West Bengal Results:
|Type of Exam||Exam Results||Exam Conducting Authority|
|WBJEE||WBJEE Results in 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|CEE AMPAI||CEE AMPAI Results||Association of Minority professional Academic Institute|
|WB JENPAUH||WBJEE JENPARH Results in 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination Board|
|WB SET||WB SET Results in 2017||West Bengal College Service Commission|
|WB JECA||WB JECA Results in 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|WB TET||West Bengal TET Results 2017||West Bengal School Service Commission|
|WB PUMDET||West Bengal PUMDET Results in 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|WB JEHOM||WBJEE JEHOM Results in 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|WB JEEDEC||WBJEE JEEDEC Result 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|WBJEE EVETS||WBJEE EVETS Result 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|WB PUBDET||WBJEE PUBDET Result 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|WB JELET||WBJEE JELET Results in 2017||West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board|
|JEE MAIN||JEE Mains Results in 2017||Central Board Of Secondary Education|
|NEET||NEET Results in 2017||Central Board Of Secondary Education|
About West Bengal:
West Bengal is an Indian state, located in East India on the Bay of Bengal. It is India’s fourth-most populous state, with over 91 million inhabitants. It has a total area of 34,267 sq mi (88,750 km2), making it similar in size to Serbia. A part of the ethnolinguistic Bengal region, it borders Bangladesh in the east and Nepal and Bhutan in the north. It also has borders five Indian states, Odisha, Jharkhand, Bihar, Sikkim, and Assam. The state capital is Kolkata (Calcutta), the seventh-largest city in India. The geography of West Bengal includes the Darjeeling Himalayan hill region in its extreme north, the Ganges delta, the Rarh region and the coastal Sundarbans. The main ethnic group is the Bengali people, with Bengali Hindus forming the demographic majority.
Ancient Bengal was the site of several major Jana pads, including Vanga, Radha, Pundra, and Suhma. In the 2nd century BC, the region was conquered by emperor Ashoka. In the 4th century AD, it was absorbed into the Gupta Empire. From the 13th century onward, the region was ruled by several sultans, powerful Hindu states and Baro-Bhuyan landlords, until the beginning of British rule in the 18th century. The British East India Company cemented their hold on the region following the Battle of Plassey in 1757, and Calcutta served for many years as the capital of British India. The early and prolonged exposure to British administration resulted in the expansion of Western education, culminating in development in science, institutional education, and social reforms of the region, including what became known as the Bengal Renaissance. A hotbed of the Indian independence movement through the early 20th century, Bengal was divided during India’s independence in 1947 along religious lines into two separate entities: West Bengal—a state of India—and East Bengal—a part of the newly created Pakistan—later becoming Bangladesh in 1971. Between 1977 and 2011, the state was administered by the world’s longest elected Communist government.
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