SNAP 2019 Symbiosis National Aptitude Test

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What is SNAP ?

Symbiosis National Aptitude Testalso abbreviated as SNAP is a national level examination which is conducted every year. The mentioned exam is the;gateway for the students aspiring to take admissions in programs like MBA / MSc (CA) / MSc (SS). The exam is conducted by Symbiosis International Deemed University (SIU) which is responsible for taking all the decisions regarding the examination and releasing the notifications. All the information is updated time to time on the official website of SNAP i.e. snaptest.org.

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  • SNAP is conducted at the end of every year for filling the seats available under...

Symbiosis National Aptitude Testalso abbreviated as SNAP is a national level examination which is conducted every year. The mentioned exam is the;gateway for the students aspiring to take admissions in programs like MBA / MSc (CA) / MSc (SS). The exam is conducted by Symbiosis International Deemed University (SIU) which is responsible for taking all the decisions regarding the examination and releasing the notifications. All the information is updated time to time on the official website of SNAP i.e. snaptest.org.

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  • SNAP is conducted at the end of every year for filling the seats available under various programs in the 15 collegesaffiliated toSIUand spread across the nation.
  • It is mandatory to score the qualifying marks in the SNAP for taking admissions in the above-mentioned programs in the respective colleges of the Symbiosis group.

Now the question arises, who all are eligible for the exam? The eligibility for SNAP exam is as same as the other MBA entrance examinations:

  • The candidate must have a bachelor's degree with a minimum of50 percent marks and in case of SC/ST/OBC candidates, a relaxation of 5% is provided i.e. the candidate of the reserved category should have a minimum of 45 percent aggregate marks at the graduation level.

The registration process starts with visiting the official website of SNAP. During the registration process, the candidates are required to provide all the required details and the details filled in by them must be authentic and correct as any incorrect detail may lead to cancelation of their candidature. Unlike other qualifying examinations of the country, the application fee for SNAP Exam is slightly different, the candidates need to pay registration fee separately for SNAP.

Important Dates of SNAP

SNAP 2019 Exam Events

Dates

Registration Starts on

August 16, 2019

Registration Ends on

November 23, 2019

Payment Closes on

November 23, 2019

Admit Card Release

December 2, 2019

SNAP 2019 Test

December 15, 2019


SNAP Application Procedure

The application procedure for appearing to SNAP Exam must be completed online by visiting the official website of Symbiosis International University. The candidates must follow the instructions written online and get themselves registered for further process of application.

The registration window will open on 16 August 2019 on the official website i.e. snaptest.org and will remain open till 23 November 2019. The examination is scheduled to be conducted on 15 December 2019. The registration process is divided in two steps i.e. Registration for SNAP Test and Registration for Programs.

  • Visit the official website of SNAP.
  • Register by clicking on ‘New Registration Window'.
  • After registration confirm the user id and password sent on Email id and Mobile no.
  • Login with the given id and password and start filing the application form.
  • Candidates must process the payment of INR 1750 along with 18% GST as application fee.

Know more about SNAP Application Procedure

SNAP Eligibility Criteria

For admission to the 15 institutes affiliated by SIU, the candidates must qualify SNAP Examination. Candidates seeking admission must ensure that they fulfill the minimum eligibility criteria defined by the university.

There are basic education qualification required by the university in order to process admission to the various courses.

Academic Qualification:

  • Candidates seeking admission must possess a bachelor's degree in any field securing at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized university.
  • Candidates belonging to the reserved categories must possess at least 45% marks in aggregate to become eligible for admission.
  • Candidates in the final year of graduation are also eligible to apply for SNAP Exam provided they must obtain at least 50% marks in aggregate at the end of their graduation.

NOTE* Candidates' candidature will be canceled if they do not fulfill the selection criteria.

Foreign candidates can also apply for taking the examination. It is important for them to hold a qualifying degree from a recognized university and they are required to generate an equivalent certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

Know more about SNAP Eligibility Criteria

SNAP Exam Pattern

SNAP Exam is a Computer Based Test conducting online where in the questions are of two types namely Multiple-Choice Questions and Fill in the Blanks. It used to be a pen paper-based test before 2017 but was later changed to computer based one.

