Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Siliguri Mahila Mahavidyalaya

Siliguri, Dist: Darjeeling, West Bengal, India

Affiliated To The University Of North Bengal

NAAC Accredited

ISO 9001:2115

Dr. Ashok Kumar Panda

Assistant Professor
Department of Sanskrit
Phone : 9883739285
Email: pandaasho@gmail.com
Vidwan ID:494538

Personal Profile :

Father’s Name : Late Biswanath Panda
Permanent Address: Vill. Ochinda, P.O: Machhagaon, P.S: Balikuda,
Dist. Jagatsinghpur, State: Odisha, Pin: 754119
Communication Address:Siliguri Mahila Mahabidyalaya, 1No. Dabgram, Rabindra Sarani, Siliguri-734006, West Bengal
Birth Place: OCHINDA
Gender : Male
Marital Status: Married
Nationality: Indian
Religion: Hindu
Cast: General
Language Known : Odia, Sanskrit, Bengali, Hindi & English
District : Darjeeling
Interested In: Sanskrit

Educational Qualification

Examinations and yearExamination and year     Division /Class% of mark obtainedName of the Board /University
Bachelor’s Degree (Shastri)   (1991)Honours Subject :Paninian Grammar1st class with Gold- Medal59.7%SJSV, PURI
Postgraduate (Acharya)    (1993)   Honours Subject :Paninian Grammar1st class with Gold- Medal81.9%SJSV, PURI
       M. Phil (Vishistacharya (1995)         Honours Subject : Paninian Grammar1st class with Gold- Medal       76.07% SJSV, PURI
Doctorate/ Ph. D  (Vidyavaridhi) (1999)
 
A study on Chidasthimala  Guide Dr. K.C. Padhy. P.G. Teaching Dept., SJSV,PURIAwarded     Awarded  from SJSV,  PURI,  (10-08-1999)

Employment History :

Name of Institution
 
Name of UniversityDesignationNature of  post (Temporary/ Permanent)PeriodLength of experiences
(Years/Months)
Nilachal Narayan Sanskrit College , PURISJSV, PURILecturerPermanent21-1-97 to 24-8-992 yrs 6 Months
Vivekananda Veda Vidya-Laya,Belur Math,HOWRAH
 
Rastriya Sanskrit S ansthan,New DelhiTeacherPermanent12-6-2000 to
28-2-2005
4 yrs & 9 Months
Sri  Ramkris- hna Sarada
Vidyamaha-Pitha,Kamarpukur
Burdwan UniversityLecturer (Assistant  Professor)Permanent01-03-2005 to
07-02-2017
11yrs &11months+
Siliguri Mahila Mahabidya- layaNBUAssociate  ProfessorPermanent08-02-2017
        to
Till date
7yrs+
 RKMV, Belur Math, HOWRAHCalcutta UniversityGuest-
   Lecturer
Temporary03-07-2006
        to
16-06-2009
7yrs+
Dept.  Of SanskritBurdwan UniversityGuest-LecturerTemporary Feb. 2012
       &
 Feb.2013
7yrs+

Academic Honours And Awards: Gold Medal Award For Acharya (M.a.) Exam In 1993 & Vishistacharya (M.phil) Exam In 1995.
Professional Affiliation And Services: I Have Served In Various Institutions As A Teacher, Lecturer, Assistant Professor In Sanskrit. Now I Am Serving In Siliguri Mahila Mahabidyalaya As An Associate Professor In Sanskrit.

Publications:

Research Paper Publications:
  1. UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar.(Post seminar publication);-Organizing Committee, National Level Seminar on Rabindranath Tagore and The West.SRSVM, KAMARPUKUR-Mahakavi Kalidas :Rabindra Bhavanaya-ISBN No. –978-81-925784-o-8-Pages -94-Date of-Publication:15-10-12.
    02.Organizing Seminar Committee-Of SRSVM, Kamarpukur-Nava Bharata Nirmane Swamiji-ISBN No.-978-81-925784-1-5-Pages -104-Date of-Publication:12-1-14.
    03.UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar.(Post seminar publication)-Principal, R.K.Mission Vidyamandira Belur Math, Howrah-Vyakaranaprashastih-Pages -163-Date of-Publication:25-12-11.
    04.MS ACADEMIC(an international, multi disciplinary, refereed journal )-Smt. Trishna Goswami-On behalf of Council for MS Academic.-Kavyessu Natakam Ramyam -ISSN :-2229-6484-Issue No. :-Vol-3, No. 1-Pages -249-1st Issue –January -2013.
    05.VYASASRIH (ABilingual Refereed Research Journal of Indology-Dr. Buddheswar Sarangi on behalf of Maharshi Vyasadeva National Research Institute, ODiSHA-Sistaparijnanartha astadhyayi-ISSN:-2320-2025-2014.
    06.VYASASRIH (ABilingual Refereed Research Journal of Indology)-Dr. Buddheswar Sarangi on behalf of Maharshi Vyasadeva National Research Institute, ODiSHA-Bharatiyasamskrutau Narisamskrutih-ISSN:2320-2025-2015.
    07.VYASASRIH (A Bilingual Refereed Research Journal of Indology)-Dr. Buddheswar Sarangi on behalf of Maharshi Vyasadeva National Research Institute, ODiSHA – Acharyadevo Bhava-ISSN:2320-2025-2016.
Book Publications:

01.National(Progressive Publishers 37A, College Street, Kol-73) A Bengali Commentary named CHINMAYEE on Vaiyakarana-siddhanta-kaumudee’s Ajantapu- mllinga Prakaran. Original Author –Sri Bhattoji DiksitaCommentator –Dr. Ashok kumar Panda ISBN No. –978-81 -8064-203-6 Pages-303Year–2012,
02.National Sanskrit Pustak Bhandar,38,Bidhan Sarani,Kolkata-6 Kaumudi –Kusumanjalih (Notes Book)Based on Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Dikshita ISBN No. 978-93- 83368-63-1 Pages – 218 Year – 2013.

