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Kumar Bharat

PhD Scholar - Linguistics, BHU, Varanasi.

About Bharat

Bharat Kumar is a Linguist, Web Developer, Spoken-English Trainer and a certified nutritionist. He is post-graduated in the field of Linguistics (Science of Languages) from Banaras Hindu University. Currently, he is pursuing his research in the field of English Learning and Teaching ELT. Due to his interest in languages, he could successfully acquire the grammar level proficiency of romance languages such as French and Spanish through self-study. He can speak up to three languages at pro level and two languages at basic level.

His knowledge is not limited till human languages. His curiosity and interest has led him to acquire core knowledge of certain programming languages such as PHP, MySQL, JavaScript and JQuery..

He has also worked for several years as a spoken-English and Personality development trainer.

He truly believes that 'A healthy mind resides only in a healthy body'. He has completed his certification in Nutrition and Fitness.

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How to manage time during UGC NET Paper 1

I am back with another topic which is How can we manage to attempt all the questions in UGC NET Paper 1 within the time limit which is 9:30 am to 10:45 am. Guys, I have personally experienced that comparing to the other papers such as Paper 2 and 3, Paper 1 has really limited time and in spite of knowing everything one also needs to be fast enough to complete it in that little time span. So today I am going to share what simple trick I used to attempt all the 50 questions within this time frame.

As we discussed previously, there are overall 10 sections from which questions are asked. Those 10 sections are:-
1. Teaching Aptitude
2. Research Aptitude
3. Communication
4. Information and Communication Technologies ICT
5. People and Environment
6. Higher Education System
7. Reading Comprehension
8. Logical and Verbal Reasoning
9. Mathematics
10. Data Interpretation

Before proceeding to the trick, We need to categorise the sections into 2 sub-categories:- 
1. Knowledge-based Sections - Questions which are based on information and do not need to be solved belong to such sections. You can easily know that If you can answer the question or not as soon as you read them. They take less time to be attempted. They are:- 
1. Teaching Aptitude
2. Research Aptitude
3. Communication
4. Information and Communication Technologies ICT
5. People and Environment
6. Higher Education System

2. Procedure-based Sections -  Questions which need certain formula or a careful reading to be able to be answered belong to this category. You have to solve such questions to get the final answer. Hence, they take much more time to be solved and attempted. They are - 
7. Reading Comprehension
8. Logical and Verbal Reasoning
9. Mathematics
10. Data Interpretation

Warm up Session - 
Now, the trick is to read from question 1 to question 60 with a good speed and attempting all questions which could be done by investing less time and mental efforts. Such questions could be from knowledge-based sections (because as soon as you read them you arrive at the right answer) or could also be from Procedure-based Sections (Math or Reasoning questions which you think you can do as soon as you see them.)
Doing so will take 15-20 minutes and in this time you might attempt 15-20 questions. Let's call it a warm up session. It has two benefits. First, since I have personally experienced that if we try attempting Procedure-based section first such as Maths DI or reasoning Questions, nothing seems to be easy to be solved because of less warm up and if we try to attempt those at the end still we are not able to concentrate because of the time pressure. Hence, this warm up session promotes you to attempt all those questions which take less mental efforts and gives your brain a good warm up. Second, You have attempted all the questions for which you were the most confident and you get a fair idea about your performance.

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how I cleared cracked qualified prepared for Paper 1 - My UGC NET JRF Experience

Hey Guys,
Today I will share how I prepared cracked qualified cleared for UGC NET Paper 1 One. When I was in M.A. First Semester, I appear for NET Exam and I could not clear it because I got fewer marks in Paper 1 only. Since then I considered this Paper 1 as my enemy. To create a strategy for bringing down an enemy it is very much necessary to know his/her all moves and that is what I did. Today, I will explain what steps I took and achieved my goal.

As we all know, Paper 1 is a common paper for all subjects and it includes different sections. Such as-
1. Teaching Aptitude
2. Research Aptitude
3. Communication
4. Information and Communication Technologies ICT
5. People and Environment
6. Higher Education System
7. Reading Comprehension
8. Logical and Verbal Reasoning
9. Mathematics
10. Data Interpretation

There are two things I want to share-
First, many people take Paper 1 for granted. They do not do serious preparations for it. Let me tell you guys that Paper 1 is the most scoring paper after Paper 2.
Second, People refer so many books and notes as they want to be perfect in all the section. The good news is that you do not have to be perfect in all the subjects but setting you goal that how many sections you can leave is something you will have to decide which we will talk about today.

The strategy I present seeks answers for two questions:-
1. How many questions to be attempted out of all in Paper 1.
2. How many sections one needs to be good at and how many sections one can ignore.

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1. How many questions to be attempted out of all in Paper 1.- 
As we all know there are total 60 questions out of which 50 to be attempted. It means that 10 questions we simply have to leave. Now according to my subject, I calculated that even if I mark only 35 questions right, I can clear JRF very easily at 73%.



