DASA/ NRI Quota

Following links have resources related to NRI Quota for engineering, medical and MBA.

DASA Scheme 2011 Guidelines and Procedure

DASA Scheme 2011-FAQ-SAT2

DASA Scheme: List of Colleges and Seat Matrix- NRI Quota

SAT2-Subject-Test-PCM-syllabus-pattern

SAT 2 Subject Test-Convert raw scores to SAT score-Physics-Chemistry-Maths

Medical Colleges-NRI Quota

MCI Approved medical colleges

Ranking of Top Medical Colleges of India

Manipal University Prospectus and Fee structure for 2011-12 (common for all courses)

SRMC Chennai MBBS Prospectus and Fee Structure for NRIs

Dayanand Medical College Prospectus and fee structure for NRIs

Engineering Colleges- NRI Quota/DASA Scheme

India Today Top 25 Engineering College

Top 100 Engineering Colleges

NRI/ PIO SPDC Schol booklet with Institutes List having MOU with EdCIL

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5 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by R Krishnan on February 27, 2010 at 9:08 pm

    Dear Raj,

    I have been following your web site for the past 1 month and appreciate your efforts in providing the clarification and crisp replies to the querries raised by various NRIs.Thanks!

    Pl elaborate on the procedure of admissions to the institutes(non DASA schme, handled by EDCIL) is to be approached

    • Dear Krishnan,
      Thanks for your compliments. Please go thru EdCIL website (refer: http://www.educationindia4u.nic.in/download.asp) and download Self-Financing Candidate application form. Before you send your draft and form to EdCIL, do check with them if the form on their website is suitable for 2010-11 academic year (it’s a public sector company and it’s always better to check with them). For non-DASA application, you may consider to apply yourself directly to your target institute as it’s allowed (unless you are a foreign national).
      Regards
      Raj

  2. Posted by smruti pradhan on March 19, 2010 at 10:55 am

    THANK YOU SIR FOR DOING AN EXCELLENT JOB.SIR I WILL BE PASSING +2 THIS YEAR FROM ABU DHABI.SIR I LIKE CHEMISTRY.CAN U PLEASE SUGGEST WHICH BRANCH’ES OF ENGINEERING WILL BE SUITABLE FOR ME.

    • To arrive on a proper career decision, first of all please decide why you like chemistry- is it because you get good marks in chemistry- or are you not very comfortable with other two subjects ie. physics/maths- or do you have a very genuine interest in learning the concepts behind the subject. Chemical Engineering is not only about chemistry but also requires fundamental application of physics (eg. thermodynamics) and lot of complex mathematical models involving topics like calculus. It also requires a lot of lab work/reports in college.
      The bottomline is that if you genuinely like all of above, pursue this branch just like ‘Rancho’ and the rewards are truly awesome as Oil and Gas & Energy sector are well-paid sector. By the way, I work in a refinery and have interactions with Chemical Engineers on daily-basis.
      Regards
      Raj

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