WBCAP: Surge in Female Applicants for UG Courses
West Bengal Centralised Admission
Surge in Female Applicants for UG Courses

According to an official from the higher education department, female applicants have surpassed male applicants in the number of applications to West Bengal's central undergraduate courses admission portal. The portal, which was launched on June 24 and closed on July 7, received a substantial number of applications from women seeking admission.

This year, the higher education department introduced a portal for the first time, which scrutinized and validated 527,673 applications. Among these, 299,800 applications were from women. Furthermore, there were 50 applicants from the 'others' category, which encompasses LGBTQ+ individuals. In total, 3,464,918 applications were submitted, including 98,089 from outside Bengal.

Siuli Sarkar, Principal of Lady Brabourne College, welcomed the trend of more girls opting for higher education. She noted that traditional mindsets often direct boys towards technical and science-oriented disciplines, while steering girls towards general streams. Despite this, girls are increasingly rising to the challenge and excelling in their chosen fields. Lady Brabourne College received approximately 15,000 applications from female students for undergraduate courses.

Disclaimer Neither we nor the colleges/institutions hold any responsibility on account of the accuracy of the content provided. we are not responsible for any inadvertent error that may have crept in the process of data aggregation. Kindly visit the respective college website for latest information.
This website contains consolidated links, admission information and online application forms for applying to several Colleges. We are constantly extending our support to Parents/Students who may face difficulties in understanding the various aspects of the online admission process. Kindly feel free to send us your queries and feedback by Clicking Here.
Home | Contact Us | Disclaimer | Privacy policy