NTA UGC - NET/SET/JRF Paper I - Teaching and Research Aptitude | Includes 2019 Paper | Third Edition | By Pearson by K V S Madaan (Author)

Updated as per the recent 2019 Examination Papers pattern, The third edition of this bestseller prepares candidates to qualify the National Eligibility Test (NET) and develop teaching and research Aptitude in real terms. Divided into 10 chapters, it is a perfect blend of theory, practice questions, and discussions that are well-supported with updated facts, figures, diagrams and tables. Designed and developed for students aspiring to build a career in academics and research field, It will assist them to assess their Reasoning Ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and General Awareness as well. Features: revised content based on latest question paper pattern includes new questions based on 2019 Paper more than 2500 topic-wise chapter-end practice questions presents previous years’ papers with solutions from 2012–2019 table of Contents: about nta syllabus strategy about nta-ugc NET exam br>XXI br>Chapter 1. Teaching Aptitude br>Chapter 2. Research Aptitude br>Chapter 3. Reading Comprehension br>Chapter 4. Communication br>Chapter 5. Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude br>Chapter 6. Logical Reasoning br>Chapter 7. Data analysis and Interpretation br>Chapter 8. Information and Communication technology br>Chapter 9. People, development and Environment br>Chapter 1.0 higher education system: governance, Polity, and administration UGC NET Paper 1 December 2012 UGC NET Paper 1 June 2013 UGC NET Paper 1 reconduct June 2013 (in September 2013) UGC NET Paper 1 December 2013 UGC NET Paper 1 June 2014 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 December 2014 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 June 2015 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 December 2015 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 July 2016 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 January 2017 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 November 2017 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 July 2018 CBSE-UGC NET Paper 1 December 2018 nta-ugc NET Paper 2 December 2018 nta-ugc NET Paper 1 June 2019 nta-ugc NET Paper 2 June 2019.

UGC NET Library Science complete self study guide

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Library Science complete self study guide ( A conceptual approach ) for UGC NET, SET, KVS, RSMSSB and all other competiton exams By Amit Kishore

Library and Information Science (LIS)’ as it reflects by its name that subject requires systematic and even study. Library science is one of the emerging subject of present scenario. It contain ample of possibilities in itself. All the students who are vigorously preparing for NTA UGC-NET/ SET/ KVS/ NVS/ RSSB/ DSSSB/ LPA and other Librarian and Information Professional Competitive Exam is the target reader of this book. Most of the matters of this book is compiled from various authentic sources of information (printed & electronic), study materials (IGNOU, LPU, NIOS, etc.) and educational website (Egyankosh, Epgpathshala, Sodhganga, swayam, etc), it can satisfy all your needs related to library and Information Competitive Exam. This book contains a conceptual approach to library and information science with previous years solved papers of various librarian and information professional competitive exams. The student always likes to study books only having objective questions but the lack of theoretical/conceptual knowledge produce lots of hickups while facing the competitive exams. So taking these problems in mind, I have designed the book which is having conceptual approach to Library and Information Science for the betterment of students, who are appearing for different competitive exams like NTA UGC-NET/SLET, KVS, NVS, DSSSB, RSMSSB, LPA, etc

UGC NET Psychology Question Bank

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Question Bank Psychology (UPSC/SPSC/UGC NET/SLET & Other Higher Grade Examination)

The book has been divided into the following four sections: section 1 – Basic concepts and key terms section 2 – descriptive study material along with short-answer questions and important points revision section 3 – Objective multiple choice questions section 4 – Model Papers.




Teaching and Research Aptitude Question Bank [UGC NET/JRF and SET] As per the latest-2019 Syllabus The syllabus for Paper I has been modified with effect from 2019 with several new topics being included. Pradeep Gautam has spared no effort in designing this Question Bank to help candidates of the exam to meet the ‘last mile’ in the preparation for Paper I, which calls for answering questions on the various subjects for self assessment and for focussed self-improvement. The book has been devised after studying the NEW elements of the 2019 syllabus and incorporating them in the questions. The book has been divided into eleven units. The first ten systematically and comprehensively cover the latest UGC syllabus for Paper I in the form of multiple choice questions on each prescribed subject; the answers are accompanied by detailed explanatory notes which elucidate and provide additional information. The syllabus for each unit is given at the beginning of each unit so that the reader may refresh his/her memory. The last unit—Sample Tests—gives three solved papers (NET and SET) that will give the candidate an experience of the test mode, yet another opportunity for self-assessment and a means of building confidence. It is our sincere hope that this book will provide the reader with much needed revision and practice. Suggestions for improving the book are always welcome.