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No. 6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU Dated: 30.08.2014 CIRCULAR
No. 6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU
Dated: 30.08.2014
CIRCULAR
Sub:- BA Sanskrit CUCBCSS Syllabus 2014 Admission - Syllabus with appendix uploaded again
replacing earlier Syllabus - information forwarding of - reg
Ref :- 1. This office U.O.No. 7121/2014/Admn Dated, 22.07.2014
2. Email message dated 23.08.2014 from the Chairman Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG)
3. Orders of the Deputy Registrar in file of even number dated 28.08.2014
The Syllabus of
CUCBCSS Sanskrit (UG) for 2014 admission uploaded in the website on
23.07.2014 is replaced and a fresh Syllabus forwarded by the Chairman Board of Studies in Sanskrit
(UG) incorporating the appendix is uploaded now . It may be noted that this is a minor correction ie
including the appendix detailing the selected verses in the Syllabus which was omitted in the earlier
Syllabus forwarded by the Chairman. There is no change in the UO , the UO along with the fresh
Syllabus is attached herewith.
Dr.Abdul M ajeed T.A.
Registrar
To
To
The Principals of all Affiliated Arts and Science Colleges/College of Applied Sciences/Arabic
colleges
.
Copy to: Controller of Examinations//EXSection/EGSection/JR, DR, AR & BA/BSc/BCom/
Tabulation Sections/Dean Faculty of Language & Literature/Chairman Board of Studies - English
(UG)/Information Centres
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 304)
File Ref.No.6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Abstract
BA Programme in Sanskrit - CUCBCSS UG - 2014 Admission - Scheme and Syllabus -Approved Implemented with effect from 2014 Admission - Orders issued
G & A - IV - B
U.O.No. 7121/2014/Admn
Dated, Calicut University.P.O, 22.07.2014
Read:-1. UO. No. 3797/2013/CU dated 07.09.2013 (CUCBCSS UG Modified Regulations )
(File . Ref. No. 13752/GAIV J SO /2013/ CU)
2. UO . No 5180/2014/Admn, dated 29.05.2014 (CUCBCSS UG Revised Regulations )
(File Ref. No. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)
3. Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) held on 17.03.2014
, Item number 2
4. Minutes of the Meeting of the Faculty of Language and Literature held on
20.06.2014, Item number i (ii)
5. Orders of the Vice Chancellor in file of even number dated 22.07.2014
ORDER
The Modified Regulations of Choice Based Credit Semester System for UG Curriculum with
effect from 2014 admission in the
University of Calicut was implemented vide paper read first
above.
The Revised CUCBCSS UG Regulations has been implemented with effect from 2014
admission for all UG Programmes under CUCBCSS in the University vide paper read second above.
The Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) vide paper read third finalised the Syllabus of BA
Sanskrit under CUCBCS for 2014 Admission.
Vide paper read fourth the Faculty of Language and Literature has approved the Syllabus
of BA Sanskrit under CUCBCSS for 2014 admission which was finalised by the Board of Studies in
Sanskrit (UG) at its meeting held on 17.03.2014.
Vide paper read fifth above, the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor , considering the exigency, exercising
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 305)
the powers of the Academic Council has approved item number 2 of the Minutes of the Meeting of
the Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) held on 17.03.2014 subject to ratification by the Academic
Council.
Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the Scheme and Syllabus of BA
Programme in Sanskrit (UG) under CUCBCSS, in the University with effect from 2014 admission.
Orders are issued accordingly. (The Syllabus is available in the Website: University
of Calicut.info)
Muhammed S
Deputy Registrar
To
1. The Principals of all Arts and Science Colleges under the University of Calicut
2. PS to VC/PVC/PA to Registrar/CE/EX IV Section/EG Section/Director SDE/DR and AR
BA Branch /SDE/SDE Exam Branch/Library/Information Centres/SF/DF/FC
Forwarded / By Order
Section Officer
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 306)
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM
B.A. DEGREE _ SANSKRIT PROGRAMME
Q0l4 admission onwards)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 307)
PREFACE
University had been restructured from
The Under graduate courses under Calicut
The
direction of Kerala Higher Education Council
2014 admission onwards as part of the
&
existing pattem to Choice Based Credit
UG programme has changed from the then
of the syllabus of the programme was in tune
Semester System (CBSS). The revision
world in the higher education region The
with the changes that occurred all over the
Council in this regard was in conformity with
direction of the Kerala Higher Education
by University Grants Commission The neq
the National Education Policy envisaged
Course
as Common Course' Core Course' Open
syltabus included four types of courses
&
ComPlementarY Course'
ThestudyofSanskritundertherevisedsyllabienabledthestudentsinproper
understanding of Indian Culture and
motivation in the pursuit of knowledge and
the
comprehensive skills' communicative skill'
Civilization. It is aimed to improve the
Mote over the courses are designed so
skill of creative writing and language proficiency'
thatthestudentisenabledatenjoyingtheliterarycreationsinaproperandgoodway.
of syllabus' We think that it is high
Four years have passed after the last revision
As per the decision of the Board of
time to revise and update the existing syllabus
and
of BA Programme Sanskrit has been revised
Studies of Sanskrit (uG), the syllabus
thanks to all Teachers and friends who
updated. We express our sincere and heartfelt
have inspired us in completing this attempt'
Chairman and Members
Board of Studies Sanskrit UG
2
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 308)
CHOICE BASED CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM
BACHELOR OF ARTS PROGRAMME IN SANSKRIT
The Undergraduate Programme in Sarskrit Language and Literature is
a choice based credit semester
system of3 Year duration v,rith 6 semesters. The programme
consists of r0 common Courses, 14
core courses, 8 complimentary courses, 2 choice based courses and project
work. The common
Courses include 6 Courses in English and 4 courses in Sanskrit. 14
Core Courses are dedicated to
Sanskit Language and Literature. The g complementary Courses are so
designed as to supprement
the core courses and some ofthem are professiona[y oriented. The choice
based courses are purery
profession-oriented so that not only the students of Sanskiti
Programrne but also ofother programmes
can get an opportunity to take advantage of them.
Structure of the Programme:
The sanskit Programme is three faceted
-r.The Study of Sanskrit Language 2. The Study of Sanskit
Literature and 3.The Study of Sanskrit in a professional perspective.
Aims and Objectives of the programme:
The curricular objectives of the programme are specified below.
1. To make the student a human being
in the correct sense of the word.
2. To broaden the outlook ofthe students and instill in them a sense ofconfidence
and
responsibility.
3. To make them ready to face the present day world of ambiguities
and contradictions.
4. To make them empathetic and sympathetic towards fellow human
beings.
