West Bengal State Council of Technical Education

The West Bengal State Council of Technical Education (WBSCTE) is the statutory body and a state-level council for technical education, under Department of Higher Education (India), Ministry of Human Resource Development.

Apart from the 42 Polytechnics in the state of West Bengal, India, Polytechnic Institute at Narsingarh in the state of Tripura, India is also affiliated to the West Bengal State Council of Technical Education. The Council has also been entrusted with the responsibilities for conduct of Short Term Vocational Training Programme in different centres and affiliate institutes offering Vocational Courses. The Polytechnics offers 3 year Diploma courses in Engineering/Technology (Pharmacy - 2 year and Marine Engineering - 4 year) along with 1½ year Post Diploma Courses and 4 year Part-time Evening Diploma Courses. Admission to all Polytechnics is conducted through the Joint Entrance Exam.

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... The Council is headed by Minister-in-Charge, Technical Education Training Department as Ex-Officio Chairman ... Other members of the Council includes representatives from different Universities, Institution of Engineers, Indian Society for Technical Education, Pharmacy Council of India, All ... The administrative set-up of the Council is as follows Chairman- Dr ...

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