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There are many good Engineering Entrance Examinations Preparation Books which have proved to very helpful. These books include the test pattern, a well designed study strategy, old question papers and some very useful ticks to save time. Find below some of the well known Engineering Entrance Examinations Preparation Books which have proved to be useful:
1)   CBSE All India Engineering Entrance Exam “Mathematics”: This book is written by Dr. N.K Singh and this includes all the topics covered under mathematics.
2)   Solved papers & 8 practice sets GGSIPU engineering entrance exam: This book is published by expert compilations.
3)   12 Years Solved papers for AMU engineering entrance exam: This book is published by Expert Compilations.
4)   Guide to AIEE (All India Engineering Entrance exam): This book is published by G K publishers and includes set of mock tests which are very useful.
5)   DCE Engineering Entrance: This book is published by Editorial Compilation and is published by Arihant.

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I wants to information about net syllabus regarding ugc-net exam.... ► Read more
Yes MA (Education) is eligible for NET. but if you are seeking job in a B.Ed. college then it is not enough even if you are NET cleared as NCTE only approve M.Ed . you will be able to teach BA (education).

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Hi Ravi,
There is no ideal time for CAT preparation. Better start your preparation from first year itself. It will help you a lot. Start reading "The Hindu" Newspaper and concentrate on vocabulary & fast reading. Try these books "Word power made easy", GRE book, R.S.Agharwal and try for TIME CAT material from your friends or your Seniors.

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Hi adit,

You cant find the whole syllabus in one single book. You must see the syllabus and search material according to that.

Here are some suggestion according to the topics:

# Engg. Thermodynamics by PK Nag
# IC Engine by ML Mathur and RP Sharma
# Gas Turbine and Propulsive Systems by PR Khajuria & SP Dubey
# Fluid Mechanics by Modi & Seth RK Bansal
# Compressible Flow by SM Yahya
# Heat and Mass Transfer by JP Hollman and RC Sachdeva
# Refrigeration and Air Conditioning by CP Arora and Domkundwar
# Fluid Machinery by Jagdish Lal and RK Bansal
# Theory of Machines by RS Khurmi and Malik & Ghosh
# Mechanical Vibration by Grover
# Machine Design by Shigley and VB Bhandari
# Material Science by WD Callister and IP Singh
# Production Engg. by Kalpkjian Schmid , Amitabh Ghosh & AK Malik
# Industrial Engg. by O P Khanna, Buffa & Sarin
# Operations Research by Kanti Swarup
# Strength of Materials by Gere & Timoshenko, BC unamia and Sadhu Singh...
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Nikki,
If you eventually do want to become a lecturer, NET is mandatory. Therefore I would advice you to appear for the same....
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Hello Vimala,

1) Fundamentals of Neural Networks
By :- Laurene V. Fausett

2) Neural Networks for Pattern Recognition
By : Christopher M. Bishop

3) Pattern Recognition and Neural Networks
By : Brian D. Ripley

4) Neural Network Design
By : Martin T. Hagan

5) An Introduction to Neural Networks
By : James A. Anderson

6) Neural Networks: A Comprehensive Foundation
By : Simon S. Haykin...
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Hi

You can do .NET course and it is good. But it is better for people having knowledge of any one programming language....
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Dear Kirti,

If you are seeking admission to postgraduate programmes in reputed engineering colleges and institutes in India you have to crack GATE. Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE), is an all-India examination which is administered in eight zones across India by the GATE Committee.

And The National Educational Testing Bureau of University Grants Commission (UGC) conducts National Eligibility Test (NET) to determine eligibility for lectureship and for award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) for Indian nationals in order to ensure minimum standards for the entrants in the teaching profession and research.

So choose your field of interest whether you want to do post graduate in engineering or interested in lectureship or research.

All the Best!!!...
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Hey Pallavi,

To qualify the UGC NET exam the best is to get your basics clear. You need not study all topics in detail but the clarity of concepts is very important. You should make it a point that you need not leave any topic in your syllabus. Though the syllabus is very vast but each and every topic is very important. So try and cover up as much as possible.
While answering the questions during the exam also remember that you need not write big answers, you should stick to the word limit and answer within the same.
One more suggestion is that your study should not only stick to your masters but also study from your graduation books as they contain topics in brief that will help you to learn quickly and in brief.
You can write back for any further queries.

Best Wishes!
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