JEXPO, also called West Bengal Polytechnic, is a state-level competitive examination and cut off marks of the exam is the minimum marks scored by students in the competitive exam to qualify the examination that is determined by the authority to get admission to various engineering colleges under its administration. To get the cut off marks, all the candidates try to get a very high percentage in the competitive exam i.e., to the level best possible by them.
The JEXPO cutoff is determined only after the result has been declared. Candidates qualifying cutoff marks get chosen to various branches according to their merits of ranking. Candidates also get counselled based on their cut off marks. JEXPO cutoff 2020 is yet to be announced after the results are announced. Joint Entrance Examination- Polytechnic is required to get admitted to various governments, government-sponsored and private polytechnic colleges in West Bengal for diploma courses. Depending on the cut off marks, students are shortlisted for further processing. The JEXPO exam enables the students who have the ambition to do something in engineering fields. The cut off marks help them to obtain the qualifying marks.
The cutoff marks that are the marks required to qualify the exam is determined based on various factors. The total number of students appearing for the examination is one of the major factors. This is because on this the total number of seats available depends. The cut off also is calculated depending on the average marks obtained by the candidates in the competitive exam. The toughness of the exam paper is also taken into consideration while determining the cut off marks.
Joint Entrance Examination for Polytechnics West Bengal, JEXPO, conducted by West Bengal State Council of Technical Education. Conducted once a year, the application is submitted offline as well as online. The mode of the exam is offline. Counseling is done online or offline. There are thirty-five participating colleges. The exam duration is four hours. The official of West Bengal Council of Technical Education prepared the JEXPO 2018 cut off marks. Here is the table of that year’s cut off marks of some branches:
1. How Can You Check Last Year’s Cut Off Rank Scored in JEXPO?
This you can check by using your Smartphone or a pc with an internet connection. Open the official Website of JEXPO in the browser. When the page opens on the top, we get the type field. Here we have three types of colleges to choose from government, government-sponsored and private. Suppose we choose a government college. Then all institutes and branches all over west Bengal corresponding to the government college get displayed. Now we can select a college and say all branches. Then the details will be shown below in tabular format. It will show the last year cut off marks for the general category, also schedule tribe, scheduled caste, and physically challenged.
2. Does JEXPO Expected or Previous Year’s Cutoff have Many Effects on Getting a Chance in a Good Engineering College?
West Bengal State Council of Technical & Vocational conducting the JEXPO, the exam for admission to Government, Government-sponsored and private polytechnic colleges in the state. As there would be a delay in the result to be out, an expected cut off mark is calculated. This helps the students to have some views of qualification. One has to be in the topmost rank to get a chance in good colleges. There are various cutoff marks to get admission to different colleges, and every year this cutoff changes. We have new cut off marks each year. So we should not depend on expected or previous year’s marks.
3. What is Done to the Students Based on Cut-off Marks?
If the students secure positive marks in the exam, their names get shortlisted in the merit list. Then based on cut off marks, they are called for the counseling process. In the counseling they choose the seat.