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Initiation and brief overview

 The department of Sanskrit started its journey with B.A. Honours programme in 1962. At present, the Sanskrit Department has a three-member faculty (one Associate Professor, one Assistant Professor and one Monastic Faculty). Consecutive good academic record inspires both the teachers and the students of the department.

The department offers three optional  specializations in the groups of Veda, Darshana and Kavya at the Sem-5 (CBCS System). It will be the endeavor of the department to provide proper grounding to students in areas like literature, Vedas, Dharmasastra, linguistics, philosophy and the likes.

 

Vision and outlook

Sanskrit is an ancient and classical language of India. A perfect blend of our ancient knowledge and ethics as well as latest modern methods and techniques has been inculcated in our students in order to make them efficient enough to apply the ancient knowledge in the modern perspectives with the help of modern techniques. The department wants to provide confidence as well as opportunity to the young learners. The subject has got new opportunities today and students need to be enthused to join the discipline and explore its broader horizon. In accordance with the larger discipline of our College, the entire syllabus (opted for teaching) is completed before the semester exams take place.

The esteemed faculty members of the Sanskrit department have, for the span of two decades, graced the celestial realm of academia with the resplendent celebration known as ‘Sanskrit Day’. This jubilant occasion, held upon the sacred tapestry of Rakshabandhan, stands as a testament to the timeless beauty and profundity of the ancient language. At the heart of this august fête lies the venerable publication of ‘Charaiveti’, the departmental magazine, a veritable treasure trove of erudition and enlightenment. Moreover, the ethereal ambiance is further enriched by a cultural extravaganza, meticulously crafted and exquisitely performed by the erudite disciples of our esteemed department.

 

Methods of teaching

  • To improve student learning, Sanskrit movies are shown in the computers. The department  uses  audio-visual methods like power point presentation, video-clips, playing CDs etc.
  • Teachers download study materials from internet and share those with students.
  • The journals based on current topics showing the contemporary social picture are distributed among students and later the journals are preserved in the departmental library.
  • Class lecture is the general mode of teaching.
  • Written regular assignments help students clear their doubts and rectify themselves.
  • Extension lectures by eminent teachers are a regular part of the teaching process.
  • Additional study materials are given to augment their knowledge.
  • There is a Departmental or Seminar Library full of reference books which is exclusively maintained by both the students and teachers.
  • Time to time the department arranges ICT based classes. Moreover in the class-room students take part in debates, discussion, micro teaching, paper presentations related to the syllabus.
  • Simple Sanskrit speaking courses are regularly organized within the college campus (now online) to enable the learners to speak in simple Sanskrit.

 

Infrastructure

The Department owns a Seminar Library full of reference books which is exclusively maintained by both the students and teachers. Apart from books, journals, wall magazines, hand-written projects, examination-copies of our rank holders and CDs have been kept here.

DEPARTMENT  OF  SANSKRIT

Programme and Course Outcome: Our approach

Courses offered
Bachelor of Arts in Sanskrit (Honours)
Skill Enhancement.

 

Syllabus For NEP

https://wbsu.ac.in/web/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/UG-NEP-Syllabus-of-Sanskrit-Honours-with-Research_4-year.pdf

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOME: NEP B.A.HONS (WITH RESEARCH)

The Programme Outcome of NEP Sanskrit (Hons) encompasses a range of skills and knowledge. Graduates in Sanskrit Hons typically demonstrate proficiency in Sanskrit language, literature, and cultural studies. They often exhibit a deep understanding of classical texts, linguistic nuances, and historical contexts related to Sanskrit. Additionally, they may showcase critical thinking, analytical abilities, and effective communication skills. The program aims to equip students with a comprehensive understanding of Sanskrit, fostering a holistic development that extends beyond language proficiency.

  1. Research Aptitude:Graduates often develop strong research skills, enabling them to delve into Sanskrit literature, philosophy, and linguistics with a critical and scholarly approach.
  2. Cultural Appreciation:The program emphasizes an appreciation for the cultural heritage associated with Sanskrit, including rituals, traditions, and historical aspects, fostering a well-rounded understanding.
  3. Translation Proficiency: Graduates may possess the ability to translate Sanskrit texts into other languages, facilitating broader accessibility and dissemination of classical knowledge.
  4. Interdisciplinary Perspective:The curriculum may encourage interdisciplinary connections, allowing students to relate Sanskrit studies to fields such as philosophy, history, comparative literature, and religious studies.
  5. 5. Effective Pedagogy:For those inclined towards teaching, the program aims to equip students with effective pedagogical skills to impart Sanskrit knowledge to future learners.
  6. Adaptability: Graduates may demonstrate adaptability by applying their Sanskrit expertise in various professional contexts, such as research, education, publishing, or cultural preservation
  7. Ethical and Cultural Sensitivity:The program often emphasizes ethical considerations and cultural sensitivity, ensuring graduates approach Sanskrit studies with respect for diverse perspectives and values.
  8. Language Proficiency: The Programme helps to attain a solid understanding of Sanskrit grammar, syntax, and vocabulary to read and comprehend classical Sanskrit texts.
  9. Literary Appreciation: The Programme develops the ability to analyze and appreciate classical Sanskrit literature, including epics, poetry, and philosophical texts.
  10. Oral Proficiency: The Programme enhances oral communication skills in Sanskrit, facilitating effective communication in the language

These outcomes collectively contribute to producing well-rounded individuals with a deep understanding of Sanskrit and its multifaceted significance.

Syllabus

WBSU syllabus for Sanskrit BA under the UGC prescribed syllabus template for CBCS Semester system
http://www.rbcec.in/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/SANSKRIT_HONOURS_CBCS_Draft_Syllabus.pdf

PROGRAMME OUTCOME: NEP B.A.HONS (1year)

The Programme outcomes for a one year Sanskrit Hons course may include proficiency in understanding and applying grammatical rules, translating Sanskrit texts into a target language, and gaining a deeper appreciation for the linguistic and cultural aspects of Sanskrit literature. Students may also develop analytical and critical thinking skills related to the interpretation of classical Sanskrit texts.

Additionally, students may enhance their ability to read and interpret traditional Sanskrit manuscripts, acquire a foundational knowledge of Sanskrit literature, and demonstrate effective communication of ideas related to Sanskrit grammar and translation. The course may also emphasize the exploration of historical and cultural contexts relevant to Sanskrit language and literature.

  1. Language Proficiency:Attaining a solid understanding of Sanskrit grammar, syntax, and vocabulary to read and comprehend classical Sanskrit texts.
  2. Literary Appreciation: Developing the ability to analyze and appreciate classical Sanskrit literature including epics and poetry
  3. Translation Skills: Acquiring the skills to translate Sanskrit texts into a language familiar to the student, promoting a deeper understanding of the content.
  4. Cultural Understanding: Gaining insights into the cultural and historical context of Sanskrit literature and traditions.
  5. Oral Proficiency:Enhancing oral communication skills in Sanskrit, facilitating effective communication in the language.

SANSKRIT NEP MAJOR COURSE  OUTCOME

 

PAPER

 

      COURSE  OUTCOME
SEMESTER-1

 

Functional Sanskrit & Metre

Unit – 1 :

Functional Sanskrit

Declension : Conjugation :

Application of Avyayas

Application of Adjectives

Sentence Making:

Transalation:

Bengali/English to Sanskrit.

Unit- II: Metre(Chandomanjari)

 

·       Upon completing this course on Sanskrit Grammar and Translation, students will achieve a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of Sanskrit grammar, enabling them to analyze and construct grammatically sound sentences in the language.

·       Additionally, students will develop proficient translation skills, allowing them to effectively translate Bengali/English  texts into Sanskrit languages while preserving the linguistic and cultural nuances.

·       Furthermore, students will gain practical experience in applying grammatical rules to diverse Sanskrit texts, honing their ability to navigate different genres and styles.

·       Overall, this course aims to produce scholars proficient in both Sanskrit grammar and the art of translation, facilitating a deeper exploration of the rich literary and cultural heritage encapsulated in Sanskrit texts.

·       Studying “Chandomanjari,” a book on Sanskrit meters, can enhance your understanding of classical poetic structures, improve metrical analysis skills, and deepen your appreciation for the rhythmic aspects of Sanskrit literature. It may also foster an ability to compose verse in various meters, contributing to a comprehensive grasp of the poetic traditions in Sanskrit literature.

 

SEMESTER-2

 

Unit – I

(History of Vedic Literature, History of Purāṇa,

Rāmāyaṇa, & Mahābhārata)

 

Unit – II

(History of Classical Sanskrit Literature.)

·        History of Poetry Literature – Pre Kālidāsa,Kālidāsa  & Post Kālidāsa era. (Aśvaghoṣa,Kālidāsa,  Bhāravi, Śrīharṣa, Māgha, Bhaṭṭi)

·        History of Dṛśyakāvyas – Pre Kālidāsa ,Kālidāsa & Post Kālidāsa era. (Bhāsa,

·        Kālidāsa, Bhavabhūti, Bhaṭṭanārāyaṇa,

·        Śūdraka, Viśākhadatta)

 

Unit- III

(History of Technical and Scientific Sanskrit

Literature.)

 

General Introduction to Vyākaraṇa:

Brief History of Vyākaraṇaśāstra

 

General Introduction to Darśana:

Major schools of Indian Philosophy Cārvāka,

Bauddha, Jaina, Sāṅkhya-yoga, Nyāya-Vaiseśika,

Pūrva- mīmāṁsā and Uttara mīmāṁsā.

