West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination, WBJEEB has released WBJEE 2021 notification for the academic year 2021-2022. Candidates who are interested in can apply online for appearing the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination 2021. The Board means WBJEEB has released the information bulletin for WBJEE 2021 examination on its official website.
The online registration process for WBJEE Exam will begin on February 23, 2021. Eligible and interested candidates will be able to apply for the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination 2021 online at wbjeeb.nic.in on or before March 30, 2021, until 5 pm. The board will conduct the OMR-based WBJEE examination 2021 or WB Engineering test on July 17, 2021, in two shifts or in two parts.
The mathematics paper is scheduled to be held from 11 am to 1 pm, and the physics and chemistry paper will be conducted from 2 to 4 pm. The admit card for the WBJEE examination is tentatively scheduled to be released on July 6, 2021. WBJEE Registration 2021: Candidates who are interested to take admission in engineering courses can check details on the official site, wbjeeb.nic.in.
Candidates must note that they will not be able to edit their name, father’s name, mother’s name, gender, domicile and date of birth in the application form once it is submitted. Candidates would be able to complete the WBJEE Registration 2021 by deadline. Candidates are advised to take a print out of the application form for any future reference. The information and documents being submitted for the WBJEE Registration 2021 must be accurate. WBJEE Board may cancel the candidature in case of any discrimination found.
|State Level Entrance Exam||West Bengal Entrance Exam 2021|
|Title||West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam 2021|
|Subject||WBJEEB released WB Entrance Exam notification|
|Last Date to Apply||30-03-2021|
|Admit Card||WBJEE Admit Card 2021|
For the academic session of 2021-22, the Board is going to conduct the Common Entrance Examination in the name of WBJEE for admission to Undergraduate Courses in Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture Courses of different Universities, Government Colleges as well as Self Financing Engineering & Technological Institutes in the State of West Bengal.
Educational Qualification: Engineering courses: Candidates should have passed the qualifying exam i.e., Class 12th with physics and mathematics along with any one of Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Computer Science/ Computer application/ technical vocational subject as compulsory subject with individual pass marks in both theory and practical wherever applicable, in all the three subjects in regular class mode.
They must also have obtained at least 45% marks (40% for candidates belonging to reserved categories) in the above three subjects taken together. They should have passed the English paper in class 12th with at least 30% marks.
Pharmacy courses: Candidates should have passed the qualifying exam i.e., Class 12th physics, chemistry, maths/ biology as compulsory subject with individual pass marks in both theory and practical wherever applicable, in all the three subjects in regular class mode. Aspirants must have obtained 45% marks in the three subjects. They should have also passed the English paper with a minimum of 30% marks.
Eligibility: The minimum age required to appear for WBJEE 2021 is 17 years. There is no upper limit for B Tech courses except for Marine Engineering where the upper age limit is 25 years (as of December 31, 2021).
The candidates must have passed or must be appearing in Class 12 exam (or equivalent) with Physics and Mathematics along with any one of Chemistry/ Biology/ Biotechnology/ Computer Science/ Computer Application as compulsory subjects.
The general category candidates should have secured an aggregate of 45 per cent and reserved category should have scored 40 per cent in the above three subjects taken together. Candidates must have passed English paper at least 30 per cent marks to be eligible for WBJEE.
Application Fee: Application fee for the WBJEE examination is Rs.500 for general candidates and Rs.400 for SC/ST/OBC- A/OBC-B candidates. The examination fees can be paid by net banking/ debit card/ credit card only. SC/ST/OBC-A/OBC-B candidates availing of the concession will have to upload respective certificates in given formats at the time of counselling, failing which his/her candidature will be cancelled. The fee once paid is not refundable under any circumstances
Exam Pattern: Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ), with four options against each of the questions, will be asked in WBJEE 2021. There will be three categories of questions in each of the subjects. The number of questions, as well as maximum marks for each, are given below:
|Total Number of Questions||Total|
Steps to apply for WBJEE 2021
At the time of registration, the candidates need to update their name, father’s name, mother’s name, gender and date of birth. It is essential to have a mobile number and a unique email ID as all future communications will be sent to the registered mobile number and email ID.
After the release of WBJEE 2021 application form, candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to register online:
- visit the official website, wbjeeb.nic.in.
- register and generate your login details.
- After generating login credentials, login to fill up the application form,
- Fill up the application form, upload necessary documents and pay the application fee.
Documents required: Candidates need to keep the required documents ready before filling the form – Aadhaar card, student identity card, voter card/passport number, bank account, credit/debit card/ internet banking details, bank account details, Email id, phone number (and the phone as OTP will be spent on the number candidates register), scanned photograph and signature of the candidate.
WBJEE Admit Card 2021: Candidates who will submit the application form correctly will be able to download WBJEE 2021 admit card from July 6 onwards. The admit card will also be released online at wbjeeb.nic.in. To download it, candidates will have to enter the application number and password.
WBJEE Details: WBJEE is an offline exam or an OMR-based exam. WBJEE will consist of multiple-choice questions with four options. Exam will be consist of 75 questions from mathematics section and 40 questions each from physics and chemistry. Exam will have one and two-marks questions. For every wrong attempt, one-fourth marks assigned to each question is deducted.
WBJEE will be held as a pen-paper-based test. There will be two papers in WBJEE, paper 1- maths and paper 2- physics and chemistry (combined). The duration of each paper will be two hours and there will be MCQs in the test. The total marks in the paper will be 200- maths of 100 marks, physics of 50 marks and chemistry of 50 marks too.
All the questions in the exam are asked as per the syllabus of WBJEE 2021. The syllabus has been prescribed by WBJEE board. It is apt for 10+2 qualified candidates. Apart from preparing as per the syllabus of the exam, candidates must also focus on the mock test and the previous year’s question papers. Mock tests of WBJEE 2021 are available online. Candidates can practice it subject-wise or for the overall test.
Previous year question papers of WBJEE are also available online. Candidates can download it as pdf along with the answer key and practice these. By solving the previous year’s question paper candidates will get to know the types of questions and level of difficulty in the exam. Every year, lakhs of engineering aspirants appear for the WBJEE, therefore, it is quite important to follow a proper strategy for the preparation. For more details, candidates are advised to read the WBJEE information bulletin.
|Online application with payment of fees||23-02-2021 to 30-03-2021|
|Online correction and downloading revised confirmation page||31-03-21 to 02-04-2021|
|Publication of Downloadable Admit Card||06-07-2021 to 11-07-2021|
|Date of Examinations:|
Paper-II (Physics & Chemistry)
|Publication of Results||To be notified later|
Preparations according to fix schedule/time table will help students to accomplish their goals on time. Students must stick to their routine and avoid monotony. For every student there are certain topics that are not easy to understand. This could hamper the preparation if not tackled right. Start with assessing the topics you lack in and work on improving them. Practice as much as you can from that section to score better in the exam.
Revision is the best way to brush up on the topics that you have already read. Students must revise their notes as much as they can so that they won’t miss any important part. Also, it will help them to remember important formulas.
The previous years’ question papers are available on the WBJEEB official website. Students must start practising these as it will give them a detailed insight into the types of questions asked in the exam. It will also help them time the exam and analyse their weak points. Also do some mock tests to further improve your time management.