After the conduction of offline test, that is pen-paper exam of JEE Main, answer keys and solutions have been uploaded by most of the institutions on their sites, Career Point has taken one step ahead and developed a web application called Rank Predictor to predict the probable rank of the students.
Students have to register on Career Point’s website with name, calculated marks to be obtained in JEE Main along with the details of the board and expected or percentage marks in the board. The application will predict the Rank on the basis of these parameters taking into account the weightage of the board percentage. In fact the application also provides information to the students regarding their eligibility for JEE Advanced as per category through probable cut off marks.
Apart from this the team Career Point is also providing extended counseling support to all JEE Main aspirants in one to one manner at CP Tower, Kota regarding the branch and college at the particular rank. What best a student can get at a particular rank, which college and branch along with various other career options available to them. Moreover, students may ask their personal query to Career Point experts between 10:00 am to 6:00 pm telephonically on helpline number 0744-5151200 to clear their doubts.
Career Point’s Academic Director Mr. Shailendra Maheshwari said that “This is a very good support provided to students by Career Point’s Academic team as sometimes students fail to take the right decision in absence of proper knowledge, guidance and information. The objective is to guide them for their career and help in filling counseling options as per their best. Further he added that the counseling process of JEE Main is more complex than JEE Advanced as various permutation and combinations are available but due to lack of right information students generally get confused and failed to understand the process.”
A snapshot of JEE Main Rank Predictor is shown below:
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