JEE Main 2020 College Predictor: Any student or JEE Main aspirant knows the difficulty and stress of waiting for the declaration of JEE Main Results that only happens months after the Exam is conducted. By utilizing the JEE Main 2020 College Predictor, students can make an informed plan for the upcoming Counselling & Admission process that will follow the declaration of the results. That way, the student is well prepared to know exactly where he is placed not only in terms of marks and rank but also in which college he will eventually join.
The College Predictor Tool utilizes a complex algorithm while combining college lists with All India Scores and seat availability to give the student the most accurate possible representation of their chances of entering their college of choice, be it any IIT, CFTI, NIT, etc.
About JEE Main 2020 College & Seat Allocation
The seat allocation process is conducted under the aegis of the Ministry of Human Resources Development (MHRD) through the creation of the Joint Seat Allocation Authority or JSSA. The JSSA will determine the number of seats available at every eligible College in India, by category of courses.
The JSSA is also responsible for determining (based on existing govt. regulations) the seat allocations for various categories of applicants including General, SC/ST, OBC, Transgenders & Female categories.
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|Diploma Course||Management Courses|
|Paramedical Courses||Distance Courses|
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Using the College Predictor Tool
Using the College Predictor Tool is immensely easy. It simply requires the candidates to enter their projected rank, category of reservation (if any) and preferred list of colleges.
The College Predictor Tool will of course also require basic personal information such as the candidate’s JEE Application Number, Name, Phone Number, District & State information, etc.
The College Predictor Tool has access to a massive database of not only current but past applicants as well as the list of seat allocation and distribution. Based on this data, the College Predictor Tool will determine the student’s project eligibility for admission into their preferred list of colleges.
JEE Main 2020 College Assessment
By utilizing the College Predictor Tool, candidates are taking their future into their own hands. Once they have received a basic assessment of their rank, cut off, seat availability and final eligibility for college admission the student will be able to choose according to their requirements what college is best suited to their academic and future professional needs.
The JEE Main 2020 College Predictor will also take into account the Branch choices and seat availability for those Branches in individual colleges. In a technical program such as that of the JEE Main, candidates will have to ultimately decide which branch of their colleges and studies they will need to enroll in – to reach their maximum potential.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
ANS: no algorithm can give a candidate their 100% accurate determination of their admission eligibility until the JEE Main Results are declared, the JEE Main 2020 College Predictor is very close to providing the student with a fair idea of where they might end up.
ANS: College Predictor Tool will provide users with the maximum and minimum projected ranks acceptable for admission into various IITs. It is common knowledge that though IITs are individually ranked amongst themselves, some IITs are preferred for particular streams over others and this affects the usual rank dispensation. This will be accounted for.
ANS: The tool can be utilized both before and after the Results Declaration as the Counselling Process takes place later.
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|Diploma Course||Paramedical Courses|
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