UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Coaching in Gurgaon

The National Eligibility Test (NET) is conducted on behalf of University Grants Commission (UGC) for determining the eligibility of Indian nationals for the Eligibility of Assistant Professorship, Junior Research Fellowship or both, for Indian Universities and Colleges.

The NET exam was introduced in the year of 1989. Widely regarded as one of the hardest exams to clear the winning percentage of the exam is just 6 percent. From December 2018 NTA took charge of conducting the exam.  The exams are conducted twice annually.

Eligibility for UGC NET in Computer Science and Applications: Post-Graduation in Computer Science and Applications, Finance, Economics, Business Services, Accountancy, or any other related subjects.

Your percentage in PG should be more than 55% for the General category & 50% for ST/SC/OBC/PWD/Transgenders.

Scope of UGC NET Computer Science and Applications:

There are candidates who wish to make a career in the field of teaching in Computer Science and Applications along with some research and paid fellowship. Qualifying UGC NET in Computer Science and Applications helps candidates to take advanced studies under qualified guides and may also lead to taking MPhil and Ph.D. The fellowship amount for initial 2 years is Aprx Rs. 30,000 per month.

Assistant Professor:

A majority of UGC NET qualified candidates in Computer Science and Applications  opt for the position of assistant professor in colleges and Universities. In some of the institution having a valid UGC NET Score is mandatory to apply for the post of Computer Science and Applications Faculty.

Junior Research Fellowship:

There are candidates who wish to make a career in the field of research in Computer Science and Applications along with some paid fellowship. Qualifying UGC NET in Computer Science and Applications helps candidates to take advanced studies under qualified guides and may also lead to taking MPhil and Ph.D. The fellowship amount for initial 2 years is aprx Rs. 30,000 per month.

Senior Research Fellowship:

After completing the initial tenure of two years as a junior research fellowship, candidate’s work in the tenure will be assessed and if found satisfactory, there will be an extension of tenure for next three years. Along with the extension of tenure, the candidate will also get raise in the fellowship.

Jobs in PSU:

In the past few years, there is an evaluation in the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and the authorities have started considering UGC NET Result for recruiting candidates on various posts. 

Be a Guide or Support:

Considering the fact that thousands of candidates apply for the UGC NET Computer Science and Applications examination but is not aware of all the aspects of the examinations they miss out on a great opportunity. To assist such candidates, thousands of online and offline assistance options are available, which looks for  qualified candidates to help aspirants with their knowledge and experience.

How to Prepare for UGC NET Computer Science and Applications:

If you are having a Masters’ degree in Computer Science and Applications or related subjects with at least 55 percent marks in last qualifying examination and wish to make a career in teaching or research ASTRAL EDUCATION  is your chance to fulfill your dreams. 

If you are a UGC NET Computer Science and Applications aspirant and preparing for upcoming NTA UGC NET Exam, you should be happy, because you are at the right page. We are ASTRAL EDUCATION (India’s No. 1 & Most Awarded NTA UGC NET Coaching Institute)Our Director Mr. Rakesh Mehta (UGC NET Guroo of around 5 Lakh Aspirants) is awarded by Hon’ble Vice President of India Shri M. Vankaiah Naidu Ji. He has also won various other awards of National & International repute. Under his guidance we as an institute have also won multiple awards for our UGC NET Coaching excellence. 

About Astral Education

ASTRAL EDUCATION™ was established in 2003 to provide coaching for UGC NET / JRF Exam with a vision to provide excellent mentor ship program to UGC NET aspirants by using the vast experience of the subject matter experts.

The institute truly believes in making the coaching: Affordable, Appealing & Appropriate for clearing the exam.

At present we are delivering highest results in Computer Science and Applications. We promise quality education, we deliver best results that’s why we are the most trusted UGC NET JRF Coaching Institute in India.

Till date more than 18,000 students have taken benefit from the mentor ship of Astral Education. We have our Classroom Coaching in Gurgaon.

