Arihant NTA CSIR UGC NET/SET ((JRF & LECTURERSHIP) Mathematical Sciences by Suraj Singh Pawan Sharma, Neha Sharma (Author)
A Great teacher is required to be a great learner with ability to synthesize and integrate knowledge. The Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has entrusted the responsibility of conducting CSIR- UGC NET in CBT Mode to NTA. CSIR – UGC is a national level test conducted twice a year (June & December) to determine the eligibility for Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) and for Lectureship (LS)/ Assistant Professorship’ in Indian Universities and Colleges. UGC CSIR NET/SET (JRF & LS) Mathematical Sciences is a well formulated combination of easy learning techniques and practice problems containing all the necessary tools and techniques which assure your success. 1. The entire syllabus of this revised edition has been divided under 4 Units. 2. Giving a complete Chapterwise theory of syllabus accommodated with all the recent changes. 3. The book also concentrates on both theoretical and practical parts equally. 4. Provides 4 Previous Years’ Solved Papers [2016-2019], designed according to the pattern suggested by the council. 5. Questions provided in the book for practice give an idea of the level examinations that have been conducted 6. Also, helps to track the level of preparation is done by the candidates. Packed with Detailed theory and Latest Pattern MCQs for the page, this book makes a systematic ladder to success in CSIR – UGC NET/SET. TABLE OF CONTENT UNIT – I: Set Theory and Real Number System, Sequences and Series, Limit, Continuity and Differentiability and Mean Value Theorem, Functions of Several Variables, The Riemann Integral and Improper Integral, Uniform Convergence of Sequence & Series of Functions, Functions of Bounded Variation, Lebesgue Measure and Metric Space, Matrices and Vector Space, Linear Transformations, Quadratic Forms & Inner Product Spaces, UNIT – II: Complex Numbers and Analytic Functions, Complex Integration and Calculus of Residues, Conformal Mappings, Combinatorics, Group Theory, Ring Theory, Topology, UNIT – III: Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Calculus of Variations and Linear Integral Equations, Classical Mechanics, UNIT – IV: Descriptive Statistics and Theory of Probability, Statistical Inferences &; Gauss Markov Model, Linear Programming and Queuing Theory, Sample Questions Provided on CSIR website Solved Paper [2016-19].