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What is the best way to prepare for the NET exam?  Please suggest everyone the best way for NET preparation.

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Thanks a lot, Sir!  

Go through the previous year's papers of NET and SET.


Here is some master tips. 0. Fix at least 5-6 hours for study. 1. Do not use objective books at initial level. (There are so many errors in these books, and sometimes answers are confusing and misguiding due to printing errors). 2. Read NET syllabus 10 times a day. 3. Solve the old papers. 4. Read only genuine books by standard authors, like Ranganathan, Krishan Kumar, PSG Kumar etc. (0. point is very important,. If this is not followed strictly, all are useless)

Each way is the best WAY if properly followed. 

I have seen/met with many students asking for the notes on NET. I don't find anything to give since I don't have any note(s) on NET. I ask them what are the problems they face in preparation and I clear their doubts by answering their questions. I also get agreed to teach critical topic which leaves some doubts. But, the best way of preparation is self-study and own notes. Notes can be asked if someone is in the first semester of MLIS. 

thanks all

Best BOOKS for qualifying UGC NET ..?

 Trueman's UGC NET Library & Information Science Paperback – 1 Jan 2016

by S. Thakur (Author) see here è


CBSE UGC-NET/SET: Education (Paper II & III) JRF and Assistant Professor Exam Guide Paperback – 2016

by M.S. Ansari (Author) see here è


Objective Questions in Library and Information Science: For NET (UG...

See here è


CBSE UGC-NET/SET: Library & Information Science (Paper II &...

2016 see here è


UGC NET/JRF/SET Library And Information Science (Paper-II & III)

2015   by Sarojanand Jha see here è


Handbook of UBBGC-NET for Library and Information Sciences

1 June 2014 see here è


Ugc Net/Set Education: Paper II & III (Popular Master Guide) Paperback – 2014

by M.S Ansari (Author) see here è

Library and Information Science for UGC-Net/Slet and Other Competit...

December 2013  by Atlantic Research Division see here è

Library And Information Science For Ugc-Net-Slet Paper-2

1 January 2013 by Cbh Editorial Board see here è


A Comprehensive Course in Library and Information Science: Objectiv... 1 August 2012 see here è

Library And Information Science Gateway For UGC-NET A source Book F...

2012 by Narendra Dodiya see here è

Library and information science UGC(net) examination guide paper III

2012 see here è


UGC NET/ SLET Education Paperback – 2010

by M.s. Ansari (Author) see here è


by Ramesh Publishing House  see here è


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