With the National Testing Agency being set up to organize two major engineering and medical examinations in the country, it is decided that the biggest medical entrance examination and the largest engineering entrance examination will be conducted in online mode.
Earlier Human resources development Minister Sh. Prakash Javadekar had announced that Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main and National Eligibility cum Entrance Examination (NEET) will be conducted online. Along with this announcement, ALLEN Career Institute started preparing students for the online mode. In the previous year, students were prepared for online examination of JEE Advanced 2018.
- ALLEN has more than 150 computer labs.
- More than 2.8 Lac sessions of computer-based test each of 3 hours have been organized in the academic session 2017-18.
- Over 7.5 Lac sessions have been conducted in online mode throughout the country.
- Labs capacity up to 50 to 500 computers
- Students of more than 60 cities are being benefited
Everyday ALLEN Career Institute is preparing 4000 students for online examination. Students are familiarized with the computer-based testing tools and the type of questions they are likely to face in actual entrance examinations. This helps the students to identify where they are lagging, and it also enhances their confidence. The questions asked in the computer-based test follows the actual exam pattern similar to the entrance exam. ALLEN Career Institute also conducted a computer-based test for JEE Advanced and AIIMS at the national level in which a large number of students participated.