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WBJEE 2019

The West Bengal joint entrance exam known as WBJEE is regulated by the WBJEE board. A state level entrance for the candidates to get into the state universities and Government College for engineering, pharmacy and architecture fields. The exam will be in an offline mode that is pen paper-based test.

Below are the details about the WBJEE 2019.

EVENT

DATES(tentative)

Starting of online application

December 2018

 

 

Last date to fill the application

January 2019

Correction window

Available till end of January 2019

Admit card download

April 2019

 

The examination will be tentatively at the end of April 2019, the publication of result in the first of June and counselling shall start by the end of June 2019. A charge of 500 rupees is being costed for the application which can either be paid online or through e challan.

Eligibility criteria:

1)      Candidate must qualify 10+2 examinations from recognized board.

2)      The minimum percentage criteria are 45% in 10+2.

The pattern of the Examination:

  1.  Offline mode exam.
  2. The test is for two hours.
  3.  MCQs that is multiple choice type questions.
  4. There will be a negative marking in the two categories of the test, the third category has no negative marking.

subject

Category-1

1 mark(-0.25)

Category-2

2 mark(-0.25)

Category-3

2 mark

Total questions

Total marks

math

50

15

10

75

100

physics

30

5

5

40

50

chemistry

30

5

5

40

50

For the syllabus, the candidate can visit the official site of WBJEE. Check the important links below:

1)      www.wbjee.ac.in

2)      www.innovedglobal.com

All the best! Stay relaxed and work hard to have a great result.

Author: sahithi shetty

Tags: jee wbjee registration wbjee 2019


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