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Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science Admission

Noida, Uttar Pradesh | Reviews/Ratings: - Add Review
Established : 2000 | Accredited/Approved : AICTE
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The Amity School of Insurance, Banking, and Actuarial Science (ASIBAS) was formed in 2000. It is a private institution, and it is a part of Amity University. This institute has always made it a point to provide the best opportunities for its pupils. The campus locates in Noida, UP State. The College was established to cater for the growing demand of the public insurance domain. Currently, the College offers BSc, BA at the UG level and MBA, MSc at the PG level. Admission at ASIBAS is based on candidate's score obtained in the entrance test as well academic merit.

Amity School of Insurance, Banking, and Actuarial Science B.A and B.Sc. Admission

For admission to the BA and BSc at ASIBAS, students must first complete the eligibility requirements provided by the institute before enrolment.

  • Candidates who have score 60% in 12th from any recognized board can apply for BA or BSC admission at ASIBAS. 
  • If candidates are looking for admission in BSc Actuarial Science, they must score above 70% in Maths subject.
  • The selection of the candidates will be based on the entrance test followed by an interview. Thus, students have to attend the Amity Written Test conducted by the College.

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Eligibility requirements

B.Sc

Actuarial Science

Amity Written Test and Personal Interview will be used to select. Candidates must have a minimum of 60% in 12th grade and 70% in math from CBSE/ICSE/any other State Board.

BA (Hons.)

Insurance and Banking

Amity Written Test and Personal Interview will be the selection procedures.
Candidates must score a minimum of 60% (55 per cent for the sponsored category) in your 12th grade from CBSE, ICSE, or any other State Board.

Amity School of Insurance, Banking, and Actuarial Science MBA and M.Sc. Admission

To be considered for admission to the MBA and M.Sc at ASIBAS, students must first meet the institute's eligibility conditions.

  • The candidate must have passed Graduation with a minimum of 50% marks. In the reserved category, they will have a 5% relaxation in aggregate score.
  • For admission to the MBA at Amity, students must appear for the UPCET exam, formerly known as UPSEE MBA. Candidates with CAT valid scores are also eligible to apply for admission.
  • Whereas, selection criteria for MSc depends on the Amity Written Test, English Language Test followed by Personal Interview.

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Specialization

Eligibility criteria

MBA

Banking and Insurance, Insurance and Financial Planning

Pass in Graduation with 50%

Selection is based on UPCET or CAT score

M.Sc

Actuarial Science

Minimum 50% at the UG level and 60% marks in 12th grade, Along with 70% in maths subject

Selection is based on Amity Written Test followed by an interview

Amity School of Insurance, Banking, and Actuarial Science Application Process

This is the procedure must be followed in order to be considered for admission to both the dual degree undergraduate and graduate programs:-

  • By visiting the official website, you can register yourself.
  • After carefully reviewing the eligibility requirements, proceed to the next step of downloading the application form.
  • Fill out the form completely and attentively, then print it out and send it to the Noida campus together with a photograph and a Demand Draft for INR 1,100

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By Akshatha
Class of 2021
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4.5/5

I completed my 12th class with 75% score and was searching for B.Sc. colleges, and then my father suggested me with Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science. I enquired how can I get B.Sc. admission in Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science? What is the B.Sc. selection process I Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science? Later through enquire I got to know that the B.Sc. admission was purely based on the score secured in test i.e. conducted by the University called as Amity Written test which is followed by Personal interview round. A basic B.Sc. admission criterion of Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science is 60% marks in 12th class and 70% marks in 12th class.

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By Pradeep Singh
Class of 2021
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4/5

I have selected Banking & Insurance Management as my area of specialization and at present am in final year. Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science admissions for MBA Course will be done according to the basis of entrance exam score that is CAT, XAT and MAT and for final selection process there will be personal interview & group discussion rounds. Amity School scholarships will be offered for the meritorious students based on the score acquired in entrance exam. To confess about admission fee it is actually quite expensive I paid around 3.4 Lakhs for 1st year but it is actually reasonable as per college standards.

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By Sundhar
Class of 2021
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4.5/5

I was willing to take admission in Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science for MBA course i.e. my post graduation programme. I heard very much about this institute, i.e. more of positive and best reviews about this institute. But I did not know how to get MBA admission in Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science? Later came to know that if we have cleared any entrance examination like XAT, GMAT, CAT, MAT can get easy admission and 50% in 10+2+3 is eligible criteria for MBA admission in Amity School of Insurance, Banking and Actuarial Science. Then there will be group discussion, language test and interview which are scheduled by the college management.

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