Apoorva Singh|Jul 28, 2021
- Sai University begins UG admissions for its first academic session
Sai University begins UG admissions for its first academic session
Sai University has started the admission process for the undergraduate courses of 2021-22 academic session.
NEW DELHI: Sai University, Chennai has started the admission process of its undergraduate programmes for the academic year 2021-22. Candidates can apply for admission by visiting the official website of Sai University. Before applying for admission, candidates are advised to check the eligibility criteria.
Candidates can apply for any undergraduate programme if they meet the eligibility criteria. During the application process, candidates are required to enter their personal and academic details in the application form. After entering the necessary details, candidates should check the application form to make sure there is no error or incorrect information in the form. Following that, candidates can proceed to pay the application fee.
The admission to the undergraduate programmes offered by Sai University will be done on the basis of marks secured by candidates in SAT, ACT or Pearson Undergraduate Entrance Exam as required for relevant programmes. Eligible candidates will be offered admission to Sai University’s three schools - School of Arts and Sciences, School of Computing and Data Science & School of Law.
In the School of Arts and Sciences, candidates are offered interdisciplinary degrees in humanities, social sciences, sciences, arts, humanities, and computing technology. The School of Computing and Data Science offers in-depth programmes in the theoretical and practical aspects of the field. The School of Law provides a fresh perspective on the subject whilst considering technological progress and current policy initiatives.
“We want to create a conducive ecosystem for learning, where we improve student’s ability to think critically, comprehend complex situations analytically, and then articulate it in the best way possible,” said, founder and Chancellor of Sai University, K. V. Ramani.
He further added, “The pedagogy at Sai University is adapted to how the brain learns, in contrast to traditional modes of learning. In addition, we aim at giving our students a holistic education experience so they can become better global citizens.”
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