UGC NET BOOKS

UGC NET BOOKS

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I have recommended few selected UGC NET BOOKS for the UGC NET aspirants unit wise as no single book can cover entire syllabus of this one of the toughest examinations in India.

I have recommended different books unit wise as sometimes if any book is not available on amazon so the aspirants can buy alternate UGC NET BOOKS.

The aspirants can buy paperback or ebook version which is readable on mobile, tablet or computer.

Let’s explore these UGC NET BOOKS with solvod papers, tips and practice sets also…

2. NTA UGC NET / SET / JRF - Paper 1 Teaching and Research Aptitude updated syllabus 2019 with Solved paper

1. UGC NET/JRF,SLET First Paper lucent

4. Proficiency in Reading Comprehension Simplifying the 'Passage' for you

5. Mass Communication in India

3. Research Methodology : Methods And Techniques

9. Educational Technology And ICT

6. A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning

7. Wiley's Reasoning Ability and Quantitative Aptitude

8. Data Interpretation & Data Sufficiency

10. Environment By Shankar

11. Higher Education in India

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NET EXAM 101 IMPORTANT LINKS

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NET EXAM 101 IMPORTANT LINKS

In this post I would to like to share NET EXAM 101 important links so that the aspirants may come to know about different essential facts and frequent asked questions about NET exam. I believe, through these 101 links the aspirants will be able to enhance their knowledge about NET exam. Moreover, through these 101 links they will have access to free study materials such as important questions, revision notes, free book, recommended books and free mock tests etc.

