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).
5-6 October, 2018
Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, NOIDA proudly hosted the fifth edition of Symbiosis Model United Nations Conference 2018 i.e. SYMUNC 2018, under the able guidance of Dr Shrirang Altekar, Director, Symbiosis Centre for Management Studies, NOIDA and Faculty in charge Mr.Abhinav Pal. This exuberant and enterprising event was held on 5th and 6th October 2018 with strong participation of more than 250 delegates.
Starting the event on a propitious note, the ceremonial lamp was lit and it was followed by the opening ceremony. The dignitaries for the day, Mr Anil Trigunayat and Mr Baljit Alhuwalia graced the occasion and enlightened the audience with their thoughtful address. The conference was declared open by Secretary-General SYMUNC 2018, Ms Anubhuti Dhingra and hence, moved into its first debate session.
SYMUNC over the years has served to be an encouraging platform for many young leaders to actively deliberate on issues of significance and put forth their opinions, and this year too it gave impetus to that avid spirit by hosting a set of conventional committees (United Nations Human Rights Council, United Nations General Assembly-Disarmament and Internal Security Committee, United Nations Security Council and United Nations Environment Programme) and unconventional committees (All India Political Parties Meet and FIFA). Cybercrime and cyber welfare, the situation in Myanmar and even the possible expansion and scheduling of the football club seasons were some of the thought-provoking agendas that were discussed, leading to a 2-day-long session of fruitful debate.
The proceedings of the committee facilitated and the sessions presided by an experienced and erudite Executive Board, ensured that each participant had something to take back in return from being a part of the event. The event concluded on a solemn note with a closing ceremony after the deliberation session on day 2 which incorporated the award distribution ceremony as well.
The core Organising Committee of SYMUNC 2018 comprising of Secretary-General Ms Anubhuti Dhingra, Director-General Mr Priyam Arora and Deputy Secretary Generals, Mr Akshit Seth and Ms Surbhi Purwar under the guidance of faculty in charge Mr.Abhinav Pal made sure that the event was a success and worked tirelessly to ensure that it turned out to be an experience unparalleled for one and all!