How to Study for UGC NET & CSIR NET During Lockdown?

How to Study for UGC NET During Lockdown?

There is a clear sense of fear and panic all around the world due to this Covid-19 Pandemic.

The government of India decided to shut down the schools, colleges, coaching centres and all other public gathering places for the safety of every individual.

The aspirants who are preparing for the UGC NET Exam and CSIR NET Exam facing a lot of problems due to this current situation of lockdown. It has become a challenge for them to prepare well by managing all such activities.

But we would like to say that, this is not a good time to become demotivated. Be cheerful and face every situation with courage.

For all the NET Aspirants, here we are proving some at-home activities for learning and preparing for the exam.

So, below you can check all tips –


Don’t break the Momentum for Study – 

With each passing day in this lockdown, students are losing their interest in the study. They are diverting towards other activities.

We would like to suggest you keep on the regular study and keep your study mode on in this lockdown also. Yes, it is important to give time for your passion, hobbies but you are also a student and need to study harder to crack the exam.

The examination date will be extended, so this is an opportunity to utilise these extra days for preparation.


Make a Daily Time-Table

It is easy to be relaxed at home because of no changes in the environment around you. But you can not compromise with your daily study routine. As you are studying at home now. It becomes important to divide your study hours including breaks and exercise.

Make a perfect time-table that can help your for study, revision, and practice.


Use Online Sources for Study – 

If you are facing problems in preparation for NET Exam due to the shutdown of coaching classes, then try to reach online study sources.

There are various websites and apps which are providing online classes, study material, test papers, etc.

With the help of online coaching, you can clear all your doubts and can also get some wonderful preparation strategies.


Practice Through Test Series – 

It is a good time to start practicing what you have studied. Approximately you have got 1-2 months for your exam. We hope that most of the students have already completed their 60% syllabus. So, this is the right time when you should start practicing by attempting UGC NET Mock Test Series.

Attempting these test series will help you to boost up your speed and accuracy of solving the questions in the exam.

If you don’t have any test series to solve, then buy them from the NET Online platforms. For Free Test Series, we would like to suggest you participate in the “Fir Muskurayega India Contest‘. Through this contest, candidates can get Free Mock Test Series, Study Material, and Cash Prizes.


Be Updated 

It is very important for all the UGC/CSIR NET Aspirants to be updated with all current news regarding your exam. There are many aspirants who did this mistake in past and in a result, they lose their chance to appear in this exam.

As the official dates of conducting the exam are yet to be released by NTA. Aspirants must keep an eye on all the latest updates released by the National Testing Agency on their official site.

NTA has already extended the last date of submitting the Application Form. Now it is expected that the exam will be held in September 2020.


So, these are some tips that can help you to prepare for the UGC NET & CSIR NET Exam in this Covid-19 pandemic.

Hope that we will soon overcome the pandemic. Till then be safe, keep sanatizing yourself, help needy people and be motivated and confident.





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