5. To make them understand the society better and ready them to
responsibilities towards the sociery.
fulfill their duties and
6. To train them in the field oftranslation so that they can use the
expertise thus gained to
enrich Malayalarn and Sanskrit Literature through translation.
7. To charurelise their creative writing abilities towards writing in
Hindi so as to enable
them to contribute towards Indian Literature.
I'
To inspire them to use their energy and creative ability for the upriftment
of the poor
and downtrodden among the society.
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 309)
9. To make them able to communicate in Sanskrit fluently so that they can perform their
duties better when they are outside Kerala.
10. To impart the importance Sanskrit Language to the mass '
11. To
imply sanskrit from the very beginning of Education is very helpful to bring up a
better generation.
Total Marks
:100
Internal Assessment
t20
Extemal Assessment
:80
Internal Assessment
Attendance
z
25Yo
Assi gnmenVseminarlr'IVA
z
25Yo
Test Paper
:50%o
Duration of Exam
:3hrs
4
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 310)
LIST OF RESTRUCTURED COURSES
COMMONCOURSE
BA,/B.Sc Degree programme
Course
SKT I A 07
SKT 2 A 08
SKT 3 A 09
SKT 4 A 10
Sl.No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Code
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
Title
Karya Literature and Applied Grammar
Prose & Applied Grammar
Drama and Alankara
History of Sanskrit Literature, Kerala Culture &
Translation
B.Com / BBA Degree Programme
Management and Indian Heritage, Subhasithas &
SKT I A07
Grammar
Prachinavaniya & Translation
SKT 2 A 09
1.
(02)
2.
(02)
B.Sc. Degree Programme (In Alternate Pattern)
Ancient Science, Subhasithas & Grammar
SKT I A 07
Drama & Translation
SKT 2 A 09
l.
2.
Core Course
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
(03)
(03)
SKT 1 B 01
SKT 2 B 02
SKT 3 B 03
SKT 3 B 04
SKT 4 B 05
SKT 4 B 06
SKT 5 B 07
SKT 5 B 08
SKT 5 B 09
SKT 5 B 10
Mahakavya, Alankara and Vritta
Khandakavya & Strotrakarya
Methodology of Ancient Indian Tradition
Gadyakavya
Vyakarana and Nyaya-l
Nataka
Ved4 Smriti & Upanishad
Vyakarana and NYaYa-II
Bhagavadgita & Arthasastra
General Informatics
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 311)
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
SKT6B11
SKT 6 B 12
SKT 6 B 13
SKT 6 B 14
SKT 6 B 15 (E
SKT 6 B 15 (E
SKT 6 B 15 (E
01)
02)
03)
Alankara Sastra
Natyasiddhanta
Sankhya & Vedanta
Elements of Indian Culture ald Environmental Science
Malayalam Writers on Sanskit
Sanskrit Theatre ofKerala
Kavisiksha
COMPLEMENTARY COURSE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
SKT I
SKT I
SKT 2
SKT 2
SKT 3
SKT 3
SKT 4
SKT 4
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
C
0i
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
(01)
B.A MALAYALAM DEGREE
1.
SKT 1 C 01 (02)
2.
SKT 2 C 02 (02)
SKT 3 C 03 (02)
3.
4.
SKT 4 C 04 (02)
OPEN COURSE
SKT 5 D
SKT 5 D
SKT 5 D
1.
2.
3.
01
02
03
History of Sanskrit Literature - I
Technical Literature in Sanskit
History of Sanskrit Literature II
Contribution of Kerala to Sanskrit Literature
Linguistics
Indian Philosophy I - Vedic Schools
Indian Literary Criticism
Indiaa Philosophy II - Non Vedic Schools
PROGRAMME
Poetry, Grammar and Translation
Prose, Basic Grammar and Translation
Kerala Contribution to Sanskrit
Drama and Kerala Sanskit Theatre
Management Principles in Sanskrit
Ancient Indian Law
Scientific Literature in Sanskrit
COURSE WORK/PROJECT
SANSKRIT B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME
9
.-
I
E
Name ofthe Course
E
Course Title
Course Code
F
Common Cous€ I
Common Course ll
Common Course 07
I
Core Course
2
3
3
3
l
EO
sKT r c0r (0t)
3
Technical Literaturc in Sanskrir
sKTrc02(0t)
3
3
Enslish
English
)
4
3
3
2
3
3
2
III
5
4
IV
4
0t
4
6
4
4
4
3
2
I
20
English
Kavya Liteaature and appl ied Grammar
Mahakarya Alankara and Vritta
History of Sanskrit Literature I
4
Complementary
Course
5
4
4
6
l8
0l
Complementary
Course 02
Common Cours€
Common Cou6€
Common Cource
Core Course
II
Complementary
20
3
3
6
Prose and applied Grammar
Khandakavya
History ofSanskrit Literalure
sKTrA0T(01)
SKTIBOI
sKT2A08(0r)
Il
SKT2B02
sKT2C03(01)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 312)
Course 03
Complementary
Course
M
v
Common Cous€
Cornmon Cou6e 09
Core Course III
Core Course IV
Complementary
3
sKT2C04(01)
1
2
3
Contnbutions ofKerala to Sanskit lilerature
5
4
4
3
English
3
3
4
4
3
2
3
3
Drama and Alankara
Methodology of Ancient lndian Tradition
GadyakaYya & Sthrothmkavya
sKT3A09(0r)
4
Linguistics
sKT3C05(01)
3
2
3
IndiaD Philosophy
1
English
3
3
History ofSanskrit Lrtelatlag Ke.ala Culture
and Tmnslation
vyakaiana and Nyaya
5
5
20
SKT3B03
SKT3B04
Course 05
Complementary
Coulse 06
Common Couse
Common Course
Core Course
vl
5
l0
5
v
I
sKT3C06(01)
sK] 4 A
t0(01)
SKT4B05
SKT4B06
lndiatr Literary Crihcism
hdian Philosophy - Non vedic [email protected]
sKT4C07(0r)
sKT4C08(01)
3
Ved4 Srnriti and Upanishad
Vyakanna and Nyaya Il
SKT5BOT
3
BhaBavadgita and Anhasastra
General Informalics and sanskrit
Management Principles in Sanskrit
Ancient Indian Law
Scientific Literature in Sanskrit
SKT5B09
Alankare Sastra
Natyasiddhanta
Sarkhya and Vedanta
Elements oflodian Culturc and
Environmental Science
Mala,rlam writcrs on Sanskrit
Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala
SKT6BII
5
{
3
2
3
3
3
2
3
5
1
l
5
I
l
)
4
3
3
2
3
20
Course 07
Complementary
vedic Schools
N.lrka
Vl
Complementary
Core Course
I
I
I
I
-
Course 08
Core
Cor€
Core
Core
5
vll
Course
Course
Course D(
Course
5
v[I
x
20
Open CouBe
Course Work/
Proiect
work
xI
Core Course
Core Cours€
Corc Course
Core Cours€
Corc Cours€ Elective
xI
2
2
5
3
5
5
3
5
4
4
3
3
xlII
xry
6
22
3
CouNe worU
Proj€ct Wo.k
1
3
Kavisiksha
2
SKT5BOt
SKT5BIO
SKT5DOl
SKT5D02
SKT5D03
SKT5B
12
SKT6BI]
SKT6B14
sK] 6 B l5(E0l)
sKT 6 B l5(802)
sKT 6 B r5(E03)
x
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME MALAYALAM
U
E
I
Course
Title
Complemenrary
Cours€
II
t
3
25%
3
2
3
25%
3
2
l
6
4
l
III
Complemantary
Course
2
Name of the Course
Course Code
l-
E
3
II
Complemenlary
Course
rrl
75%
Poetry, Gnnunar and Translation
sKTrc0l(02)
Prose, Basic Grammar and Translation
sKT2C02(02)
KeEla Contribution to Sanskrit Literature
sKT3C03(02)
sKT4C04(02)
I
Complementary
Coune
eE
'7
50/o
2PA
8096
Drama ard Kerala Sanskrit Th€atre
250/o
15%
ManaBement
[V
B.ComDEGREE PROGRAMME
Common Course 07
5
4
3
Sbhashithas
Common Cou,se 09
5
4
3
150/.
