Completes 11th From Maharashtra Board. Shifted For 12th From Bahrain, Eligible For DASA Quota ?
My Son V*****C E******i has done STd VII till STD X from NPS Singapore CBSE Board. STD XI he has done from Maharashtra board.
We are planning to shift to Bahrain in next few months . If he does CBSE XII from Bahrain will he be eligible for NRI Quota.
If he is doing STD XII from maharashtra state board in India , and I go to bahrain will he be eligible for NRI sponsor quota and what are difference between NRI Quota and NRI Sponsor Quota .
How Test prep kart can help him to prepare for JEE Mains and our target is NIIT or other top colleges only.
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Hi, If the candidates studied his higher study like 11th and 12th from outside India then only students are eligible for DASA Scheme.
DASA Category for students, DASA is only valid for engineering courses in India, Like B.Tech, B.E, B.Arch, and B.Plan.
Eligibility Criteria For Qualify for DASA Scheme
1. Candidate Should Get Minimum 60% Marks In 11th and 12th Class.
2. He Should Complete His Higher Study 10th and 12th From Abroad.
3. There Is No Age Limit For JEE 2021, Candidate Who Passed 12th In the Year 2019 or 2020 Can Appear For JEE 2021.
If The Candidate Pursue His 11th and 12th From Abroad Then He Is Eligible For DASA Category And Can Apply For JEE Main.
After Getting a Valid Score in JEE Main, Candidate Can Apply For- NIT's, IIIT's, CFTI's, State Govt. College.
Candidate Can Also Prepare For Top 23 IIT's Of India Through JEE Advance Entrance Exam.
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Difference Between NRI Quota & NRI Sponsored
In NRIQuota the person means the student or person is of Indian origin and is not residing in India. NRI Sponsored Quota is mainly used during admission in colleges and all. This means that the student or person is sponsored by an NRI for his studies.
The NRI Quota is specially reserved in Indian government colleges for those candidates who are PIO or OCI children. But, NRI Sponsored Quota category seats are offered to those candidates who have their permanent residence in India simply because an NRI relative is paying their fee, which is considerably higher than the fee paid by candidates entering the same college through the common merit list.
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