Conference/seminar/workshop/presentations :

(A) Seminar :

(I) Paper Presentation:

(A) Paper Presented In International Level Seminar –
(1) Presented A Paper Entitled “samajagathane Nari” In The Two-day, International Level Seminar On “glocal Issues In Contemporary Art, Culture And Society” , Organized By The Birpara College, Birpara, West Bengal On 30-03-2017 To 31-03-2017.
(B) Paper Presented In National Level Seminars
(I) Presented A Paper Entitled Vyakarana Prasastih In The Two-day Ugc-sponsored National Level Seminar, Organized By The Department Of Sanskrit , R. K. Mission Vidyamandira, On 17th & 18th Feb.2011.
(Ii) Presented A Paper Entitled “mahakavi Kalidas : Rabindra Bhavanaya” In The Two-day, Ugc-sponsored National Level Seminar On “Rabindranath Tagore And The West” On 16th -17th Feb. 2012, Organized By The Depts. Of Bengali, Eng., Hist. & Sans. Of S.r.s.v. M. Kamarpukur, Hooghly.
(iii) Presented a paper entitled “Trimunivyakarane Shabdashaktivimrshah” in the National Seminar held on 5th to 7th March, 2014 in the Department of Sanskrit, Pali, and Prakrit, Viswa-Bharati, Santiniketan.
(iv) Presented a paper entitled “Prachinasamskritasahitye Samajah Samskritischa: Pasch- adanusamndhanamekam” in the two-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “ Society And Culture In Ancient Literature : Retrospective Enquiry” Organized by the Department of Sanskrit, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan, on 31.03.14 & 01.04.14
v) Presented a paper entitled “Bartamaner Pariperkshite Siksha O Tar Mulyabodha” in the two-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “ Ethics And Contemporary Society : Role of Value Education, Organized by the Department of Philosophy, Egra S.S.B. College, Purba Medinipur on 28th February to 1st March 2015.
(vi) Presented a paper entitled “Krudvrutteh Vaishistyam” in the two-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar held at the P.G. Teaching Department of Vyakarana, SJSV, Puri, on 23rd March to 24th March 2015.
(vii) Presented a paper entitled “Samajasya Sarvaossadham Hi Samskritam” in the UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Relevance of The Study of Sanskrit in Morden Society” Organized by the Department of Sanskrit, Saldiha College , Saldiha, W.B., on 29th to 30th January 2016.
(viii) Presented a paper entitled “Sabdo Hi Brahma” in the UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Relevance of Vedanta in Present Scenario” on 13th to 14th January 2017, Organized by the Department of Sanskrit, Asansole Girls College, Asansole, W. B.
(ix) Presented a paper entitled“Jatiyasamhati O Tar Abakshayapratirodhe Swechhasebaker Bhoomika” in the UGC Sponsored two-day National Level Seminar on “National Integrity and its Crisis : The Role and Responsibilities of NSS, held at Raniganja Girls College, Raniganja, WB, on 9th to 10th March 2017.
(x) Presented a paper entitled “Nanarthghatitavyakarashastrasiddhantavimarshah ” in the UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on 28th March 2017,Organized by the Depart- ment of Sanskrit, West Bengal State University, Barasat.

(c) Paper presented in State Level Seminars –

(i) Presented a paper entitled ‘Contribution of the Nagesh to Sanskrit’ in the two-day State level Seminar, Organized by the P. G. Teaching Dept. of Vyakarana, SJSV, PURI, held on 23rd &24th March 1998.
(ii) Presented a paper entitled “Vivekanander Shikshachinta” in the one-day UGC Sponsored State level Seminar on “Swami Vivekananda And His Thoughts on Education” , Organized by the Department of History, Chandernagore College, held on 30th July 2014.
(iii) Presented a paper entitled “Samskritavanmaye Nari O Tar Adhikar” in the UGC Sponsored State level Seminar on “Empowerment of Women: Role of Panchat in West Bengal” , Organized by the Department of Political Science, S.S.B. College, Purba Medinipur, Egra, on 26th – 27th February 2015.
(iv) Presented a paper entitled “Shiksha O Tar Mulyabodha” in the one-day State level Seminar on “Value Oriented Education”, on 15th March 2016, Organized by SRSVM, Kamarpukur, Hooghly, WB.

