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1) Best AIEEE Colleges- 2008 Analysis


3) How to get good marks in CBSE XII Board exam?

4)  NRI / PIO scholarships- Scheme SPDC

5) Which Engg Branch to Choose in AIEEE : Electronics (ECE) or Computers (CSE)?

6) MS from US or MTech from India

7) New IITs or top NITs?

8) CAT 2009 and Mouse

9) Any Magic Tricks for IIT-JEE and AIEEE?

10) MBBS Options in Top Private Medical Colleges in India under NRI Quota

11) SAT: Test Pattern, Good Scores, Tuition fees and Scholarships

12) Admission to IIMs & B-schools through GMAT for NRIs

13) List of New IIMs, IITs, NITs, IIITs, AIIMS & Central Univ

14) Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) Exams- How to Crack Them?

15) AIEEE Exam- How to Crack It?

16) How to Crack AIPMT Exam?

17)  Scholarship for NRI/PIO- SPDC 2010-11

18) DASA Scheme 2010-11 thru NITK-Surathkal

19) SAT II Subject Tests: Everything About It

20) IIT JEE 2010 Question Paper with Solution

21) AIEEE 2010 Question Paper. Answer n Cut-off

22) DASA/NRI Engg admissions- Discussion


4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by vidya on March 1, 2010 at 2:23 pm

    My daughter is a OCI card holder studying In India for the past 3 years. Can she apply to government medical colleges like JIPMER

    • Dear Vidya,
      The only way for admissions to govt medical colleges is thru competitive exams (AIPMT, state CETs etc) as there is no separate quota for NRI/OCI/FN. On the other hand, all private medical colleges have 10-15% reservations for NRIs.

  2. Posted by Jessy Joseph on April 11, 2010 at 9:48 am

    Dear sir,
    My ward is studying in gulf since last 8 years.She has passed 11th standard.As we are planning to move to India.Can she appear for the AIEEE if she completes her 12th std in India.
    Pls reply me as soon as possible.


    • Dear Jessy,
      AIEEE exam can be given irrespective of where you do your 12th std. Therefore, your daughter would be eligible to apply for AIEEE. However, she would not be eligible for DASA quota for NRIs which is applicable for NRIs children doing 11/12 from abroad.


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