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Kerala KMAT 2023: As per the recent updates, the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE) will conduct the Kerala KMAT 2023 exams today, February 19, 2023, in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. Candidates appearing for the KMAT 2023 exam can check the exam day guidelines here

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Kerala KMAT exam 2023

Kerala KMAT 2023: As per the recent updates, the Commissioner of Entrance Examination (CEE) will conduct the Kerala KMAT 2023 examinations today, February 19, 2023, in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. Those candidates who have applied and are appearing for the Kerala Management Aptitude Test (KMAT) 2023 exam to get admission into various management programmes must carry important documents to the examination centre. 

As per the recent updates, the KMAT 2023 examination will start at 1.30 pm and ends at 4.30 pm. It is advisable for students to reach the exam centre one hour prior to the commencement of the KMAT 2023. 

Kerala KMAT 2023 exam Details

According to the information bulletin available on the official website, the KMAT 2023 examination will have 180 MCQ-based questions comprising 720 marks. However, candidates will be awarded 4 marks for each correct answer and there will be a negative marking of (-1) for each incorrect answer. 

What are the Documents Required to Appear for KMAT 2023?

Students who are appearing for the KMAT 2023 exam are required to carry the KMAT 2023 Admit Card along with identity proof at the exam centre. As per the official information, candidates will get an Access Card at the time of reporting, in which candidates will be provided with the User name, Password, and the seat number on it. 

Kerala KMAT 2023 Important exam Day Guidelines

Candidates appearing for the KMAT 2023 examination can go through the important exam day guidelines mentioned below.

  • Students are requested to reach the exam centre one hour prior before the commencement of the KMAT 2023 examination
  • Candidates will not get entry without the KMAT 2023 hall ticket
  • It is advisable for students to not carry any kind of electronic devices such as smartphones, calculators, or digital watches inside the exam hall
  • Candidates who will be indulged in any unfair practices during the KMAT 2023 examination will be disqualified
  • Once the candidate has reported for the KMAT 2023 entrance examination, he/she will not be permitted to leave the exam hall before the end of the examination  

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Killexams : NTA Common Management Admission Test (CMAT)-2023: Apply by March 6

National Testing Agency (NTA) has invited applications for the Common Management Admission Test (CMAT) 2023, the National Level Entrance Examination for admission to management programmes in the country.

This Test facilitates AICTE affiliated/ Participating Institutions to select suitable graduate candidates for admission to the Management Courses in affiliated Institutions. The CMAT score is accepted by all AICTE - Approved Institutions / University Departments / Constituent Colleges / Affiliated Colleges.

CMAT-2023 will be a three-hour entrance Examination in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode. It will have 100 objective Type Multiple Choice Questions from (i) Quantitative Techniques and Data Interpretation (ii) Logical Reasoning (iii) Language Comprehension (iv) General Awareness (v) Innovation & Entrepreneurship (20 from each). Language of the paper will be English only. Each question carries 4 marks. For each incorrect response, 1 mark will be deducted from the total score.

Eligibility: Applicant must be an Indian citizen and should hold a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline. Those appearing for the final year of Bachelor’s Degree, whose result will be declared before commencement of admission for academic year 2023-24, can also apply for CMAT-2023.

There is no age restriction for appearing in CMAT - 2023.

Applications can be submitted online at latest by 5 pm on 6.03.2023.

Application fee is Rs.2000/-. Application fee for Gen-EWS/ SC/ST/PwD /OBC-(NCL)/ Third gender and Females is Rs. 1000/-. Application fee can be paid through Credit/Debit Card/Net Banking/UPI up to 11.50 pm on 6.03.2023.

Correction in Particulars of Application Form can be done online during 07.03.2023 to 09.03.2023.

Date of Examination and timing of Examination will be announced later on website. The date for downloading of Admit Cards from NTA website will be announced later on website.

For details, and Information Bulleting, visit and

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Killexams : ATMA 2023: Registration window closes today; know steps to register and exam details here


Candidates can apply at the official website-

As per the schedule, the ATMA 2022 exam will be held on 24 July, 2023

The Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) will close the AIMS Test for Management Admissions (ATMA 2023) registrations today i.e. 18 February, 2023. Candidates can apply at the official website-

The AIMS application fee payment window was open till 17 February 2023. As per the schedule, the ATMA 2022 exam will be held on 24 July, 2023, with a duration of 3 hours and will consist of 180 multiple-choice questions. Candidates that seek admission in MBA, PGDM, MCA, and PGDBA programmes must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline and hence are eligible to register for ATMA exam 2023.