Founder of  Astral Education

Rakesh Mehta is Founder Director of ASTRAL EDUCATION ® India’s No. 1 and Most Awarded UGC NET Coaching​ Institute. He is a Vice President Awardee as Champions of Change in Education by Current Vice President​ of India Shri M. Vankaiah Naidu Ji for his unmatched contribution in Education. He has also won many other awards of National & International Repute.

He is a mentor and inspiration for Lakhs of UGC NET Aspirants through out India and brought the coaching in everyone’s pocket and reach.

UGC NET Exam Pattern 2021 

UGC NET is an online exam conducted as a Computer-Based Test (CBT). The Computer Science and Applications exam contains two papers that candidates need to complete in a duration of three hours. Both paper-I and -II (Computer Science and Applications) contain objective-type questions and it is mandatory for candidates to attempt questions from both the papers. 

UGC NET PaperNumber of QuestionsTotal Marks
I50 100
II100 200
Total150 300

UGC NET Syllabus 2021 for Paper-1

Regarding paper-I of the exam, the official website of NTA informs, “The questions will be generic in nature, intending to assess the teaching/research aptitude of the candidate. It will primarily be designed to test reasoning ability, comprehension, divergent thinking and general awareness of the candidate.”

UGC NET Paper-1 Syllabus 2021

Below, we have mentioned the syllabus of  UGC NET Paper-1

Unit 1: Teaching Aptitude​

Unit 2: Research Aptitude​

Unit 3: Comprehension​

Unit 4: Communication​

Unit 5: Mathematical Reasoning and Aptitude​

Unit 6: Logical Reasoning​

Unit 7: Data Interpretation​

Unit 8: Information and Communication Technology (ICT)​

Unit 9: People, Development and Environment​

Unit 10: Higher Education System​

UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Syllabus 2021 for Paper 2 

Below, we have mentioned the syllabus of  UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Paper 2

Following are the chapters and topics discussed for Discrete Structures and Optimization. It mostly consists of chapters such as Mathematical Logic, Counting, Mathematical Induction, and Discrete Probability, and so on. We’ve also further dissected the topics involved in each of these chapters so that you understand which ones you can prioritise.

ChapterTopics
Mathematical LogicNested Quantifiers, Normal Forms, Predicates and Quantifiers, Propositional and Predicate Logic, Propositional Equivalences, Rules of Inference
Sets and RelationsEquivalence Relations, Partially Ordering, Representation & Properties of Relations, Set Operations
Counting, Mathematical Induction & Discrete ProbabilityBasics of Counting, Bayes’ Theorem, Inclusion-Exclusion Principle, Mathematical Induction, Permutations and Combinations, Pigeonhole Principle
Group TheoryApplications of Group Theory, Automorphism, Fields, Groups, Homomorphism, Integral Domains, Isomorphism, Product and Quotients of Algebraic Structures, Rings, Semi Groups, Subgroups
Graph TheoryBipartite Graphs, Eulerian Paths and Circuits, Graph Coloring, Hamiltonian Paths and Circuits, Multigraph, Paths and Circuits, Planner Graph, Prefix Codes, Shortest Paths in Weighted Graphs, Simple Graph, Spanning Trees and Cut-Sets, Tree Traversals, Trees and Rooted Trees, Weighted Graph
Boolean AlgebraBoolean Functions and its Representations, Simplifications of Boolean Functions
Optimisation: Linear ProgrammingCost Consideration in Project Scheduling, Critical Path Calculations, Graphical Solution, Integer Programming, Mathematical Model, PERT-CPM: Diagram Representation, Resource Levelling, Sensitive Analysis, Simplex and Dual Simplex Method, Transportation and Assignment Models

Computer System Architecture

Following are the chapters and topics discussed for Computer System Architecture, which consists of chapters ranging from Data Representation, Central Processing Units, and Microprogramming to Multiprocessors and Input-Output Organisation. Although the related topics tend to be dense in nature, they are largely considered some of the most important topics to explore.

