The Joint Entrance Test for Nursing, Paramedical and Allied Sciences (JENPAS) UG 2021 was conducted by the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) on July 31, 2021. As of now, no official date has been released regarding the publication of results. Students are now in apprehension as to what they can expect after the results are declared.
JENPAS UG is a highly competitive examination in West Bengal. Importantly, the level of competition gets higher because those who appear for NEET are also seen to take the JENPAS UG examination. However, the primary target of the students who appear for this examination is to seek admission to a reputed government nursing college. To meet this end, it is essential that one takes into consideration their marks and ranks in JENPAS UG 2021.
The total marks of JENPAS UG 2021 examination are 200. If the scores of the candidates belonging to the general category are within the range of 140 to 150 and above, then they have a good chance of getting admission to a government-aided nursing college. Similarly, OBC category candidates must have a score between 125 to 130 and above to get seats in the government nursing colleges. Likewise, if the SC category candidates get a JENPAS UG 2021 score above 100, then they are good to get into the government colleges. Lastly, the ST category candidates, if their scores are between 80 to 85 and above, then they are also eligible for admission in the government nursing colleges.
Every year, the marks are seen to vary depending on the top-sought course. Even if the candidate does not secure admission in the first counselling, they are most likely to get admitted by the second or third counselling sessions. Nevertheless, these are the unofficial and tentative target scores that the students can expect to get admission in nursing. In terms of JENPAS UG 2021 ranks, it can be said that candidates having a rank between 1 and 115 are most likely to get admission into the top government nursing colleges. However, these are only the target ranks and scores. Please note that these scores are not final and hence they may change once the official result is out.
In case a candidate has already set these target scores while appearing for the JENPAS UG 2021 examination, they are likely to get the desired scores necessary to seek admission to a government nursing college. However, if the scores turn out to be less by 25 than the above-mentioned ones, then these candidates have higher chances of getting into the private colleges.