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Frequently Asked Questions.

No, you don’t have to pay anything for the trial; it’s completely free. No credit card required.

Yes, you can change your batch or faculty. You simply need to inform the academic team, and they will assist you in transitioning to your preferred faculty or batch.

Yes, we provide additional one-on-one classes for exam preparation upon request.

YES, NITs, IIITs, and some other prestigious institutes have reserved seats for NRI students under the DASA (Direct Admission of Students Abroad) scheme. The DASA quota accounts for 15% of the total seats in these institutes. Admissions are based on the candidate’s JEE Main rank.

DASA stands for Direct Admissions of Students Abroad, a scheme introduced by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, India, for Foreign Nationals/Persons of Indian Origin (PIOs)/Non-Resident Indians (NRIs)/Overseas Citizen of India (OCI) students. It facilitates admissions to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Engineering, Architecture Design, and Management Programs in India’s premier institutions.

CIWG is a scheme started by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India for the children of Indian expatriates (NRIs / PIOs / OCls) in Gulf countries looking for admissions at the premier Indian Institutes (NITs / CFTIs / IIITs … SPAs .. etc) through the DASA scheme.

CIWG Scheme explicitly applies to students in Saudi Arabia Oman, Bahrain, Kuwait, Dubai, and Abu Dhabi.

There is a total of 15% of average seats reserved for DASA Candidates Out of which 1/3 are reserved for CIWG Candidates.

Yes, it is indeed more accessible for candidates under the CIWG scheme to secure admission in NITs and IIITs if they utilize the NRI quota. Looking at the statistics from the previous year, two of our students with percentiles ranging between 78-82 successfully secured admissions in IIITs and NITs. To achieve this score, they needed to obtain a minimum of 62-87 marks in JEE Mains out of the total 300 marks, which can be reasonably attained with the class 12th syllabus. With a bit of additional effort, they could aim for a score around 90, translating to a percentile of 90. This demonstrates that, with strategic preparation, candidates can enhance their chances of securing admissions in esteemed institutions.

NRI students can register for the JEE exam by visiting the official website of NTA JEE Main at The registration process involves filling out the online application form and downloading or taking a printout of the confirmation page for future reference.

Direct Admission to Student Abroad program (“DASA”) Information Brochure mandating Indian Nationals to complete at least two years of education, including their 11th and 12th grade of education in a Foreign Country during the last eight years, and further mandatory.

The total number of seats under the DASA Scheme in the year 2021 was 3211 after the special round. Out of 2141 reserved for DASA candidates, 1071 were reserved for CIWG candidates.

NRI students can attempt JEE Mains twice a year. Each attempt requires a separate application and examination fee.

No, there is no specific NRI quota in IITs. NRI students must qualify for JEE Advanced, like Indian students, and admissions are based on their scores. To get into IITs, students must first clear JEE Main and then JEE Advanced.

No, NRI students cannot secure admissions in NITs under the NRI quota through DASA alone, as DASA admissions now require a valid JEE Main score and rank instead of SAT scores.

NRI students admitted through JEE Main pay the same fee as Indian students in NITs. However, those admitted via the DASA scheme are subject to higher fees. CIWG candidates pay the same fee as Indian nationals.