ChapterTopics
Digital Logic Circuits and ComponentsBoolean Algebra, Combinational Circuits, Decoders, Digital Computers, Flip-Flops, Integrated Circuits, Logic Gates, Map Simplifications, Memory Unit, Multiplexers, Registers and Counters, Sequential Circuits
Data RepresentationComplements, Computer Arithmetic – Add., Sub., Mult. and Div. Algorithms, Data Types, Error Detection Codes, Fixed Point Representation, Floating Point Representation, Number Systems and Conversion
Register Transfer and MicrooperationsArithmetic, Bus and Memory Transfers, Logic and Shift Micro Operations, Register Transfer Language
Basic Computer Organisation and DesignComputer Instructions, Computer Registers, Input-Output, Interrupt, Memory-Reference Instructions, Stored Program Organisation and Instruction Codes, Timing and Control
Programming the Basic ComputerAssembler, Assembly Language, Input-Output, Machine Language, Programming, Program Loops, Subroutines
Microprogrammed ControlAddress Sequencing, Control Memory, Design of Control Unit, 
Central Processing UnitAddressing Modes, CISC Computer, General Register Organisation, Instruction Formats, RISC Computer, Stack Organisation
Pipeline and Vector ProcessingArithmetic Pipeline, Instruction Pipeline, Parallel Processing, Pipelining, Vector Processing Array Processors
Input-Output OrganisationAsynchronous Data Transfer, DMA, Input-Output Interface, Modes of Transfer, Peripheral Devices, Priority Interrupt, Serial Communication
Memory HierarchyAssociative Memory, Auxiliary Memory, Cache Memory, Main Memory, Memory Management Hardware, Virtual Memory
MultiprocessorsCharacteristics of Multiprocessors, Interconnection Structures, Interprocessor Arbitration, Interprocessor Communication and Synchronization, Cache Coherence, Multicore Processors

Programming Languages and Computer Graphics

Following are the chapters and topics discussed for Computer System Architecture, which consists of chapters ranging from Data Representation, Central Processing Units, and Microprogramming to Multiprocessors and Input-Output Organisation. Although the related topics tend to be dense in nature, they are largely considered some of the most important topics to explore.

ChapterTopics
Language Design and Translation IssuesProgramming Language Concepts, Paradigms and Models, Programming Environments, Virtual Computers and Binding Times, Programming Language Syntax, Stages in Translation, Formal Transition Models
Elementary Data TypesProperties of Types and Objects, Scalar and Composite Data Types
Programming in CTokens, Identifiers, Data Types, Sequence Control, Subprogram Control, Arrays, Structures, Union, String, Pointers, Functions, File Handling, Command Line Arguments, Preprocessors
Object-Oriented ProgrammingClass, Object, Instantiation, Inheritance, Encapsulation, Abstract Class, Polymorphism
Programming in C++Tokens, Identifiers, Variables and Constants, Data Types, Operators, Control statements, Functions Parameter Passing, Virtual Functions, Class and Objects, Constructors and Destructors, Overloading, Inheritance, Templates, Exception and Event Handling, Streams and Files, Multi File Programs
Web ProgrammingHTML, DHTML, XML, Scripting, Java, Servlets, Applets
Computer GraphicsVideo-Display Devices, Raster-Scan and Random-Scan Systems, Graphics Monitors, Input Devices, Points and Lines, Line Drawing Algorithms, Mid-Point Circle and Ellipse Algorithms, Scan-Line Polygon Fill Algorithm, Boundary-Fill and FloodFill
2D Geometrical Transforms and ViewingTranslation, Scaling, Rotation, Reflection and Shear Transformations, Matrix Representations and Homogeneous Coordinates, Composite Transforms, Transformations Between Coordinate Systems, Viewing Pipeline, Viewing Coordinate Reference Frame, Window to View-Port Coordinate Transformation, Viewing Functions, Line and Polygon Clipping Algorithms
3D Object Representations, Geometric Transformations, and ViewingPolygon Surfaces, Quadric Surfaces, Spline Representation, Bezier and B-Spline Curves, Bezier and B-Spline Surfaces, Illumination Models, Polygon Rendering Methods, Viewing Pipeline and Coordinates, General Projection Transforms and Chipping

Database Management Systems

This part talks in-depth about SQL, Database Systems, and Data Modelling for the most part. The variety of topics involved in it can be quite dense and heavy in terms of the content, and maybe even complexity, but given how database management systems are the backbone of any given industry that runs on technology, it’s important to ensure that you have a really good understanding of the topics provided.

