A Three-Level Course in Sanskrit

        We are glad to launch a series of Courses in Sanskrit for the general public. Name of the course: Communicative Sanskrit. It has three-levels: Preliminary, Intermediate, and Advanced

        The Rationale: Many cherish strong desire to learn Sanskrit but do not know where and how to pick up the language. Some as they grow by, come to see its significance and splendour but find no avenues open for them at their age. University students of philosophy wade through forests of translated works and eventually realize the indispensability of Sanskrit learning. The pious, and orthodox, of course have innate affinity for Sanskrit but due to circumstantial constricts are not always given to study it with the due attention it deserves. For all such here is a golden opportunity to learn the language in all sincerity and see for themselves the invaluable treasures of knowledge contained therein.

        "My idea is first of all to bring out the gems of spirituality that are stored up in our books... I want to make them popular. I want to bring out these ideas and let them be the common property of all, of every man in India... The great difficulty in the way is the Sanskrit language--the glorious language of ours... Therefore the ideas must be taught in the language of the people; at the same time, Sanskrit education must go on along with it, because the very sound of Sanskrit words gives a prestige and a power and a strength to the race. (CW.3. p.290)"

Detatils of the Course

        For Whom: Any one who yearns to learn Sanskrit from the beginning.

        Age Limit: No upper limit     Eligibilty: Higher Secondary pass.

        Class Timings: Every Sunday there will be morning and afternoon batches. You may choose any one as per your convenience.
Morning Batch: 9.00 am to 12.30 pm     Afternoon Batch: 1.00 pm to 4.30 pm

        Fee: Rs.1000/-             Mandatory: Regularity and Punctuality

        Medium of Instruction: Bengali             Duration: 4 Months (Feb-May, Aug-Nov)

        Venue: Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute, Belur Math Main Campus

        Last date to apply: will be intimated in due course

        Classes begin on: will be intimated in due course


        Personal Attention: Personal attention will be given to help students get over the difficult areas.

        Practical Lessons: Assignments and exercises will be given and each will be individually monitored.

        Pronunciation sessions: Thorough training in the science of pronunciation coupled with several practical sessions.

        Certificate: Certificate will be given only to those who have 85% class attendance and pass in the examination at the end of the course

        Entry to the Intermediate Course: Students with 60% or more marks in the Course-end examination will be eligible for the next level of learning – The Intermediate Course wherein more grammar and language skills shall be taught.

How to Apply:

        Download the Registration Form (that shall be uploaded by the end of November 2017), fill it up and submit in person or by post with the fees in DD/MO/ Cheque drawn in favour of “Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute”. Please write the course name on the envelope. The form should reach the following address on or before the last date that shall be intimated in due course
Address: Head, Department of Sanskrit Studies
                Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute.
                Belur Math, Dist Howrah 711202

        Contact Detatils
          email-ID: sanskrit@rkmvu.ac.in OR samskrit.rkmvu@gmail.com
          Phone: (033)2654-9999
          Mobile: 8230864238, 8296797966

Contact Us

Department of Sanskrit Studies.

School of Indian Heritage
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Educational and Research Institute
PO - Belur Math
Howrah 711202
West Bengal

Email & Phone

Email :   samskrit.rkmvu@gmail.com   or   sanskrit@rkmvu.ac.in

Phone :   (033) 2654 9999

Fax :   (033) 2654 4640

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