WBJEE Final Rank Card 2020 has been Released; Check Here to Download
West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board has released the final rank card on its official website wbjeeb.nic.in. The rank is released based on class 12th marks.
WBJEE announced via an official notice that this year the authority will not conduct the JENPAUH-UG examination. The decision came after the increasing COVID cases in the state as well as the country.
The Board decided that the admission process will be carried based on 12th standard marks and online counseling sessions.
WBJEE JENPAUH 2020: Steps to check the Rank Card
Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to access the Rank Card:
- Visit the official website of the Board wbjeeb.nic.in.
- Click on the tab ‘WBJEE’.
- Click on the link ‘Download Rank Card for WBJEE-2020 through Application No. and Password’.
- Enter the asked entails like application number, password, etc.
- A new page will be displayed showing your scorecard.
- You can also refer to the merit list pdf.
- Download the pdf and take a print out of the same.
Candidates whose name appears in the merit list pdf are only eligible for the next round i.e. counseling. Merit lists are released based on cut-off marks. Candidates who manage to score above the qualifying cut-off marks get his name on the merit list.
Documents Required for Counselling
Selected candidates are required to submit the scanned pdf copies of the following documents at the time of counseling:
- 10th admit card/birth certificate
- 12th mark sheet
- Domicile certificate
- Category certificate (ST/SC/OBC-A/OBC-B)
- EWS Certificate
- PWD certificate
In the case of OBC-A and OBC-B categories, the candidate must have got the approval of the concerned authority on or after January 1, 2019.
About WBJEE JENPAUH
WBJEE JENPUAH is a common entrance exam conducted for admission to B.Sc. Nursing, B.P.T (Bachelor of Physiotherapy) and B.A.S.L.P. (Bachelor of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology) courses. The state-level exam changed its name to WBJEE JENPAS-UG.
The major reason for the exam cancellation was the COVID outbreak. Recently, West Bengal witnessed a record rise in active cases with 3,340 cases. However, the recovery rate is also rising daily which is currently above 87%.