Sanskrit is the key to the civilizational treasures of Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism, and provides direct access to a vast repository of literary, scientiﬁc and philosophical wisdom. It is the primary language of classical Indian art, music, dance, literature and religion.
Students learn to read and write in Devanagari script and this enhances their skills in making digital posters, composing poems and writing scripts for theatres and plays in Sanskrit.
We actively encourage students in scripting the ‘Natya’(Sanskrit drama) which is an interdisciplinary activity with the Department of Visual & Performing Arts.
Students have the choice to specialize either in ‘Sahitya’ or ‘Vyakaran’.
Classes are conducted only in Sanskrit.
A student can evolve as a language researcher, news reader, translator in scientiﬁc literary, technical or business ﬁelds. Freelancers can join archaeological teams, research forums, publishing houses and international organizations to name a few. They can also take up teaching role.