There are total 115 number of questions which are divided among the above mentioned two categories.

Marking Scheme

The students are rewarded with +1 mark for each correct MCQ and +2 for each correct MCQ. The exam follows negative marking scheme wherein one fourth mark is deducted for each incorrect answer.

Following are the sections in which the question paper is divided:

  • General English- Reading Comprehension, Vernal Reasoning, Verbal Ability
  • Quantitative, Data Interpretation, and Data Sufficiency
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning
  • Current Affairs

These four sections contribute to a total number of 115 questions.

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SNAP Syllabus

Since the minimum educational qualification required to appear in the examination is graduation, the question paper consists of the questions of graduation. It is designed to analyze candidates' general aptitude.

The entire syllabus of SNAP Exam is divided in 4 segments namely General English, Quantitative Data, Interpretation & Data Sufficiency, Current Affairs, and Reasoning.

  • Quantitative Aptitude and Data Interpretation- Algebra, Arithmetic, Geometry, Number System, Modern Mathematics, Graphs and Charts, and Venn Diagrams.
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning- Critical Reasoning, Arrangements, Puzzles, Syllogism, Blood Relations, Coding & Decoding, Sequences & Series.
  • General English- Reading Comprehension, Fill in the Blanks, Para Jumbles, Sentence Correction, Odd one out, Vocabulary Based, Idioms, Synonyms & Antonyms.
  • Current Affairs- Business & Economics, Awards & Records, Science & Environment, History & Geography, International Organizations, Social Issues, Politics & Sports.

Know more about SNAP Syllabus

SNAP Results

Declaration of result will be taking place during the first two weeks of January 2020. Students will be provided with a scorecard that would contain marks and percentile obtained by the candidates in SNAP 2019 Exam. Marks obtained by the candidates would result in preparing the cutoff list.

The cut off list is released by SIU after the declaration of result.

How to check the result?

  • Visit the official website of SNAP i.e. snaptest.org.
  • Click on SNAP score card 2019 available on the home page.
  • Enter the user id and password.
  • The page of scorecard will appear on the screen.

Know more about SNAP Result

Brief Description of SNAP

All the process of examination is online and after the successful completion of the registration, process candidate will be able to download their respective admit cardsfrom the official website on the scheduled dates mentioned by the conducting body. The final examination will be conducted online in various test centers located in 92 major cities of the country. It is important to know that the examination center will be allocated on basis of the preferences made by the candidate while filling the application form.

After the completion of the examination, the answer sheets will be evaluated, and the qualified students will have to attend theGE-PIWAT to confirm their seat. The process is conducted by each of the constituent institutes individually. The GE-PIWAT is a detailed selection process which includes

  • Group Exercise (GE)
  • Personal Interaction (PI) and
  • Writing Ability Test (WAT)

The selected students will be allotted a seat in a respective college and stream based on their performance in the mentioned stages of the SNAP Test.

SNAP 2019 Important Dates

Registration Starts on 11-Aug-2019
Registration Ends on 24-Nov-2019
Admit Card Date 01-Dec-2019
Exam Starts on 15-Dec-2019
Result Date 29-Dec-2019

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SNAP 2019 Eligibility

Candidates appearing for SNAP must have completed or pursued the degree in the final year of graduation during the respective year of appearing for the exam. However, there are two different stages of eligibility of SNAP as mentioned below:

  • Eligibility criteria to appear for SNAP Entrance Exam
  • Eligibility criteria to take admission in the 15 constituent colleges of SIU which takes scores of SNAP test. 

Academic Qualification:

  • Candidates seeking admission must possess a bachelor's degree in any field securing at least 50% marks in aggregate from a recognized university.
  • Candidates belonging to the reserved categories must possess at least 45% marks in aggregate to become eligible for admission.
  • Candidates in the final year of graduation are also eligible to apply for SNAP Exam provided they must obtain at least 50% marks in aggregate at the end of their graduation.

NOTE* Candidates' candidature will be canceled if they do not fulfill the selection criteria.

Foreign candidates can also apply for taking the examination. It is important for them to hold a qualifying degree from a recognized university and they are required to generate an equivalent certificate from the Association of Indian Universities (AIU).

