NET 2017 Exam Description

NET - National Eligibility Test is one of the most important and well known entrance examinations. National Eligibility Test (NET) is a national level exam conducted by University Grants Commission. NET, is the first step for any aspirant who desires (his/her) career in the education industry as Lecturer or professor.

Examination Pattern

SessionPaperMarksNumber of QuestionDuration
FirstI10050 questions all are  compulsory1¼ Hours (09:30 A.M. to 10:45 A.M.) IST
SecondII10050 questions all are  compulsory1¼ Hours (11:15 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.) IST
ThirdIII15075 questions all are  compulsory2½ Hours (02:00 P.M. to 04:30 P.M.) IST
  • Paper I will start from 09:30 A.M. to 10:45 A.M. This paper will have questions based on general nature, aimed to evaluate the research or teaching aptitude, comprehension, reasoning ability and divergent thinking in the candidates.
  • There will be the addition of two marks on giving correct answer.
  • Paper II will start from 11:15 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. There will be the addition of two marks on giving correct answer.
  • Paper III will start from 02:00 P.M. to 04:30 P.M.
  • The question of paper II and III will come from the entire syllabus including the electives.
  • The candidates will have to dot down their answers in the Optical Mark Reader(OMR) sheet.

NOTE : Each correct answer will carry 2 marks and there is no negative marking.

Exam Syllabus

  1. Paper II
    • Introduction to Discrete Structure
    • Computability
    • Graphs & Groups
    • Computer Arithmetic
    • Programming in C
    • Object-Oriented Programming Concepts
    • Relational Database Design & SQL
    • Data Structure
    • Network Fundamentals & Reference Models
    • Data Communication & Internetworking
    • Routing & Networking Security
    • Assembly Language Fundamentals & Compilation
    • Operating System & Memory Management
    • The Unix System
    • Software Engineering
    • Parallel Computing & Mobile Computing
    • E-Technologies
    • Windows Programming
  2. Paper III
    • Combinational & Sequential Circuits
    • Microprocessor Architecture and Programming
    • Database Concepts
    • Object-Oriented Database Management System
    • Introduction to Oracle
    • Display Systems and Input Devices
    • Storage Devices and Input Tools
    • Programming Language Concepts
    • Classes and Inheritance
    • Horn Clauses and Their Implementation
    • Program Development in Prolog
    • Parallelism, Coroutines and Compiler Structure
    • Regular Language and Finite Automata
    • Analog and Digital Transmission
    • Topologies and OSI Reference Model
    • Data Structure
    • Sorting and Searching
    • Object-Oriented Programming
    • Net Based Components
    • Programming Techniques and Tools
    • Memory Management
    • Distributed Operating System
    • Introduction to Unix and Windows NT
    • Al Approach for Solving Problems and Automated Reasoning
    • Frames, Scripts and Prolog Programming
    • Expert System
    • System Approach to Planning and Decision
    • Elective I
    • Elective II
    • Elective III
    • Elective IV
    • Elective V

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