i) Direct Admission to Ph.D. programme : Research and teaching is undertaken in areas of Vedic literature and thought, Indian philosophical systems, Sanskrit poetics and poetry, Sanskrit grammar and grammatical theory, modes of disputation and interpretation of text, Sanskrit linguistics including computational linguistics etc. Comparative research is also encouraged.
Those who have a Masterís degree have to undertake and successfully complete four pre-Ph.D. courses among those offered in the Centre before they can go on to write their thesis.
ii) M.Phil / Ph.D. : Research and teaching is undertaken in same areas as enumerated for Direct Ph.D. programme.
In the two semesters of the first year of the M.Phil Programme, students will be required to successfully complete four courses offered in the Centre including one on research methodology. In the second year students will be required to write dissertation.
iii) M.A. : Wide ranging courses are offered by the Centre in Vedas, literature, philosophy, Sanskrit linguistics including computational linguistics and social and scientific thought etc.
M. A. programme in Sanskrit Studies requires completion of sixteen courses over four semesters. Specialized courses are offered in third and fourth semesters in the above mentioned areas.
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