West Bengal State Council of Technical & Vocational Education (WEBSCTE) will release JEXPO and VOCLET 2019 admit card in the month of May. The issuance of admit card has been postponed because the conducting body has changed the exam date. Earlier, the exam for JEXPO and VOLCET were due to be held on April 28, 2019. However, the exam date has been shifted to May 30 and the application deadline has been extended until April 18, 2019. Due to this, the issuance of JEXPO and VOLCET admit card has also been delayed.
Now, in order to download the admit card for JEXPO and VOCLET 2019 candidates need to visit the official website. In the login page available on the website enter your enrollment number and password that was generated at the time of application form submission.
Further on submitting these login credentials the admit card will be generated on the screen. Download the admit card and do check the details such as name, roll number, examination centre Name, centre code, centre address, photograph and signature. Take a printout of the admit card to be carried on the day of the exam.
However, apart from the admit card candidates will also have to carry a valid Id proof such as aadhar card, passport, driving license, voter Id, bank passbook which contains a photograph etc. Candidates must not carry graph papers, log tables, calculators, cell phones or other electronic gadgets in the exam hall.
Now, as we know JEXPO and VOLCET 2019 are two different exams and are to be conducted in offline mode only. The examination will be of 2 hours duration with a total of 100 questions in each paper. There will be two papers for both the exam namely paper 1 and paper 2.
Paper 1 of JEXPO 2019 will have 100 questions from Mathematics and paper 2 will have 100 questions from Physics and Chemistry. Similarly, paper 1 of VOLCET 2019 will have 100 questions from Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry and paper 2 will have 100 questions from Mechanics and Computer.
JEXPO and VOCLET entrance exams are conducted by West Bengal State Council of Technical Education (WEBSCTE). Candidates qualifying the exams will be able to take admissions in various diploma courses in polytechnic, engineering and technology in the state of West Bengal.
All the Government, Government Sponsored and Self-Financed Polytechnics colleges and universities affiliated to WBSCTE, VE and SD in West Bengal consider the score of JEXPO and VOCLET for admissions.
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