ChapterTopics
Database System Concepts and ArchitectureData Models, Schemas, and Instances, Three-Schema Architecture and Data Independence, Database Languages and Interfaces, Centralized and Client/Server Architectures for DBMS
Data ModellingEntity-Relationship Diagram, Relational Model – Constraints, Languages, Design, and Programming, Relational Database Schemas, Update Operations and Dealing with Constraint Violations, Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus, Codd Rules
SQLData Definition and Data Types, Constraints, Queries, Insert, Delete, and Update Statements, Views, Stored Procedures and Functions, Database Triggers, SQL Injection
Normalisation for Relational DatabasesFunctional Dependencies and Normalization, Algorithms for Query Processing and Optimization, Transaction Processing, Concurrency Control Techniques, Database Recovery Techniques, Object and Object-Relational Databases, Database Security and Authorization
Enhanced Data ModelsTemporal Database Concepts, Multimedia Databases, Deductive Databases, XML and Internet Databases, Mobile Databases, Geographic Information Systems, Genome Data Management, Distributed Databases and Client-Server Architectures
Data Warehousing and Data MiningData Modeling for Data Warehouses, Concept Hierarchy, OLAP and OLTP, Association Rules, Classification, Clustering, Regression, Support Vector Machine, K-Nearest Neighbour, Hidden Markov Model, Summarization Dependency Modeling, Link Analysis, Sequencing Analysis, Social Network Analysis
Big Data SystemsBig Data Characteristics, Types of Big Data, Big Data Architecture, Introduction to Map-Reduce and Hadoop, Distributed File System, HDFS
NoSQLNoSQL and Query Optimization, Different NOSQL Products, Querying and Managing NOSQL, Indexing and Ordering Data Sets, NoSQL in Cloud

System Software and Operating Systems

In this table, you may find chapters mostly related to the Operating System of a computer, and how it works from the inside out. Most of the topics covered under them are Assembly Languages, Machine Learning, Systems Design, Deadlock Prevention, Memory Management and so on. Since the essence of a computer lies in its operating systems, it’s important for you to know how they work from the ground up.

ChapterTopics
System SoftwareMachine, Assembly and High-Level Languages, Compilers and Interpreters, Loading, Linking and Relocation, Macros, Debuggers
Basics of Operating SystemsOperating System Structure, Operations and Services, System Calls, Operating-System Design and Implementation, System Boot
Process ManagementProcess Scheduling and Operations, Interprocess Communication, Communication in Client–Server Systems, Process Synchronization, Critical-Section Problem, Peterson’s Solution, Semaphores, Synchronization
ThreadsMulticore Programming, Multithreading Models, Thread Libraries, Implicit Threading, Threading Issues
CPU SchedulingScheduling Criteria and Algorithms, Thread Scheduling, Multiple Processor Scheduling, Real-Time CPU Scheduling
DeadlocksDeadlock Characterization, Methods for Handling Deadlocks, Deadlock Prevention, Avoidance and Detection, Recovery from Deadlock
Memory ManagementContiguous Memory Allocation, Swapping, Paging, Segmentation, Demand Paging, Page Replacement, Allocation of Frames, Thrashing, Memory-Mapped Files
Storage ManagementMass-Storage Structure, Disk Structure, Scheduling and Management, RAID Structure
File and Input/Output SystemsAccess Methods, Directory and Disk Structure, FileSystem Mounting, File Sharing, File-System Structure and Implementation, Directory Implementation, Allocation Methods, Free-Space Management, Efficiency and Performance, Recovery, I/O Hardware, Application I/O Interface, Kernel I/O Subsystem, Transforming I/O Requests to Hardware Operations
SecurityProtection, Access Matrix, Access Control, Revocation of Access Rights, Program Threats, System and Network Threats, Cryptography as a Security Tool, User Authentication, Implementing Security Defenses
Virtual MachinesTypes of Virtual Machines and Implementations, Virtualization
Linux Operating SystemsDesign Principles, Kernel Modules, Process Management, Scheduling, Memory Management, File Systems, Input and Output, Interprocess Communication, Network Structure
Windows Operating SystemDesign Principles, System Components, Terminal Services and Fast User Switching, File System, Networking
Distributed SystemsTypes of Network-based Operating Systems, Network Structure, Communication Structure and Protocols, Robustness, Design Issues, Distributed File Systems