 

General Introduction to Poetics:

Six major Schools of Indian Poetics-Rasa, Alaṁkāra,

Rīti, Dhvani,Vakrokti and Aucitya

 

General Introduction to Scientific Literature:

Mathematics, Vāstuvidyā& Medicine –

Varāhamihira, Āryabhaṭṭa, Brahmagupta,

Vāstumañjarī, Mayamatam, Carakasaṃhitā,

Suśrutasaṃhitā, Aṣṭāṅgahṛdayam,

 

 

 

·       Upon completing this course on the History of Literature in Sanskrit, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the evolution, genres, and cultural significance of Sanskrit literature, enabling them to analyze and appreciate the rich literary heritage of ancient India.

·       They will also develop critical insights into the major works, literary movements, and socio-cultural contexts that shaped Sanskrit literature, fostering a deeper appreciation for the enduring impact of these writings on the broader cultural and philosophical landscape.

·       Additionally, students will enhance their research and analytical skills, allowing them to engage thoughtfully with primary Sanskrit texts and secondary scholarly interpretations.

·       Upon completion of this course focused on Kalidasa’s writings, students will acquire a profound understanding of Kalidasa’s literary contributions, including his poetic masterpieces .

·        They will be equipped to analyze the intricate poetic techniques, cultural nuances, and philosophical themes embedded in Kalidasa’s works, fostering a nuanced appreciation for classical Sanskrit poetry.

·       Students will also develop the ability to critically interpret and contextualize Kalidasa’s writings within the broader historical and literary framework of ancient India, gaining insights into the cultural, social, and artistic dimensions of his contributions.

·       The study of poetics typically involves gaining an understanding of classical Sanskrit literary theories, analyzing poetic forms, and exploring the historical development of poetic traditions. The outcomes may include enhanced critical thinking, proficiency in interpreting classical texts, and a deeper appreciation for the nuances of Sanskrit poetry.

 

SANSKRIT NEP MINOR COURSE  OUTCOME

 

PAPER

 

       COURSE  OUTCOME
SEMESTER-1

 

Functional Sanskrit & Metre

Unit – 1 :

Functional Sanskrit

Declension : Conjugation :

Application of Avyayas

Application of Adjectives

Sentence Making:

Transalation:

Bengali/English to Sanskrit.

Unit- II: Metre(Chandomanjari)

 

·       Upon completing this course on Sanskrit Grammar and Translation, students will achieve a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of Sanskrit grammar, enabling them to analyze and construct grammatically sound sentences in the language.

·       Additionally, students will develop proficient translation skills, allowing them to effectively translate Bengali/English  texts into Sanskrit languages while preserving the linguistic and cultural nuances.

·       Furthermore, students will gain practical experience in applying grammatical rules to diverse Sanskrit texts, honing their ability to navigate different genres and styles.

·       Overall, this course aims to produce scholars proficient in both Sanskrit grammar and the art of translation, facilitating a deeper exploration of the rich literary and cultural heritage encapsulated in Sanskrit texts.

·       Studying “Chandomanjari,” a book on Sanskrit meters, can enhance your understanding of classical poetic structures, improve metrical analysis skills, and deepen your appreciation for the rhythmic aspects of Sanskrit literature. It may also foster an ability to compose verse in various meters, contributing to a comprehensive grasp of the poetic traditions in Sanskrit literature.

 

SEMESTER-2

 

Unit – I

(History of Vedic Literature, History of Purāṇa,

Rāmāyaṇa, & Mahābhārata)

 

Unit – II

(History of Classical Sanskrit Literature.)

·        History of Poetry Literature – Pre Kālidāsa,Kālidāsa  & Post Kālidāsa era. (Aśvaghoṣa,Kālidāsa,  Bhāravi, Śrīharṣa, Māgha, Bhaṭṭi)

·        History of Dṛśyakāvyas – Pre Kālidāsa ,Kālidāsa & Post Kālidāsa era. (Bhāsa,

·        Kālidāsa, Bhavabhūti, Bhaṭṭanārāyaṇa,

·        Śūdraka, Viśākhadatta)

 

Unit- III

(History of Technical and Scientific Sanskrit

Literature.)

 

General Introduction to Vyākaraṇa:

Brief History of Vyākaraṇaśāstra

 

General Introduction to Darśana:

Major schools of Indian Philosophy Cārvāka,

Bauddha, Jaina, Sāṅkhya-yoga, Nyāya-Vaiseśika,

Pūrva- mīmāṁsā and Uttara mīmāṁsā.

 

General Introduction to Poetics:

Six major Schools of Indian Poetics-Rasa, Alaṁkāra,

Rīti, Dhvani,Vakrokti and Aucitya

 

General Introduction to Scientific Literature:

Mathematics, Vāstuvidyā& Medicine –

Varāhamihira, Āryabhaṭṭa, Brahmagupta,

Vāstumañjarī, Mayamatam, Carakasaṃhitā,

Suśrutasaṃhitā, Aṣṭāṅgahṛdayam,

 

 

 

·       Upon completing this course on the History of Literature in Sanskrit, students will gain a comprehensive understanding of the evolution, genres, and cultural significance of Sanskrit literature, enabling them to analyze and appreciate the rich literary heritage of ancient India.

·       They will also develop critical insights into the major works, literary movements, and socio-cultural contexts that shaped Sanskrit literature, fostering a deeper appreciation for the enduring impact of these writings on the broader cultural and philosophical landscape.

·       Additionally, students will enhance their research and analytical skills, allowing them to engage thoughtfully with primary Sanskrit texts and secondary scholarly interpretations.

·       Upon completion of this course focused on Kalidasa’s writings, students will acquire a profound understanding of Kalidasa’s literary contributions, including his poetic masterpieces .

·        They will be equipped to analyze the intricate poetic techniques, cultural nuances, and philosophical themes embedded in Kalidasa’s works, fostering a nuanced appreciation for classical Sanskrit poetry.

·       Students will also develop the ability to critically interpret and contextualize Kalidasa’s writings within the broader historical and literary framework of ancient India, gaining insights into the cultural, social, and artistic dimensions of his contributions.

·       The study of poetics typically involves gaining an understanding of classical Sanskrit literary theories, analyzing poetic forms, and exploring the historical development of poetic traditions. The outcomes may include enhanced critical thinking, proficiency in interpreting classical texts, and a deeper appreciation for the nuances of Sanskrit poetry.

 

SKILL ENHANCEMENT COURSES (SEC)

SEMESTER-1

 

PAPER

 

COURSE  OUTCOME
·       Account for the case ending

·       Sentence Making

·       Change of Voice

·       Filling the blanks

·       Correction of errors

 

·       Upon completing this course on Sanskrit Grammar and Translation, students will achieve a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental principles of Sanskrit grammar, enabling them to analyze and construct grammatically sound sentences in the language.

·       Furthermore, students will gain practical experience in applying grammatical rules to diverse Sanskrit texts, honing their ability to navigate different genres and styles

 

 

SKILL ENHANCEMENT COURSES (SEC)

SEMESTER-2

 

PAPER COURSE  OUTCOME
·       Comprehension Test

·       Translation(From

·       Bengali/English to Sanskrit )

·       Paragraph Writing

·       Letter Writing

·       Proficiency in Sanskrit Language: Develop a strong foundation in Sanskrit grammar, vocabulary, and syntax to effectively compose paragraphs and letters.

 

·       Writing Skills: Acquire the ability to write coherent and well-structured paragraphs on various topics, demonstrating clarity of expression and logical progression of ideas.

 

·       Letter Writing Skills: Master the art of composing different types of letters in Sanskrit, including formal letters (such as job applications, complaints, and inquiries) and informal letters (such as personal letters to friends or family).

 

·       Cultural Understanding: Gain insights into the cultural nuances of Sanskrit language and literature through the study and practice of writing paragraphs and letters in Sanskrit.

 

·       Research and Analysis*: Develop research and analytical skills necessary for gathering relevant information and organizing ideas effectively in both paragraphs and letters.

 

·       Communication Skills: Enhance written communication skills in Sanskrit to effectively convey thoughts, opinions, and information through paragraphs and letters to diverse audiences.

 

·       Revision and Editing: Learn to revise and edit written work for clarity, coherence, and accuracy in accordance with Sanskrit linguistic conventions.

 

·       Critical Thinking: Foster critical thinking abilities through the analysis of Sanskrit texts and the application of literary and rhetorical devices in paragraph and letter writing.

 

These outcomes aim to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of Sanskrit language and literature while equipping them with practical writing skills for effective communication in various contexts.

 

 

Syllabus  For CBCS

 

https://wbsu.ac.in/web/Syllabus/UG%20Syllabus/CBCS_B_A_Programme_Sanskrit_Syllabus_&_Question_Pattern.pdf

 

https://wbsu.ac.in/web/Syllabus/UG%20Syllabus/SANSKRIT_HONOURS_CBCS_Draft_Syllabus.pdf

 

                          PROGRAMME OUTCOME: CBCS B.A.HONS

This is undergraduate B.A. Sanskrit Honors course which is offered under the Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). After successful completion of this B.A. Sanskrit Honours course students will be able to get an outline of the Vedic Sanskrit literature, Rāmāyaṇa, Mahābhārata, Self-Management in the Gītā under three heads and Purāṇas.

