JEXPO 2016 Online application process, Exam date and details information about question paper.

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Are you searching for JEXPO 2016 application procedure? Know all the details information and application process and other important notification about JEXPO and VOCLET 2016 examination. This year JEXPO or Polytechnic examination will be held on April, 2016. Keep reading this article for more information.

West Bengal State Council of Technical Education (WBSCTE) will organised JEXPO examination for admission on various Polytechnic colleges in West Bengal on 3 years diploma course. This year JEXPO 2016 examination will be held on April, 2016. There is no any exact date was published by WBSCTE council. For apply JEXPO 2016 examination candidates have passed Madhyamik or equivalent examination with at least 35% marks. There is no any maximum age limit for applying this exam but candidate’s year of birth must be on or before 2001.


Candidates can apply for JEXPO 2016 entrance examination submitting the application form. Application form will be available on the selected diploma colleges and on the council. Students can get all the details information about JEXPO 2016 examination on the Application kit. The application fees is Rs. 500/- (and Rs. 250/- for the girls students who are in ‘Kanyashree’ scheem). Candidates must have to submit the filled application form on the same institution, from which he collect the application kit. The last date of submitting the application form is 21st March, 2016. Students may visit the council’s official website www.wbscte.org for more information. You contact to the council address, Kolkata Karigori Bhavan, 3rd Floor, 110, SN Banarjee Road, Kolkata-7000013.
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  1. For JEXPO 2016 suggestion you may buy any suggestion books available in the market. By the way, it is very difficult to make JEXPO suggestion, as the questions are MCQ type. You can only practice the question types from previous year questions papers and practice books available in the market.

  2. Hi Mimo, you may read the NCERT books. The questions of JEXPO are not too much difficult. But you may follow Higher Algebra by Hall & Knight, Chemistry By K.S.Verma or Sachin Kumar Ghosh, Physics by H.C Verma.

  3. Which textbook to follow? I mean the real textbook, not guidebook. I'm an ISC student. This I need your help. Please tell me the name and author of the actual textbook for madhyamik. I know my class 10 book will do the job, but I still need to know.

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