II. Participation in the various Seminars –

(i)Attended in a two-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Society in the Epigraphs of Eastern India” Organized by The Asiatic Society in collaboration with the Department of Sanskrit, The University of Burdwan, on 22nd April. 2015.
(ii) Attended in a two-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Narratives of Bengali and Other Indian Literatures: A Comparative Study” Organized by the Dept. of Bengali, R.K.Mission Vidyamandira, on 27th & 28th Feb.2006.
(iii) Attended in a one-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Contribution of Bengal in Sanskrit fields of Sanskrit Studies, Organized by the Dept. of Sanskrit, R.K.Mission Vidyamandira, on 18th May 2007.
(iv) Attended in a one-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Vaishnavism in Modern Thoughts, Organized by the Dept. of Bengali & Sanskrit, Vivekananda Mahavidyalaya, Haripal, Hooghly, on 27th Feb. 2009.
(v) Attended in a two-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Sanskrit Drsyakavyas(up to 12th Century A.D.): Aspects and Dimensions” Organized by the Department of Sanskrit, The University of Burdwan, on 18th & 19th Feb. 2010.
(vi) Attended in a one-day UGC Sponsored National Level Seminar on “Dharmashastra: Relevance in Modern Soceity” Organized by the Department of Sanskrit, The University of Burdwan, on 29th March 2010.
(vii) Attended in a Three-day UGC Sponsored International Level Seminar on “Sri Ramaklrishna’s Ideas and Our Times” Organized by R.K.Mission Vidyamandira in Collaboration with R.K.Mission Institute of Culture on 19th Jan. To 21st Jan. 2012 at Belur Math, Howrah.

Workshop

(I) Attended in a Workshop on restructuring the under graduate syllabus based on CBCS (Honours and General), Organized by U-G Council of the University of North Bengal on 21.12.2017.

(D) TRAINING PROGRAMME:
  • Participated in an Intensive Awareness and Training Programme on Disaster Management organised by the Dept. of Lifelong Learning & Extension of the University of North Bengal in collaboration with S.M.M. during January 9 & 10, 2018. Details attached with personal information.
COURSE ATTENDED:

    (i) Participated in the 65th Orientation Course from 03.03.2008 to 31.03.2008 at Academic Staff College, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan.
    (ii) Participated in the 4th R.C. in Women’s Studies from 26th December 2012 to 15th January 2013 at Academic Staff College, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan.
    (iii) Participated in the 1st R.C. in Research Methodology in Social Studies & Sanskrit from 08.01.2015 to 28.01.15 at Academic Staff College, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan.

    RESPONSIBILITIES HANDLED
    SL.
    no
    Name of the CommitteeCoordinator/Asst. Coordinator /Nodal Officer / Convenor/Programmeofficer/ Member     Session
    .
    Examination, SMMMember2019-20,
    2020-21
    2021-22
    Magazine , SMMConvenor2022-23,
    2023-24
    BOS, NBUMember2019-20,
    2020-21 2021-22,
    2022-23
    Moderation. NBUMember2019-20,
    2020-21
    2021-22,
    2022-23
    Academic & Discipline (at  SRSVM, Hooghly)Member2015-2016
    Moderation. BUMember2014-2015,
    2015-16

    Details attached with personal information.

    AREA OF INTEREST:

    Teaching ( Paninian Grammar in Sanskrit ) & Conducting Examination Programme

    IF ANY:

    Resource Person in Departmental Seminar in Sanskrit on 22.12.2016 at Saltora College & on 15.10.2015 at Vivekananda Mahavidyalaya, Burdwan.

      PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

      1.Students are expected to learn the higher level of Sanskrit language and literature.

      2.Students will also learn the comparative approaches to get broader view of literature.

      3.Revivalism of Sanskrit knowledge traditions like Vyakarana, Vedanta etc.

      4.Creating a Sanskrit scholastic community well versed in both traditional as well as modern outlook and temperament.

      5.Students are expected to learn the relation between other Indian literatures and Sanskrit literatures.

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – I (Honours)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      DSC-1(CC-101)
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
      Sanskrit Grammar & Composition
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
      1. Vyakarana is the main part of Veda, So called  Mukham Vyaka-ranam smrtam.                                                                                    
         2. Grammar has been taken as a limb of the Vedas (Vedanga) because without it the meaning of the Veda-Mantras the Suktas would not have been perfect.
      3. Imperfect pronunciation and the wrong application of the Suktas may lead a man to the world of disaster which is called Vagvajra and Apashabda etc.
      4. In order to learn Sanskrit language perfectly it is necessary to know Sanskrit alphabets, Composition of Sanskrit sentences and read grammatical literature like Laghusiddhantakaumudi and other books.                                                                                                               5. Students get —(i) acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Paninian Grammar. (ii) an insight to the simple derivative style adopted in the Laghusiddhanta Kaumudi.  (iii) The ability to apply grammatical rules in examples. (Iv) the ability to derive nominal word forms with the application of grammatical rules. (v) the ability to derive verbal word forms with the application of grammatical rules and  (vi) they know the methods of voice-change & translation process etc.     
      DSC-2 (CC-102)
       
       
      Classical Sanskrit Literature (Poetry)
      a) Kiraataarjuniyam-I
      b) Raghuvamsham-I
       
       
       
      1.Learner will be given to understand the selected portion of the master piece of Bharavi and Kalidasa
      2. Have an acquaintance with the classical Sanskrit poetry.
      3. Comprehend the universal ethical values embodied in the Sanskrit literature and, they should know the historical, political and  Geogra-phical  thoughts from those above kavyas.
      AECC-1Environmental Studies (Compulsory)Student will be able to, develop a rational understanding regarding the importance of the environmental well-being. Preserve safeguard  and feel for the environment in all its levels. 
       

