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West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam


The West Bengal Joint Admission Examination, abbreviated WBJEE, is a state-level entrance test for institutions in West Bengal. It offers admission to several UG programs such as Engineering and Technology, Architecture, and Pharmacy given by West Bengal's Government, Self-Financing Engineering, and Technological Institutes. 


Particulars  Information 
Exam  West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam
Conducted by WBJEEB (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board)
Level of exam State-level
Frequency of exam Once a year
Mode of exam Pen and Paper based

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WBJEEB has established some qualifying requirements for the WBJEE test in order to screen potential students. Candidates can view the WBJEE eligibility requirements for engineering, architecture, and pharmacy courses below:

Minimum Age
17 years as on 31st December 2022
Educational Qualification
10+2 or similar from any recognized board
Mandatory Subjects
PCM & English (for Engineering/Architecture)
Physics, Chemistry (for Pharmacy)
Min. Marks
At least 45% (40% for SC/ST/OBC-A, B/PwD
Domicile Criteria
This is required for Counselling Process:
any seat in Govt. aided Technology/Engineering/Pharmacy colleges.
in Jadavpur University for 90% seats of General category
WB University Animal & Fishery Science - B.Tech. (Dairy Technology) - General category seat
in any institute, reserved category seat (SC/ST/OBC-A, B, /PwD/TFW)


WBJEE Syllabus includes sections from the 11th and 12th-grade chemistry, physics, and mathematics curricula. The section below discusses the major elements from the WBJEE Syllabus, as well as their weightage based on the previous year's paper analysis. Students can utilize this information to devise a more effective test preparation approach.

Physics Physics 
Topics Weightage
Rotational Motion 0.04
Laws of Motion 0.04
Physics of Nucleolus 0.05
Work Energy Power 0.05
Modern Physics – Atomic Models 0.05
Nuclear Physics 0.05
Wave Motion 0.05
Simple Harmonic Motion 0.05
Solids & Semiconductor Devices 0.05
Magnetic Effects - Current and Magmatism 0.06
Electrostatics 0.06
Heat and Thermodynamics 0.06
Current Electricity 0.07
Chemistry Chemistry 
Topics Weightage
Chemical Thermodynamics 0.04
Carboxylic Acids & Derivatives 0.04
Chemical Equilibrium 0.04
Ionic Equilibrium 0.04
Alcohol Phenol Ether 0.04
Coordination Compounds 0.04
Redox Reactions 0.05
Organic Chemistry 0.06
S block elements 0.06
Transition Elements (d & f block) 0.06
p- Block Elements 0.06
Chemical Bonding 0.06
Chemical Kinetics 0.07
Mathematics Mathematics 
Topics Weightage
Complex Numbers 0.04
Permutation & Combination 0.04
Theory of Equations 0.04
Definite Integration 0.05
Sets, Relation & Functions 0.05
Indefinite Integration 0.05
Limits 0.05
Matrices & Determinants 0.05
3-D Geometry 0.06
Probability 0.07
Vectors 0.07

Exam Pattern

  • WBJEEB exclusively administered WBJEE in offline form as an OMR-based test.
  • Candidates must pick the correct answer by completely darkening the corresponding circle on the WBJEE response sheet with a blue/black ball tip pen. WBJEE comprises of two papers, each with its own time slot on the same day. Each paper is held for a period of two hours.
  • WBJEE questions are divided into three categories and there is no negative marking on questions in categories 3 and 2.
Mode of Exam OMR based - OMR
Question’s type MCQ (Multiple Choice Questions)
No. of Papers Two {Paper-I (Mathematics) and Paper-II (Physics & Chemistry)}
Duration 2 hours for each paper 
Exam Shift Paper-I (Morning Shift - 11:00 to 13:00) & 
Paper-II (Afternoon Shift - 14:00 to 16:00)
No. of Questions Physics - 40 questions
Chemistry - 40 questions
Mathematics - 75 questions


  Number of Questions Asked Marks Allotted (Correct Response) Negative Marking(for each
Incorrect answer)
Physics Chemistry Maths  
Category 1 30 5 5 + 1 mark - 1/4 mark
Category 2 30 5 5 +2 marks - 1/2 mark
Category 3 50 15 10 + 2 marks 0

Exam Paper

Previous year's WBJEE question papers are one of the top tools for students preparing for the WBJEE exam. Furthermore, completing question papers will assist students in better grasping topics and concepts. Furthermore, questions from WBJEE previous year examinations may be repeated again in the following years. As a result, it is critical that students practise old question papers before taking the test.

