DASA Cutoff 2019

23 Mar, 2019

DASA Cutoff 2019– DASA (Direct Admission of Students Abroad) is a conceptualized scheme scheduled by MHRD of Indian Government to provide NRIs, PIOs, OCIs and foreign nationals with the opportunity to study in one of the reputed and renowned institutes within India. Those Students who get selected through DASA are given the chance to study in IITs, IIETs, SPAs and other Premier Technical Institutes. DASA considers SAT and GRE/GMAT test marks along with the preference of the candidate to allot them with institutes across India. There are around 45 institutes under DASA UG courses. Since there are limited seats in these institutes, let us know about the details of DASA Cutoff 2019 that can provide us with the opportunity to gain knowledge from one of these institutes. The government of India, under DASA, would next selection procedure of candidates for its top level institutes starting from 2 April 2019 with the availability of application form. Every year DASA reveals its Cutoff score at the end of the allotment rounds. DASA consists of 4 rounds. The DASA Cutoff 2019 marks are more likely to be high as the Cutoff marks increase with each year, therefore all the candidates are advised to learn and study hard to get good marks in SAT and GRE/GMAT subject tests.

Latest Update: Official notification along with important dates related to DASA Application Form 2019 is announced. 

DASA Important Dates 2019

    The following are the important dates related to SAT Tests that one should remember:

    2018-19 SAT Dates Suggested Prep Dates
    Oct 6, 2018 (Saturday) August – September
    Nov 3, 2018 (Saturday) September – October
    Dec 1, 2018 (Saturday) October – November
    Mar 9, 2019 (Saturday) Jan – Feb 2019


    Now, let know all the important GRE/GMAT 2018 dates:

    EXAM Date Normal Deadline Late Registration
    6TH Oct 2018 31ST Aug 18 7th Sept 18
    3RD Nov 2018 21st Sept 18 28th Sept 18
    2ND  Feb 2019 21st Dec 18 28th Dec 18


    Factors that determine DASA Cutoff 2019

    The DASA 2018 period had moderate Cutoff in comparison with the last year. Below are factors for determine Cutoff and can be considered to predict DASA Cutoff 2019

    • The more the difficulty level of the DASA the higher would be its Cutoff
    • If the number of candidates appearing would be high then the Cutoff percentage would also rise in order to get the best candidates get selected?
    • Qualified candidates- if the number of qualified candidates would be less, then the Cutoff would become low. on the other hand, if DASA gets high number of qualified candidates than it would lead to the rise of the Cutoff
    • Number of seats- The number of seats have an inverse relationship with Cutoff, i.e., if the number of seats is less than the Cutoff would be high, whereas if the seats are more than the Cutoff would be quite less.
    • Ranking of Institute- The higher an institute would be in the ranking chart the more would be its Cutoff percentage.
    • DASA 2017 Cutoff 1st Round

    The following are the few of the year 2017 DASA Cutoff marks of DASA and its particular institutes:

    Institute and Branch CIWG Non-CIWG
    DTU, Delhi 1910 1820
    Biotechnology 2160 2180
    Civil 1970 1840
    Computer Engineering (CE) 2390 2370
    ECE 2370 2290
    EE 2080 1820
    Engg. Physics 1910
    Environment Engg. 1950 1950
    IT 2340 2330
    Mathematics & Computing 2400 2320
    Mech Engg With Spec.In Automotive Engg. 2400 2070
    Mechanical Engg. 2240 2360
    Production & Industrial Engg 1920 2200
    Software Engg 2260 2350
    IIIT Delhi 2230 2220
    Computer Science and Applied Mathematics 2350 2340
    Computer Science and Design 2400
    CSE 2400 2380
    ECE 2230 2220
    Information Technology and Social Sciences 2370



    The DASA Cutoff 2019 is a very important factor that decides whether you would get admission order DASA scheme or not. Therefore study hard and get great test scores in SAT OR GRE/GMAT for getting admission in good and reputed institutes for doing UG or PG courses respectively. Remember if you get good marks in SAT or GRE/GMAT than only you would be able to get admission in great colleges. Study hard, perform better and secure your future.


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