The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) was established in 1962 by Government of West Bengal in exercise of the powers conferred under article 162 of the Constitution of India in pursuant to No.828-Edn(T), dated 02.03.1962. Subsequently, the Board was recognised as a Statutory Body vide West Bengal Act XIV of 2014 and was authorised for conducting the Joint Entrance Examination in respect to admission to various institutions in West Bengal imparting education in Medical, Engineering and Technological courses.The Board has been empowered to conduct Common Entrance Examinations for admission to Undergraduate and Postgraduate Professional and Vocational Courses both in the Undergraduate and Post graduate level. As such, it always endeavours to advocate transparency and implement effective state-of-the-art technology in conducting such examinations. WBJEEB has been instrumental in conducting the admission process through online application and allotment through e-Counselling since
a)Citizenship: Applicant must be a citizen of India.
(i)The lower age limit is 17 (seventeen) years. There is no upper age limit in appearing in the WBJEE.
(ii)However, for admission to the degree level Marine Engineering Course The lower age limit is 17 (seventeen) years and the upper age limit is 25 Years
Subjects of Examination: Candidates are required to appear for two papers in WBJEEB
1.Paper-I – Mathematics
2.Paper-II - Physics & Chemistry (combined).Candidates appearing in both Paper-I and Paper-II and who are awarded ranks will be eligible for admission in Engineering/ Technology /Architecture / Pharmacy Courses in all institutes Candidates appearing in Paper-II only and who are awarded ranks will be eligible for admission only in Pharmacy Courses (except in Jadavpur University)
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In order to be successful in the WBJEE, it is absolutely advisable to take up a coaching at the earliest like 7 - 8 months.
Some of the key tips to help the student prepare well are listed below:-
Save Time: While doing calculations in Mathematics use short methods and skip unimportant steps to save time. Students should spend their most of the time in practicing concepts and problem solving. While doing preparations never use calculators in order to increase speed and precision. Mental calculations help students increase their speed to a great extent.
Analyse Weak Parts: Analysing problem areas where one is taking too much time to solve a problem. Analyse the sections one can afford to use up time and also keep an eye on sections where one feels he/she is at his/her best. It is advisable to also pay close attention to the errors made, which makes it easier to correct later.
Practice Quality Questions: The more one practices, the more confidence one gains. Practicing quality questions more rather than practicing thousands of questions blindly definitely comes in handy.
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