WBSCTE JEXPO 2011 Admit Card
JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATION (JEXPO-2011) FOR ADMISSION TO POLYTECHNICS IN WEST BENGAL FOR ACADEMIC SESSION 2011 – 2012
The examination with multiple choice objective questions (MCQ) on each paper is scheduled to be held on Sunday, April 10, 2011 consisting of Mathematics (100 marks – 2 hours duration) and Physics & Chemistry (100 marks – 2 hours duration). A merit list will be prepared on the basis of the result of the Joint Entrance Examination. The Institutes/Branches where students can be admitted and other general information are available in the Instruction Booklet, which will be provided with the application form.
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Within the National Framework of Polytechnic Education, few polytechnics started functioning in our State immediately after independence. To look after the academic activities of polytechnic education, State Council for Engineering & Technical Education was set-up as a Government outfit by an Executive Order. The Council was a part of the Chief Inspectorate of Technical Education and thereafter with the Directorate of Technical Education.
AICTE started as an Advisory Body of the Ministry of Education, Government of India. By an Act of Parliament, AICTE was made a Statutory Body in 1987. The Statutory Council advised all States to give autonomous status to the State Councils of Technical Education. On the basis of aforesaid guideline, Government set-up a committee under the Chairmanship of Prof. Sankar Sen, the then Vice Chancellor of Jadavpur University to suggest procedure for setting-up a Statutory Council for the Technical Education. After examining the recommendations, Government in the Technical Education & Training Department moved a Bill before the Legislative Assembly for setting-up a Statutory Council of Technical Education. West Bengal State Council of Technical Education became a Statutory Body under West Bengal Act XXI of 1995. The Council started its activities as a Statutory Body after Gazette Notification on 12th June, 1996.