  • The three years’ B.A. (Honours) Sanskrit CBCS syllabus prepared by WBSU and being followed by us since 2018 enables the students primarily to express themselves through Sanskrit Language in Devanagari Script.
  • The students are exposed to a variety of extracts from the earliest texts i.e. the Vedas to the modern Sanskrit literature.
  • Sanskrit literature does not merely comprise of religio-spirituality. This language was the medium of communication of the masses for centuries and thus we find a variety of secular subjects also being recorded with astounding precision till date even in the then absence of modern sophisticated equipment. This course thus provides a bird’s eye-view of the multiple opportunities in which a student can dedicate the rest of her life even in this era via this ancient medium.
  • This course delivers knowledge of the vast Indian treasure.
  • From Semester V, the  students have to write  all the answers in Sanskrit  language, and it will amplify their knowledge in Sanskrit.
  • The project work included in every core course will enable the students to make dissertation in future as well as it enhance their knowledge.
  • Sanskrit is the language most suited for the computer and by this course students will gain knowledge about it.
  • Basic Computer awareness, typing in Unicode for preservation and digitalisation of Sanskrit Text will help them in future at the time of job.
  • The B.A. (Hons) CBCS course will help the students to build up a professional carrier as teachers, researchers, translators, interpreters, inscription-reader etc.

 

PROGRAMME OUTCOME: CBCS B.A.GENERAL

The Programme Outcome of a Sanskrit General course encompasses a broad range of skills and knowledge. Students typically develop proficiency in Sanskrit language, literature, and culture. They gain a deep understanding of classical Sanskrit texts, enabling them to analyze and interpret ancient writings. Additionally, the course often enhances critical thinking, research, and communication skills. Graduates may also exhibit cultural sensitivity and an appreciation for the historical and philosophical dimensions of Sanskrit. Overall, the Programme Outcome reflects a well-rounded education in Sanskrit studies, preparing students for various academic and cultural pursuits.

Course  Outcome

Paper Course  Outcome
 SANACOR01T:

Classical Sanskrit  Literature(Poetry)

 

·       Students are exposed to the literary styles of Kalidasa (4th–5th century CE), Bharavi (6th century CE), Bhartrihari (5th century CE), Bana (7th century CE), Dandin (7th–8th century CE) etc. through selected extracts.

·       Students are introduced to various genres of this rich language like the Origin and Development of Sanskrit Mahākāvyas and Gītikāvyas as well.

·       New-comers are introduced to the rich heritage of Sanskrit language.

·       Paper CC1 has been designed to explain the studentsthe enriched works of famous poet Kalidasa, Bhartrihari and Bharavi , the legends of Sanskrit literature.

 

SANACOR02T:

Critical Survey of Sanskrit  Literature

·       The syllabus contains Vedic Sanskrit literature, Rāmāyaṇa, Mahābhārata,  and  Purāṇas even critical survey of sciences like the Vyākaraṇa, Darśana and Sāhityaśāstra on the other hand.

·       CC2 gives them a critical survey of Sanskrit literature.

·       It will help them to get a pen picture of Sanskrit Literature, Grammar and Indian Philosophy.

 

 

SANACOR03T:

Classical Sanskrit  Literature(Prose)

 

·       CC3includes Sukanasopodesa, Visrutacharitam and origin as well as development of prose romance and fable literature.

·       Students will learn our Classical Sanskrit Literature (Prose).

·       This paper will help them to frame an idea of different types of Gadyakāvya.

 

SANACOR04T:

Self Management

in the Gitā

 

·       CC 4focuses on Self-Management in the Gītā under three heads (cognitive and emotive apparatus, controlling the mind and self management through devotion).

 

·       Students will acquire knowledge of our sacred text the Srimadbhagavatgita.

·       The texts selected in the syllabus will surely redouble their concentration.

 

 

SANACOR05T:

Classical Sanskrit  Literature(drama)

·       In CC5, there are two dramas by Classical playwrights Bhāsa and Kalidāsa.

 

·       CC5 will help the students to gather knowledge about the classical Sanskrit drama and to cherish its essence.

 

·       Moreover the students will get an idea about the difference of  dramatic style  and language of Kalidasa and Bhasa .

 

 

SANACOR06T:

Poetics and Literary Criticism

·       Students are acquainted with the topics like Poetics, Literary criticism, Figures of speech and Metres according to Kāvyaprakāśa (11th century), Sāhityadarpaṇa (14th – 15th century) and Chandomanjari.

·       CC6 will enrich the students in Sanskrit Poetics and enable them to recognise figures of speech and meters in Sanskrit Literature.

 

 

 

SANACOR07T:

Indian Social Institution and Polity

 

·       A new interesting addition is CC7 where the students are given a rough idea about Indian Social Institutions and Polity through relevant extracts from Ṛgveda, Atharvaveda, Satapatha Brahmana, Mahabharata, Dirgha Nikaya, Arthasastra (2nd century BC), Manusṃriti, Yājnavalkya Sṃriti (3rd-5th century CE), Sukraniti,Apastamba Dharmasutra (1st century BC), Baudhāyana Dharmasūtra, BrihatSaṃhitā (6th century AD), Nitivakyamrita (10th century AD), Satyagraha Gitā (1932), Gāndhi Gitā(1949) and others.

·       CC7 highlighting Indian social institutions, structure of society and values of life will help the students to make an idea of the then society.

·       Moreover, they will get an idea of the philosophy of Gāndhi(Gāndhibād)

 

SANACOR08T:

Indian Epigraphy, Paleography  and Chronology

 

 

 

·       In the paper CC-8, students learn Indian Epigraphy, Paleography and Chronology, another new dimension of Sanskrit studies at an introductory level.

·       Students are made aware about the history of Epigraphical Studies in India, decipherment of Ancient Indian Scripts, antiquity of the art of writing, study of selected inscriptions and so on.

·       It will help the students to further study in Epigraphy.

 

 

SANACOR09T:

Modern Sanskrit  Literature

·       CC9 depicts survey of modern Sanskrit Literature in Bengal.

 

·       Survey of Modern Sanskrit Literature in Bengal makes them aware about the prose and plays written by Bengali authors in modern times like Yatindravimal Choudhury (-1964), Srijiv Nyayatirtha (1893-1992) and so on.

·       Now the modern Sanskrit literature is fast emerging as an independent branch of learning in the field of Indology and students will learn gradually that the modern Sanskrit literature has variety of forms and subject-matters

 

SANACOR010T:

Sanskrit  and World Literature

·       In CC10, Sanskrit World literature is illustrated.

·       CC10 extends their knowledge to the Sanskrit Studies by Western and Eastern scholars.

·       Students will know that Sanskrit has been studied by Western scholars since the late 18th century and in the 19th century, Sanskrit studies played a crucial role in the development of the field of comparative linguistics of the Indo-European languages.

 

 

 

SANACOR011T:

Vedic Literature

 

·       CC11 includes Vedic Hymns from Rgveda, Atharvaveda and so on along with Vedic Grammar.

·       They will know the rich tradition of India when they learn and utter Vedic hymns.

·       They will learn Vidya and its varieties from  the famous  Upanisads and the extracts from Brahmanas will teach them the famous legend of Manumatsya Katha.

 

 

SANACOR012T:

Sanskrit Grammar

 

·       CC12 highlights Sanskrit Grammar (with special reference to Bhattoji Dikshit circa 17th century) and Philology.

·       Students will learn Case-endings and compounds which will help them immensely while writing Sanskrit.

·       The study of philology will help the students to establish the authenticity of literary texts and their original form and with this the determination of their meaning as it is a branch of knowledge that deals with the structure, historical development and relationships of a language or languages.

 

SANADSE01T

Veda and Vyakarana

·       Students come to know about the various schools of Vedic literature(Ṛgveda, Shuklayayurveda.Taittiriya Upanisada, Aitareya Brahmana) from the syllabus of Veda.

·       It will help them to get an idea of Vedic Grammar and they will be able to compare Vedic literature to Classical Sanskrit Literature.

 

SANADSE02T

Darshana

·       The students get the philosophical knowledge of transmigration of soul (Brihadaranyakopanisada) from the syllabus of Darshana.

·       The Saptapadarthi, a text book of Vaishesika, enable our students to gain knowledge about Vaishesika  Darshana.

·       The students will get the essence of  Indian spiritual knowledge and Upanishadic Truths from this paper.

 

 

SANADSE03T

Kavya

·       Here the students come to know simultaneously the theory of Alankar Shastra (Sahityadarpana), poetical merit of Magha (Shishupalbadham) and philosophical poetry (Yugajivanam by Rama Choudhury).

·       This paper will help them to ascertain the figure of speech of any slokas.

·       The masterpiece of Magha will make them realize that why the statement ispopular“ Maghe santi trayagunah”.

 

 

SANACOR013T:

Ontology and Epistemology

 

 

·       CC-13consists of Nyaya System of Indian Philosophy Ontology and Epistemology (according to Tarka-samgraha circa 17th century).

·       Students of Sanskrit should have an idea of Indian philosophy. In this respect CC13 will be a helpful one.

 

 

SANACOR014T:

Sanskrit Composition and Communication

 

·       In this paper students are directed to write Sanskrit Composition and to translate Bengali/ English passage into Sanskrit.

·       CC14 will enhance the writing skills of the students in Sanskrit language.

