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WBJEE Result 2021 declared: 99% pass, Panchajanya Dey tops

According to WBJEEB, the state JEE result will be announced today at 2 pm via press conference, the candidates can check the result on the official website- wbjeeb.nic.in from 3 pm onwards

Edited by: India TV Education Desk New Delhi Updated on: August 06, 2021 14:56 IST
WBJEE result 2021

WBJEE result 2021 will be announced today  

WBJEE Result 2021: The West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB) announced the result of state JEE exam 2021 on Friday (August 6). The candidates can check the result on the official websites- wbjeeb.nic.in from 3 pm onwards. 

According to the board, a total of 99 per cent students cleared the state JEE exam successfully. Panchajanya Dey from Rahara Ramkrishna Mission has topped the exam. 

A total of 92,695 candidates appeared in the WBJEE exam 2021 held on Saturday (July 17). Once released, the candidates can check the JEE result on the official websites- wbjeeb.nic.in and wbjeeb.in. Candidates have to go to either of the two websites and log in with the application number and password and download the file called 'Rank card of WBJEE-2021' to check the result. 

WBJEE Result 2021: How to check 

  1. Visit the official websites- wbjeeb.nic.in, wbjeeb.in 
  2. Click on the link for WBJEE result 2021 
  3. Enter log-in credentials- registration number, roll number 
  4. WBJEE result will appear on the screen 
  5. Download WBJEE result, take a print out for further reference. 

WBJEE is conducted to shortlist candidates aspiring to study in engineering colleges in the state. Last year, WBJEE was held on February 2, and the result was declared in August.   

READ MORE | JEE Main 2021 result to be announced today 

ALSO READ | JEE Main 2021 final answer key released 

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