DASA 2017 Application Form
DASA is Direct Admission of Students Abroad. It is a scheme of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, for admission to NITs, IITs, and SPAs and other centrally funded and premier technical institutes. This exam is conducted in order to help the candidates to get admissions in UG programmes in Engineering/Architecture/Planning for the respective academic year.
DASA 2017 Exam Date/Important Event Dates
Submission of Online Application : First Week of April 2017
Last Date for Receipt of SAT Subject Test Score for Round I,II,III : First week of June 2017
Round I allotment : First week of June 2017
Round II allotment : Mid of June 2017
Round III allotment : Last week of June 2017
Last Date for receipt of SAT subject Test Score for Round IV : First week of July 2017
Spot Round Against Vacant Seats : Last of July 2017
Reporting to allotted institutes by candidates : First Week of August 2017
Eligibility Criteria for DASA2017
AGE: Only Applicants Born on or after October 1 , 1992 can appear.
Academics: Applicant must have successfully passed the 10+2 examination. The subjects should be Physics,Mathematics and any one of the subjects from Chemistry/Biotechnology/Computer Science/Biology.
Residential Requirement: Applicant must be Foreign National/Person of Indian Origin/Overseas Citizen OF India who have completed the qualifying examination in any country (including India).
Reqirements for DASA 2017
Visa Requirement: All of the selected Foreign Nationals must obtain a valid student’s Visa as applicable to their category issued by the Indian Missions Board.
Medical Examination: The applicants are advised to ensure that they are medically fit to pursue the prescribed course of study. The applicants will be required to submit a medical certificate of well being from an Authorized Medical Practitioner.
Accomodation : Most of the institutes are residential and the students will be required to reside in the campus itself.
DASA MERIT LIST
A merit list of all the eligible candidates would be drawn on the basis of total SAT subject Test Scores Only.
If SAT subject test scores are same of two or more applicants then,
-Marks obtained in SAT Subject test for maths Level 2 followed by physics.If this doesn’t help in solving the problem then, the older candidate will be given Merit.
-The decision of DASA 2017 Core Committee in this regard will be the final decision.