WBJEE Syllabus 2024: Chapter-wise Weightage Check at @wbjeeb.nic.in

West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination

The WBJEE (West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination) 2024 syllabus is a comprehensive guide that outlines the topics and subjects candidates need to prepare for to excel in the examination. Here is an overview of the WBJEE 2024 syllabus:

The Mathematics paper assesses a candidate's mathematical skills, problem-solving abilities, and understanding of various mathematical concepts. The syllabus includes topics such as algebra, calculus, trigonometry, coordinate geometry, and more. Candidates should focus on mastering concepts in calculus, algebra, and coordinate geometry as they carry significant weight in the examination.

WBJEE Syllabus 2024

PhysicsPhysical World, Measurements, Units & Dimensions, Kinematics, Laws of Motion, Work Power Energy, Rotational Motion, Gravitation, Oscillations and waves, Electrostatics, Current Electricity, Magnetism, Electromagnetic Induction and Alternating Current, Optics (Ray Optics and Wave Optics), Modern Physics (Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics and Semiconductor Devices)
ChemistryAtoms, Molecules and Chemical Arithmetic, Atomic Structure, Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry, The Periodic Table and Chemical Families, Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure, Coordination Compounds, Solid State, Liquid State, Gaseous State, Chemical Energetics and Chemical Dynamics, Physical Chemistry of Solutions, Ionic and Redox Equilibria, Hydrogen, Chemistry of Non-Metallic Elements and their Compounds, Chemistry of Metals, Polymers, Surface and Environmental Chemistry, Chemistry of Carbon Compounds (Hydrocarbons, Haloalkanes and Haloarenes, Alcohols, Aromatic Compounds, Biomolecules)
MathematicsSets, Relations and Functions, Trigonometry, Matrices and Determinants, Algebra, Calculus (Differentiation and Integration), Probability and Statistics

WBJEE Physics Syllabus 2024

KinematicsMagnetic Effects Of Current 
Bulk Properties of MatterParticle nature of light and wave-particle dualism
The motion of Centre of the mass, connected system, FrictionElectromagnetic Waves
Laws Of MotionElectromagnetic Induction And Alternating Currents
ViscosityAtomic Physics
Oscillations And WavesMagnetics
Kinetic Theory Of GasesSolid-State Electronics
Physical World, Measurement, Units, and dimensionsCurrent Electricity
ThermodynamicsNuclear Physics

WBJEE Chemistry Syllabus 2024

Liquid StatePolymers
Dalton’s Atomic TheoryChemical Equilibria
Atoms, Molecules and Chemical ArithmeticChemical Energetics and Chemical Dynamics
Application Oriented ChemistryIntroduction to Bio-Molecules
Coordination CompoundsChemistry of Metals
Solid StateChemistry in Industry
Concept of Nuclear AtomPhysical Chemistry of Solutions
The Periodic Table and Chemical FamiliesHydrogen
Chemistry of Carbon CompoundsCompounds
Chemical Bonding and Molecular StructureChemistry of Non-Metallic Elements and their compounds
Radioactivity and Nuclear Chemistry Ionic and Redox Equilibria
Principles of Qualitative Analysis-
AlcoholsAromatic Compounds
Atomic StructureChemical Dynamics
Surface ChemistryEnvironmental Chemistry

WBJEE Mathematics Syllabus 2024

Sets, Relations, and MappingsRelation and its properties
Differential EquationsApplication of Calculus
Differential CalculusIntegral Calculus
Statistics and ProbabilityTrigonometry
Coordinate Geometry of two dimensionsCoordinate Geometry of three dimensions 
LogarithmsPolynomial Equations
Binomial TheoremMatrices
A.P., G.P., H.P.Complex Numbers
Permutation and CombinationPrinciple of Mathematical Induction

Weightage of Important Topics: WBJEE Physics

Important topicsChapter Weightage
Current Electricity 7%
Rotational Motion4%
Laws of Motion4%
Simple Harmonic Motion5%
Solids & Semiconductor Devices5%
Modern Physics – Atomic Models5%
Work Energy Power 5%
Heat and Thermodynamics6%
Magnetic Effects of Current and Magmatism6%
Nuclear Physics5%
Physics of Nucleolus5%
Wave Motion5%

Weightage of Important Topics: WBJEE Chemistry

Important TopicsChapter Weightage
Carboxylic Acids & Derivatives4%
Chemical Thermodynamics4%
Transition Elements (d & f block)6%
Redox Reactions5%
Ionic Equilibrium4%
Chemical Kinetics7%
Chemical Bonding6%
S block elements6%
Coordination Compounds4%
Chemical Equilibrium4%
Alcohol Phenol Ether4%
Organic Chemistry6%
p- Block Elements6%

