JEXPO 2021 Syllabus is released and published by the official authorities for every course. JEXPO stands for Joint Entrance Examination for Polytechnic courses. The JEXPO examination is organized by the West Bengal State Council of Technical Education. It is a state-level entrance test. The exam is also known as WB Polytechnic exam. Students aspiring to get admissions into various Diploma courses in Engineering and Technology in the West Bengal state can apply for the entrance exam. Qualified candidates of the exam will be allotted admissions into various government and private polytechnic colleges of the West Bengal state. Aspirants can go through the given article below to know more about WB Polytechnic’s syllabus (JEXPO) 2021.
JEXPO 2021 Syllabus
The JEXPO examination questions will be prepared based on the syllabus of the previous qualifying exam of the candidate. JEXPO syllabus 2021 will consist of subjects which the candidates have studied in their 10th class or any equivalent exam. There are two compulsory subjects that the students must study for the exam, and they are Mathematics and Physical Science. Students must go through the entire syllabus prescribed by the officials on their website to prepare better for the examination. Students can go through the subject wise and topic wise syllabus for the entrance exam given below.
- Real Numbers, Laws of Indices, Graph, Co-ordinate Geometry – Distance Formula
- Linear Simultaneous Equations, Transversal & Mid-Point Theorem, Profit & Loss, Statistics
- Theorems on Area, Construction of a Parallelogram whose measurement of one angle is given and equal in Area of a Triangle.
- Quadratic Equations with one variable, Simple Interest, Ratio and Proportion
- Compound Interest and Uniform Rate of Increase or Decrease, Theorems related to a circle
- Rectangular Parallelopiped or Cuboid, Co-ordinate Geometry – Internal and External Division of Straight
- Line Segment, Co-ordinate Geometry – Area of Triangular Region, Logarithm
- Theorems on concurrence, Area of the circular region.
- Construction of a Triangle equal in Area of a quadrilateral, Properties of Parallelogram
- Polynomial, Factorisation, Area & Perimeter of Triangle & Quadrilateral shaped region
- Circumference of Circle, Theorems related to Tangent to a Circle, Right Circular Cone
- Similarity, Construction of Tangent to a circle, Theorems related to Cyclic Quadrilateral
- Construction of circumcircle and incircle of a triangle, Sphere, Variation.
- Real-life Problems related to different Solid Objects, Trigonometry- Concept of Measurement of Angle
- Construction – Determination of Mean Proportional, Trigonometric Ratios of Complementary angle
- Application of Trigonometric Ratios – Heights & Distances, Statistics – Mean, Median
- Ogive, Mode and Numerical Aptitude, Pythagoras Theorem
- Trigonometric Ratios and Trigonometric Identities.
- Measurement, Force & Motion, Matter – Structure and Properties, Solution, Acids, Bases & Salts
- Atomic Structure, Mole Concept, Work, Power & Energy, and Sound, Heat
- Separation of Components of Mixtures, Water.
- Concerns about our Environment, Behaviour of Gases, Light, Ionic and Covalent Bonding
- Chemical Calculations, Thermal Phenomena, Current Electricity
- Periodic Table and Periodicity of the Properties of Elements, Electricity and Chemical Reactions
- Metallurgy, Atomic Nucleus, Organic Chemistry and General Awareness.
- Inorganic Chemistry in the Laboratory and in Industry.
JEXPO 2021 Exam Pattern
Students can go through the given JEXPO Exam pattern 2021 from below to know more about the questions asked, number of questions, duration of the exam, etc. Given below are the exam pattern for JEXPO 2021.
- Examination Mode: The entrance examination will be held through offline mode (Pen and paper-based)
- Time Duration: Candidates will get a maximum of about two hours to complete the examination.
- Number of Questions: The question paper will contain a total of 100 questions.
- Type of Questions: The paper will contain multiple-choice questions.
- Total Marks: The question paper will be asked for a total of 100 marks.
- Marking Scheme: Candidates will be awarded one mark for each correct response.
- Negative Marking: 0.25 marks will be deducted for every wrong response.