SNAP Entrance Exam 2020 full notification

About SNAP - 2020

SNAP National Aptitude (online) Test or SNAP is conducted by Symbiosis International (Deemed) University for admission to MBA/PGDM programmes offered by its participating institutes. SNAP exam is conducted in the month of December at multiple exam centres in over 90 cities across India. SNAP 2020 will be conducted in the same month, notification for which will be released in August. In this article, you will read all about SNAP 2020 exam including dates, eligibility, registration process, exam pattern, syllabus and result.

SNAP 2020 Exam Highlights

SNAP 2020 Events

SNAP 2020 Dates

SNAP Registrations begin

Second week of August

Registrations end

Third week of November

SNAP mock test

Second week of October to first week of November

Admit cards download

First week of December

SNAP exam

Second Sunday of December

Answer key download

Third week of December

SNAP result announcement

Second week of January

Courses offered at SIU through SNAP score

Following are the courses offered at SIU institutes listed above, through admission on the basis of SNAP score:


MBA (Innovation and Entrepreneurship)

MBA Marketing

MBA Human Resources

MBA (Information Technology)

MBA (Infrastructure Development and Management)

MBA (Business Analytics)

MBA (International Business)

MBA (Agri Business)

MBA (Energy & Environment)

MBA (Telecom Management)

MBA (Communication Management)

MBA (Operations Management)

MBA (Information Technology Business Management)

MBA (Data Science and Data Analytics)

MBA (Hospital & Healthcare Management)

MBA (Banking and Finance)

MBA (Sports Sciences)

SNAP 2020 Eligibility Criteria

  • Graduates in any discipline with at least 50% marks (45% for SC/ST/PWD candidates) or equivalent from recognised university or institute can apply for SNAP 2020
  • Final year students are also eligible for the SNAP test
  • There's no age limit for SNAP test

SNAP Reservation Criteria

There is no Reservation criterai for SNAP exam other than 5% relaxation for SC/ST/PWD candidates. However, the SIU follows government approved reservation policy for admissions. Under this policy a certain percentage of seats are reserved for students belonging to various categories.

Category Quota

Scheduled Caste


Scheduled Tribe


Differently Abled


Wards of Defence Personnel

5% (applicable to selective programmes)