Let’s explore these 101 important links as following:-

1. How to Qualify NTA UGC NET

2. UGC NET E-Books

3. NET Exam Eligibility

4. UGC NET Syllabus

5. Exam Day Tips and Tricks

6. Things to Remember in Online NTA-UGC-NET Examination!

7. UGC NET QUESTION PAPERS

8. UGC NET Examination Hall Tips

9. How to Manage Time for NTA-UGC-NET

10. Success Secrets for NTA-UGC-NET

11. How NTA UGC NET is one of the toughest examinations in India ?

12. SLET Exam

13. Time Management for NTA-UGC-NET

14. NTA UGC NET STRATEGIES

15. 10 Tips to Crack UGC NET in First Attempt

16. Research Methodology Important Books in Hindi and English

17. Free Mock Tests : Test Now!

18. Download Free Book: You Can Qualify UGC-NET

19. Useful Devices for Reading Purpose for NTA UGC NET on Amazon

20. Questions 1-50 Unit-Research Aptitude

21. UGC NET General Paper Supplement # 1

22. UGC NET General Paper Supplement # 2

23. UGC NET General Paper Supplement # 3

24. Free Mock Test – 1 Research Aptitude Unit

25. Free Mock Test – 2 Research Aptitude Unit

26. Free Mock Test – 3 Research Aptitude Unit

27. Free Mock Test – 4 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Unit

28. Free Mock Test – 5 Communication Unit

29. Free Mock Test – 6 Research Aptitude Unit

30. Free Mock Test – 7 Research Aptitude Unit

31. Free Mock Test – 8 Higher Education System Unit

32. Free Mock Test – 9 Teaching Aptitude Unit

33. Free Mock Test – 10 Teaching Aptitude Unit

34. Free Mock Test – 11 Higher Education System Unit

35. Free Mock Test – 12 Higher Education System Unit

36. Free Mock Test – 13 People, Development and Environment Unit

37. Free Mock Test – 14 Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Unit

38. Free Mock Test – 15 People, Development and Environment Unit

39. UGC NET Revision Notes # 1 Unit- Teaching Aptitude

40. UGC NET Revision Notes # 2 Unit- Research Aptitude

41. UGC NET Revision Notes # 3 Unit- Communication

42. UGC NET Revision Notes # 4 Unit- People, Development and Environment

43. UGC NET Revision Notes # 5 Unit- Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

44. UGC NET Revision Notes # 6 Unit- Teaching Aptitude

45. UGC NET Revision Notes # 7 Unit- Higher Education System

46. UGC NET Revision Notes # 8 Unit- Research Aptitude

47. UGC NET Revision Notes # 9 Unit- Communication

48. UGC NET Revision Notes # 10 Unit- Information and Communication Technology (ICT)

49. UGC NET Revision Notes # 11 Unit- Higher Education System

50. Last Month Preparation Tips for NTA-UGC-NET December 2019

51. Download Useful Free Books for NTA-UGC-NET

52. UGC NET Important Questions 1-10 Unit – Teaching Aptitude

53. UGC NET Important Questions 11-20 Unit – ICT

54. UGC NET Important Questions 21-30 Unit – Research Aptitude

55. UGC NET Important Questions 31-40 Unit – Communication

56. UGC NET Important Questions 41-50 Unit – People, Development and Environment

57. UGC NET Important Questions # 51-60

58. Tips to Crack UGC NET June 2020

59. Useful Groups For UGC NET June 2020

60. NTA UGC NET PAPER 1 IMPORTANT BOOKS

61. Benefits of CBT mode Examination in NTA NET

62. How to handle CBT mode in NTA UGC NET

63. JRF and SRF

64. Types of Variables

65. Steps of The Research Process (With Types)

66. Research Ethics

67. Commonly Asked Questions NTA UGC NET (1-15 Questions)

68. Commonly Asked Questions NTA UGC NET (16-30 Questions)

69. Benefits of UGC NET / JRF

70. NET Qualified Lecturers Salary

71. Types of Researches

72. How many study hours are needed to prepare for UGC NET

73. Helpful Habits For UGC NET

74. Types of Universities in India

75. Methods of Teaching

76. Lecture Method of Teaching

77. Difference among Conference, Workshop, Seminar and Symposium

78. Role Play Method of Teaching

79. Discussion Method of Teaching

80. Five things to remember for UGC NET preparation

81. Digital Initiatives in Higher Education

82. Definitions of Education

83. Important Definitions – Philosophy, Idealism, Realism, Naturalism and Pragmatism

84. Career Options after UGC NET

85. Top 5 E-Books For NTA UGC NET

86. Recommended E-Books for Research Aptitude

87. Primary and Secondary Data

88. UGC NET Free e-Books

89. Definitions of Hypothesis

90. Recommended Books of ICT for UGC NET

91. Difference Between Search Engines and Browsers

92. Top 5 E-Books for UGC NET Data Interpretation and Analysis

93. Tips and Techniques for UGC NET

94. Join Our Telegram Group for Free Study Material

95. Join Our Telegram Channel for Free Study Material

96. Join Our Whatsapp Group 01 for Free Study Material

97. Join Our Whatsapp Group 02 for Free Study Material

98. Join Our Whatsapp Group 03 for Free Study Material

99. Website for Recommended Books For UGC NET

100. 51 Tips to Crack NTA UGC NET for 1 Paper

101. For Regular Relevant Posts Visit https://www.ugcnetbooks.com/

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UGC NET E-Books

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As far as my experience is concerned, UGC NET E-Books play a very important role in UGC NET success.

These ebooks are easily readable in mobile, tablet or computer also.

Here I recommend few important ebooks which are essential for revision and practice purpose also. These ebooks are as follow:

UGC NET E-Book 01

UGC NET E-Book 02

UGC NET E-Book 03

UGC NET E-Book 04

UGC NET E-Book 05

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Difference between search engines and browsers

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SEARCH ENGINE AND BROWSER

Difference between search engines and browsers

Search Engines:- Search engine is a platform where individuals can search for different sort of websites with the help of internet. With the help of search engines people can find the desired information in form of pdf files, doc files, images, links or videos etc. However the search engine itself is a website which is designed for searching purpose. Let’s have a look on some popular search engines which are as follow:

  1. Google
  2. Bing
  3. Yahoo
  4. Duck-duck go
  5. ask.com

Browsers:- Browser or web browser is an software program which is designed and developed to access the internet and it shows the information stored on the web servers. Let’s have a look on some popular web browsers which are as follow:

  1. Google Chrome
  2. Mozilla Firefox
  3. Apple Safari
  4. Opera
  5. Microsoft Edge

 In simple words we can say that we all use a web browser to use a search engine. For example: We open Google Chrome in our computer system and we type the words such as google.co.in to access some relevant information for us.

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Recommended E-Books for Research Aptitude

RECOMMENDED E-BOOKS FOR RESEARCH APTITUDE

As I have observed about UGC NET, Research Aptitude unit is one of the most important units of this examination.

Keeping the importance in mind, I am providing here a list of  Recommended E-Books for Research Aptitude.

These E-books can be read on your mobile, desktop or tablet etc.

Let’s explore these E-Books as following…

E-Book No. 01

E-Book No. 02

E-Book No. 03

E-Book No. 04

E-Book No. 05

E-Book No. 06

E-books recommended by:

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UGC-NET (In Multiple Disciplines)

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Career Options after UGC NET

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Career Options after UGC NET

As far as my experience is concerned, most of the UGC NET qualifier choose the following first two options yet there are multiple career options after clearing UGC NET examination. Let’s explore these options which are as follow:

  1. Joining the Job: Once your UGC NET examination is cleared, you are eligible for the post of Assistant Professor throughout the country. For this, you have to apply for the vacancies in colleges or university campuses. When you are shortlisted and you have cleared the interview, you can join the reputed post of Assistant Professor in university college or campus. You can apply for different sort of teaching jobs in colleges or campuses for example: Guest Faculty, Contractual Faculty or Permanent Faculty etc.

