The applicants interested for SNAP 2018 are advised to look into the eligibility criteria before filling up the registration form, if the criteria’s are not matching it might happen that the form will get cancelled by the exam authority.
The following are the criteria’s for the eligibility of SNAP 2018:
- The candidate’s should have passed graduation in any stream from recognized university or institutions.
- The minimum marks for the general category candidate is 50% in aggregate.
- For the reserved category the marks is reduced to 45% in aggregate (for SC/ST Category).
- The applicant who has completed their degree from any foreign university must have the equivalent certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).
- Foreign nationals, Indian Origin students, Overseas Citizen of India and NRI (Nonresident Indian) can also appear for the entrance test.
- For International Candidates:
- Foreign National: A candidate who is holding a foreign passport can apply.
- Person of Indian Origin: The candidate should hold a citizenship of some other country than India and he/she must have PIO card.
- Overseas Citizen of India: The candidate must have a citizenship of other country except India and should have OCI card.
- NRI (Non Resident India): The candidate should appear either for 10+2 exam or graduation from outside India. It is compulsory to have one of these exams for the candidates to appear outside India.