SNAP 2019 Application Procedure

A candidate can follow the below steps to complete the SNAP 2019 Registration:

  • Register online on the official website at snaptest.org. The registration dates have not been released yet. For 2018 the online registration is expected to start from the month of August.
  • To establish identity, Upload your recent scanned colour photograph.
  • Pay the registration fee of Rs. 1750 through credit card, cash, net banking or demand draft.

Application Fees

SNAP Application Fee needs to be submitted separately for registration and for selecting a particular course in the specific college. The candidates must process the payment of application fee while filling the application form. The payment must be made through the online mode such as credit card, debit card, or net banking. 

The payment can also be made through Demand Draft. 

Application Process

Fee

Total Amount

SNAP Registration fee online payment

Rs.1750 + Rs. 315 (GST 18%)

Total Amount Rs. 2065/-

SNAP Registration fee by Demand Draft

Rs.1750 + Rs. 315 (GST 18%)

Total Amount Rs. 2065/-

Preferred MBA Programme application Fee

Rs.1000 for per MBA programme

Need to be paid through SNAP website

Fees Payment

Mode of application fee payment for SNAP Test:

Candidates registering for the SNAP test need to complete the application process by paying the application fee by any of the below-mentioned methods.

Payment Mode:

  • Demand Draft
  • Bill desk Payment Gateway
  • Ease buzz Payment Gateway
  • Indian Bank Payment Gateway

Demand Draft:

Candidates planning to make the payment through demand draft facility can follow the below-mentioned steps:

  • A valid Demand Draft (DD) of Rs. 1750 need to be made in favour of “Symbiosis Test Secretariat” payable at Pune from any Nationalized Bank.
  • Candidate while filling the application form needs to choose the mode of Payment as 'DD Payment' in "Make Payment" Tab available on the application form.
  • Candidate needs to take a print of the payment advice form and fill in the required details of DD, self-attest the same and send it along with the DD to-

SYMBIOSIS TEST SECRETARIAT
SYMBIOSIS INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Gram: Lavale, Tal: Mulshi, Dist.: Pune – 412115
Phone: 020-28116226/ 27.

Online payment:

Candidates wishing to do an online payment can do the same by credit or debit card while filling the application form. It is important to note that the application form will not be considered completed until the successful payment of Application Fee.

Payment of programme fee:

  • Candidates applying for the PG programmes of the SIU constituent colleges need to make a separate payment for the number of programmes applying for. Payment for the programme will also be entertained only through the official website snaptest.org.
  • Candidate first needs to make the payment of the online registration process followed by going to the part II of the application form for programmes and choosing the preferred institutes.
  • Candidate needs to make payment of Rs. 1000 for each programme selected in the respective institutes. For example, if a candidate is choosing 4 programmes he or she will have to pay Rs. 4000 (Rs. 1000*4) in total.

Candidate can check the programmes and respective colleges here:

SNAP: Colleges and programmes

SNAP 2019 Admit Card

The conducting body releases the admit card online after the SNAP registration process ends, the admit card will be available on the official website snaptest.org. The candidates will be able to download the admit card till the exam date before commencement of SNAP Exam. SIU the conducting body of the exam has released important instructions related to the information available on the SNAP Admit card along with the guidelines to be followed by the students on Exam day are printed on the admit card. Particular instructions issued by SIU regarding SNAP Admit card mentions “Address for each test centre is printed on your SNAP 2018 Admit Card. Ensure you allow for sufficient travel time on the day of the test.”

Candidates whose application is complete including payment of SNAP registration fee will be able to download the admit card from the official website all they need is to login with pre-generated SNAP ID and password.

SNAP 2019 Preparation Tips

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test or SNAP is a national level annual exam conducted by Symbiosis International University for admissions in its various management programmes offered at its constituent colleges like SIBM and SCMHRD. If we announce SNAP as one of the most popular exams of the country after CAT it won't be wrong.

