West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) will begin the registration process for the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE) 2022 at https://wbjeeb.nic.in/. Candidates will be able to access the application form on the official website at wbjeeb.nic.in, once the link is activated.
The exam will be tentatively held on April 23, 2022, Saturday, as per WBJEEB. The WBJEE 2022 registration will continue till January 10. The application edit window will open from January 8 up to January 10. Candidates who have completed class 12 with mathematics, physics, and chemistry as core subjects will be eligible to apply for the exam.
- Age: Applicant must be at least 17 years old to be eligible to apply. There is no upper age limit to apply, however, for admission to degree level marine engineering course, the upper age is 25 years.
- Education: Applicants should have cleared class 12 level of education.
|Name of the registration||WBJEE Registration|
|Title||Complete the WBJEE Registration|
|Subject||West Bengal JEEB enabled the WBJEE Registration Link|
Documents needed for WBJEE Registration
- Passport size photograph
- A scanned copy of the signature of the applicant
- Aadhar card or voter card
- Class 10th mark sheet and pass certificate
- Class 12th mark sheet and pass certificate
- Domicile Certificate
- Category Certificate
Steps to complete the WBJEE Registration 2022
- Visit the official website of WBJEEB
- On the homepage, click on the WBJEE application link
- Register using a valid phone number and email id
- Fill the application form with the required details
- Upload documents. Pay the application fee
- Download and take the printout of the WBJEE 2022 application form for future reference.
WBJEE Application Fee
Candidates belonging to the general category will have to pay Rs 500 while those belonging to SC, ST, and OBC categories will have to pay Rs 400.
WBJEE Exam pattern
The exam will be held in offline mode in the multiple-choice questions (MCQs) format. There will be two papers – paper 1 for mathematics and paper 2 for physics and chemistry. The exam will have 75 questions from the mathematics section and 40 questions each from physics and chemistry. The question papers will carry a total of 200 marks.