Weightage of Important Topics: WBJEE Mathematics

Important TopicsChapterwise weightage
Theory of Equations4%
Indefinite Integration5%
Matrices & Determinants5%
Definite Integration5%
Sets, Relation & Functions5%
Complex Numbers4%
Permutation & Combination4%
3-D Geometry6%

WBJEE 2024 Exam Pattern

Number of papers2
Paper 1Mathematics
Paper 2Physics and Chemistry
Total marks200
Time duration2 hours each
Marking schemeEach correct answer will be awarded 1 mark, and 1/4 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Negative markingYes

WBJEE Syllabus 2024: Marking Scheme

Category of QuestionsChemistryMathematicsPhysics
Total Marks5010050
Category III2 Marks (5 questions)2 Marks (5 questions)2 Marks (5 questions)
Category II2 Marks (5 Questions)2 Marks (15 questions)2 Marks (5 questions)
Category I1 Mark (30 questions)1 Mark (50 questions)1 Mark (30 questions)

WBJEE 2024 Preparation Tips

  1. Understand the Syllabus: Familiarize yourself with the WBJEE 2024 syllabus, including specific topics and subtopics in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. Create a study plan based on the syllabus.

  2. Create a Study Schedule: Develop a realistic and comprehensive study schedule that allocates sufficient time to each subject. Consistency in your study routine is key.

  3. Quality Study Material: Use recommended textbooks, study guides, and reference materials to cover the syllabus comprehensively. Focus on understanding concepts and principles.

  4. Practice Regularly: Solve a variety of practice papers, previous years' question papers, and mock tests. This will help you become familiar with the exam pattern and improve your problem-solving skills.

  5. Time Management: Allocate time wisely during the exam. Practice time-bound mock tests to improve your time management skills.

  6. Focus on Weak Areas: Identify your weaker areas and spend extra time on them. Seek help from teachers, tutors, or online resources if needed.

  7. Revision: Regularly revise what you've learned. Create concise notes or flashcards to aid in quick revision.

  8. Stay Healthy: Maintain a balanced diet, get adequate sleep, and exercise regularly. A healthy lifestyle enhances concentration and cognitive abilities.

  9. Stay Updated: Keep up with important updates related to the exam, such as changes in the syllabus, exam pattern, or notifications.

  10. Practice Previous Years' Papers: Solve previous years' WBJEE papers to get a sense of the exam's difficulty level and question patterns.

  11. Exam Day Readiness: On the day of the exam, ensure you have all required documents (admit card, identification) and reach the exam center well before the scheduled time.

  12. Stay Calm: Manage exam anxiety by practicing relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing. Stay confident in your preparation.

  13. Seek Guidance: If you encounter challenging concepts or problems, don't hesitate to seek help from teachers, peers, or online forums.

  14. Mock Interviews: For candidates aspiring to join medical or dental colleges, practice mock interviews to prepare for the counseling and interview process.

  15. Stay Informed: Regularly check the official WBJEE website for updates, exam notifications, and important dates.

WBJEE Books 2024

PhysicsConcepts of Physics by H.C. VermaH.C. VermaS. Chand
PhysicsPhysics for Engineers by I.E. IrodovI.E. IrodovPearson Education
PhysicsProblems in General Physics by I.E. IrodovI.E. IrodovPearson Education
ChemistryNCERT Chemistry (Class 11 and 12)NCERTNCERT
ChemistryPhysical Chemistry by I.S. GillI.S. GillS. Chand
ChemistryOrganic Chemistry by O.P. TandonO.P. TandonVikash Publishing House
MathematicsNCERT Mathematics (Class 11 and 12)NCERTNCERT
MathematicsCalculus by James StewartJames StewartCengage Learning
MathematicsDifferential Equations by Dennis G. ZillDennis G. ZillPearson Education

WBJEE Syllabus 2024 FAQs

The Mathematics section of WBJEE includes topics such as algebra, trigonometry, coordinate geometry, calculus, probability, statistics, and more. Detailed subtopics are available in the official syllabus.

It's not advisable to skip topics, as the WBJEE syllabus is designed to assess a wide range of knowledge. Focus on weak areas but aim to cover all topics.

The Physics syllabus includes mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, modern physics, and more. Candidates should prepare comprehensively in these areas.

The Chemistry syllabus covers inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry topics, including chemical bonding, coordination compounds, thermodynamics, and more.

Effective preparation involves understanding concepts, regular practice, solving sample papers, and taking mock tests. Align your study plan with the syllabus for comprehensive coverage.

Any updates or changes to the syllabus will be mentioned in the official WBJEE notification. Candidates should refer to the latest information bulletin.

While covering the WBJEE syllabus is essential, using reference books for additional practice and conceptual clarity is encouraged. However, prioritize the syllabus first.

The WBJEE syllabus can be a foundation for other engineering entrance exams. However, candidates should check the specific syllabi of the exams they plan to appear for.

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