·       They will learn two most important topics of Sanskrit Grammar. One is voice change and the another one is case-endings.

 

 

SANADSE04T

Veda and Vyakarana

·       Our students are enriched with the flavour of ancient India and grammatical explanation of Vedic literature as they cover the Vedic syllabus (Vedic Vakhyapaddhati)

·       Students will get an idea of computational linguistics which will help them in future at the time of studying Linguistics.

·       The study of Bhattikavya (2nd Canto) will make them strong in grammar.

 

SANADSE05T

Darshana

·       The students are enriched with the Indian philosophical aspects and views from BongiyaDarshana Chinta (Gouriya Vaishnab, Ramakrishna-Vivekananda and Shakta Darshna).

·       Being a student of Sanskrit the students must have an idea about Bongiyadarshan. This paper will help them to get an idea about it.

·       From the comparative studies of Indian and Western logic the students will be enriched enough to understand both.

 

 

 

SANADSE06T

Kavya

·       The syllabus of Kavya (Bhattikavyam by Bhartrihari) gives the students a depth of poetical values of literary works of famous poet and essence of grammar through the view of Kavya .

·       Vamana’s  Kavyalankarsutravritti will make clear conception of Kavya, different kinds of poets, riti etc.

 

 

SANHGECO1T

Sanskrit Poetry

·       Students get the idea of the nature of Mahakavya, the social, political and economic reflection of contemporary India from “Rqaghuvansham” and “Kumarsambhabam”.

·       The students will understand that Sanskrit literature is rich enough like others when they read the masterpieces of Kalidasa.

·       The study of Nitisatakam will help the students to get knowledge in  nīti, roughly meaning ethics and morality.

 

 

SANHGECO2T

Sanskrit Prose

 

·       Students come to know about the vivid area of historical kavya through the novel “Shivrajvijaya”.

·       The study of history of Prose literature will develop the knowledge of the students about the great works of Dandi, Subandhu and Banabhatta.

 

 

SANHGECO3T

Sanskrit Drama

 

·       Students get the essence of Sanskrit drama as they read the two famous creations. One is the masterpiece   “Avijnanashakuntalaam” by Kalidasa and the other one is fantastic “Svapnavasavadattam” by Bhasa.

 

SANHGECO4T

Sanskrit Grammar

 

·       Students enrich their knowledge of grammar by the detail explanation of sutras of sajna, sandhi and vibhakti.

·       The study of grammar will help them to write Sanskrit sentences without any mistake.

 

 

SANSAECO1M

AECC/MIL

 

·       Students get the idea of Shabdaroop (declension) and Dhaturoop (conjugation) and it will help them  to make sentences in Sanskrit.

 

SEC1

(SKILL  BASED)

·       Students will learn the basic Sanskrit here.

·       They will learn to write paragraph and letter in Sanskrit.

·       Doing translation from Bengali to Sanskrit will make them eligible to write Sanskrit properly.

 

SEC1

(SKILL  BASED)

·       Spoken Sanskrit included in this paper will help the students to communicate in Sanskrit.

·       The computer awareness for Sanskrit will be useful for the students in future.

·       They will know basic computer awareness and typing in Unicode.

·       The knowledge of web publishing and digitalization of Sanskrit texts will help them to build up a professional carrier in future.

 

 

 

 

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DEPARTMENT OF SANSKRIT

ROUTINE

RAMAKRISHNA  SARADA MISSION VIVEKANANDA  VIDYABHAVAN

DEPARTMENT  OF SANSKRIT

ODD SEMESTER ROUTINE2022(1ST,3RD &5TH)

DAY 10.15 11.15 12.15 1.45 2.45 3.45
MONDAY 1H-SR

1G-PRA

2H-SR

3HPRA

3H-SR

1H-PRA

SPOKEN EGLISH-2H

 

R 2H-PRA

2G-SR

 

TUESDAY 1H-SR

2G-PRA

COMPUTER-2H

1H-SM

2H-SR

SPOKEN ENGLISH-3H

3H-SM

SPOKEN EGLISH-1H

 

 

E 2H-SM

3H-SR

2H-PRA

SELF DEFENCE-1H

1H-PRA

SELF DEFENCE-2H & 3H

WEDNESDAY 2H-SR

COMPETITIVE EXAM COACHING-3H

 

2H-SM

3H-SR

3H-SM

COMPUTER-1H

 

C 1H-SM

3H-PRA

1G-SR

 

THURSDAY 3H-PRA

2H-SM

 

1G-SM

1H-SR

SPOKEN ENGLISH-3H

 

3H-SM

2G=PRA

2H-SR

 

E 1H-SM

3H-SR

2H-PRA

 

1H-PRA

COMPUTER-3H

SPOKEN EGLISH-1H

YOGA-2H

 

FRIDAY 1H-SR

2G-SM

3H-PRA

 

2H-SM

3H-SR

3H-SM

 

 

S MEETING  SLOT MEETING SLOT
SATURDAY 1H-SM

1G-PRA

2G-SM

2H-PRA

3H-SM

 

 

S 3H-PRA

SRIJANI-1H

SRIJANI-2H &3H SPORTS-1H,2H     & 3H

RAMAKRISHNA  SARADA MISSION VIVEKANANDA  VIDYABHAVAN

DEPARTMENT  OF SANSKRIT

EVEN SEMESTER ROUTINE2022 (2ND,4TH& 6TH SEM)

DAY 10.15 11.15 12.15 1.45 2.45 3.45
MONDAY 1H-SR

1G-PRA

2H-SR

3HPRA

3H-SR

1H-PRA

SPOKEN EGLISH-2H

 

R 2H-PRA

2G-SR

 

AECC-

PRA

TUESDAY 1H-SR

2G-PRA

COMPUTER-2H

1H-SM

2H-SR

SPOKEN ENGLISH-3H

3H-SM

SPOKEN EGLISH-1H

 

 

E 2H-SM

3H-SR

2H-PRA

SELF DEFENCE-1H

1H-PRA

SELF DEFENCE-2H & 3H

WEDNESDAY 2H-SR

COMPETITIVE EXAM COACHING-3H

 

2H-SM

3H-SR

VALUE EDUCATION-1H

3H-SM

COMPUTER-1H

 

C MEETING SLOT

 

Mentor Ward

MEETING  SLOT

 

THURSDAY 3H-PRA

VALUE EDUCATION-1H

1G-SM

1H-SR

SPOKEN ENGLISH-3H

 

3H-SM

2G=PRA

2H-SR

 

E 2H-SM

1H-PRA

3H-SR

1H-SM

2H-PRA

COMPUTER-3H

SPOKEN EGLISH-1H

YOGA-2H

 

FRIDAY 1H-SR

2G-SM

3H-PRA

 

2H-SM

3H-SR

3H-SM

 

 

S 1H-SM

3H-PRA

1G-SR

 

AECC-SM

VALUE EDUCATION-2H

SATURDAY 1H-SM

1G-PRA

2G-SM

2H-PRA

3H-SM

 

 

S 3H-PRA

SRIJANI-1H

SRIJANI-2H &3H SPORTS-1H,2H     & 3H

 RAMAKRISHNA  SARADA MISSION VIVEKANANDA  VIDYABHAVAN

DEPARTMENT  OF SANSKRIT

ODD SEMESTER ROUTINE2022(1ST,3RD &5TH)

  SANS ODD SEMESTER 2023  
  10.15 am – 11.15 am 11.15 am – 12.15 pm 12.15pm – 1.15 pm 1.15 pm – 1.45 pm 1.45 pm – 2.45 pm 2.45 pm – 3.45 pm 3.45 pm – 4.45 pm
MON

1st Sem

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

Sans

 

 

 

 

MAJOR

Sans MALLIKA

 

 

MINOR A

 Sans MALLIKA

 

 

 

MINOR B

 

MDC                     

 

VAC – YOGA

 

 

 

 

Mon

3rd  Sem

All Hons 

Sans SR

 

       

 

 

 

 

All Hons  

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

 

 

 

    

 

GE III (Gr A)

 

GE for  Hons Students

 

 

 

   GE III(Gr B)  

Sans SR

 

Hons

Sans MALLIKA

 

 

 

 

SEC YOGA

 

VALUE EDUCATION

 

 

 

 

Mon

5thSem

All Hons

Sans MALLIKA

 

 

All Hons

Sans SR

 

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans SR

 

 

 

  SPOKEN ENGLISH

Sans

 

 

All Hons

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

.

