WBJEE 2020 is going to be held on 2nd February 2020, which is a state level entrance exam written by students from all over India which provides UG courses, in engineering and technology, pharmacy and architecture. Which is held by the West Bengal board every year for aspirants who wish to join colleges in West Bengal in the above mentioned fields.
Exam syllabus is mentioned below in detail for a better understanding of what to study for WBJEE 2020 exam and what in specific to study and not deviate.
|1||Physical World, Measurements, Units & dimensions|
|3||Laws of motion|
|4||The motion of centre of mass, connected systems, Friction|
|6||Bulk properties of matter|
|9||Kinetic theory of gases|
|10||Oscillations & Waves|
|13||Magnetic effect of current|
|15||Electromagnetic induction & alternating current|
|17||Optics I (Ray optics)|
|18||Optics II (Wave Optics)|
|19||Particle nature of light & wave-particle dualism|
|22||Solid state Electronics|
|1||Atoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic|
|3||Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry|
|4||The Periodic Table and Chemical Families|
|5||Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure|
|10||Chemical Energetics and Chemical Dynamics|
|11||Physical Chemistry of Solutions|
|12||Ionic and Redox Equilibria|
|14||Chemistry of Non-Metallic Elements and their Compounds|
|15||Chemistry of Metals|
|16||Chemistry in Industry|
|20||Chemistry of Carbon Compounds|
|22||Haloalkanes and Haloarenes|
|25||Application Oriented chemistry|
|26||Introduction to Bio-Molecules|
|27||Principles of Qualitative Analysis|
|1||AlgebraSets, Relations and MappingsLogarithmsArithmetic Progression G.P., H.PComplex NumbersPermutation and combinationPolynomial equationPrinciple of mathematical inductionMatricesBinomial theorem (positive integral index)Statistics and Probability|
|3||Coordinate geometry of two dimensions|
|4||Coordinate geometry of three dimensions|
|5||Differential calculusCalculusIntegral calculusApplication of CalculusDifferential EquationsVectors|
Exam Pattern: WBJEE 2020
The exam will be conducted in the offline mode, with multiple choice questions. The time frame will be four hours.
There will be two sections paper 1 and paper 2. Paper 1 will be math and paper 2 will be physics and chemistry.
Both the papers will be given in two different shifts one in the morning 11:00 am – 1:00 pm and second shift from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm.
Math will have 75 questions in total and 100 marks total.
Physics will have 40 questions in total and 50 marks total.
Chemistry will have 40 questions in total and 50 marks in total.