JEXPO stands for Joint Entrance Examination for Polytechnic West Bengal. It is conducted by West Bengal State Council of Technical and Vocational Education and Skill Development (WB Polytechnic) generally in the months of April or May. If you are willing to get admission to diploma courses that are offered in the state of West Bengal then apply for JEXPO 2020.
Latest Update: JEXPO 2020 Application Form submission last date has been extended to April 15, 2020. Candidates can apply until the given date without having to pay a late fee.
- JEXPO Exam Overview
- JEXPO 2020 Exam Date
- JEXPO 2020 Application Form Released
- JEXPO 2020 Eligibility
- JEXPO 2020 Admit Card
- JEXPO 2020 Exam Pattern
- JEXPO 2020 Result
- JEXPO Counselling
JEXPO Exam Overview
Here are some key points that you can remember before taking this exam.
- Total seats offered 19,000 excluding Management quota seats.
- You can register for the exam from the month of January.
- Special Fee concession is given for female candidates.
- JEXPO Result 2020 will be released in the month of June. The result date will be updated soon.
JEXPO 2020 Exam Dates
The upcoming JEXPO 2020 Exam Date and other important dates have been announced on the official website. The candidates can check the dates in the table below.
|JEXPO 2020 Application Start Date (both Online & Offline)||January 2, 2020|
|Offline OMR Application Form Submission Last Date||March 16, 2020|
|Online Application Form Submission Last Date||April 15, 2020|
|JEXPO 2020 Admit Card Release Date||April 16, 2020 (Tentative)|
|JEXPO 2020 Exam Date||April 26, 2020|
|JEXPO 2020 Merit List Release Date||May 15, 2020 (Tentative)|
|Counselling Session Registration||To be announced|
JEXPO 2020 Application Form
Candidates can apply for the exam on the official website. They can also apply through offline mode. But before applying it is good to have the soft copies of passport size photograph and signature. Moreover, you must fulfil the eligibility criteria before fulfilling the admit card.
- For online application visit the JEXPO official website which is webscte.co.in.
- Here you can fill all the important information and submit the form.
- Then you can pay the application fee which is given below.
JEXPO Application Fee
|Gender||Online Mode||Offline Mode|
|Male||INR 450||INR 500|
|Female||INR 225||INR 250|
To get the application forms, you must visit the Government and Private Polytechnic and ITI Institutions / Colleges. Then you have to fill the application form which is an OMR sheet.
Remember you have to submit the application form to the same college or institute from where you got it.
JEXPO 2020 Eligibility Criteria
The eligibility criteria consist of components like age limit, educational qualification, and domicile. All details are elaborately given below. You can refer here.
You are eligible for this exam if you have born before July 1, 2003, and moreover, there is no upper age limit as per the criteria framed by the conducting authority.
You have to be an Indian national or citizen to take up this entrance test.
Remember you should have passed class 10 with English, Physical Science, and Mathematics as compulsory subjects from any recognized Board for Secondary Education. And you should have scored at least a minimum of 35% aggregate marks.
JEXPO 2020 Admit Card
The JEXPO 2020 Admit Card will be made available on the official website from April 16, 2020 tentatively. You can download the admit card or hall ticket for JEXPO 2020 exam from the site. Please note that the admit card will not be sent to you by post and so you have to download it.
How to download the admit card?
- Visit the official website.
- Look for download or access the admit card link.
- The page will open.
- You can fill in your credentials - application form number and password.
- Then finally take some printouts to carry one to the exam centre.
JEXPO 2020 Exam Pattern & Syllabus
It is important for any candidate to learn about the exam pattern as it will help one to get familiar with the actual exam and prepare in such a way for the exam. WBSCTE JEXPO is a pen and paper-based test.
Generally, the syllabus is based on the subjects in Class 10. The exam has two papers and different weightage will be given to each of the papers based on the marks allotted to these papers. The detailed version of the syllabus is given below.
|Sections or Papers||2|
|Negative Mark||0.25 Mark /Question|
|Mark for the right answer||1 Mark/Question|
The Paper I will have questions from Mathematics. There will be a total of 100 questions. For Paper II there will be two sections - Physics & Chemistry. Each subject will have 50 questions each.
JEXPO 2020 Result
The FTII Council will not provide any sort of rank card for the applicants. The merit list will be made available on the official website on May 15, 2020 tentatively. The applicants can check the results by entering their credentials.
JEXPO 2020 Counselling
The counselling for the JEXPO exam will be conducted in the Online mode. But after this, if vacant seats are left then a special manual (offline) round will be conducted to fill those vacant seats. About 19,000 self-finance diploma seats will be offered to the candidates through the counselling process. But this does not include the management quota seats.
Remember the online counselling is open to the valid rank holders only. They have to register for the counselling and participate in the choice filling. Candidates can choose from the 565 choices that are given. The choice is a combination of the institute and branch.
So it is advised that the candidates pick as many choices as per their order of priority to maximize the chances of admission. The allotment of seats is based on the rank of the candidate and the choice filled by that person.
Documents Required for JEXPO Counselling Session
An eligible candidate is expected to bring the following documents to the venue for the counselling process.
- A printout of the provisional allotment letter and money receipt.
- Admit card of madhyamik or equivalent examination as age proof. This will also help the authority to determine the district where the candidate has done schooling if he or she has adopted the district quota seat.
- The original mark sheet of madhyamik or an equivalent exam.
- JEXPO 2020 admit card.
- Caste certificate.