ATMA 2023: Steps to fill application form

  1. Go to the official website of ATMA-
  2. On the homepage, click on the link 'Register for ATMA'
  3. Key in the required details and upload the required photograph and signature
  4. Select preferred test city choice
  5. Submit the application form and save it
  6. Take a printout of the application form for future use

The association has informed candidates that they are required to carry their ATMA admit card 2023 and a valid government ID proof to the exam centre without which they won’t be allowed to appear for the examination. Candidates are not allowed to change exam centre, exceptions will be made only in the case where a request is made a minimum of 10 days in advance.

Last updated on 18 Feb 2023

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Killexams : Penn State Extends Test-Optional Admissions Through 2025 © Provided by

Penn State will continue to implement test-optional admissions through 2025, meaning prospective students are not required to include SAT or ACT scores with their applications, according to a university news release on Tuesday.

Instead of standardized test scores, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will continue to focus on other components like a student’s grades, essay or personal statement, Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate coursework and honors work.

The test-optional initiative was first implemented in June 2020 in response to the limited test availability caused by the pandemic. It was later extended until 2023 and now 2025 due to concerns about the impact of COVID-19 on high school education.

“One intent of an extension is to continue the standardized testing relief to students," Rob Springall, assistant vice president for enrollment management and executive director of Undergraduate Admissions, said in a statement. "There was already anxiety about tests before the pandemic. COVID-19 added even more stressors and changed college admissions.

“Two more years will also give Penn State the benefit of time to see what has permanently changed and how we can do our work even better. We are making this announcement now so current high school juniors and sophomores can make their college application and testing plans.” 

Since 2020, more than half of Penn State applications have been submitted without an SAT or ACT score. Given the various barriers brought on by experiencing education during the pandemic, Penn State’s Undergraduate Admissions hopes to uncover how the test-optional process affects students’ performance.

“It’s still difficult to discern the complete impact of test-optional admission,” Vince Timbers, director of Undergraduate Admissions information systems and research, said. “Penn State only has one class that was admitted test-optional that has also completed at least one year at our campuses. Analysis of added first-year classes will better separate the impact of test-optional admissions from the aftereffects of COVID-19. That’s why we concluded that our work isn’t finished.”  

More information on test-optional admissions can be found here.

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Killexams : NTA CMAT 2023 registration starts for admission to management programmes

The National Testing Agency (NTA) has started accepting online applications for Common Management Admission Test (CMAT 2023) for admissions into postgraduate management courses. Interested candidates can apply for the entrance test at the official website till March 6. Corrections to the forms can be made from March 7-9.

The date of the exam for CMAT 2023 will be announced by NTA later. It will be a three-hour exam in Computer Based Test (CBT) mode to be held in two shifts – 9.00 AM to 12.00 PM and 3.00 to 6.00 PM.

The test is held to evaluate candidates on the basis of Quantitative Techniques, Logical Reasoning, Language Comprehension, General Awareness and Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Information about the eligibility, scheme of exam, exam centers, exam timings, exam fee, procedure for applying etc. are contained in the Information Bulletin hosted on the CMAT website.

Here’s NTA CMAT 2023 official notification.

Here’s CMAT 2023 Information Bulletin.

Eligibility criteria for CMAT 2023

The candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in any discipline. Candidates appearing for the final year of Bachelor’s Degree, whose result will be declared before commencement of admission for the academic year 2023-24, can also apply for CMAT-2023. The candidate must be a citizen of India and there is no age restriction to appear for the test.

Application fee

The application fee is Rs 2000 for male and Rs 1000 for Female candidates.

Steps to register for NTA CMAT 2023:

  1. Visit CMAT website
  2. Go to ‘Registration for CMAT 2023’ and complete registration using your own Email Id and Mobile No
  3. Complete application form, upload documents
  4. Pay fee and submit the application
  5. Download form and take a printout for future reference.

Here’s direct link to apply for CMAT 2023.

