Test Series for CSIR-NET

Test Pattern

1. Chapter wise (CT), there are twenty five questions in each test and time duration is 1:30 Hour. Total number of test is 31.
2. Topic wise (PT), there are 40 questions in each test and time duration is 2:30 Hour. Total number of test is 10.
3. Full length test (FT), there are 75 questions in each test out of 75 questions 55 number of questions have to be attempt and time duration is 03:00 Hour. Total number of test is 5.
4. Student can attempt approximately 1400 number of questions. If students need details solutions then one should pay fees Rs. 1500/-

Test Schedule and Syllabus

 Mathematical Physics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-01 Dimensional analysis, Vector Algebra, Vector Calculus, Linear Algebra, Matrices , Tensor, Group theory Pravegaa Class Notes, Mathematical Methods for Physicists by Arfkin, and Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Kreyszig CT-02 ODE, Special Function, PDE, Green Function Series Random Variable Pravegaa Class Notes, Mathematical Methods for Physicists by Arfkin, and Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Kreyszig CT-03 Fourier Series, Fourier Transform, Laplace Transform, Complex function, Numerical Analysis Pravegaa Class Notes, Mathematical Methods for Physicists by Arfkin, Advanced Engineering Mathematics by Kreyszig and Introductory methods of numerical analysis by S.S. Sastry (For numerical Analysis) PT-01 Syllabus of Mathematical Physics Above mentioned
 Classical Mechanics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-04 Newton’s law dynamical system, Phase curve, Stability analysis, Central force, Collision and Classical Scattering Pravegaa Class Notes, An Introduction to Mechanicsby Daniel Kleppner and  Robert Kolenkow and Classical Mechanics by Goldstein CT-05 Rigid body, Moment of Inertia Tensor, Non- Inertial Frame, STR-Lorentz, Small Oscillation Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Special Relativity by Robert Resnick and Classical Mechanics by Goldstein CT-06 Generalised Coordinate Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formulation, Canonical Transformation, Poisson Bracket , Generating Function , Noether Equation Pravegaa Class Notes  and Classical Mechanics by Goldstein PT-02 Syllabus of Classical Mechanics Above Mentioned
 Electromagnetic Theory Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-07 Electrostatic Force, Gauss Law, Laplace and Poission Equation, Boundaries Value Problem Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J Griffith CT-08 Magnetostate-Biot Savart Law, Amperes Law , EM Induction Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J Griffith CT-09 Dynamics of Charge Particle, Particle in Static and Uniform EM Field Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J Griffith CT-10 Em wave in free space , Dielectric and conductor, Reflection and refraction polarisation,Fresnel law, Interference, Coherence and Diffraction Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J GriffithAnd Problems and Solutions in Electromagnetics CT-11 Dispersion in Plasma, Lorentzin Variance  of Maxwell Equation Transmission Line and Wave Guide, Radiation from Moving ChargeDipoles and  Retarded Potential Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Electrodynamics by David J Griffith PT-03 Syllabus of Electromagnetic Theory Above Mentioned

 Quantum Mechanics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-12 Wave particle duality, Schrödinger equation, (Tools and postulates of quantum mechanics). Wave function in coordinate and momentum representation, commuatators and Heisenberg. Uncertainty principles and Dirac notation Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J Griffith, Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and Applicationsb Nouredine Zettli and Principles of Quantum Mechanicsby Ramamurti Shankar CT-13 Eigen value problems (Particle in box, Harmonic Oscillator, Tunneling through barrier, Dirac delta function) and2D and 3D systems in Cartesian coordinates Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J Griffith, Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and Applicationsb Nouredine Zettli and Principles of Quantum Mechanicsby Ramamurti Shankar CT-14 Motion in central potential, Orbital angular momentum, Angular momentum algebra, Spin , The addition of angular momentum, Hydrogen atom , The stern-gerlach experiment Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J Griffith, Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and ApplicationsNouredine Zettli and Principles of Quantum Mechanicsby Ramamurti Shankar CT-15 Time dependent and independent perturbation, Variation principle, WKB approximation, Fermi golden rule Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J Griffith, Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and ApplicationsNouredine Zettli and Principles of Quantum Mechanicsby Ramamurti Shankar CT-16 Theory of scattering, Pauli-exclusion principle, Identical particles, Relativistic quantum mechanics, Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J Griffith, Quantum Mechanics: Concepts and ApplicationsNouredine Zettli and Principles of Quantum Mechanicsby Ramamurti Shankar PT-04 Syllabus of Quantum Mechanics Above Mentioned

 Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-17 Law of thermodynamics and their consequences, Thermodynamic potential, Maxwell relation, Chemical potential, Pravegaa Class Notes, Statistical Mechanics by R.K Patharia and Paul D. Beale and Thermal Physics by S.C. Garg, R.M. Bansal & C.K. Ghosh CT-18 Phase space, Micro and macro state, Micro canonical,  Canonical , Grand canonical and partition functionFree energy and connection with thermodynamic quantities, Pravegaa Class Notes, Statistical Mechanics by R.K Patharia and Paul D. Beale and Thermal Physics by S.C. Garg, R.M. Bansal & C.K. Ghosh CT-19 Classical and quantum statistics, Ideal bose and Fermi gas, Principle of detailed balance, Black body radiation andPlanck’s distribution Pravegaa Class Notes, Statistical Mechanics by R.K Patharia and Paul D. Beale and Thermal Physics by S.C. Garg, R.M. Bansal & C.K. Ghosh CT-20 First and second order transition, Dia, para and ferro magnetism, Ising model, Bose Einstein condensation, diffusionEquation, Brownian motion and random walk problem, Introduction to non equilibrium process Pravegaa Class Notes, Statistical Mechanics by R.K Patharia and Paul D. Beale and Thermal Physics by S.C. Garg, R.M. Bansal & C.K. Ghosh PT-05 Syllabus of Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics Above Mentioned

 Electronics and Devices Electronics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-21 Network Analyses, Diodes, Zener Diode Pravegaa Class Notes, Elements of Electromagnetics by Matthew N.O Sadiku CT-22 Transistor, BJT, FET Pravegaa Class Notes, Essentials of circuit analysis by Robert Boylestad CT-23 Op-Amp, Inverting , Non-Inverting ,  Integrator, Differentiator,  Basic properties Op-Amp, High pass, Low-pass , Band pass, band reject,Feed-back (Positive and negative), Oscillators. Pravegaa Class Notes, Essentials of circuit analysis by Robert Boylestad CT-24 Digital, Logic gate, K-Maph, Counters, A/D and D/A converters, Multiplexer and De multiplexer, Binary addition and subtraction Pravegaa Class Notes, Essentials of circuit analysis by Robert Boylestad CT-25 Error Analysis Pravegaa Class Notes, Essentials of circuit analysis by Robert Boylestad PT-06 Syllabus of Electronics and Devices Electronics Above Mentioned

 Atomic and Molecular Physics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-26 Quantum state of electron in an atom, Electron spin, The spectrum  of He and Alkaline atoms, Relativistic correctionFor energy level of Hydrogen atom, Hyperfine structure, Isotopic shift, Width of spectrum lines, LS an JJ couplingZeeman, Paschen and Stark effect , ESR and NMR spectrum Pravegaa Class Notes, The Fundamentals of Atomic and Molecular Physics by Robert L Brooks CT-27 Frank Condon Principle, Born Oppenheimer approximation, Electronic, rotational, Vibrational and Raman Spectrum of diatomic molecules, Selection rules and Laser (Spontaneous, stimulated emission and absorption, Einstein coefficient,Optical pumping, Population inversion, Rate equation, Modes of resonator and coherence length) Pravegaa Class Notes, Fundamentals of Molecular Spectroscopy by C.N. Banwell,Laser Fundamentals and Applications  by Ajoy Ghatak PT-07 Syllabus of Atomic and Molecular Physics Above Mentioned

 Condensed Matter Physics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-28 Crystal structure, XRD, reciprocal lattice, Lattice vibration Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to solid state physicsby Charles Kittel and Solid State Physics by N. David Mermin and Neil Ashcroft CT-29 Heat Capacity, Density of states, Free electron theory, Band theory, Tight binding Approximation, Magnetism, Superconductivity Pravegaa Class Notes, Introduction to solid state physics by Charles Kittel and Solid State Physics by N. David Mermin and Neil Ashcroft PT-08 Syllabus of Solid State Physics Above Mentioned

 Nuclear and Particle Physics Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book CT-30 Basics properties of nucleus, Binding energy, Liquid drop model, Shell model, Collective model, Nuclear magnetic moment Pravegaa Class Notes, S.N Ghosal CT-31 Nuclear reaction, Radio activity and particle physics Introduction to Elementary Particles by David J. Griffiths and The Ideas of Particle Physics by G. D. Coughlan PT-09 Syllabus of Nuclear and Particle Physics Above Mentioned

 General Aptitude Name of Test Syllabus Reference Book PT – 10 Plane Figure, Solid Shapes, Number System, Algebra, Average, Boats and Streams, Calendar, Clocks, Coordinate Geometry, Ratio Pravegaa Class Notes

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