Pritish Dass (date of birth unknown) was a East Pakistani cricketer who played a single first-class match for East Pakistan during the 1954–55 season. Dass first appeared for East Pakistan in a match played against the Pakistan national cricket team during the 1952–53 season. His first and only first-class match came against a Combined Services team in November 1954, during the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, which was East Pakistan's first match at first-class level. In the match, played at the Club Ground in Dhaka, Dass opened the bowling with Athar Ali in each innings, but was not used for long by the team's captain, Mohammad Sarwar, and failed to take a wicket from his seven overs, conceding 32 runs. He did not play any further matches at first-class level.