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Organisation : West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board WBJEEB
Announcement : JELET-2016
For Lateral Entry to 2nd Year (3rd Semester Level) of the Four Year Courses of Bachelor Degree in Engineering / Technology and Pharmacy (Except Architecture).
Related : WBJEEB JECA 2016 MCA Admission : www.entrance.net.in/10523.html
Instructions For Candidates :
1. Candidates appearing for JELET-2016 please carefully read the instructions below.
2. Online registration will commence on 05-05-2016 & continue till 16-06-2016.
3. Please ensure that the form is submitted and the bank payment is completed by 4 pm by Friday 16-06-2016
4. Candidate must have a valid E-Mail ID and a 10 digit mobile phone number
5. Candidate need to upload the following document’s in jpg/jpeg format
Document Storage Size
Recent coloured pasport sized photograph 10kb to 100kb
Signature and Left Thumb Impression 10kb to 100kb
Age Proof, Cast Certificate, Domicile Certificate and PWD Certificate 30kb to 300kb
Four simple steps to apply online :
Step 1 Registration
Step 2 Fill the application form
Step 3 Upload images (i.e. Photo,Signature & Age proof)
Step 4 Pay examination fees & download confirmation page
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Contact Us :
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board
AQ 13/1, Sector-V, Salt Lake City,
Kolkata – 700091
Toll Free No: 1800-34500-50
Phone: 033 – 23671198 / 23671159
Fax No: 033 – 23671149 / 23671148
Email ID: jelet2016 [at] gmail.com
About Us :
The West Bengal joint Entrance Examinations Board was formed as West Bengal Board of Examinations for Admission to Engineering Degree Colleges in the year 1962, born out of a concept of holding a common admission test for the Engineering colleges of the State of West Bengal.
The basic purpose was to select candidates for consideration for admission to the State Colleges on the basis of the results of a single competitive examination, which would also lead to saving of time, energy and expenditure on the part of the candidates in appearing at number of entrance tests.