After the declaration of the CMAT results, candidates must apply separately to the desired CMAT-2023 participating Institutions with the CMAT score. Then each participating Institution will release their respective cut-off CMAT scores which a candidate should meet to get qualified for admission to that particular Institution.

Once qualified, the candidate will have to comply with the selection procedure of that particular Institution, which may comprise Group Discussion and Personal Interview. The final selection of the candidate will be based on the candidate’s performance in the last two stages.

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Killexams : Hong Kong's anti-epidemic measures adjusted: Voluntary isolation, vaccination and nucleic acid testing


Admission applications to community isolation facilities and the free nucleic acid testing service will be ceased, while the COVID-19 vaccination programme will enter a new phase.

With the epidemic situation entering a new stage as well as a new mode adopted for management and handling of the epidemic, the HKSAR government has announced adjustments to community isolation facilities' admission application, COVID-19 vaccination programme, and the free nucleic acid testing service.

See below for the detailed updates.

Community isolation facilities admission application to cease from 22 February 2023

The transitional arrangements of voluntary admission to community isolation facilities (CIFs) for Hong Kong residents who test positive of COVID-19 will last until 28 February 2023. As confinees can stay at the CIF for up to seven days, the last date for admission application would be on 21 February 2023.

Hotlines for transfer arrangement set up by the Fire Services Department for recently-infected persons who need to stay at CIFs will also cease operations from 22 February 2023. 

The same arrangement is applicable to the holding centres managed by the Social Welfare Department for residents of residential care homes who test positive.

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COVID-19 vaccination programme enters a new phase at the end of February

Since September last year, the Government has gradually consolidated the service network involving collaboration with private medical organisations, making good use of different venues to set up Community Vaccination Stations (CVSs) or Private Clinic COVID-19 Vaccination Stations (PCVSs) at locations with convenient transportation or high patronage, and providing vaccination service with more than one kind of vaccine at one vaccination venue.

In light of the latest epidemic developments and demand for vaccination, the Hong Kong Government will make further adjustments to the vaccination services and venues.

Starting from 27 February 2023, the COVID-19 Vaccination Stations in public hospitals (HCVSs) in Ruttonjee Hospital will be relocated to Tang Shiu Kin Hospital, where vaccination service with the BioNTech vaccine (ancestral strain vaccine/bivalent vaccine) or the Sinvoac vaccine will be provided.

The Community Vaccination Centres (CVC) located at the Osman Ramju Sadick Memorial Sports Centre, the MTR Tsing Yi Station, and Millennium City 5 will operate until noon on 28 February 2023 and be closed afterwards. The vaccination service of the paediatric and toddler formulations of the BioNTech vaccines at the Children Community Vaccination Centre (CCVC) of the Osman Ramju Sadick Memorial Sports Centre will be provided by Yan Chai Hospital COVID-19 Vaccination Station starting from 1 March 2023.

After the closure of the above three CVCs, the vaccination programme will take public and private medical facilities as the prime vaccination venues under the new mode of operation. Other vaccination venues will continue to provide vaccination service for Hong Kong residents, including:

  • Community Vaccination Stations (CVSs),
  • Private Clinic COVID-19 Vaccination Stations (PCVSs),
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Stations in public hospitals (HCVSs),
  • Designated general outpatient clinics of the Hospital Authority,
  • Elderly Health Centres,
  • Maternal and Child Health Centres and Student Health Service Centres of the Department of Health (DH), and
  • Some 1,000 private doctors providing COVID-19 vaccination service.

Meanwhile, starting from 1 March 2023, all CVSs, HCVSs and CCVCs will have the same opening hours from 10am to 6pm on their days of operation. Click here to see channels for COVID-19 vaccination starting from 1 March.

Adjustments to nucleic acid testing service starting 1 March 2023

As all compulsory nucleic acid testing requirements have been completely lifted, the Government will suitably reduce the number of community testing centres and community testing stations (CTC/CTSs), and cease the provision of the free nucleic acid testing service at CTC/CTSs starting from 1 March 2023.

