Admission to all the courses and programmes at Symbiosis International (deemed University) (SIU) are strictly on merit basis based on the criteria and processes prescribed by the University and assessment of individual performance in Symbiosis National Aptitude Test [SNAP] for Postgraduate Studies and Symbiosis Entrance Test [SET] for Undergraduate Studies.
All aspirants / parents are hereby notified that some individuals / organisations are giving / making false and misleading advertisements / claims in newspapers, websites, social media platforms that they can ensure admission to Symbiosis International (deemed University) and also charging heavy amount for the same.
In this regard, SIU requests the aspirants / parents to refrain from entering into any transaction with such elements. SIU has not appointed any individual / agency / organisation to make such assurance on its behalf. It is a matter of Policy that SIU does not charge capitation fee for admission from students and this is widely and prominently published as well on all the relevant places like prospectus, website, SNAP Booklet, SET Booklet etc.
Despite this Notice, if any aspirant / parents still proceeds with or enters into transaction with such elements, they would be doing so at their own risk and cost. SIU further notifies that any aspirant attempting to approach SIU for admission through or at the instances of such agents will be permanently debarred from admission to all the courses and programmes at Symbiosis International (deemed University).
Wearing masks has been recognized as one of the important precautionary measures to fight against Corona virus. The mask acts as a barrier in the transmission of virus from infected people, particularly those without symptoms, to others through coughing, sneezing, speaking or even breathing. It is, therefore, advisable to wear masks most of the time, specifically in the public places.
Masks are available in the market in different shapes, and sizes, but these masks can be made at home from any clean cotton cloth. There are several benefits of home-made masks- the basic ingredient of the mask, i.e. cloth, is readily available at home, and these masks are also cost effective. Given the demographic profile of the country, it is imperative to discover various methods of making effective masks in a short span of time using readily available inputs at home
In this regard, ISR club of SCMS-Noida has participated in the ‘Mask Force’ campaign by suggesting methods of making cost and time effective masks at home. Students have made easy and cost effective masks using readily available cotton cloth at home such as old T-shirt and handkerchief, and two rubber bands. The procedure of making masks has been captured in the videos.
The use of masks is recommended as a preventive measure, but it should be accompanied with several other precautionary measures such as washing of hands, use of sanitizers, and social distancing.