WB-JELET 2025, B-Tech Entrance Exam After Diploma


WB JELET is an OMR based Common Entrance Test (JELET-2025) for admission in the academic session 2025-26 into 2nd year (3rd semester) of 4-year Undergraduate Courses in Engineering/ Technology and Pharmacy of different Universities, Government Colleges as well as Self Financing(Private) Engineering & Technological
Institutes in the State of West Bengal of India.This exam is conducted by WBJEEB (WEST BENGAL JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS BOARD).

Application Process:

You get the Application Form for the WB JELET examination only, online.

a) In the application form, the candidate needs to fill up various other information such as, domicile, category, PWD status, family income status, religion, nationality, academic details, etc.

b) Candidates must be careful while entering their name, father’s name, mother’s name, date of birth, gender and domicile. This information cannot be changed /edited / modified under any circumstances.

c) You need to choose zones(location) of examination Hall in order to your choice.

d) The candidate is required to upload JPG/JPEG images of his/her recent color photograph (10 to 200 KB) and signature (4 to 30 KB).

e) If any document e.g., certificate/marksheet etc. is to be uploaded, it must be in PDF format (50 to 300 KB)

f) Photo and Signature of candidate are to be uploaded in one go. For the application form you have to go the official website of WBJEEB

For the application form you have to go the
official website of WBJEEB


1.Eligibility criteria for application Form:

a) Citizenship: Applicant must be a citizen of India.
b) Age Restriction:
●There is no upper age limit for Diploma holders in Engineering/Technology/Pharmacy.
● For B. Sc. Candidates, the upper age limit is 27 (twenty-seven) years .
●For Diploma holders in marine Engineering, the upper age limit is 25 (twenty-five) years.
2.Eligibility criteria for admission in Colleges:

(A) For Diploma Candidate want to admission in Engineering & Technology Degree Courses:
i) You have to Pass a Minimum Three years / Two years (Lateral Entry) in Diploma
examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in any branch of Engineering and Technology.


If you Passed a B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC (Under Graduate Course), with at least 45% marks [40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category] and passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject).
The candidate who passed B. Voc (Bachelor of Vocation) or 3-year D. Voc. course (Diploma of Vocational) Stream in the same or allied sector has also have opportunities for taking admission in your dream college.
ii) If you want to take admission in Jadavpur University, the candidate must secure at least 60% (45% for SC/ ST/ OBC-A/ OBC-B/ PwD) marks or equivalent CGPA in diploma examination. D.Voc. Candidates are not eligible for admission in Jadavpur University through lateral entry.
iii) All relevant norms of D. G. Shipping will be applicable for admission into Degree Course in Marine Engineering.

(B) B.Sc(Bachelor of Science)/B.Voc. candidates seeking admission into Engineering & Technology Degree Course:
i) You have to pass B. Sc. /B.Voc. Degree from any University recognized by UGC with at least 45% (40% for SC/ ST/ OBC-A/ OBC-B/ PwD) marks.
ii) Also, the B.Sc. candidate must have passed 12th standard school examination with Mathematics as a subject.
iii)If you are admitted, you will have to clear the subjects of Engineering Mechanics and
Engineering Graphics / Engineering Drawing of the 1st year Degree Course in Engineering/Technology along with their second-year subjects.
iv) B.Sc./B.Voc. candidates will be considered for admission only if vacancies remain even after filling the seats with available Diploma holder candidates.
v) B. Sc. /B.Voc. Candidates are not eligible for admission into the Degree Course in
Pharmacy through WB JELET .
vi) B. Sc./B.Voc. Candidates are not eligible for admission in Jadavpur University through lateral entry.

(C) Both B. Sc. Candidates and Diploma holders in Engineering & Technology will
also be eligible for admission to the 1st year Engineering Degree Courses, subject to
vacancies in the 1st year classes in case the vacancies as lateral entry at second
year are exhausted. However, the admission shall be based strictly on the
eligibility criteria as mentioned above.

(D) Diploma candidate in Pharmacy seeking admission into Degree Course
in Pharmacy:

i) You have to pass a Diploma in Pharmacy from an institution approved by the
Pharmacy Council of India under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act.
ii) You have to secure a minimum of 45% (40% for SC/ ST/ OBC-A/ OBC-B/ PwD)
marks or equivalent CGPA.
iii) The above candidates will also be eligible for admission to the 1st year
Degree Course subject to vacancies in the 1st year classes in case the vacancies as
lateral entry at second year are exhausted. However, the admission shall be based
strictly on the eligibility criteria as is mentioned above or any notification is
issued by the Pharmacy Council of India on this issue.

