|Written by Prasad R Bhide|
DEPARTMENT Of SANSKRIT
Year of establishment: 1937
Dr. Mrs. Manjusha Gokhale(Head of the Dept.)
"Abhijat Sanskrit Sahityacha Itihas"
> Member of: Arts Faculty, Board of Studies in Sanskrit,
> Visiting Faculty, Mumbai University Dept. of Sanskrit
> Research Papers published-15.
> Research Papers presented-
International Conference -2
Mr.Prasad Bhide - Lecurer
History of the Department
Sanskrit Department was established in 1937. The department was formerly headed by the Great Sanskrit Scholars such as Prof. R.R. Deshpande, Prof. Mahashabde, Prof. G.A. Kulkarni and Prof. Dr. Alka Bakare.
There are only five colleges in Mumbai University area which offer Sanskrit as a major subject at TYBA level. Ruia is one of them.
Sanskrit can be opted along with all other languages (Hindi, Marathi, and English)and Social Sciences at FYBA and SYBA. Six papers in Sanskrit can be opted at TYBA level.
A Three Years Degree Course in Sanskrit:
• FYBA: (Compulsory Paper) Panchtantra , Nitishataka
(Optional Paper I ) Svapnavasavadatta, Selected
• SYBA: (Optional PaperII) Kavyaprakasha and selected
( Optional Paper V) History of Classical Literature
( Optional Paper VI) Ancient Indian Statecraft.
(Optional Paper VII) Vedic Literature
( Optional Paper VIII) Grammar, Rapid Reading and
( Optional Paper IX) Legal Literature, Sciences, Linguistics
1 Guest Lectures.
2 Participation in the ‘All College Colloquium'
3 Sanskrit Conversation Courses.
4 Classroom discussions on Research Papers/ Articles.
University Toppers in T.Y.B.A.
Mugdha gadgil (1995) - 4th in general Merit list.
Varada Dharap (1996) - 1st in general Merit list.
Tanuja Pathare (1998)
Rajashree Barve (2002)- 7th in general Merit list.
Sameera Gujar (2003)
Renuka Ozarkar (2004)- 8th in general Merit list.
Manasi Kalele (2005)
Manasi Kelakar (2007)
Mrunalini Nevalkar (2008)
> Organization of various Seminars
> Kalidasa Day Celebration
> Sanskrit day Celebration
> "Khitij"- Departmental Career Guidance Festivals
> Sanskrit Conversation Courses.
> Workshops in Sanskrit Grammar.
> Yearly Hand-written Magazine.
> Study tours.
> Stage Performances.
> Sanskrit Department has been Participating in various
> Participation in Seminars for Students.
> Paper Presentation in State Level and National Seminars.
|Last Updated ( Thursday, 23 April 2009 )|