JEXPO 2019 - West Bengal State Council of Technical and Vocational Education and Skill Development has released the application form of JEXPO 2019 on January 29 in both offline and online modes and open till April 18 (extended). WEBSCET will conduct JEXPO 2019 (WB Polytechnic) on May 30 (rescheduled). Candidates who qualify in the exam – to be held in pen-paper-based mode – will be eligible for admission to diploma courses in engineering, technology, architecture and also a pharmacy, offered by self-financed polytechnic colleges in the state. Some 19,000 diploma seats will be offered through JEXPO 2019, not including management quota (MQ) seats. JEXPO aspirants must ensure they meet prescribed eligibility criteria before filling the application form and submit it before the last date – or else applications will not be entertained. The result of JEXPO 2019 will be declared tentatively on June 3 in the form of merit list. Based on the rank obtained by the candidate, first online counselling will be held in June followed by a special offline round. Go through the rest of the article to learn the full details of JEXPO 2019.
Latest: The exam date of JEXPO 2019 is rescheduled to May 30.
Latest: Last date to fill JEXPO 2019 Application Form is further extended till April 18
Overview of JEXPO 2019
Name of exam
JEXPO (WB Polytechnic)
Exam conducting body
West Bengal State Council of Technical and Vocational Education and Skill Development
19,000 seats in self-financed polytechnics (excluding Management Quota ((MQ)) seats)
All these seats are offered under the general category only.
Mode of exam
Pen-and-Paper based (offline)
Mode of application
Both online and offline
Mode of counselling
First there will be online counselling, which will have a total four rounds. This will be followed by a special offline round.
JEXPO 2019 Important Dates
Candidates can keep themselves updated about all the latest events related to the entrance exam by following the important dates of JEXPO 2019. The dates given for corresponding events in the table below are tentative in nature and will be updated once the new dates become available. Also, note that even if a date is declared, exam authorities’ reserves the right to change for any reason they may deem fit – and if it happens it will be reflected here.
Important dates of JEXPO 2019
Issue of application form (Online/Offline)
January 29, 2019
Last date to register
April 18, 2019
Issue of admit cards
May 3, 2019
May 30, 2019 (revised date)
Declaration of Result
June 3, 2019
2nd or 3rd week of June 2019
JEXPO Eligibility Criteria 2019
All candidates seeking admission to diploma courses are required to meet the eligibility criteria of JEXPO 2019 prescribed by admission authorities; or else the candidate will not be considered for admission. The JEXPO 2019 eligibility criteria include restrictions related to qualifying exam, minimum marks, and also age limit – as discussed below – that candidates have to meet.
Nationality – The candidate needs to be an Indian citizen
Qualifying exam – The candidate must have passed the secondary examination with minimum 35% marks in aggregate. Those appearing in the secondary examination are also eligible.
Subject combination – The following subject combination is accepted – English, Physical Science/Science and Mathematics among others as subjects.
Age limit – There is no upper age limit, but the candidate mustn’t be born after July 2, 2004.
The application form of JEXPO 2019 (WB Polytechnic) is available in both online and offline modes from January 29. The OMR-based application form is available till April 18, 2019.
How to fill JEXPO 2019 application form
Get registered – The candidate has to get registered using valid email id and mobile number, among other details.
Fill the form – Post successful registration, the candidate has to fill different fields in the application form, including personal, academic and contact details.
Upload photos – The candidate has to next upload scanned images of photograph and signature in the prescribed format.
Payment of application: In the penultimate step, the candidate has to pay the application fee of Rs. 450 ( Rs. 250 in case of Kanyashree candidates)
Submission of application form: Submit the application form after checking that it is complete in all respects.
Mode of application
Filling of JEXPO 2019 application form – Offline mode
If candidates want to submit offline (OMR-based) application form, they have to first purchase it along with the information booklet from listed Polytechnics and ITIs on cash payment of Rs. 500 (Rs. 250 in case of valid Kanyashree candidates). The candidate has to then duly fill the form, attach photograph and put in the signatures – both of the candidate and the parent, and submit it before the last date.
JEXPO Exam Pattern 2019
There are many benefits of going through the exam pattern of JEXPO 2019. To begin with, the candidate will get to know that the question paper will include multiple choice questions (MCQs), with questions being asked from physics, chemistry and mathematics. The candidate can use this bit of information provided by the JEXPO 2019 exam pattern to align their exam preparation accordingly – for example solving questions banks with multiple choice questions can help increase speed and accuracy, and consequently do well in the exam.
Synopsis of JEXPO 2019 exam pattern
The test will have two papers – Paper I (Mathematics) and Paper II (Physics and Chemistry)
Both papers will be MCQs-based.
Each paper will be of 100 marks
The test will be pen-and-paper based
Candidates will be provided with OMR answer sheets, where responses have to be entered by darkening circles using a black/blue ball-point pen.
JEXPO Syllabus 2019
Exam conducting authorities will follow the revised syllabus of Class X under West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) for drafting questions for the entrance exam. It is important that all candidates are familiar with the topics covered in each subject if they want to perform well in the entrance exam. It is because it is unlikely that questions will be asked outside the JEXPO 2019 syllabus.
