Campus (for Men): B.A., B.Sc.(Hons) in Mathematics, Physics,
Chemistry, Biosciences, Economics (leading to PG Courses in the
respective subjects); M.B.A., M.B.A.(Finance), and M.Tech.(Computer
Brindavan Campus (for Men): B.Com.(Hons)., B.Sc. (Hons) in
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biosciences (leading to PG Courses in
the respective subjects).
Anantapur Campus (for Women): B.A., B.Com.(Hons)., B.Sc.(Home
Science), B.Sc.(Hons) in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biosciences;
M.A.(English), M.A.(Telugu), M.Sc.(Home Science), and B.Ed.
Eligibility for Admission:
Undergraduate Courses: 10+2 pattern of study / Intermediate.
Minimum marks required in the X Std. examination is 60% in aggregate
and 55% in General English. They should have taken their final year +2
/ Intermediate qualifying examination before the date of Admission
Postgraduate Courses: 10+2+3 pattern of study. A First class
(minimum of 60% marks in aggregate in all the three years of study) in
respective degrees with 50% in General English.
M.B.A./M.B.A.(Finance) and B.Ed.:
10+2+3 pattern of study. A First class (minimum
of 60% marks in all examinations of the course) in any first degree
or Post Graduate degree with 50% marks in General English in the
first basic degree. Candidates of Technical Courses like B.E.,
B.Tech., B.Pharma., B.Sc.(Agri) etc. are exempted from the minimum
requirement of 50% marks in General English.
Science): A First class (60% and above) both in the first
degree and M.Sc.(Mathematics)/M.Sc.(Physics)/M.Sc.(Comp.Sci.)/M.C.A./B.E.(Comp.Sci.)/B.Tech.(Comp.Sci.)
levels of examination with Computer Science background, and the
candidates should have formally undergone the following courses -
Artificial Intelligence, Computer Networks, Computer Organisation &
Architecture and Database Systems.
Note: Eligible candidates will be
short-listed by the Institute based on the marks of qualifying
examinations. Only such candidates who are on the short-list will be
called for Admission Test
In the case of candidates who have not received the
marks statements of the final year of the first degree examination,
their marks in the previous years/semesters should not be less than
60% in aggregate and 50% in General English. They should have taken
their final year/semester qualifying examination before the date of
the admission test.
Admission to all the above courses will be on the
basis of Admission Test and Interview which will be held in May 2005,
at Prasanthi Nilayam, Andhra Pradesh.
Application form along with Information Handbook
will be available from December 2nd, 2004 to
February 28th, 2005.
Interested candidates may apply to the Registrar, Sri Sathya
Sai Institute of Higher Learning, Vidyagiri, Prasanthi Nilayam - 515
134, Anantapur Dist., A.P. along with I.P.O. or Bank Draft
for Rs.50/- for Undergraduate Courses and Rs.70/- for Postgraduate
Courses/M.B.A./M.B.A.(Fin)/M.Tech./B.Ed. Courses. The draft should
be drawn in favour of Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher
Learning, payable at Prasanthi Nilayam/Puttaparthi.
Since the application forms are different for each programme,
candidates must indicate in the requisition letter the details of
course / subject of study for which they seek admission. Also,
the name, postal address and phone number
of the candidate should clearly be mentioned in the requisition