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 WBJEE 2021: Know about application, eligibility, syllabus

by Ishat Narain

WBJEE 2021, a state level entrance exam will be conducted in April 2021. The process of the WBJEE 2021 Application Form is mentioned below:-

  • The WBJEE application form will be released in the fourth week of December 2020.
  • Registrations: The first step of application is to complete the registration. Visit the WBJEE website and click on ‘Registration for WBJEE 2021’.Candidates have to register their name by providing a valid email ID and mobile number.
  • A candidate can submit only one form. Multiple form submission leads to rejection.
  • Filling up necessary details: Candidates should fill all the mandatory columns with correct personal and academic details. If any correction is needed later in the application form, candidates can correct it when the correction window will open.
  • Documents upload: A recent passport-sized photograph and signature in jpeg/jpg format should be uploaded by the candidate.
Documents Format Size Dimension
Photograph jpeg/jpg 3kb to 100kb 4 cm X 3 cm
Signature jpeg/jpg 3kb to 30kb 4 cm X 1.5 cm
  • Candidates must check the details of eligibility criteria before applying for the application form.
  • WBJEE Application fees: Application fees can be paid online or offline. Online payment can be made using a credit card, debit card, or NEFT. Offline payment can be made on Allahabad bank through E-challan.
  • Print out of the application form: The last step is to download and save the confirmation page and take a print out for future reference.

WBJEE 2021 Eligibility Criteria: The eligibility criteria in terms of age, nationality, qualifying marks, and qualifications are as follows:-

General Eligibility:

  • The nationality of the candidate must be Indian.
  • The minimum age limit of the candidate should be 17 years as of 31st December 2021. He/She must have been born on or before 31st December 2004.
  • Only for an engineering course, the upper age limit is 25 years as of 31st December 2021. Not for any other courses.

Eligibility Criteria for Engineering:

  • Candidates should complete the 12th level examination from any Central or State government recognized boards.
  • Candidates should be in Science stream with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects with Chemistry/ Biology / Biotechnology/Computer Application and Computer Science as one of the subjects securing a minimum 45% of aggregate marks (40% in case of ST, SC, OBC, and PwD category candidates)
  • Candidates must qualify in English securing a minimum of 30% of marks in the 12th level examination.

Eligibility Criteria for Pharmacy:

  • Candidates should complete the 12th level examination from any Central or State government recognized boards.
  • Candidates should be in Science stream with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects with Mathematics/ Biology / Biotechnology/Computer Application and Computer Science as one of the subjects, securing a minimum 45% of aggregate marks (40% in case of ST, SC, OBC, and PwD category candidates)
  • Candidates must qualify in English, securing a minimum of 30% of marks in the 12th level examination.

WBJEE Syllabus 2021: The syllabus consists of different Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics topics of 12th standard. The important topics of these 3 subjects are mentioned below:-

Physics Chemistry Mathematics
Dimensions and Units Atomic Structure Trigonometry
Physical World Atoms Algebra
Gravitation The Periodic Table and Chemical Families Coordinate geometry of two dimensions
Measurement Chemical Arithmetic and Molecules Co-ordinate geometry of three dimensions
Viscosity Coordination Compounds Calculus
Laws of motion Chemical Dynamics and Chemical Energetics Complex Numbers
Magnetic Effect of current Physical Chemistry of Solutions Permutation and Combination
Kinetic theory of glasses Chemistry of Carbon Compounds Polynomial Equation
Alternating current and electromagnetic induction  

Introduction to Bio-molecule

 

Sets, Relations and Mappings
Statistics and Probability