 

SOFT SKILL TRAINING/

ADD ON COURSE

 

 

Tues

1st Sem

MAJOR

Sans  SR

 

MINOR B

 

 

 MINOR A

Sans SM

TUTORIAL

 

SEC

Sans SM

 

AEC

 

 

SELF DEFENSE/

 

COMPETITIVE EXAM COACHING

 

 

Tues

3rd

All Hons

Sans

 

 

 All Hons

Sans SM

 

SPOKEN ENGLISH

Sans

 

 

 

 

  GE III(Gr A)

 

GE for  Hons Students

                    

GE III(Gr B)  

Sans. MADHU

TUTORIAL

 

Hons

Sans  MADHU

TUTORIAL

 

 

All Hons

Sans. MADHU

 

 

 

 

 Tues

5th Sem

All Hons

Sans  SM

 

All Hons

Sans SR

 

 

DSE (Pure Gen)

Sans MADHU

 

 

 

 

 

COMPUTER

SANS

  All Hons

Sans  MADHU

 

 

All Hons

Sans  PRA(ONLINE)

                      

 

 

SELF DEFENSE/ ADD ON COURSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WED

1st Sem

MINOR A

Sans MADHU

 

 

MINOR B

 

 

 MAJOR

Sans SM

 

SEC

Sans SR

 

 

MDC                     

 

AEC

 

 

Wed

3rd Sem

All Hons

Sans SR

TUTORIAL

 

All Hons

Sans SM

 

 

SPOKEN ENGLISH

Sans

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  GE III(Gr A)

 

GE for  Hons Students

 

GE III(Gr B)  

Sans MADHU

 

Hons

Sans MADHU

 

 

 

 

SELF DEFENCE/ GARDENING

 

 

 

 

 

Wed

5th Sem

All Hons

Sans SM

 

 

 

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans MADHU

 

 

 

DSE (Pure Gen)

Sans SR

 

 

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans SR

TUTORIAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  VALUE EDUCATION

 

All Hons

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

 

 

 

 

SOFT SKILL TRAINING/

ADD ON COURSE

              

Thurs

1st Sem

COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

Sans

 

 

 

 MAJOR

Sans SR

 

 

 

 MINOR B

 

 

 

MINOR A

Sans A SR

 

 

VAC YOGA VALUE EDUCATION
Thurs

3rd   Sem

All Hons

Sans SR

.

 

All Hons

Sans MADHU

TUTORIAL

 

 

All Hons

Sans SM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GE III(Gr A)

 

GE for  Hons Students

 

 

 

 

GE III(Gr B) 

Sans MADHU

 

COMPUTER

Sans

 

 

                      

 

 

 

SEC

YOGA

 

Thurs

5th   Sem

All Hons

Sans SM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans SM

TUTORIAL

 

 

All Hons

Sans SR

.

DSE (Pure Gen)

Sans MADHU

  SPOKEN ENGLISH

Sans

 

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

 

 

SOFT SKILL TRAINING/

GARDENING

FRI

1st Sem

MAJOR                                          

Sans SM

CLASS TEST/ASSIGNMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMPUTER

Sans

 

 

MAJOR

Sans SR

TUTORIAL

 

 

MEETING SLOT/

MENTOR WARD/

SEMINAR/

OTHER STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES

 

 

VAC YOGA AEC
Fri

3rd Sem

All Hons

Sans SR

 

 

GE III(Gr A)

 

GE for  Hons Students

 

GE III(Gr B) 

Sans SM

 

Hons

Sans MALLIKA(ONLINE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEETING SLOT/

MENTOR WARD/

SEMINAR/

OTHER STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES

 

MEETING SLOT/

MENTOR WARD/

SEMINAR/

OTHER STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES

 

All Hons

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

. TUTORIAL

 

 

Fri

5th Sem

All Hons

Sans MALLIKA(ONLINE)

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans SM

 

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

 

 

 

 

  MEETING SLOT/

MENTOR WARD/

SEMINAR/

OTHER STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES

 

MEETING SLOT/

MENTOR WARD/

SEMINAR/

 OTHER STUDENTS’ ACTIVITIES

 

All Hons

Sans

 

 

SAT

1st Sem

SEC

Sans MALLIKA

 

MINOR B

 

MINOR A

Sans MALLIKA

TUTORIAL

 

 

MDC SRIJONI SPORTS/

 OUTREACH ACTIVITIES/

 GARDENING

SAT

3rd  Sem

All Hons

Sans

 

 

All Hons

Sans SM

TUTORIAL

 

 

 

GE – III (A+B)

Sans SM

 

 

SRIJONI COMPETITIVE EXAM COACHING SPORTS/

ADD ON COURSE/

 OUTREACH ACTIVITIES/

GARDENING

SAT

5th  Sem

All Hons

Sans SM

TUTORIAL

 

 

 

All Hons

Sans MALLIKA

 

 

All Hons

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

 

 

 

SRIJONI All Hons

Sans PRA(ONLINE)

 

 

 

 

SPORTS/

ADD ON COURSE

 OUTREACH ACTIVITIES/

GARDENING

 

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Continuos Evaluation

The Department of Sanskrit has instituted a comprehensive system of continuous assessment for its students, comprising class work, class tests, and periodic examinations throughout the academic year. Demonstrating an unwavering commitment to nurturing the holistic development of its students, the department endeavors to cater to the diverse learning needs of both adept and struggling learners alike. To facilitate this, instructors diligently administer regular class tests, mock examinations, and internal assessments at frequent intervals. Notably, the department orchestrates strategic test sessions immediately preceding the final year examinations, affording students ample opportunity to adequately prepare themselves for the culminating academic assessments.

Sample question papers are given below.

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Extension activities 

Serial No Date Name and designation of  Resource Person

 

Topic
1. 27.07.2023 Dr. Sutapa Ray

Associate Professor, Lady Brabourne College, Calcutta

Prose Romance: Dandi and his literary work
2. 19.07.2023 Dr. Rohini Dharmapal

Assistant Professor, RKSMVivekananda Vidyabhavan

Psychological Analysis of Srimadbhagabadgita

And its relation with Rabindramusic

3. 05.07.2021

ONLINE

Prof. Sarbani Banerjee

Professor,

Dept. of Philosophy

Rabindra Bharati University

 

Ramakrishna- Vivekananda Darshan
4. 26.06.2021

ONLINE

Dr. Rimi Ghosh Dastidar

Assistant Professor,

Dept of Bengali

P.R.Thakur Govt. College

 

Computational Linguistics
5. 24.01.2021. ONLINE(in collaboration with GRC) Prof. Ratna Basu

Ex-Professor,Dept.of Sanskrit, University of Calcutta

 

Eloquence and social consciousness of women as depicted in the Sanskrit creative literature
6. 15.06.2020

ONLINE

Dr. Sarbani Bhattacharya

Associate Professor,APC College, New Barrackpore

 

Prose Romance and  some modern Sanskrit authors
7. 03.07.2020

ONLINE

Ruby Seth

Teacher,Prabartak Nari Mandir, Chandannagar

 

Sanskrit Studies And Vidyasagar
8. 29.11.2020

ONLINE

Suparna Sengupta,

Assistant Professor,Sister Nivedita Govt General Degree College for Girls

 

Delhi Topra Edict of Bisaladeva
9. 13.12.19 Mr Vishwarupa Mondol

Assistant Professor,Tarakeshwar College

 

Indian Philosophy
10. 11.09.2019 Prof. Ratna Basu

Ex-Professor,Dept.of Sanskrit, University of Calcutta

 

Figures of speech
11. 19.3.2019 Suparna Sengupta

Assistant  Professor

Hoogly Mohosin College

 

Grammar-Case Endings
12. 20.8.2019 Dr.Tamonash Chakraborty

Assistant Professor

Barasat  Govt. College

 

Tarkasamgraha
13. 17.2.2018

 

Dr.Pradip Chandra Das

Assistant Professor

RabindraBharati University

 

Vishrutacarita
14.  

19.7.2018

Dr.Tamonash Chakraborty

Assistant Professor

Barasat  Govt. College

 

Karak-bibhakti
15.  

22.09.2018

Dr. Sarbani Bhattacharya

Associate Professor,APC College, New Barrackpore

 

Kalidas o Bhasa-tulanamulak alochana
16.  

18.11.2018

Prof. (Dr)Didhiti Biswas

Ex-Professor,Dept.of Sanskrit, University of Calcutta

 

Women Empowerment at Vedic age

 

INTER-DEPARTMENTAL  SERIES OF WEB-TALK

Department of Sanskrit organizes a series of online web-talk on Western Logic on 9.7.21 and 10.7.21. All the students of sem-6 of department of Sanskrit and the students of sem-2 of  department of Philosophy have been participated. Pravrajika Ishtatmaprana, HOD, Department of Philosophy took the classes.

INTER-COLLEGE  WEB-TALK  SERIES

  • The departments of Sanskrit of RKSMVV and APC College jointly organize web talk series on Bongiyadarshanchinta on 6th & 9th August 2021.The most eminent speaker Dr. Loknath Chakraborty, Associate Professor of Sanskrit of Sanskrit College has delivered  two special  lectures on Gaudiyavaishnavadarshan  and  Shaktadarshan.
  • The departments of Sanskrit of RKSMVV and APC College jointly organize web talk series on Bangadeshe Vedacharcha on 7th and 8th May,2022. Professor  Didhiti  Biswas, Ex-Professor of Sanskrit of University of Calcutta has delivered  two special

 

  • The department of Sanskrit, RKSMVV in collaboration with Howrah Sanskrita Sahitya Samaj organized an online lecture series on Computational Linguistics by Prof Ratna Basu Ex-Professor of Sanskrit of University of Calcutta on11th , 12th , 24th and 25th

State Level Webinar:

The departments of Sanskrit and IQAC of RKSMVV and APC College, New Barrackpore jointly organize a one-day state level webinar on “Shataborshe E Yuger Gargi Sukumari Bhattacharya” to celebrate the 100th birth anniversary of the well-known Sanskrit scholar Professor Sukumari Bhattacharya on 11.09.2020.

One Day INTER-DISCIPLINARY Workshop on Research Methodology

One day inter-disciplinary workshop on Research Methodology

was jointly organized by Departments of Education, Philosophy, and Sanskrit of

RKSM Vivekananda Vidyabhavan  in collaboration with IQAC , RKSM Vivekananda Vidyabhavan.

