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how i got admission in behla govt.college
eligibility criteria for the admission to this college is-
Must have passed the Secondary (Madhyamik) Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with English, Physical Science/Science and Mathematics among others as subjects securing at least 35% marks (no rounding off) in aggregate as per AICTE norms excluding the marks of the subject taken as additional.
Age should not be below 15 years and there is no upper age limit.
for admissions -
Admission is made through counseling based on the merit list prepared by the Council through entrance examination namely JEXPO which is held in the month of April/May every.
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