Complete Course for NTA UGC NET 2022 Paper 1

Batch Schedule

Started on Mar 1





Partial Syllabus

Complete Course for NTA UGC NET 2022 Paper 1

Abhishek Kumar Jha, Ashima Negi and 3 more

In this course, Top Educators will help you prepare and complete the syllabus of Paper 1. The course will include Strategy, Tips & Tricks, Practice Questions and Time Management Techniques for JRF 2022. The course will be covered in Hindi and the notes will be provided in English.

Batch Schedule

Started on Mar 1


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Language of teaching

English, Hindi


Abhishek Kumar Jha
AKJ | NTA UGC NET Expert | Qualified JRF & SRF | Mentor of AIR 1 & AIR 4 | BHU Alumni
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10 courses

Note - More courses will be added to each topic as the batch progresses

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