WBJEE or West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination 

WBJEE or West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination is the Common Entrance Test for admission to Undergraduate degree level courses in Engineering & Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture in different Universities, Government Colleges as well as Self Financing Technological Institutes in West Bengal. The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board will conduct the WBJEE Test.
 
The WBJEE Exam comprises of three separate multiple-choice objective type question papers in the subjects Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry respectively, which the candidates need to answer in the form of written test on an OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) Sheet. Every question paper has three categories: Category 1, Category 2 and Category 3.
 
The WBJEE Mathematics question paper is a 100 marks paper of two hours duration. Category 1 of the paper consists of 60 questions of one mark each. Category 2 of the paper consists of 15 questions of two marks each. Category 3 of the paper consists of 5 questions of two marks each.
 
The marking pattern of the question paper is as per the guidelines mentioned below:
 
Category 1:
(a) Only one option is correct, correct response will yield one mark.
(b) For each incorrect response, 33.33% of full mark (1/3) would be deducted and
(c) For more than one answer indicated against a particular question in the OMR sheet; the said answer will be treated as incorrect response/answer. Marks will be deducted on the basis of rule enumerated in Clause (b) above.
 
Category 2:
(a) Only one option is correct, correct response will yield two marks.
(b) For each incorrect response, 33.33% of full marks (2/3) would be deducted and
(c) For more than one answer indicated against a particular question in the OMR sheet; the said answer will be treated as incorrect response/answer. Marks will be deducted on the basis of rule enumerated in Clause (b) above.
 
Category 3:
(a) More than one option may be correct and marking of all correct options only will yield two marks.
(b) For any combination of answers containing one or more incorrect responses, net mark awarded will be zero (0) and
(c) For partially correct response without any incorrect marking:
Marks awarded = 2 X (no of correct responses) / (total no of correct options).
 
The WBJEE Physics question paper is a 75 marks paper of one and a half hours duration. Category 1 of the paper consists of 45 questions of one mark each. Category 2 of the paper consists of 10 questions of two marks each. Category 3 of the paper consists of 5 questions of two marks each. The marking pattern guideline is the same as mentioned above.
 
The WBJEE Chemistry question paper is a 75 marks paper of one and a half hours duration. Category 1 of the paper consists of 45 questions of one mark each. Category 2 of the paper consists of 10 questions of two marks each. Category 3 of the paper consists of 5 questions of two marks each. The marking pattern guideline is the same as mentioned above.
 
For WBJEE-2014, the merit list for successful candidates in the Engineering category will be prepared by listing them in the descending order of the total marks scored by them. However, there may be ties and such ties will be broken by sequentially applying the following set of rules:
1. Less negative marks in Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry taken together
2. More positive marks in Mathematics and Physics taken together
3. More positive marks in Mathematics and Chemistry taken together
4. Less negative marks in Mathematics and Physics taken together
5. Less negative marks in Mathematics and Chemistry taken together
6. More positive marks in Mathematics for only the 2 marks questions
7. More positive marks in Physics for only the 2 marks questions
8. More positive marks in Chemistry for only the 2 marks questions
9. Less negative marks in Mathematics for only the 2 marks questions
10. Less negative marks in Physics for only the 2 marks questions
11. Less negative marks in Chemistry for only the 2 marks questions
If after applying the 11 rules stated above there are still ties, same will be broken by the date of birth (DOB) of the concerned candidates; the older candidate will be given preference over the younger one.



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  Botany
  Cell Biology
  Genetics
  Microbiology
  Classification
  Embryology
  Tissue and Tissue System
  Enzymes
  Hormones
  Ecosystem
  Plant Breeding
  Morphology
  Anatomy
  Physiology
  Zoology
  Morphology
  Anatomy
  Physiology
  Classification
  Genetics
  Embryology
  Evolution and Zoogeography
  Medical Zoology
  Biochemistry
  Comparative Anatomy
  Biophysics
  Immunology
  Physics
  Units and Dimension
  Motion
  Friction
  Work Power and Energy
  Gravitation
  Elasticity
  Optical Physics
  Magnetism
  Electrostatics
  Chemistry
  Structure of Atom
  Chemical Bonding
  Nuclear Chemistry
  Thermodynamics
  Electrochemistry
  Chemical Periodicity
  Coordination Chemistry
  Organic Chemistry
  Hydrocarbons
  Biomolecules
  Polymers
  Mathematics
  Calculus
  Matrices




Eligibility Criteria 

To be eligible for appearing in the WBJEE 2014 Common Entrance Exam a candidate must fulfill the following criterion:
 
(a) Applicant must be a citizen of India.
 
