This two year (4 Semesters) course, leading to award of Shiksha-Acharya (M.Ed.) is conducted by the Sansthan for regular training.

Procedure of Admission

  • The eligible candidates have to take a common entrance test, called Combined- Shiksha Acharya Test, conducted by the Sansthan in May every year on all India basis. The candidates in the merit list are called for counselling and allotment of the campus. The application form for the test, along with list of rules, is available for sale at the Sansthan Headquarter and campuses from February onwards. 80 % seats are reserved for the candidates who have obtained Acharya degree studying under the traditional system. 20 % seats shall be available for the candidates who have obtained M.A. in Sanskrit under the modern system.

Eligibility for Shiksha Acharya Course

1. Acharya / M.A. or equivalent with a minimum of 50% marks, and Shiksha Shastri/B.Ed.(with Sanskrit as a subject of teaching) with a minimum of 55 percent marks (50% for ST/SC / Differently Abled candidates) from any recognized University.

2.The candidate should have completed 17 years of education under 10+2+3+2 system and B.Ed./Shiksha Shastri

 3. The age of the candidate should be 23 years on 01.10.2017.

Course of Study

C) THEORY - 1600 Marks

There are 3 theory papers and 2 optional papers in 1st and 2nd semester in 3rd and 4th semester 2 theory papers and 1 optional paper each. In total there are 16 theory paper. Each paper carry 100 Marks.

 D) PRACTICALS - 400 Marks

1. Dissertation & Viva-voce 100 Marks (75+25)

 2. Internship 100 Marks (50+50)

3. Practical Work 200 Marks (75+75+25+25)

 Total Marks of the Course Theory 1600 + Practical 400 = 2000 Marks