WBJEE Toppers List 2023: Md Sahil Akhtar Secures First Rank, Check Top Rank Holders of West Bengal Joint Entrance Here
The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination, also known as WBJEE 2023, has announced its results on the official website wbjeeb.nic.in. Md Sahil Akhtar, a student from DPS Ruby Park in Kolkata, has achieved the first rank in the state's engineering entrance exam. Soham Das secured the second rank, while Sara Mukherjee secured the third rank. This year, approximately 98,000 students appeared for the exam. To access their WBJEE result 2023, candidates can visit the official website and log in using their application number and password. The result will provide subject-wise scores, total scores, ranks obtained, and other relevant information.
The WBJEE exam is conducted annually for admission into engineering, technology, architecture, and pharmacy degree courses offered by universities and colleges in West Bengal. To check the WBJEE Result 2023, follow these steps:
Step 1: Visit the official website of WBJEE.
Step 2: Click on the results link provided on the webpage.
Step 3: Log in using your application number and password.
Step 4: After a successful login, the WBJEE 2023 result will be displayed on the screen.
Step 5: Download and print a copy of the result for future reference.
Candidates who qualify as per the WBJEE Result 2023 will be eligible to participate in the counseling and seat allotment process. The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board (WBJEEB) has released the final answer keys for the exam. These keys were issued after considering the objections raised by candidates against the provisional answer keys. The provisional WBJEE answer key was released on May 10, and the objection window remained open until May 13. The WBJEE exam was conducted on April 30 in two shifts, and the question paper carried a total of 200 marks.
For those seeking guidance on college selection, here is a list of top colleges in West Bengal based on NIRF ranking where you can apply based on your merit:
Jadavpur University, Kolkata
HIT Kolkata - Heritage Institute of Technology
Techno India University, Kolkata
Haldia Institute of Technology (HIT) Haldia
KGEC Nadia - Kalyani Government Engineering College
In 2022, the WBJEE pass percentage was 98.5%, and students from the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) dominated the top ten merit list, with the first two ranks secured by CBSE students. Last year, Himanshu Sekhar from Kolkata topped the exam.