The admit cards for the WBJEE exam held by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board (WBJEEB) is expected to be released soon on the board's official website- wbjeeb.nic.in.
The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (WBJEE) is scheduled to be held on July 17. The board had earlier said that candidates will be able to download the admit cards between July 12 to 17.
You can download the admit card by following these steps:
Step 1: Go to the official website- wbjeeb.nic.in
Step 2: Key in your credentials ie the application number and password
Step 3: Download the admit card
Step 4: Take a printout for further reference
The test is conducted for admissions to Engineering, Technology, Pharmacy and Architecture courses.
WBJEE will be the first major examination in the state to be conducted offline amid the improvement in the COVID-19 situation, according to officials.
"This will be the first offline exam to be held this year in the state and poses a challenge, which we are confident about facing, taking full care of the health issues of candidates, and those involved in the exam process," WBJEE Board chairman Malayendu Saha said.
The exam was earlier scheduled to be held on July 11, but was deferred by six days with the hope that the pandemic situation will improve further, he said.
"There will be a minimum of 4-5 feet distance between the seats of two candidates, and one candidate will be seated in a small desk and two in the bigger ones," he said.
The board plans to declare the results by August 14 and complete the counselling process in three phases by September 15. The exam is being held on a Saturday, instead of the usual practice of conducting it on Sundays, taking in view the availability of transport amid the ongoing restrictions, he said.
Around 40 per cent of the candidates are from outside the state this year, he said. The board will also conduct 11 different examinations this year, including the entrance exams of Presidency University for entry into UG and PG courses that will be held on August 7 and 8, he said.
(With inputs from PTI)