Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test – 2014 (SAAT – 2014)


SAAT – 2014

Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Admission Test (SAAT-2014), a national level entrance test is conducted by Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University every year to select bright students from different parts of our country. The test is being conducted for different programs offered in different constituent institutes / schools of the university. SAAT-2014, the seventh edition of this entrance test, will be held on 10th May 2014 (Saturday) at 65 centers across 46 cities of India. The test is primarily a multiple choice type written test and the standard of the test is comparable with any other national level entrance test. Short listed candidates will be called to attend an open counselling for admission into various programmes of the university. Another feature of this entrance test is that the candidates with diploma in engineering/ technology/ pharmacy and hotel management are eligible for admission into regular courses under lateral entry scheme through SAAT-2014.

Courses Offered

Eligibility Criteria

How to apply

Important dates

Last date Sale of Application form: 15.04.2014

(At University, Institutes and Designated Branches of Axis Bank, Punjab National Bank, Central Bank and Syndicate Bank.)

Last date of Online Submission of form: 15.04.2014

Last date of applying online: 15.04.2014

Last date of Submission of downloaded form: 20.04.2014

Date of Entrance test: 10.05.2014 (Saturday)

Publication of Result: 20.05.2014

To know more information about SAAT 2014 please click here

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