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M.Phil Sanskrit Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Master of Philosophy in Sanskrit


Graduate candidates with a passion for Sanskrit language have a higher study option as M.Phil with Sanskrit specialization. Many government and private institutes in India offer this course as full time as well as part time course which can be pursued along with job. All the details including eligibility criteria, duration of the course and very important that is the job prospects are mentioned here for your reference.

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

About the course


M.Phil Sanskrit is a post graduate course named as Master of Philosophy in Sanskrit.
The course includes detailed study of philosophy of the Sanskrit language. Literature and linguistic details are the main part of this course.
Candidate also needs to learn about research methodology and will be asked to prepare research papers topics like Sanskrit Drama, Fiction and Sanskrit Poetry. Literary Criticism and Literary History are interesting part of the course.

Higher studies options


A student who has successfully completed his or her M.Phil can pursue PhD. as per their own interest. Other courses which can be opted are short duration job specific courses like for teaching, for translations or typing.

Eligibility Criteria


Candidates with graduation degree with related specialization from a recognized institute or university can apply for this course.
The minimum required marks for admission may vary from institutes to institute and some universities have criteria of admission entrance examinations. Some institutes select candidate on merit basis.



Colleges offering M.Phil Sanskrit course in India

College NameUniversityState
Aditi MahavidyalayaUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Banasthali University CollegeBanasthali VidhyapithRajasthan
Banasthali VidyapithBanasthali VidhyapithRajasthan
Faculty of Law University of DelhiUniversity of DelhiDelhi
Gulbarga University,GulbargaGulbarga UniversityKarnataka
N.S.Patel Arts CollegeSardar Patel UniversityGujarat
Presidency CollegeUniversity of MadrasTamil Nadu
Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda CollegeUniversity of MadrasTamil Nadu
School of Sanskrit, Philosophy & Vedic StudiesBanasthali VidhyapithRajasthan
Softkey Education & Infotech Ltd.Karnataka State Open UniversityMaharashtra
Srimad Andavan Arts and Science CollegeBharathidasan UniversityTamil Nadu
University collegeUniversity of KeralaKerala

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Duration of the course


The course duration is 2 years which is divided as 4 semesters. The duration may vary for distance learning course or part time course.

Job Prospects


If we talk about career options for candidates with Sanskrit as their specialization, they have a lots of job opportunities in government as well private sectors.
They can be a teacher as other languages are in demand now days and academic institutes hire candidates with good compensation. They can be a private tutor as their availability of time.
Language specialization always has benefit in translation related jobs. They can be interpreter like general interpreter and liaison interpreter. Being a language specialist, they can work for publishing houses, translation bureaus, international organizations, etc.
Last but not least is the Freelancing sector where candidates can work as per their choice and freedom. They can write content in Sanskrit, can write blogs, etc.

M.Phil Sanskrit Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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