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Hello,As you have mentioned that your sister's jenpauh rank is 6007 which indeed is very high... But you haven't mentioned her category. Nevertheless, let me tell you that no matter she fall under reserved category or Unreserved category, because with this rank she won't be able to get a seat for bsc nursing in any of the government colleges, because there are very less students who get admission through jenpauh. But she may seek a government seat only if you have ews reservation, because 10% seats are reserved for ews reservation candidates....See, if she don't get a government seat, then its nothing to worry about it.... Because with this rank you can get a seat in some good private colleges... But she should at least hit a chance.. Maybe she come out to be lucky enough to get a government seat...Wish her all the best!!!!!
The Jenpauh official site does not include any eligibility restrictions involving the marital statusses of the candidates. So, no, a candidate will not be ineligible for appearing in the Jenpauh exam if she gets married before it. One just needs to fulfil the nationality and educational qualification eligibility criterias.
The JENPAUH cut off for 2019 as per category is as follows,
If you qualify the above score, you are eligible for admission else you ought to apply through management quota. For more details, visit the official page,
The WBJEEB JENPAUH cutoff marks percentage for the year 2018 differs according the categories in which the candidate is in i.e. general, OBC and SC/ST category. It was around 70% for the general category, 65% for the OBC category and 62% for SC/ST category.
You will be able to know whether you have qualified or not once the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination board releases the cutoff for JENPAUH 2019.
With my knowledge, you might qualify but you will not get any Government colleges as the total number of seats alotted for BSC Nursing is about 325 seats and a rank of 8626 doesn't come into consideration.
You can try for private colleges but it might be very difficult for you to get a seat in one as the seats are already less compared to your rank.
I am listing below the names of some private colleges along with the number of seats they have :-
Hope that helped.
All the best!
Dear aspirant, if there is no seat available for the category you are of then a UR seat is not allotted to any student for any other category. So you being a student of EWS category are not eligible for the UR seat. It is better that you should apply for some other institue.
Hope it helps.
All the best:)
I think you have forgot to mention the college name where you want to pursue b.sc nursing.
In General for for private college it needs 3-4 lakh total to pursue bsc nursing. and for government college it needs really less compare to private. around 1 lakh including hostel you can count.
Firstly, Congratulations on securing this rank.
A rank of 906 is indeed good but not good enough for getting government colleges. By not good enough I mean that it will be very hard to get a government college with this rank, the chances being next to no. You can go for private colleges and get a guaranteed admission in some of the really good colleges out there.
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