Every year more than 50,000 students take the SNAP Exam and they are evaluated in terms of their performance in the examination. The paper is divided in a total of 4 segments:

  • General English
  • Quantitative Ability, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning
  • General Awareness

SNAP 2019 Exam Pattern

The question paper of SNAP 2019 an online test comprises of normal and special questions. From the year 2018 few changes in exam pattern have been introduced by the conducting body and from this year onwards SNAP Exam Pattern will be same as of CAT. The question paper will not only consist of multiple choice questions but also questions which need to be answered by writing in the virtual keyboard appearing with these special types of questions.

The bifurcation of number of questions asked in the exam and marks allotted to them is given below.

The paper can be divided into 4 segments as mentioned below:

Section of Question Paper

Type of Question

Total Questions

Total Marks

 

Normal Questions (MCQ Type)

Special Questions (Non-MCQ Type)

   

General English: Reading Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Verbal Ability

30

5

35

40

Quantitative, Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency

30

5

35

40

Analytical & Logical Reasoning

30

5

35

40

Current Affairs

20

5

25

30

Total

110

20

130

150

 

The students are rewarded with +1 mark for each correct MCQ and +2 for each correct MCQ. The exam follows negative marking scheme wherein one fourth mark is deducted for each incorrect answer.

Following are the sections in which the question paper is divided:

  • General English- Reading Comprehension, Vernal Reasoning, Verbal Ability
  • Quantitative, Data Interpretation, and Data Sufficiency
  • Analytical & Logical Reasoning
  • Current Affairs

SNAP 2019 Syllabus

SNAP Exam Comprises of four sections namely- Quantitative Ability & Data Interpretation, General English, Analytical & Logical Reasoning, and General Awareness

It is crucial that aspirants are well aware of the complete syllabus to prepare strategically and obtain a good score. Here are section- wise topics and subtopics that need to be prepared for each section:

Quantitative Aptitude

  Ratios and Proportion Percentages Profit & Loss Averages Time-Speed-Distance Number system HCF &LCM

Data Interpretation

  Graphs     Tables     Charts     DI Based on Texts     Matrix     Venn Diagrams  

Analytical and Logical Reasoning

  Critical reasoning     Visual reasoning    Assertion and reasons    Statements and conclusions    Puzzles    Coding and decoding    Sequencing 

SNAP 2018 Question Paper Analysis

SNAP Previous Year Papers Analysis:

SNAP 2018 Paper Analysis-

For an Organized preparation, the candidate has to go through previous year exam papers. It provides an insight to the aspirants about the nature of the exam. The candidate can section wise strategize the preparation and prioritize the sections keeping into account the time factor. 

Last Year SNAP Exam was held on 16th December 2018. The paper was comparatively easy than last years. The General Knowledge questions were now only based on the current affairs decreasing the difficulty level. Even the English section was easier this year. However, the overall paper remained difficult as the quantitative section remained on the difficult side.

SNAP 2019 Study Material

Some books that can be useful in preparation for the exam are:

Map the SNAP Symbiosis National Aptitude Test: 5 Mock Tests & Solved Papers - by Arihant

Target SNAP 2017: 5 Mock + 9 Past Papers (English)- By Disha Publication

Symbiosis National Aptitude Test (SNAP) Guide (English) - By Ramesh Publication House

SNAP Solved Papers- By GK Publishers Pvt. Ltd

Ace the SNAP (Paperback) by IMS Learning Resources Pvt Ltd

Manorama Yearbook 2017 by Malayala Manorama (very good resource for GK preparation)

SNAP 2017 Simplified With GK (2 books) - by Disha Publication

Candidates can also go through the complete SNAP Syllabus and other SNAP Preparation Tips to polish their preparation for the examination and make sure they score well and get the desired course and colleges.

SNAP 2019 Result

The Result will be declared within 15 days after the examination. The SNAP 2018 is scheduled to be conducted on December 16, 2018. The SNAP 2018 Result will comprise of section-wise and scaled scores obtained by the candidates. 

