The TMC supremo urged them to inform the people about the "achievements" of her government in the past seven years and to campaign about the "failures" of the Narendra Modi regime.
"Didi (Banerjee) gave us details about various modes of campaigning and the issues that need to be raised," said a TMC candidate after the meeting at Banerjee's residence.
All the candidates were briefed on how to take on the BJP in their respective constituencies, the candidate said.
Banerjee yesterday released the list of candidates for all the 42 Lok Sabha seats in the state, dropping 10 sitting MPs and bringing in 18 new faces.
The list, which is a mix of seasoned political players and greenhorns, has 17 women candidates, five more than the last elections.
West Bengal goes to seven-phase polls beginning April 11.
Of the 42 seats in the state, TMC had won 34 in the 2014 Lok Sabha election.