Department of Sanskrit

 

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This programme will help you acquire the following skills as a basis for the study of ancient Indian religion, literature and history through Sanskrit texts.

The candidate has

  • Advanced knowledge of ancient Indian religion, literature, and history through the study of Sanskrit texts
  • Advanced command of the Sanskrit language through advanced text reading, and basic knowledge in Pāli, Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit, and / or Vedic Sanskrit.
  • Insight into one or more fields of specialization within the broader topic of ancient Indian religion, literature and history through Sanskrit texts.
  • Ability to critically assess existing research through careful reading, analysis, and discussion.
  • Practice of the textual analysis of texts in Sanskrit, Pāli, Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit, and / or Vedic Sanskrit.
  • The ability to apply relevant theoretical perspectives to topics within the field of ancient Indian religion, literature and history through Sanskrit texts.
  • The ability to develop a research project, including formulation of a research problem, searching for sources, and engaging in analytic discussion.
  • Competence in academic writing and oral presentation skills.
  • Competence in presenting academic research about ancient Indian religion, literature and history through Sanskrit texts to a broader non-academic public.
  • Ability to work both independently and in groups on presentations and/or development of Projects.
S.no Name of the Faculty Designation  
1 S. Subbarayudu Assistant Professor