Sanskrit is a repository of unlimited invaluable knowledge of Ancient Indian Heritage. While the present focus of program is in Language Technologies and Ayurveda, the Department encourages research in Sanskrit Studies in other disciplines such as Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, Management, etc. The nature of each program is individually decided for each candidate, which will include four courses and a dissertation on an approved topic under the Faculty guidance.
The contents of this page reflect requirements and guideilnes for students entering the doctoral program before September 2018.
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A/ Acharya with minimum of 50% Marks, if desire for registration to 'Vidya Varidhi' curriculum may be permitted for registration by the recommendation of Departmental Research Committee without appearing for the written entrance examination and interview. Candidates are required to submit their filled in prescribed application forms mentioning therein their educational qualification(s) and Department (the subject in which he requires for research) by the due date.
Candidates who have appeared for the final year of examination (required qualification for registration to Vidya Varidhi) in the month of May-June may appear at the written entrance examination of Vidya Varidhi. of alternative objective questions of 20 marks and for another 30 marks 4 essay type questions of 15 marks each will be set out of which candidates have to answer two questions only.
Students are trained to work on the linguistic aspects of samhitās, contextual interpretations, authenticity of existing translations and encouraged to generate data useful for pre-clinical research, based on original texts. The purpose of examination will be to test the understanding of concepts rather than mere memorization.
There will be negative marking for this part, and 0.33 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer. The first sub section consists of 10 marks, wherein the candidate has to write a short note on the topic in which he would like to do research, explaining the methodology involved. with at least 55% marks For more information: sanskrit.uohyd.E-mail: Amba Kulkarni This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. J S R A Prasad This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. F&A Notifications ICSSR PFMS Scheme ICICI Bank Mandate Form for Ac No.There are four subfields under Buddhism: Indian/Theravada Buddhism (not currently offered), Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, Chinese Buddhism, and Japanese Buddhism.Students are trained to teach and do research in the histories, languages and literatures, doctrines, and ritual practices of their chosen traditions.Aside from courses offered in the department on these subjects, students are encouraged to take related courses in Anthropology, Art History, History, EALAC and MESAAS to broaden their training.After one finishes the course work and passes the field exams, it is common to spend at least a year abroad to carry out research on the dissertation.The questions in second and third sub-sections are on the topic of specialisation. Phil Degree or qualified in UGC JRF/RGNF/MANF/ NET/SET/ SLET OR M. in Natural Language Processing / PG Diploma in Computational Linguistics/ PG Diploma in Linguistics/P. Diploma in Manuscriptology / Master’s degree with at least 60% marks in any subject with 2 years of teaching experience in a degree college/Two years of teaching or research experience in the subject concerned or closely related area in a University department or recognized institute of higher learning/a minimum of 3 publications in a recognized refereed journal in the subject in which admission is sought. Student interested in pursuing research in Ayruveda will answer questions related to Ayurveda discipline and those interested in pursuing research in Language technologies will answer questions from Vyakarana, linguistics, NLP, Computational linguistics and Navya Nyaya Ph. However, such candidates are required to produce certificate of required qualification (Acharya or M. with essential percentage of marks) for registration to Vidya Varidhi before the first meeting of the Selection Committee for registration to Vidya Varidhi otherwise getting through the entrance examination will confer no right to such candidates for registration to Vidya Varidhi Curriculum. Successful candidates of written entrance test are required to fill in the proforma prescribed by the Vidyapeeth mentioning therein their educational qualification, and desired Research Subject alongwith attaching subject summary enclosures etc.Second part of the question paper will be of 50 Marks which will be set from Shastra related knowledge acquired by the researchers and for this paper candidates may refer the books of Acharya / M. and submit it with the Research wing of the Vidyapeeth.Five copies of the Synopsis intending for Research required to be submitted clearly stating the type of research he would put in i.e.He would fundamentally contribute something in the Research Thesis or would explore unknown aspect and publish or would analyze existing established theories.