Exam Prepare

  • By understanding the WBJEE syllabus, students will be able to identify all of the subjects and units that must be covered, which will aid them in planning and preparing for the test. After students have been acquainted with the curriculum, the next step is to become acquainted with the WBJEE test pattern in order to gain a thorough grasp of the entire question paper. 
  • It is critical for candidates to become familiar with the WBJEE test pattern in order to understand the section-wise distribution of marks, the kind and quantity of questions, and the duration of the exam. Students must efficiently divide their time in order to complete their course on time and have ample time for review. 
  • The most critical factor here is consistency. Divide portions according to the amount of time available and organize study hours appropriately.
  • To begin, preparing and understanding the fundamentals of each topic from Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics are critical for achieving high scores in the admission exam. 
  • Practicing with past years' WBJEE question papers is an important aspect of preparation. 
  • It is critical for students to practice as many example papers as possible in order to understand the weightage of themes from each subject. They will also be able to identify their weak areas and work on them for progress. 
  • It is recommended that they set aside time to review the units, subjects, and concepts that they have already covered. 
  • Students should be determined and extremely subjective in terms of the syllabus to be changed During the final week, they should just study the topics in which they are poor and need to improve. Make meditation a need to alleviate your anxiousness and anxiety. Maintain your composure and confidence.

Exam Important Date

WBJEE 2022 Notification Release 14th December, 2021
Application date WBJEE 2022 21st December, 2021
application form correction dates WBJEE 2022 TBA
Admit Card Date WBJEE 2022 TBA
Exam Date WBJEE 2022 23rd April, 2022 (Announced)
Preliminary Answer Key Release WBJEE 2022  TBA, 2022
Deadline to challenge Answer Key TBA, 2022
Final Answer Key WBJEE 2022 TBA, 2022
Result Date WBJEE 2022 TBA, 2022

Exam Application Process

Candidates seeking admission to West Bengal institutions must first register online for WBJEE and complete the exam application form. The application form for WBJEE may be submitted online, along with payment of the application fee. Before beginning the form-filling procedure, candidates should read the guidelines for filling out the WBJEE application form.

  • WBJEE Registration: Candidates must register on the official website to apply for WBJEE. To fill out the registration form, candidates must use their email address and register as a new user by providing information such as their name, DOB, and cell phone number. An OTP will be provided to the candidate's registered cell phone number upon successful WBJEE registration. In order to finish the WBJEE registration procedure, he/she must validate the same.
  • Complete the WBJEE application form: On the website, candidates can fill out an online application form. It is recommended that applicants carefully read the guidelines before filling out the WBJEE application form and keep a printout of the same for future reference. After properly completing and submitting the application form, applicants will be assigned a unique 7-digit WBJEE application number. This must be properly saved as proof of registration achievement. The application form for the WBJEE is broken into two sections:
    • Personal information: Enter information such as your name, date of birth, father's name, category, gender, nationality, email address, phone number, and academic credentials.
    • Exam City of Preference: Candidates must choose three desired exam cities for WBJEE .
  • Photo and signature Upload: After completing the WBJEE application form, applicants will be required to provide scanned copies of their most recent passport-size photograph and specimen signature in accordance with the standards.
  • WBJEE Application Fee: Following the successful payment of the application fee, an online receipt is issued automatically. Please save this receipt as it would be required throughout WBJEE counseling and admissions. It also serves as verification that a candidate has successfully paid the WBJEE application fee and has registered to take the joint entrance test. A confirmation page is provided following the successful completion of the WBJEE application form. It is recommended that candidates print the confirmation document and keep it for future reference.

Registration Fee:

WBJEE Application Fee can only be paid online using Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card. The application fee for WBJEE 2022 varies depending on the category. In addition to the application cost, there are extra Bank service charges.

 General INR 500/-


Selection Process: 

  • Candidates will be chosen based on their performance in the admission test. Students who pass the test should register for online counseling sessions by paying the counseling cost using e-challan at Allahabad bank. To register for the WBJEE, candidates can go to the website. Candidates are eligible for two forms of counseling. Type 1: through WBJEE, and Type 2: By taking the JEE (Main).

Cut Off:

  • WBJEEB will publish the WBJEE Cut-off online for all rounds of counseling in the form of opening and closing ranks. WBJEEB Cut-off will be determined by a variety of elements, including the number of available seats, the marking system, the difficulty level of the WBJEE Question Paper, the number of candidates who took the test, and so on. Candidates who meet the cut-off will be admitted to their preferred WBJEE colleges. Home-state candidates or candidates from the state of West Bengal are entitled to 90 percent of the seats available through WBJEE, while candidates from other -states are only eligible for the remaining 10% of seats. Candidates who meet the WBJEE Cut off 2022 for the relevant courses and participating institutes will be assigned places in the colleges.

