Get your WBJEE 2021 Admit Card online now; find the direct link here
WBJEE 2021 Admit Card is available online now. Candidates can go to the official website, which is wbjeeb.nic.in, login with their application form number and password and then download the document.
With the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) all set to held from July 17, a great relief has finally been provided to students. WBJEE 2021 Admit Card 2021 has been released to them. This comes after great uncertainty over whether the exams will be held at all with the 3rd Covid-19 wave looming over most of India. The problem is that the WBJEE examination, there are 2 of them, will be held in the offline mode in separate shifts, but on the same day.
However, for now, each candidate can access his or her WBJEE 2021 Admit Card 2021 through the online mode. It will ensure that they do not have to visit any centre to get their card. Candidates can get their WBJEE 2021 Admit card by going to the official website, which is wbjeeb.nic.in, and then download it. candidates will have to provide their credentials, including application number as well as password, before being allowed to download the admit card. Do verify the details for accuracy as getting surprised at the last moment will be very costly.
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Those who are successful and pass WBJEE 2021 exam will get cleared for the counselling process and after that there is the admission process.
WBJEE 2021 Admit Card 2021: Click on direct link here.
The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board test consists of 2 papers:
Paper 1 (Mathematics): 100 marks - to be held in first shift
Paper 2 (Physics and Chemistry): 100 marks - to be held in second shift
The exam will consist of Multiple-Choice Questions (MCQ) and, as usual, there will be 4 options for them to choose the correct answer from.
What is West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination?
The WBJEE is held for undergraduate (UG) Engineering and Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture programmes in Government and self-financed institutions and universities across West Bengal.