Changes in DASA/ CIWG Scheme 2021-22 : Admissions on the Basis of JEE Main Rank
According to DASA NIT website and NTA (Via Ministry of Education) - From DASA 2021-22 onwards, admissions will be based on JEE Main Ranks. What does this mean for CIWG and NRI students who want to take admission in NITs and IIITs through DASA 2021? What will be the new rules of DASA and how to clear the JEE Main exam?
Here we are answering all the queries of CIWG/ NRI/ OCI/ PIO/ Foreign National students regarding DASA 2021.
Is the DASA Scheme Available for 2021-22?
Yes, the DASA Scheme for Direct Admission in NITs, IIITs is available for CIWG/ NRI/ PIO/ OCI/ Foreign students. It's just that from the 2021-22 session, DASA admissions will be on the basis of JEE Main Ranks.
Will SAT Subject Scores be Considered for Admission through DASA from 2021?
No, SAT Subject Scores will no longer be valid for DASA 2021 admissions. From 2021 onwards, DASA admissions will be based on JEE Main ranks.
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What's the Criteria for CIWG candidates for DASA 2021-22?
Just like other NRI/ PIO/ OCI students, Children of Indian Workers in Gulf Countries (CIWG) have to clear JEE Main for admission through DASA scheme. The fee and other criteria will be the same for CIWG candidates from countries like Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, etc. Related Page : CIWG Category DASA Scheme.
Which Grade Students have to give JEE Main for Admission through DASA?
Students who are in grade 12 or below (in the 2020-21 session) will have to take the JEE Main exam for Admission through DASA.
Is there a Rollback possible for this new DASA rule?
Neither we can predict nor assume that there can be a rollback of the new DASA rule. As of now, CIWG/ NRI students who are targeting DASA 2021 and later should start their preparation for JEE Main. Read NTA notice on DASA.
What will be the Qualifying exam criteria for DASA 2021-22?
The qualifying exam criteria will be the same for DASA. You should have a minimum score of 60% in your Grade 12 Board Exam. DASA applicants should have completed Mathematics, Physics and one of the subjects from (Chemistry, Biotechnology, Computer Science, Biology) in 11th AND / OR 12th, as applicable in the respective boards.
How should a DASA/ CIWG candidate prepare for the JEE Main Exam?
As a DASA/CIWG candidate preparing for JEE Main, you should learn time management, discipline, following a routine, and clear basic concepts well. Create a daily study schedule covering all 3 subjects. Make sure you achieve your daily or weekly targets. If you join an online coaching for JEE Main, you just have to follow your teachers and complete your homework/ assignments on time.
How many times a DASA 2021 candidate has to appear for JEE Main - 1, 2, 3 or 4?
DASA 2021 candidates can give JEE Main once, twice, thrice or four times, as many times as they want. DASA aspirants can appear for all the JEE Main sessions (February, March, April, May), in order to improve their JEE Main scores.
Is JEE Main and SAT preparation same or different for DASA students?
JEE Main and SAT preparation is a bit different due to the type and level of questions asked in both the exams. SAT tests your basic skills and aptitude in subjects whereas JEE Main requires in-depth understanding and practice of solving problems. If you prepare well for JEE Main, then you can get good scores in SAT 2 subject tests - Physics, Chemistry and Math.
How should a DASA/ CIWG candidate manage JEE Main and Board Exams?
JEE Main tests students on the basis of grade 11 and 12 PCM topics and concepts. JEE Main basically focuses on the application of knowledge. So firstly you have to acquire the knowledge with clear concepts, this will take care of your Board exams. For JEE Main, you need more practice and fast problem solving using various results and tricks. Related Page : Managing JEE and Board Exams Preparation.
How much Rank in JEE Main is required for Admission through DASA?
JEE Main Rank and cut-offs for DASA scheme will be informed later. The merit list for Admission under DASA category will be prepared by NTA separately. As of now, you should target to clear JEE Main with the top rank to get admission in best NIT or IIIT.
How can an NRI or Foreign Student Crack JEE Main for DASA in 2021-22?
NRI and Foreign students can crack JEE Main for DASA 2021-22 by enrolling in JEE online coaching. Study from the best JEE faculty at the comfort of your home through online classes. Benefits of Mystudycart online coaching for JEE Main - Live classes, short batches, focus on an individual student, proper counseling, excellent study material, free practice tests, online assessment and regular monitoring.
Do I Need Coaching to Clear JEE Main for DASA?
Yes, you should join coaching to clear JEE Main for DASA. Coaching classes provides students a balanced approach where they can prepare for JEE Main in a consistent way and at the same time they can do good in school. The teachers will not just help you in solving problems or clearing doubts, but will keep a constant watch on your study methods and preparation level.
Best Online Coaching for JEE Main DASA 2021-22
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One of the benefits of joining Mystudycart is that if you are not enrolled in a regular online classroom course, you can purchase a customized package for JEE Main (which includes only the topics or chapters you want to study). You’ll be allotted the number of hours that are required to complete your topics.
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