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CBSE Students Database 2018 [8.65 Lakhs]

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on June 21, 2018 at 7:35 AM

 Total Count State Wise


1.  Bahrain - 1032

2.  Kuwait -  1347

3.  Nepal -    627

4.  Oman -  1532

5.  Saudi Arabia- 2569

6.  United Arab Emirates- 5492


Indian States:

1.  Andaman & Nicobar: 5,638

2.  Andhra Pradesh: 7,910

3. Bihar: 41,488

4. Chandigarh: 21,538

5. Dadra & Nagar Haveli: 551

6. Daman & Diu: 160

7. Delhi: 2,48,656

8. Goa: 644

9. Gujarat: 16,141

10. Haryana: 91,324

11. Himachal Pradesh: 10,481

12. Jammu & Kashmir: 7,513

13. Jharkhand: 35,922

14. Karnataka: 10,990

15. Madhya Pradesh: 64,624

16. Maharashtra: 17,864

17. Pondicherry: 800

18. Punjab: 68,041

19. Rajasthan: 64,049

20. Tamil Nadu: 21,626

21. Telangana: 4,348

22. Uttar Pradesh: 74,048

23. Uttrakhand: 34,283


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NEET 2018 UG Appeared Students Database [13.26 Lakhs]

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on June 21, 2018 at 7:25 AM

STATE WISE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES APPERAING IN NEET (UG), 2018

1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands  875

2 Andhra Pradesh  49210

3 Arunachal Pradesh 3060

4 Assam  25126

5 Bihar  35641

6 Chandigarh  18768

7 Chhatisgarh  22879

8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli  1092

9 Daman & Diu  627

10 Delhi  57373

11 Goa  3683

12 Gujarat  75167

13 Haryana  13802

14 Himachal Pradesh  8792

15 Jammu and Kashmir  23880

16 Jharkhand  19872

17 Karnataka  96377

18 Kerala  120792

19 Lakshadweep  197

20 Madhya Pradesh  49316

21 Maharashtra  183961

22 Manipur  5797

23 Meghalaya 2810

24 Mizoram  1353

25 Nagaland 2142

26 Odisha  32522

27 Puducherry  8894

28 Punjab  11849

29 Rajasthan  99844

30 Sikkim  780

31 Tamil Nadu  107288

32 Telangana  50856

33 Tripura  3176

34 Uttar Pradesh 114306

35 Uttarakhand 15228

36 West Bengal  59390

TOTAL 13,26,725 NEET Students Database


Database of Indian Students are Top demand

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on June 15, 2018 at 3:00 PM

Database of Indian Students are Top demand: 10+2 and 10th are the leading searches for College/Coaching & Admission Consultant.

1.  10th School's Students Database [ Demand for Coaching Institutes/E-Learning Companies]

2.  12th School's Students Database [ Demand for Private Universities/Admission Consultants]

3.  Undergraduate Students Database [Demand for E-Commerce/Skill Development/ IT Training Companies]

4.  Graduates Students Database [Demand for MBA/PGDM Colleges/Study Abroad Consultants/Recruitment Agencies]

5.  Post-Graduates Students Database [Demand for VISA Consultants/Internship Providers]


Leading Counts: Intake wise

1. Arts/Commerce Aspirant Students

2. Engineering Aspirant Students

3. Medical Aspirant Students [B.Pharma/BPT/MBBS]

4. B.Ed Aspirant Students

5. BALLB Aspirant Students

6. MBA/PGDM Aspirant Students

7. BBA Aspirant Students

8. B.Sc Aspirant Students

9. M.Sc/M.Tech Aspirant Students

10. PhD Aspirant Students


Source: McKinsey, BCG & PwC


2 Lakh students database CAT Exams 2017

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on November 27, 2017 at 8:00 AM

The CAT was conducted in 381 test centres spread across 140 cities in India.

 

Nearly 87% candidates appeared for the Common Admission Test (CAT) conducted by the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIM-L) on Sunday.

 

A total of around 1,99,600 candidates appeared for the exam for which 2,31,067 students had registered.

 

The CAT was conducted in 381 test centres spread across 140 cities in India.

 

“The exam was conducted by and large smoothly in the majority of the test centres,” claimed Prof Neeraj Dwivedi of IIM(L), the convener of the examination.