Exam Center

WBJEE Exam Centers in are projected to stay unchanged. WBJEE Exam centers are typically located in roughly 25 different locations in West Bengal. There are two test centers outside West Bengal, in Assam and Tripura, in order to assist students who do not live in that state. The location of WBJEE test centers will be determined by the selections made on the application form. Depending on whether the candidate is from (1) West Bengal, Assam, Tripura, or (2) other states, the candidate must select any three zones from the available possibilities.

Zone Districts of West Bengal
Alipurduar Alipurduar
Bankura Bankura
Bishnupur Bankura
Bolpur Birbhum
Suri Birbhum
Cooch Behar Cooch Behar
Balurghat Dakshin Dinajpur
Kurseong Darjeeling
Siliguri Darjeeling
Arambagh Hooghly
Bandel/Chinsurah Hooghly
Serampore Hooghly
Salkia/Bally/Uttarpara Howrah
Howrah Maidan/Shibpur Howrah
Santragachi/Domjur Howrah
Uluberia Howrah
Jalpaiguri Jalpaiguri
Jhargram Jhargram
Kalimpong Kalimpong
Central Kolkata Kolkata
(Moulali/Beliaghata/Narkel Danga/Phool Bagan/Kakurgachi/Park Circus)
North Kolkata Kolkata
(Bagh Bazar/ Shyam bazar/ Girish Park/ College Street/Burra Bazar/Sealdah)
Salt Lake/New Town Kolkata
(Salt Lake/Lake Town/New Town/Rajar Hat)
South Kolkata Kolkata
(Ballygaunge/Minto Park/Bhowanipore/Tollygaunge/Jadavpur)
West Kolkata (Joka/Behala/Alipore/Chetla/Khidirpore/Budge Budge) Kolkata
Malda Malda
Berhampur Murshidabad
Jiaganj Murshidabad
Raghunathganj Murshidabad
Kalyani Nadia
Krishnanagar Nadia
Nabadwip Nadia
Ashoknagar North 24 Parganas
Barasat (Airport/Madhyamgram/Barasat) North 24 Parganas
Barrackpur North 24 Parganas
(Dum Dum Jn. To Barrackpur)  
Basirhat North 24 Parganas
Asansol Paschim Burdwan
Durgapur Paschim Burdwan
Garbeta Paschim Medinipur
Kharagpur Paschim Medinipur
Medinipur Paschim Medinipur
Burdwan Purba Burdwan
Contai Purba Medinipur
Haldia Purba Medinipur
Tamluk Purba Medinipur
Purulia Purulia
Jainagar South 24 Parganas
Garia/Sonarpur/Baruipur South 24 Parganas
Raiganj Uttar Dinajpur
Other States
Silchar Assam
Agartala Tripura

Admit Card

Applicants who check in with the correct credentials, such as their WBJEE registration number and password, will be able to access and download their WBJEE admit cards. The WBJEE admission card will include information such as the test center, exam day, timings, and more. Candidates must provide their WBJEE admit card as well as evidence of identity. Failure to provide the admission card may result in the candidate's disqualification.

Steps to download Admit Card:

  • Go to the website and click on the link for the admission card.
  • Candidates will be able to log in using either their WBJEE 2022 application form number or their password/DOB.
  • After submitting their credentials, applicants must click the 'Sign In' option. Now, the admit card can be seen online, this must be downloaded and saved.
  • Candidates must inspect their admission cards for any anomalies. Finally, applicants must download and print their WBJEE 2022 admit card.


Q1. What is the distinction between the WBJEE eligibility cut-off and the WBJEE qualifying cut-off?
The WBJEE eligibility cut-off is the minimal number of marks required in your 10+2 examinations in order to take the WBJEE. WBJEE qualifying cut-off, on the other hand, is the lowest number of marks required to appear in the general merit list in WBJEE.

Q2. Why is it critical to check WBJEE eligibility requirements before applying for the exam?
Candidates must meet the WBJEE eligibility requirements. Candidates who do not fulfil the minimal eligibility conditions will be denied entry to the test and their applications will be revoked by the WBJEEB.

Q3. Is there a separate cut-off list for JEE Main candidates released by WBJEEB?
Yes, WBJEEB will publish a separate list of cut-off scores for the selection of JEE Main applicants to fill the state's self-financed Engineering and Technology Colleges' 10% of sanctioned seats.

Q4. What are the scholarship programmes available in West Bengal through the WBJEE?
WBJEE applicants are eligible for scholarships under WBJEEB's Tuition Fee Waiver (TFW) initiatives. Students who have excelled in academics and the WBJEE test are eligible for the award. These programmes apply to individuals seeking admission to UG Architecture/Engineering/ Pharmacy programmes. 

Q5. What factors impact the WBJEE cut-off in 2022?
The overall complexity of the paper, the number of students taking the exam, the average marks achieved by the applicants, and the number of unfilled seats in participating colleges are all elements influencing WBJEE Cut-offs 2022.

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