Sahibzada Ajit Singh (SAS) Institute of Information Technology and Research, Mohali, is a private institution established in 2001, and is affiliated to Punjab Technical University. It is located in Chandigarh, Punjab. The Institute is also approved by the AICTE, the Government of India and the Government of Punjab.
The Institute offers BCA and BBA courses at the undergraduate level, and MCA and MBA programs at the postgraduate level.
The campus, located in the urban centre of Chandigarh, provides students with various facilities such as hostels for both boys and girls respectively, state of the art labs including a computer lab, a well-stocked, computerised library with digital resources, a cafeteria, medical amenities, as well as sports facilities.
Admission to UG and PG courses is granted on the basis of merit marks obtained in Class 12th and the applicant’s Bachelor’s degree respectively, as well as ranking/scoring in entrance exams like the CMAT or exams organised by the college itself.
Hostel and Facilities
The vast expanse of land ranging to around 73800 sq.ft. encompasses the campus of the college. It is centrally air-conditioned with the facility of Wi-Fi.
The computerised library is fully air-conditioned. Several thousand books on various departments along with national and international magazines, journals and periodicals can be found here.
A computerised catalogue is available in case of online reference. An exclusive reference section helps in giving access to the valuable books. A reading hall is available for the students to study with an ease.
The laboratories, especially the computer labs are artistically and ergonomically to help the students to work efficiently and develop their skills so as to be at par with the national and international standards.
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To pursue MBA at SASIIT students must satisfy following eligibility criteria.
The minimum qualification to apply for admission to the MBA Program is a Bachelor's Degree (10+2+3 years of education) in any discipline which is recognized by the Association of Indian Universities, or any degree equivalent to the Bachelor's Degree, with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks in the Secondary / Higher Secondary / Pre-degree Examinations (or equivalent) conducted by a Board / University.
Those appearing for the final year of the Bachelor's degree examinations may also apply subject to completing their examinations or viva-voce, if any, before June 30. Such candidates will however have to fulfil the above eligibility requirements in respect of minimum academic qualifications for admission and furnish evidence to that effect latest by October 31. At the time of interview and/or admissions, they will be required to produce a letter from their College Principal / Head of Institution stating the exam dates.
Candidates with appropriate industry experience will be given preference for admissions. Their work experience will be given due weightage in terms of the organization, position held and duration.
Selected candidates will be called to attend Group Discussions and Personal Interviews. Multiple Group Discussion & Personal Interview lists will be released in phases, both before and after the Application Deadline. The intimation for interview & group discussion is done through registered post and e-mail. In the case of some programs, Group Discussion may not be conducted, in favor of a rigorous interview process.
The selection criteria for calling candidates for admissions is based on multiple factors as follows:
- Past academic performance
- Quality & content of the answers in the application form
- Work experience, if any , in terms of job content & organization
- Group Discussion & Interview performance (applicable for final admissions only)
- Extra curricular activities, other interests & accomplishments
- Competitive Test score (CAT, MAT, XAT, CMAT)
A combination of all the above factors are used to determine the eligibility of candidates to be offered final admission. Test scores are NOT the only criteria for selection.
A high test score does not guarantee a call for Group Discussion/Interview. The selection criteria are based on multiple factors as mentioned above.