Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.)

  For admission of students in Engineering and Technology courses in any Engineering and Technological Degree College of    West Bengal a single window selection procedure is followed. Students need to sit for any of the following Admission Tests:

  • West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination (E&T) called in short JEM
  • All India Engineering Entrance Examination called in short AIEEE
  • West Bengal Joint Entrance Lateral Entry Test called in short JELET

A minimum 10+2 examination passed candidate having minimum aggregate marks as stipulated from time to time by the respective Test Agencies has to qualify in the JEM and AIEEE and thereby obtain a rank for admission into the 4-year Degree Level Engineering and Technology courses. After that in the duly notified online counseling sessions, the Central Selection Committee (CSC) of the WBJEE Board allocates colleges and streams to respective candidates  depending upon their rank in the above Tests and the availability of seats in the streams opted for by the candidates.  As followed in West Bengal, 80% seats of the approved intake in a college are allocated to the JEM qualified candidates  while 10% seats of such intake are allocated to the AIEEE qualified candidates. The rest 10% seats are allowed   by the Government to colleges as Management Quota.

      Diploma Holders in Engineering and Technology and B.Sc Degree holders with Mathematics as one of the subjects in the Graduation Level need to qualify in the JELET and obtain ranks for direct admission to 2nd year (3rd Semester) of the 4-year Degree Level Engineering and Technology Courses following the same procedure of Counseling Sessions of the Central Selection Committee (CSC) as mentioned above. The quota here is 10% of the approved intake in a  subject of the respective Colleges.

Master of Technology (M.Tech.) 

For detailed procedure of admission to the M. Tech course please visit university website.


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