kashmiri Migrants/ Children/wards of Defence Personnel) are mandatorily required to submit relevant document issued by competent authority. Any participation at any stage of admission process by such candidate is purely provisional and always subject have the right to verification and authentication of such relevant document.

In case a candidate falls under more than one of the above categories (e.g. Scheduled Caste as well as Differently Abled or any other combination), he would need to select any one Category (i.e. Either Scheduled Caste OR Differently Abled in the case of example mentioned above) at the time of filling up the registration form. The category selected by the candidate at the time of filling the registration form will be considered to be his category for the entire admission process and his benefits and entitlements shall be according to such selected category. He will not be able to claim benefit under the other category/s at any stage of admission on any account whatsoever. Please also note that if any information provided by the candidate in respect of his category is found to be incorrect, the University shall have right to cancel the candidature of such candidate.

Shortlisting and Selection Process

Shortlisting for Personal Interaction and Writing Ability Test (PI-WAT) or Studio Test and Personal Interaction (ST-PI):

Candidates will be shortlisted for PI-WAT/ST-PI based on their respective Entrance Test marks. Please check the respective institute website for information and dates of PI-WAT/ST-PI.

Disclaimer: It is mandatory to attend all components / tests of PI-WAT/ST-PI to be eligible for admission to any UG programmes. Only candidates who attend all components / tests of selection process (PI-WAT/ST-PI) shall be considered as eligible for generation of merit / wait / reject list. Candidates who remain absent for any one of the component / test will be considered as ineligible for selection process of UG degree programmes of SIU.

Merit List Declaration and Admission

Merit list will be based on the following parameters:

Sr. No. Institute Entrance Entrance Test score
Scaled down to 50 marks
PI-WAT
(50 marks)
Test Applicable PI WAT Total
1 SLS – P (B.A. LL.B & B.B.A. LL.B) Hons SLAT 50 30 20 100
2 SLS-Hyd (B.A. LL.B & B.B.A. LL.B) SLAT 50 30 20 100
3 SLS-NOIDA (B.A. LL.B & B.B.A. LL.B) Hons. SLAT 50 30 20 100
4 SCMS-Pune (B.B.A.) SET 50 30 20 100
5 SCMS-NOIDA (B.B.A.) SET 50 35 15 100
6 SSE - B.Sc. (Economics)-Hons. SET 50 30 20 100
7 SSLA (B.Sc. / B.A. Liberal Arts) SET 50 30 20 100
9 SICSR (B.B.A. IT & B.C.A.) SET 50 30 20 100
10 SSCA (B.Sc. Culinary Arts) SET 50 30 20 100
Sr. No. Institute Entrance Entrance Test score scaled down to 40 marks PI-WAT (60 marks)
Test Applicable PI Studio
Test
Total
11 SID (B.Des.) SEED 40 20 40 100
Sr. No. Institute Entrance Test Entrance Test score scaled down to 30 marks PI-WAT (50 marks)
Applicable PI WAT Studio
Test
Academic
profile
Total
12 SCMC
B.A. (MC)
SET 30 30 10 10 20 100

Category-wise cut off for Merit List and Wait List will be displayed on the website of the respective institutes. Wait list movement will depend upon the vacant seats available.

Please note that this admission is provisional and will be confirmed on payment of fees on or before the due date and subject to fulfilment of eligibility conditions of the respective programme(s) and in accordance with the rules of the Symbiosis International (Deemed University).