Official website of Pharmacy Council of India-



●There will be two separate papers namely:
i. Paper-I for Diploma in Engineering/Technology OR B.Sc. candidates.
ii. Paper-II for Diploma in Pharmacy candidates.
● Paper-I for Diploma in Engineering/Technology or B.Sc. candidates will have the following structure-

Paper-II for Diploma in Pharmacy Candidates will have 100 question of Category-I
● Duration of Paper– 2 hour
●Language of Paper– English only
●Exam Mode–Offline and OMR Based Test


Mathematics (JELET)

A. Matrices up to order 3:
Definition of Matrix and its order. Different types of Matrices. (Rectangular, square, row,
column, upper triangular, lower triangular, diagonal, scalar, identity, null). Equality of two matrices. Addition, subtraction, multiplication of a matrix by a scalar and multiplication of two matrices. Transpose of a matrix, symmetric and skew symmetric matrices, simple problems. Singular and non-singular matrices, adjoint and inverse of a matrix of order 3. Eigen Values of matrix up to order 3. Statement of Cauchy Hamilton Theorem and application for determining inverse of matrix. Diagonalization of matrices.

B. Determinant up to order 3: Definition and expansion of determinants of order 2 and 3. Minor and cofactors. Elementary
properties of Determinants (statements only) and simple problems. Solutions of linear
simultaneous equations (up to 3 unknowns) by Cramer’s Rule.
Rank of a matrix up to order 3. Linear homogeneous and non-homogeneous system of
equations – statements of the relevant results and its applications.

C. Complex Number: Definition of complex numbers, Cartesian and polar. Exponential form of complex numbers. Modulus, amplitude and conjugate of a complex number. Algebra of complex numbers (Equality, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication). Cube roots of unity and its properties. De Moivre’s theorem (statements only) and simple problems.
D. Co-ordinate Geometry(2D):
Concept of polar co-ordinates and its relation to Cartesian co-ordinates. Conic section in 2D –Definition, simple properties, Tangents and Normal.
E. Vector Algebra: Definition of a vector quantity. Concept of Position vector and Ratio formula. Rectangular resolution of a vector. Algebra of vectors – equality, addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication. Scalar (Dot) product of two vectors of with properties. Vector (cross) product of two vectors with properties. Applications: Application of dot product in work done by a force and projection of one vector upon another, application of cross product in finding vector area and moment of a force. Scalar and vector triple product and their geometrical interpretations. Linear combination of 3 vectors. Linear dependence and independence of vectors.

F. Differential Calculus: Concept of function of one variable – Domain and range. Type of different functions including periodic functions. Limit and continuity. Standard limits. Types of discontinuity. Derivative of a functions (1st order and 2nd order). Statements and Applications of Roll’s Theorem, Mean Value
Theorem. Indeterminant Form. L’Hospital’s rule.

G. Application of Derivative: Geometric meaning of derivative. Rate measurement. Maxima and Minima (one variable)
H. Partial Differentiation:
Definition and meaning of partial derivative. Evaluation of partial derivatives. Definition and examples of homogeneous functions. Euler’s theorem (1st order) on homogeneous functions for 2 variables (without proof). Problems.
I. Integral Calculus:
Definition of Integration as inverse process of differentiation. Rules for integration (sum, difference, scalar multiple). Integration of standard functions. Integration by substitution. Integration by parts. Integration by partial fraction.
Definition of definite integral and simple problems. Properties of definite integral with simple problems. Application of definite integral – area of bounded region.
J. Ordinary Differential Equation:
Definition of ordinary differential equation, order and degree. Solution of differential equation of first order and first degree. Separation of variables. Homogeneous type. Exact type. Linear type. Solution of differential equation of first order but not of the first degree. Solution of linear second order differential equation with constant coefficients. Complementary Functions (C.F). Particular integral for polynomial function eax, sinax and cosax, [F(-a2) ≠0] eaxV where V is a
function. Simple problem.
K. Probability:
Definition of random experiment, sample space, event, occurrence of events and types of events (e.g., Impossible, mutually exclusive, Exhaustive, Equally likely). Classical definition of probability, simple problems. Statements of total probability, compound probability and Base’s Theorem and simple problems.