National Level Seminar

IQAC & Department of Sanskrit , Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan in collaboration with IQAC & Department of Sanskrit , Acharya Prafulla Chandra College, New barrackpore had organized a one day State Level Seminar on Desh-Kal-Samaj er prekhite Rama Chowdhury-Srijib Nyaytirtha -Ambikaduttavyas er Sahityakirti on December 13, 2022.

EVENT REPORT
1. Name: “Prose Romance: Dandi and his literary work”.Category: Extension Lecture
Organising unit: Department of Sanskrit,RKSMVV
Date: 27.7.2023
Time: 11.45am
Number of Students: 22
Number of Resource Person: One
Name of Resource Person:
Dr. Sutapa Roy
Associate Professor
Lady Brabourne College
Number of Beneficiaries: All Students of Semester 1(Hons and General)
Brief description of the event:
Department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic of “Prose Romance: Dandi and his literary work”.
Dr. Sutapa Roy has delivered a relevant and informative speech on Dandi and his poetical excellence.

PROGRAMME OUTCOME:
Students of 1st year honours and general have enriched their conceptions with the knowledge of  ancient prose literature and especially the style and art of Dandi, reflected in ‘Dashakumarcharitam’.


2. NAME -Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit :Department of Sanskrit
Date-19th July,2023
Time-1.45pm
Number of students -30
Number of Resource Person-1
Name of Resource Person- Dr. Rohini Dharmapal Assistant Professor, Department of Education
Number of beneficiaries -33
Brief Description of the event – Dr Rohini Dharmapal had delivered a lecture on Gita and its Psychological analysis and its relation with Rabindramusic. Students enjoyed her lecture.
Programme Outcome-Understanding the ageless guiding principles of the Bhagavad Gita can help our students to gain a deep insight into the how’s and why’s of everyday life.

3. Name: Extension Lecture (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date :05.07.2021
Time:11.15pm
Number of Students:13
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Prof. Sarbani Banerjee, Department of Philosophy, Rabindra Bharati University.
Number of Beneficiaris:All 6th Semester Students.
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic Ramakrishna Vivekananda Darshan. Prof. Sarbani Banerjee has delivered a relevant speech on Ramakrishna Vivekananda Darshan.
Programme Outcome: The lecture was excellent and every student enjoyed it. This lecture helped them to  understand the Philosophy of Ramakrishna- Vivekananda  properly.

4. Name: Extension Lecture (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 26.06.2021
Time: 12.15pm
Number of Students:13
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Dr.Rimi Ghosh Dastidar, Assistant Professor, Department of Bengali, P.R.Thakur Govt. College.
Number of Beneficiaries: 35(All 6th semester Students of RKSMVV and APC College)
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic of ‘Computational Linguistics ‘.Dr.Rimi Ghosh Dastidar has delivered a wonderful lecture on this topic and she also discussed the question answer that asked by our students.
Programme Outcome:
Computational linguistics is the application of computer science to the analysis and comprehension to written and spoken language . This topic is very important to discuss with our students.The lecture was excellent .Every student enjoyed it .At the end of the session She took a question answer session and this was very helpful to clear all doubts of our students.

5. Name: Seminar (Online)Category: Seminar
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV in collaboration with Gender Resource Centre,RKSMVV
Date: 24.01.2021
Time:11.15
Number of Students:30
Number of Resource Person: 1
Name of Resource Person:Prof . Ratna Basu ,Ex-Professor , Department of Sanskrit, University of Calcutta.
Number of Beneficiaries:65
Brief Description of the Event: Department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Eloquence and Social Consciousness of Women as Depicted in the Sanskrit Creative Literature ‘. Professor Ratna Basu has delivered an informative speech on eloquence and social consciousness of women as Depicted in Sanskrit creative literature.
Programme Outcome : How Eloquence and Social Consciousness of Women as Depicted in the Sanskrit Creative Literature beautifully explained by Professor Ratna Basu . Students enrich their knowledge with the lecture and their interest increased to know Sanskrit Creative Literature.



6. Name: Extension lecture (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date:15.06.2020
Time:1.45pm
Number of Students:20
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Dr. Sarbani Bhattacharya, Associate Professor,APC College,New Barrackpore.
Number of Beneficiaries:20
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Prose Romance and Some Modern Sanskrit Authors’.Dr.Sarbani Bhattacharya has delivered relevant and informative speech on prose romance and some modern Sanskrit authors .
Programme Outcome:This lecture helped students to know the Sanskrit author from different parts of India. Dr.Sarbani Bhattacharya discussed all about prose romance and explained with examples.

7. Name: Extension Lecture (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 29.11.2020
Time: 11.15pm
Number of Students:15
Number of Resource Person: 1
Name of Resource Person:Suparna Sengupta,Assistant professor, Sister Nibedita Govt.Degree College for girls.
Number of Beneficiaries: 15
Brief Description of the Event: Department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Delhi Topra Edict of Bisaladeva’. Professor Suparna Sengupta has delivered an informative speech on this topic.
Programme Outcome:  This lecture helps to know our ancient epigraphical history and it motivates our students to read Epigraphy.

8. Name: Extension Lecture (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 03.07.2020
Time:11.15pm
Number of Students:
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Ruby Seth, Teacher,Prabartak Nari Mandir, Chandannagar.
Number of Beneficiaries:
Brief Description of the Event: Department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Sanskrit Studies and Vidyasagar ‘. Teacher Ruby Seth has delivered a wonderful speech on this topic.
Programme Outcome: Vidyasagar made significant contributions to various fields, including education, women’s rights, and Sanskrit Studies . Vidyasagar’s  contribution for Sanskrit studies in British India and its impact on society Cleared in the class.Our students get  inspiration in this class for learning Sanskrit.

9. Name: Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 20.08.2019
Time:12.15pm
Number of Students: 16
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Dr.Tamonash Chakroborty, Assistant Professor, Barasat Govt. College.
Number of Beneficiaris: All the Students of 3rd year and some other students.
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Tarkasamgraha’. Dr. Tamonash Chakraborty has delivered a wonderful speech on Tarkasamgraha .
Programme Outcome: All the 3rd year students enrich their philosophical thought with the lecture of Tamonash Chakraborty on Tarkasamgraha. And after the session they get a clear knowledge on Tarkasamgraha.and the students enjoyed the lecture.
10. Name: Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date:19.03.2019
Time:12.15pm
Number of Students:25
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Suparna Sengupta, Assistant Professor, Hooghly Mohosin College.
Number of Beneficiaris:All the 1st year students (Hons+Gen.) And Some other students of our department.
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Grammer and Case ending ‘.Suparna Sengupta has delivered a speech on Sanskrit Grammar and Case ending and She shows in the class how to do case ending.
Programme Outcome: All the Students who are joined the class benefited greatly. Some Students has fear about Sanskrit Grammar but after joined this lecture the fear was gone.
11. Name: Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 20.08.2019
Time:12.15pm
Number of Students: 16
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Dr.Tamonash Chakroborty, Assistant Professor, Barasat Govt. College.
Number of Beneficiaris: All the Students of 3rd year and some other students.
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Tarkasamgraha’. Dr. Tamonash Chakraborty has delivered a wonderful speech on Tarkasamgraha .
Programme Outcome: All the 3rd year students enrich their philosophical thought with the lecture of Tamonash Chakraborty on Tarkasamgraha. And after the session they get a clear knowledge on Tarkasamgraha.and the students enjoyed the lecture.
12. Name: Extension lectureCategory: Extension lecture
Organizing Unit : Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 17.2.2018
Time : 12.5pm
Number of Students: 20
Number of Resource Person – 1
Name of Resource Person – Dr. Pradip Chandra Das , Assistant Professor ,Rabindra Bharati University
Number of Beneficiaris : All students of Semester 3(Hons+Gen).
Brief Description of the Event: Department of Sanskrit has arranged an extension lecture on the topic of ‘Vishrutacaritam ‘.  Dr. Pradip Chandra Das deleverd an informative speech on Vishrutacaritam.He discussed the writer of Vishrutacaritam, the story and how write question answer etc.
Programme Outcome: All the students benefited a lot . Their interest increased to read Vishrutacaritam and they learned a lot about the writer Dandi.
13. Name: Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organizing Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 19.07.2018
Time: 11.15pm
Number of Students: 23
Number of Resource Person: 1
Name of Resource Person: Dr. Tamonash Chakraborty, Assistant Professor, Barasat Govt. College.
Number of Beneficiaris: All the 3rd Year Students of Sanskrit department.
Brief Description of the Event: Our Sanskrit department has arranged an extension lecture on the topic Karak bivakti’. Dr. Tamonash chakroborty has discussed how much important Karak bivakti in Sanskrit Grammar and he discussed all case endings. It was a beautiful session.
Programme Outcome : First of all their fear was gone about case endings(karak bivakti) in Sanskrit Grammar. All the Students enjoyed the session. They also learned how to give answer about case ending in examination.
14. Name: Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organizing Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 22.09.2018
Time: 12.15pm
Number of Students: 20
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Dr. Sarbani Bhattacharya, Associate Professor, Apc College,New Barakpur.
Number of Beneficiaris:All 2nd year students of our department.
Brief Description of the Event: Our Sanskrit department has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘ A Comparative Discussion on the Mahakabi Kalidas and Vasa ‘. Dr.Sarbani Bhattacharya delivered a speech on The comparative discussion on Mahakavi  Kalidas and Vasa. And She  beautifully described their influence on Sanskrit literature.
Programme Outcome: Our Students interest increased to know the Sanskrit poet They got a lot of new information about Mahakavi Kalidas and Vasa.
15. Name: Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date :18.11.2018
Time: 11.15 pm
Number of Students: 22
Number of Resource Person: 1
Name of Resource Person: Prof.(Dr.)Didhiti Biswas, Ex Professor, Department of Sanskrit, University of Calcutta.
Number of Beneficiaris: All students of 3rd Year and Some interested Students of our department.
Brief Description of the Event:The department of Sanskrit has arranged a extension lecture on the topic ‘Women Empowerment at Vedic Age ‘.Prof.Didhiti Biswas has delivered a relivent and informative speech on Women empowerment at Vedic Age.
Programme Outcome: Students enrich their conception with the knowledge of Women empowerment at Vedic Age. Students get a lot of new information. They also motivated and enjoyed the session.
16. Name: Extension LectureCategory: Extension Lecture
Organizing Unit: Department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV
Date: 13.12.2019
Time: 12.15pm
Number of Students: 15
Number of Resource Person: 1
Name of Resource Person: Mr. Biswarup Mandol, Assistant Professor, Tarakeswar College.
Number of Beneficiaries: All the 3rd Year Students of our department.
Brief Description of the Event: Our Sanskrit department has arranged an extension lecture on the topic ‘Indian Philosophy’. Mr. Biswarup Mondol has delivered an informative lecture on Indian philosophy.
Programme Outcome : The lecture on Indian philosophy is very important for our 3rd year students because it is included in  their syllabus. It is also helpful to others who are interested in Indian philosophy. This lecture motivated some students who wanted to read philosophy in their higher studies. At the End question answer session was very helpful for our students.

