HOW TO PASS UGC NET COMPUTER SCIENCE WITH COMPLETE REFERENCE BOOK LIST

HOW TO PASS UGC NET COMPUTER SCIENCE WITH COMPLETE REFERENCE BOOK LIST

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HOW TO PASS UGC NET COMPUTER SCIENCE WITH COMPLETE REFERENCE BOOK LIST

WRITING PRACTICE: Writing practice holds the key to success in NET exam particularly for paper 3. As you all are aware of the fact that this is an All India Exam, you have to learn and practice writing a lot prior to the exam. The more you practice, the better your chances to succeed in this exam.
SURFING ON THE INTERNET: Internet surfing is another vital factor because you cannot find everything prescribed in the syllabus in text books. It is also not possible to buy all the books. So you can search in the internet to get access to relevant information of various topics. Make internet surfing your hobby.
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PREPARE CONSISTENTLY: You can easily clear the exam if you prepare well for atleast 2-3 months regularly. Because the secret of success is consistency of purpose. Start learning new concepts each day and practice them by writing and that is the symbol for victory.

SOLVE PREVIOUS YEAR  PAPERS: Solving previous year papers will give you an edge to do the exam well. In fact, many of the questions posted on my blog are previous year solved questions. So go through them thoroughly. As UGC trend is changing, I will soon start posting descriptive answers too on my blog which may help the aspiring candidates to perform better in the exam.
START YOUR PREPARATION NOW: Don’t wait till the notification comes. Start your preparation instantly because tomorrow may be too late. If you start your preparation early, then you will have ample time to revise what you have learnt and practiced and face the exam more confidently. Be proactive. Begin your preparation with subjects in which you have keen interest. Prepare them well. Then concentrate upon other subjects too to gain mastery over them.
ATTEMPT MAXIMUM QUESTIONS: Try to attempt as many questions as you can because candidates generally do not go through the questions properly and immediately make the decision that questions are tough. It is not a good practice. The truth is that the questions are asked in an indirect way. So try to read each question atleast twice so that you will be able to get an idea about how to solve those questions.
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UGC NET JRF Exam 2015

QUEST EDUCATION offers a five months weekend and regular coaching program, for following UGC-NET subjects:

  • English
  • Labour Welfare / Personnel Management / Industrial Relations/  Labour and Social Welfare / Human Resource Management
  • Commerce
  • Law
  • Psychology
  • Education
  • Economics
  • Political Science
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • History
  • Management
  • Home Science
  • Computer Science and Applications

The program includes intensive coaching for  Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III
(Paper III, new Pattern-Objective Type- is followed). All eligible candidates can join.
For more details and registration contact the coordinator at Quest Education.
 

MAKE BEST USE OF TIME AND OPPORTUNITY: Another common problem is that candidates generally do not utilize 2 ½ hours given for paper 3 properly. To make the best use of those 2 ½ hours, you have to  learn and practice a lot to see your dream come true.  Impossible is nothing in life. Just like little drops of water makes a huge ocean, Little amount of hard work everyday for some months will yield amazing career progressing results.
REFERENCE BOOK LIST FOR UGC NET COMPUTER SCIENCE:

1. Discrete Structures -Seymour Lipschutz   
2.  Theory of Computation
1. Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages and Computation – John E. Hopcroft and Ullman
 
2. Algorithms and Theory of Computation Hand Book – Horwitz Sahaney 

3. C and C++
1. Programming in C - Byron Gottfried   
2. OOPS using C++  - E. Balagurusamy  

4. Computer Arithmetic
1. Digital Logic and Computer Design – M. Morris Mano  

5. Data and File Structure
1. Data structure – Seymour Lipschutz   
2. Data structure using C – Tenenbaum, Langsam and Augenstein
6. Relational Design and Database
1. Fundamentals of Database Systems - Ramez Elmasri, Navathe   
2. Database Management – G.V. Post 
7. Computer Networks
1. Computer Networks - Andrew S. Tanenbaum
2. Data and Computer Communications -William Stallings 
8. System Software & Compilers
1. Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with the 8085 –Ramesh S. Gaonkar  
2. Compilers: Principles, Techniques and Tools – Aho, Lam, Sethi and Ullman   

9. Operating Systems with Unix
1. Operating System Concepts – Galvin and Silberschatz  
2. Operating Systems Internals and Design Principles -William Stallings
3. Unix-Concepts and Applications -M. J. Back, S. Das

10. Software Engineering
1. Software Engineering A Practitioner’s Approach – Roger S. Pressman
2. Software Engineering concepts- Richard fairley  

11. Current Trends and Technologies
1. Introduction to Parallel Computing – M. J. Quinn

12. Computer Graphics
1. Introduction to Computer Graphics - Hearn and Baker, Rogers 
13. Artificial Intelligence
1. Artificial Intelligence - Elaine Rich and Kevin Knight   
14. Mobile Computing
1. Mobile Communications - Joechen Schiller

COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE:

  1. Computer Architecture and Organisation J.P. Hayes
  2. Computer organization and architecture: Hamacher, kye haung

PROGRAMMING & DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS:

  1. Data structure : A. S. Tanenbaum, J.D. Ullman
  2. Data structures and algorithms Horowitz, Sahani
  3. Algorithm analysis and design: T.h.cormen, Anne levitin

THEORY OF COMPUTATION:

  1. Theory of computation: Peter linz, J.d. ullman, Papadimitriau
  2. K.L.P Mishra & N. Chandrasekharan Theory of Computer Science PHI

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COMPILER DESIGN:

  1. Compilers: Principles, Techniques, and Tools (2nd Edition) Alfred V. Aho, Monica S. Lam, Ravi Sethi, Jeffrey D. Ullman

OPERATING SYSTEM:

  1. Operating system: w. stallings, Galvin, a. s. Tanenbaum
  2. Operating Systems Silberschatz
  3. The design of Unix operating system Maurice J. Bach

DATABASES:

  1. Databases Management System H.H. KORTH, NAVATHE
  2. DBMS C.J. Date

COMPUTER NETWORKS:

  1. A. S. TANENBAUM, W.STALLINGS
  2. Forouzen

INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING:

  1. Software Engineering Pressman

GRAPH THEORY:

  1. NARSHIMA DEO

4 comments on “HOW TO PASS UGC NET COMPUTER SCIENCE WITH COMPLETE REFERENCE BOOK LIST

  1. bhagyashri padhyar on said:

    hello

  2. SHUCHI VARSHNEY on said:

    You can share only one book in Current Trends and Technologies.
    please share more
    Thankyou

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