Physics (JELET)

A. Units, dimension, and measurement: CGS, MKS, SI units. Dimensions of common
physical quantities, dimensional analysis. Common errors in measurement. Error, accuracy, precision, resolution, significant figure.
B. Kinematics: Speed, velocity, acceleration, uniform/non-uniform, rectilinear/ circular
motion. Position/ velocity-time graph. Resolution and composition of vectors, scalar
multiplication of vectors.
C. Laws of motion: Newton’s laws of motion. Force, momentum, inertia, moment of inertia, impulse, couples, moment. Conditions of equilibrium. Conservation of momentum. Centripetal and centrifugal forces. Angular displacement/ velocity/ acceleration/momentum, torque. Static and dynamic friction, angle of repose, banking of roads.
D. Work, power, energy: Definition, measures, and units. Law of conservation of energy. Kinetic and potential energy.
E. Gravitation: The universal law of gravitation. Acceleration due to gravity and its variation on/ above/ below Earth’s surface. Gravitational potential energy. Vertical linear/ vertical circular/ projectile motion.
F. Elasticity: Deforming force and restoring force, elastic, and plastic body. Stress-strain
relationship, Hook’s law, Young’s modulus, Bulk modulus, Rigidity modulus, Poisson’s ratio and relation between them. Elastic energy.
G. Surface tension: Cohesive and adhesive forces. Definition, dimension and SI unit of surface tension. Surface energy. Angle of contact. Formation of droplets, bubble; their adhesion. Capillarity, shape of liquid meniscus in a capillary tube, rise of liquid in a capillary tube. Effect of impurity and temperature on surface tension.
H. Fluid mechanics/ Hydrostatics: Pascal’s law. Hydraulic lift. Buoyancy. Conditions of
equilibrium of floating body. Archimedes’ principle. Streamline flow and turbulent flow of a fluid, critical velocity. Equation of continuity and Bernoulli’s theorem. Viscosity,
Newton’s formula for viscous force, co-efficient of viscosity. Stokes law and terminal
velocity. Effect of temperature on viscosity.
I. Thermal expansion of solid: Linear, areal and volume expansion. Coefficients of
expansions and their relation. Change of density with temperature.
J. Transmission of heat: Conduction, convection, radiation. Thermal conductivity (formula, definition, dimensions, and SI unit).
K. Thermodynamics: Thermal equilibrium, calorimetry. Zeroth law of thermodynamics. Heat, work, temperature and internal energy. First law of thermodynamics. Specific heats of gas, their relation and their ratio. Isothermal, isobaric, isochoric and adiabatic process.
L. Reflection of Light: Reflection of light in plane mirror. Formation of image.
M. Refraction of light: Refraction of light through plane surface. Laws of refraction. Refractive index, its relationship with the velocity of light in different media. Total internal reflection and critical angle. Principle of optical fibre.
N. Lens: Convex and concave lenses. Formation of image. Relation between u, v, f. Power of a lens (in different mediums). Equivalent focal length & power of two thin lenses in contact.
O. Photoelectricity: Photoemission, Work function. Photoelectric current, its variation with intensity and frequency of incident radiation. Stopping potential, Threshold frequency.
Concept of photon. Einstein’s photoelectric equation. Principle of solar photo-voltaic cell and its uses.

Chemistry (JELET)

