Academics Policies & Regulations
Use only courteous and polite language and behave with decorum with the faculty, staff, students and guests of the University.
Shall be regular and punctual in attending classes and all activities connected with the University.
Read notices/circulars displayed on the College Notice Board/Website.
Ignorance of not reading any notice/circular thus displayed shall not be accepted as an excuse for failing to comply with the directions contained in it.
All vehicles should be parked in the allotted place.
While attending University functions, students/scholars will conduct themselves in such a way as to bring credit to themselves and to the institution.
The students are expected to take up all assignments, tests and examinations of this University seriously and try to perform the best.
Each student of this University must always possess Student Identity Card with his/her photograph affixed on it and duly attested by the Registrar.
Use the resources of the University namely library, computers, equipment, transport, medical, communications, power, etc judiciously and effectively.
Any genuine complaints file them to the concerned authority without fear.
All shall desist from indulging in violence.
Gathering in groups at roads, entrance, exit and pathways is strictly prohibited.
Shall not talk or act in any manner in a way that would bring disrepute to the University.
Should not leave the class or attend it late under the pretext of paying fees, visiting the library, etc.
Smoking, consumption of any kind of alcoholic drinks/drugs inside the University is strictly prohibited.
Damaging the building or any other property of the University in any way is strictly prohibited.
Indulging in Ragging and Eve Teasing are crimes and strictly prohibited by an act promulgated by the Government of Puducherry with the penalty of Rs.10,000/- and two years imprisonment. If any student indulges in any form of ragging or Eve-Teasing inside the University premises or outside, he/she will be summarily expelled from the University.
Misconduct during examination, production of false information or documents for admission purpose and the failure to return materials taken on loan from the University would be seriously dealt with.
Use of mobile phones/other electronic gadgets such as ipod, iphone within the classrooms, laboratories, seminar halls and auditoriums is strictly banned. Violation of this rule by any student would result in impounding of these devices and strict disciplinary action.
Students should not involve themselves either directly or indirectly in any form of politics either inside or outside the University during their period of study.
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I register for orientation?
A link will be sent on your mail your registered phone no., the student has to fill the form through that link and a confirmation call will be received by the college to all the students who have registered.
2. Is any financial support given to the students who enroll?
Scholarships are being provided to the eligible students details mentioned in the scholarship column.
3. How to get education loan?
The college (SAITM) steps forward to support in providing all the documents required from the college the University for issuing of loan from any bank.
SAITM has collaborations with State Bank of India Oriental Bank of Commerce for the same.
4. What kinds of Scholarships are available?
Scholarships are provided on following basis:
a) Class xii marks (percentage). A slab is been made and scholarships are given in the form of fee waiver at the time of admission to the students.
b) Cash scholarships are given to the university rank-holders from time to time.
c) Scholarships are given to the students belonging to SC, ST, and OBC as per state central government policies.
5. Why SAITM is charging fewer fees as compared to other private institutions?
SAITM is into the education sector since 28+ years and understands the importance of education at under-graduate level and the urge of the society at the time is graduating young minds who cannot afford higher fees.
6. Fee structure of b.tech?
Fee payable for B.tech per semester 46,000/- INR
7. Fee structure of bba & bca?
Fee payable for BBA per semester 36,000/- INR
Fee payable for BCA per semester 36,000/- INR
8. What are the job prospects of b.tech?
Quality engineers are in high demand everywhere and in every sector whether banking, manufacturing or aviation, whether within our borders or abroad, as the growth pace of this industry is consistently high. India is a particularly important outsourcing hub for clients from different parts of the world. There are plenty of jobs for everyone in posts such as:
Graduate Engineer Trainee
Junior Software Engineers/Programmers
Software Trainee Engineers
9. What is better a degree or a diploma?
10. What is better BBA OR B.com?
11. What are the job prospects of BBA?
BBA graduates can be employed for roles in business management and sales. Some companies also offer roles of a production supervisor, planner and administrator.
BBA graduates seek companies that are involved in the business of manufacturing, construction, retail, and finance. They can also apply for various government agencies. Some of the esteemed job profiles you can attain after a successful completion of BBA are:
Business Administration Researcher
Human Resource Manager
Research and Development Manager
Information Systems Manager
Some of the polished areas where a BBA graduate can look for employment are:
12. What are jobs prospects of BCA?
Students usually start as a Junior Programmer or a Software Tester and then move higher up the ranks to the role of a Senior Programmer. The IT industry is booming in India and you can find many companies with vacancies in IT branches.
While BCA gives students good technology knowledge, it is advisable to complete your MCA to give yourself career wise push. After graduation, a student with a B.Tech degree has greater job opportunities than a student with a BCA. Still, junior programming positions and software testing jobs are available to BCA graduates; from there you can climb up.
13. How to enroll for admission at SAITM?
14. What scholarships are provided at SAITM?
15. What are the eligibility criteria for b.tech?
10+2 with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: (a) Chemistry (b) Bio-Technology (c) Biology/ Technical Vocational subject and minimum 45% marks in aggregate.
16. What is the eligibility for bba & bca?
10+2 with 45% marks in aggregate (42.75% marks for SC/ST candidates of Haryana only)
17. Difference between BCA & B.sc (computer science)?
BSc Computer Science is more concept-oriented while BCA is application-oriented. BCA course will teach you about emerging technology and applications, and gives you a basic idea of commonly used programming languages. However, the BCA course would not provide you with a thorough understanding of the concepts.
18. What is difference between B.Tech & B.E?
The B.Tech. programme is more practical than the BE programme, which is more theoretical. B.E. is more associated with theoretical ideas and principles, while B.Tech. is more focused with the practical implementation of these theories. However, the curriculum for B.E. and B.Tech courses offered by different engineering colleges and institutes is more or less the same. Employers place equal importance on both degrees.
19. What after 12 th bba or bca?
After 10+2, students are clearly perplexed about which course to pursue, which college to join, which college has better placement opportunities etc. Students are boggled and they don’t know what to do.
20. Which is better BCA OR B.Tech?
Both the courses are professional have their own importance. It’s the student’s eligibility capability which decides which course is better for them. A student who has a slight interest in technical and IT areas is confused about what to opt between Bachelor in Computer Applications (BCA) and Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech).
BCA is a 3-year degree programme whereas B.Tech is a 4-year degree programme. Though the two aren’t really comparable as one is an engineering course and the other is a degree course.
21. Who will address the orientation?
The respectable fraternity of the corporates is invited to address the orientation. They motivate & guide the new enrollments for their future. They ignite the light of success in the students mind towards their future goals.
22. How will I get all the information?
All the information about orientation other details and events happening in the college is provided to the students and parents time to time via mail, on calls and text messages on registered contact numbers provided by the students at the time of admission.
23. Does orientation costs anything me to?
No, there are no charges for attending Orientation day at SAITM by the enrolled students. Even parents are also welcome invited for the same.
24. Is it mandatory to attend orientation?
Yes, it is mandatory to attend the orientation that takes place before the start of an academic year at an institution. A variety of events are held to orient and welcome new students. On this day, students get to know more about the college events facilities provided by the college.
25. Can I choose my session date or change as per my reservations?
A session date is being decided in advance informed to the students through various modes such as mail, telephonically, text message a month before. Hence the student is advised to make reservations according to the dates given by the college.