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – I (Honours)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      GE-1(Paper-1)
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
      1. Basic Sanskrit Grammar
       2. History of Sanskrit literature
       3. Sanskrit Drama : Abhi-jnanashakuntalam
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
      Students get a thorough training in , the declined  forms of different parts of speech, composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences, translating sentences from Bengali and English into Sanskrit, different fields of Sanskrit grammar through basically a descriptive method, unlike the Paninian system and join , disjoin, case-endings, conjugation and declination.
      Students will be able to know, different branches of Sanskrit literature, the authors and their works in those branches, the chronological order of different authors and their works, and they are expected to learn the history of Vedic literature.
      Learners will be able to , comprehend the selected portions of the Abhijnanashakuntalam, gain a good acquaintance with the classical Sanskrit drama, comprehend the universal ethical values embodied in the Sanskrit literature.
      DSC-3(CC-203)Critical survey of Sanskrit literatureStudent will be able to know, different branches of  Sanskrit literature, the authors and their works in those branches, the chronological order of different authors and their works and also, they are expected to learn the history of Vedic literature.    Ancient India’s inscriptional literature like those Allhabad stone inscription, Junagargh inscription, Dhauli inscription, Ihol-Inscription etc. , Scientific and technical literature of Ancient India, the works of Aryabhatta, Varahamihira, Charaka, Sushruta,  Nagarjuna etc.   
      DSC-4(CC-204)1. Grammar (Laghu-siddhantakaumudi)
       
        2. Classical Sanskrit Literature : Prose (Shukanasopadesha)
      Students get —(i) acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Paninian Grammar. (ii) an insight to the simple derivative style adopted in the Laghusiddhanta Kaumudi.  (iii) The ability to apply grammatical rules in examples. (Iv) the ability to derive nominal word forms with the application of grammatical rules. (v) the ability to derive verbal word forms with the application of grammatical rules.  
      1. Shukanasopadesha, a chapter of Kadambari, written by Banabhatta, is one of the most important prose  chapter in Sanskrit literature. After reading this chapter, the students become fully aware of Banabhatta’s style of writing and his style of poetry. This advise is very useful for youth society.

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – Ii (Honours)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      Rest of DSC-4 (CC-204)3. Vishrutacharita
       
       
      Vishrutacharita is a part of Dashakumaracharita, written by Dandin. It is one of the most important prose chapter in Sanskrit literature also. Students should know Dandin’s style of writing (Dandinah padalaalityam) and his style of poetry.
      AECC-2M.I.L (Sanskrit Grammar & Composition)
       
       
       
      Students get a thorough training in, composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences. Translating sentences from Bengali into Sanskrit. Different fields of Sanskrit grammar through basically a descriptive method, unlike the Paninian system. Case-endings, compounds San, Yan, Shtr, Sanach, Ktvaach,Llyp, Nisstha, etc. and resulting forms.
      GE-1 (Paper-2)1. History of Scientific & Technical Literature in Sanskrit.
       
      2. Translation
       
      3. Comprehension Test 
      Students will be able to know, scientific and technical literature of ancient India, the works of Aryabhatta,Varahamihira, Charaka, Sushruta, Brahmagupta, Nagarjuna etc.   
       
      Translating sentences from Bengali into Sanskrit.
       
      To understand the Sanskrit passage and answer in Sanskrit of the questions.

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – Iii (Honours)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      DSC-5
      (CC-305)
       
      GITA & UPANISHAD
       
       
      Students are expected to learn about Karmayoga according to Srimad Bhagavat Gita. They are able to know about Upanisad Vidya , i.e. spiritual knowledge —Atman, Maya, Avidya, Moksha, Jiva, Jagat, Prakrti, Brahman, Jnana, according to Brhadaranyakopanisad.
      DSC-6
      (CC-306)
      Classical Sanskrit Literature : Drama
       
      Students know about ancient India’s Socio, Poltical, Economical situation from the Sanskrit Drama as like the Abhijnanashakuntalam & Swapnavasavadattam.
      DSC-7
      (CC-307)
       Poetics and literary criticismSahityadarpana is the earliest rhetoric literature which gives us the main concept of aesthetics like concept of Rupaka, classification of Rupaka, Nataka, Natikaa, Vrtti, Prastavana, Nandi, etc.
      Students will be able to learn about definitions and classifications of classical meter as Samavrttas, then they will be able to apply the meter with example themselves. Indravajra, Sragdhara, Malini, Upayati etc. 
      SEC-11.Translation & Computer Application
       
      3. Comprehension Test 
      Students get thorough training in, the declined forms of different points of speech. Composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences. Translating sentences from Bengali & English to Sanskrit and vice versa. Different fields of Sanskrit Grammar through basically a descriptive method the Paninian system.
      Students will be able to use basic computer applications, utilize IT enabled learning and teaching facilities, develop employability for oneself, they should be known how to write the Sanskrit sloka in Roman letters with diacritical marks.  
      GE-2
      Paper-1
      Same as GE1/P1 Same as GE1/P1

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – Iv (Honours)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      DSC-8
      (CC-408)
       
      Indian Social Institutions and polity (Manusamhita & Yanjavalkyasamhita)
       
      Students will be given to, concept of Indian Social system in Manu’s periods, concept of code of conduct of Manu’s period, idea of Social customs, concept of polity in ancient India, concept of law according to Yanjavalkya, in ancient India and fundamental elements of social system.
      DSC-9
      (CC-409)
      Indian Epigraphy, Palaeography & Manuscriptology
       
