Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Step by Step Guide To Start UGC NET English Exam Preparation 2016

Earlier, the National Eligibility Test (NET) conducted by UGC was focused on the subjective pattern but in year 2012 by introducing the objective pattern for Examination, it created a radical change in the way an aspirant should prepare herself/himself for this national level examination.

In lack of awareness, many students and institutes still follow the old strategy based on subjective pattern, taking it as a model for their preparation.

Whereas many other aspirants lack quality resources at their disposal to effectively, prepare for this crucial exam.

Furthermore, many help books and institutes also fail to provide the students with conceptual understanding of the syllabus and important topics to be covered on priority basis.

Therefore, we want to guide the students about the syllabus and preparation strategy. And provide with the clear methodology that would enable them to have a clear understanding of the structure and syllabus to crack the NET/JRF exam.

Sunday, 2 August 2015

How to Prepare for UGC NET Commerce? - 5 Awesome Preparation Tips

CBSE will conduct the next UGC NET Commerce examination on December 2015. Those of you willing to take the examination must have started to work on it. For those of you still in dilemma, it’s high time to pull up your socks.

You'll have to solve three question papers. UGC NET Commerce Paper I, Paper II and Paper III.

UGC NET Commerce Paper II comprises of 50 objectives type questions, including Multiple choice, Matching type, True/False, Assertion – Reasoning type. The question paper will carry 100 marks.

UGC NET Commerce Paper III is further divided into two parts – A and B. Paper III (A) will have 10 short essay type questions carrying 16 marks each, you'll have to write the answer within 300 words. No external choice will we offered, however, there will be one question with internal choice from each unit (i.e. 10 questions from 10 units; maximum marks 160.)

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Gothic Elements in the Age of Romanticism

Gothic and Romanticism

The Age of Romanticism can be seen as a period of transition in terms of the nature and writings of its subject matter. The Romantic imagination of 18th century writings deliberately portrays beauty, imagination and nature in its relation to gothic and sublime. The idea of sublime created in these writings advocated a desire for mysterious and exotic, which in turn perpetuated and popularized the gothic writings.

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Free Previous Years Question Papers for M.A. English IGNOU 2013 & 2012

Previous Year Question Papers M.A. English

It's September, for M.A. English students at IGNOU, studies might be getting tougher, and soon by October all you schedules will be filled up. 

But often, in their journey to English literature they tends to undermine the importance of previous years question papers. Please don't do that, and never ignore them, because it's treasure trove, where you may get idea about what kind of questions can you expect and how you can score better.

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Top 5 Free Resources for UGC NET English Exam Preparation

UGC NET English students often find themselves in dock during their preparation due to lack of reading materials and resources. Therefore, they tend to depend on the advice of their seniors, teachers and UGC NET English Literature coaching institute. 

To help English literature students find the right answers to their questions, and access the right material for preparation, we have collected free resources for you. 

Here it is… 

Wednesday, 16 April 2014

5 Reasons Why You Are Not Able To Improve English

In Delhi, we know that how crucial English language is for our career growth and success. Today, without English you are nowhere in your career and you cannot survive in a multicultural environment.

Why is it so? Why English is so important? Why English is important for learning?

English is a lingua franc today, and global business language and most education systems are based upon English, moreover, the Internet is mostly based on English language.

Therefore, if you want to build a global business, if you want to make a career in MNC, or if you want to excel in education, then English is necessary.

Now the question is how to learn English language? Despite learning at school level, as we know we all have had English subject at school in Delhi.

You may have also or are pursuing English language course at some institute, but still you are nowhere near, and you are more scared of it than ever before.

Therefore, to ward off all your fears, and to tell you to learn English the right way, I am writing this article on – why are you not able to improve English.

Here we go.

Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Six Skills You Need For A Successful Career

In Delhi, we’ve seen such a huge rush for a single job position. Wherever you go and apply for a job position, you will find hundreds of candidates much like you or even more talented than you lining up for it.

So, in such a competitive environment, how would you differentiate? What can be your differential advantage? After graduation or post graduation, do you fear of ending up unemployed?

All your fears are real and logical. However, taking stress for it is unreasonable and illogical.

Fear of ending up unemployed

Therefore, to allay all your fears, we are listing six skills that will help you develop successful and secure career in New Delhi.