Department Name : Sanskrit
Year of Establishment (UG & PG) : 1989
Staff Name (Teaching )
Research Area (If Any)
Mr. Gaikwad Pandit Baburao
Names of Programmes / Courses offered
B.Sc./B.A/B.Com / BBA / BCA etc.
M.Sc./ M.A / M.Com
DEPARTMENT OF SANSKRIT
Sanskrit is an ancient language in India. Traditionally Indian peoples call Sanskrit is Gods language (Deva-Vani). Sanskrit is also widely used in Jainism, Buddhism, and Sikhism. Sanskrit is an grammatically correct and scientific ancient Indian Language. Sanskrit is very perfect by communication, reading, hearing, and the use of vocabulary to transcend, express emotions.
The origin of the language in written form is traced back to the 2nd millennium BCE when the Rig Veda, a collection of sacred hymns, is assumed to have been written after being continued for centuries through oral tradition and preservation of verbal knowledge in the Guru-Disciple relationship. Sanskrit in terms of its literary association is classified into two different periods, the Vedic and Classical. Vedic Sanskrit is found in the Vedas where the most original form of the language was used.
In Classical Sanskrit ‘Ashtadhyayi’, of Panini provided strong grammatical bas to Sanskrit language. It is considered to be the only source of Sanskrit grammar and vocabulary today, because everything that existed before had never been recorded except via their mention in Panini’s Ashtadhyayi.
Sanskrit has had a major impact on other Indian languages, such as Hindi, Marathi, Gujrati etc. it means presently one of the official languages of India.
Brahman, Aryanak, Upanishad, Ramayan, Mahabharat, Natyasasthra, Ayurved, darshana, Bhagvadgeeta etc. is valuable literature available in Sanskrit. The department of Sanskrit always try to research and extend the knowledge of our valuable ancient traditions to society.
The Sanskrit is an ancient Indian language. It provides us with the ancient references which enable us to enrich our linguistic and literary sensibilities.
The University designed the syllabus for Sanskrit Graduate students. The syllabus is contain with the bas of strong Environmental ethics & Human Values Concepts. Environmental ethics is the philosophical discipline that considers the moral and ethical relationship of human beings to the environment. Our Syllabus Sanskrit literature, which is the product an idealistic society is replete with petty saying the epigrammatic wisdom. Capitalising on the immense capacity of a child for memorising at young stage. The Sanskrit teacher should encourage his students to learn by the heart useful slokas /Mantra/ Stotras /All Padya & Gadya which will serve as beacon light in stormy weather and succour and support their drawing spirits.
Our degree syllabus covers following topics :
|Sr.No.||Class||Paper.No.||Sem. Pattern||Name of Paper|
|DSC -A||Sem-I||नीतिशतकम् ।|
|DSC -B||Sem-II||पंचतंत्रम् ।|
|DSC – C||Sem-III||संस्कृत-काव्य-इतिहास: ।|
|4.||DSC – D||Sem-IV||कर्णभारम्, मध्यमव्यायोग: ।|
|5.||SEC – 1A||Sem-III||काव्यप्रकाश: । १, २, १०|
|6.||SEC – 1B||Sem-IV||कुमारसंभावम् । ५० श्लोक|
|7.||SEC – 2A||Sem-III||तर्कसंग्रह ।|
|8.||SEC – 2B||Sem-IV||काठोपनिषद् ।|
|9.||MIL -3||Sem-III||भगवद्गीता । १५|
|10.||MIL – 4||Sem-IV||भगवद्गीता । १६|
|11.||SEC – 2||Sem-III||लेखन कौशल्य ।|
|12.||SEC – 3||Sem-IV||लेखन कौशल्य ।|
|T.Y.B.A.||DSC – E||Sem-V||स्वप्नवासवदत्तम् ।|
|DSC – F||Sem-VI||भामिनीविलस: ।|
|SEC – 3 A||Sem-V||वेद ।|
|SEC – 3 B||Sem-VI||लघुसिद्धांतकौमुदी|
|SEC – 4 A||Sem-V||वेदांतसार: ।|
|SEC – 4 B||Sem-VI||केनोपनिषद् ।|
|MIL -5||Sem-V||दृश्य माध्यमांसाठी संवाद लेखन ।|
|MIL – 6||Sem-VI||श्राव्य माध्यमांसाठी संवाद लेखन ।|
|SEC – 3||Sem-V||व्यवहार संवाद विकास ।|
|SEC – 4||Sem-VI||व्यवहार लेखन विकास ।|
|GE – 1||Sem-V||आरोग्यसुभाषितणि ।|
|15.||GE – 2||Sem-VI||चरकसंहिता । – सूत्रस्थान, अध्याय -१|
Our institute and department provides all types basic infrastructure to our students. ie. Class room, Departmental library, Central library, canteen, Jim, Playground etc.
UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDER STUDENTS OF DEPARTMENT
NAME OF STUDENTS
Sonawane Pratiksha Suresh
Chaudhari Deepali Chandrakant
Prajapat Sunita Kailas
Wavde Vrushali Narendra
Chavan Koml Sharad
Nikam Anant Arjun
Pawar Dipali Prabhakar
Bhavsar Pallavi Tulasiram
Chaudhari Vivekanand Shankar
Shelke Bhagyashri Pralhad
Joshi Anupama Mukund
Satpute Chaitali Ajit
Mandge Hemlata Arvind
Patil Varsha Ramesh
Amrutkar Megha Arun
Associate Professor & Head of Dept.