Software Engineering

This is possibly the most important subject matter in almost any Computer Science course; the ‘meat’ of the course, so to speak. A large number of chapters dig into Software Design, Requirements, Testing, and Management. The topics under them are rather theoretical in nature, so you’d expect a good amount of content present for each and every chapter.

ChapterTopics
Software Process ModelsSoftware Process, Generic Process Model – Framework Activity, Task Set and Process Patterns, Process Lifecycle, Prescriptive Process Models, Project Management, Component-Based Development, Aspect-Oriented Software Development, Formal Methods, Agile Process Models – Extreme Programming (XP), Adaptive Software Development, Scrum, Dynamic System Development Model, Feature Driven Development, Crystal, Web Engineering
Software RequirementsFunctional and Non-Functional Requirements, Eliciting Requirements, Developing Use Cases, Requirement Analysis and Modelling, Requirements Review, Software Requirement and Specification (SRS) Document
Software DesignAbstraction, Architecture, Patterns, Separation of Concerns, Modularity, Information Hiding, Functional Independence, Cohesion and Coupling, Object-Oriented Design, Data Design, Architectural Design, User Interface Design, Component Level Design
Software QualityMcCall’s Quality Factors, ISO 9126 Quality Factors, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Risk Management, Risk Mitigation, Monitoring and Management (RMMM), Software Reliability
Estimation and Scheduling of Software ProjectsSoftware Sizing, LOC and FP based Estimations Estimating Cost and Effort, Estimation Models, Constructive Cost Model (COCOMO), Project Scheduling and Staffing, Time-line Charts
Software TestingVerification and Validation, Error, Fault, Bug and Failure, Unit and Integration Testing, White-box and Black-box Testing, Basis Path Testing, Control Structure Testing, Deriving Test Cases, Alpha and Beta Testing, Regression Testing, Performance Testing, Stress Testing
Software Configuration ManagementChange Control and Version Control, Software Reuse, Software Re-engineering, Reverse Engineering

Data Structures and Algorithms

Data structures and algorithms are the backbones of the best practices in software engineering. Without them, you won’t know for sure what the best approach is for a particular problem. This is why the subject matter involves a few important chapters such as Design Techniques, Data Structures, Complexity Theory, and so on. The topics under them are just as important. Compared to other subject matters, this one isn’t that heavy with content, however, it might test your problem-solving skills a lot.

ChapterTopics
Data StructuresArrays and their Applications, Sparse Matrix, Stacks, Queues, Priority Queues, Linked Lists, Trees, Forest, Binary Tree, Threaded Binary Tree, Binary Search Tree, AVL Tree, B Tree, B+ Tree, B* Tree, Data Structure for Sets, Graphs, Sorting and Searching Algorithms, Hashing
Performance Analysis of Algorithms and RecurrencesTime and Space Complexities, Asymptotic Notation, Recurrence Relations
Design TechniquesDivide and Conquer, Dynamic Programming, Greedy Algorithms, Backtracking, Branch and Bound
Lower Bound TheoryComparison Trees, Lower Bounds through Reductions
Graph AlgorithmsBreadth-First Search, Depth-First Search, Shortest Paths, Maximum Flow, Minimum Spanning Trees
Complexity TheoryP and NP Class Problems, NP-completeness and Reducibility
Selected TopicsNumber Theoretic Algorithms, Polynomial Arithmetic, Fast Fourier Transform, String Matching Algorithms
Advanced AlgorithmsParallel Algorithms for Sorting, Searching and Merging, Approximation Algorithms, Randomized Algorithms

