SPOT ADMISSION is going for B.Sc. - Maths, Statistics, Physics, B.A. - Tamil, and M.Sc. - Maths, Physics.

Department Of Sanskrit

Vision

To propagate Sanskrit to all students which would help them to read, write and speak in Sanskrit.

Mission

  • To impart Sanskrit as Part – 1 language and Introduce Sanskrit in Google Translation.
  • To introduce new courses - Comparative study of Regional literature with Sanskrit Language, Spoken Sanskrit Courses – Basic, Intermediate and Advance Levels, Sanskrit Translation course.

History / Timeline

Year of Establishment 1988
Course Affiliation B.A., B.Sc., B.Com Part 1 language

Highlights of the curriculum

  • The Department offers Sanskrit as Part I language for B.Sc students for 4 semesters and for B.Com for 2 semesters.
  • In the first semester fundamental Sanskrit grammar is taught and students are trained to write letters and essays etc., in Sanskrit itself.
  • Sanskrit poetry, drama of ancient and modern world form the syllabus taught for students.
  • The Department makes use of the Language Laboratory to promote spoken Sanskrit.
  • Under the “UGC- Club Activities”, competitions for students are conducted every year.
  • To teach Sanskrit for all students who do not have knowledge of Sanskrit
  • Students practice the ability to read and react to a text and to take part in discussions.
  • The curriculum is designed in such a manner and the students will have a basic knowledge about spoken & translation, basic grammar and would be able to write, read and speak in Sanskrit

Skills Imparted

  • The students would be able to frame a sentence of his own
  • The students would answer the questions poses to him about culture and traditional values of human life inculcated through Sanskrit Literature
  • The Student would be able to converse in sanskrit language.
  • The student would prepare to join in M.A. Sanskrit after completing the degree course and would take Sanskrit us his career.

Carrier Opportunities

  • The students can opt for a Sanskrit job as Sanskrit Translator in Google Translator or as Language assistant in central Govt. jobs.
  • Most schools of India offer Sanskrit as an optional language and you can become a Sanskrit teacher. You can also teach Sanskrit in colleges. In addition to this are the various research options in the Sanskrit language.
  • The Sanskrit courses do not only teach the language but also include the vast treasure trove of wisdom that is penned in this language. Hence, you can specialize in subjects like yoga, vaastu shastra, poetics, Indian drama, Vedic studies, astrology and Ayurveda. Vast scope of research as well as jobs exists in these fields.
  • You can find a job in museums, fields related to archeology, translation of ancient documents and in Universities as professor of ancient or foreign languages.
  • People specializing in Sanskrit courses can also pursue a career in civil service. Law is another popular choice.

Salient Features

  • The dept encourages the students to carry out quiz, small stage show and extension activities with Public such as awareness of Sanskrit language.
  • The department has its own exclusive Samskritha Pradarshini (Spoken Sanskrit Posters and Exhibits)
  • Students are encourages to conduct seminars and assignments in the class.
  • Students are advised to speak about Sanskrit literature and during class hours.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

After successful completion of the programme the students will be able to:

PEO1 Provide a framework to peer the subject as a bridge to the world by recognizing the different conditions in pluralistic society.
PEO2 Assimilate the ability, balance harmony and inclusiveness: Identify and defineaspects or attributes of English Literature.
PEO3 Provide a frame of reference for maintaining national standards with international compatibility of learning outcomes of English Literature and academic standards to ensure global competitiveness, and to facilitate student/graduate mobility;
PEO4 Formulate outcomes that are responsive to social and technological changes in order that the pedagogy will meet students’ needs arising from the changes. LOCF encourages effective use of new technologies as tools for learning and provide a balance between what is common to the education of all students and the kind of flexibility and openness required for education;
PEO5 Provide higher education institutions an important point of reference for designing teaching-learning strategies, assessing student learning levels, and periodic review of programmes and academic standards for English Literature with shift from domain knowledge to processes of realising the outcomes;
PEO6 Provide HEI as a developmental approach through LOCF that would accommodate social needs and provide students a clear direction of learning.