 

There were 43 test centres in Uttar Pradesh and 7 test centres in Lucknow. The test was conducted in two shifts. The CAT was a three-hour exam comprising of three sections – each of one-hour duration.

 

The CAT 2017 results will be tentatively available online in the second week of January next year. The list of candidates shortlisted for the next level of selection will be made available on the website of the respective IIMs.

 

Each IIM will send interview letters to the shortlisted candidates directly. The criteria for shortlisting vary among IIMs. Candidates will have to visit the admission hotlinks of the respective websites of IIMs for further information.

 

This year the number of women candidates registered for the CAT increased by 1.16% over last year’s figure. As against 231, 067 applicants, this year 78,009 women candidates took the examination.

 

Last year 76,000 women had appeared in the exam. The number of male candidates this year is 153,027.

 

This year the number of transgender candidates also increased to 31 from 22 last year, said Prof Dwivedi. The number of physically challenged applicants is 910 against last year’s 921.

A total of 2,31,067 candidates are expected to appear in India’s biggest MBA entrance test, the Common Admission Test conducted by the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIM-L) on November 26.

 

“By and large all preparations have been made for the test. We wish all the candidates best of luck for the test,” said Prof Neeraj Dwivedi of IIM(L), the convener of the examination.

 

“The test, which will be held in two sessions of 180 minutes each, will have three sections. Section I will have verbal ability and reading comprehension; section II will be data interpretation and logical reasoning and section III will deal with quantitative ability,” Prof Dwivedi said.

 

Some questions in each section may not be of multiple choice type and candidates will have to type direct answers online.

 

“We will also allow the use of the basic onscreen calculator for computation. Candidates will be allotted exactly 60 minutes for answering questions in each section and they cannot switch from one section to another while answering questions in a section,” the convener said.

 

CAT 2017 will be conducted in centres spread across approximately 140 cities.

 

This year the number of women candidates registered for CAT-2017 has increased this year by 1.16% over last year’s figure. Against total applicants of 231,067, this year 78,009 women candidates will take the examination. Last year 76,000 women had appeared in the exam. The number of male candidates this year is 153,027.

 

This year the number of transgender candidates also increased to 31 from 22 last year, said Prof Dwivedi. The number of physically challenged applicants is 910 against last year’s 921.

 

Registration for the Common Admission Test (CAT), gateway to IIMs and other leading B-schools, declined a bit this year. It had shot up to a seven-year high in 2016, with 232,434 candidates applying for the entrance test.

 

Information related to CAT 2017 results will be tentatively available starting the second week of January 2018 on this website. The list of candidates shortlisted for the next level of selection will be made available on the website of the respective IIMs.

 

Each IIM will send interview letters to the shortlisted candidates directly. The criteria for shortlisting vary among IIMs. Candidates will have to visit the admission hotlinks of the respective websites of IIMs for further information.

 

This year IIM-L had extended the last date of registration for the entrance test from September 20 to 25 “to accommodate more candidates”. During the five days extension period some 20,000 candidates had applied, Prof Dwivedi said.

 

The candidates will be permitted to download their admit card till the test date. Dwivedi said a tutorial to understand the format of the test was made available on the CAT website from October 18.

 

CAT scores are accepted by the 20 IIMs and more than 100 business schools across the country. Around 4000 seats are offered through IIMs.


Source: http://www.hindustantimes.com/education/over-2-3-lakh-candidates-to-sit-for-india-s-biggest-mba-entrance-test-on-nov-26/story-1JPkMMYA8LNj6tl6eDZhiK.html

 

 

11 Imporatant Guidelines before buying students database

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on November 22, 2017 at 2:15 PM

1. Make sure students are opt-in users.


2. This database is not publicly available to other vendors or sites for sale.


3. Respect the privacy of the students and his/her database.


4. Don't push your product/service for sale if they are not interested.


5. It should not be any entrance exam database such as CAT/MAT/XAT or JEE/CET, it's illegal to buy such database.


6. Ask the students for the convenient time to call.


7. Prefer CRM rather than excel sheet for security and data-breach by your internal team.


8. Always ask INVOICE with mention vendor GST Number before taking database or leads.


9. After sale service should be very high if possible sign the Service Level Agreement for replacement of the database or leads. 


