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Crash Course for CSIR-NET JUNE 2021

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Taught By
Dr. Ekta Agarwal
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+8 Years in Teaching students of NET/JRF Physical Sciences
Professional Experience
Electrodynamic Theory, Classical Physics, Mathematical Physics
Courses Taught
3
Ratings
4.7/5
Total Students
21

Class Lectures

    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 1 Unlimited
    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 2 Unlimited
    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 3 Unlimited
    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 4 Unlimited
    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 5 Unlimited
    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 6 Unlimited
    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 7 Unlimited
    • Electrodynamics- Vector Analysis- Question Hour Session – Lecture 8 Unlimited
    • QH – vector -lect 9 Unlimited
    • lecture 1 DPP -12 Unlimited
    • lecture 2 Unlimited
    • lecture 3 Unlimited
    • lecture 3 HD Unlimited
    • lecture 4 Unlimited
    • lecture 5 Unlimited
    • lecture 6 Unlimited
    • lecture 7 Unlimited
    • lecture 8 -DPP 3 Unlimited
    • lecture 9 -DPP4 / Q- 34-40 Unlimited
    • lecture 10 -DPP4 / Q- 41-51 Unlimited
    • lecture 10 -DPP4 / Q- 52-55 Unlimited
    • lec 11 -DPP5 – part 1 Unlimited
    • lec 11 -DPP5 – part 2 Unlimited
    • lec 11 -DPP5 – part 3 Unlimited
    • lec 12 -DPP5 – part 4 Unlimited
    • lec 12 -DPP5 – part 5 Unlimited
    • lec 12 -DPP5 – part 6 Unlimited
    • lec 13 -DPP6 – part 1 Unlimited
    • lec 13 -DPP6 – part 2 Unlimited
    • lec 13 -DPP6 – part 3 Unlimited
    • lec 14 -DPP6 – part 4 Unlimited
    • lec 14 -DPP6 – part 5 Unlimited
    • lec 15 -DPP7 – part 1 Unlimited
    • lec 15 -DPP7 – part 2 Unlimited
    • lec 15 -DPP7 – part 3 Unlimited
    • Test discussion – vector analysis and electrostatics- part 1 Unlimited
    • Test discussion – vector analysis and electrostatics- part 2 Unlimited
    • Test discussion – vector analysis and electrostatics- part 3 Unlimited
    • lec 16 -DPP8 – part 1 Unlimited
    • lec 16 -DPP8 – part 2 Unlimited
    • lec 17 -DPP8 – part 3 Unlimited
    • lec 17 -DPP8 – part 4 Unlimited
    • lec 17 -DPP8 – part 5 Unlimited
    • lec 17 -DPP8 – part 6 Unlimited
    • lec 17 -DPP8 – part 7 Unlimited
    • lec 17 -DPP8 – part 8 Unlimited
    • lec 1 Unlimited
    • lec 2 Unlimited
    • lec 3 assignment- 1 Unlimited
    • lec 4 Unlimited
    • lec 4 continue Unlimited
    • lec 5 Unlimited
    • Under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 a petition for divorce is presented before the: 00:00:00
    • Under Section 19 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 a petition in a matrimonial case has to be filed in the place : 00:00:00
    • Which of the following prepositions with regard to an application under Section 25 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is incorrect? 00:00:00
    • Order of permanent alimony under Section 25 Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 can be varied, modified or rescinded: 00:00:00
    • lec 7 continue 00:00:00
    • Section 27 of the Act is attracted only when the property presented at or about the time of marriage is alleged to belong: 00:00:00
    • Section 27 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 allows the court to divide which one of the following between the spouses? 00:00:00
    • The prescribed period of limitation for preferring an appeal under Section 28 of the Hindu Marriage Act is: 00:00:00
    • Under Section 28 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955, every appeal from decrees or orders shall be preferred with effect from 23rd December, 2003, within a period of …………. from the date of decree or order: 00:00:00
    • Every appeal from decrees or orders under Section 27 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 shall be preferred within how many days from the date of decree or order: 00:00:00
    • The prescribed period of limitation for preferring an appeal under Section 28 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is : 00:00:00
    • According to the Marriage Laws (Amendment) Act, 2003, every appeal under Section 28 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 shall be preferred within: 00:00:00
    • Every appeal from decrees or orders under Section 28 of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 shall be preferred after 2003 within a period of ……………. from the date of decree of order. 00:00:00
    • What is the consequence when the age of a Hindu girl at her time of marriage under Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 is less than 18 years: 00:00:00
    • A petition for divorce may be presented under Section 13(1) A if even after the passing of a decree for restitution of conjugal rights, which have not been restored for a period of at least : 00:00:00

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