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Shiv Nadar University invites application for admission to MBA programme

Apr 11, 2017 12:15 IST

Shiv Nadar University conducts a common admission test, SMAT for granting admission to its MBA Programme for 2017-19 Batch. All the interested and eligible candidates shall apply latest by April 14, 2017.

Eligibility Criteria for SMAT 2017

The candidate must be a Graduate in any subject with minimum 50% marks from a recognized university. Candidates awaiting their final year (Bachelors) result can also apply, provided they can present the final year result latest by July 31, 2017. For candidates who are applying through CAT, they must possess valid scores of CAT 2016. Those seeking admission through GMAT, they must have taken the exam on or After August 1, 2015. For admissions through XAT/NMAT the candidates should have taken the test in the same year, i.e. 2017.

Application Fees for SMAT 2017

Application fees for SMAT 2017 is Rs 1200/- only. Payment of fees can be done through debit/credit cards or net banking or through demand draft in favour of Shiv Nadar University payable at Noida. The DD needs to be sent at the campus i.e. (Shiv Nadar University, Admissions Office, NH91, Tehsil Dadri. Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh – 201314).

How to Apply for SMAT 2017

To take SMAT 2017, aspiring candidates can apply online as per the application notifications.

  1. Log on to the official website to register yourself with the help of an email ID and password
  2. Once you have registered, you will be provided a PID number through which you can access the application form
  3. Fill the form with correct details and cross check it before clicking on ‘Submit’

Important Dates for SMAT 2017

Event

Date

Last date for submission of Application

April 14, 2017

Academic Session begins

August 1, 2017

For more information related to SMAT, you can visit the official website as well.

For more updates on MBA Exam 2017, keep visiting MBA section of jagranjosh.com

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