10. Last and most important always prefer incoming/responsive and high quality leads rather than the database.


11. Follow all the above 10 points.



MAT & CAT Students Database 2017

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on November 22, 2017 at 1:30 PM

CAT 2017 registrations recorded a eight-year high with 2,80,434 applications received. Of these, 1.85 lakh candidates took the test conducted across 142 cities in the country on 26th Nov'17. 

In MAT Dec 2017 registration fell down to 38,000 due to poor affiliated colleges under AIMA.

 

Colleges Accepting CAT

Colleges that accepting CAT Exam result includes 20 IIMs (Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Calcutta, Lucknow, Indore, Kozhikode, Shillong, Rohtak, Trichy, Udaipur, Raipur, Kashipur, Ranchi, Amritsar, Bodhgaya, Jammu, Nagpur, Sambalpur, Simaur, Vishakapatnam), FMS Delhi, SPJIMR, Mumbai, MDI Gurgaon, IMI New Delhi, IMT Ghaziabad, NITIE Mumbai, TAPMI Manipal, XIM Bhubaneswar, and few other top B-Schools of India.

Colleges Accepting MAT

Although there are more than 600 B-schools which accept MAT Exam score, the out of them the most prominent names are:

 

Galgotias Business School (Greater Noida)

NIILM Centre for Management Studies (New Delhi)

MITCON Institute of Management (Pune)

Alliance Business Academy (Bangalore)

Christ University (Bangalore)

Jagan Institute of Management Studies (Delhi)

Kohinoor Business School (Khandala)

Som-Lalit Institute of Management Studies (Ahmedabad)

Bharatidasan University (Tiruchirapalli)

ITM (Navi Mumbai)


Calculate Expected Response from a Students for Admission

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on November 22, 2017 at 5:35 AM

Few students, including advertising professionals, know how to calculate the expected response from a newspaper ad. A newspaper circulation of 200,000 doesn’t mean 200,000 people will be contemplating your ad.

Here are the variables you need to consider when calculating an expected response from a newspaper ad.

1. YOUR TARGET

Every product has a demographic that represents its prime target. Let’s say, for the sake of this example, that your target demographic is adults, 25 – 54

2. MARKET SIZE

If you are located in a city of 1.5 million people and the 25 – 54 demographic represents 40%, then your target population is 600,000.

3. DURATION OF PURCHASES

Since people don’t buy every product they use every day of the year, the duration between purchases is important to consider. Let’s say people buy your product one time per year on average. Then, your available market in any month is 1/12 of 600,000, or 50,000. Of course, you’ll have to take into account the seasonal fluctuations for your product and apply the same logic.

4. NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION

If your local daily newspaper has a 40% penetration in your market, calculate that against your available 50,000 markets to reach 20,000 possible qualified exposures to your message.

5. READERSHIP

Not every subscriber reads every page every day. Studies have shown that if you get 10% of the subscribers to read your ad, that is a very generous number. Applying that calculation to our example reduced the number of targeted customers to 2,000.

6. YOUR MARKET SHARE

Unless you have an exclusive monopoly in your market, you have competition with some customers who are loyal to them. If your overall market share is 10%, you can apply that to the remaining targeted customers, leaving 200 as your reasonable expectation.

7. RESPONSE RATE

Assume a 2% response rate from your ad.

8. RESPONSE

Your expected response (customers making a transaction) will be 4.


Calculate Expected Response from a Students for Admission

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on November 22, 2017 at 5:35 AM

Few students, including advertising professionals, know how to calculate the expected response from a newspaper ad. A newspaper circulation of 200,000 doesn’t mean 200,000 people will be contemplating your ad.

Here are the variables you need to consider when calculating an expected response from a newspaper ad.

1. YOUR TARGET

Every product has a demographic that represents its prime target. Let’s say, for the sake of this example, that your target demographic is adults, 25 – 54

2. MARKET SIZE

If you are located in a city of 1.5 million people and the 25 – 54 demographic represents 40%, then your target population is 600,000.

3. DURATION OF PURCHASES

Since people don’t buy every product they use every day of the year, the duration between purchases is important to consider. Let’s say people buy your product one time per year on average. Then, your available market in any month is 1/12 of 600,000, or 50,000. Of course, you’ll have to take into account the seasonal fluctuations for your product and apply the same logic.

4. NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION

If your local daily newspaper has a 40% penetration in your market, calculate that against your available 50,000 markets to reach 20,000 possible qualified exposures to your message.

