By B.L. Chaudhary
The subject material is up to date and provides an perception of the topic intimately. After facing the manuscript, the readers may be able with a whole power to get luck within the lifestyles sciences part. each one bankruptcy is supplemented with perform attempt papers. 8 chapters containing 10 version attempt papers is incorporated to offer education to the scholars of this steam. version try out papers contain questions about arithmetic, desktop technological know-how, Geography, Physics, Chemistry and lifestyles Sciences which shape the curriculum of Part-A of Paper-I. bankruptcy nine is especially designed to provide reminiscence dependent existence technology query papers of previous few years. resolution keys for perform try out papers, version attempt papers and former yr web try out papers also are supplied. this can be the 1st try out in India to supply all crucial elements in one name to get convinced good fortune for web exam performed via CSIR-UGC in India.
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