DASA 2020: Direct Admission of Students Abroad

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DASADASA stands for Direct Admission of Students Abroad. This is a special scheme launched by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD), Government of India, for several UG and PG courses.

This scheme is specially designed for the Foreign Students, Person of Indian Origin living in abroad (POIs), Non-Resident Indians (NRIs), Children of Indian Workers in the Gulf (CIWG), and Overseas Citizen of India (OCI).

Qualifying DASA helps the students join up in India’s top-rated engineering, architecture, designing and management institutions for Under Graduate Courses like Engineering, B.Tech and Post Graduate courses like M.Tech and MBA.

The Institutions functioning under DASA are NITs, IIITs, CFTIs, DTU, SPA and many other government institutions of India offering the degree of B.Tech/M.Tech/MBA.

So, if you wish to travel back to India and get your UG/PG degree from India’s Top notch engineering or management colleges; read the full article.

In this article, students will find every important detail regarding AGRICET – Agriculture Common Entrance Test 2019, Application Form, Admit Card, Exam Pattern, Important Exam Dates, Result, Syllabus, Counselling.


DASA 2020 Important Exam Dates

The dates for DASA 2020 can be found here:

The dates mentioned are tentative and are yet to be announced.

UG Courses:

Events Dates 2020
Opening of application form 2nd week of April
Last date to fill online application form 2nd week of June
Last date for submitting SAT Test Score 2nd week of June
First round of seat allotment Fourth week of June
Seat Confirmation of Round 1 Last week of June
Second Round of seat allotment Last week of June
Seat Confirmation of Round 2 First week of July
Third Round of seat allotment First week of July
Seat Confirmation of Round 3 Second week of July
Choice refilling and new applicants registration 2nd week of July
Fourth Round of seat allotment Third week of July
Seat Confirmation of Round 4 Third week of July
Reporting to allotted Institutions by candidates of all Rounds Fourth week of July
Releasing of vacant seat matrix for spot round Last week of July
Choice refilling and new applicants registration for spot round First week of August
Spot Round against vacant seats & spot round allotment Last week of August
Reporting to allotted Institutions by candidates of spot round 2nd week of August

PG Courses:

Events Dates 2020
Availability of application form 3rd week of April
Last date of application form 4th week of June
Last date for receipt of GRE/GMAT Score (for Round 1 & 2) Last week of June
First round of seat allotment 1st week of July
Seat Confirmation by candidates of Round 1 1st week of July
Second Round of seat allotment 2nd week of July
Seat Confirmation by candidates of Round 2 3rd week of July
Reporting to allotted Institution Last week of July

DASA 2020 Application Form

The candidate following the eligibility criteria will be able to register for the exam, In this section, the candidate will find all the details about DASA 2020 Application Form:

  1. The DASA application forms for UG courses are released during 1st or 2nd week of April, and the last date of form submission is 2nd Week of June.
  2. For the PG Courses, the forms are available during the 3rd week of April and the last date for submission is 4th week of June.
  3. The candidate can fill the form online by following the link given alongside http://www.dasanit.org
  4. The candidate needs to upload scanned picture, sign and all the other documents while filling up the form.
  5. The candidate must be sure about the preference of colleges/Institution and the course that they are choosing while filling up the form.
  6. The candidate must check and re-check before final submission of the form.
  7. After the form is completely filled, the candidate must pay the registration fee and the tuition fee for the 1st sem.
  8. Do not forget to download and keep a print copy of the duly filled form with yourself.

DASA 2020 Application Fee

Category

Registration Fee 1st Sem. Fee Total

General

US $300 US $4000 US $4300

SAARC Country Resident

US $300 US $2000 US $2300

Note: The Registration Fee is not refundable at any cost.


DASA 2020 Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for DASA UG Courses vary from that of PG Courses. Please read the below-mentioned information carefully before applying.

Courses

Criteria

UG Courses The applicant must hold Foreign Nationality or must be a Persons of Indian Origin not living in India, or Non-Resident Indian or Overseas Citizen of India or Children of Indian Worker in the Gulf countries.

The applicant must be 24 or above in age. That is, his/her Date of Birth must be October 1st, 1994 or later.

The applicant must be a 10+2 appearing or must have cleared 10+2 with aggregate 60% (min) or CGPA 6.50 (Min) with board recognized by Indian Universities Association.

The compulsory subjects are Maths, Physics and anyone subject amongst Chemistry/Biology/ Bio-Tech/ Computer Sci.

PG Courses The nationality criteria for PG Courses are similar as for UG Courses.

The applicant must be appearing for final exam of their UG Course or must have cleared four or five years of UG course in engineering/ technology or other equivalent courses.

The minimum marks obtained in UG Course must be 60% or 6.50 CGPA.

The applicant must have appeared and qualified GRE/GMAT exam.

Those appearing for M.Tech, M.Arch, M.Des or M.Plan must have appeared and qualified GRE.

These tests are organized in the month of August or after.

Those applying for MBA must have appeared and qualified GMAT.

There are no age bars for PG Courses.


DASA 2020 Exam Pattern

In this section, you will find the exam pattern of 2020 DASA.

UG Courses

Mode Of Exam Online
Duration Of Exam 3 Hours 45 Minutes
Types Of Questions  Multiple Choice Questions
No. of Questions 2400
Marking Scheme 1 Mark for each Right answer
Negative Marking

No Response

0.50 Marks for each wrong answer

0 Marks

Language Of Paper  English

Subjects

Total No. Of Questions

Reading 52
Writing & Language 44
Maths(No Calculator) 20
Maths(No Calculator) 38
Essay 1
Total 155

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The last date for submitting SAT marks is in the second week of June.

PG Courses

GRE

Mode Of Exam Online
Duration Of Exam  3Hours 45 Minutes
Types Of Questions  Multiple Choice Questions
No. Of Questions 80
Marking Scheme 1 Mark for each Right answer
Negative Marking

No Response

0 Marks
Language Of Paper  English

GMAT

Mode Of Exam Online
Duration Of Exam  3Hours 50 Minutes
Types Of Questions  Multiple Choice Questions
No. Of Questions 80
Marking Scheme 1 Mark for each Right answer
Negative Marking

No Response

 

0 Marks

Language Of Paper  English

GRE and GMAT

Subjects

Total No. of Questions

Analytical Writing 2 questions
Verbal Reasoning 40 questions
Quantitative Reasoning 40 questions

There are two other sections too in which the number of questions varies.


DASA 2020 Result

  • After the whole process is complete, and the application is received by the authority of India, a separate list is prepared.
  • This list prepared according to the marks scored by the student in their academic exam, a score of qualifying exam (SAT/GRE/GMAT) and the course preference filled by them in the form.
  • In this procedure, those who fill their qualifying exam score on time is given preference.

DASA 2020 Counselling

  • Those applicants shortlisted in the merit list are then invited to appear for a counselling session.
  • These sessions are held through online mode.
  • The applicants are then allotted their seats according to their scores in college and course preference.

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DASA 2020 FAQ’S

How will I get the DASA Admit Card?

The admit card can be downloaded by the official website.

Is there a difference between Hall Ticket and Admit Card for DASA?

No there is no different in the hall ticket and admit card for DASA.

Where can I report mistakes in my DASA to admit card?

You need to contact the conducting authorities immediately if you find any discrepancies in your DASA admit card.

For any queries regarding DASA 2020, please comment below.

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