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Ph.D Sanskrit Admissions 2018 - 2019 Academic Year


Do you want to be a proficient in Sanskrit language? Do you want to do indepth research work in Sanskrit language? Then, you should do Ph.D in Sanskrit. Many institutes and colleges in India provides admission to this degree course. Learn about the eligibility criteria and career opportunities after passing this course.

Course Name: Ph.D Sanskrit
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Stream: Journalism, Media & Communication
Course Category: Languages
Duration: 2 years

Eligibility Criteria

  • To get admission into a doctoral program in Sanskrit language, a student needs to have a Master’s degree in Sanskrit language. In some subjects, the prerequisite to start Ph.D is completing a Master’s in Philosophy ( M.Phil ) degree.
  • In cases where entrance examination has been conducted before admission to the M. Phil degree and course work has been prescribed at the M. Phil level, such candidates when admitted to the Ph.D programs are not required to undertake an entrance examination or course work.
  • Admission is offered on the basis of interview which is usually held a month before the commencement of the semester. The interview may be supplemented by a written test, if necessary.
  • Normally, all students of Ph.D program are required to be a resident on campus.

The minimum duration of Ph.D Sanskrit course is 2 years from the date of registration and a maximum of 5 to 6 years.


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Ph.D Sanskrit - Colleges & Admission Notifications

Find the list of colleges offering Ph.D Sanskrit course. Check out individual college websites to know more about the admission for 2018 - 2019 academic year. You may download the application form and course details from the official college website.

College NameUniversityState
Aditi MahavidyalayaUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Banasthali University CollegeBanasthali VidhyapithRajasthan
Banasthali VidyapithBanasthali VidhyapithRajasthan
D.A.V. Training CollegeChhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj UniversityUttar Pradesh
Digambar Jain CollegeChaudhary Charan Singh University (Meerut University)Uttar Pradesh
Faculty of Law University of DelhiUniversity of DelhiDelhi
G D Modi Arts CollegeHemchandracharya North Gujarat UniversityGujarat
Government Vidarbha Institute of Science and HumanitiesSant Gadge Baba Amravati UniversityMaharashtra
Gulbarga University,GulbargaGulbarga UniversityKarnataka
Maharaja's CollegeMahatma Gandhi UniversityKerala
Rajaram Shinde College of EngineeringUniversity of MumbaiMaharashtra
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda CollegeUniversity of MadrasTamil Nadu
Srimad Andavan Arts and Science CollegeBharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu

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Who is suitable for Ph.D Sanskrit course

  • Those students who are interested and desirous of learning and knowing the Sanskrit language deeply are the most suitable ones.
  • Those candidates who need a Ph.D degree for a hike in salary, promotion in an academic career or a suitable job should take admission to this course.
  • Those who want to be a teacher, professor or lecturer in schools, colleges or universities, both in private and government institutions are also eligible for this course.
  • Those who want to preserve the heritage of Sanskrit literature are also a good match for this course.

Advantages and benefits of Ph.D Sanskrit course

  • Many career opportunities are available for graduates in this field. They can become a teacher, translator or a freelancer.
  • This degree course enables the students to go for various related jobs in and around Sanskrit language.
  • They also have the option of taking coaching classes or private tuitions.
  • Translation is also an option with them. The job of translators is to translate Sanskrit language into other languages.
  • A new trend that is emerging in the field of language is freelancing. Freelancers join in translation bureaus, research firms, international organizations, publishing houses, etc.

Ph.D Sanskrit job types

  • Interpreter / Translator
  • Novelist & Writer
  • Lecturer & Professor
  • Newspaper editor
  • Researcher
  • Home Tutor


Ph.D Sanskrit Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

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