WBJECA Result 2018

Juhee Prasad Updated On: 25 Apr, 2019 11:22 IST

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WBJECA 2018 Result

The WB JECA 2018 result has been released on 22nd July 2018 on the official website of WBJEEB. Candidates can view their WB JECA 2018 result by providing their Application Number, Password, and Date of Birth. Once logged in, candidates can download the WB JECA rank card 2018 from the official website of WBJEEB.

After downloading the rank card, candidates can check the toppers' list, total pass percentage, and check WB JECA cut-off marks 2018 for all categories such as General, OBC, SC & ST.

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WB JECA 2018 Result Date



WBJECA 2018 Result Date

22nd July 2018

Document Verification at Helpline Centers

1st week of July 2018  (Tentative)

WBJECA 2018 Counselling Start Date

2nd week of July 2018  (Tentative)

How to View WB JECA 2018 Result

  • Go to the official website of WB JECA 2018 and click on the 'WB JECA 2018 Rank Card' tab.

  • Then, enter your Application number, Password, and Date of Birth.

  • Click on the 'Submit' tab once all the credentials are filled.

  • After that, candidates are directed to the next page wherein the WB JECA rank card is displayed along with their rank and marks.

  • Download the WB JECA rank card, take a printout and keep a soft copy as well.

WB JECA 2018 Ranking Methodology & Merit List

WBJEEB is going to publish a merit rank list based on the candidates' total score in the entrance test. Qualified candidates of WBJECA 2018 should check their name in the merit list and then be prepared for verification and counselling process.

  • This list is in the name and style of ‘GMR’ (short for General Merit Rank).

  • Separate Reserved category merit rank is also released for different category of candidates such as SC Rank, OBC-A Rank, OBC-B Rank, PwD Rank.

  • But only ‘GMR’ is applicable for sequencing the counselling process and seat allotment.

  • Ranking of the said merit list is done in the descending order of total marks scored in the entrance test.

  • However, there may be ties and following the tie-breaking rule is applicable for them in the determination of their merit rank.

Tie-breaking Methodology in Merit Rank

  • Less negative marks in Mathematics & Aptitude Test taken together.

  • More positive marks in Mathematics.

  • More positive marks in Aptitude Test.

  • Less negative marks in Mathematics.

  • Less negative marks in Aptitude Test.

  • If the tie exists still thereafter, it will be broken by the Date of Birth (DOB) of the concerned candidates; the older candidate will be given preference over the younger one.

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