Sanskrit

  • About the Department
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  • Course Description
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  • Routine
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The Department of Sanskrit has 2 faculty members – 1 Assistant Professor and 1 State-aided college Teacher (SACT).

Faculty members are actively involved in  research, publishing regularly in several reputed academic journals  in addition to presenting papers in national and international seminars and conferences.

 

The department currently offers the following Undergraduate Courses:

 

(i) 3-Year Degree / 4-Year Honours under the Curriculum and Credit Framework for Undergraduate Programmes (CCFUP) as per National Education Policy (NEP), 2020 and

(ii) 3-Year Honours Course (July 2019-June 2023) under the Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS)

 

 

 

  • Dr. Kuntol Ganguly

    Assistant Professor

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  • Shri Jayanta Shill

    SACT (State-Aided College Teacher)

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Sanskrit CCFUP Syllabus (as per NEP)

Draft-Syllabus-Sanskrit NEP

 

Sanskrit CBCS Syllabus (2019-23)

SANSKRIT-HONOURS

SANSKRIT-GENERAL

 

Sanskrit 1+1+1 Syllabus (Old):

UG-Syllabus-Sanskrit-(Hons&General)

 

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:

 

1. 3-Year Degree / 4-Year Honours in Sanskrit – Curriculum and Credit Framework for Undergraduate Programmes (CCFUP) as per National Education Policy (NEP), 2020

The B.A. 3-Year Degree / 4-Year Honours in Sanskrit is spread over 6 & 8 Semesters respectively. For the detailed Course structure . please follow the link below:

 

2. (i) Course Structure: Sanskrit (Honours) – Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) 

The B.A. Honours Course in Sanskrit CBCS Syllabus is spread over 6 Semesters and comprises the following components:

  1. Core/Discipline Core = C (also called DC)
  2. Ability Enhancement Compulsory = AEC
  3. Skill Enhancement Course = SEC
  4. Generic Elective = GE
  5. Discipline-Specific Elective = DSE

At the end of each semester, students are evaluated on a total of 50 marks for EACH PAPER (Internal Assessment = 10; Tutorial = 08; End Semester Exam = 32).

 

(ii) Course Structure: Sanskrit (General) – Choice-Based Credit System (CBCS) 

In addition to Compulsory courses (Language Cores and Ability Enhancement Compulsory Courses) a student has to select two disciplines as main disciplines (E.g., Discipline -A & Discipline-B) and one discipline as Generic Elective (GE) (Discipline-C).

At the end of each semester, students are evaluated on a total of 50 marks for EACH PAPER (Internal Assessment = 10; Tutorial = 08; End Semester Exam = 32).

 

Course description

Class Routine: 2022-23 (ODD & EVEN Semesters)

ROUTINE 1-3-5 22-23

ROUTINE 2-4-6 22-23

 

Class Routine: 2021-22 (ODD & EVEN Semesters)

ROUTINE 1-3-5 21-22

ROUTINE 2-4-6 21-22

 

Class Routine: 2020-21 (ODD & EVEN Semesters)

ROUTINE 1-3-5 20-21

ROUTINE 2-4-6 20-21

 

Class Routine: 2019-20 (ODD & EVEN Semesters)

CLASS ROUTINE 2019-20

 

Class Routine: 2018-19

CLASS ROUTINE 2018-19

 

What are Add-on Courses?

Add-on courses are short-term courses offered by the institution. The minimum duration of these courses is 30 hours. These courses are usually offered as certificate courses to provide students with additional knowledge and information which are relevant to their respective fields of study. Some of the Add-on courses offered by the various departments of the college are multidisciplinary in nature and are focused on ability and skill enhancement of students.

 

Benefits of Add-on courses:
1. Add-on courses help students gain knowledge about a broad array of disciplines.
2. Add on courses enhance students’ teamwork, communication skills and problem solving abilities.
3. These courses are also likely to significantly enhance students’ professional skills and employability.

Result Analysis: 2023