Expected Questions in Education Set 4 – Nov 2017 NET Exam (Part - 3) [ CBSE NET-JRF Updates ]

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Here we will be covering solutions of the most important questions for upcoming November 2017 NET exam on education. We will be continuing the series with environment and computers which is gaining importance based on the current trend. Also note since this time there is no choice for paper 1 questions and all 50 questions are compulsory, you need to have a strong preparation for all topics including higher education.

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Expected Questions CBSE NET November 2017 Paper 1: Higher Education Set 4 (In English)

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  • ‘SWACHHTA’ Ranking - 2017 of Higher Educational Institutions Save water & electricity, promote cleanliness and manage waste for Smart Campus

    Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

  • Four crore and eighty lakhs toilets were constructed in India since 2nd October, 2014

  • More than two lakhs villages are now open defecation free.

    Parameters for a clean campus: Student/toilet ratio, kitchen hygiene, availability of running water, modernity of toilet & kitchen equipment, campus green cover, garbage disposal in hostels and academic buildings, disposal techniques, water supply systems and also a certain weightage to whether the institutions has adopted any neighbouring locality or village to spread awareness & activities in Swachhta.

    Clusters of villages have been adopted by certain HEIs under the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan programme in consultation with District Collectors.

    List of Institutions awarded on Swachhata Rankings

    Table Contain Shows the List of Institutions awarded on Swachhata Rankings

    Table Contain Shows the List of Institutions awarded on Swachhata Rankings

    Institution

    Place

    State

    University

    1.

    O. P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat

    Sonipat

    Haryana

    2.

    Manipal University, Jaipur

    Jaipur

    Rajasthan

    3.

    Chitkara University, Kalu Jhanda (Barotiwala), Solan

    Solan

    HP

    4.

    K. L. E. Academy of Higher Education and Research, Belgaum

    Belgaum

    Karnataka

    5.

    Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra

    Agra

    UP

    Colleges

    1.

    Kongu Arts and Science College

    Erode

    TN

    2.

    Vidya Pratishthans Arts, Commerce & Science College, M. I. D. C. Baramati, Pune 413100

    Pune

    Maharashtra

    3.

    Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College

    Chennai

    TN

    4.

    Vivekananda College of Arts & Science (W)

    Tiruchengode

    TN

    5.

    S N R Sons College

    Coimbatore

    TN

    6.

    K. G. College of Arts and Science

    Coimbatore

    TN

    Technical institutions

    1.

    Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Coimbatore

    Coimbatore

    TN

    2.

    Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, Guntur

    Guntur

    AP

    3.

    Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai

    Chennai

    TN

    4.

    Vivekanandha College of Engineering for Women

    Tiruchengode

    TN

    5.

    R. M. D Engineering College

    Chennai

    TN

    6.

    R. M. K Engineering College

    Chennai

    TN

    7.

    Abes Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad

    Ghaziabad

    UP

    Government institutions

    1.

    G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology,

    Pantnagar

    UK

    2.

    Madurai Kamraj University,

    Madurai

    TN

    3.

    Alagappa University, Alagappa Nagar,

    Karaikudi

    TN

    4.

    National Institute of Technology,

    Hamirpur

    HP

    5.

    Indian Institute of Technology,

    Guwahati

    Assam

    6.

    Govt Post-graduate College for Girls, Sector-11

    Chandigarh

    UT

    7.

    Punjab University

    Chandigarh

    Punjab

    Zero Tolerance Policy

  • To check plagiarism

  • Disqualified from publishing any work

  • Denied annual increment

  • Disqualified from supervising any student or scholar

  • Researchers can lose their registration if 60 % plagiarism is found.

  • Also compulsory for the HEIs to submit to INFLIBNET (Information and Library Network) soft copies of all M Phil. , PhD theses

  • Under “Shodh Ganga e-repository” program: Theses carried out in its several departments after the award of degrees for hosting in the digital repository.
Image of Zero Tolerance Policy

Image of Zero Tolerance Policy

Image of Zero Tolerance Policy

NAAC Revised Framework

  • ICT enabled
  • Combination of System Generated Scores - 70 % online and 30 % peer evaluation
  • System of minimum qualifiers for achieving a grade, for example, Universities should score a minimum of 3.01 in Criteria 1, 2 and 3 for achieving “A” “A+” “A++”grade.

Three

Table Contain Shows the Range of Institutional CGPA

Table Contain Shows the Range of Institutional CGPA

Range of institutional CGPA

Letter Grade

Performance Descriptor

3.01 – 4.00

A

Very Good (Accredited)

2.01 – 3.00

B

Good (Accredited)

1.51– 2.00

C

Satisfactory (Accredited)

1.50

D

Unsatisfactory (Not Accredited

Seven criteria based on which the grading is done:

  • Curricular Aspect

  • Teaching- Learning & Evaluation

  • Research, Consultancy & Extension

  • Infrastructure & Learning Resources

  • Governance, Leadership & Management

  • Innovation & Best Practices

  • Student Support & Progression

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Expected Questions CBSE NET November 2017 Paper 1: Higher Education Set 4 (In Hindi)

Dr. Manishika Jain explains the various digital reforms and key terminologies in computers Data Analytics

- Published/Last Modified on: September 25, 2017