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West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board (WBJEEB) will organize JENPAUH entrance exam for admission to B.Sc Nursing (Bachelor of Nursing), B.P.T (Bachelor of Physiotherapy), B.A.S.L.P courses in West Bengal and EVETS exam for admission to BVSc. & AH course.
JENPAUH and EVETS are an offline pen paper-based examination with MCQ questions. Read this article to get the Model Question Paper for JENPAUH/EVETS exam, download the complete syllabus of JENPAUH/EVETS exam and get JENPAUH/EVETS 2019 Suggestion. Know the best books for WBJEE JENPAUH & EVETS exam.
JENPAUH & EVETS Exam Question Pattern
West Bengal JENPAUH and EVETS exams are pen-paper based examination on the OMR sheet. The question paper will contain two papers, Part – 1 (Biological Sciences) and Part-2 (Physics and Chemistry). Questions of these exams are not too much tough like WBJEE Engineering entrance.
On the Part-1 there will be 50 MCQ questions from Biology subjects and on the Part-2 there also will be 50 questions (25 from Physics & 25 from Chemistry). The total number of questions is 100 and each question carries 1 mark.
There will be Negative Marking of -0.5 for every wrong attempt. The questions of JENPAUH/EVETS Exam will be set from the West Bengal Higher Secondary (11th & 12th) standard Board’s syllabus.
JENPAUH Syllabus and EVETS Syllabus
The syllabus of West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board JENPAUH and EVETS is the complete Biological Sciences, Physics and Chemistry syllabus of 12th standard WBCHSE Council’s syllabus. Subject wise the syllabus given below,
Diversity of Living Organisms, Structural Organization of Plants, CELL: Structure & Function, Plant Physiology, Human Physiology, Reproduction in Organisms, Genetics and Evolution, Biology and Human Welfare, Biotechnology and its applications, Ecology and Environment.
Dynamics of rotational motion, Gravitation, Thermodynamics, Kinetic Theory of Gasses, Waves, Optics, Electrostatic field and Electric potential, Capacitance and capacitors, Heating effect of current, Electromagnetism, Alternating current, Electromagnetic waves, Semiconductors and Electronics, Quantum theory.
Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic, Atomic Structure, Colloidal Solutions; Electrolyte solutions & Chemical Equilibrium, Gas Laws, The Periodic Table & The Chemical Families, Chemical Bonding & Molecular Structure, Chemistry of Non-metallic Elements & Their compounds, Chemistry of Organic Compounds, Chemistry in Industry, Environmental Chemistry, Radioactivity, Chemical Dynamics, Solutions, Acid-Base & Redox, Halogens, Metals, Organic Compounds, Biomolecules.
Best Books JENPAUH and EVETS Exam
If you want to crack the JENPAUH or EVETS examination and get a good rank then at first, read syllabus wise textbooks and after that practice MCQ questions. Here we listed some books, which may help you to crack the West Bengal WBJEE JENPAUH and EVETS Exam.
1. Biology Text Book by Dutta, Rath and Ganguly.
2. Biology Reference Books by Chhaya Prakashani.
3. Physics Reference Book by Prabir Sankar Sengupta, Shiekh Ashfaque Ali.
4. Chemistry Reference Book by Md. Salim, Rabindranath Patra, Goutam Kumar Mukherjee.
Model Question Paper JENPAUH and EVETS Exam
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If you want to get a good rank on JENPAUH/EVETS exam, at first try to read carefully the chapters according to the HS Syllabus syllabus. After that practice various question papers and practice books.
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