WBJEE JELET Result 2020, Score Card, Merit List, Tie Breaking Criteria

Exam Date : June 28, 2020
Result Date : July 24, 2020

West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Board (WBJEEB) will declare JELET Results 2020 on their official website i.e, www.wbjeeb.in on July 24, 2020. JELET Results 2020 will be released in the form of rank card which contains applicant's rank and score.

  • Results: Results will be declared on the official website for all category candidates based on qualified marks on July 24, 2020.
  • Scorecard: The final results will be published in the form of scorecard which contains all the details about the ranks and total score.
  • Rank: The rank will be given for the candidates who appeared in the JELET 2020.
  • Cut-off: The cut-off score for the qualification of JELET will be released by conducting authority after the JELET results have been declared.

Note:

The candidates with rank and cut-off do not mean that they are eligible for JELET Counselling 2020 the final decision will be made by the conducting authority.

How to check JELET Results 2020?

Follow the Steps given below to access your JELET Result 2020

  • Step 1: Visit the official website of JELET i.e. www.wbjeeb.in
  • Step 2: Find the relevant link "JELET Results"
  • Step 3: Login with the credentials (Registration ID, Username, and Password) provided at the time of registration.
  • Step 4: The result will appear in the form of scorecard on the screen.
  • Step 5: The candidates are required to download and take a printout the JELET Results 2020 for future use.

Details mention on JELET Scorecard 2020

The list of details that are covered in the JELET Rank Card are as follows:

  • Candidate's Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Examination Name
  • Register Number
  • Roll Number
  • Marks Secured
  • Rank Secured
  • Overall Rank
  • Category
  • PC Rank
  • General Merit Rank (GMR)
  • Schedule Caste Rank (SC Rank)
  • Schedule Tribe Rank (ST Rank)
  • OBC Rank - A and B

JELET Merit List 2020

The JELET Merit List 2020 will be displayed to all applicants on the West Bengal Joint Entrance Exam Board official website. To check the merit list, applicants have to log in with user name/ID and passcode. There will be 4 different types of JELET Merit List published by WEBJEEB. They are;

  • Merit list of diploma holders in Printing Technology
  • Merit list of diploma holders in Pharmacy
  • Merit list of diploma holders in Agriculture Engineering
  • Merit list of diploma holders in Engineering and Technology.

JELET Tie Breaking Criteria

In the case of similar marks, tie-breaking methodology is applied for determining ranks. For different courses, the tie-breaking methodology is as follows:

For Diploma holders in Engineering & Technology (excluding Printing Technology and Agricultural Engineering)

  • Less negative marks in total
  • More positive marks in combining the marks of Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials
  • Less negative marks in combining the marks of Engineering Mechanics and Strength of Materials
  • More positive marks in combining the marks of 4 subjects: Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Technology, Computer Application and Environmental Engineering
  • Less negative marks in combining the marks of 4 subjects: Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Technology, Computer Application and Environmental Engineering

For Diploma holders in Printing Technology

  • Less negative marks in total
  • More positive marks in combining the marks of Basic Printing Engineering and Printers’ Materials Science
  • Less negative marks in combining the marks of Basic Printing Engineering and Printers’ Materials Science
  • More positive marks in combining the marks of 4 subjects: Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Technology, Computer Application and Environmental Engineering
  • Less negative marks in combining the marks of 4 subjects: Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Technology, Computer Application and Environmental Engineering

For Diploma holders in Agricultural Engineering

  • Less negative marks in total
  • More positive marks in combining the marks of Soil & Water, Farm Machinery and Power and Food Processes and Food Harvest Engineering
  • Less negative marks in combining the marks of Soil & Water, Farm Machinery and Power and Food Processes and Food Harvest Engineering
  • More positive marks in combining the marks of 4 subjects: Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Technology, Computer Application and Environmental Engineering
  • Less negative marks in combining the marks of 4 subjects: Engineering Mathematics, Electrical Technology, Computer Application and Environmental Engineering taken together

For B. Sc. candidates:

  • Less negative marks in total

For Diploma holders in the pharmacy:

  • Less negative marks in total
  • Even after this methodology, the tie exists, the date of birth is considered as the deciding factor. The candidate who is older will be given preference over the younger one.

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