      Students able to learn, idea of Indian Epigraphy, concept of Palaeography, get the knowledge about the history of Epigraphical study in India, get knowledge about inscription, concept of Manuscript, they will be able to study about Manuscriptology, & it helps them in future for research work on Manuscript.
      DSC-10
      (CC-410)
      1. Modern Sanskrit Literature & Poetics
      2. Kavyadarsha (1st ch.)
      Students will be able to learn about modern Sanskrit Literature, get idea about social system from Kavyas & Drama, learn about modern Sanskrit poetics, get knowledge about Sanskrit Kavyatattwa, according to Dandin, and get idea about Mahakavya, Kavya, Riti, Guna etc.
      SEC-2
       
      1.Yogadarshan (Samadhipada)
       2. Upanisad (Ishopanisad)
       
      Students will be able to learn about definition of Yoga, idea to get well-health from practice of Yoga, and get knowledge for long life and medicine free daily life.
      Students will get knowledge about Atman, Brahman etc,  get thorough acquaintance with the ancient Indian Spiritual wisdom, grasp the source of many doctrines of Shukla-Yajurveda and idea of Moksha
      GE-2
       
      Fundamentals of Indian Scientific & TechnologyStudents get, the idea about the scientific literature in ancient India, concept about technical literature in ancient with the basic knowledge about Paninian Grammar, and know about Aryabhatta, Brahmgupta, Varahamihira, Bhaskaracharya , Lilavati etc.
       

      COURS OUTCOMES, SEMESTER – V (HONOURS)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      DSC-11
      (CC-511)
       
      Vedic Hymns
       
       
      Students will be know the Vedic culture, literature and Grammar, they will be able to know the nature and characteristics of Agni, Hiranyagarbha, Ushas, Bhoomi, Samjnana-Hymns with detailed explanations of sayana’s commentary, they are expected to learn about the Brahman’s of Vedas like Aitareya Brahmana and know dialogues &  stories of Brahmanas in detail, & they are also expected to know about Vedic Grammar, like that use of Upasarga, Tumun suffix, Samasa, Padapaatha etc..
      DSC-12
      (CC-512)
      Tarkasamgraha & Indian Philosophy
       
      Learner gains a good ground in, the basic concepts and terminology of Indian logic with special reference to Tarkasamgraha, Dipika’s line of interpreting the Tarkasamgraha, a particular sub-school of Indian logic where Nyaya and Vaishessika systems are synthesized, defining and scrutinizing the exactitude of Philosophical terms, the kind of Philosophical language used in Sanskrit texts composed in the period of Post-Buddhist revivalism and medieval era and they acquire, basic feature of Indian Philosophy & Philosophers.
      DSE-1 (501A)
       
       Yogadarshan & Shrimad Bhagavad GitaStudents will be able to learn about definition of Yoga, idea to get well-health from practice of Yoga, and get knowledge for long life and medicine free daily life.
      Students develops, an acumen to discern the theme and the import of the often confusing terminology of Bhagavad Gita , mastery over the opening chapters of the most popular scripture of the Vedantin’s,  understanding of the Vedantic way of dealing with the moral dilemmas and to interpret in Adwaitic terms what is considered  as Philosophically most important chapters of the Bhagavad Gita.
       
        OR
      DSE-1            (501B)
      1. Astika & Nastika Philosophy
       
      Students acquire, basic feature of Indian Philosophy , basic of Astika (Samkhya, Yoga, Nyaya, Vaisheshika,  Mimansa, Uttara Mimansa) Philosophy-and the basics of Nastika Philosophy  (Charvaka, Bouddha, Jaina).

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – V (Honours)

      DSE-2 (502A)
       
       
       
       
      DSE-2 (502B)
       
      Dharma, Samskara & Purushartha
               OR
      Literary Criticism & History of Sanskrit Poetics
       
       
      Students acquire, acquaintance with the ancient spiritual wisdom of India embodied in the Sanskrit literature, spiritual knowledge, morality and their developments need the reading of our shastras like Srimad Bhagavad Gita, Upanishad, Philosophy etc. , Such ideas that to national integration and enlighten merit & universal ethical values that help in character building of an individual.
      In this course the students know about poetic arts and includes concepts like Alamkara, Rasa, Riti etc. The entire domain of Sanskrit poetics has flourished with the topics such as definition of poetry and division, Utilities of Kavyas, Resion of Kavya (kavya-karana),  functions of word and meaning, theory of Rasa and Alamkara etc.
      They also know about Bharata, Mahimabhatta, Mammata, Anandavardhana, Panditaraja Jagannath, Viswanatha, Kuntaka etc.
      Course CodeCourse NameCOURS OUTCOMES, SEMESTER – VI (HONOURS)
      DSC-13
      (CC-613)
      GRAMMAR & LINGUISTICS
       
      Acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Sentences, training in the theories of Karaka, the ability of understand the syntax and semantics of Sanskrit, acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Sanskrit compounds, training in the theories of compound formation, the ability to apply grammatical rules in examples, the basics of linguistics, the possibilities of extending and applying the Sanskrit grammatical rules to other arenas.
      DSC-14 (CC-614)
       
       Ancient Indian Polity & General survey of Dharma, Artha & NitishastraStudents will be able to learn the name, scope and source of the science of polity, they understand nature of the state, kingship and council of ministers, and gain a general idea of Indian Dharma, Artha & Nitisara.
      DSE-603A
       