A. Atomic Structure: Bohr model of atom, de Broglie wave equation, Quantum numbers, Orbits and Orbitals, Aufbau principal, Pauli’s Exclusion principle, Hund’s rule of maximum multiplicity, electronic configuration of elements. Definition of Atomic number, Mass number, isotopes, isotones and isobars. Concept of hybridization sp3, sp2, sp and shape of molecules.
B. Chemical Bonding: Electrovalent, Covalent, and coordinate bonds, H-bond in HF, water, and ice. Classification of solids – crystalline and amorphous. Relationship between structure and properties of crystalline solids namely ionic solid, covalent solid and molecular solids. Covalent bonds in Carbon, Silicon and Germanium.
C. Acids, Bases & Salts: Avogadro number, Mole concept, weight and volume relations.
Acids, Bases and Salts (Arrhenius and Lewis concept). Acidity, basicity, neutralization
reaction, hydrolysis of Salts. Equivalent Weight of acids, bases, & salts; strength of
solution- normality, molarity, molality, formality and percentage strength, standard
solution- primary and secondary standards, concept of pH, and pH scale. Indicators and choice of indicator, principles of acidimetry and alkalimetry. Buffer solution. Solubility product principle. Common ion effect with relation to group analysis.
D. Oxidation, Reduction, Electrochemistry: Oxidation and Reduction by electronic
concept, balancing chemical equations by ion-electron method, Redox Titration,
Electrolysis, Arrhenius theory, Faraday’s Laws, electrolysis of CuSO4 solution using Ptelectrode and Cu-electrode. Application of electrolysis such as Electroplating, Electrorefining and Electrotyping, Electrochemical Cells, Primary Cell- Dry Cell, Secondary Cell Lead storage cell, Electrochemical series.
E. Chemical Equilibrium: Reversible and irreversible reactions, exothermic and
endothermic reactions, chemical equilibrium, Le Chatelier’s principle. Industrial
preparation of Ammonia by Haber’s Process, Nitric acid by Ostwald’s process and
Sulphuric acid by Contact Process. Catalyst and catalysis.
F. Metallurgy: Minerals, Ores, Gangue, Flux, Slag, General method of extraction of metals with reference to Iron, copper and Aluminium. Definition of Alloy, purposes of making Alloy, Composition and uses of alloys such as brass, bronze, German silver, duralumin, nichrome, bell metal, gun metal, Monel metal, alnico, Dutch metal, babbitt metal, stainless steel. Amalgams, properties and uses of cast iron, wrought iron, steel and sponge iron.
Uses of different alloy steels.
G. Water: Soft and Hard water, action of soap on water, types of Hardness, causes of
hardness, units of hardness, disadvantages of using hard water, estimation of total
hardness by EDTA method, removal of hardness by Permutit process, Ion-exchange
process, phosphate conditioning and Calgon treatment.
H. Organic Chemistry: Organic compounds, Classification, Homologous series, Functional groups, Isomerism, Nomenclature. Properties and preparation of Methane, Ethylene and Acetylene, Methylated spirit, Rectified spirit, Power alcohol, Proof spirit. Uses of Benzene,
Naphthalene and phenol.

Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (JELET)

A. Electrical components, measuring instruments:
Electrical components, measuring
instruments: Resistors, capacitors, inductors. Principle of operation of PMMC & MI type
Instrument. Principles of Voltage and Current measurement. Wheatstone bridge.
B. Transformers: Basic principle and construction. BH characteristics. Transformation ratio. Equivalent circuit, losses, regulation, efficiency. Auto transformer.
C. Electrical machines: Types of motors and their applications. Generation of rotating
magnetic fields. Basic construction and working of DC motor, single phase induction motor. Torque-Speed characteristics. Speed control.
D. DC sources and circuits: Voltage and current sources, their transformation, Thevenin’s, Norton’s theorems. Kirchhoff current and voltage laws. Superposition, equivalence. Determination of branch current/ voltage in passive circuits. Time domain characteristics of reactive components.
E. AC sources and circuits: Amplitude, frequency, time-period, phase, peak/average/ RMS values. Exponential, complex and phasor form of representation of sinusoidal voltage and current. Impedance, power factor, active/reactive power. Voltage and current relationship in star-delta connections. Behavior of simple RLC circuits with AC excitation.
F. Basic semiconductor devices: Energy level diagrams of insulator, conductor & semiconductor. Intrinsic & extrinsic, P-type, N-type semiconductors. P-N junction diode. PNP and NPN transistors, MOSFET, CMOS.
G. Analog Circuits: OPAMP, virtual ground, inverting and non-inverting amplifiers, adder, subtractor, integrator, differentiator.
H. Digital Electronics: Boolean Algebra, basic gates (AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, Ex-OR, ExNOR) – truth tables, symbols, and combination of gates.

JELET for Pharmacy
● Diploma Level syllabus in Pharmacy as prescribed by the Pharmacy Council of India.

Payment Of Examination

a) The Examination Fees can be paid by
Net Banking/ Debit Card/ Credit Card/
UPI/QR Code only.

b) Once the fees are paid, not refundable
under any circumstances.


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What are the eligibility criteria for WB JELET 2025?
Candidates who have successfully completed their minimum Three years / Two years
(Lateral Entry) Diploma examination.As for the marks requirements candidate must
attain at least 45% marks (with a relaxation to 40%marks for SC/ ST/ OBC-A/
OBC-B/ PwD) in any branch of Engineering and Technology. OR if you have passed

Is JELET a tough Exam ?
No, it is not a tough exam ,it depends on your practice.

What are the subject in WB JELET?
There are only four subjects– Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and
Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

Tell the cutoff for Jadavpur University through WB JELET?
You have to come under 50 rank for top branches of Jadavpur

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