(b) Age Restriction:
 
(1) For Engineering / Technology Courses other than Marine Engineering:
Candidates must be at least 17 (seventeen) years of age as on 31.12.2014. There is no upper age limit.
 
(2) Marine Engineering course:
Candidates must be at least 17 (seventeen) years of age or above as on 31.12.2014 and must not be above 25 (twenty five) years of age as on 31.07.2014; as per guidelines of appropriate authority.
 
(c) Residential/Domicile Requirement:
 
Candidates appearing in WBJEE 2014 will be eligible for Seat allotment in Government Engineering & Technology Colleges provided they are Residential/Domicile of West Bengal. Residential/Domicile of West Bengal is any one of the following:
 
EITHER
The candidate MUST have been residing in West Bengal continuously at least for last 10 (ten) years as on 31.12.2013.
OR
His/her parents MUST be permanent residents of West Bengal having their permanent home address within the State of West Bengal.
 
Residential/Domicile certificate issued by a Competent Authority, as per the rules mentioned in the WBJEE 2014 Brochure, must be submitted with the application form to be eligible for admission to Government Engineering / Technology Colleges.
 
(d) Reservation:
 
Reservation of seats for SC /ST / PwD (Persons with Disabilities) candidates in WBJEE 2014 in Government Engineering & Technology Colleges of the State as well as those Self Financing Private Engineering & Technology Colleges of the State, who have received some grants-in aid from the Government, will be done on the basis of State Government Reservation Rules, provided they are DOMICILED in the State of West Bengal.
PwD candidates with minimum 40% disability will be eligible for admission to B.E. / B. Tech. / B. Arch. Courses, provided they are able to carry out the theory and practical of the courses mentioned above without any special concession and exemption.
All candidates belonging to the abovementioned categories need to provide certificates of their status issued by Competent Authority as per the guidelines mentioned in the WBJEE 2014 Brochure.
Minority (Sikh & Christian) candidates, DOMICILED in the State of West Bengal can opt for Minority Quota in religious minority institutes as approved by the Government of West Bengal.
Reservation is also available for candidates under Defence Quota in WBJEE 2014, for which they are required to apply separately to the authority specified in the brochure along with supported documents, as per mentioned in the same.
WBJEE 2014 Reservation of Seats for JEE (Mains) 2014Merit Listed students will cover up to the extent of 10% of the approved seats in all the existing Self Financing Engineering & Technology Colleges of the State of West Bengal.
Reservation of seats for admission under Management Quota in Self Financing Engineering & Technology Colleges of the State offering B. Tech / B. Pharm. / B. Arch. Courses will be up to 10% of the approved intake.
 
(e) Academic Qualifications:
 
Candidates applying for WBJEE 2014 MUST have the following academic qualifications, as specified by the AICTE for various courses:
 
(1) For Engineering/Technology & B. Pharm. Courses other than Marine Engineering:
 
Candidates must pass Higher Secondary Examination (10+2 level) or its equivalent examination with a minimum of 45% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together (40% for SC/ST/PwD candidates) and with at least 30% marks in English (for all categories of candidates) besides having individual pass marks in each of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Vernacular (or any other fifth subject).
 
(2) For Marine Engineering Course:
 
Candidates must pass Higher Secondary Examination (10+2 level) or its equivalent examination with a minimum of 60% marks in Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics taken together and with at least 50% marks in English either in 10th or in 12th Standard besides having individual pass marks in each of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Vernacular (or any other fifth subject).
 
(3) For Architecture Course:
 
A candidate, besides satisfying the eligibility criteria as stated in (1) above, must qualify in the NATA (National Aptitude Test in Architecture) conducted by the Council of Architecture, New Delhi and necessary document in this regard is to be produced at the time of Counselling.
 
Those candidates who are appearing for the Higher Secondary Examination (10+2 level) or its Equivalent Examination in 2014 will also be eligible to appear in WBJEE 2014, provided they fulfill all the above mentioned Academic Eligibility during counseling after the declaration of WBJEE 2014 results and all other pre-requisite criterion as mentioned earlier.