Steps to Download SNAP Result:

  • Visit the official website of SNAP
  • Search for the 'Result' link available on the homepage
  • Provide your SNAP Registration ID and Password
  • Click on 'Login'
  • SNAP Result will appear on the screen
  • Download it and take a printout for further reference

SNAP Cut-Offs

The Cutoff for SNAP Entrance Test will be declared after the announcement of SNAP Result. All the participating institutes will release their individual cut-offs for various management programs once the result is declared

SNAP Previous Year Cut off:

Institutes Cut off percentile
SSBM, SICSR, SIMS, SIHM, SIMC and other Symbiosis group colleges 48-60
SITM, SIIB (Agri) & SCIT 70-75
SIIB, SIOM & SIBM - Bangalore 65-88
SIBM Pune & SCMHRD 96.5-98


 

SNAP 2019 Counseling Details

Candidates should prepare on following points before attending SNAP Counseling:

  1. A candidate has to confirm its ranking based on merit list and then has to confirm the counseling date from the official website of SNAP Counseling.
  2. A candidate has to also decide its choice of course before he/she wishes to appear for SNAP counseling, but based on its ranking he/she may get the course of his choice.

SNAP 2019 Selection Procedure

SNAP Selection Procedure is described in the infographic mentioned below. It is a stepwise process which starts with appearing for SNAP Exam, getting shortlisted for the evaluation. The third step is a group exercise, then personal interview followed by a written ability test.

The SNAP Selection Procedure typically consists of two steps which are followed by the participating institutes once the exam is conducted. Based on the performance of the candidates, participating institutes would be shortlisting candidates. 

The SNAP Result will be declared after the successful completion of SNAP Exam which is scheduled to be conducted on December 16, 2018. In the second step of the SNAP Selection Procedure, candidates would be applying for Group Exercise, Personal Interview, and Written Ability Test Rounds. The participating institutes would be announcing the list of shortlisted candidates by January 2018, most preferably in the third week. 

The SNAP Merit List is expected to be announced in the month of February. If a candidate clears the cutoff of a particular SNAP Institute, he would be shortlisted to appear for Group Exercise, Written Ability Test, and Personal Interview Rounds. The SNAP Merit List would be generated based on the overall performance of the candidates in SNAP Selection Rounds

The Weightage of determining final SNAP Merit List is mentioned as below:

Factors Consideration
SNAP Score (scaled to 50 marks) 50
GE 10
Personal Interview 30
Written Ability Test 10
Total 100

Intake

The intake of all the institutes along with the number of seat intake is mentioned below. SIBM, Pune has the highest number of seats (220) among all the symbiosis and SSBF has the lowest number of seat intake among all the colleges.

Institute

Number of Seats
SIBM Pune 220
SICSR 180
SIMC Pune 120
SIIB 200
SCHMRD 220
SIMS 300
SITM 120
SCIT 180
SIOM 120
SIHS 77
SIBM Bengaluru 150
SSMC 80
SSBF 50
SIBM Hyderabad 120

Reservation

Within Sanctioned Intake

Scheduled Caste (SC) 15%
Scheduled Tribes (ST) 7.5%
Differently Abled 3%
Defence Category- General 80% seats for dependents (Children/Ward) of Defence personnel. (as per merit)
Defence category- Special 10% seats for dependents of Defence personnel killed in action (war, Counter Insurgency or war like operation), disabled in action (war, Counter Insurgency or war like operation), with more than 50% disability, next of kin of service personnel who have died while in service, death being attributable to military service. (as per merit)
Open Category 10% seats are in open category to civilian candidates sponsored/ recommended by the Industry (as per merit).

Over & Above Intake

Kashmiri Migrants 2 seats per programme
International Candidates 15%

Documents to be Carried

Candidates must carry the required documents along with them while appearing for SNAP Counseling.

  1. Original counselling letter along with the photocopy of counselling letter
  2. Original Admit card along with the photocopy of admit card
  3. Bank draft has to be made as per the guidelines mentioned on SNAP prospect
  4. All the original and at least 2 photocopies of certificates of 10th & 12th class
  5. Rank Card / Hall Ticket
  6. Scorecard (if applicable)
  7. Original degree/provisional certificate if the candidate is appearing
  8. Community certificate(SC/ST/OBC/Other) signed by the authorized authority
  9. Medical documents mentioned on SNAP application form
  10. 4-6 Passport size photographs colour and black and white
  11. Other supportive documents mentioned on SNAP application form.