Theory of Computation and Compilers

This is by far the most theory-heavy subject matter so far, and it’s in the name itself! The majority of the subject matter involves studying how compilers work, with chapters such as Theory of Computation, Turing Machines, Syntax and Semantics Analysis, and many more playing towards that goal.

ChapterTopics
Theory of ComputationFormal Language, Non-Computational Problems, Diagonal Argument, Russell’s Paradox
Regular Language ModelsDeterministic Finite Automaton (DFA), Non-Deterministic Finite Automaton (NDFA), Equivalence of DFA and NDFA, Regular Languages, Regular Grammars, Regular Expressions, Properties of Regular Language, Pumping Lemma, NonRegular Languages, Lexical Analysis
Context-Free LanguagePushdown Automaton (PDA), Non-Deterministic Pushdown, Automaton (NPDA), Context-Free Grammar, Chomsky Normal Form, Greibach Normal Form, Ambiguity, Parse Tree Representation of Derivation Trees, Equivalence of PDA and Context-Free Grammars, Properties of Context-Free Language
Turing MachinesStandard Turing Machine and its Variations, Universal Turing Machines, Models of Computation and Church-Turing Thesis, Recursive and Recursively Enumerable Languages, Context-Sensitive Languages, Unrestricted Grammars, Chomsky Hierarchy of Languages, Construction of TM for Simple Problems
Unsolvable Problems and Computational ComplexityUnsolvable Problem, Halting Problem, Post Correspondence Problem, Unsolvable Problems for Context-Free Languages, Measuring and Classifying Complexity, Tractable and Intractable Problems
Syntax AnalysisAssociativity, Precedence, Grammar Transformations, Top-Down Parsing, Recursive Descent Predictive Parsing, LL(1) Parsing, Bottom-up Parsing, LR Parser, LALR(1) Parser
Semantic AnalysisAttribute Grammar, Syntax Directed Definitions, Inherited and Synthesized Attributes, Dependency Graph, Evaluation Order, S-attributed and L-attributed Definitions, Type-Checking
Run-Time SystemStorage Organization, Activation Tree, Activation Record, Stack Allocation of Activation Records, Parameter Passing Mechanisms, Symbol Table
Intermediate Code GenerationIntermediate Representations, Translation of Declarations, Assignments, Control Flow, Boolean Expressions and Procedure Calls
Code Generation and Code OptimisationControl-flow, Data-flow Analysis, Local Optimization, Global Optimization, Loop Optimization, Peep-Hole Optimization, Instruction Scheduling

Data Communication and Computer Networks

Since computers are used for a variety of purposes, including social ones, it’s quite important for a software engineer aspirant to know what it takes for one system to communicate with another. Hence, Data Communication, World Wide Web, and Network Models tend to be the chapters that shine here. The topics included aren’t as complex as they appear, however, the chapter talks about networking in general, which is crucial if you want to earn a spot in companies that specialise in software networking.

