SAAT means Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test. SAAT provides Undergraduate & Postgraduate level Courses. SAAT Exam is a National level Exam.
Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test Courses Offered for Engineering, Management, Science, Medical through NEET. SAAT all applications submitted for the only online mode and Exam Mode is Online/Offline.
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- All Candidates can apply free of cost
To take admission in various courses for and through SAAT 2020, candidates have to fulfill the eligibility criteria given below:
- The General Candidate should pass 45% or more marks in the 12th examination.
- SC / ST / OBC students should pass the 40% mark in the 12th examination.
- Physics and Mathematics should be compulsory for all students in the 12th standard examination.
- Elective subjects: statistics, information technology, technical vocational subjects, computer science, biology, biotechnology, chemistry & information science.
For B.Tech (LE)
- Students of general caste B.Sc. Must have passed a three-year diploma in engineering with at least 45% marks in.
- Students of SC / ST / OBC caste should have passed B.Sc degree with at least 40% marks.
The candidate should be up to 50% in the qualifying examination. In which if that candidate comes in the reserved category, then he should have at least 45%. All the candidates should go to the SOA website and check the branch qualification while filling the application form.
- The candidate should have a three-year Bachelor’s degree in any discipline.
- In which general caste candidates should have up to 50% marks and SC / ST candidates should have up to 45% marks.
- Mathematics This subject is compulsory at 10 + 2 level or +3 level.
For MCA LE
- BCA, B.Sc. Information Technology (HK) and B.Sc. In computer science (HK)
- Mathematics as a subject at 10 + 2 level or graduation is compulsory
- At least 50% marks (45% in case of reserved category candidate) is required in the aggregate.
- A general caste candidate should pass the 12th examination with 45% aggregate marks.
- Candidates of SC / ST / OBC should pass the 12th examination with 40% aggregate marks.
- Compulsory subjects: Biology ((PCM or PCB)), Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry.
- For an M.Pharma degree, one should pass the B.Pharma degree examination.
- For this degree, a general caste candidate needs a minimum score of 55% and for reserved category candidates, 50% will be the minimum marks.
- Bachelor Degree in Science / Agriculture / Pharmacy / Veterinary / Engineering & Technology / Medicine (MBBS / BDS) / Physics / Chemistry / Mathematics
- General candidates should have up to 50% marks and reserved caste candidates should have up to 45% marks.
- Candidates of the general caste should pass the 12th standard with 45% aggregate marks.
- Candidates of SC / ST / OBC caste should pass the 12th examination by scoring 40% of the total.
For B.Sc. in Nursing (Basic)
- B.Sc. Candidates should be 17 years of age by 31 December 2018 for Nursing (Basic).
- A general caste candidate should pass the 12th examination by scoring 45% aggregate.
- Candidates belonging to SC / ST / OBC caste should pass the 12th examination by scoring 40% aggregate.
For Post Basic B.Sc. in Nursing
- Post Basic B.Sc. The candidate for in Nursing should pass the GNM examination and be registered with the State Nursing Council.
For M.Sc. Nursing
- M.Sc. Candidates for Nursing B.Sc. Should have passed with 55% aggregate marks and must have a degree in Nursing through Basic or Post Basic.
- Should have one year of experience in the teaching field as a registered nurse and midwife.
- Eligibility: All candidates for BBA must have passed 12th standard from a recognized board and mathematics subject is compulsory.
- For BBA all students must have passed Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Commerce & Arts or in B.E.
- General candidates need 50% marks and reserved category candidates should have up to 45%.
For B.Sc. in Agriculture
- B.Sc. Candidates should be up to 17 years of age in agriculture.
- The general class candidate should pass at least 50% marks in the 12th examination and the reserved class candidates should pass at least 40% marks in the 12th examination.
for BA LLB and BBA LLB
- The general category candidate should pass the 12th examination by scoring 45% aggregate.
- Candidates of OBC class should pass the 12th examination by scoring 42% aggregate.
- Candidates belonging to SC / ST / PH category should pass the 12th examination by scoring 40% aggregate.
Passed or demonstrated a bachelor’s degree in law or studied integrated law courses.
- Duration of Exam: 3 hours
- Type of question: Multiple choice questions – Objective.
- Number of questions: 120 questions
- Total Marks: 480 marks
- Negative Marking: Here 1 mark is deducted for each wrong answer.
- Marking Scheme: 4 Marks for each correct answer
SAAT 2021 Admit Card releasing in online mode. Admit Card will be releasing in Mar 2021. Admit card will be issued before the entrance examination.
Admit Card (2021)
The result of SAAT 2021 comes a few days after the entrance examination. This result of SAAT 2021 comes in the month of Apr 2021.
The counseling process of SAAT 2021 will be conducted through online mode. This counseling process of SAAT 2021 will start in April 2021.