However, some members of the public still need to undergo nucleic acid tests due to travel or personal needs, since certain countries and regions still require persons arriving from Hong Kong to undergo pre-departure tests. In this case, a total of 21 CTC/CTSs with higher usage will be retained to continue to provide self-paid nucleic acid testing service for citizens who need to obtain test results (such as certifications for work or travelling purposes). The remaining 64 existing CTC/CTSs will cease operation from the same day, with relevant venues to be reverted to their original uses in a progressive manner.

The opening hours of the 21 CTC/CTSs will be adjusted to 10am to 8pm every day while they will be closed from 1.30pm to 2pm/2.30pm for deep cleaning and disinfection. Unless requested otherwise by members of the public, throat swabs will be used for self-paid testing services. Citizens may also opt for other specimen collection methods including taking nasal swabs, nasopharyngeal swabs or combined nasal and throat swabs according to their own needs, such as for meeting the entry requirements of their travel destinations. 

Apart from those 21 CTC/CTSs, a rapid nucleic acid testing centre operating 24 hours a day has been set up at Hong Kong International Airport to enable travellers to undergo self-paid tests prior to departure and obtain results within two hours.

In addition, starting from 1 March 2023, the nucleic acid test requirement applicable to staff and visitors of public hospitals, residential care homes for the elderly (RCHEs) and the residential care homes for persons with disabilities (RCHDs), as well as residents of residential care homes (RCHs) will be replaced by rapid antigen tests (RATs).

Visitors to public hospitals and RCHs are still required to undergo an RAT within 24 hours prior to their visit, and obtain a negative result before they can visit. Clinical staff of public hospitals, as well as staff and residents of RCHs, should also continue to undergo an RAT once a day.

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Killexams : After years of admission success, BC Vice Provost John Mahoney to retire

Vice Provost for Enrollment Management John L. Mahoney, a key architect for Boston College’s unprecedented success in undergraduate admission and enrollment during the past three decades—and one of the nation’s most respected professionals in the field—will retire from the University at the end of the 2022-2023 academic year.

Mahoney, who earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English from BC, returned to his alma mater in 1984 as assistant (later associate) director of undergraduate admission. He was appointed as director of undergraduate admission in 1990; in 2018, he became dean of undergraduate admission and financial aid and later that year was appointed as vice provost for enrollment management.

The University will announce plans for a restructuring of the Undergraduate Admission division at a later date.

The increase in numbers of applicants to BC under Mahoney precipitated the enrollment of an undergraduate student body marked by superior academic achievement as well as greater diversity, critical factors in the emergence of BC as an elite national university. Even accounting for changes over time in the way test scores are calculated, as well as other factors, numbers for the Class of 2026—a 1,484 mean SAT and 34 mean ACT—confirm BC’s academic excellence, said Mahoney.

During the first decade of Mahoney’s directorship, BC saw an uptick in the numbers of AHANA undergraduate applicants. From 1992 to 2002, according to a national study, the University recorded the 10th biggest increase (3.1 percent) in the share of underrepresented minorities, compared to an overall 0.4 percent gain among all entries in the U.S. News “best national universities” category. Progress has continued, Mahoney said: AHANA students make up 36 percent of the Class of 2026, and in recent years that percentage has consistently reached the mid-30 percent range.

While they laud such statistics, Mahoney’s colleagues say his dedication to BC goes beyond the quantifiable, noting his ties as an alumnus and the son of one of BC’s most storied figures, longtime English faculty member John L. Mahoney Sr.

“Since joining the team in Devlin Hall nearly 40 years ago, John Mahoney has been an indispensable leader as he and his colleagues have admitted nearly 100,000 young women and men who are today Boston College alumni,” said Provost and Dean of Faculties David Quigley. “John remains one of the most eloquent voices in articulating what makes this a special place among the nation’s best universities.  Like his father before him, John leaves a remarkable legacy here on the Heights.”

“It is significant that the person responsible for the admission of tens of thousands of undergraduates beginning in the early 1990s is himself a model of the ‘well-rounded’ individual that we all seek in college admissions,” said Lay. “John exhibits a balance of strong verbal skills and insightful mathematical skills.  Through his words he commands a room of prospective students and parents on the essence of the Boston College experience, and with his analytical skills he directs enrollment modeling and statistical planning for each incoming class.”