SNAP 2019 Test Center

SNAP Selection Procedure is described in the infographic mentioned below. It is a stepwise process which starts with appearing for SNAP Exam, getting shortlisted for the evaluation. The third step is a group exercise, then personal interview followed by a written ability test.

The SNAP Selection Procedure typically consists of two steps which are followed by the participating institutes once the exam is conducted. Based on the performance of the candidates, participating institutes would be shortlisting candidates. 

The SNAP Result will be declared after the successful completion of SNAP Exam which is scheduled to be conducted on December 16, 2018. In the second step of the SNAP Selection Procedure, candidates would be applying for Group Exercise, Personal Interview, and Written Ability Test Rounds. The participating institutes would be announcing the list of shortlisted candidates by January 2018, most preferably in the third week. 

The SNAP Merit List is expected to be announced in the month of February. If a candidate clears the cutoff of a particular SNAP Institute, he would be shortlisted to appear for Group Exercise, Written Ability Test, and Personal Interview Rounds. The SNAP Merit List would be generated based on the overall performance of the candidates in SNAP Selection Rounds

The Weightage of determining final SNAP Merit List is mentioned as below:

Factors Consideration
SNAP Score (scaled to 50 marks) 50
GE 10
Personal Interview 30
Written Ability Test 10
Total 100

Exam Toppers

SOURAV DUTTA -SNAP 2017

  • Sourav scored 99.99 percentile in SNAP 2017.He is a professional archer and chose symbiosis over other Management Institutes for its extracurricular activities.
  • This was Sourav's second attempt at the exam.
  • He had missed the last year's cutoff by only a few marks.He gives the credit for his success to practising many mocks and believes the writing on social media platforms helped him in improving his grammar and vocabulary.
  •  

Aditi Ramchandra - SNAP 2016 

  • Aditi scored 99.05% in SNAP 2016. She received and converted calls from IIM I and K, New and Baby IIMs, MDI and SPJIMR, but opted for SPJIMR for its excellent marketing opportunities, international exchange program and socially sensitive pedagogy. 
  • She said that apart from being high on Verbal ability, students should be proficient in the Number system. Speed in LR will help maximize marks in minimum time.
  • Recommended study material - Sarvesh Kumar Verma for Quant, Word Power made easy by Norman Lewis, VaRC by Arun Sharma and used CL material for DILR. 
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the- See more at https://www.collegesearch.in/blog/snap-topper-interview#sthash.s2vAhQUB.dp

Akshaya Iyer- Top Scorer of SNAP 2016

  • Akshaya Scored 99.78% in SNAP. According to Akshaya SNAP is a test of speed, wherein one has to attempt maximum questions while maintaining accuracy.
  • He further says that "for Quantitative section, I used to solve a lot of questions and practiced as much as possible. For Verbal and GK, I used to study daily words and current affairs. I would appear for many sectional tests for GK and Verbal Ability sections. I used to practice more and more to get a better score."

 

Hansa Malhotra - one of the top achievers of SNAP 2016

  • English is the easiest section and can be attempted first. Candidates should brush up their basic grammar and not try to complicate their preparation by revising elaborate grammar rules.
  • While attempting the comprehension, aspirants should try to read the questions before the paragraph as it becomes easy to mark answers while you read.
  • There will be questions from Media and latest news events. Students appearing for the SIMC Pune test must take a look at important events of past two months. This will take only two hours and build a strong base to attempt the General Knowledge section.
  • For the Analytical & Logical Reasoning section, revise it a day before only if you have been practicing regularly. Otherwise, leave the section to focus on a section which one feels comfortable with.
  • It is important that the preparation is not complex; one must try to remain calm and understand that most of the things in the paper are basic and simple.

Courses Under SNAP 2019

Courses that aspirants can opt for after clearing SNAP:

  • MBA (Innovation & Entrepreneurship)
  • MBA (Information Technology)
  • MBA  (Computer Applications)
  • MBA (General)
  • MBA (Infrastructure Management)
  • MBA (International Business)
  • MBA (Agri-Business) 
  • MBA (Energy & Environment)
  • MBA (Telecom Management)
  • MBA (Communication Management)
  • MBA (Operations Management)
  • MBA (Information Technology Business Management)
  • MBA (Hospital & Healthcare Management)
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