BA in Sanskrit Language
The Sanskrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of a wonderful structure. Sanskrit is the oldest and the most continually used language in the world certainly since the second millennium BC. Classical Sanskrit grammar, which was established by the great grammarian, Panini, encompasses the largest literature of any language, and incorporates the sacred literature of three of the world’s major religions.
Sanskrit is still taught in some schools in India, and in a few places in the Western world. With India playing an ever more important part on the world stage, there has been a corresponding growth of interest in Sanskrit. The World Sanskrit Conference meets every four years and there are many smaller conferences focusing on different aspects of Sanskrit.
Study of these works offers a student a wider perspective to enable a better understanding of their own tradition, but also shows them which questions and insights are shared across cultures.
Classical Sanskrit Literature (Poetry)
Critical Survey of Sanskrit Literature
Classical Sanskrit Literature (Prose)
Sanskrit Composition and
Classical Sanskrit Literature (Drama)
Poetics and Literary Criticism
Indian Social Institution and Polity
Indian Epigraphy, Paleography, Chronology
Literature Sanskrit and
Indian Ontology and Epistemology
Self-Management in the Gita
- Candidates must have qualiﬁed 10+2 or equivalent from any stream from recognized board.
- Candidates having an aggregate of 50% or more at the qualifying exam level are eligible for the BA in Sanskrit Language program
- Ancient Language
Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages, with a rich history dating back over 3,500 years
- Cultural Signiﬁcance
Studying Sanskrit provides insights into ancient Indian culture, philosophy, and religious texts.
- Linguistic Structure
Explore the unique grammatical structure of Sanskrit, known for its precise and systematic rules.
- Philosophical Texts
Dive into classical Sanskrit literature, including texts like the Vedas, Upanishads,and Bhagavad Gita.
- Pan-Indian Inﬂuence
Sanskrit has inﬂuenced many modern Indian languages, making it a key to
understanding linguistic connections.
Teaching is one of the main scopes of Sanskrit learning. Another aspect is research scope in the Sanskrit language. Sanskrit course aims to prove students with in-depth knowledge about the subject. Sanskrit holds a prominent position in Indo-European studies. The career prospects and the jobs after Sanskrit broadly include
- Sanskrit Proofreader
- Sanskrit Teacher
- Sales Coordinator
- Language Interpreter
- Customer Service Associate
- Content Writer
As industry linked course, there is a mandatory provision of 3 months Internship with Industry / Corporate. Our Academic Industry Alliance Program offers 100% Internship Assistance to all our students. University Assistance is based on academic performance of the student during the course and as per Industry needs.
BA in Sanskrit students can lead to a wide range of career opportunities in the
- Customer Care Specialist
- Teacher – Sanskrit
- Tutor – Sanskrit language