7
and Indian Heritage,
sKT1A07(02)
& Grantmar
Prachina Vanijya and Translation
sKT2A09(02)
Drama Translation ard Applied Grammar
sKT2A09(02)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 313)
Project Work
The report of the Project Work should be submiued by the students at least one
week before the commencement of the sixth semester examination. The Project Report
should be written either in English or in Sanskit. The Report should not exceed forty
pages.
Note:-
l.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Core Courses except lII, X and XIV should be witten in Sanskrit.
Core Courses III, X, XIV may be answered either in Sanskit or in English or in Malayalam.
Common Courses in Sanskrit may be answered either in Sanskit or in English or in Malayalam.
Complementary Courses may be answqred either in Sanskrit or in English.
Open Courses and Elective Courses may be answered either in Sanskit or in English or in
Malayalam.
Complementary Courses for B.A Programme Malayalam may be ansrvered either in Sanskrit or in
English or in Malayalam.
SEMESTER-I
Course Code
Title
Instructional hours per
Credits
week
SKT I A07
Ka!rya Literature
& Applied Grammar
4
4
Management and Indian Heritage,
Subhasithas & Grammar
Ancient Science, Subhasithas & Grammar
5
I
5
4
SKTIBOI
Mahakavya Alankara and Vritta
6
4
SKTICOI
History of Sanskrit Literature - I
3
2
Technical Literaore in Sanskit
3
2
Poetry, Grammar and franslation
3
2
(01)
SKTIAOT
(02)
SKTI A07
(03)
(01)
SKTIC02
(01)
SKTICOI
(02)
sKT1A07(01)
B.A,/B.Sc DEGRXE PROGRAMME
SEMESTER- I COMMON COURSE - 07
KAVYA LITERATURE AND APPLIED GRAMMER
Texts: Raghuvamsa of Kalidasa
Credits
-
-
Canto VI, Nitisataka of Bhartrhari Selected 20 verses
4
Instructional hous 72
Aim of the Course
t1
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 314)
The Course aims at introducing Mahakavya Literature and appreciation of the
Mahakavya. It also aims at cultivating moral values among students through the study of
Subhashitas. More over it aims to enable the students to identify the basic grammatical
features of Sanskrit.
Objectives of the Course
To impart general awareness of Sanskrit Mahakavya literature to students.
To enable the student to enjoy and appreciate Mahavaya.
To familiarize the student with similar contexts of other Kavyas.
To enable the student to understand the basic principles of grammar through the study of
the Kavya.
Module I
- Origin and development
of kavya literature'
a. Characteristics of Mahakavyas, b. Panchamahakavyas,
c. Khandakavyas - Erotic, Devotional, and Stray verses
Essential Reading
A Short History of Sanskrit Literature By T.K. Ramachandra Iyer.
Additional Reading
1. Indian Kavya Literature - A.K. Warder 2. History of Sanskrit Literature
3. History of classical Sanskrit Literature - M. Krishnamachariar.
4. Samskrita Sahitya Charithranr
-
Ed. By Dr. M.S. Menon
-
A.B. Keith
& Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja.
Published by Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur.
Module II - Kalidasa Literature
a. Introduction of the poetic style of Kalidasa. b. Other works of Kalidasa
c. Poetic excellence of Kalidasa
Essential Reading
Raghuvamsa of Kalidasa VI Canto I -46 verses
Additional Reading
of Raghuvamsa.2 . Manusmriti
Arthasastra
and
other Dharamasastra works. 4. Kalidasa
3.
1. Translations
Module
-
by Dr. C. Kunhaa Raja.
III -
Subhasitas
Characteristics of Subhasitas and Major authors
Essential Reading
Bharrhari's Nitisataka
-
Selected 20 verses (appended herewith)
Additional Reading
l.
Subhasitasahasri. 2. Yaksprasna. 3. Viduraniti. 4. Subhashitaratnabhandagara
I
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 315)
Module IV
1
.
- Applied Grammar-
split the Sandhi. 2. combine the Sandhi. 3. vigraha Vakyas. 4. Use in Sentences
sKTlA0T(02)
B.Com DEGREE PROGRAMME
SEMESTER I - COMMON COTIRSE - 07
MANAGEMENT AND INDIAN HERITAGE, SUBHASHITAS AND BASIC
Credit
-4
GRAMMAR
Instructional hours 90
Aims of the Course
The Course aims at developing an appropriate knowledge of the management
philosophy and value system heritage rooted in our cultural heritage among the st;dents.
It also aims at cultivating moral values among students through the study of subhashitas.
Developing the basic grammatical skill is also aimed at this course.
Objective of the Course
To make the student aware of the management principles and philosophy embedded in
our ancient texts.
To introduce major Acharyas of our cultural heritage to the students and to impart value
education in them.
To develop language skill among students by leaming the basic grammar in Sanskit.
Course Out line:Module I
Introduction of references of management principles that lay unearthed in our ancient
to modem students. Bhagavadgita, Mahabharata, Arthasaastra,
Charakasamlita, Panchatantra. Thirukural, etc. are good examples of management
principles and teachings.
sanskrit texts
Essential Reading
Management and Indian Heritage
By v.K.S. Menon from "Indian Traditions of
Management" Ed. Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri, Published by Calicut University.
-
Module II
Inculcate moral value education among students, Bhartrhari, vyasa, vidura etc. are
eminent gurus in this regard.
10
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 316)
Essential Reading
Subhashitas
23 verses (194-216) from Subhashitasahasri Com.
Nambudiri, Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur.
-
Module
by D.
Sreeman
III
To familiarize the students the basic principles of Sanskit language so as to enable to
read and understand ancient literature dealing with management principles and moral
education.
Essential Reading
& Sons, Kalpathi, Palakkad.
Declensions of Vrksha, Lata, Vanam, Asmad and Yushmad.
Conjugation of Bhu-Dhatu in Lat, Lang, Lit, Lot Lrt.
Sidharupa, Published by R.S. Vadhyar
sKrlA0T(03)
B.Sc. DEGREE PROGRAMME (In alternate pattern)
SEMESTERI_ COMMON COURSE- VII
ANCIENT SCIENCE, SUBHASHITAS AND GRAMMAR
(For students of subjects related to a. Chemistry. b. Plrysics. c. Biologt and d.
Mathematics)
Credits
-
4
Instmctional hours 90
Aims and Objectives
Science in ancient India as in any other parts ofthe world is the result of observation and
experiment. The truth established through this procedure is called Siddhantha. To make
the students know the scientific methods in ancient India connected with various
branches of science like Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Mathematics, etc. is the aim of the
course. Neither the Scientists are awlre ofAncient Indian Scientific Literature in Sanskrit
nor the Sanskrit Scholars are competent enough to impart this knowledge of Science to
the world of scientists. The gulf between the scientists and Sanskrit Scholars are to be
bridged. It can be done only by exploring this bulk of literature with all possible
measures.
Module I
a) Scientific Methodology in Ancient India - K.N. Neelakanthan Elayath
b) Ecological Awareness in Vedas - C.M. Neelakanthan
c) Environmental Awareness in Ancient in Ancient India - C. Rajendran
Essential Reading
Indian Scientific Traditions Ed. by Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri Pub. by Calicut University.
11
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 317)
Additional Reading
1. Science in History by J.D. Bernal
2. The History of Indian Chemistry by P.C. Roy
3. A Concise History of Science in India - C. Rajendran
Module II
To introduce moral/ value based education along with language skills. To help the
students in memorizing the verges and creating a culture of Aksharasloka. Students
should be motivated to collect slokas containing the same message and value'
Selected 10 Subhashitas from Bhtrtrhari's Nitisataka
Essential Reading
Bhartrhari's Nitisataka selected 15 verses.
The Niti and Vairagyasataka of Bharthrhari. Ed. with a com. in Sanskrit and English
Translation and notei by M.R. Kale. Pub. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, Seventeeth Edition
1971.
Additional Reading
Subhashithasahasri by D. Sreeman Namboodiri, Yakshaprasna and Viduraniti'
Module
1.
2.
3.
III
Grammar
Declensons of Vrksha. Latha, Vanam, Guru and Pithr sabdas
Conjugations of Bhu dhatu in Lat, Lit, Lang and Lot lakaras.
Conjugations ofVand Dhatu in Lat, Lit, Lrt, Lang and Lot lakaras'
Essential Reading
Sidharupa published by R.S. Vadhyar & Sons, Palakkad.
Additional Reading
Sabdamanjari and Dhatumaaj ari, Pub. by
R'S Vadhyar & Sons, Palakkad.
SKTlBOl
B.A. DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER I CORE COURSE I
MAHAKA\ryA ALANKARA AND VRITTA
Credits
-
4
Instructional
hours
108
(Iexts: Kiratarjuniya of Bharoti Canto l, Kuvalayananda and Laghuvrittaratnakara)
Aim of the Course
The Course aims at imparting a general awareness of Mahakavya in Sanskrit and
introducing the Mahakarrya literature to students through the study of the Kiratarjuneeya
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ofBharavi.ItisalsointendedtofamiliarizetheAlankarasandVrittasandtheirplacein
the study and appreciation of Poetry'
Objectives of the Course
and modern
i"'""rii""r" ,t . skill of understanding Sanskrit Karryas borh from traditional
perspectives.
^-r
ri+-..r,,"o ic
Toenablethestudentstoread'writeandunderstandSanskritlanguageandliteratur.eis
also perceived.
general and their role in the
To introduce the main features of Alankaras and vrittas in
appreciation of PoetrY.
I
Module
-st
method and
Jy r"a appreciation of Kiratarjuniya canto I verses 1 to 20 in traditional
also in modem PersPective.
II
Module
i*Jy ;;J"pp..ciation
of Kiratarjuniya canto
I
verses 21 to 46 in traditional method and
.oa..p"..p."tive.Shrdyoflanguagethroughkalyaintraditionalmethodandmodem
perspective.
lll
the ten Alankara: L Rupakam, 2. Arisayokti, 3. Aoahnuti. 4. samsokri,
"i
i- Virodhabhasq 6. Drshtanta, 7. Tulyayogita, 8' Kavyalinga, 9' Svabhavokti and
Module
iuJy
1
0. Aprastutaprasamsa.
Essential Reading
published by R.S. Vadhyar and sons, Kalpathi.
Kuvalayananda pi Appuyu Dikshita
patakkid with a Commentary and English Translation by Prof. T.K. Ramachandra Iyer.
Additional Reading
l.
2.
Bharathiyakivyasastram by Dr. T. Bhaskaran, Pub. by Kerala Bhasha Institute,
ThiruvananthaPuram.
Indian Karrya iiterature, A'K. Warder, Motilal Banarsidas, Delhi'
Module IV
Study of Vrttas in Sanskrit Literature. 1. Anustup, 2. Upendravajra,3. Rathoddhata,
4. Mandakranta 5. Sardulavikriditam, 6. Malini, 7. Indravajr4 8. Vamsastham, 9.
Sragdhara and 10. Vasantatilakam.
Essential Reading
iugtiou.tt^utnutia with English notes and illustrations from Popular Kavyas - by Prof.
T.i.
Ramachandra Iyer Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar and Sons, Kalpathi, Palakkad'
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sKrlc0l(01)
B.A. DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER 1 COMPLEMENTARY COURSE 1
IIISTORY OF SATISKRIT LITERATURE T
CrediS - 2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the Course
The course aims at introducing the vedic Literature, Epics and puranas in general to the
students.
Objectives of the Course
To inhoduce the characteristics, divisions and social & cultural conditions of the vedas.
features and characteristics of Epics and their influence on later rit"*t
*d
characteristics of Puranas in general.
r.
Course Outline
Module I
vedas in general. Date and Arrangrnent of vedas and Samhitas, Social and cultural
conditions of Rgvedic age.
Module
II
Brahmanas, Aranyakas, Upanishads and Vedangas
Module III
Epics. 1. Mahabharatha - Date. Structure, Content, Authership and it's inlluence on later
works. 2. Ramayana - Origin, Date and Subject matter.
Module
IV
Puranas
-
Definition of Puran4 Date of Puranas and Main Puranas.
Essential Reading
Short History of Sanskrit Literature
A
-
Prof. T.K. Ramachandra Iyer, Pages 1 to 55.
Additional Reading
1.
2.
3.
4.
Samskrita Sahitya Charitram - Vol. I & II Published by Kerala Sahitya Academy,
Thrissur.
A history of Sar*rit Literature - by A.A. Macdonnel
A History of Sanskrit Lirerature - by A.B. Keith
A History of Vedic Literature - by S.N. Shamra.
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sKT1C02(01)
Credits
-
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRJT
SEMESTER 1 COMPLEMENTARY COURSE II
TECHNICAL LITERATURE IN SANSKRIT
Instructional hours 54
2
Aim of the Course
Ancient Indian Technological Development is embedded in Sanskrit Literah[e. To
include an aptitude in students to unearth and study the concealed technological and
scientific knowledge of ancient India'
Objectives of the Course
l. To impart awareness of ancied Indian scientific knowledge
2. To have an awareness of the technological development in ancient India'
3. To have an awareness of the various disciplines of knowledge India prevailed in
ancient India.
Course Outline
Module I
Astronomy and mathematics in Sanskrit literature.
Essential Reading
Technical literaturi in Sanskit. Ed. by S. Venkitasubramania Iyer. Pages
-
14 to 60.
Module II
Alurveda
Essential Reading
History of Ayurveda by N.V. Ifuishnankutty Varrier
-
Part I
-
Pages 1 to 44
Module III
Architecture
Essential Reading
A text book of Vistuvidya by T.S. Balagopal Parbhu
Vastuvidya.
- Chapter V Nature and Scope of
Additional Reading
Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri, calicut University Publication
2. Science and Technology in Ancient India - Deviprasad Chattopadyaya'
1. lndian Scientific Traditions
-
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3. Science in History - J.D. Bemal
4. A concise History ofScience in India
-
S.N. Sen & Subbarayappa.
sKT1C01(02)
B.A. DEGREE PROGRAMME MALAYALAM
SEMESTER I COMPLEMENTARY COURSE 1
POETRY, GRAMMAR & TRANSLATION
(Text:- Sreelnishna Vilasam of Sukumarakavi Canto I)
Credits
-
4
Instmctional Hours 54
Aim of the Course
The course aims at familiarizing the student with Sanskrit Kavyas. It also aims to make
the student capable of understanding the fundamental principles of Sanskrit Grammar and
to acquaint with simple translation from Sanskrit to regional language.
Objectives of the Course
To make the student aware of the style of Sanskrit Kalyas in general. Appreciation of
Poetry. Identification of vibhaktis of words in the verse. comparer the similar contexts
fiom Malayalam literature. To teach the students the fundamental principles of Sanskrit
Grammar and to develop the skill of translating verses from Sanskrit to regional
language.
Course Outline
Module I
History
of
Kavya Literature
characteristics
Sukumarakavi
-
of
in
Mahakavya and
His style and works.
sanskrit with special reference to Mahakavya.
its importance in literature. Major Mahakavyas.
Essential Reading
Samskita Sahitya Charithram Vol. II Pub. by Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur.
Module
II
Detailed study of Slokas I to 45 of Sreekrishnavilasa Canto
Essential Reading
Sreekrishna Vilasam Canto I (Slokas 1 to 45)
Additional Reading
Malayalam Translation of Sreekrishna Vilasam
Module
III - Grammar.
Declensions of Vriksha, LatA Vanarn, Pitr and Kavi.
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Conjugation ofBhu Dahatu, in Lat, Lang, Lrt Lit and Lot
Sandhi-Svara, Vyanjana and Visarga
Essential Reading
Sidharupa, Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar & Sons, Kalpathi, Palakkad.
Additional Reading
Sabdamanjari, Dhatumanjari, Balabodhanam by Rajarshi Ramavarma Thampuran. Pub.
Go!t. Sanskrit College, Trippunithara.
Laghusamskritam By. Dr. K.G. Paulose, Current Books, Kottayam
Module IV
Translation of I(n own Verses from the prescribed text.
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Cowse Code
Title
SEME,STER II
Instructional hours
per week
SKT2A08
Prose
(01)
Grammar
Prachinavanij ya &
Translation
Drama & Translation
SKT2A09
(02)
SKT2A09
& Applied
Credits
4
4
)
4
5
4
6
4
3
2
J
2
3
2
(03)
SKT2B02
SKT2C03
(01)
SKT2C04
(01)
SKT2C02
(02)
Khanda kavya &
Sthothra Kavya
History of Sanskit
Literature - II
Contribution of Kerala to
Sanskrit literature
Prose Basic Grammar
and Translation
sKT 2 08 (01)
B.A/B.Sc DEGREE PROGRAMME
SEMESTERII COMMON COURSE II
PROSE AND APPLIED GRAMMER
(Iexts:- Kudambari Samgraha & Panchatantra)
Credits
4
Instructional hours 72
Aims and Objectives
The course intends to familiarize the students with Sanskrit prose literature.
Objectives of the course
To make the student aware of the origin and development of Sanskrit prose
literature and didactic fables.
2' To introduce sanskrit prose style in the light of Sukanasopadesa in Kadambari
Sangraha and Aparikshitakaraka from Panchatantra of Vishnusarman.
3. To make the student to write small passages in Sanskrit oftheir own.
4. To identiff Samasas, Vigrahas and Grammatical peculiarities.
l
Module I
History of Prose literature
a) Origin development and classification ofProse literature.
b) Major Prose works in Sanskit literature including Katha and Akhyayika.
Essential Reading
A short History of Sanskrit literature
-
T.K. Ramachandra Iyer. page 9g to 105.
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Additional Reading
Indian kalya literature
History of
History
- A'K. Warder
of
Samskrita
Krishnamachariar
by Dr' M'S' Menon and Dr' Kunjunni Raja'
Pub. by Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur.
Module
II
Banabhatta - His style, works and poetic excellence. Detailed study of Sukanasopadesa
from Kadambarisamgraha.
Essential Reading
R.S.
Srrkaou.opud"sa- irom Kadambarisamgraha by Sri. R.V. Krishnamachariar, Pub. by
Vadhyar & Sons, KalPathi, Palakkad.
Additional Reading
Malayalam Translaiion of Kadambari - by Mundur Sukumaran Pub. by D.C. Books
Kottayam and by Ayyappa Panickar (World Classic Series Pub' by D'C' Books,
Kottayam)
Module III
Introduction of the Kartha style of Vishnusarman and detailed study of 1. Brahmani
Nakulakatha, 2. Lobhavishta chakradharakatha. 3. Matsyamandukakatha. 4.
Somasarmapitrkatha from
Simhokarakamurkhabrahmanakatha and 5.
Aparikshitakarakam of Panchatantra
Essential Reading
Aparikshitakarakam of Panchatantra of vishnusarman, Pub. by R.S. vadhyar
Kalpathi, Palakkad.
&
sons,
Additional Reading
1. Katha Saritsagara of Somadeva
2. Brahtkatha manjari of Kshemendra.
Modul IV
Applied Grammar
texts.
- Samasa, Vigraha and Grammatical peculiarities based on prescribed
sKT A 09 (02)
B.COM DEGREE PROGRAMME
SEMESTER
II COMMON COURSE 09
PRACHINAVANIJYA AND TRANSLATION
Credits 4
Aim of Course
To introduce the arcient system of trade and commerce.
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To inculcate translation skill from Sanskrit to English and Vice-Versa.
Objective
To familiarize the student the techniques of ancient trade, commerce and law oftaxation.
To develop the skill of translation and language skill in Sanskrit among the students.
Module I
The system of financial management, accrual of treasuy, Agriculture management,
animal husbandry, preparation of documents, collection of tolls and settlement of
disputes in ancient India.
Essential reading
Prachinavanijya Ed. by Dr. M. Sivakumaraswamy Pub. by Bharavi prakasana, Banglore.
Chapters 1,2,3,9,I I and 13.
Additional Reading
Vartha
-
by P.S. Subharamapattar, Geetha Press, Thrissur
Module II
Make the student capable of translating verses and short passages from Sanskrit to
English or regional language and from English to Sanskrit.
Essential Reading
Exercise in Translation
Palakkad.
-
by T.K. Ramachandra Iyer, Pub- by R.S. Vadhyar
&
Sons
sKT 2 A 09(03)
B.Sc DEGREE PROGRAMME (Alternate Pattern)
SEMESTERII COMMON COURSE 09
DRAMA, TRANSLATION AI\D GRAMMAR
(Text: Karnabhara of Bhasa)
Credits
4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
To make the student understand Sanskrit Dram4 its origin and development. Moreover it
is aimed to give a basic awareness of translation and grammar.
Objective of the Course:
1. To understand the origin and development of Sanskrit Drama.
2. To familiarize the major dramas of Sanskrit literature.
3. To familiarize the student with the dramatic skill of Bhasa.
4. To impart basic awareness of translation of Sanskrit verse and passages to English or
to Malayalam and vice versa.
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Module
I
Bhasa's plays, with special reference to Kamabhara'
Essential reading
kamabhara of Bliasa
-
Pub. by R'S. Vadhyar & Sons, Palakkad'
Additional Reading
t. ehasa- a Studyl4.p. Pusalkar, Pub. by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers - Delhi'
M Library' University
2. Bhasanatakachalaam - Ed. by Dr. T. Bhaskaran, Pub' by ORI &
of Kerala, ThiruvananthaPuram'
3. Sanskrit Drama - A.B' Keith, Motilal Banasidass, Delhi'
4. New Problems in Bhasa Plays Dr' N'P' Ururi, Pub'
Thiruvananthapuram.
-
Module
by College Book
House'
II
MakethestudentcapableoftranslatingversesandshortpassagesfromSanskitto
English or Malayalam and from English to Sanskrit.
Essential reading
Excercises in Traislation by
Module
-
T.K. Ramachandra Iyer, R.S. Vadhyar & Sons Palakkad.
III
To make the student read and understand the structure of language and to communicate.
a) Declensions of Vriksha, Latha, Vana, Guru and Pitre
b) Conjugations of Bhu-Dhatu - in lat, lit, lang and lot lakaras
c) Conjugations ofVand - Dhatu in lat, lit, lrt, lang and lot lakras
Essential Reading
Sidharoopa Pub. R.S. Vadhyar and Sons, Palakkad
Additional Reading
Sabdamanjari and Dhatumanjari. Pub. by R.S. vadhyar and Sons, Kalpathy, Palakkd.
SKT2B02
B.A. DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER II CORE COURSE II
KIIANDAKAVYA & STHOTHRA KAVYA
(Iext:- Meghaduta of Kalidasa, Pur-vamegha only Narayaneeyam of Melpathur)
Credits
Instructional
4
108
21
hours
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Aims of the course
Familiatize the new genre of poetry propounded
by Kalidasa through Meghaduta viz_
Sandesakavya.
Familiarize the new genre of poetry propounded
by Melpathur Narayana Bhattathiri
rffough Narayaneeya viz _ Sthothra Kavya
Objective of course
avya & Sthothrakarya
Sandesakavya in Sankrit literature.
poets.
layalam.
Module I
Introduction to the rife and works of K-alidasa.
Appreciation of sandesajarya in the light
of Meghaduta - purvamegha Verses _ I to 30
Module
II
Meghaduta
-
Purvamegha Verses
_
3l to 66
Essential Reading
Meghaduta of Kalidasa (purvamegha)
Module
III
Narayaneeyam
-
Dasaka 45, 46, 47 Balaleela
Essential Reading
Narayaneeyam by Melpathur Narayana Bhattathiri
Additional Reading
Translation of Meghaduta by Kutrikrishna Marar
HflX;frrn
_ pub, Marar Sahithya
Other Sandesakavyas and Sthothra Kavyas in
Sanskrit and Malayalam.
sKT
2 C 03(01)
B.A
SEMES
III
HIST
I
Credit 2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at introducing classical period
of Sanskrit literature.
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Objective of course
Mahakavyas' Historical
To introduce the origin, development and characteristics of
Tales' Fables aad
Popular
f""y^, iy.i"t, Suttristritas, p'J to-*"", Champu Kavyas'
Dramas.
Course outline
Module I
Date of Kalidasa, Origin and Development of Mahakavyas'
Module II
Historical Kavyas, Lyrics and Subhashitas
Module
III
Prose romance, Champukarryas, Popular Tales and Fables
Module IV
piamas - Types of drama' Authorship of Trivandrum plays origin and development of
Sanskit Drama.
Essential Reading
A short history of Sanskrit literature by Prof' T'K' Ramachandra Iyer
Additional Reading
1. A History of Sanskrit Literature by A.B. Keith
2. History of Classical Sanskrit literature by M'M' Krishnamachariar
3. A Hisiory of Sanskrit Literature by A'A. Macdornel
Academy'Thrissur.
+. samskrita Sahitya charithram - vol -II Pub. by Kerala Sahitya
sKT2C04(01)
B.A. DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER II COMPLEMENTARY COURSE IV
CONTRIBUTION OF KERALA TO SANSKRIT LITERATURE
Instructional hours 54
Credit 2
Aims of the course
aims at introducing the contribution of Kerala writers in sanskrit, which
Th"
"o*r"
a very prominent part In Sanskrit Literatue' Kerala has made considerable
forms
contributionstoalmost all branches of knowledge in SanskritObjectives of the course
To'familimize the abundant wealth of knowledge preserved in Sanskrit by Kerala
and
i"frofu... It pervades to almost all categories of literature like Kavya (both Gadya
Padya), Nataka, Champu, Literary Criticism and Hermeneutics'
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Course Outline
Module
I
Kulasekharas of Mahodayapuram.
Module
II
Zamorins of Kozhikode
Module III
Contributions of Cochin Royal Family
Module IV
Contributions ofKerala to Sanskrit literary Criticism
Essential Reading
Contribution of Kerala to Sanskrit literature _
Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja.
Additional Reading
l
Keraleeya Samskrita Sahitvacharitram _ Wadakkumkur
Rajaraja
Varma.
'
2. Kerala Sahitya Charitram Utt* S.
3. Kerala Sanskrit Literature _ A Bibliography _
S. VJnlJtasrU.u.ania ly"r.
4. Sanskrit Literature of Kerala _ E.
Nu.Uooai.il'
5. Studies in Kerala Sanskrit Literature _
Or. f.lff.p. Uritfri.i.
p*.-.;;;;;;^
fr***
sKT2C02(02)
B.A DEGREE PRAGRAMME MALAYALAM
SEMESTER II COMPLEMENTARY COURSE
II
PROSE, BASIC GRAMMAR AIID TRANSLATION
Credits
-
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aim at introduction of Sanskit prose
literature in general and its appreciation.
Basic principles of grammar and Translation
skills are also aimed at.
Objective of the Course
Course outline
Module I
Prose literafure
-
Division and Characteristics
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Essential reading
ffi;;;;by
Pub' bv
P.S. Ananthanaravana sastry (Balakantla only)
R'S Vadhvar &
Sons KalPathi, Palakkad.
Additional reading
iuttikalute Ramayanam - Mathrubhumi Publications
Adhyatma Ramayanam by Thunchath Ezhuthachan'
Module II - Basic Grammar
i. D""leoriorrs of Tad, Idam' Rajan, Yushmad and Asmad Sabdas
and lot lakaras'
2. Conjugations ofroot Vand in Lat, lit, lrt, lan
Essential reading
Siddharupa
reading
Additional
'S"ti"-"r.i*,
onltumanlari, Balabhodhanam and Laghu Samskitam
of Dr'
K G'
Paulose.
to Malayalam from
Module III : Translation of known prose passage of sanskrit
Balaramayana
Additional reading
g*"r.ir" in Sanskril Translation Pub' by R'S' Vadhyar & Sons' Palakkad'
Module
IV
40 Slokas of Viduraneethi (Chapter VII)
Essential Reading
Viduraneethi
Additional Reading
Subhashita Sahasree by D. Sreeman Namboodiri
Yakshaprasna and Nitisataka
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SEMESTER
Course Code
SKT3A09
Title
Drama & Alankara
(01)
SKT3B03
SKT3C05
SKT3C06
(01)
SKT3C03
Methodology of Ancient
Indian Tradition
yakavya
Llngutstics
Indian Philosophy I - Vedic
School
Kerala Contribution to
Sanskrit
III
Instructional hour per
week
Credils
5
4
5
4
4
4
3
2
J
)
3
3
sKr A 09 (01)
Credits 4
B.A/B.Sc DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRTT
SEMESTERIII COMMON COURSE IX
DRAMA AND ALANKARA
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
Sanskrit has a rich and envious
of drisyakalya. This course aims at a generar
-Tadi_ti9n
of
drishyakavya
in sanskrit and a peep lnto the concept of d*t'*. io
lwar_en:ss
Sanskrit.
Objective of the course
To know about the general characheristics of Sanskrit drama.
C,ultivate the culture ofappreciation of Sanskrit Drama among students.
Make the students to know about the general features of Alankaras
in literature and how
far it is useful in the appreciation of litirature.
Course outline
Module I
Origin, development, characteristics and types of Sanskrit Drama in general.
Major
Authors and major texts in Sanskrit Diama (Kalidas, Bhavabhuti,
Mrechakatika.
Mudrarakshasa and Acharyachudamani)
Essential reading
Sanskrit Drama - A.B. Keith
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Additional reading
A short History of Sanskrit Literatue
T.K. Ramachandra Iyer
Samskrita Sahityacharithram _ Vol.
II K;; Sahi;IJuo".y, Thrissur.
Module II
Plays of Bhasa
-
its styre and characteristics. Appreciation
of the dramas ofBhasa.
Essential reading
Madhyamarryayoga of Bhasa
Additional reading
I . Bhasa A Study
- pusalkad A. D
2. New problem in Bhasa plays _
Dr. N.p. Unni
Module
III
Alankara
-
The main features of Alankara in Sanskrit
literature
Essential reading
Kuvalayananda.
Arthantaranyasa)
of
Appayyadikshita (Upama, Utpreksha,
Dipaka, Slesha
and
Additional reading
History of Sanskrit poetics - p.V. Kane
History of Sanskrit poetics _ S.K. De.
SKT3B03
B.A DEGRXE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER III CORE COURSE III
METHODOLOGY OF ANCIENT IN;IAN
TRADITION
Credits
4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
This course aims al imoarting the students
of Sanskit rhorough knowledge
of leaming Su^Gt. *r,i.r, in.luae, u"f'"r"i.*
and inodem
ili,T;1"'"*,
of
p.6;.;;.
the
;;
Objective of the course
rhe students with the methodology of
leaming Sanskrit language and
,l#J:Qr",",
2. To know about the methodology
of leaming Sastra.
3. To impart basic knowledge to ihe
students iUoriilanr...ipttogy.