Mahoney’s work in undergraduate admission has been recognized by his peers.  In 2002, he won the John B. Muir Editor’s Award from the National Association for College Admission Counseling for his article “Perception of the Profession Is a Cause for Concern,” published in the Journal of College Admission. In 2014, the New England Association for College Admission Counseling selected him for the Harry R. Carroll Distinguished Service Award, which honors a college admission counseling professional whose contributions and achievements merit special recognition and whose work reflects the spirit and principles of its namesake.

Yet Mahoney’s success was hardly preordained. He spent the first five years after his graduation from BC as an English teacher at St. John’s Preparatory School in Danvers, Mass., an experience he found demanding yet invaluable: “When you’re teaching 14- to 16-year-old boys, you have to bring it every day. I had to be prepared, engaged, enthusiastic, and passionate about what I was saying, and I feel this prepared me well to speak about BC when I joined the Admission Office.”

Mahoney succeeded Nolan as director of admission at an inauspicious time for higher education, with the college-age population at low ebb; the number of high school graduates during his first years at the helm of undergraduate admission was only 2.4 million, with the biggest decline in the Northeast. BC, he recalled, had to begin recruiting nationally and internationally. It was a challenge he took on personally, making visits to high schools across the country.

“Bob [Lay] told me, ‘You need to be a national figure in two years,’” recalled Mahoney. “I wanted to get out to as many places as I could, like Salt Lake City, St. Louis, and Denver. Sometimes, when I’d come to a high school, one of the counselors would ask why the BC director of admission was visiting: ‘Did we do something wrong?’ But I loved talking to the students about liberal arts education and BC; it was enriching.”

Mahoney can wax nostalgically about how aspects of the admission process have changed during his time at BC—such as when he and his admission staff would lug home freshman applications (70 to 80 apiece) in mail crates to read through them—but one constant has been those undergraduates who have aided the office as campus tour guides or in panel discussions on student life.

“They are in many ways our most valuable resource, because they have lived experience,” said Mahoney, recounting how one such student answered a parent’s question of whether BC faculty hold office hours. “He said the question should be, ‘Do you have coffee-and-cellphone faculty?’ And he explained that he had his professors’ numbers in his cellphone, and knew that he could call them and say, ‘Would you have a cup of coffee with me? I need to talk about something.’ That’s the sort of thing which really stands out to prospective students and parents.”

Sean Smith | University Communications | February 2023

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Killexams : Tamil Nadu moves SC, challenges validity of single window medical admission test NEET

The NEET is a pre-medical entrance test for admissions in undergraduate medical courses such as MBBS and BDS and also for post-graduate courses in government and private medical colleges

Tamil Nadu moves SC, challenges validity of single window medical admission test NEET

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The Tamil Nadu government has moved the Supreme Court challenging the validity of the National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) for admissions in medical courses in colleges across the nation, alleging that the single window common test is violative of the principle of federalism.

The NEET is a pre-medical entrance test for admissions in undergraduate medical courses such as MBBS and BDS and also for post-graduate courses in government and private medical colleges.

In a lawsuit, filed under Article 131 of the Constitution, the state government has alleged that the principle of federalism, which is part of the basic structure of the Constitution, is being violated by examinations like NEET as it takes away the autonomy of states to make decisions regarding education.

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The plea, filed through lawyer Amit Anand Tiwari, said the validity of NEET was upheld in 2020 by the apex court on grounds that it was required to curb the evil of unfair practises such as granting admission based on paying capacity of candidates, charging capitation fee, large-scale malpractices, exploitation of students, profiteering, and commercialisation.

However, such grounds are not applicable in the case of admissions to government seats and the reasoning of the judgment is applicable only to private college seats, it said, adding the verdict upholding the NEET does not bind a state in so far as admissions to government seats are concerned.

The suit seeks a decree declaring that Sections 14 of the National Medical Commission Act, 2019, the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine Act, 2020 and the National Commission of Homeopathy Act, 2020, Regulations 9 and 9A of the Post-Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 2000, Regulations I(2), I(5) and II of the BDS Course Regulations, 2007 respectively are violative of Article 14 of the Constitution, violate federalism and therefore void”. 

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Killexams : TISSNET Admit Card 2023 to be released on February 18, exam on 25

TISS NET Admit Card 2023: Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) will release the admit card for National Entrance Test on February 18, 2023. The exam will be conducted on February 25, 2023.