ChapterTopics
Data CommunicationComponents of a Data Communication System, Simplex, half-duplex and Duplex Modes of Communication, Analog and Digital Signals, Noiseless and Noisy Channels, Bandwidth, Throughput and Latency, Digital and Analog Transmission, Data Encoding and Modulation Techniques, Broadband and Baseband Transmission, Multiplexing, Transmission Media, Transmission Errors, Error Handling Mechanisms
Computer NetworksNetwork Topologies, Local Area Networks, Metropolitan Area Networks, Wide Area Network, Wireless Networks, Internet
Network ModelsLayered Architecture, OSI Reference Model and its Protocols, TCP/IP Protocol Suite, Physical, Logical, Port and Specific Addresses, Switching Techniques
Functions of OSI and TCP/IP LayersFraming, Error Detection and Correction, Flow and Error Control, Sliding Window Protocol, HDLC, Multiple Access – CSMA/CD, CSMA/CA, Reservation, Polling, Token Passing, FDMA, CDMA, TDMA, Network Devices, Backbone Networks, Virtual LANs. IPv4 Structure and Address Space, Classful and Classless Addressing, Datagram, Fragmentation and Checksum, IPv6 Packet Format, Mapping Logical to Physical Address (ARP), Direct and Indirect Network Layer Delivery, Routing Algorithms, TCP, UDP and SCTP Protocols, Flow Control, Error Control and Congestion Control in TCP and SCTP
World Wide WebUniform Resource Locator (URL), Domain Name Service (DNS), Resolution – Mapping Names to Addresses and Addresses to Names, Electronic Mail Architecture, SMTP, POP and IMAP, TELNET and FTP
Network SecurityMalware, Cryptography and Steganography, Secret-Key Algorithms, Public-Key Algorithms, Digital Signature, Virtual Private Networks, Firewalls
Mobile TechnologyGSM and CDMA, Services and Architecture of GSM and Mobile Computing, Middleware and Gateway for Mobile Computing, Mobile IP and Mobile Communication Protocol, Communication Satellites, Wireless Networks and Topologies, Cellular Topology, Mobile Adhoc Networks, Wireless Transmission and Wireless LANs, Wireless Geolocation Systems, GPRS and SMS
Cloud Computing and IoTSaaS, PaaS, IaaS, Public and Private Cloud, Virtualization, Virtual Server, Cloud Storage, Database Storage, Resource Management, Service Level Agreement, Basics of IoT

Artificial Intelligence

A growing trend in today’s world, Artificial Intelligence is said to be the next big step in technological advancements made by humans. Aspirants will mostly learn about Approaches to AI, Natural Language Processing, Neural Networks, and so on. Most of the topics covered merely brush through some intermediate concepts on AI. This is because since the subject matter itself can have branches, any advanced study is entirely dependent on what approach the aspirant wants to take with it in the future.

ChapterTopics
Approaches to AITuring Test and Rational Agent Approaches, State Space Representation of Problems, Heuristic Search Techniques, Game Playing, Min-Max Search, Alpha Beta Cutoff Procedures
Knowledge RepresentationLogic, Semantic Networks, Frames, Rules, Scripts, Conceptual Dependency and Ontologies, Expert Systems, Handling Uncertainty in Knowledge
PlanningComponents of a Planning System, Linear and Non-Linear Planning, Goal Stack Planning, Hierarchical Planning, STRIPS, Partial Order Planning
Natural Language ProcessingGrammar and Language, Parsing Techniques, Semantic Analysis and Pragmatics
Multi-Agent ProcessingAgents and Objects, Agents and Expert Systems, Generic Structure of Multiagent System, Semantic Web, Agent Communication, Knowledge Sharing using Ontologies, Agent Development Tools
Fuzzy SetsNotion of Fuzziness, Membership Functions, Fuzzification and Defuzzification, Operations on Fuzzy Sets, Fuzzy Functions and Linguistic Variables, Fuzzy Relations, Fuzzy Rules and Fuzzy Inference, Fuzzy Control System and Fuzzy Rule-Based Systems
Genetic AlgorithmsEncoding Strategies, Genetic Operators, Fitness Functions and GA Cycle, Problem Solving using GA
Artificial Neural NetworksSupervised, Unsupervised and Reinforcement Learning, Single Perceptron, Multi-Layer Perceptron, Self Organizing Maps, Hopfield Network

for aspirants like you who are serious and dedicated for their UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Preparation, ASTRAL EDUCATION has various courses to help you:

 Classroom Coaching for UGC NET Computer Science and Applications (Gurgaon Campus)

Astral Education is no. 1 UGC NET Coaching Institute in India.

