There are overall 32,700 seats on offer in various engineering colleges in West Bengal. This year, a total of 22,175 seats remain vacant, as compared to 16,000 last year, according to the registrar office of WBJEEB.
Low takers for traditional courses, more seats than takers, and lesser salaries as compared to the fee at the private engineering institutes have been sited as the reason behind the drop-out of candidates from admissions despite qualifying the entrance exam
WBJEE JENPAUH results 2019: The candidates who appeared in the examination can check the results through the website wbjeeb.in. The paramedical recruitment examinations was conducted in the month of May
WBJEE seat allotment result 2019: Selected candidates will have to pay an admission fee to book a seat. The candidates will also have to undergo document verification which will begin from July 4 to 7, 2019.
WBJEE result 2019: The applications have started today - June 25 (Monday) at the official website, wbjee.nic.in and be available till June 29, 2019. The general merit rank (GMR) are calculated based on marks obtained in paper-I and paper-II score.
WBJEE result 2019: The topper of West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination, Soham Mistri is also the third rank holder in state in class 12 CBSE board results. He has secured name in IIT Bombay first admission list already and aspires to pursue postgraduation from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA.