The Sanskrit Department plays a crucial role in living up to the university’s beliefs of combining ethics and modern education.
Students are taught to read and write in the Devanagari script, thus enhancing their skills in making digital posters, composing poems and writing theatre scripts in Sanskrit.
The well- balanced practical and theory sessions of the course provide vast possibilities for students to dive deep into the field of research in Sanskrit, both nationally and internationally.
The students are not just confined to translating literature but can massively contribute to the fields of music, mass media, tourism, and teaching.
Actively involving students in scripting the ‘Natya’ (Sanskrit drama) which is an interdisciplinary activity that also adds value to the students’ degrees.
Get first-hand exposure to teaching the Vedas to boys at the Gurukul located within the campus premises preparing them, in turn, to fulfill their civic and cultural responsibilities.
Curriculum Strength – LOCF (Learning Outcome Curriculum Framework) based, Competitive Exams Oriented Syllabus, Unique combination of Special Electives in Sanskrit Communication, Yoga, Environment in Sanskrit (Vriksha Ayurveda), English Communication and Computational Sanskrit.
The syllabus is compatible for UGC NET and other competitive examinations of national level.
Interdisciplinary approach (includes elective courses like Yoga and Communicative English).
Sanskrit with English communication subject helps in Publications in Global Journals.
2 Specializations are offered: Literature & Grammar (Sahitya & Vyakaran).
2-3 National-level workshops are conducted in the University.
02 Years full time
Graduation or equivalent in any stream*
Tuition fee per semester**
* It is your responsibility to ascertain that you
possess the requisite qualification for admission.
**There will be a separate admission fee, examination fee,
caution deposit etc in addition to the tuition fee.