Examrace NET Paper 1-2021-2022 Online Video Lecture Course: 50 Hrs. Recorded Lectures with Live Doubt Resolution Sessions by Dr. Manishika Jain, Online-Tests, & Questions-Infinite Validity & Unlimited Views

Join the course to get access to all the recorded lectures. Live session for doubt resolution and contemporary topics to be conducted throughout the year. Links to these sessions would be sent to your registered email. You can ask all your doubts using email or WhatsApp.

Dr. Manishika Jain would cover new 2019 topics of Indian & Western logic. Indian Logic: Means of knowledge, Pramanas (Pratyaksha, Anumana, Upamana, Sabda, Arthapatti, and Anupalabdhi) , structure, and kinds of Anumana, Vyapti, and Hetwabhasa. Western Logic: Propositional and Predicate Calculus, Logic Gates, Fallacies.

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Upcoming Live Sessions

4 September 2021New in Environment (Green India, Nirmal Tat, Green Mission, NATCC, ENVIS etc.) (Link Would be Sent to Registered Students)

Special Offer

  • Includes several online mock test based on new NTA pattern on our state of art testing platform. 5 of these tests must be completed within the duration of the program.
  • Includes subscription for Doorsteptutor Question Bank. Students can use this resource to practice questions.

What՚s Included (Features)

  • The classes have infinite validity- you will retain access as long as you need it. View the lectures as many times as you want whenever you want.
  • More than 50 hours of instruction- all recorded lectures available only to registered students.
  • Watch the videos at your own convenience- anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
  • Solutions to online tests have been discussed in class.
  • Covers complete syllabus for NET paper 1.
  • Special emphasis on most important and expected topics for 2021-2022 NET Exam.


  • Register/subscribe above by making the payment.
  • Once the payment is complete, you will receive an enrollment number for the course.
  • You would get access to online tests and you will be added to a mailing list for the course. You can send all the doubts on the same email thread, which would be collected and discussed in doubt resolution classes.
  • Lectures would be available on Google Drive and can be viewed from there. Lectures can also be viewed using links below after registering and logging in.
  • Tests are to be attempted by the students on their own on the day indicated in schedule below. Note that solutions to tests are discussed in the class, so it՚s important you attempt the tests before watching the solution.
  • ‘Homefun’ is provided for each class, which students are expected to complete before viewing next class. You can access the homework from links below.

Instructions for Class

Recorded Lectures

All the recorded lectures would be sent to your email within a few hours of registration. You can watch these lectures after you sign in.

Lecture Updates and Doubt Resolution

Links to live doubt resolution session would be sent over email. Lectures are updated from time to time and you will receive those updates over email as well.

Lecture-Wise Details and Links

CBSE UGC Net Online Crash Course Class Schedule- 2021-2022

Video Link

Topics Covered


Lecture 1• Square of Opposition

• Analytical Ability

• Blood Relations

• Directions

• Definitions

• Teaching Methods and Strategy

Lecture 2• Teaching Aptitude

• Test – Reliability, Validity

• Demonstration, Curriculum, Syllabus

• Reading

• CBCS (2019)

• Oriental Programs

Lecture 3• Ancient Programs and Universities (2019)

• Conventional & Non-Conventional Programs (2019)

• Value & Environmental Education (2019)

Lecture 4• Environmental Education (2019)

• Data Interpretation and Data Sufficiency

• Arguments – Deductive/Inductive

• Learning

Students to write their 1st mock test
Lecture 5• Psychological Concepts in Teaching – Motivation, Intelligence, Psychosocial Development, Defense Mechanisms

• Mock Test 1 Discussion

Lecture 6• Research Aptitude

• Grammar Comprehension

Lecture 7• Introduction to Computers

• Computer Applications

• Communication

Lecture 8• Communication

• Means of Communication

• Environmental Geography

Students to write their 2nd mock test
Lecture 9• Mock Test 2 Discussion

• Basic Geography

Lecture 10• Online vs. Offline Learning, SWAYAM, SWAYAM Prabha (2019)

• Data & Governance (2019)

• Computer Based Testing (2019)

Lecture 11• Arithmetic Number Series

• Pollution – Land, Water, Air

Lecture 12• Pollution – Noise, Pollutants, Management

• Natural Hazards – Earthquake, Volcano, Tsunamis

• Comprehension and Problem Solving – Unitary Method, Train Problems, Calendar, Clock

Students to write their 3rd mock test
Lecture 13• Mock Test 3 Discussion

• Boat Problems, Algebra & Finance

Lecture 14• Simple Interest, Compound Interest, Profit, Loss, Income, Expenditure

• Positivism, Post-Positivism & Interpretivism (2019)

