WB SET Exam Centres 2024: Check District-wise Test Centres List

West Bengal State Eligibility Test 2024 ( WB SET )

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Updated on Mar 19, 2024 15:44 IST

WB SET exam centres 2024 list has been released by the West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC). Candidates need to select any two districts of their choice as the WB SET exam centres 2024 while filling out the application form. The WBCSC makes efforts to allot the exam centre to the candidates according to the choice opted by them in their WB SET application form 2024. However, in some exceptional circumstances, a different WB SET exam centre in a nearby area may be allotted.

The WB SET 2024 exam will be held in a total of 33 districts across West Bengal. The full list of WB SET exam centre districts has been shared below. Candidates can choose any two WB SET test centres of their choice as per their convenience while submitting the WB SET applications 2024.

Q:   What are the documents needed along with admit card at the WB SET exam centre?

A:

 Candidates appearing for the West Bengal State Eligibility Test (WBSET) 2024 are required to carry the following documents to the examination centre:

  • WB SET Admit Card: The admit card is a mandatory document that candidates must carry to the examination centre. It contains important information about the candidate and serves as proof of their candidature. 
  • Photo ID Proof: Candidates must also carry a valid photo ID proof to the examination centre. The ID proof can be any one of the following - Aadhaar Card, Voter ID Card, Passport, PAN Card, Driving License, or any other government-issued ID proof. 
  • Passport-sized Photographs: Candidates must carry two passport-sized photographs to the examination centre. The photographs should be the same as the ones uploaded during the online application process. 

It is important to note that candidates who fail to carry any of these documents to the examination centre will not be allowed to appear for the WB SET exam. Therefore, candidates should ensure that they have all the necessary documents well in advance to avoid any last-minute hassle.

 

Q:   What if I reach the WB SET exam centre after the exam begins?

A:

If you reach the WBSET exam center after the exam begins, you will not be allowed to enter the examination hall. The reporting time and GATE closing time are mentioned on the WB SET admit card. Candidates are advised to reach the exam center well before the reporting time to avoid any last-minute hassles. It is important to note that no candidate will be allowed to enter the examination hall after the GATE closing time under any circumstances. Therefore, candidates should plan their travel accordingly and factor in any possible delays such as traffic, etc. To avoid reaching late. If a candidate misses the WB SET exam due to any reason, they will not be allowed to appear for the exam on a later date. They will have to wait for the next exam cycle to apply and appear for the exam.

 

Q:   What are the do's and don'ts at WB SET exam centre?

A:

There are certain do's and don'ts that candidates need to follow at the WB SET exam center to ensure a smooth and fair conduct of the exam. Here are some of them:

Do's:

  • Carry the WB SET admit card and a valid photo ID proof to the exam center.
  • Reach the exam center well before the reporting time mentioned on the admit card.
  • Follow the instructions given by the invigilators and the exam center officials.

Don'ts:

  • Do not carry any prohibited items like mobile phones, electronic gadgets, study material, etc., into the examination hall. 
  • Do not indulge in any malpractices like cheating, copying, impersonation, etc., during the exam.
  • Do not communicate with other candidates or disturb the exam environment in any way
 

WB SET Exam Centres 2024 List

Have a look at the WB SET exam centres 2024 list along with district code below:

District Code

District

11

Kolkata

12

South 24 Parganas

13

North 24 Parganas

14

Howrah

15

Hooghly

16

Purba Bardhaman

17

Paschim Bardhaman

18

Birbhum

19

Bankura

20

Purulia

21

Jhargram

22

Purba Medinipore

23

Paschim Medinipore

24

Nadia

25

Murishidabad

26

Malda

27

Uttar Dinajpur

28

Dakshin Dinajpur

29

Jalpaiguri

30

Alipurduar

31

Coochbehar

32

Darjeeling

33

Kalimpong

Q:   What is the WB SET exam pattern?

A:

The WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) exam pattern is prescribed by the West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC). The candidatesappearing for the WB SET exam must know the exam pattern. The WB SET exam pattern has been given below:

  • Paper 1 consists of 50 questions, all are compulsory
  • Total marks for Paper 1 are 100
  • The duration of the Paper 1 is of one hour
  • Paper 2 consists of 100 objective type questions, all are compulsory, each carrying 2 marks
  • Total marks for Paper 2 is 200
  • Duration of the Paper 2 is 2 hours
  • There is no negative marking for incorrect answers. 
 

Q:   How to prepare for the WB SET exam?

A:

The West Bengal State Eligibility Test (WB SET) is an exam to determine eligibility for appointment as a teacher in colleges and universities in the state of West Bengal, India. To prepare for the WB SET exam, you should first familiarise yourself with the exam format and content by reviewing the syllabus and past papers. It is important to focus on the core subjects of your specialisation, and study the key concepts and theories. It's also helpful to practice with sample questions and take mock tests to get a sense of the types of questions that will be on the exam. Additionally, you can also join coaching classes or study groups to help you prepare for the test. You can also access online study materials and resources to help you with your preparation. It's essential to stay current with any developments or research in your field as well. Make a schedule and stick to it, try to balance your time between different subjects, and review regularly to keep the information fresh in your mind. Try to balance your time between different subjects, and review regularly to keep the information fresh in your mind.

