WBJEE 2019 West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations
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WBJEE 2019 Paper Analysis

By: R Chandrakala on December 14, 2017

WBJEE was conducted on May 17, 2016 in pen and paper mode (offline mode) across all cities in West Bengal. About 1.3 lac candidates showed up in WBJEE 2016 for admission to Government and private colleges in West Bengal. Generally, the test takers found the exam of moderate difficulty level.

This article concentrates on WBJEE examination, difficulty level, sectional difficulty level, number of safe endeavors and WBJEE Cutoff. This year, WBJEE will be held by WBJEEB (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board) on April 23 for admission to undergrad programs in engineering, architecture and pharmacy in West Bengal. An aggregate of 36,000 seats will be accessible in 104 taking an interest schools of WBJEE 2017.

The test was held in 2 sessions, each of 2 hours, with a 30 minutes break between the 2 sessions. The break-up of questions was as underneath: 

Subject Question Count
Physics+ Chemistry 40+40
Mathematics 75

WBJEE Section-wise Analysis

The difficulty level of WBJEE question paper was diverse for each subject. While Mathematics was generally simple, Physics and Chemistry had a blend of direct and difficult questions. A few questions in all areas had tough choices, making it difficult for the candidates to think of one right answer.

The subject-wise separation of WBJEE question paper  on the premise of the difficulty level is as given beneath:

Subject Question Count Good Attempt Count
Mathematics 75 45-50
Physics 40 25-30
Chemistry 40 25-30


The area was a blended pack of easy and tough questions. The Physics paper involved points like Laws of Motions, Hydrostatics, Hydrodynamics, Atom and Nuclei, Dual Nature of Matter, Heat and Thermodynamics, Rotational Motion, Kinematics, Semiconductors, Alternations Current, Optics, Electrostatics, Electromagnetic Induction, Magnetism, Current Electricity, and so forth. By and large, the difficulty level of Physics segment was direct to high. An attempt of 25 or more questions with about over 80% precision was viewed as great.


This area involved questions of mole concept, equilibrium, thermodynamics, viable science, s-block components, d-block components, transition components, atomic structure, chemical holding, hydrocarbons, aldehydes and ketones, haloalkanes, liquor, amines, science in regular daily existence and so forth. The overall difficulty level of the Chemistry segment was direct to high, and it had a blend of medium difficult and easy questions. The students who attempted 25 or more questions with over 80% precision was secured.


This segment involved every significant area of class XI and XII science. The area was moderately simple and had various simple questions than that of difficult questions. Generally, the difficulty level of the area was anything but difficult to direct. This segment included conic segments, straight line, 3-D, fundamental analytics, differential condition, separation, use of subordinates, change and blends, insights, likelihood, connection and capacities, quadratic conditions, imbalances, region under bend, number-crunching and geometric movements complex numbers, frameworks, determinants, triangles, breaking points and subsidiaries. A significant number of the inquiries could be illuminated by 'click on the correct response'. An attempt of 50 or more questions with about over 80% accuracy was viewed as great.

WBJEE Cutoff

The WBJEE Cut off List shifts for various taking an interest establishments and classifications. The table beneath shows the category specific opening and closing ranks of the best 10 engineering universities under WBJEE: 

College Name Opening Rank Closing Rank
Bengal Engineering and Technology 832 43037
Institute of Engineering and Management 21 3596
Jadavpur University 1 2537
Kalyani Government Engineering College 370 2528
Techno India 1616 25549
Netaji Subhash Engineering College 2082 11987
RCC Institute of Engineering and Technology 2166 101554
Heritage Institute of Technology 574 11495
Haldia Institute of Technology 481 31721


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