Reservation Policy


WITHIN SANCTIONED INTAKE

  1. Scheduled Castes Candidates: (15% of seats within the sanctioned intake) 
  2. The University has provided for reservation to the extent of 15 % for all its academic programmes to Scheduled Castes Candidates, as defined under Article 341 of the Constitution.

  3. Scheduled Tribes Candidates: (7.5% of seats within the sanctioned intake)
  4. The University has provided for reservation to the extent of 7.5 % for all its academic programmes to Scheduled Tribes Candidates, as defined under Article 342 of the Constitution.

  5. Domiciled: (25% of seats within the sanctioned intake- Only in case of Constituents at Off-Campus center, Nagpur )

  6. In accordance with Clause A of Schedule C of the Lease Deed signed between Nagpur Municipal Corporation, Nagpur and Symbiosis, Pune on 4th September, 2017, the University has reserved 25% seats against the approved intake in each programme offered at the Off-campus Centre of the University at Nagpur for Nagpur Domiciled candidates.

    The definition for Nagpur Domicile is:

    The meaning of ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidate, for admission to the above-mentioned Institute only, is a person, who is domiciled in Nagpur for a period of five years as on the date of commencement of the academic year, and who has graduated from or is appearing for the qualifying examination of Nagpur University before admission to the programme. For more information visit Institute website (www.sibmnagpur.edu.in).

  7. SUPERNUMERARY QUOTA (Over and above the sanctioned intake)

    In addition to the above reservations, the University also admits candidates under Supernumerary Quota, as follows: -

    1. Kashmiri Migrants and Kashmiri Pandits/ Kashmiri Hindu Families (Non-Migrants) living in Kashmir valley: 02 (two) seats per programme.
    2. International candidates: 20% of the approved sanctioned intake [International candidates includes viz. Foreign National (FN), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) & Non-Resident Indian (NRI)].

    The percentage of reservations and the existence of the categories in the reservations are subjected to vary from time to time. 

    A candidate applying under any of the reserved category (Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes / Differently Abled / Kashmiri Migrants & Kashmiri Pandits / Kashmiri Hindu Families (Non- Migrants) living in Kashmiri Valley) 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 will always be subject to verification and authentication of such relevant document. 

    In case a candidate falls under more than one of the above categories (eg. 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 SNAP registration form. The category selected by the candidate at the time of filling the registration form will be considered to be her/his category for the entire admission process and her/his benefits and entitlements shall be according to such selected category. S/he will not be able to claim benefit under the other category/ies at any stage of admission on any account whatsoever.

    A candidate belonging to any reserved category should note the eligibility requirements carefully before applying. While it is the endeavour of SIU that a candidate belonging to SC/ST/DA category joins a programme as per the SIU norms, s/he has to meet the minimum eligibility criteria. A certain minimum level of performance in SNAP test is required to be considered for the subsequent admission process.

    Please also note that if any information provided by the candidate in respect of her/his category is found to be incorrect, the University shall have right to cancel the candidature of the candidate at any stage of the admission process. Instances of any incorrect information or process violation detected at any stage of the selection process will lead to immediate disqualification of the candidate from the selection process and he/she will not be allowed to appear for SNAP in the future. If such instances go undetected during the current selection process but are detected in subsequent years, such disqualification will take place with retrospective effect.

[A] WITHIN SANCTIONED INTAKE

  1. Scheduled Castes Candidates: (15% of seats within the sanctioned intake) 
  2. The University has provided for reservation to the extent of 15 % for all its academic programmes to Scheduled Castes Candidates, as defined under Article 341 of the Constitution.

  3. Scheduled Tribes Candidates: (7.5% of seats within the sanctioned intake)
  4. The University has provided for reservation to the extent of 7.5 % for all its academic programmes to Scheduled Tribes Candidates, as defined under Article 342 of the Constitution.

  5. Domiciled: (25% of seats within the sanctioned intake- Only in case of Constituents at Off-Campus center, Nagpur )

  6. In accordance with Clause A of Schedule C of the Lease Deed signed between Nagpur Municipal Corporation, Nagpur and Symbiosis, Pune on 4th September, 2017, the University has reserved 25% seats against the approved intake in each programme offered at the Off-campus Centre of the University at Nagpur for Nagpur Domiciled candidates.

    The definition for Nagpur Domicile is:

    The meaning of ‘Nagpur Domiciled’ candidate, for admission to the above-mentioned Institute only, is a person, who is domiciled in Nagpur for a period of five years as on the date of commencement of the academic year, and who has graduated from or is appearing for the qualifying examination of Nagpur University before admission to the programme. For more information visit Institute website (www.sibmnagpur.edu.in).

  7. SUPERNUMERARY QUOTA (Over and above the sanctioned intake)

    In addition to the above reservations, the University also admits candidates under Supernumerary Quota, as follows: -

    1. Kashmiri Migrants and Kashmiri Pandits/ Kashmiri Hindu Families (Non-Migrants) living in Kashmir valley: 02 (two) seats per programme.
    2. International candidates: 20% of the approved sanctioned intake [International candidates includes viz. Foreign National (FN), Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) & Non-Resident Indian (NRI)].

    The percentage of reservations and the existence of the categories in the reservations are subjected to vary from time to time. 

    A candidate applying under any of the reserved category (Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribes / Differently Abled / Kashmiri Migrants & Kashmiri Pandits / Kashmiri Hindu Families (Non- Migrants) living in Kashmiri Valley) 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 will always be subject to verification and authentication of such relevant document. 

    In case a candidate falls under more than one of the above categories (eg. 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 SNAP registration form. The category selected by the candidate at the time of filling the registration form will be considered to be her/his category for the entire admission process and her/his benefits and entitlements shall be according to such selected category. S/he will not be able to claim benefit under the other category/ies at any stage of admission on any account whatsoever.

    A candidate belonging to any reserved category should note the eligibility requirements carefully before applying. While it is the endeavour of SIU that a candidate belonging to SC/ST/DA category joins a programme as per the SIU norms, s/he has to meet the minimum eligibility criteria. A certain minimum level of performance in SNAP test is required to be considered for the subsequent admission process.

    Please also note that if any information provided by the candidate in respect of her/his category is found to be incorrect, the University shall have right to cancel the candidature of the candidate at any stage of the admission process. Instances of any incorrect information or process violation detected at any stage of the selection process will lead to immediate disqualification of the candidate from the selection process and he/she will not be allowed to appear for SNAP in the future. If such instances go undetected during the current selection process but are detected in subsequent years, such disqualification will take place with retrospective effect.