      Sanskrit Dharmashastra
       
      Students acquire, knowledge about creation of universe, a thorough understanding in the Varna-system and cast-system, and  an overview about social values of life.
      OR DSE-603BEthical literature in SanskritStudents get to learn by heart, the popular tales and fables in Sanskrit. They improve their moral values, justice, honesty, consciousness etc.
      Course CodeCourse NameCOURS OUTCOMES, SEMESTER – VI (HONOURS)
      DSE-604A
       
       Fundamentals of AyurvedaThis course make the students acquainted with the basic concept of Indian science of environment and  salient features of environmental awareness on reflected in Vedic & Classical Sanskrit literature. 
      DSE-604A
       
       Fundamentals of AyurvedaThis course will introduce students to the theory of Ayurveda. This course is well rounded, comprehensive and useful for students in their own day-to-day living. The major objective is to understand the basic principle and concepts of prevent active medicine and health maintenance, diet and nutrition, usage of commonly used spices and herbs and out life of Ayurvedic therapeutic  procedures in Ayurveda.  
       

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – I (Programme)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      DSC-1         
      (DSC-101)
       
       
       
      Sanskrit Drama & General Grammar
       
       
       
      1. Learner will be able to- comprehend the selected portions of the Abhijnana-Sakuntalam , gain a good acquaintance with the classical Sanskrit drama, comprehend the universal ethical values embodied in the Sanskrit literature, deferent fields of Sanskrit grammar through basically a descriptive method, unlike the Paninian system and join, disjoin, Case-endings, Compounds, Krt & Taddhita suffix.                       
      AECC-1
       
      Environmental Studies (Compulsory)
       
           Student will be able to, develop a rational understanding regarding the importance of the environmental well-being. Preserve safe guard  and feel for the environment in all its levels. 
      LCC-1
       
       
      Sanskrit Grammar  & Comprehension Test
       
        1.Learner will learn basic knowledge in Sanskrit grammar i.e. – Declination, Conjugation, Case-ending, resulting forms, Krt suffix etc. and they will be able to understand the Sanskrit passage and answer in simple Sanskrit of the mentioned questions.
      CourseCodeCourse NameCOURS OUTCOMES, SEMESTER –II (PROGRAMME)
      DSC-1, Paper 2 (DSC-202)
       
       
       
      Sanskrit Poetry (Raghuvamsham-1) &
      (Nitisatakam , 1-20)
       
      Learner will be given to, understand the selected portion of the masterpiece of Kalidasa. They have an acquaintance with the Classical Sanskrit poetry, They will be given to comprehend the universal ethical values embodied in the Sanskrit literature & ancient Indian polity, general survey of Dharma, Artha and Nitisastra and they will observe also Nitis from Nitishastra of Bharttrhari, about Socio,Poltical, Economical & spiritual relation with others.  .  
      AECC-2M.I.L (Sanskrit Grammar & Composition)
       
       
      Students get a thorough training in, composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences. Translating sentences from Bengali into Sanskrit. Different fields of Sanskrit grammar through basically a descriptive method, unlike the Paninian system. Case-endings, compounds San, Yan, shtr, Sanach, Ktvaach,Llyp, Nisstha, etc. and resulting forms.

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – Iii (Programme)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      DSC-1         
      (Paper 3)
      DSC-303
       
       
       
      1.Sanskrit Prose & Composition                     
       2.Shukanasopadesha
      (Kadambari)
           Student will be able to know, different branches of  Sanskrit literature, the authors and their works in those branches, the chronological order of different authors and their works and also, they are expected to learn the history of prose literature : Subandhu, Banabhatta, Dandin etc.  
      Shukanasopadesha, a chapter of Kadambari, written by Banabhatta, is one of the most important prose  chapter in Sanskrit literature. After reading this chapter, the students become fully aware of Banabhatta’s style of writing and his style of poetry. This advise is very useful for youth society.
      Students get thorough training in—– the declined forms different parts of speech, composing grammatically and conventionally correct
           Student will be able to know, different branches of  Sanskrit literature, the authors and their works in those branches, the chronological order of different authors and their works and also, they are expected to learn the history of prose literature : Subandhu, Banabhatta, Dandin etc.  
      Shukanasopadesha, a chapter of Kadambari, written by Banabhatta, is one of the most important prose  chapter in Sanskrit literature. After reading this chapter, the students become fully aware of Banabhatta’s style of writing and his style of poetry. This advise is very useful for youth society.
      Students get thorough training in—– the declined forms different parts of speech, composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences,  different fields of Sanskrit Grammar through basic method the Paninian system.              
      SEC-11.Translation & Computer
      Application
       3. Comprehension Test 
      Students get thorough training in, the declined forms of different points of speech. Composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences. Translating sentences from Bengali & English to Sanskrit and vice versa. Different fields of Sanskrit Grammar through basically a descriptive method the Paninian system.
      Students will be able to use basic computer applications, utilize IcT enabled learning and teaching facilities, develop employability for oneself, they should be known how to write the Sanskrit sloka in Roman letters with diacritical marks.  
      LCC-1, P/2Niti Literature        
      1. Mitrabheda in Hitopadesha            2.Kakolookiyam in Panchatantra
      Students get to learn by heart, the popular & tales, Fables in Sanskrit. They also improve their moral values, justice, honesty, consciousness etc.

