The whole syllabus of General Paper -1 is divided into 10 Sections
Every topic is well explained.
Every Chapter of each unit consists of Previous Years’ Solved Paper
More than 3000 MCQs are designed exactly on the lines of paper.
Previous Years’ Solved Papers are given for practice
5 Practice Sets are given for the self -assessment.
To become a lecturer or a researcher in a college or in university, it requires way more efforts than to just appearing for the exam. If you are keen to pursue a career in the lecturership, then appearing in NTA UGC NET Exam will be the best decision.
Make yourself well prep with the revised edition of ‘NTA UGC NET/ SET/ JRF Teaching and Research Aptitude Paper I – General English’ that has been comprehensively designed as the per the latest syllabus. As Paper 1 – General English of UGC is counted as mandatory attempt for NET entrance, this book is divided into 10 units, discussing every chapter in a lucid format supported with examples, flowcharts, diagrams, etc. In order to get the complete idea of the exam format, there are 5 Previous Years’ Solved Papers given right in the beginning of the book. Apart from theoretical knowledge; practice part has also been taken into consideration by providing 5 practice tests for the self-evaluation and exhaustive revision. With more than 3000 MCQs are provided for the quick revision. 5 Free Online Tests are also given for advanced preparation. This book for General English Paper 1 gives a complete account of Teaching and Research Aptitude to score maximum in this compulsory paper.
Solved Paper [November 2021 (Shift I)], Solved Paper [November 2020 (Shift II)], Solved Paper (December 2019 (Shift I), Solved Paper December 2019 (Shift II), Solved Paper, June 2019 (Shift II), Unit 1: Teaching Aptitude, Unit 2: Research Aptitude, Unit 3: Comprehension, Unit 4: Communication, Unit 5: Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude, Unit 6: Logical Reasoning, Unit 7: Data Interpretation, Unit 8: Information and Communication Technology, Unit 9: People, Development and Environment, Unit 10: Higher Education System, Practice Sets (1-5)