5. READERSHIP

Not every subscriber reads every page every day. Studies have shown that if you get 10% of the subscribers to read your ad, that is a very generous number. Applying that calculation to our example reduced the number of targeted customers to 2,000.

6. YOUR MARKET SHARE

Unless you have an exclusive monopoly in your market, you have competition with some customers who are loyal to them. If your overall market share is 10%, you can apply that to the remaining targeted customers, leaving 200 as your reasonable expectation.

7. RESPONSE RATE

Assume a 2% response rate from your ad.

8. RESPONSE

Your expected response (customers making a transaction) will be 4.


Calculate Expected Response from a Students for Admission

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on November 22, 2017 at 5:35 AM

Few students, including advertising professionals, know how to calculate the expected response from a newspaper ad. A newspaper circulation of 200,000 doesn’t mean 200,000 people will be contemplating your ad.

Here are the variables you need to consider when calculating an expected response from a newspaper ad.

1. YOUR TARGET

Every product has a demographic that represents its prime target. Let’s say, for the sake of this example, that your target demographic is adults, 25 – 54

2. MARKET SIZE

If you are located in a city of 1.5 million people and the 25 – 54 demographic represents 40%, then your target population is 600,000.

3. DURATION OF PURCHASES

Since people don’t buy every product they use every day of the year, the duration between purchases is important to consider. Let’s say people buy your product one time per year on average. Then, your available market in any month is 1/12 of 600,000, or 50,000. Of course, you’ll have to take into account the seasonal fluctuations for your product and apply the same logic.

4. NEWSPAPER CIRCULATION

If your local daily newspaper has a 40% penetration in your market, calculate that against your available 50,000 markets to reach 20,000 possible qualified exposures to your message.

5. READERSHIP

Not every subscriber reads every page every day. Studies have shown that if you get 10% of the subscribers to read your ad, that is a very generous number. Applying that calculation to our example reduced the number of targeted customers to 2,000.

6. YOUR MARKET SHARE

Unless you have an exclusive monopoly in your market, you have competition with some customers who are loyal to them. If your overall market share is 10%, you can apply that to the remaining targeted customers, leaving 200 as your reasonable expectation.

7. RESPONSE RATE

Assume a 2% response rate from your ad.

8. RESPONSE

Your expected response (customers making a transaction) will be 4.


Indian students database increase by 16%

Posted by Students Database | Students Database Providers | Students Database Seller | Education Database | Database of Indian Students| on November 21, 2017 at 9:25 AM

Institute of International Education has released 2017 Open Doors data which pointed that percentage of Indian students flowing to US for higher education has declined by 16.43 % over the previous year.

 

 

According to a report published in Livemint, As per Open Doors data, in 2016-17, 62,537 got the F1 Visa, down from 74,831 students in the previous year, a 16.43% decline. This decline came amid concerns over changes in the US immigration policy.

 

According to official data released on Monday, a total of 186,267 Indians were studying in the US universities in 2016-17. In 2015-16, the number had grown by 24.9% and in 2014-15 it had jumped by 29.4%.

 

 

The 2017 Open Doors data released by the Institute of International Education (IIE) also says that in 2016-17, Indian students accounted for 17.3% of the total foreign students in the US contributing $6.54 billion to the US economy. The data was prepared in collaboration with the US Department of state’s bureau of educational and cultural affairs.

 

 

While the cumulative student population has grown, the flow of fresh students has seen a downward trend.

 

Apart from India, the growth was subdued in China, South Korea, Saudi Arabia and Canada as well. The number of Saudi students and Brazilian students declined by 14% and 32% respectively.

 

The Washington Post said on Monday that “Higher education leaders have been on alert for signs that the Trump administration’s efforts to ban travellers from certain majority-Muslim countries and heightened scrutiny of foreign visitors are deterring international students.”

 

“The rate of growth for India is the highest among the top 25 places of origin among international students in the US…but the rate of 12% growth was lower than the 25% growth in the previous year,” the report added

 

Among the total Indian students in the US, their numbers enrolled in different courses include:

 

graduate courses (104,899),

57,132 pursing other practical training (OPT)

21,977 were in undergraduate programs

2,259 are in non-degree programs

The top three destinations for Indian students in US are California, New York and Texas.


Source:- https://www.siasat.com/news/indian-students-going-us-declines-16-43-1260829/

 


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