Eligibility

Candidate should be a Graduate from any recognized University/ Institution of National Importance with a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade (45% or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes).

Candidates appearing for final year examinations can also apply, but their admission will be subject to obtaining a minimum of 50% marks or equivalent grade (45% or equivalent grade for Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribes).

A candidate who has completed qualifying qualification from any Foreign University must obtain an equivalence certificate from Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

Sanctioned Intake : 180

Reservations

* For Nagpur Domicile Candidates: 45 seats ( 25 % )
For Others : 135 seats ( 75 % )


Within the above Intake:

Scheduled Caste: 15%
Scheduled Tribe: 7.5%
Differently Abled: 3%


Over & Above Sanctioned Intake:

Jammu and Kashmir Migrants: 2 Seats Per Programme
International Students: 15% (Including PIO and NRI)


Reservation of seats and fee concession for candidates domiciled in Nagpur:


A. Reservation for candidates domiciled in Nagpur: 25% (Twenty-five percent) seats are reserved for candidates domiciled in Nagpur.

Meaning of ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ Candidates for admission to PG and UG programmes:


PG programmes: ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ means persons, who are domiciled in Nagpur for a period of 5 (five) years as on the date of commencement of the academic year, and who have graduated from or are appearing for the qualifying examination of Nagpur University before admission to the programme.

Candidates applying under Nagpur quota will have to provide the domicile certificate provided by the Competent Authority and also the mark sheet of the last qualifying examination from Nagpur University to fulfill the eligibility norms. If at any time during the admissions process this information is proved to be incorrect, their admission shall stand liable to be cancelled irrespective of the stage the admission is in .

UG programmes: ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ means persons, who are domiciled in Nagpur for a period of 5 (five) years as on the date of commencement of the academic year, and who have passed or will be appearing for the qualifying examination of Class XII (or equivalent examination) conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations or the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)/ ICSE Board before admission to the programme.


This reservation for all programmes is qualified as follows:

  • Provided that these students should be selected on merit on the basis of the common entrance examination conducted by Symbiosis International (Deemed University) or any other competent authority in respect of the programmes offered by the university; and/or other components of the selection process as may be specified by the University.
  • Provided further that a reservation of 15% seats for SC, 7.5% seats for ST and 3% seats for differently abled candidates from Nagpur Domicile candidates will be provided within the 25% seats reserved for Nagpur Domiciled candidates.

In the event that any of the Nagpur Domicile Seats reserved pursuant to this sub- clause (ii) remain vacant such vacant seats shall be filled in the following manner:

  1. SC Seats:
    1. If the seats reserved for SC category of the ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates remain vacant after exhausting wait list of SC category of the ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates, such vacant seats shall be offered to SC category of Non- Nagpur Domiciled candidates in the wait list.
    2. If such seats still remain vacant, they shall be offered to the Open Category of the candidates who are ‘Nagpur Domiciled’
    3. If such seats even then remain vacant, they shall finally be offered to the Open Category of the candidates who are ‘Non- Nagpur Domiciled’
  2. ST Seats:
    1. If the seats reserved for ST category of the ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates remain vacant after exhausting wait list of ST category of the ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates, such vacant seats shall be offered to ST category of Non- Nagpur Domiciled candidates in the wait list.
    2. If such seats still remain vacant, they shall be offered to the Open Category of the candidates who are ‘Nagpur Domiciled’
    3. If such seats even then remain vacant, they shall finally be offered to the Open Category of the candidates who are ‘Non- Nagpur Domiciled’
  3. Differently Abled Seats:
    1. If the seats reserved for Differently-abled category of the ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates remain vacant after exhausting wait list of Differently-abled category of the ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates, such vacant seats shall be offered to the Differently- abled category of Non- Nagpur Domiciled candidates in the wait list.
    2. If such seats still remain vacant, they shall be offered to the Open Category of the candidates who are ‘Nagpur Domiciled’
    3. If such seats even then remain vacant, they shall finally be offered to the Open Category of the candidates who are ‘Non- Nagpur Domiciled’

B. Fee Concession:
SIU will provide a concession of 15% (Fifteen percent) on the Academic fees payable by the candidates referred to in paragraph A above. However, when the seats reserved for ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates remain vacant; and are offered to ‘Non-Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates, such candidates shall NOT be entitled to the fee concession, being offered to the ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates.


Definition of ‘Fees’ for the purpose of calculating the fee concession for ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidates


As per the Lease agreement with Nagpur Municipal Corporation, ‘Fee’ means the gross fees for admission, examinations, tuition and such other matters that may be levied on and payable by a user of the Project (student) from time to time in accordance with applicable law and the norms laid down by the University Grants Commission, and shall exclude payments which are in the nature of fines and penalties, and/or which are due in respect of accommodation, mess/catering, caution money (if refundable), entrance tests or application forms.


Documents to be submitted by candidates applying through Nagpur category :

  1. All aspirants must furnish the 'Nagpur Domicile Certificate' showing that the candidate has lived in Nagpur for five years as on the date of commencement of the Programme. This certificate will be issued by the Revenue Department of Government of Maharashtra.
  2. In addition to this they will have to furnish one of the two given below: For those who have passed the qualifying examination: the Passing Certificate of Class XII of Maharashtra State Board or equivalent from a school from Nagpur / Degree from any Institute / University in Nagpur. They should have scored 50% or above in the qualifying examination or as specified by the Council (if any).
  3. For those who are appearing for the qualifying examination, a bonafide certificate from the college/school may be provided.