UGC CSIR: 7 Best Physical Sciences Prep Books

The UGC NET exam is a national level competitive exam for post graduate candidates who wish to enrol themselves for PhD programme and teaching jobs at university level in different colleges and universities. This exam is carried out twice a year and successful candidates are eligible to apply for PhD Degree (Junior Research Fellowship) and lecturer jobs in colleges and universities. The CSIR UGC NET exam is jointly conducted by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) and University Grants Commission (UGC) for Science and Engineering discipline, while for Arts and Humanities, the exam is conducted by UGC alone and is referred to as UGC NET. UGC CSIR exam is going to be held in June 2013.

Since this exam is going to be conducted at an all India level, be ready to face a tough competition. It becomes essential to know the kind and variety of questions that are asked in the exam. You can cover the topics that are expected to appear in the UGC CSIR exam by studying from physical sciences reference books. These books will familiarize and assist you with the topics so that you can validate what you have studied. There are many education publications that bring out collection of UGC CSIR physical sciences reference books. We’ve chosen the best from the whole lot.

Best 7 UGC CSIR Physical Sciences Prep Books

1. UGC – CSIR JRF/NET Physical Sciences (Physics) by G. K. Publications contains all the topics of physical sciences exhaustively covered as per the new syllabus prescribed by UGC. This book also includes objective type questions along with memory based previous year papers.

2. UGC – CSIR NET/JRF/Physical Science by Upkar Publications include the topics as per the latest syllabus of UGC CSIR explained in an uncomplicated manner. The book also contains solved previous years’ papers and mock test papers for a methodical idea of the type of questions that you will face in the exam hall.

3. CSIR-UGC NET/JRF/SET Physical Sciences by Dr. Surekha Tomar (Upkar) extensively covers the syllabus of UGC CSIR for your easy understanding. Also, this book contains the mock common test paper along with solutions for you to get the hang of questions that you might face in the exam. This book would help the aspirants to succeed in this particular discipline of physical sciences in the exams such as National Eligibility Test (NET), State Eligibility Test (SET), and Junior Research Fellowship (JRF).

4. Joint CSIR-UGC NET Junior Research Fellowship and Eligibility for Lectureship: Physical Science Exam Guide by R. Gupta (Ramesh Publishing House) has been divided into different sections and topics. Previous year’s solved paper of June 2011, solved mock test papers and the typical topics like Mathematical Methods of Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics, etc are described in a simple way.

5.CSIR-UGC NET/JRF/SLET Physical Sciences (Paper I & II) by Dr. M P Sinha (Upkar) is useful for exams like National Eligibility Test (NET), Junior Research Fellowship (JRF), and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) as it includes topic wise elucidation of physical sciences discipline, along with objective-type questions that are beneficial for students.

6. CSIR-UGC Physical Sciences by Sunil Kumar (Unique Publishers) is a beneficial book for UGC NET and JRF physical sciences discipline. This book can also be used for SLET as it contains in-depth explanation of topics for enhanced comprehension.

7. UGC-CSIR NET (JRF & LS) Physical Science by W. Malemnganba Chenglei (Arihant) gives an insight in to the subject in detail. Each chapter in this book has a set of practice test papers at the end. Every topic of Physics that is likely to appear in the exam as per the new UGC syllabus is covered in a perfect manner in this book.

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