17. Name: INTER -COLLEGE WEB TALK SERIES (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit:The department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV and APC College.
Date: 06.008.2021 &07.08.2021
Time :11.15pm
Number of Students:35
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Dr.Loknath Chakraborty , Associate Professor, Department of Sanskrit, Of Sanskrit College.
Number of Beneficiaries: 40
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV and APC College has jointly organized an extension lecture on the topic ‘ Bangiyadarshanchinta’.
The most eminent speaker Dr. Loknath Chakraborty has delivered two special lecture on Gaudiya Vaishnava Darshan and Shaktadarshan .
Programme Outcome: All the Students enrich their conception with the knowledge of Gaudiya Vaishnava Darshan and Shaktadarshan .Dr.Loknath Chakroborty also discussed questions & answers for the students.

18. Name: Lecture Series (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: The department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV in Collaboration with howrah Sanakrita Sahitya Samaj.
Date:11.03.2022,12.03.2022, 13.03.2022,& 14 .03.2022
Time :12.15pm
Number of Students: 60
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Professor Ratna Basu, Ex- Professor of the department of Sanskrit of University of Calcutta.
Number of Beneficiaries: 60
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV and Howrah Sanskrita Sahitya Samaj jointly organized a lecturer series on the topic ‘Computational Linguistics ‘. Professor Ratna Basu has delivered lectures on this topic in this lecture series.
Programme Outcome:Computational linguistics is the application of computer science to the analysis and comprehension to written and spoken language . Professor Ratna Basu took her classes in an analytical and practical way . The lecture was excellent .Every student enjoyed it .At the end of the session She took a question answer session and this was very helpful to clear all doubts of our students.

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19. Name :Inter departmental Web talk(online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: Department of Sanskrit.
Date: 09.07 2021 & 10.07 2021
Time :11.15pm
Number of Students:25
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Pravrajika Ishtatmaprana ,HOD, Department of Philosophy of RKSMVV .
Number of Beneficiaries: All the Students of Sem-6 of the Department of Sanskrit and all the students of sem-2 of the Department of Philosophy.
Brief Description of the Event: The department of Sanskrit has arranged a web talk series on the topic of Indian logic and Western logic. Pravrajika Ishtatmaprana has delivered her valuable lecture on this topic.
Programme Outcome: How one can solve Indian and Western logic and its analytical thing was cleared in her lecture .Every student enjoyed the lectures.
20. Name: WEB TALK SERIES (Online)Category: Extension Lecture
Organising Unit: The department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV and APC College.
Date: 07.05.2022& 08.05.2022.
Time :11.15 am
Number of Students: 30
Number of Resource Person:1
Name of Resource Person: Professor Didhiti Biswas,Ex-professor of department of Sanskrit of University of Calcutta.
Number of Beneficiaries: 30
Brief Description of the Event:The department of Sanskrit of RKSMVV and APC College jointly organized two extension lecture on the topic ‘ Bangadeshe Vedacharca’. Professor Didhiti Biswas has delivered two special lectures on this topic.
Programme Outcome: The professor Didhiti Biswas has explained analytically with examples how Vedic practice was prevalent in Bengal.

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 SEMINARS

21. Name: Shatabarshe e juger Gargi Sukumari BhattacharyaCategory: State Level Webinar
Organizing Unit: IQAC and Department of Sanskrit, Acharya Prafulla Chandra College and RKSMVV
Date: 11.09.2020
Time: 4.30 pm
Number of Students: 90
Number of Resource Person: 2
Name of Resource Person: Sukumari Bhattacharya.
Number of Beneficiaries: 96
Brief Description of the Event: Department of Sanskrit and IQAC of Acharya Prafulla Chandra College and RKSMVV has jointly organized a State Level Seminar  on “Shatabarshe e yuger Gargi’ . Sukumari Bhattacharya” . The programme started at 4:30 pm with the Vedic Chanting by the students of RKSMVV followed by an informative and excellent welcome address by Dr. Chaiti Mitra, IQAC Coordinator, RKSMVV. Opening remarks and introduction of the programme was given by Dr. Sanghamitra Mukherjee, HOD, Dept.of  Sanskrit, RKSMVV.. She emphasized the need of literary contributions of Sukumari Bhattacharya..
Next, it was Dr. Saktibrata Bhowmik, the Principal of APC College, who presented forth a speech in which he cordially welcomed and shared his gratitude to all the people present. He also emphasized on the importance of the seminar and hoped for this seminar to culminate into a successful and enriching one.Afterwards Dr. Didhiti Biswas and Dr. Nilanjana Sikdar elaborately discussed the literary creations of Sukumaridi. These speeches were followed by question, discussion and view points of the participants and  speakers.
Programme Outcome :  All the participants enjoyed the session. Sukumari Bhattacharya was a profound scholar and humanitarian who worked towards gender equality and freedom of expression for women during her lifetime. She had a tremendous command over so many languages beginning from her vernacular Bengali to Sanskrit, English, German, French, Pali and the list only gets longer. Her adherence to secularism, her engagement in almost all the avenues of language and her involvement in different branches of philosophical understanding made her one of the greatest luminaries of her time.
 

22. National Level SeminarName: Desh-Kal-Samaj er prekhite Rama Chowdhury-SriJib Nyaytirtha- Ambikaduttavyas er Sahityakirti
Category: State Level Seminar Organising unit:
Date 13.12.2022
Time10.30 am
Number of Students: 120 From RKSMVV: 40
From APC College: 80
Number of Teachers: 15 From RKSMVV: 3
From APC College: 4
Participant Teachers from various colleges:8 Resource Persons

  1. Braja Kishore Swain

Former Head & Professor, Department of DharmasastraShree Jagannath Sanskrit University, Puri, Odisha

  1. Aditi Sarkar

Former Head & Professor, Department of Sanskrit University of Burdwan

  1. Ayan Bhattacharya

Former HOD & Professor, Department of SanskritWest Bengal State University Number of beneficiaries: 120 students are the beneficiaries

Brief description of the event:

IQAC & Department of Sanskrit , Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan in collaboration with IQAC & Department of Sanskrit , Acharya Prafulla Chandra College, New barrackpore had organized a one day State Level Seminar on Desh-Kal-Samaj er prekhite Rama Chowdhury-Srijib Nyaytirtha-Ambikaduttavyas er Sahityakirti on December 13, 2022. The seminar focused on the literary works of Rama Chowdhury, Srijib Nyaytirtha and Ambikaduttavyas. The programme started at 10:30 am with the Vedic Chanting by the students of RKSMVV followed by welcome address by Dr. Chaiti Mitra, IQAC Coordinator, RKSMVV. Opening remarks and introduction of the programme was given by Dr. Sanghamitra Mukherjee, HOD, Dept. of Sanskrit, RKSMVV.. She emphasized the need of literary contributions of modern Sanskrit Scholars.

Next, it was Dr. Saktibrata Bhowmik, the Principal of APC College, who presented forth a speech in which he cordially welcomed and shared his gratitude to all the people present. He also emphasized on the importance of the seminar and hoped for this seminar to culminate into a successful and enriching one.

The 1st Technical Session started at 11.15 am with the deliverance of a speech by the Resource Person Prof. Braja Kishore Swain on Chipitakcharvane Bastubhaivam. Our next honourable speaker Prof. Aditi Sarkar delivered a speech on the comparative study of Shivrajbijaya by Ambikaduttavyasa andMaharashtrajivanaprobhata by Rameshchandra Dutta.. Following Prof. Sarkar, the last and third speech was delivered by the eminent Speaker Prof. Ayan Bhattacharya on Alankarsastradrishtya Jugajivana natakasya samutkarshe tatroupasthapitadeshkalsamajasthite prabhaba.

