JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions: Documents to Carry, Do's and Don'ts

Rahul Raj

Updated On: March 22, 2024 03:18 pm IST | JENPAS UG

Candidates planning to appear in JENPAS UG Exam 2024 should keep these JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions in mind to ensure a smooth experience. Check out the documents you'll need to bring to the JENPAS UG exam centre, as well as other useful information.

JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions

JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions: With a good amount of time left for the exam, candidates should take note of the exam day instructions for JENPAS UG, especially the dos and donts on the JENPAS UG 2024 exam day to avoid any last-minute confusion.

The process of JENPAS UG Application 2024 has started on March 22, 2024. The last date to apply for the registration form is April 22, 2024. The JENPAS UG 2024 Exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 30, 2024. Candidates will be able to download the JENPAS UG 2024 Admit Card from June 20 to 30, 2024.  Students need to have proper knowledge about all the important documents required for the exam. As exam day stress can become overwhelming, they might forget a few things. So, it is advisable to go through this article to make sure you are following every exam day JENPAS UG instruction.

Like every year, thousands of aspirants seeking admission to several Nursing, Paramedical, and Allied Science courses, sit for the JENPAS UG 2024 Exam. Some of the popular courses that are offered through the entrance exam are B.Sc Nursing/ B.Sc. in Critical Care Technology/ B.Sc. in Operation Theatre Technology / B.Sc. in Perfusion Technology/ B.Sc. in Physician Assistant/ B.Sc. in Medical Microbiology/ B.P.T Course / BMLT course and BHA Course have applied for the state-level entrance exam. 

For those taking the exam for the first time, the experience would be much easier and more enjoyable if they were well aware of the JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions. So, we've covered all of the exam day guidelines for JENPAS UG 2024 below.

Also Read:JENPAS UG 2024 Eligibility Criteria

Carry JENPAS UG 2024 Admit Card

Among the list of dos for the JENPAS UG 2024 exam day, carrying the JENPAS UG 2024 Admit Card is the most important thing. No candidates will be allowed to enter the exam center without producing the admit card. Without a valid hall ticket, you will not be allowed inside the examination hall. 

WBJEEB will publish the admit card a few days before the exam day and students will be able to download it till the exam date. Students should download them at the earliest, so there is enough time to notify the exam conducting body i.e. WBJEEB of the errors (if any) and get them corrected before the date of examination.

Steps to Download JENPAS UG Hall Ticket 

To download the JENPAS UG Admit Card 2024, candidates must follow these steps:

  • Visit the WBJEEB official website

  • Select the tab ‘JENPAS UG’ on the homepage

  • Click on the link saying ‘Download JENPAS UG 2024 Admit Card’ 

  • Enter your details, like Application No./DOB/Password 

  • View the admit card and carefully check all the details

  • Click on the ‘Save’ or ‘Download’ button to get it 

  • Take a printout of the hall ticket for future reference

Check for JENPAS UG Admit Card Details

Once you have successfully downloaded the admit card, you must check for the following details carefully:

  • Name of the examinee/candidate

  • Name of the examination

  • Personal details of the candidate – Father’s Name, Gender, Date of Birth, Nationality, Category, etc.

  • Roll No.

  • Name of the examination centre

  • Time and date of the examination

Cross-checking these details is important because it may so happen that the spelling of your name or DOB is printed wrong. In such cases, WBJEEB must be informed of the same immediately. Keep in mind that if the details on the JENPAS Admit Card do not match the information provided by the candidate at the time of filling out the application form, then the administering body has all the right to cancel his/her candidature. 

Candidates will also need to affix their recent Passport-sized photograph (coloured) in the designated space on the admit card and sign (or put thumb impression) the same in black ink. 

Documents to Carry to JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Centre

On the day of the JENPAS UG Exam, candidates will need to carry a set of documents to the exam centre. Here is what the list includes:

  • A printout of the JENPAS UG 2024 Admit card

  • A copy of the coloured Passport-sized photo that was submitted along with the online application

  • Original and photocopies of valid Identification proof – PAN Card/Aadhaar Card/Voter ID/Passport/Driving License/10th Admit Card

The candidate will have to produce the above documents at the reporting gate at the time of registration on the exam date. 

JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions

To ensure that the exam is conducted without any hassles, WBJEEB has released a set of guidelines for JENPAS UG 2024 for candidates to follow. Starting from the reporting time to dress code and COVID-19 protocols, here is all you need to know about JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions.

Reporting Time for Examination

All examinees are advised to report at the exam centre at least 30 minutes before the commencement of the exam. Following the complete verification procedure, candidates must be seated 15 minutes before the exam.

The Details of the JENPAS Exam time are given in the table below:

Details of the Exam 


Reporting Time

10:15 AM

Candidates to be Seated

10:45 AM

Exam to Start:

Paper – I 

Paper – II

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

02:00 PM – 3:30 PM 

Also Read: How To Prepare for JENPAS UG 2024 in 30 Days

Dress Code

There is no specific dress code for the JENPAS UG Exam. However, candidates should appear in comfortable and appropriate attire. Accessories and/or ornaments are not allowed inside the exam hall. 

Covid-19 Protocols 

Keeping the Covid-19 situation in mind, the Board has arranged for all safety protocols at the exam centre. Examinees will be allowed to enter the hall after temperature checks with thermal guns. If a candidate has temperature above the normal range or shows Covid-19 symptoms, he/she will be sent for isolation. Besides, everyone at the centre, including the candidates, invigilators, and the exam conducting authorities, must follow all safety norms, such as maintaining social distancing, carrying a hand sanitizer, and wearing a mask at all times. 

JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Centres

As you know, JENPAS UG exam is conducted across all the districts of West Bengal. However, for your ease of commute and knowledge, here is a list of the district-wise zones where the entrance exam will be hosted. Once you get your admit card, be sure to cross-check the Zonal Code with that mentioned on the hall ticket.

Sl. No.

Name of District


Zone Code






Cooch Behar

Cooch Behar












Howrah Maidan/Shibpur
















Central Kolkata (Moulali/Beliaghata/Narkel Danga/Phool Bagan/Kakurgachi/Park Circus)




North Kolkata (Shyam Bazar/Bagh Bazar/Girish Park/Burra Bazar/College Street/Sealdah)




Salt Lake/Newtown

(Salk Lake/Newtown/Lake Town/Rajarhat)




South Kolkata (Ballygunge/Minto Park/Bhowanipore/Tollygunge/Jadavpur)




West Kolkata (Joka/Behala/Alipore/Chetla/Kidderpore/Budge Budge)















North 24 Parganas

Barrackpore (Dum Dum Jn. to Barrackpore)



Paschim Burdwan




Paschim Burdwan




Paschim Medinipur




Paschim Medinipur




Paschim Burdwan




Purba Medinipur




South 24 Parganas



JENPAS UG Exam 2024 Rules 

When taking the JENPAS exam, candidates must abide by the following rules set by the Examination Board:

  • No candidate will be permitted to take the exam from a centre different from the one allotted to them on the admit card

  • If a candidate is found to be occupying a seat other than the one allotted to them, he/she will be reported against immediately and their paper will be dismissed.

  • The conducting authorities at the centre may carry out frisking to check for items that are prohibited inside the hall

  • Examinees are to take their seats 15 minutes before the test

  • Candidates arriving late at the exam centre will not be allowed to enter under any circumstances

  • Candidates found carrying prohibited items/objects will be reported and their candidature will be cancelled immediately

  • Question booklets are to be distributed well before the beginning of the exam. If a candidate does not receive the same, he/she must inform the invigilator of the same and get the entire set from the series replaced, for example – Series A/Series B/Series C/Series D etc.

  • Darken the appropriate bubbles of the Roll no., Question booklet no. and series (A/B/C/D) 

  • Candidates are to open the Question booklet no. only after the test has started and as announced by the invigilator. 

  • Maintain silence inside the exam hall. Any gesticulation/conversation or creating disturbances during the test will be deemed as a misdemeanour. If caught using unfair means, a candidate’s candidature will be cancelled and he/she will be permanently or temporarily barred from taking the JENPAS UG Exam.

  • Candidates are not to have any discussion regarding a question with the invigilator

  • Candidates can use the space in the Question booklet to carry out a rough work

  • No candidate is to leave the exam hall without permission till the test is over and all the OMR sheets have been collected and tallied by the invigilator

  • Once the test is over, candidates may take the Question booklet along

  • Any candidate found impersonating will be over to the police

JENPAS UG 2024 Exam Day Instructions: Things to Do 

Many applicants do not pay attention to instructions given on the admit card or the WBJEEB website and end up making mistakes on the day of the examination. To ensure you do not repeat those mistakes, check out the list of do’s here:

  • Examinees are to arrive at the venue of examination 30 minutes before the start time

  • Make sure you are familiar with the location of the exam centre and the modes of transportation to avoid any inconvenience on the main exam day.

  • Carry all the necessary documents as mentioned above (Admit Card printout, coloured photograph, and a valid Govt. ID proof)

  • Once the Question booklet is distributed, take the OMR sheet and double-check if your OMR number and the number on the Question booklet are the same. 

  • Sign at the top of the question booklet 

  • On the OMR, write in BLOCK LETTERS – your name, the name of the centre, and then sign in the designated space. If you make end up marking elsewhere accidentally, the OMR may be rejected.

  • On the OMR, write the Question booklet no. and the Roll no. in the proper locations. A wrongly put Question booklet no. and Roll no. may result in the OMR being rejected or wrongly scored, for which the Board will not be held liable. If a candidate makes an error, he or she must request the invigilator’s help.

  • Check that the information on the attendance sheet, such as your Roll no., photograph, and spelling of your name matches the information on your admit card. If any necessary corrections are needed, do bring them to the invigilator's attention.

  • At the start of the exam, you will have access to the full question paper. Keep track of how much time you spend on each question. Make a rough estimate of how long you'll spend on each section.

  • Mark a question for review and move on to the next one if it is taking too long

  • Maintain Covid-19 safety norms – carry hand sanitisers, wear masks and avoid crowding

JENPAS UG 2024 Examination: Things NOT to Do

To ensure a trouble-free, smooth exam, examinees must be aware of the things that should not and must not be done at the exam centre:

  • Applicants must not arrive wearing any belts, caps, ornaments, goggles etc.

  • Candidates should not bring any written or printed materials, calculators, pens, log tables, wristwatches, or any communication devices such as cell phones into the examination room. If a candidate is found in possession of such materials, his/her candidature will be immediately revoked.

  • Do not sign the question booklet until the invigilator instructs you to

  • Except for a bottle of water, do not bring any snacks or beverages to the exam centre

  • Do not move from your seat during or after completing the test. The invigilator will provide instructions regarding the same.

Keep in mind that appearing for the JENPAS UG 2024 exam and receiving a score does not guarantee admission. Allotment and admission requirements shall be determined at the time of counselling. Candidates must be informed of the most up-to-date rules, as well as any additional specific criteria issued by the conducting authority from time to time. The Board shall not be held liable in any manner if a candidate fails to keep himself/herself informed of any updated information.

If you have any queries about the JENPAS UG 2024 Exam, please post them in our QnA section or call us at 1800-572-877 for assistance. 

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