  2. Ph.D. or M.Phil : After clearing UGC NET, you can apply for M.Phil or Ph.D. for further research studies. If you have cleared NET with JRF and selected for the JRF post in university college or campus, you will be funded by UGC for the purpose also. If you are teaching as an Assistant Professor in a college or university campus and don’t want the avail the benefits of NET JRF, your Ph.D. will be so helpful your promotion to Assistant Professor post over there.
  3. Taking the Government Project: It is also another career option after UGC NET. You can join the Government project also. For the purpose you have to apply for the desired project and after selection you will be appointed for the particular project for a specific time. You can earn a handsome amount on such type of projects also. Moreover, you will earn a lot of research experience through all these experiences which will be further fruitful to you in your career.
  4. Other Options: As the UGC NET is one of the toughest exams in India, It opens the doors to multiple opportunities. After clearing UGC NET you can become an author, UGC NET expert and trainer or you can join the managerial or HR posts in public sectors such as BHEL, ONGC and IOCL etc.

 Well, all jobs are fine and it depends upon you in which career option after UGC NET you are interest.

 Right Preparation strategies are required to clear the UGC NET examinations. Click here to explore the Tips to Crack NTA UGC NET examination.

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Important Definitions – Philosophy, Idealism, Realism, Naturalism and Pragmatism

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Important Definitions – Philosophy, Idealism, Realism, Naturalism and Pragmatism

Philosophy

“Philosophy is a persistent attempt to give insight into the nature of the world and of ourselves by means of systematic reflection.”

——- R.W. Sellars

“Philosophy like other studies, aims primarily at knowledge.”

——–Bertrand Russell

Idealism

“Idealistic philosophy takes many and varied forms, but the postulate underlying all this is that mind or spirit is the essential world stuff, that the true reality is of a mental character.”

—— J.S. Ross

“Idealists point out that it is mind that is central in understanding the world. To them nothing gives a greater sense of reality than the activity of mind engaged in trying to comprehence its world. For any thing to give a greater sense of reality would be a contradiction in terms because to know any thing more real than mind would itself be a conception of mind.”

——-Brubacher

Realism

“The doctrine of realism asserts that there is a real world of things behind and corresponding to the objects of our perception.”

—–J.S. Ross

“Realism is the reinforcement of our common acceptance of this world as it appears to us.”

——Butler

Naturalism

“Naturalism is a system whose silent characteristic is the exclusion of whatever is spiritual or indeed whatever is transcendental of experience from our philosophy of nature and man.”

——-Joyce

“Naturalism is not science but an assertion about science. More specifically it is the assertion that scientific knowledge is final, leaving no room for extra-scientific or philosophical knowledge.”

——R.B. Perry

Pragmatism

“Pragmatism offers us a theory of meaning, a theory of truth of knowledge and a theory of reality.”

——James B. Prett

“Pragmatism is essentially a humanistic philosophy, maintaining that man creates his own values in the course of activity that reality is still in the making and awaits its part of completion from the future, that to an unascertainable extent our truth are man-made products.”

——J.S. Ross

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Definitions of Education

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Definitions of Education

Few major definitions of education are as follow:

“Education is the process of training man to fulfill his aim by exercising all the faculties to the fullest extent as a member of society. 

 —– Aristotle

“ By education, I mean the all round drawing out of the best in child and man-body, mind and soul.”

 —– M.K. Gandhi

“ Education is that process of development which consists the passage of human being from infancy to maturity, the process whereby he adapts himself gradually in various ways to his physical and spiritual environment.”

 —– T. Raymont

“ Education is a process in which and by which knowledge, character and behaviour of the young are shaped and moulded.”

 —– Drever

“ Education is a process by which the child makes the internal external.”

 —– Froebel

“ Education is the manifestation of perfection already reached in man.”

 —– Vivekanand

“ Education is a natural, harmonious and progressive development of man’s innate powers.”

 —– Pestalozzi

“ Education is the complete development of individuality of the child, so that he can make his original contribution of human life according to his best capacity.”

 —– T.P. Nunn

“ Education mans the bringing out of the ideas of universal validity which are latent in the mind of every man.”

 —– Socrates

“ Education means to enable the child to find out ultimate truth…making truth its own and giving expression to it.”

