MemberJanuary 26, 2016 at 9:49 am
Where should I study Sanskrit I want to study so please help me by giving suggestions.
MemberMarch 14, 2016 at 11:17 am
Sanskrit is taken as a holy language in Nepal. If you want to study Sanskrit after SLC then Higher Secondary Educational Board (HSEB) offers diploma or plus 2 course in Sanskrit. You can study Sanskrit in any college mainly education focused college. And, if you are trying to study Sanskrit language after plus 2 (10 +2) then the good affiliation is Tribhuvan University. In Kathmandu, Trinity College, Kathmandu University (KU) etc offers Sanskrit Language course in Nepal. There is a nice scope of studying Sanskrit in Nepal because nowadays there are not so much ‘Pandit’ in Nepal as well as teachers to teach Sanskrit language. If you want to study Sanskrit from the basic Level then you can start it after SLC. And, if you want to study Sanskrit language from the very first beginning then there are few Aashrams in Nepal which can effectively help you to study Sanskrit language.
MemberDecember 26, 2016 at 2:50 am
Nepal Sanskrit University, the then Mahendra sanskrit University established in 1986 under Mahendra Sanskrit Act 2043, was established with the objectives to systematize Sanskrit education up to higher level, to preserve and promote its achievements , and develop Nepal into a centre for learning Sanskrit language and literature. Nepal Sanskrit University aims at producing qualified scholars to safeguard national culture and produce competent men power in Aurveda, Jyoutisha, Yogic Sciences, and naturopathy along with Sanskrit Scholars to meet the national and international need. NSU runs classes in modern subjects like Nepali, English, Economics, Mathematics, Political Science and Pure science keeping view with the demand of time and need of the country. Apart from regular programmes ,Nsu runs mini research along with PhD progrmme. Research Center , a separate wing to carry research work , has been set up in Kathmandu .
Bishwobhasa Campus Anyone who has completed secondary level education is eligible to apply for any language program offered by the Campus. However, a bachelor’s degree is a must to join ‘Advanced /Writing English’ program.
Admission dates are as follows:
For Foreign Students – July until the end of May (for the Summer Semester) and February until the end of December (for the Winter semester).
For Nepalese Students – January (for the Winter semester) and the end of June until mid-July (for the Summer semester).
Semesters run from the 16th July to the middle of December and from the 1st February until the middle of June.
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