WBJEE result 2016: West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board engineering result declared on Sunday at 4 pm on the official websites wbjeeb.nic.in or results.westbengaleducation.net. The WBJEE 2016 was conducted on May 17th for engineering courses.
WBJEE is conducted as an eligibility entrance examination for admission to various undergraduate level courses (BE/ B.Tech/ B.Arch/ B.Pharm and MBBS/ BDS). Around 44,258 candidates had registered to take the WBJEE 2016 in engineering and medical both, while 31,604 had applied for medical only. WBJEE 2016 was conducted in three shifts only allowing engineering aspirants to sit this time. Physics & Chemistry paper consisted of 80 questions with maximum 100 marks with a given time duration of 2 hours. Provided the same time duration, 75 questions were asked in Mathematics paper with 100 obtainable marks.
This year a lot of medical students could not appear for the WBJEE 2016 as Supreme Court had decided to replace state-level medical entrance examination with NEET. But now the WBJEE 2016 for medical students will be conducted on July 20 and the NEET II will be held on July 24.
In order to avert the rush we provide you with the steps to check WBJEE result 2016:
STEP 1: Log on to the official website website wbjeeb.nic.in or results.westbengaleducation.net
STEP 2: Go to the ‘WBJEE 2016 Engineering Results’ section
STEP 3: Enter your details specified on the hall ticket such as roll number, date of birth
STEP 4: Click on ‘Submit’ and your WBJEE result 2016 will be displayed
STEP 5: You can save a copy of WBJEE result 2016 or take a print out for future reference
WBJEE will release the counselling schedule soon. The admissions are facilitated to candidates on the basis of rank and colleges preferred by them.
There has been continuous decline in applications for WBJEE. The board received only 75,682 applications including engineering and medical in March. In 2015, around 1.28 lakh had applied and more in the year before. Last year too, only around 17,000 seats were filled by the final round of counselling, leaving 19,000 seats vacant.
We wish students Good Luck!
The West Bengal joint Entrance Examinations Board was formed as West Bengal Board of Examinations for Admission to Engineering Degree Colleges in the year 1962, born out of a concept of holding a common admission test for the Engineering colleges of the State of West Bengal.