Sanskrit is a logically refined language, unlike most other languages of the world which are evolved. It has infinitely vast literary resources of great culture that includes insightful scientific literature.
The department of Sanskrit was established in the year of 1948 along with the inception of the Institution. Till the implementation of NEP 2020, Sanskrit was offered as second language for Undergraduate programmes.
By offering Sanskrit as Ability Enhancing Compulsory Course (AECC) Language 1, the Department of Sanskrit at Mount Carmel College enables the students get the key to open the treasure house of Knowledge &Wisdom in order to explore the infinite resources. It also focuses to offer literature content which facilitate learning the life skills to face all kinds of situations. The curriculum is oriented towards transforming individuals to realize inner potential and to serve the world including all life forms and Nature. This in turn contributes towards sustainable development of larger community.
A better world with empowered individuals who would add value to society.
- Teach language skills through a right combination of LSRW method as well as the traditional method.
- Include insightful scientific literature in every semester.
- Language Lab to enhance language learning.
- Teach Sanskrit literature, to broaden the hearts and to widen the outlook of learners.
- Teach Values for leading meaningful life by contributing more than consuming.
Head of the Department
Dr. Jyothirmayi, Associate Professor
M.A., Ph.D., NET.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
2022 - 23
- Organized a guest lecture on “Significance of Arthasastra to future leaders” by Dr. P. Vinay, Karnataka Samskrit University.
- Organized a workshop on “ Character building & Personality development based on Panchakosha vidya, in collaboration with Bharat Utthan Nyas.
- National Youth day events conducted.
- Faculty participated in Seminars and conferences as resource person.
2021 - 22
- Fruit-Tree plantation drive on 07 th August 2021.
- International Webinar Series – With the theme Sanskrit for Society.
- Insights from Ramayana for social welfare on 25 th August 2021.
- The ways to develop Emotional Quotient based on Sanskrit traditions on 1 st October, 2021,by : Prof. J. reenivasamurthy.
- A success story from Ireland- Ayurveda and Yogasutras for the well being of kids – 30 th October 2021, by Prof. Rutger kortenhorst, John Scottus School, Dublin, Ireland.
- Sanskrit for future - Application of IKS – on 22 nd January 2022, by Smt. Hamsa Ravikiran.
- Sanskrit Day on 25 th August - Inter-collegiate Fest.
- National Youth Day celebrated organizing poster-making event and Essay writing competition.
- Seva samarpanam : Visited weavers colony and spent quality time with kids of this slum area. Organized activities for the kids, offered food, sweets, stationeries and cloths to around 50 kids.
2018 - 19
- Conducted 7 day workshop on Yoga-Psychology.
- Conducted a workshop on Sanskrit Wikisource and Online Library for BCom Morning Batch.
- Conducted a workshop on Digitizing Ancient Sanskrit Texts for BCom Noon batch.
- Faculty completed orientation programme from 12th November to 17th November.
- Faculty completed Refresher course on Research Methodology and Statistics.
- Facutly has published a paper titled “प्रतिभा वाक्यार्थः - भर्तृहरॆः आशयस्यास्य प्रसक्तिः अर्थमीमांसायाम्” A paper on Semantics, in “International Journal of Sanskrit Research”ISSN 2394-7519 inVolume 4, Issue 6, 2018.
- Published a paper titled “Grammar Talks- Sanskrit &Tamil” in an International journal “Language in India” Volume 18:12, December 2018. ISSN 1930-2940.
- Students participated and won prizes for Sanskrit events in inter-collegiate competitions.
- Right combination of traditional and modern approach to Sanskrit learning.
- Equal focus to language skill oriented modules and content oriented modules.
- Giving opportunity to apply life values, by engaging the learners with various service activities towards nurturing the nature/ community development.
- Guest lectures organized every semester.
Dr. Jyothirmayi P C
HOD & Associate Professor