UGC-NET possible changes in 2017 - The conclusion

Hey Guys,
Today, once again I would like to talk about possible change that UGC and CBSE might bring this time in NET 2017. As we all know this time NET Exam is going to be conducted on 19th November in the year 2017. There is already a small notification on the Official CBSE NET Website.

In my older video here,


I talked about four possible changed which might be introduced this time. Those were:-

1. The exam might be Subjective
2. Negative Marking might be introduced.
3. The exam might be conducted Once in a year.
4. PRE and MAINS might be introduced.


For all four possibilities, I also talked about why and why not those changed will be implemented. The main reason of bringing changes was that there is a lot of burdens that UGC and CBSE are feeling for conducting NET Exam. All the changes which are likely to take place should be in such a way that they reduce some of their burdens.

On the basis of the above-mentioned story, Changes No. 1 and 4 can straightforwardly be rejected as making exam subjective or introducing PRE and MAINS would make their tensions worse.

Change No. 2 is less likely to take place as it is not going to relieve them from a headache of conducting the exam.

Change No 3. which is conducting exam once in a year is very much likely to be implemented as it has been argued that more than 40% applicants are absent and it takes a lot of time to manage and conduct the exam. Hence, it is quite likely that from the year 2017 onwards UGC CBSE NET Exam will be conducted once is a year.



UGC-NET Exam Pattern Changed - UGC - NET में यह हुए हैं बदलाव

The result of UGC-NET of JAN'17 has been released lately and but took so much time. Meanwhile, there are many things we have been hearing regarding changes in UGC-NET exam pattern, timing and the way it is conducted.

Here, I would discuss such changes that people are talking about because those changes sound so scary and making an environment of terror among all the aspirants. There are several things that I have personally been hearing regarding changes in the UGC-NET pattern such as:

1. The exam will go Subjective.
2. Negative marking will be introduced.
3. It will be conducted only once in a year.
4. The exam would now have PRE and MAINS.

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Such kind of information we have been gathering from social media about UGC-NET Exam. Let's look at how many chances are there for this information to be authentic.


How to qualify UGC NET-JRF - My personal experience -Part1/2

Hello Guys,
I am writing this blog because I would like to share how I could crack UGC-NET JRF. I would also like to talk about the problem I faced because of the lack of information available regarding UGC-NET Exam and its result. I still see that people are often confused for the same.

We all already know what is UGC-NET Exam, how many papers are conducted and how it is conducted. There are several websites out there which explain it clearly. Things I am going to discuss are almost untold and unknown and such things make our lives very annoying and confusing.

As we know NET is National Eligibility Test and JRF is Junior Research Fellowship but there are still Some questions which are unclear amongst students. Some of those questions are:-

1. What are the similarities and difference between NET and JRF?
2. How NET eligibility is evaluated?
3. What is the right time to prepare for it?
4. What is the validly period of the certificate?
5. What could be the best way to prepare for UGC-NET Exam?

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If the goal of qualifying NET or JRF is to be set. I think clearing such concepts would only result in better understanding, planning goals in an organised manner hence in achieving success. Let's begin with it.

1. What are the similarities and difference between NET and JRF?
Similarity No. 1 - Minimum eligibility to be Assistant Professor
NET and JRF both provide you minimum eligibility for becoming an assistant professor which means once you qualify either NET or JRF you become eligible for applying for such post anytime in your life.
Similarity No. 2 - Required for PhD
If you want to do PhD after your Masters, you might need to be either NET or JRF qualified. Most of the colleges require it for granting you the admission. In the case of taking admission both NET E-certificate and JRF Letter have the validity of 2 years from the DATE OF ISSUE. Please mind many people confuse this date with the date of the exam conducted.

Difference No. 1 JRF provides you fellowship while doing PhD
There is no difference in terms of giving you minimum eligibility for assistant professor's job or for PhD admission. However, JRF qualified PhD candidates to get a handsome scholarship from UGC which NET qualified students do not get or get so less in some universities.
The current JRF scholarship amount is around 25k + 5-7k HRA.
Difference No. 2 - Age Limit for appyling for JRF
However, there is an age limit to appear for JRF. You should not be more than 28 years (for Unreserved Category) for applying for JRF. If you qualify JRF after your 28, you will simply be considered as NET qualified. There is no such age limitation for applying for NET.
Difference No. 3 - Different documents received after qualifying
When you qualify NET, you get a NET E-certificate online which you have to download from UGC-NET's Official Website. When you qualify JRF you get a JRF Letter Offline through Speed Post at your Residential Address as well as you get NET E-certificate online too since qualifying JRF means qualifying JRF and NET both.

2. How NET eligibility is evaluated?
Net is conducted across India in 80 Subjects. Students applied and appeared in each category are listed according to the marks they get. Top 15% students in each subject are filtered out as NET qualified and out of NET qualified JRF qualified students are further filtered out on the basis of the total number of fellowship seats. Total 3200 students get JRF each time out of which 1520 are from unreserved category



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