SHASTRI

Eligibility

Admission to the course in a campus is through a merit list prepared on the basis of an admission test conducted by the campus.

The applicant should have passed any one of the following:-

1. Uttar Madhyama

2. Prak Shastri

3. Intermediate Examination from any Sanskrit University or Sanskrit Council, through traditional system.

4. Higher Secondary Examination/Intermediate or equivalent examination from any State Board of School Education, or University with Sanskrit as one of the subjects.

5. Vedavibhushan Examination conducted by Maharishi Sandipani Vedavidya Pratishthanam.

(Note: The applicant should have passed the language subjects / modern subjects in the qualifying examination, which he is opting for as Optional Subjects at the Shastri level.)

Course Details

There are six semesters of this three-year course and seven papers each in every semester/year. There is also one separate paper in Computer Education.

Name of the Sansthan’s Examinationn Equivalent Examinations in the modern system of Education
Shastri                B.A. / B.A. (Hons.)
First Year                         In Sanskrit
Second Year                         In Sanskrit
Third Year                         In Sanskrit

Subjects to be studied under this course.

1. Vyakaram (Ist Year), Sahityam (IInd Year), Darshanam (IIIrd Year).

2. English.

3. Hindi/Any Regional Language.

4. Pol. Sc/ Hindi Litt. / English Litt.

5. Vyakaran/ Sahitya/ Jyotish/ Dharmashastra/ Jain Darshan/ Sarvadarshan/ Veda.

6. Vyakaran/ Sahitya/ Jyotish/ Dharmashastra/ Jain Darshan/ Sarvadarshan/ Veda.

7. Computer Education.

7. Environment Science (only in 3rd Year)

(1) Only one Shastra is to be opted mentioned above which will have two papers 5 & 6.

(2) The subject opted in first year has to be continued in IInd & IIIrd Year also.

SHASTRI PRATISHTHA (B.A. HONS.)

Eligibility

Admission for this course in a campus the rules & regulations are applicable as mentioned in the Shastri (B.A.) Course .

Course Details

There are six semesters of this three-year course and seven papers each in every semester/year same as mentioned in the Shastri Course. In addition, Shastri Pratishtha-III year (5th & 6th Semester) there is one separate paper of Enviorment Science as 8th paper, Shastriya Subject as 9th paper (one of the option choose from 5th & 6th paper of Shastri course) and Advance Sanskrit subject as 10th paper.