SIAS is secular in outlook and welcomes students from all castes, creeds, religions, and linguistic backgrounds to be a part of the Sampurna Fraternity.
The institute selects students who are eligible for higher education through a well-administered mechanism which complies with the educational norms of the University. The admission is based on entrance test and interview conducted by the admission committee, the marks secured in the qualifying examinations as well as the experience and aptitude of the candidate for a helping profession.
Application / Selection process
The completed application along with supporting documents may be submitted on all working days at the office of admissions or could be sent through Registered Post or Courier service to :
Sampurna Institute of Advanced Studies, Old Madras Road, Indirnagar P O., Bangalore 560038.
Following enclosures need to be submitted along with the duly filled in application forms.-
- Marks List/Transcript of
(a) X Class (b) Class XII (c) Graduation mark sheets of all semesters/years.
- Birth Certificate or an examination certificate showing date of birth
- Medical fitness certificate from a competent medical practitioner
- One page write up stating your reasons for applying for the course (statement of purpose)
- Two recommendation letters* (original as per the format)
(Preferably one from the HOD of the institute last attended), which should reach the Principal directly or along with the application in an envelope sealed and signed. (Family members or relatives cannot give the recommendation letters).
* For Religious / Priests: Recommendation Letter from the Provincial / Bishop
Registration fee: ₹ 500 for Indian Nationals & Citizens of other SAARC Countries; US $ 35 for other foreign nationals
Mode of payment
Demand Draft favouring “Sampurna Institute of Advanced Studies” payable at Bangalore / Bank Transfer.
Name of the Account :- Sampurna Institute of Advanced Studies
Account No :- 15350100058371
Bank and Branch Federal Bank, Indiranagar Branch
IFSC FDRL 0001535