Introduction of ANUMAAN

ANUMAAN or Prediction is a complex task, it involves deep knowledge about the topic, extensive planning, research and trust in one’s abilities. When these things combine, one can make predictions (ANUMAAN). And it becomes even more critical, when you must predict your own future. However, making a prediction puts a seal of your trust and belief in your abilities and pushes you to achieve the prediction you have made yourself.

With these thoughts, we launch another new initiative called “ANUMAAN”. It is a competition, where you predict your own percentage in class 10th & 12th (Maths & Bio) Board Exam, JEE Main (Both Attempt), JEE Advanced, NEET and AIIMS in 2019 and WIN prizes based on accuracy of your prediction. Students with the best predictions will win the cash prizes and scholarship in Resonance (JEE Main, Pre-Medical and PSPD Division at Kota).

ANUMAAN is not only for students, but teachers and principals can also participate in this event. Teachers who are teaching Mathematics and Science in class 10th & Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics & Biology in class 12th and schools where students are studying in class 10th and 12th (Maths & Bio only) can participate and win prizes.

These predictions will help students to gauge their board performance and commitment towards their target. For teachers and principals also, it is an opportunity to assess expected performance of their students and put a commitment to it.

Who can participate

Students

  • Students who are in class 10th.
  • Students who are in class 12th (Math and Bio Stream only)
  • Student can be of any National, State, Open or International Board within Indian Territory.
  • Can be of any medium.
  • Parents can also participate on behalf of students

Teachers

  • Teaching Mathematics and Science in class 10th
  • Teaching Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology in class 12th
  • Of any National, State, Open or International Board within Indian Territory
  • Can be of any medium.

Principals

  • Of schools, where students are studying in class 10th.
  • Of schools, where students are studying in class 12th (Math or Bio only).
  • Of any National, State, Open or International Board within Indian Territory.

Students

  • Any Student who is going to appear in JEE Main (both attempts) and JEE Advanced 2019 Exam.
  • Parents can also participate on behalf of students.

Students

  • Any Student who is going to appear in NEET and AIIMS 2019 Exam.
  • Parents can also participate on behalf of students.

How to Participate

For ANUMAAN Board: Student | Teacher | Principal

  • Step 1: The participant (Student, Teacher, and Principal) will have to create his account by filling the necessary details in the online form.
  • Step 2:
    • Students will have to fill their expected % Score in upcoming board exam (10th or 12th).
    • Principals will fill their expected % of students, who will pass the respective class (Minimum 50 students in class 10th & 25 each in 12th Maths & 12th Bio) and to be entered separately
    • Teachers will have to fill their expected % of students, who will pass in their subject in respective class and to be entered separately for class 10th, 12th (Maths & Bio)
  • Step 3: After entering the prediction first time, the participant will be allowed to modify his prediction only once again, before 15-Feb-2019.
  • Step 4: After result declaration you will have to submit the actual % score for final evaluation and declaration of winner.

For ANUMAAN: JEE Main | JEE Advanced | NEET | AIIMS

  • Step 1: The Student will have to create his account by filling the necessary details in the online form.
  • Step 2:
    • Students will have to fill their expected % Score in upcoming JEE Main, JEE Advanced, NEET and AIIMS Exam.
  • Step 3: After entering the prediction first time, For JEE Main Exam the participant will be allowed to modify his prediction only once again, before 8th January 2019 and For JEE Advanced, NEET and AIIMS Exam participant can modify, before 31st April 2019.
  • Step 4: After result declaration you will have to submit the actual % score for final evaluation and declaration of winner.

Awards

Student Awards

  • To be given Class wise for class 10th and 12th (Maths & Bio Stream)
  • To be Awarded till Best 100 Predictions: Total 200 Awards
  • Admission Form Scholarship (50% to All 200 students)
  • Fee Scholarship (5% scholarship to all winners in addition to any other scholarship in JEE (Main) & Pre-Medical and PSPD Courses at Kota.

Teacher Awards

  • To be given again class wise (Class 10, 12-Sc) & Subject Wise (M, Sc & PCMB)
  • To be awarded till Best 6 teachers: total 60 Awards
  • Every winning teacher can recommend 5 students for 5% scholarship in addition to any other scholarship in JEE (Main) & Pre-Medical & PSPD Courses at Kota

Principals Awards

  • To be given again class wise for Class 10, 12-Sc
  • To be awarded till Best 10 Schools: total 20 Awards
  • 10 Students can be recommended for 10% Scholarship in addition to any other scholarship in JEE (Main), Pre-Medical & PSPD Courses at Kota

Awards for JEE Main, JEE Advanced, NEET and AIIMS Participants

  • To be given to students of JEE Main, JEE Advanced, NEET and AIIMS.
  • To be Awarded till Best 100 Predictions: Total 200 Awards (In All Exams).
  • Admission Form Scholarship (50% to All 200 students).
  • Fee Scholarship (5% scholarship to all winners in addition to any other scholarship in JEE (Main) Courses and Pre Medical Courses at Kota.

Awards

Student Awards

Teacher Awards

Principals Awards

Position Count Award (Rs) per winner Count Award (Rs) per winner Count Award (Rs) per winner
Rank 1 2 21000 6 21000 2 50000
Rank 2 2 15000 6 15000 2 30000
Rank 3 2 11000 6 11000 2 20000
Rank 4 to 5 14 7500 12 7500 4 10000
Rank 6 to 10 30 5000 10 5000
Rank 11 to 25 30 5000
Rank 26 to 50 50 2000
Rank 51 to 100 100 1000

Criteria

  • The prediction will be allowed twice. The second prediction should be entered before 15-Feb-2019. That shall be considered final prediction.
  • For JEE Main participants, they can submit their second prediction should be entered before 8th January 2019 whereas JEE Advanced participants can do this before 31st April 2019. That shall be considered final prediction.
  • The best prediction will be calculated using 3 factors:
    • Accuracy of Prediction: Absolute variation between Predicted % and Actual %. Lower variation will be considered superior. Both negative and positive variations will be treated as same.
    • Age of Prediction: No of days between date on which prediction was submitted and actual result. Earlier prediction will be considered superior than late prediction.
    • Value of actual %: Higher percentage will be considered superior.
  • In case of tie, the younger student will be given higher rank.
  • Aggregate score of all subjects in mark sheet will considered for comparison against prediction.