Syllabus of JEXPO 2019
Real Numbers, Laws of Indices, Graph, Co-ordinate Geometry - Distance Formula, Linear Simultaneous Equations, Properties of Parallelogram, Polynomial, Factorisation, Transversal & Mid-Point Theorem, Profit & Loss, Statistics, Theorems on Area, Construction of a Parallelogram whose measurement of one angle is given and equal in area of a Triangle, Construction of a Triangle equal in area of a quadrilateral, Area & Perimeter of Triangle & Quadrilateral shaped region, Circumference of Circle, Theorems on concurrence, Area of circular region, Co-ordinate Geometry - Internal and External Division of Straight Line Segment, Co-ordinate Geometry - Area of Triangular Region, Logarithm.
Quadratic Equations with one variable, Simple Interest, Theorems related to circle, Rectangular Parallelopiped or Cuboid, Ratio and Proportion, Compound Interest and Uniform Rate of Increase or Decrease, Theorems related to Angles in a Circle, Right Circular Cylinder, Quadratic Surd, Theorems related to Cyclic Quadrilateral, Construction of circumcircle and incircle of a triangle, Sphere, Variation, Partnership Business, Theorems related to Tangent to a Circle, Right Circular Cone, Similarity, Construction of tangent to a circle, Real life Problems related to different Solid Objects, Trigonometry - Concept of Measurement of Angle, Construction - Determination of Mean Proportional, Pythagoras Theorem, Trigonometric Ratios and Trigonometric Identities, Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary angle, Application of Trigonometric Ratios - Heights & Distances, Statistics - Mean, Median, Ogive, Mode and Numerical Aptitude.
Measurement, Force & Motion, Atomic Structure, Mole Concept, Matter - Structure
and Properties, Solution, Acids, Bases & Salts, Work, Power & Energy, Sound, Heat, Separation of
Components of Mixtures, Water.
Concerns about our Environment, Behaviour of Gases, Light, Periodic Table and Periodicity of the
Properties of Elements, Ionic and Covalent Bonding, Chemical Calculations, Thermal Phenomena,
Current Electricity, Electricity and Chemical Reactions, Inorganic Chemistry in the Laboratory and in
Industry, Metallurgy, Atomic Nucleus, Organic Chemistry and General Awareness.
Exam authorities will release e-admits card of JEXPO 2019 from May 3 onwards. Candidates would be able to download the e-admit card by logging into the admit card download portal entering their application number. Please note authorities will not send JEXPO admit card 2019 by any other means, including by post.
The candidate needs to take a printout of the JEXPO 2019 admit card, as it will be needed for taking the offline exam and also for completing other admission formalities. On the day of the exam, along with the admit card the candidate must also bring with him/her an original photo identity proof – Aadhaar, Driving Licence, PAN Card, etc. The JEXPO admit card will contain details like the name of the candidate, exam centre details, and also roll number.
The result of JEXPO 2019 (WB Polytechnic) will be published on June 3 and will be available in the form of merit list. The result cum merit list of JEXPO 2019 can be checked in online mode only – and exam authorities will not communicate rank card individually to merit list candidates. Post declaration of JEXPO result 2019, authorities will also not entertain any requests for review of the result.
To be included in the merit list of JEXPO, the candidates need to score positive marks in each paper. If a candidate scores zero marks in either paper I or II, the candidate will not be included in the JEXPO 2019 merit list.
Admission authorities will first conduct the counselling of JEXPO 2019in online mode around the 2nd or 3rd week of June 2019 – online counselling will have four seat allotment rounds. Candidates who are short-listed for the JEXPO 2019 counselling process will be intimated online through the Council’s website. Eligible candidates have to get registered for counselling and participate in the online choice filling process – there will be around 565 choices to choose from. Since the JEXPO counselling will be conducted online, candidates can participate from practically anywhere provided they have an internet connection. It is recommended that the candidates fill as many choices as possible to maximize their chances of getting a preferred seat.
There are around 19,000 self-financed seats that will be offered through JEXPO 2019 counselling and seat allotment process. In addition, there are also Management Quota (MQ) seats which will be filled by the institutes directly. The seat allotment of JEXPO 2019 will be based on the merit rank of the candidate and also choices filled. If a candidate opts for auto-upgradation, the candidate is required to book their allotted seats provisionally and report at reporting centres (RCs) with two copies of “Provisional Allotment cum Money Receipt” and also pay Rs. 2000 in cash for validation.
To ensure the counselling process is smooth and candidates don’t face any trouble, help-desk centres will be set up. If candidates want any assistance, they may visit the help desk centres.
Special Offline Counselling Round of JEXPO 2019
After completion of the online round, a special round of counselling will also be conducted for filling vacant seats. Candidates who have already been offered a seat during online counselling are however not eligible to participate in this special round. The allotment of seats during special counselling will be completely based on JEXPO merit rank.