How to prepare for jexpo 2023 online?
West Bengal Polytechnic Exam, commonly known as JEXPO is conducted for admission in undergraduate diploma courses in Engineering & Technology offered in the various government and private polytechnic institutions of the state. JEXPO is conducted online by the West Bengal State Council of Technical Education. JEXPO witnesses a large number of applicants and is a tough exam in terms of number of applicants and seats.
Latest Updates for JEXPO
- 06 May 2021:
JEXPO 2021 application form is now available. Candidates can apply in online mode only .
- 03 Mar 2021:
JEXPO 2021 date announced. JEXPO registration 2021 to start on March 25.
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Students preparing for JEXPO 2023 have many ways to study and the one being most liked is online preparation. How to prepare for JEXPO 2023 is a common query among the aspirants. Careers360 is presenting the expert guidelines on how to prepare for JEXPO. The tips and suggestions are formulated by various coaching experts, subject matter experts and previous year toppers.
Check Previous Year JEXPO Papers
Students are advised to refer to the previous years' papers before beginning with the JEXPO preparation. Previous year papers will give students the knowledge about the difficulty level of the exam, topics which have been asked in past years, topics which are repeatedly asked and other much-needed information. Students can check previous year's JEXPO question papers online over the internet or purchase from the book store whichever is convenient. Students must refer to at least 10 to 15 years' papers to get a clear understanding of all the points related to the exam.
JEXPO Syllabus and Exam Pattern
Students must have a clear understanding of all the topics which are covered in the exam. JEXPO syllabus is released by the exam conducting authority along with the release of the application form. Students must study for the exam only as per the official syllabus prescribed. JEXPO exam pattern will inform about the marking scheme, types of questions being asked, and other important information related to the exam.
Select the Online Study Material
After the students are familiar with the exam pattern and difficulty level of the exam, they should select the study material. Since students are opting for online preparation there are many coaching institutes that provide online classes and study materials for JEXPO preparation. Apart from these, students can also go for free online classes across various online platforms. Many teachers provide recorded videos of the subjects and topics which are covered in the exam. One such platform is tcyonline.com. Students can get online study materials for Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry and also mock tests for all the subjects as well as the complete tests.
Students can also refer to the NPTEL portal developed by the MHRD, Govt of India to help students prepare for the exam online, This portal has online recorded classes from eminent subject experts from various institutes. The portal is completely free and students need not pay any charge for studying through the portal.
Make a Time Table for JEXPO Preparation
Preparation for any exam requires continuity and dedication. Students are advised to make a timetable for their JEXPO 2023 preparation as it will bring continuity to their exam preparation. Time table must be prepared such that all the subjects and topics get equal weightage and there must also be a revision time for all the topics which are studied.
Revision is of utmost importance in any exam preparation. Students who do not revise might forget the topics which they study thus creating a lapse in JEXPO preparation. Students are advised to mark the topics as important which have been asked repeatedly by looking to the previous years' papers. Revise those topics regularly and also make a short note to keep them revising on the go and before the exam.
Take JEXPO Mock Tests
Students must practice JEXPO 2023 mock tests after the completion of the syllabus. Solving the JEXPO mock test will help students in understanding their preparation level, strong and weak points, and also help in getting rid of appearing in the exam. Mock tests will help in time management, the understanding the time required to solve questions and papers.
Questions related to JEXPO
can Arts students join in jexpo?
JEXPO is a state level polytechnic entrance test that is being conducted by the West Bengal State council of Technical Education every year for the candidates that want admissions in various diploma courses.
The basic requirement for giving this examination is the candidate must have passed their High school and has scored at least 35% in the qualifying examination.
So, even ARTS student can give the JEXPO examination.
Hope this helps.
someone can do polytechnic after graduation? From West Bengal? In jexpo eligibility it said that theres no upper age limit, so anybody can do it at any age??
YES, you can do polytechnic after graduation but you have to clear your priorities. I have said this because, most students generally do polytechnic after class 10th or class 12th, and so, doing polytechnic after graduation can be a waste of time.
polytechnic or diploma courses can be done after passing 10th course or after passing 12th course . After the diploma courses you can opt for graduation in relevant discipline.
I hope that this will help.
My jexpo merit rank 2022 is 19600 (general)..can l get admission any government college?
Wow! your performance is impressive. You have got a good rank in Jexpo. As you have secured 19600 rank in Jexpo , you have good chances to get government colleges. Candidates who have secured under 60000 have chances to get Government colleges. You can get admission to the following colleges-
- Behala Government Polytechnic
- Canning Government Polytechnic
- Central Footwear Training Centre
- Diamond Harbour Government polytechnic
- Engineering Institute for Junior Executives
- Falakata Polytechnic
- Gaighata Government Polytechnic
- Gangarampur Government Polytechnic
- Haji MD. Serafat Mondal Government Polytechnic
Some colleges are mentioned based on your rank. You have high chances to get many government colleges. Above information is based on previous years' cutoff. Also keep in mind that it may vary depending on many factors.
You can use the below link to get more details( cutoff, counselling etc) about jexpo:
Hope this will help you.
what happened if i use black and white photo in jexpo application and then i use colour photo in domicile certificate?
Hope you are doing absolutely great.
So with regard to your query, in the application form for the JEXPO exam generally you can upload a black and white or a colour photo, there won't be any problem, however, you need to make sure that, your image is visible clearly in the application form. The size of the photo should be between 10kb to 40kb.
Hope this helps you!!
my jexpo 2022 rank is 1514 general category what are my chances?
According to your rank, There are a lot of chances to get the seat in your dream college because it's your general category rank 1514 you scored a wonderful rank . Every year nearly 1.20 lakh students appear for JEXPO Exam and there are few government colleges that too require a good rank (5000 approximate) but you will scored rank 1514 at general category. Approximately you would get college in the 1st round of counselling.
All the Best! for your bright future.