These speeches were followed by question, discussion and view points of the participants and speakers. This session was concluded by Pravrajika Vedarupaprana, the Principal,RKSMVV.

In the post lunch sessions participants presented their paper in academic sessions. chaired by Dr. Sarbani  Bhattacharya, Dept of Sanskrit, APC College.

Certificates were distributed to the participants at last. The programme was ended with vote of thanks by Dr. Sarbani Bhattacharya.

Outcome :

  • In the syllabus of CBCS, the literary works of Rama Chowdhury, Srijib Nyaytirtha and Ambikaduttavyas has been included as per the curriculum. But, there are no books published that focus and contain the literary works and thereby not providing the opportunity to the teachers and students to avail the works. This seminar aimed at reaching out to their literary works through the various speeches by our Eminent Resource Persons. The various research papers that were presented by the researchers of the different esteemed institutions also helped the students to comprehend the eclectic literary works of the honorable authors.

 

23. Name: One Day Interdisciplinary Workshop on Research Methodology

Category: Workshop

Organizing Unit:  Jointly organized by Departments  of Education,Philosophy,and Sanskrit of RKSMVV in Collaboration with IQAC, RKSM Vivekananda Vidyabhavan.

Date:01.12.2022

Time: 10.30am to 3.45pm

Number of Students:100

Number of Resource Person:3

Name of Resource Person:

  • Mousumi Guha, Department of Philosophy,Jadavpur University.
  • Debosree Banerjee, Department of Education, University of Calcutta.
  • Prof.Ratna Basu , Department of Sanskrit, University of Calcutta.
  • Number of Beneficiaries: 100

Brief Description of the Event:The department of Sanskrit, Philosophy and Education jointly organized a Seminar on Research Methodology . Welcome address  was given by Pravrajika Vedarupaprana and inaugural address given by Dr.Bidisha Chatterjee on behalf of IQAC.. Prof.Mousumi Guha delivered a relevant speech on Research – The first steps. Professor Deboshree Banerjee gave a lecture on Quantitative – Qualitative Method and Tools of Data Collection . Professor Ratna Basu has delivered a wonderful speech on Literature Review and Bibliography. There was also an interactive session and hands-on training .

Programme Outcome: The WorkShop is very important for every students specially who are interested in higher education in their subjects. The Seminar helped to clear all doubts and questions about Research Methodology. It practically helped students to understand all about Research Methodology. It was a wonderful informative motivative session of our students.

Departmental Policy for Slow and Advanced Learners on the basis of minutes of departmental meeting held on 14/07/2022

At first identification of slow and advanced learners was done from class through class-response/performance of respective students within one month from the commencement of their classes. Moreover regular assessments, teacher observations and input from parents or guardians also help to identify the slow learners. 

  • Slow and advanced learners of semester II & IV are identified on the basis of their performance of previous tests as well as on the ability to participate in classroom activities.
  • Students are enlisted as slow learners and advanced learners with the objective of improving their academic proficiency.
  • Assessment of student quality made by teachers in individual capacity in terms of the following:
  1. Discussion in classes
  2. Asking relevant questions in class
  • Evaluation of knowledge through question-answer sessions
  1. Student seminars, projects, group discussions micro teaching etc.
  2. Written class assignments, class tests, oral tests, tutorials
  • Assessment made by teachers is discussed in a single agendum departmental meeting
  • Help is provided to slow learners in terms of monitoring their reading and writing abilities. Students are repeatedly told that they should read the Sanskrit text books thoroughly. All the teachers give written answers and study materials to them. They are asked to prepare notes themselves if they want more simple and easily comprehendible answers which will be easy to remember. They are encouraged to get these notes corrected by respective teachers. They are also advised to write within a time limit so as to facilitate their writing speed.
  • Advanced learners are encouraged join seminars and talks both online and offline on various topics on their respective courses. They are also advised to prepare Power point presentations, participate in group discussions on topics both within and outside the purview of the syllabus both within and outside the College

SLOW LEARNERS

  • Special monitoring is done by individual teachers in and outside classrooms to assist slow learners. We provide small group instruction or one-on-one tutoring for slow learners. This allows for more personalized attention and tailored instruction.
  • Important points and topics are highlighted, referral and class notes are simplified so that slow learners can learn without any difficulty. We adapt the Sanskrit curriculum to suit the learning needs and pace of slow learners. This might involve simplifying materials, breaking lessons into smaller segments, or providing additional resources
  • Special importance is given to them in tutorial classes.
  • We continuously monitor the progress of slow learners and adjust teaching strategies as needed. We take regular feedback from parents .
  • We allow slow learners extra time to complete assignments and assessments in the tutorials.This can help reduce anxiety and allow them to demonstrate their understanding.
  • We provide emotional and behavioral support as needed because slow learners may experience frustration or low self-esteem. There is counseling as well as  mentoring session for the benefit  of the students.

ADVANCE  LEARNERS

  • Advanced learners are encouraged to prepare write ups on topics related to the syllabus.
  • We conduct periodic assessments to track the progress and development of advanced learners, providing constructive feedback and adjusting support as needed
  • Conceptual learning is encouraged for the advanced learners.
  • We provide advanced learners with opportunities for specialized training, workshops, or courses that cater to their specific needs and interests.
  •  We allow advanced learners to participate in research projects and collaborative initiatives.
  • Advanced learners are also encouraged to participate and present papers in students’ seminars. We ensure that advanced learners have access to necessary resources, including books, journals, software, and equipment, to support their learning and research endeavors.

Attendance registers are prepared for semesters I, II & V and semesters II, IV & VI respectively. Assessment is given in the form of write-ups on important topics, classroom discussions on relevant parts of the syllabus, collaborative projects and individual home assignments. Question papers are also preserved for reference.

University Results

Year Appeared Passed 1st Class College topper University Ranks
2020 11 11 6 Not declared
2019 13 13 3 MADHUMITA  GHOSH 4th and 8th
2018 15 15 4 NANDITA  DAS 7th
2017 2 2 2 PAYEL SANA 6th

Student progression

Student progression Against % enrolled
Pursing higher studies 75%
PG to M.Phil/ Preparing competitive exams 20%
B. Ed or equivalent 20%
Qualified NET/ SET 2%
Employed:

Part time Permanent

45%
Entrepreneurship/self- employment 60%

TOPPER IN MA in 2020 – Ratnadeep Mondal stood second in MA Examination having Vedas as her special paper from Sanskrit  College  and University. Pursuing higher studies – Majority of students are studying M.A. from various Universities. Preparing for Competitive Exams B.Ed or equivalent Qualified NET
Employed (in probation or part-time) Employed (permanent) – Any other

NET/SET EMPLOYED PERMANENT EMPLOYED (IN PROBATION) SACT-1
2020 SONALI NANDY HDFC LIFE

(Life Advisor)

2019 HARAPRIYA HATI SUSMITA  SAHA SREE CHAITANYA MAHAVIDYALAYA, HABRA
2018 ANINDITA CHAKRABORY TATA  CONSULTANCY SERVICES
2017 HARAPRIYA HATI
2016 SUSMITA  SAHA

Co-curricular Awards

Session Names Rank Event)
2020 Dolon Sarader

 

1st Bhajan
Dolon Sarader

Disha Mistri

3rd Sanskrit Recitation
Dolon Sarader 3rd Nazrulgeeti
Hrittrisha Ghosh 2nd Alpana
2019 Dolon Sarader 1st Nazrulgeeti
Dolon Sarader 1st Sanskrit Recitation
Priya Manna 3rd Sanskrit Recitation
2018 Rinki Dolui 1st Alpana
Rinki Dolui 2nd Painting
Nandita Das Special Prize Shrine Work
Banasree Singh Special Prize Shrine Work
Priya Ruidas 1st Sanskrit Recitation
2018 Madhumita Mondal 2nd Sanskrit Recitation
Suparna Adhikari 3rd Sanskrit Recitation

 

UNIVERSITY RANK HOLDERS

YEAR NAME RANK
2014 SUSMITA  SAHA 6TH
2017 PAYEL SANA 8TH
2018 NANDITA  DAS 4TH
2018 ARPITA  SARKAR 10TH
2019 MADHUMITA  GHOSH 4TH
2019 ANURADHA  BAIDYA 8TH
Dr. Suchismita Khanra (Joardar) Assistant Professor, Department of Sanskrit Victoria Institution (College) Kolkata
I am proud to be an alumnus of Ramakrishna Sarada Mission Vivekananda Vidyabhavan. It is not merely an academic institution, but a temple of learning for me. I found profound bliss in the lush greenery of the college campus as well as in the serenity and the politics-free environment. The disciplined college life, the well-stocked library and above all the student-teacher bonding offered an excellent academic atmosphere. Not only the syllabus-oriented lessons, but also the daily Morning Prayer, the cultural activities throughout the year and the moral lessons enriched me a lot and helped me greatly to become a better version of myself. I can hardly forget the individual attention, immense support and continuous inspiration that I had received from my teachers. I express my sincere gratitude to my teachers, because of whom I have become what I am today. I feel, indeed, lucky enough to be a member of the Vidyabhavan-family and I shall cherish the sweet memories of the golden years of my precious college-life forever.