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  • Prominent Institute in English Language training to improve your subject knowledge through specially designed UGC JRF – NET – SET English courses.
  • Complete Syllabus covered from Basic to Advanced Level.
  • Special Intensive training for Paper I & II (new pattern) by highly experienced faculties as it is a hard nut to crack for students.
  • Training based on Latest Pattern and Changes
  • Mock test covering more than 4000+ Practice Questions followed by doubt clearing sessions.
  • Result oriented Approach
  • Tips and tricks to pass the exam in the very first attempt
  • Students are prepared for not only UGC – NET /SET exams but also trained to gain high level of language fluency and pronunciation.
  • Our panel of British Council trained faculties train students on an individual basis to improve pronunciation so that the candidates are job-ready at the end of the training.

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On behalf of UGC, the Central Board of Secondary Education conducts National Eligibility test ( NET ) . Candidates qualifying this exam are

  • Eligible to apply for Assistant Professor in leading Universities ,colleges , IIT’s and other institutions in India.
  • And  for the award of Junior Research Fellowship to pursue research .

The UGC- NET will be conducted in objective mode completely. The test will consist of three papers conducted in three separate sessions as under:

SessionPaperNumber of QuestionsMarksDuration
FirstI60 out of which 50 questions are to be attempted50 ×2 = 1001 ¼ Hours( 09.30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.)
SecondII50 questions all of which are compulsory50 ×2 = 1001 ¼ Hours( 11.15 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.)
ThirdIII75 questions all of which are compulsory75 ×2 = 1502 ½  Hours( 2.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m)


I. UGC NET Teaching Aptitude :

  • Teaching : Nature, Objectives, Characteristics and Basic Requirements.
  • Learner’s Characteristics.
  • Factors affecting Teaching.
  • Methods of Teaching.
  • Teaching aids.
  • Evaluation Systems.

II. UGC NET Research Aptitude :

  • Research : Meaning, Characteristics and Types;
  • Steps of Research.
  • Methods of Research.
  • Research Ethics.
  • Paper, Articles, Workshop, Seminar, Conference and Symposium.
  • Thesis Writing : Its characteristics and format.

III. Reading Comprehension :

  • A passage to be set with questions to be answered.

IV. UGC NET Communication :

  • Communication : Nature, Characteristics, Types, Barriers and Effective Classroom Communication.

V. Reasoning ( including Mathematical ) :

  • Number Series; Letter Series; Codes.
  • Relationships; Classification.

VI. Logical Reasoning :

  • Understanding the Structure of Argument.
  • Evaluating and distinguishing Deductive and Inductive Reasoning.
  • Verbal Analogies; Word Analogy – Applied Analogy.
  • Verbal Classification.
  • Reasoning Logical Diagrams; Simple Diagrammatic Relationship, Muliti – Diagrammatic Relationship.
  • Venn Diagram; Analytical Reasoning.

VII. Data Interpretation :

  • Sources, Acquisition and Interpretation of Data.
  • Quantitative and Qualitative Data.
  • Graphical Representation and Mapping of Data.

VIII. Information and Communication Technology ( ICT ) :

  • ICT : Meaning, Advantages, Disadvantages and Uses.
  • General Abbreviation and Terminology.
  • Basics of Internet and E – mailing.

IX. People and Environment :

  • People and Environment Interaction.
  • Sources of Pollution.
  • Pollutants and their impact on Human Life, Exploitation of Natural and Energy Resources.
  • Natural hazards and mitigation.

X. Higher Education System : Governance, Polity and Administration :

  • Structure of the Institutions for Higher Learning and Research in India; Formal and Distance Education; Professional / Technical and General Education; Value Education; Governance, Polity and Administration; Concept, Institutions and their Interactions.


  1. Chaucer to Shakespeare
  2. Jacobean to Restoration periods
  3. Augustan Age: 18th Century Literature
  4. Romantic Period
  5. Victorian Period
  6. Modern Period
  7. Contemporary Period
  8. American and other Non-British Literatures
  9. Literary Theory and Criticism
  10. Rhetoric and Prosody


  1. Literary comprehension
  2. Up to the Renaissance
  3. Jacobean to Restoration Periods
  4. Augustan Age: 18th Century Literature
  5. Romantic Period
  6. Victorian  and Pre-Raphaelites
  7. Modern British Literature
  8. Literary Theory and Criticism upto T.S. Elliot
  9. Contemporary Theory


Elective – I                  :  History of English language, English Language Teaching

Elective – II                 : European Literature from Classical Age to the 20th Century

Elective – III                : Indian writing in English and Indian Literature in English Translations

Elective – IV                : American and other Non-British English Literatures

Elective – V                 : Literary Theory and Criticism.

UGC NET English Quiz - William Wordsworth

Q1. In which magazine, in the year 1787, that William Wordsworth made his debut as a writer by publishing a sonnet?
Q2. When was William Wordsworth born?
Q3. When did William Wordsworth marry Mary Hutchinson?
Q4.From which year to which year that William Wordsworth served as the Poet Laureate of Britain?
Q5.What is the name of the sister of William Wordsworth, who is also a poet and diarist?
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