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Now, check your medical seat chances on ‘Examsign’

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A city-based team of budding entrepreneurs has developed a mobile application- Examsign - that would help medical aspirants identify possible colleges in which they may get admission based on their NEET score.
Though a student could have got pass mark or more than the cut-off mark, there is no system at present for him/her to know the colleges they are eligible to get seats, until they are in the medical counselling centre. The android mobile application can help aspirants get a tentative list of colleges that they are eligible to get, according to the developers.
The team has fetched the online data of last year’s NEET results and also the pattern of seats allocated for candidates based on their NEET score under various quotas.

“However, the same data cannot be taken into consideration as passing marks have been reduced this year, resulting in an increase in number of students passing overall,” says P Thirunavukkarasu, co-founder of App-angadi, the company that has developed Examsign.
The mobile app has been developed after several rounds of data analysis and users can change cut off marks in the advanced search option, he said. The team members said that on many occasions students are unsure about their career, for having scored low in NEET and think that they may not get a seat. The app will help such candidates realise that they still stand a chance.
App-angadi came up with this app aiming to help medical aspirants after witnessing the agony of many and the confusion that took place last year. They are into developing applications based on the requirement of educational institutions. More than 1,000 people have downloaded the mobile application and it has been receiving positive feedback.
S Shafeeq, a medical aspirant who used the app said, “Not just government colleges, it shows the database of self-financing medical colleges, where one may get a seat based on their NEET marks.”

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