 —– R.N. Tagore

“In the broadest sense, education is the device by which a social group continued existence renew yourself, and defend his ideas.”

 —– H.H Horne

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Digital Initiatives in Higher Education

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Digital Initiatives in Higher Education

The following major digital initiatives have been taken by Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India.

We must learn about all these digital initiatives in higher education as we all can learn a lot specially when we are at home to cope with coronavirus during the lockdown period . Please stay at home and be safe. Let’s have a look on digital initiatives in higher education. These are as follow:

  1. SWAYAM (Study Webs of Active Learning for Young Aspiring Minds) : It is a native IT course software platform which provides high quality education available for anyone and anywhere. You can visit the portal from this link https://swayam.gov.in/
  2. SWAYAM Prabha: It includes 32 Educational DTH Channels which provide study material for different streams students such as Arts, Science and Commerce etc. Such type of study materials are useful for both regular students and for the lifelong learners also. You can visit for virtual labs from this link https://www.swayamprabha.gov.in/
  3. National Digital Library (NDL): This is also a very ambitious digital initiatives in higher education. Presently more than 80 lakh e-books are available through this portal to each and everyone free of cost. This service can be accessed through the android app also. Presently more than 20 lakh students are registered in this particular platform. You can visit for virtual labs from this link https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in/
  4. National Academic Depository (NAD): Through this particular initiative every citizen can access to digital certificates and awards issued by academic institutions. A number of academicians are associated with this depository as it provides free storage, access and recognition to them. You can visit for virtual labs from this link https://nad.gov.in/
  5. e-Shodh Sindhu: This platform provides more than 15000 journals of national and international levels to the higher education institutions. This facility is run through INFLIBNET program. We can learn a lot through this specific program also. You can visit for virtual labs from this link https://ess.inflibnet.ac.in/
  6. e-Yantra: This particular initiative is very specific to the incorporation of robotics into engineering education and it is based on computer science, mathematics and engineering concepts. All the content is available to everyone free of cost. You can visit for virtual labs from this link https://www.e-yantra.org/
  7. e-Kalpa: More than 160 online courses related to art and design learning are covered through e-Kapla, another digital initiative of higher education. You can visit for virtual labs from this link http://www.dsource.in/
  8. The Free and Open Source Software for Education (FOSSEE): This initiative is for the promotion of open source software in educational institutions. Different sort of seminars, conferences, documentations and other programs are conducted for the purpose. You can visit for virtual labs from this link https://fossee.in/
  9. e-Vidwan: Another digital initiative in higher education is e-Vidwan which is run under The ‘Information and Library Network’ (INFLIBNET) and there is huge data of academicians and research scientists who belong to research organizations. You can visit for virtual labs from this link https://vidwan.inflibnet.ac.in/
  10. Virtual Labs: This initiative encourages the remote access to the labs of science and engineering. The students can learn a lot through remote experimentation. From this particular platform the students can learn about different tools and equipments also. You can visit for virtual labs from this link http://www.vlab.co.in/

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Five things to remember for UGC NET preparation

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Five things to remember for UGC NET preparation

As you know UGC NET is one of the most toughest examinations in India and even a single question matters to qualify this examination. In my point of view you must remember five things when you are doing preparation for UGC NET examination.

  1. Choose Authentic Books Only:- I have selected this advice for first rank as I think it is the most important for the aspirants. Not a single book can cover the entire wide syllabus for UGC NET so you must buy unit wise books for the UGC NET examination preparation. Once you have prepared well unit wise then you may revise all syllabus with a single book which has only multi choice questions. For the purpose, you may have a look for those selected books over this link.
  2. Do Note Making:- While you are preparing from authentic books only, you must take notes also. You should believe, this particular practice will raise your success ratio in this one of the toughest examinations in India. These specific notes have direct impact on your weakness and strength and these are essential for revision purpose also.
  3. Join Study Groups:- You must the importance of study groups as you the group member can share valuable study materials, relevant updates and much more on these particular groups. When the aspirants are regular share important study materials and that all, they get positive results out of these activities. You can join some important groups over here.
  4. Do Revision systematically:- Once all the units are prepared well, you must revise the units separately not together. As the time management is essential in revision also, you must allocate it well. I have provided some important revision notes in this particular link, you must do it according to your weakness and strength.
  5. Practice with Mock Tests:- In my point of view, the aspirants should practice with mock tests. This practice will enhance the confidence and thinking abilities of the aspirants. Moreover, the aspirant will be able to know where they are lacking in preparation or revision also. For this purpose I have prepared some FREE MOCK TESTS on my blog, you can visit into this link. I hope through these free mock test, the aspirant will get sure benefits.

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