UGC NTA NET exam is a national level exam for Lectureship and Junior Research Fellowship. This is applicable for more than 90 subjects. We intend to provide low cost online coaching classes for Computer Science and Applications.

Introduction to NTA NET and Coaching Classes

This exam comprises of two papers viz: Paper 1 and Paper II. Paper 1 contains 50 questions (1 hour) which is General Paper and is based on Teaching and Research Aptitude. Paper II comprises of 100 questions (2 hours) which is technical paper. We will try to cover all subjects and all the topics which can be asked in UGC NTA NET Computer Science and Applications exam.

Existing Online Coaching Classes Survey

There are many existing online coaching classes which are available on Youtube and Unacademy. Also, many private tutors and students are providing their notes. There are hundreds of coaching institutes which provide coaching offline. However, it has been observed that

  • None of the existing coaching have complete information about the subject
  • Many important topics are missing in existing coaching classes and online coaching/ study material
  • Coaching classes never provide complete study material in postal course/ any of the book/ over online sources. This reduces their efforts and thus students.
  • Many other flaws with respect to the structure of study material and coaching has been observed
  • No book/ study material is complete in itself

Our Objectives for Coaching Classes

  • To provide complete and concise study material with proper structure and user-friendly environment
  • Structured discussion forums and proper evaluation
  • Low cost but complete study material

Adaptive Time Table for Coaching Classes

1.          Discrete Structures    
1.1.          Computability  
1.2.          Graph   
1.3.          Groups   
2.          Computer Arithmetic   
2.1.          Logic Families  
2.2.          Representation of Integers   
3.          Programming in C and C++   
3.1.          Programming in C   
3.2.          O – O Programming Concepts   
3.3.          C++ Programming   
4.          Relational Database Design and SQL    
4.1.          SQL   
5.          Data and File structures    
5.1.          File Structures   
6.          Computer Networks  
6.1.          Network Fundamentals   
6.2.          Reference Models   
6.3.          Data Communication    
6.4.          Internetworking   
6.5.          Routing   
6.6.          Network Security   
7.          System Software and Compilers    
7.1.          Assemblers   
7.2.          Linking and Loading   
7.3.          Text Editors and Debuggers   
7.4.          Compilers and Lexical Analysis  
7.5.          Parsing   
8.          Operating Systems (with Case Study of UNIX)  
8.1.          Memory Management   
8.2.          Concurrent Processing   
8.3.          Scheduling  
8.4.          UNIX    
9.          Software Engineering  
9.1.          System Development Life Cycle (SDLC)  
9.2.          Software Metrics   
9.3.          Software Design    
9.4.          Coding and Testing   
10.       Current Trends and Technologies    
10.1.        Parallel Computing   
10.2.        Mobile Computing   
10.3.        E – Technologies   
10.4.        Windows Programming   
10.5.        Simple Applications (in windows)  
10.6.        Advanced Windows Programming   
11.       Unit – I: Microprocessors    
11.1.        Hardwired and Micro-programmed Control Unit   
11.2.        Microprocessor   
12.       Unit – II: Database Management System  1 January 2019 Onwards
13.       Unit – III: Computer Graphics    
14.       Unit – IV: Programming and Automata    
14.1.        Programming Language Concepts  
14.2.        Data-Types   
3314.3.   Control Structures, Functions and Parameter Passing   
14.4.        Inheritance and Polymorphism    
14.5.        Logical Variable and Prolog   
14.6.        Parallel Programs   
14.7.        Semantics   
14.8.        Compiler   
14.9.        Automata and Compilers   
14.10.     Parsing and Code
Generation   29
15.       Unit – V: Transmission Media and Networking Protocols    
15.1.        Transmission Media    
15.2.        Network Topologies and Protocols   
16.       Unit – VI: Data Structure and Algorithm     
16.1.        Data Structures: List, Queues, Trees and Graphs   
16.2.        Advanced Data Algorithms  
17.       Unit – VII: Object Oriented Languages and Scripting Languages   
17.1.        Object Oriented Languages   
17.2.        Scripting Languages   
18.       Unit – VIII: Software Development Life Cycle  
19.       Unit – IX: Operating Systems (Windows NT)  
20.       Unit – X: Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making     
20.1.        Basics of Artificial Intelligence   
20.2.        Prepositional and Predicate Logic  
20.3.        State Space Model  
20.4.        Scripts and Prolog Programming   
20.5.        Expert System   
20.6.        Parsing Ambiguous Context Free Grammar   
20.7.        Management Information System   
20.8.        Decision Support Systems   
21.       Elective – I: Automata  
21.1.        Theory of Computation    
21.2.        Context free Grammars  
21.3.        Linear Bounded Automata (LBA)  
21.4.        Turing Machine (TM)  
21.5.        Chomsky Hierarchy of languages   
22.       Elective – II: Information Theory  
22.1.        Models for Information Channel  
22.2.        Variable Length Codes   
22.3.        Error Correcting and Detecting Codes   
22.4.        Image Processing  
22.5.        Data Compression Techniques   
23.       Elective – III: Linear and Non-Linear Programming    
23.1.        Assignment and Transportation Problems   
23.2.        Shortest Path Problems  
23.3.        Network Flow Problem    
23.4.        Matroids   
23.5.        Non-linear Programming   
24.       Elective – IV: Neural Networks and Fuzzy Systems    
24.1.        Neural Networks  
24.2.        Fuzzy Systems  
25.       Elective – V: UNIX and Windows  
25.1.        UNIX   
25.2.    Windows  

With this, we begin with coaching. We hope these courses will prove to be life changing opportunity for NET aspirants for Computer Science and Application

For NTA NET Computer Science and Applications, refer to

How to Enroll in Coaching Classes

Step 1: Register Here and Login into your profile

Step 2: Register by clicking on Enroll link against every course. Once approved, you will get email on your Email ID within 24 hours. You will be asked to deposit the course fee within 24 hours. Thereafter, you will be provided access to the course within 24 hours.

Note: Please note than the fee deposit should be online through following means

  • Paytm Link
  • Online Banking/ NEFT

and payment should made only after you get email from our email id.
For more details, you may connect with us at

Reasons for low Fee:

  • Less burden on students/ aspirants
  • Our Target: Maximum Students shall be benefited with this initiative

Reasons to keep Fee Structure:

  • We intend to seek attention of only serious candidates
  • Time and Efforts taken to build correct, concise and competitive exam specific study material.
  • Writing complete information in easy words and explaining concepts using the best available information.

Reasons of Time Limit:

  • It has been observed that without time-limit, students get lazy
  • Targeting balanced traffic during given time interval

Terms and Conditions:

  • Your course will be successful only if you pass it by atleast 60%
  • In case of any act of misconduct which includes sharing of access, copying content and sharing content, you will be permanently banned from all the courses and in future, no access will be given.
  • In any case, the course free shall not be refunded
  • The duration of the course will be uniform for all the participants. No special request to extend the deadline shall be entertained.

Share this...
Share on Facebook
Tweet about this on Twitter