• Understand the Sanskrit literature and the concept of Indian cultural heritage.
• Illustrate and compare the Vedic and philosophical ideas in present situation.
• Analyze the relevance of Sanskrit in present society.
• Build a character with strong moral sense.
• Apply the different rules of Sanskrit grammar.
• To impart knowledge about the importance of language study in general.

COURSE OUTCOME
MAJOR
SANSKRIT - 101
• Acquaint the students with general technical terms of Sanskrit grammar
• Expose the students to Modern Sanskrit Poetry
• Analyze the moral values depicted through the stories of Hitopadesha
• Show the relative chronology of Ramayana and Mahabharata and their influence on later Indian  Literature and culture..
Units:          4
Marks:         20x2+15+25 = 80
Lectures:     12+12+12+14 = 50
SANSKRIT- 201
• Familiarize with the Vedic Text
• Acquire basic knowledge of the Philosophical Thinking of the East.
• Appreciate Classical Sanskrit poetry and  evaluate the literary works from a critical point of view through the study of the 1st chapter of the work of the Great poet Kalidasa.
Units:            3
Marks:          20 +35+25 = 80
Lectures:       12+18+20 = 50
SANSKRIT- 301
• Introduce students with Sanskrit Prose Literature and Historical Kavyas, Fable literature.
• Outline their development through ages
• Discuss the contribution of Bhasa & Kalidasa to the  field of Dramatic literature in Sanskrit
• Develop the skill to identify and use the various forms Sanskrit suffixes
• Acquire basic knowledge in Alamkarashastra
• Critical analysis of different views on the Nature of Kavya
• Develop writing skill in Sanskrit.
    Units:             4
          Marks:           25+20 +20+15 = 80
          Lectures:                        15+15+10 +10= 50

SANSKRIT- 302

• Introduce the Indian Intellectual Discipline and the basis of its divisions
• Describe Vaisesika and Nyaya- the two foremost systems of Indian Philosophy
• Classify the Indo European Language
• Describe its characteristic features
• Build a concept of ancient Indian medicines  and Vedic education system
• Outline the development of Astronomy & Mathematics in ancient India
          Units:                       4
         Marks:                      20+20 +20+20 = 80
         Lectures:                                 14+12+12 +12= 50

SANSKRIT- 401

• Create an awareness about Indian classical poetic tradition.
• Acquaint with the philosophy of The Geeta
• Familiarize with the works of  Sanskrit poet Bharavi
• Improve writing skill in Sanskrit .
• Develop proficiency in Essay writing.
      Unit                   4
      Marks               20+25+25+10= 80
      Lectures           10+15+15+10=50

SANSKRIT- 402

• Acquaint with Upanishadic and Bhakti Literature
• Acquire basic knowledge in Sanskrit Metres  and learn their usage
• Familiarize the student’s with different forms of Drsya kavya’s and Sanskrit Dramaturgy
                   Unit                   4
                  Marks              20+15+25+20=80
                  Lectures        12+12+14+12=50

SANSKRIT - 501

• Provide  more exposure to Vedic literature
• Acquaint the student with the basic ancient Indian concept of  Phonology
• Acquire knowledge about the contents of Samhitas and Brahmanas
• Understand the cultural, economic values and other activities in the Vedic age.
        Unit                3
         Marks             35+25+20= 80
        Lectures          25+10+15= 50


SANSKRIT - 502

• Acquaint with the style of Sanskrit Prose Composition through the study of Kadambari
• Understand the trend of Prose literature in Sanskrit.
• Familiarize the style of Sanskrit drama compositions through the study of three dramas
• Develop the skill of critical and comparative analysis of the dramas.
• Relate between the classical and modern Sanskrit composition

          Unit                4
        Marks           25+20+15+20= 80
        Lectures        16+12+8+14 =50

SANSKRIT- 503
• Acquaint the students with Indian polity, Dharmashastras and fables.
• Explain the sutras of Dharmashastras.
• Estimate the value of Smritishastras in modern society.
• Identify the importance of fable literature in present context.
• Relate between ancient and modern political system.
Units:      4
Marks:     20 x 4 = 80
Lectures: 12 x 3+14 = 50



SANSKRIT- 504

• Acquaint with the diverse range of philosophies of India
• Understand the doctrines of both orthodox and heterodox Schools of Indian Philosophy
• Enrich the students with fundamental details of these systems
• Facilitate the students understanding the doctrine of Samkhya and Nyaya.