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – Iv (Programme)

      Course CodeCourse NameCourse Outcome
      DSC-1          (Paper4)
      DSC-404
       
       
       
      1.Rajadharma  &
      Brahmatattwa (Kathopanisad)                     
       

            Students will be given to, concept of Indian Social system in Manu’s periods, concept of code of conduct of Manu’s period, idea of Social customs, concept of polity in ancient India, concept of law according to Yanjavalkya, in ancient India and fundamental elements of social system.
        Students will be able to learn about Brahmatattwa through the Kathopanisad of Krshnayajurveda, to analise the structure of spiritual inspiration followed in the uttarmimansa system of samkaracharya & get a thorough acquaintance with the ancient Indian spiritual wisdom
      SEC-1, Paper21. Yogadarshan &
       Upanisad  (Ishopanisad)
         Students will be able to learn about definition of Yoga, idea to get well-health from practice of Yoga, and get knowledge for long life and medicine free daily life.
      Students will get knowledge about Atman, Brahman etc,  get thorough acquaintance with the ancient Indian Spiritual wisdom, grasp the source of many doctrines of Shukla-Yajurveda and idea of Moksha.

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – V (Programme)

      DSE-1     (Paper-I)
       
       
      1. Kumarasambhavam (1st& 2nd Cantos)
      2. Chhandomanjari (Samavrttas)
      Students will be able to learn about Mahakavi kalidasa’s style, Mountain Himalaya’s natural beauty, Akalavasanta’s beauty etc. 
      They will be know about classical meters & classifications of classical meters: Indravajra, Sragdhara, Malini, Upayati etc.  Then they will be able to apply the selected meter with example themselves.
      SEC-1 (Paper-I)1.Translation & Computer Application
       3. Comprehension Test 
      Students get thorough training in, the declined forms of different points of speech. Composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences. Translating sentences from Bengali & English to Sanskrit and vice versa. Different fields of Sanskrit Grammar through basically a descriptive method the Paninian system.
      Students will be able to use basic computer applications, utilize IT enabled learning and teaching facilities, develop employability for oneself, they should be known how to write the Sanskrit sloka in Roman letters with diacritical marks.  
      GE-1 (Paper-1)1. Basic Sanskrit Grammar
       2. History of Sanskrit literature
       3. Sanskrit Drama : Abhi-jnanashakuntalam
       
      Students get a thorough training in , the declined  forms of different parts of speech, composing grammatically and conventionally correct Sanskrit sentences, translating sentences from Bengali and English into Sanskrit, different fields of Sanskrit grammar through basically a descriptive method, unlike the Paninian system and join , disjoin, case-endings, conjugation and declination.
      Students will be able to know, different branches of Sanskrit literature, the authors and their works in those branches, the chronological order of different authors and their works, and they are expected to learn the history of Vedic literature.
       Learners will be able to , comprehend the selected portions of the Abhijnanashakuntalam, gain a good acquaintance with the classical Sanskrit drama, comprehend the universal ethical values embodied in the Sanskrit literature.

      Cours Outcomes, Semester – Vi (Programme)

      Course CodeCourse NameCOURS OUTCOMES
      DSE-1     (Paper-2)
       
       
       
       
       
      Literary Criticism & Kavya
      1.Kavyaprakasha (1st Ch.)
       2. Swapnavasavadattam
       
       
      In this course the students know about poetic arts and includes concepts like Alamkara, Rasa, Riti etc. The entire domain of Sanskrit poetics has flourished with the topics such as definition of poetry and division, Utilities of Kavyas, Resion of Kavya (kavya-karana),  functions of word and meaning, theory of Rasa and Alamkara etc.
       Learner will be able to comprehend of the Swapnavasavadattam, they gain a good acquaintance with the classical Sanskrit drama, and they comprehend the universal ethical values embodied in the Sanskrit literature.
      GE-1 (Paper-II)
       
      History of Scientific  & Technical Literature in Sanskrit             Students will be able to know, scientific and technical literature of ancient India, the works of Aryabhatta,Varahamihira, Charaka, Sushruta, Brahmagupta, Nagarjuna etc.   
      Translating sentences from Bengali into Sanskrit.
      To understand the Sanskrit passage and answer in Sanskrit of the questions
      SEC-1, Paper-21. Yogadarshan &
       Upanisad  (Ishopanisad)
      Students will be able to learn about definition of Yoga, idea to get well-health from practice of Yoga, and get knowledge for long life and medicine free daily life. Students will get knowledge about Atman, Brahman etc,  get thorough acquaintance with the ancient Indian Spiritual wisdom, grasp the source of many doctrines of Shukla-Yajurveda and idea of Moksha.

      Cours Outcomes, Part –ii (Honours)

      Course CodeCourse NameCOURS OUTCOMES
       (Unit-I&II)    
       
      Classical & Vedic Sanskrit Literature
       
      Student will be able to know, different branches of  Sanskrit literature, the authors and their works in those branches, the chronological order of different authors and their works and also, they are expected to learn the history of Vedic literature.
      (Unit-III)
       
      1. History of Scientific & Technical Literature in Sanskrit.Students will be able to know, scientific and technical literature of ancient India, the works of Aryabhatta,Varahamihira, Charaka, Sushruta, Brahmagupta, Nagarjuna etc.   
      (Unit-IV)
       
         
       
      History of Modern Sanskrit Literature
       
       
      Students will be able to learn about modern Sanskrit Literature, get idea about social system from Kavyas & Drama, learn about modern Sanskrit poetics.
                                                                                 
                                                                                 
      Paper- IV
      (Unit-I&II)    
       
