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The Following Courses Offered By The Mahavidyalaya

Sr. No. Academic Courses Minimum Age Equivalency
1
PRAK SHASTRI (2-Year Course).
15 Years
Uttar Madhyama/Higher Secondary/Intermediate
2
SHASTRI (3-Year / 6-Semester Course).
17 Years
B.A.
3
SHASTRI (HONS.)(3-Year / 6-Semester Course)
17 Years
B.A.(Hons.)
4
ACHARYA (2-Year / 4-Semester Course)
20 Years
M.A.

* All these Courses are Recognized by State and Central Governments.


ACADEMIC COURSES

PRAK SHASTRI

Eligibility :-

  • 1. Admission to the course in a Mahavidyalaya is through a merit list prepared on the basis of an admission test conducted by the Mahavidyalaya.
  • 2. Duration of the course is 2 years. There are 6 papers each year and one additional compulsory paper of Computer Education.

The Applicant should have passed Poorva Madhyama, or Matriculation Examination(also called 10th class, or Secondary Class Examination) or equivalent examination from any State Board of School Education, or University with or without Sanskrit as one of the subjects.


Course Details :- There are six papers each in both of the years of this two-year course. There is also one separate paper in Computer Education.


S.No. Paper Subject
1
I*
Vyakarana (Sanskrit Grammar)
2
II*
Sahitya (Sanskrit Literature)
3
III*
English
4
IV**
Bangla
5
V**
Sociology
6
VI**
Vyakarana / Sahitya / Darshan
7
VII***
Computer Education

(* Compulsory **Optional** Compulsory but marks not to be included in the total.)


SHASTRI PRATHISTHA (B.A. Hons.)

Eligibility :-
Admission to the course in Mahavidyalaya is through a merit list prepared on the basis of an admission test conducted by Mahavidyalaya.
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 Enviroment Science only in 5th and 6th semester (3rd Year).


S.No. Paper Subject
1
I*
Vyakarana / Nyaya
2
II*
English
3
III*
Bangla
4
IV**
Sociology
5
V & VI**
Navya Vyakarana / Sahitya/Advaita Vedanta / Dharmashastra / Kashmirshaivadarshan / Puraneitihas
6
VII***
Computer Education.
7
VIII****
Environment Science (only in 3rd Year)

(* Compulsory **Optional***Compulsory*** only in 5th and 6th Semesters.)


ACHARYA (M.A.)

Acharya is a two-year / four semester course equivalent to the post graduation (M.A.) class. There shall be five papers every year / semester. The First four paper would be specific to the Shastra opted for,the fifth paper would be common to all the Acharya students. Duration of the examination shall be three hours. Maximum Marks per paper shall be 100.
Eligibility :-
The Applicant must have passed any of the following examinations:

  • 1. Shastri from Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, or any other Sanskrit University, or any recognized institution.
  • 2. B.A.(Hons. in Sanskrit ) as one of the subject from any recognized university.

Special Rules
  • 1. The Applicant should have studied the subject he is applying for, till Shastri.
  • 2. The Applicants whohave obtained B.A.(Skt.) or Vedalankar / Vidyalankar degree may be allowed to opt for Sahitya / Dharmashastra / Sankhyayoga / Phalit jyotish / Karmakanda at Acharya level. The Applicant who have obtained B.A. Sanskrit with Darshan may be allowed to opt for Advaitavedanta also.
  • 3. The Applicant who have passed B.A.(Hons.) may be allowed to opt for Veda / Vyakarana / Sahitya / Dharmashastra / Sankhyayoga / Phalit Jyotish / Karmakanda etc..
  • 4. The applicants who have obtained Acharya in one Subject / MA Sanskrit degree, may seek admission to any other subject, Except Siddhant Jyotish,Veda, Navya Nyaya, Navya Vyakarana, Mimansa.But The Applicants who have obtained Acharya Degree in Phalit Jyotisha, Navya Nyaya,Navya Vyakarama may seek admission to Acharya in Siddhanta Jyotisha, Pracheen Nyaya,Vyakarna.
  • 5. The Applicants with Nakshatra Vigyana as a subject in Sanksrit my opt for Siddhanta Jyotisha.
  • (Note : the applicant should mention his choice of subject in order of Priority)
  • 6. In Acharya Course , there shall be five papers every year.Every year / semester four papers shall be on the chosen subject, but the fifth paper shall be common for students of all the subjects. Maximum Marks shall be 100 and time allotted shall be 3 hours.

Available Subjects :

The Applicants for Acharya may opt for any one of the following subjects:-

  • Navya Vyakarana / Sahitya / Dharmashaastra / Advaitavedanta.