             Unit          4
           Marks       25+20+20+15= 80
           Lectures   12 x 3 +14     = 50
SANSKRIT - 601

• Understand the Paninian rules on Karaka (Case-ending)
• Learn the usage of Case-ending
• Develop a clear concept of them and improve writing skill by their application
• Acquaint with Prakrit Grammar
           Unit          3
        Marks       30 x 2+20  = 80
        Lectures    16 +12+ 16 = 44
SANSKRIT - 602

• Acquaint the student with Ayurveda, Vastuvidya and Vrikshayurveda.
• Analyze the Carakasamhita and  ancient Indian medical system.
• Identify the importance of Vrikshayurveda and plantation for environmental equilibrium.
          Units:   3
          Marks:  30+25+25 = 80
          Lectures: 20+15+15 = 50
SANSKRIT- 603
• Acquaint with Rasa and Alamkaras
• Develop the aesthetic skill of students through the study of Sanskrit Poetics.
• Introduce the poetic style defined by Sanskrit Rhetorics
• Understand and appreciate  poetry and  evaluate the literary works in a critical point of view.
• Develop analytical ability with special reference to classical literature.
           Unit -       4
           Marks-    20+20+20+20=80
           Classes-  12+12+12+14= 50

SANSKRIT- 604


• Acquaint the students with the contribution of scholars from Assam to the field of Sanskrit studies
• Appreciate the poems of Sanskrit scholars of Assam
• Comprehend ideas contained in Prose compositions in Sanskrit .

          Unit -        4
          Marks-      20 x 20 =80
          Classes-    12+12+8+16=48
CORE
COURSE OUTCOME
(SANSG  101)
• Acquaint the students with general technical terms of Sanskrit grammar
• Expose the students to Modern Sanskrit Poetry
• Analyze the moral values depicted through the stories of Hitopadesha
• Show the relative chronology of Ramayana and Mahabharata and their influence on later Indian  Literature and culture..
Units:       4
Marks:      20x2+15+25 = 80
Lectures: 12+12+12+14 = 50

(SANSG   201)

• Familiarize with the Vedic Text
• Acquire basic knowledge of the Philosophical Thinking of the East.
• Appreciate Classical Sanskrit poetry and  evaluate the literary works from a critical point of view through the study of the 1st chapter of the work of the Great poet Kalidasa.
Units:       3
Marks:     20 +35+25 = 80
Lectures: 12+18+20 = 50
(SANSG   301)

• Introduce students with Sanskrit Prose Literature and Historical Kavyas, Fable literature.
• Outline their development through ages
• Discuss the contribution of Bhasa & Kalidasa to the  field of Dramatic literature in Sanskrit
• Develop the skill to identify and use the various forms Sanskrit suffixes
• Acquire basic knowledge in Alamkarashastra
• Critical analysis of different views on the Nature of Kavya
• Develop writing skill in Sanskrit


                     Units:          4
                     Marks    25+20 +20+15 = 80
                     Lectures:    15x 2+10 x 2= 50
(SANSG   401)
• Acquaint the students with Indian intellectual disciplines, thinkers Kanada and Samkara.
• Identify and classify the Indo European languages.
• Build a concept of ancient Indian medicines  and Vedic education system.
• Construct knowledge of Vedic Mathematics.
  Units:        4
  Mark         20 x4=80
  Lectures   14+12+12+12=50 
SANSG-501

• Introduce the epic literature, folk tales, Bhasa’s drama etc.
• Explain the story of Betalapancavimsati.
• Analyze Bhasa’s drama.
• Translate and outline the modern devotional poem i.e. Prashasti.
  Units:          3
  Marks:        35+25+10+10=80
  Lectures:    20+15+15=50
SANSG-601

• Acquaint the students with Sanskrit Cases, Metres and polity.
• Define and illustrate the karakasutra of Sanskrit grammar.
• Estimate the value of ARTHASASTRA, NITISATAKA.
• Classify and apply the Metres.
  Units:        3
  Marks:      25+20+15+20=80
  Lectures:  16+12+12+10=50

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