B.PHARM ADMISSION DETAILS
The applicants will
have to qualify West Bengal Joint Entrance (WBJEE) or Joint Entrance
Examination, JEE (Main). 90% of the entrants are absorbed from the West
Bengal Joint Entrance Examination and 10% students are admitted from JEE
The applicant must be a citizen of India and should have passed the H.S.
(10+2) or its equivalent examination from a recognized Council/Board in a
regular class mode with the following:
Age restriction: Applicants shall at least be 17 years of age on 31st
December in the year of admission. There is no upper age limit.
Individual pass marks in Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects
along with Mathematics / Biotechnology / Biology.
Minimum of 45% marks in the above subjects taken together (40% for SC/ST/PWD/OBC)
as well as pass in English with a minimum of 30% marks (for all categories
of candidates) in the said qualifying examination of the Higher Secondary
Applicant will be in good mental and physical health.
Candidate will have to qualify at the WBJEE, on the year of admission, or
JEE (Main) for admission in B. Pharm Colleges.
Candidates will be required to submit a Migration certificate if he/she
passes qualifying examinations from a board other than WBCHSE or a
University other than MAKAUT. If the certificate is not submitted within the
date specified by the University, the provisional admission of the candidate
will stand automatically cancelled.
Residential/ Domicile Certificate required for Reserved Category candidates
(SC/ ST/ PWD/ OBC) for admission in Pharmacy course. Refer to WBJEE website
(www.wbjeeb.nic.in) for further details (Information Brochure WBJEEM
Admission through Lateral Entry to the 2nd year (3rd semester level) of the
undergraduate degree course offered by Government/Private Pharmacy Colleges/
Universities of the State of West Bengal during the Academic Session 2016-17
is open to candidates who have either passed diploma course in Pharmacy from
any polytechnic/ Institute with at least overall 50% marks (45% for reserved