UGC NET-JRF (Paper 1) Examination Course
Score well in Paper 1 of the UGC Net Examination!
Prepare extensively for the examination by getting in-depth knowledge about the subjects and about the strategies to crack Paper 1.
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About the Course
UGC NET Examination is perhaps the most important exam for postgraduates.
If you wish to pursue Ph.D. (Law) and you intend on taking the Ph.D. entrance test or qualifying UGC-NET, or if you wish to secure the coveted Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) while pursuing a Ph.D., or if you aspire to pursue a career in academics and want to be appointed as an Assistant Professor, this course can help you achieve it.
You will get guidance from 4 UGC NET Qualified professionals through more than 50 recorded lectures and 10 subject-based practice tests.
Additionally, the subject-based practice tests and mock tests will familiarize you with the strategy and pattern of this examination, and will help you crack the examination successfully!
Why should you join this course?
Meet the Faculty
This course has been designed and delivered by UGC NET qualified professionals: Pooja Chandran Nambiar, Mariyam Khan, Jatin Garg, and Vershika Sharma
Excel in UGC NET-JRF (Paper 1) examination, with this course!
Orientation Session – Dec 2
Live Session – Studying Strategies for UGC NET
Live Session – Comprehension
Live Session – Communications
Live Session – Teaching Aptitude
Live Session – Mathematical Reasoning
Live Session – Logical Reasoning
Webinar Recording – Preparation for Paper 1 for UGC NET
Strategy for Paper 1
Previous 3 years papers – Video Analysis
UGC-NET (Paper 1) Syllabus
UGC-NET (Paper 1) – Course Structure
Mock Test 1 – Paper 1
Mock Test 2 – Paper 1
Mock Test 3 – Paper 1
Mock Test 4 – Paper 1
Reading Resource – Teaching Aptitude
Recorded Session – Teaching Aptitude 1
Presentation – Teaching Aptitude – June 24
Video Lesson – Teaching Aptitude
Practice Test 1 – Teaching Aptitude
Practice Test 2 – Teaching Aptitude
Reading Resource – Research Aptitude
Presentation – Research Aptitude
Recorded Lecture 1 – Research Aptitude
Recorded Lecture 2 – Research Aptitude
Practice Test 1 – Research Aptitude
Practice Test 2 – Research Aptitude
Reading Resource – Comprehension
Live Session – Comprehension – June 19
Presentation – Comprehension – June 19
Video Lesson – Reading Comprehension
Video Lesson: A Tutorial on Solving a Passage
Video Lesson – Purpose of Reading Comprehension
Practice Test 1- Reading Comprehension
Reading Resource – Communication
Live Session – Communication – July 1
Presentation – Communication – July 1
Video Lesson – Communication Overview
Video Lesson – Communication – Nature & Characteristics
Video Lesson – Types of Communication
Practice Test 2 – Communication
Reading Resource – Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude
Live Session – Mathematical Aptitude & Reasoning – July 13
Presentation – Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude – July 13
Video Lesson – Mathematical Aptitude – 1
Video Lesson – Mathematical Aptitude – 2
Video Lesson – Mathematical Aptitude – 3
Video Lesson – Mathematical Aptitude – 4
Practice Test – Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude
Reading Resource – Logical Reasoning
Live Session – Logical Reasoning – July 18
Presentation – Logical Reasoning – July 18
Video Lesson – Structure of Arguments
Video Lesson – Deductive & Inductive Reasoning
Video Lesson – Venn Diagrams & Analogies
Video Lesson – Propositions
Video Lesson – Indian Logic: Pramanas and Anumana
Practice Test – Logical Reasoning
Reading Resource – Data Interpretation
Live Session 6 – Studying Strategy and Doubts
Presentation – DI Live Session
Video Lesson – DI – Data & Sources
Video Lesson – DI – Table & Pie Charts
Practice Test – Data Interpretation
Reading Resource – Information and Communication Technology
Reading Resource – Information and Communication Technology
Live Session – Studying Strategy and Questions
Presentation – ICT for UGC-NET
Practice Test – Information and Communication Technology
Reading Resource – People, Development and Environment
Presentation – People, Development and Environment
Live Session – People, Development and Environment
Video Lesson – Ecology & Ecosystem
Video Lesson – Anthropogenic Impacts on Environment
Video Lesson – Climate Change
Video Lesson – Air Pollution
Video Lesson – Water Pollution
Video Lesson – Soil Pollution
Video Lesson – Noise Pollution
Video Lesson – Waste Pollution
Video Lesson – Natural Energy Sources
Video Lesson – Natural Hazards & Disasters
Video Lesson – Domestic & International Initiatives
Practice Test – People, Development and Environment
Reading Resource – Higher Education System
Live Session – Studying Strategy and Doubts
Presentation – Higher Education Systems
Video Lesson -Higher Learning and Education in Ancient India
Video Lesson – Evolution of Higher Learning
Video – Oriental, Conventional & Non-Conventional Learning
Practice Test – Higher Education Systems
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