The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board conducts the WBJEE to allot seats to successful candidates in the affiliated colleges of WBJEE. The allotment of seats depends on various factors laid down by the board. Therefore, predicting the WBJEE colleges that a candidate might get an offer of admission from is possible. There are college predictor tools that facilitate such a prediction for the students. WBJEE college predictor tools match the expected score of the candidates with the previous years’ cut off trends of WBJEE colleges and produce the best results. However, most of such automated tools are paid. Read this article to know how candidates can predict the expected WBJEE colleges manually all by themselves.
It is really advantageous for the candidates to manually predict the WBJEE colleges where they have strong chances to secure admission. Some of the pros of manual WBJEE college predictor are:
There are the factors that determine the seat allotment by the board. The college prediction can also be done on the basis of these factors. Candidates can predict the colleges where they have the closest possibility of admission and the prerequisites for the same are:
Candidates can use the steps mentioned below to predict the colleges where they might get admission –
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The board releases opening and closing ranks on the behalf of affiliated colleges of WBJEE. Let’s understand about the closing and opening ranks of WBJEE colleges with the help of the below explanation.
Candidates can check the closing ranks of various engineering branches available at the participating colleges of WBJEE. The table given below covers the previous year’s (2019) data of WBJEE closing rank.
|S. No.||Engineering Courses||Last Ranks|
|4||Printing Engineering/Printing Technology||644|
|5||Power Engineering/Power Plant Engineering||545|
|6||Polymer Science and Technology||4278|
|7||Optics and Optoelectronics||3547|
|10||Marine Engineering / Marine Technology||64607|
|12||Jute and Fibre Technology||13978|
|14||Apparel and Production Management||14214|
|15||Applied Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering/ Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering||80479|
|19||Ceramic Engineering And Technology||8084|
|21||Civil And Environmental Engineering||79529|
|23||Computer Science and Engineering (Cyber Security)||18071|
|24||Computer Science and Engineering (Data Analysis)||22852|
|27||Electrical and Electronics Engineering||79124|
|28||Electronics and Communication Engineering (Industry Integrated)||78246|
|31||Instrumentation And Control Engineering||29953|
No. Rather you should apply a manual WBJEE college prediction process to figure out the colleges where you stand admission possibilities.
Yes, nearly 10% of the seats in the state colleges of West Bengal are reserved for JEE Main aspirants.
Most of the WBJEE college predictor tools are either paid or not so accurate. Hence, it is recommended for the candidates to use the manual WBJEE college prediction method.
Before the result declaration, the board uploads the answer key of WBJEE on the official website, which you can access to estimate your WBJEE score. After calculating your score, you can match it with the opening and closing ranks of WBJEE participating institutions to predict the colleges where you have the possibility to get admission.
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