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Education Portal Shiksha.com Unveils Revolutionary College Predictor Tool

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Popular education website Shiksha.com has come up with a new tool for assisting millions of students who wish to become engineers. The launch of JEE Main 2014 College Predictor Tool is going to help aspiring students in predicting their colleges on the basis of their expected scores of the JEE Main exam 2014. This is a pioneering development by the portal. It will help the candidates find colleges that are suitable for them based on their branch. They will also be able to determine the cut-off scores for their desired institute. This way they can evaluate which branch and which college they will be seeking admission to.

About IIT JEE Exam

The Joint Entrance Examination or the IIT JEE is an entrance exam whose results determine whether an aspirant will get admission to an undergraduate engineering course at the premier institutes like the NITs, the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIITs) and centrally funded technical institutes.

As per the decision of The Central Board of Secondary Education in 2013, the JEE entrance test is split into two different parts – JEE Main and JEE Advanced. The first paper of JEE Main will be the B. E. or B. Tech. and will serve as the eligibility test for the next JEE Advanced exam. The JEE Main is a computer based test conducted through the Local Area Network to keep the examination uninterrupted and safe. A news report by Times of India revealed that in 2014 only the top qualifying 1.5 Lac candidates will be able to take the JEE Advanced exam.

How to Use the Tool

The JEE Main 2014 Rank Predictor is an easy-to-use tool with simple drop-down options to choose from. Here’s how you can now foresee your future –

Enter JEE Main Rank – Begin by entering the rank you are expecting in the JEE Main exam. Fill it in the space provided on the right side. A candidate can guess his ranking according to the marks expected in the JEE Main. To do so, click on the ‘Find your rank’ options.

Choose rank type – The net step involves selecting the rank type. You may choose between the available options of ‘Home State Rank’ and ‘Other rank.’

Opt for a category – Like any other admission form, this section requires you to choose your category from a list of available options like general, backward classes, general physically disabled, backward classes physically disabled, schedule caste physically disabled, schedule caste, schedule tribe and schedule tribe physically disabled categories.

 

Select Your Round of Counselling – Here, you will have to click on a counselling round. Choose from the following counselling sessions – Round 1, Round 2, Round 3, Extra spot round or Spot round. This step is going to help you ascertain the colleges offered to you based on your rank.

The prediction/assessment for Round 1 is established on the AIEEE 2012 round closing ranks, while the prediction for the remaining rounds is done on the closing ranks JEE Main 2013.

Finally, you have to click on the search button which will then present a comprehensive list of 15 institutes where you can be offered admission. If you wish to see more colleges in this list, you can click on ‘load more results.’

Author bio: Devika Arora is a professional writer who compiles relevant facts and analyzes the current state of affairs pertaining to education. The given write-up offers facts for students who seek admission to engineering colleges through IIT JEE.


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