We offer face to Face classes for UGC NET COMPUTER SCIENCE AND APPLICATIONS (Paper-1,2)  in Gurgaon with the mentorship of multiple time NET/JRF qualified faculties.   

We are delivering highest results in Computer Science and Applications.

Dedicated mentors for every student to solve their doubts

Along with classes, students will get complete Printed Study Material, Mobile App and Online Test Series.

We have Students in our classroom from different part of Gurgaon like  Sohna Road, Sector-14, Sector-46, Sikandarpur, DLF City Phase-1, Arjun Nagar, Sector-47, Kanhai, Jyoti Park and many other localities of Gurgaon. 

Live Online Classes for UGC NET Computer Science and Applications

At ASTRAL EDUCATION, we have a unique option to attend the LIVE Computer Science and Applications Class from your Home/ Office telecasted directly from our Gurgaon campus.

We have live interactive classes for UGC NET Computer Science and Applications with dedicated mentors to solve their doubts.

Morning/ Evening batches are available to provide UGC NET Computer Science and Applications classes for homemakers as well as Working professionals.

Along with Live Classes in Computer Science and Applications, students will get complete Printed Study Material, Mobile App and Online Test Series.

Along with students from Delhi NCR we have students from different parts of India like, Mumbai, Pune, Gwalior, Kolkatta, Banglore, Chandigarh, Varanasi, Chenaai and many more. 

UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Video Classes

Our highest selling course is  Video Coaching. We have recorded classes by the same NET/JRF qualified mentors who are taking classes in our classroom coaching in Gurgaon. It gives freedom to attend class anytime anywhere with unlimited views. 

UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Video Course is accessible 24*7 to our students. 

This course is highly demanded by those students who have other commitments and are not able to attend Face to Face Coaching or Live Coaching. 

Along with Recorded Classes, students will get complete Printed Study Material, Mobile App and Online Test Series for UGC NET Computer Science and Applications.

UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Printed Study Material

We offer Correspondence Courses for Computer Science and Applications and send the Study Material directly to your Home via Courier / Indian Speed Post so you can study for your exam from your home itself.

Study Material course is useful for those students who are having a habit of reading and not comfortable with Phone/ Laptop. 

Study material is a set of printed booklets including Unit wise theories, unit wise MCQs and Previous Year Papers with Explanations.

Content curated by Team of Experts

UGC NET Computer Science and Applications Printed Question Bank Course 

Those students, who are already gone through with the content of exam or have already given multiple attempts but could not clear it, can order our Computer Science and Applications Question Bank course. In this course you get thousand of questions for practice.

Computer Science and Applications Question Bank will include Multiple Booklets with thousands of questions having  Practice Exercises, Previous Year Papers, Model Papers, Practice Sets etc.

UGC NET Computer Science and Applications M-Book PDFs 

Mobile Book PDFs in a Mobile App popularly known as MBP or M-Books is a very popular course among Computer Science and Applications UGC NET Aspirants, because in this you get complete study material for Computer Science and Applications as Viewable PDFs in Mobile Friendly Format.

This course is useful for those students who need all content handy.

Benefits of M Books:

Multiple PDFs in proper folder structure for better preparation & Ease of carrying

Instant Activation

Get access on your Mobile (Android / iOS)

Study Anytime Anywhere 24 x 7

Your Books always in your pocket be it Office or Home or while Travelling

Validity Option of 1 exam or 2 exams to be chosen

UGC NET Computer Science and Applications NTA Replica Online Test Series (OTS)

ASTRAL EDUCATION is India’s First & only Institute which provides its students with access to exact replica of NTA UGC NET Exam portal for practicing tests, so students are already well versed with the UI (User Interface) of the exam. Once they appear in the exam they are very confident and get much better results. You will be provided with Login Link, Login ID & Password to attempt the tests. All tests can be attempted maximum 3 Times. It reduces student’s exam phobia and help them to manage their time in examination hall.