 

Q:   When should I start preparing for WB SET exam?

A:

The ideal time to start preparing for the WB SET exam varies from person to person and depends on several factors such as your familiarity with the subject, the level of understanding of the topics covered in the syllabus, and the amount of time and effort you can devote to the preparation. However, as a general guideline, it is recommended that you start preparing for the exam at least 6-8 months before the exam date. This will give you sufficient time to cover the entire syllabus, revise the important topics, solve mock tests and previous year papers, and identify your strengths and weaknesses. If you are already familiar with the subject and have a good understanding of the topics covered in the syllabus, you can start preparing for the exam 3-4 months before the exam date. However, if you are new to the subject or need to improve your understanding of the topics, you may need to start preparing earlier. It is important to note that the WB SET exam is a highly competitive exam, and the level of competition is increasing every year. Therefore, it is important to start preparing early and stay consistent with your preparation. With a focused approach and consistent effort, you can increase your chances of qualifying for the WB SET exam.

 

WB SET 2023 Exam Dates & Schedule

Take a look at the table below for the complete schedule of WB SET 2024 exam

DatesUpcoming Exam Dates

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Important Guidelines related to WB SET Exam Centre 2024

  • Candidates cannot change their choice of the WB SET exam centre after the final submission of the application form.
  • Efforts will be made to allot the WB SET exam centre of examination to the candidates in order of the choice opted by them in their application form.
  • However, in some exceptional scenarios, the Commission reserves the right to change the exam centre.
  • The name and address of the exam centre are intimated through the WB SET admit card 2024.

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Q:   Is there any restriction on the number of attempts for the WB SET exam?

A:

No, you can apply and appear for the WB SET exam for any number of times till you attain the desired scores. The WB SET Certificate is valid for a lifetime according to the norms of NCTE. Though, the candidates can take the WB SET exam to upgrade their marks. The guidelines have been given below for the candidates to take the WB SET exam:

  • The candidates must fulfill the educational qualification criteria to take the exam The age of the candidates cannot be less than 18 years There is no upper age limit to take the WB SET exam
  • The candidates can take the WB SET exam as many times as they want as there is no restrictions in taking the exam again
 

Q:   For how many subjects the WB SET exam is conducted?

A:

The West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC) conducts the WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) for two papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2. The paper 1 is generic in nature and is same for all the candidates who are appearing for the exam. However, the paper 2 is subject specific. A total of 33 subject's xam is take under Paper 2. The candidates have to select the Paper 2 while filling out the WB SET applicatiin form. 

 

Q:   How tough is it to crack the WB SET exam?

A:

WB SET is considered one of the most prestigious and the toughest state exams. But if you are smart enough to have a good strategy with apt study material you can easily crack it in your first attempt Paper 1 plays a very crucial part in the process of cracking the WB SET exam as it can make your merit or can lower it if not prepared well. Prepare as many previous year questions as you can. Know your syllabus for Paper 2, solve previous year questions and figure out the pattern of questions. To prepare for this exam make sure the basics of your subjects are strong, you have clarity of concepts. Make notes of the topics according to the syllabus issued. If you need guidance for your preparation You can avail yourself of facilities like sessions on paper 1 and paper 2, mock tests, previous year papers discussion, direct interaction with teachers etc. Divide your syllabus into small sections and set a weekly and monthly target for it. Include one previous paper solving per week. Make sure you complete your syllabus and be left with a little time to revise.

 

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The WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) final answer key will be released along with the release of the WB SET results on the official website. The steps to download the WB SET final answer key are given below:

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The candidates can download the WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) provisional answer key by followin the steps given below:

  • Go to the official website 
  • Click on the WB SET provisional answer key link 
  • The WB SET provisional answer key will appear on the screen 
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The West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC) will release the WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) provisional answer key soon after the conduction of the WB 26th SET exam. The candidates will be given opportunity to raise objections against the provisional answer key, if tey find any d

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The WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) cut off is based on many factors. Some of the factors that affects the WB SET cut off marks are given below:

  • Subject wise difficulty level
  • Number of applicants
  • Number of applicants for a particular subject
  • Preparation level of the candidates, etc.

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The candidates need to qualify for both papers that are paper 1 and paper 2 in order to be eligible to qualify for the WB SET exam. The candidates have to score a minimum of 40 per cent marks (Unreserved category) and 35 per cent of marks to qualify for the WB SET exam. However, among the candidates

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There is no provision for re-evaluation/re-checking of WB SET result. The official notification reads, No correspondence in this regard shall be entertained. The candidates can only raise objections against the provisional answer key. Based on the objections raised by the candidates the final answer

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The WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) result is released by the West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC). The steps to download the WB SET result are given below:

  • Go to the official website 
  • Click on the WB SET result link
  • WB SET login page will appear on the screen 
  • Fill out the login c

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The WB SET cut off marks is released by the West Bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC) on the official in the form of a PDF. The steps to download the WB SET cut off marks are given below:

  • Go to the official website 
  • Click on the WB SET cut off link 
  • The WB SET cut off PDF will appear on the screen

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The WB SET (West Bengal State Eligibility Test) cut off is released by the West bengal College Service Commission (WBCSC) on its official website along with the release of the WB SET results. The WB SET cut off is released category wise in the form of a PDF. The candidates can easily access the WB S

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