      Indian Social Institutions and Polity                  Students will be given to, concept of Indian Social system in Manu’s periods, concept of code of conduct of Manu’s period, idea of Social customs, concept of polity in ancient India, concept of law according to Yanjavalkya, in ancient India and fundamental elements of social system.  
      Unit-IIIAncient Indian Polity & General Survey of Darma, artha & NitisaraStudents will be able to learn the name, scope and source of the science of polity, they understand nature of the state, kingship and council of ministers, and gain a general idea of Indian Dharma(Manu), Artha (chanakya) & Nitisara (Sukra & Kamandaka).
      (Unit-IV)Laghusiddhanta Kaumudi (Krt & Taddhita)Students get —(i) acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Paninian Grammar. (ii) an insight to the simple derivative style adopted in the Laghusiddhanta Kaumudi.  (iii) The ability to apply grammatical rules in examples. (Iv) the ability to derive nominal word forms with the application of grammatical rules. (v) the ability to derive verbal word forms with the application of grammatical rules.  

      Cours Outcomes, Part –iii (Honours)

      Paper-V                 Course Name             COURS OUTCOMES
       (Unit-I&II)    
       
      A) Sanskrit Poetics & Mahakavyas
        B) Alamkaras
      Students will be able to learn about Sanskrit poetics, get knowledge about Sanskrit Kavyatattwa, according to Dandin, and get idea about Mahakavya, Kavya, Riti, Guna etc.
      According to Sahityadarpana’s 10th chapter Students will be able to know about Alamkaras (Rupaka, Upama etc) with definitions & examples.
      (Unit-III)
       
       Classical Sanskrit Literature              
        (Poetry- Bhattikavya II)
        Learners will be given to understand the selected portion of the master piece of Bhatti and have an acquaintance with the classical Sanskrit poetry.
      (Unit-IV)
       
      History of Sanskrit Alamkaras
       
      Students will be able to learn about  Rasa, Dhvani, Riti, Guna, & Bharata, Mahimabhatta, Mammata, Anandavardhana, Panditaraja Jagannath, Viswanatha, Kuntaka etc.  
      Paper- VI
      (Unit-I&II)    
       
      Tarkasamgraha & Indian Philosophy         Learner gains a good ground in, the basic concepts and terminology of Indian logic with special reference to Tarkasamgraha, Dipika’s line of interpreting the Tarkasamgraha, a particular sub-school of Indian logic where Nyaya and Vaishessika systems are synthesized, defining and scrutinizing the exactitude of Philosophical terms, the kind of Philosophical language used in Sanskrit texts composed in the period of Post-Buddhist revivalism and medieval era and they acquire, basic feature of Indian Philosophy & Philosophers.  
      Unit-III General acquaintance with ManuscriptologyStudents able to learn, idea of inscription, concept of Manuscript, they will be able to study about Manuscriptology, & it helps them in future for research work on Manuscript.
      Paper-VII                 Course NameCOURS OUTCOMES
       (Unit-I,II, III & IV)    
       
      Vedic Hymns, Brahmana, Rudradhyaya, Upanishad, Padapatha & essential vedic grammar.                                              Students will be know the Vedic culture, literature and Grammar, they will be able to know the nature and characteristics of Agni, Hiranyagarbha, Ushas, Bhoomi, Samjnana-Hymns with detailed explanations of sayana’s commentary, they are expected to learn about the Brahman’s of Vedas like Aitareya Brahmana and know dialogues &  stories of Brahmanas in detail, & they are also expected to know about Vedic Grammar, like that use of Upasarga, Tumun suffix, Samasa, Padapaatha etc.. 
      Paper-VIII
      (Unit-I,II, III & IV)
       Principle of Paninian Grammar,  Linguistics & Letter Writing  Acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Sentences, training in the theories of Karaka, the ability of understand the syntax and semantics of Sanskrit, acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Sanskrit compounds, training in the theories of compound formation, the ability to apply grammatical rules in examples, the basics of linguistics, the possibilities of extending and applying the Sanskrit grammatical rules to other arenas.

      Cours Outcomes, Part –ii & Iii (General)

      Paper                Course NameCOURS OUTCOMES
       Paper-IV    
       
      Principle of
      Paninian Grammar,
      Tales, Ethics,
      and Translation.
      Students get acquaintanceship with the basic structure of Paninian Grammar. (ii)They also know  about Hitopadesh’s & Panchatantra’s  tales with moral and social facts.
       Paper-IV    
       
       Raghuvamsha
      Mahakavya, vachya, Comprehension Test.
      Learner will be given to understand Kalidas’s poetry. They should know the historical, political and  Geographical  thoughts from those above kavyas.  Also they should known about Vachya change & Grammar. 
      Paper-VI
       
      Upanishad &
      Dharmashastra
       
       
      Students will get knowledge about Atman, Brahman etc,  get thorough acquaintance with the ancient Indian Spiritual wisdom, grasp the source of many doctrines of Shukla-Yajurveda and idea of Moksha & they will know about Laws for a kingdom& character of a king.
                                                                                  
      Part-III
      Paper-VII
       
      Poetics,
      Alamkaras
      Mahakavya,
      Letter Writing, Social Science &
      Technical
      Literature
      According to Sahityadarpana’s 10th chapter Students will be able to know about Alamkaras (Rupaka, Upama etc) with definitions & examples.  Students get, the idea about the scientific literature in ancient India, concept about technical literature in ancient with the basic knowledge about Paninian Grammar, and know about Aryabhatta, Brahmgupta, Varahamihira, Bhaskaracharya , Lilavati etc.
       

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