Candidates, who have applied for the TISS NET 2023 examination, should keep an eye on the official website and download as and when it will be available for download.

It may be noted that TISS NET Admit Card is a mandatory document that must be carried to the exam centre along with a valid photo ID proof. Without the admit card and ID proof, you will not be allowed to appear for the exam.

How to download TISS NET 2023 admit card?

To download the TISSNET admit card, you can follow the steps below:

Step 1: Visit the official website of TISSNET (

Step 2: Click on the "Admissions" tab and then select "TISSNET".

Step 3: Click on the "Download Admit Card" link.

Step 4: Enter your Email ID and Password and click on the "Login" button.

Step 5: Your TISSNET admit card will be displayed on the screen.

Step 6: Check all the details mentioned on the admit card like your name, photograph, signature, exam date and time, venue, etc.

Step 7: download the admit card and take a printout of it for future reference.


TISSNET stands for Tata Institute of Social Sciences National Entrance Test. It is a national-level entrance exam conducted by the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) for admission to various postgraduate programmes in the field of social work, management, development, and other related courses offered by TISS campuses located in Mumbai, Hyderabad, Guwahati, and Tuljapur.

The TISSNET exam is usually conducted in the month of December, and the application process for the exam starts in February every year. The exam is conducted in online mode, and it consists of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) covering various sections such as English proficiency, mathematical ability, general awareness, and logical reasoning.

After the exam, shortlisted candidates are called for a Personal Interview (PI) round, and the final selection is based on the combined score of TISSNET and the PI round.

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Killexams : CollegeDekho wins ‘Best Enrollment and Admissions Management Solutions of the Year’ award at the Education Innovation Summit & Awards 2023

Hyderabad: CollegeDekho, India’s largest higher education services ecosystem has won the award for the ‘Best Enrollment & Admissions Management Solutions of the Year’ at the recently concluded Education Innovation Summit & Awards 2023, held in Bengaluru. After their win in the last year’s edition of the same awards in 2022, CollegeDekho’s positive impact on the higher education ecosystem and value proposition proved critical in ensuring this victory for a second consecutive time.

Since 2015, CollegeDekho has guided over 85 lakh students while successfully ensuring 1.3 lakh admissions, across all its platforms. They began with a vision to create a globally trusted student guidance ecosystem. The company has a unique and innovative Common Application Form (CAF) platform where students can apply to multiple colleges with a single click. Students also benefit from CollegeDekho’s website which offers various information on more than 35,000 colleges and universities across the country. Along with its offerings for students, CollegeDekho also helps more than 1500 colleges with their student recruitment.

On receiving the award for the category of ‘Best Enrollment & Admissions Management Solutions of the Year’Ruchir Arora, CEO & Co-Founder, CollegeDekho, expressed his excitement and said, “We are delighted to receive this title twice in a row, which is a testimony of our hard work and goal-oriented vision to create a globally trusted student guidance ecosystem. This motivates us to continue our mission of guiding students from across the country on various higher education related choices that not only open avenues for their employability but also match their interest and capability.”

In the past year, CollegeDekho has increased its workforce and made key additions to its senior leadership. The company also made strategic acquisitions which have enabled CollegeDekho to strengthen its existing offerings while opening up avenues to explore newer opportunities to positively affect the lives of students. The value proposition of the company has also led existing investors to double down on their investment by pumping USD 9 million into the company.

About CollegeDekho:

CollegeDekho was founded in 2015 by Ruchir Arora, Saurabh Jain and Rohit Saha with a vision of creating a globally trusted student guidance ecosystem. It connects prospective students with colleges using its proprietary technology and AI-based chatbot. Its Common Application Form platform, which enables students to apply to multiple colleges with a single click, is India’s largest of its kind. Since its inception, CollegeDekho has counselled more than 85 lakh students and has helped more than 1500 colleges with their student recruitment. For study abroad students, CollegeDekho provides a full range of services from profile building, test preparation, university selection and visa assistance. It has enrolled over 1.30 lakh students since its inception on its various platforms. The company is backed by investors like Winter Capital, ETS Strategic Capital – the private equity investments arm of ETS (creator of the TOEFL® tests and GRE® General Test), Calega, Man Capital, Disrupt ADQ and QIC.

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