Books for SET Exam
Maharashtra State Eligibility Test is conducted in under faculties like education and physical education, law, commerce, moral and social sciences, mental and arts. The SET examination is conducted in 29 different subjects like Ocean and Planetary Science, Chemical Sciences, English, Hindi, Marathi, Sanskrit, Psychology, Philosophy, Earth atmospheric, electronic science, political science, commerce, physical education, commerce law, computer science and applications, physical sciences, history, economics, defense and strategic studies, library and information science, etc… The candidates should take up the SET examination only in the subject in which they completed their masters’ degree. But, if the subject is not covered under SET Maharashtra, they can appear for the related subject.
Books to refer for some of these subjects are given below:
Computer Science and Applications:
SET examination consists of three papers and for paper two and three computer science and application subject; you can refer to the book named ‘Upkars UGC SET/JRF/NET Computer Science and Application paper 2 and 3 written by Sunil Kumar Ojha. The cost of the book is Rs.352; the candidates can purchase this book and similar books on computer science and application from the following link: http://www.flipkart.com/upkars-ugc-net-jrf-set/817482586x-0v23f3xp5c.
SET examination is also called as SLET and for the subject chemical sciences, you can refer to the book named ‘Upkars CSIR UGC SLET/JRF/NET Chemical Sciences wrote by Hemant Kulshreshtra and Ajay Taneja. The cost of the book is Rs.160 and you can purchase the book from the following link: http://www.flipkart.com/upkars-csir-ugc-net-jrf/8174824456-0v23fxuo5c.
For the subject physical education the candidates can refer to student learning in physical education written by Stephen J Silverman and Catherine D Ennis. You can also refer to the book called physical education curriculum and culture by David Kirk and Richard Tinning.
For political sciences paper the candidates can refer to the books like guide to methods for students of political sciences written by Stephen Van Evera and the political theory of global citizenship written by April Carter.