• Indian Logic

Lecture 15• Deductive, Inductive, Nomothetic, Idiographic, Research Paradigms and Philosophies (2019)

• Indian Logic: Pramanas (Anumana, Upamana, Sabda, Arthapatti, Anupalabdhi) ; Prama & aprama Knowledge (2019)

• Playing with Words and Alphabets

Lecture 16• Environmental Hazards – Soil Erosion, Greenhouse effect, Ozone Depletion, Global Warming

• Indian Logic (Basics, Pramanas and Structure - Pratyaksha) (2019)

• Abstract and Spatial Reasoning

Students to write their 4th mock test
Lecture 17• Indian Logic (Basics, Pramanas and Structure- Anumana) (2019)

• Mock Test 4 Discussion

• Higher Education System

Lecture 18• Higher Education System

• Understanding Polity – Constitution and Fundamental Rights

• Analogy and Logical Reasoning

Lecture 19• Understanding Polity – Central & State Legislature, Executive and Judiciary

• Indian Logic: Upamana, Sabda, Anupalabdhi, Arthapatti (2019)

Students to write their 5th mock test
Lecture 20• Mock Test 5 Discussion

• Indian Logic: Hetwabhasa, Western Logic – Fallacies (2019)

• Binary/Hexadecimal/Octal to Decimal; Grounded Theory, Syllogism - Converse, Inverse, Contrapositive

Doubt Resolution Session - 1 (2020)Confusing Questions from Past Papers & Doorsteptutor Question BankStudents to write their 6th mock test
Doubt Resolution Session - 2 (2020)
  • Confusing Questions from Past Papers & Doorsteptutor Question Bank
  • Pararthanumana
  • Types of Anumana – Kevalanvayi, Kevalavyatireki, Anvayavyatireki
Students to write their 7th mock test
Doubt Resolution Session - 3 (2020)
  • Confusing Questions from Past Papers & Doorsteptutor Question Bank
  • Lurking & Confounding Variables
  • SJR & SNP – Scopus Journal Analyzer
Students to write their 8th mock test
Doubt Resolution Session 1 (2021)Doubt Resolution and Expected Questions Based on 2020 PapersStudents to write their 9th mock test
Doubt Resolution & Additional Topics Covered based on 2020 Papers
  • Doubt Resolution Questions
  • Reflexivity, Symmetricity, Equivalence
  • Inference – Immediate Inference
  • Greenhouse Gases and Lifespan
  • Sick Building Syndrome
  • Solar Cells
  • ShaGun, Prarambhik Shiksha Kosh,
  • MUSK, ARPIT, LEAP, Shodh Suddhi URKUND
Additional Topics Covered based on 2020 Papers
  • Women in Vedic Period – Apala, Gargi
  • Vedas and Parts of Vedas – Samhita, Brahmanas, Aranyakas, Upanishads
  • Kalpa, Nirukta, Jyotisa, Chandas, Shiksha, Vyakarana
  • Questions – Factual, Convergent, Divergent, Evaluative, Combination
  • NSQF & Curriculum, CABE, NSDA, NAAC, DEC, AICTE
  • University Vice-Chancellor
Students to write their 10th mock test
Additional Topics Covered based on 2020 Papers
  • Theories of Knowledge – Socrates, Plato, Leibniz, Descartes, Bacon, Locke
  • Cloud Computing – Types of Cloud & Cloud Services
  • Digital Initiatives – NAD, SWAYAM, NDL
  • Categories of learning, Gagne՚s Learning Hierarchy and 9 Instructional Events
Expected Topics Covered based on 2021 Papers
  • National Digital Education Architecture (NDEAR)
  • SAFAL (Structured Assessment for Analyzing Learning)
  • Vidhya Pravesh
  • Shiksha Vani by CBSE
  • Academic Bank of Credit (ABC)
  • NETF
  • National Education Policy 2020
  • IPCC Sixth Assessment
  • Cloudburst
  • Purple Revolution


  • Take notes in the class and/or follow the Examrace NET Paper 1 Postal Course/online study material. New updates are continually added to the course.
  • Practice questions during lecture (do not just sit and listen) .
  • Homework is provided with each lecture; students are expected to regularly complete it.
  • For each hour of lecture – two to three hours of self-study is recommended.
  • Time distribution between paper 1 and paper 2 should be 1: 2.
  • Read the topics prior to lecture so that you can use the lecture time to take notes.

Required Material

One of the following (to be purchased separately) :

No handouts will be provided. Students are strongly encouraged to mark important points in the book or on online platform based on lecture. Students must practice all the questions from the book/online question bank (Doorsteptutor Question Bank) when corresponding topic is done.


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