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CBSE UGC NET 2017 Economics deals with production, consumption, and transfer of currency. This section is one of the most sought after sections in CBSE UGC NET. Economics in UGC NET Exam consists of 3 papers. Paper 1 consists of General teaching and research aptitude whereas Paper 2 and paper 3 is on economics. The CBSE UGC NET 2017 will be conducted in July. Since the exam is only a few months away, candidates are advised to go through full syllabus and prepare accordingly.
Paper I of UGC will consist of 60 question, candidates will be required to answer only 50 questions. Paper II will have 50 objective type questions (Multiple choice, matching type, true/false, reasoning type) each carrying 2 marks. Paper III is divided into two parts – part A and Part B. Paper III(A) will have 10 short essay type question (300 words) carrying 16 marks each (total 160 marks). Each question will have one internal choice from each unit (i.e. 10 question from 1 units.) Paper III(B) will have one essay type question (800 words) carrying 40 marks. It will be set from unit 1 to unit 10.
NET (National Eligibility Test) 2017 is a national level examination conducted by CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education) on behalf of UGC (University Grants Commission). CBSE UGC NET 2017 qualifies candidates for the role of Assistant Professor and for Junior Research Fellowships (JRF) for different subjects in Indian Universities and Colleges. CBSE UGC NET 2017 is conducted twice a year in January and July. The first exam was held on 22nd January 2017.
|Paper||Total Marks||Number of Questions|
|Paper I||100||60 (only 50 are required to be answered)|
|Paper III||Part A - 160 Part B – 40||16 1|
Economics syllabus for CBSE UGC NET 2017 is vast and cannot be prepared in a day. Syllabus of economics comprises of micro, macro, Indian economy, public finance among others. Candidates need to understand that only books cannot help them , they need to study current affairs regarding economy too. The syllabus of CBSE UGC NET 2017 Economics is mentioned below:
Economics paper I
For economics paper II and Paper III,check out the full syllabus here.
CBSE UGC NET 2017 Economics will be conducted in July. It is only a few months away, candidates may not have much time to prepare for the exam. But there are few tricks and tips that can help candidates to score higher. Every examination has particular topics which have more weight than any other topics. When only few months are left, Candidates should emphasize more on them. Given below is a list of some important selected topics for UGC NET 2017 Economics subject which will help candidates in covering syllabus of UGC NET Paper II and Paper III.
Important Topics for Economics Paper II
Try to align yourself with these important topics to get a hold over UGC NET Economics Subject Paper II.
Important Topics for Economics Paper III
Books for reference
For any subject related study, resourceful study material is extremely important. Half of your preparation is dependent on relevant books which cover the entire syllabus in an optimal manner. Here is a list of such study material for UGC NET Economics Subject:
|Macroeconomics||H L Ahuja|
|Modern Microeconomics||Koutsoyiannis A H. L. Ahuja|
|Modern Microeconomics||Kalyanjit Roy Choudhury|
|Monetary Economics||S B Gupta.|
|International Economics||M. L. Jhingan.|
|Dictionary of Economics||Ghaham Bannock; T.E. Baxter, Ray Rees|
|Economics||Paul A. Samuelson|
|An Introduction to Economics||A.W. Stonier and D.C. Hauge.|
|Monetary Theory and Public Policy||Kenneth Kurihara|
|Outline of Monetary Economics||A.C.I. Day|
|Public Finance||H.L. Bhatia|
|Modern Banking||R.S. Sayers|
|Macro Economic Analysis||Edward Shepiro|
|Money Supply in India: Concepts, Compilation and Analysis: Functions and Working Reserve Bank of India|
|Economic Growth and Development||Mayer and Baldwin|
|Public Finance||K.K. Andley and Sundharam|
|National Income Accounting||Bakerman|
|International Trade||– Bo Soderston|
|Statistical Methods||S P Gupta|
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