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According to latest survey of higher education in all over India, there are almost 799 Universities, 39,701 Colleges and 11,923 Standalone Institutions available to provide highly efficient education to the students.
The NRI quota means, Admission quota/reservation for Non Resident Indians [NRI] children of Indian
workers in abroad [NRI sub-category], Persons of Indian Origin [PIO] and Foreign Nationals [Self
Financed Foreign Students]
NRI Quota is an umbrella term which is generally missed by the public and it not only includes NRIs, but also Person of Indian Origin (PIO), Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) and Foreign Nationals. Aforementioned categories are given a predetermined number of seats in the government funded institutes.
A NRI person who is an Indian citizen but has migrated to another country. Reasons behind his migration
may be work, education, residence or any other purpose. NRI is also termed as overseas Indian or
expatriate Indian. NRI holds Indian passport and temporary migrated.
The supernumerary quota which is allotted by Institutes of India for the Non-Resident Indians is known as NRI quota. In few particular schemes (of such Quota), the Persons of Indian Origin (PIO), & Overseas Citizens of India (OCI) can also apply.
NRI Quota in Private Colleges: Such Institutes may take admissions of NRI Students under either management quota or NRI Quota. In both such cases, fees for the entire course is higher than the general students' fees. Hence, NRI Students end up paying much higher amount than what the general candidates pay.
NRI Quota in Government Colleges: For a few reputed government/centrally funded Institutes, the government itself has laid down strict schemes to provide reservation/quota to the NRI Students. One such scheme is DASA Scheme & its subset which is the CIWG Scheme. Under these 2 schemes, the NRI / PIO / OCI & even foreign candidates can take admissions in renowned Technical Institutes of India including- NITs, IIITs, CFIs & SPAs.
Candidates must have passed the qualifying examination i.e. senior secondary or any other examination
equivalent to 12 years of schooling in India.
Must have minimum aggregate marks of 60% or 6.75 CGPA on 10 point Scale or Equivalent Grades in all the subject of the qualifying examination.
Indian nationals seeking admissions should have studied abroad for a minimum period of five years (including the qualifying examination is XI & XII Standards) during the last eight years.
The students should also qualify for NEET conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA), after
qualifying the exam the student has to register for the counselling with proper authority
You can apply for NEET (which is the only exam for MBBS, BDS etc.) and compete for All India 15% quota seats. there are some government medical colleges which offer reserved seats for NRI but the number of seats are very less.
Under Medical Council of India MCI Guidelines for MBBS Admission under NRI Quota
The percentage of NRI students to be admitted for MBBS shall not exceed 15% of total intake.
The following guidelines shall be followed for admission to NRI students.