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

After successful completion of the programme the students will be able to:

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES Graduate Attributes
PSO1 Demonstrate a set of basic skills in literary communication and explication of literary practices and process with clarity
  • Knowledge Base
PSO2 Analyze various literary genres and stylistic variations and write critically and with imagination.
  • Problem Analysis
  • Investigation
PSO3 Evaluate literary texts as a field of study and as part of the wider network of local and global culture
  • Communication Skills
  • Design
PSO4 Systematically analyze the existing scholarship and expand critical questions and the knowledge base in the field of English studies using digital resources.
  • Individual and Team Work
PSO5 Cultivate a better understanding of values – both literary values that aide us in literary judgment and also values of life at all stages and apply it appropriately.
  • Professionalism, Ethics and equity
PSO6 Channelize the interests of the students in a better way and make more meaningful choices regarding career after completion of graduate programme
  • Lifelong learning

Faculty (Aided Stream)

AIDED FACULTIES
Name Designation Date of Join Area of Specialization Profile
Prof.P.Manikandan Assistant Professor 08.08.2008 Spoken Sanskrit, Yoga and Darshanam Profile

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Sanskrit syllybus for all UG programme

2020 OBE

PG Syllabus

S.NO COURSE TITLE COURSE CODE MAJOR / ANCILLARY / ELECTIVE / SBE / NME / PRACTICAL SYLLABUS
SEMESTER I
1 MODERN LITERATURE - I 17P1NMC1 MAJOR View Syllabus
2 MODERN LITERATURE - II 17P1NMC2 MAJOR View Syllabus
3 A SURVEY OF BRITISH LITERATURE 17P1NMC3 MAJOR View Syllabus
4 AMERICAN LITERATURE 17P1NMC4 MAJOR View Syllabus
5 INDIAN WRITING IN ENGLISH 17P1NMC5 MAJOR View Syllabus
SEMESTER II
6 MODERN LITERATURE - III 17P2NMC6 MAJOR View Syllabus
7 MODERN LITERATURE - IV 17P2NMC7 MAJOR View Syllabus
8 TWENTIETH CENTURY CANADIAN LITERATURE 17P2NMC8 MAJOR View Syllabus
9 NEW LITERATURE IN ENGLISH 17P2NMC9 MAJOR View Syllabus
10 SHAKESPEARE 17P2NMC10 MAJOR View Syllabus
SEMESTER III
11 CONTINENTAL LITERATURE 17P3NMC11 MAJOR View Syllabus
12 INDIAN REGIONAL LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION 17P3NMC12 MAJOR View Syllabus
13 LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTICS 17P3NMC13 MAJOR View Syllabus
14 LITERATURE BY WOMEN 17P3NMC14 MAJOR View Syllabus
15 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING (ELECTIVE-I) 17P3NME1 Elective View Syllabus
16 NON-MAJOR PAPER 17P3.NM1 NME View Syllabus
SEMESTER IV
17 LITERARY CRITICISM 17P4NMC15 MAJOR View Syllabus
18 RESEARCH WRITING 17P4NMC16 MAJOR View Syllabus
19 COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 17P4NMC17 MAJOR View Syllabus
20 INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM 17P4NME2 NME View Syllabus
21 INTRO. TO THEORY AND PRACTICE OF TRANSLATION 17P4NME3 NME View Syllabus
22 PROJECT 17P4NPRO PROJECT View Syllabus

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S.NO ACTIVITY DATE BENEFICIARIES
1 Students explaining about Pushpaka Vimanam in Science and Sanskrit Exhibition 10-03-2015 All UG Students
2 More than 25 Science and Sanskrit hands-on Exhibits were displayed and explained to create awareness on Sankrit Language. 10-03-2015 All UG Students
3 Guest Lecture UGC and MCB Sponsered 24-06-2016 All UG Students
4 Sambashana Samskritam Level-I,II,III 18-12-2017 UG 1st year Students
5 Vibhakthi Level – I,II,III 03-01-2018 UG 2nd year Students
6 Science in Sanskrit –I , II 28-08-2019 UG 2nd year Students
7 Samskritha Pradarshini(Sanskrit Exhibition) 22-09-2019 UG 1st year Students

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