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UGC NET Guide

 

This is complete guide book to

National Eligibility Test (NET) Examination of 

University Grants Commission (UGC)

 

About this Guide: The UGC NET Guide website was launched with a hope to serve as a complete online guide book for UGC NET Examination and give direction to you in a proper way. The solved papers given in this guidebook will help you to become aware of the format of the question papers. The solved question papers given in this website can also be treated as a sample copy. The aspirants can prepare the mock test out of the solved papers. The agencies that conduct seminar / workshop / training for their learners can download the materials given in this website for counseling purpose. The whole content of the UGC NET Guide Book website is available freely to one and all and are revised periodically to reflect the new content and new development in the subject.

Section 1: UGC NET Examination: About: This section of the guide covers general information about UGC NET, how to prepare, success stories from real people and the purpose of this guide.

Section 2:  UGC NET Examination: Solved Paper I: In this section, a few solved papers of UGC NET are included. The answer keys of the solved papers after June 2012 are taken from the updated answer keys released by UGC.

Section 3: UGC SET / SLET Examination: Solved Paper I: In this section, a few solved paper I of State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (SET) / State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) examination of different states are given. The notable among them are Andhra Pradesh State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (AP SET) conducted by Osmania University, Chhattisgarh State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (CG SET) conducted by Chhattisgarh Professional Examination Board, Gujarat State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (G SET) conducted by M. S. University (MSU) Baroda, Karnataka State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (K SET) conducted by University of Mysore, Maharashtra State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (M SET) conducted by University of Pune, West Bengal State Eligibility Test for Lectureship (WB SET) conducted by West Bengal College Service Commission.

Section 4: UGC NET Examination: Solved Paper II and III of All Subjects: This section contains the solved papers of all the subjects. The solved papers are arranged according to the subject alphabetically.

Section 5: UGC NET Examination: Syllabus: This section of the guide book contains the syllabus of paper I, paper II and III of all the subjects included in the UGC NET examination.

Section 6: UGC NET Examination: Sample Paper: Here in this section a few sample paper of UGC National Eligibility Test (NET) Examination are included.

Section 7: UGC NET in Library and Information Science Paper II & III: Solved Papers: This section is exclusively designed and developed for the Library and Information Science subject and include a few solved papers of paper II and III.

Section 8: UGC SET/SLET in Library and Information Science Paper II & III: Solved Papers: In this section previous years solved question papers of paper II and paper III of State Eligibility Test (SET) and State Level Eligibility Test (SLET) in Library and Information Science are included for ready reference.

Section 9: UGC NET/SET/SLET in Library and Information Science Paper II and III Write up: A short write-up on each and every topic of the UGC NET Syllabus in Library and Information Science (LIS) is included in this section of the online free guide book. Further, the online guide also includes supplementary materials on the latest developments in the subject (RDA, NLIST, Cloud Computing, NKN, etc). However, the online guide book excluded FID, Library Association (UK), NISSAT, etc. which have dissolved long ago.

The idea of this section is to help the NET aspirants in Library and Information Science to absorb the gist of “easy readings” on each and every topic of the NET Syllabus. The articles in their totality would definitely enrich the knowledge of the NET aspirants for better understanding of the topics included in the NET syllabus. It will also be a valuable resource for any B.Lib / BLISc / M.Lib. / MLISc student of any Indian university as well as SLET / SET aspirants in LIS.

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