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Course outline
Module
I
Munitraya - Panini, Katyayana and Patanjali,
Prakriya methods, Major Grammarians in
Hardatta, Major Grammarians in Prakriya
method-Dharmakkti,Ramachandradikshit4Nagesa,Narayanabhattaetc.TwoMajor
Traditions
-
Paniniya and Apaniniya.
Essential reading
Vyakarana sastraya Ithihasa by Brahmananda Tripati
Additional reading
Vyut**u-.*a iedangam
K.J. Narayanan Namboodiri, Kanipayyur
NamboodirippadSmarakaGranthasal4Kani Thrissur'
-
Sankaran
UparinavagrarmajanmunoNVyakaranapratibha-N'V'
K'P' Narayana Pisharodi) from
G*,r,u*iri*. (Translation
Devaswam'
Prakriyasarvaswam
of
Melpathur Narayanabhatta Pub'
by
Guruvayur
Guruvayur.
Module
II
ManuscriptologY
Essential reading
Manuscriptology by Maheswaran Nair
Additional Reading
1
.
Z.
3.
4.
Fundamentals of Manuscriptology - P. Visalakshi
Dravidian Linguists Association, St. Xaviers College, Trivandrum'
Chapters - Manuscriptology and its Sigrificance'
Language and ScriPt
ManuscriPt Characteristics
Collection of Manuscripts and Cataloguing
INTACH Indian Conservation
Conservation of Manuicripts and Documents
Institute, Lucknow 1 992'
Introduction to Manuscriptology - R.S. Sivaganeshamurthy'
Sarada Publishing House, Delhi - 1996
Indian Textual Criticism - S.M. Kartre
SKT3B04
-
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTERIII CORE COURSE IV
GADHYAKA\/YA
(Iext: Kadambari Mahasvetha Vrithantha of Banabhatta
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Credits
4
Instructional hours 72
Aim of the course
The course is aimed
to acquaint the students with the Gadhyakavyas of sanskrit
literature. The types ofGadyas and characteristics ofGadyas
are also be familiarized.
Objectives of the course
1.
2.
3.
Study
Gener
Appre
general.
of Banabhatta
Its origin, growth and characteristics.
Module I
General introduction
of
Sanskrit prose literature. Detailed study
Vrithantham from beginning from beginning upto .Thamahamadraksham,
of
Mahasvetha
Essential reading
1. Kadambari - Mahasvetha Vrithantha of Banabhatta
Additional reading
Harsha Charitha of Banabhatta, Dasakumaracharita of Dandin
Module II
Detailed study of Mahasvetha vrithantha of Banabhatta from ,Apagathanimishena
up to
end of Prakshalithamukheemokarayath'.
Essential reading
1 . Mahasvetha Vrithantha of Banabhatta.
Additional reading
Harsha Charitha of Banabhatta, Dasakumaracharitha of Dandin.
sKr3c0s(01)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER III COMPLEMENTARY COURSE V
credits2
LINGUISTICS-I
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at the inhoduction of the origin of language, the nature and scope
of the
study of language and its divisions. It also expounds the phonetic larvs and phonetic
changes in Sanskrit.
Objectives of the Course
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Classical Sanslait.
-
PhonologY'
language'
about the origin
and Genealogical' Dialects and Cognate
guage, Four divisions
of
languages.
Module II
. --, their
.L^:- classification
^r^--iri^atinnand Consonants and
Phonology - Mechanism of Speech, Sonants
ptton.trc-iu*a Causes and types of Phonetic change'
Books for Reference
Srimannarayanamoorthy'
i"*a"",i"n to Indian Linguistics'
f . e"'si"a.t"
-oriparative Philosophy T'K' Ramachandra Iyer
book of
z. a
Bloomfield
3. Language 4. The-study of Language - George Yule'
i-t
sKT3C06(01)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
VI
SEMESTER III COMPLEMENTARY COURSE
INDIAN PTIILOSOPHY-I VEDIC SCHOOLS
Instructional hours 54
Credits 2
Aim of the course
Studv of Sanskrit language is
of the origin of
the language ad
invariably
ffiJnuT Tfft,rd;;f.r,Jdu..-us "nubi"
literature in the conect perspective' This co
perspective in the
mind of the student in the correct way'
Objective of the course
r.-io iu-li*ue the student with the
"::,fl'Fff'"$lil':"Jlt[i"$' r:H:lri::
?
correct persPective.
30
s*.t i
and literature in a proper and
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Course outline
Module I
Introduction: Nyaya
Module
II
Sankhya
-
Module
III
-
Vaiseshika
Yoga
Purvamimamsa
Module
IV
Uttaramimamsa (Vedanta)
Essential reading
Outlines of India Philosophy
-
M. Hiriyann
Additional reading
l. Critical survey of Indian Philosophy - S.D. Sarama
2. History of Indian Philosophy - S.N. Dasguptha
3. Indian Philosophy - Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
4. Indian Philosophy - Deviprasad Chattopadhyaya
5. What is living and what is dead in Indian
6.
7.
Chattopadhyaya
Bharateeya Chinta - K. Damodaran
Sarvadarsana Samgraha of Madhava
-
Philosophy
-
Deviprasad
Ed. by T.G. Mainkar.
sKT3C03(02)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME MALAYALAM
SEMESTER III COMPLEMENTARY COURSE III
KERALA CONTRIBUTION TO SANSKRIT
Credits
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at introducing the contribution of Kerala Scholars in Sanskrit which
forms a very important part in Sanskit literature. Kerala has made contributions to
almost all branches ofknowledge in Sanskrit.
Objectives of the course
To introduce the student the wealth of knowledge preserved in Sanskrit by Kerala
Scholars to branches like Philosophy, Literature, Ayurveda, Jyotissastra, Ganita and
Vastuvidya.
Course outline
Module I
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Philosophy
-
Sankaracharya, Sri Narayanaguru, Chattambisu,amikal
Module II
Literature - Melpathur, Vilvamangalam, Ramapahivada, Kulesekhara, Sakthibhadra,
Kerala Sankarakavi. K.N, Ezhuthachan, P.C. Devasya and P.K. Narayanapilla.
Module
II
Other branches
-
Major works on Alurveda, Jyotissastr4 Ganita and Vastuvidya.
Essential reading
1. Kerala Sahitya Charitram - Ullur S. Parameswara Iyer Vol. I Chapters 8, 9, I 5 Vol. IICha. 28, Vol.I[- Ch. 38, Vol. IV- Ch. 50, Vol. V - Ch. 58,61
2. Contribution of Kerala to Sanskrit Literature. Dr. K.Kunjunni Raja Chapters 1,2, 5,6,
9, 11 and 13.
3. Samskrita Sahitya Charitram. Vol. II Published by Kerala Sahitya Academi, Thrissur.
4. Technical literature in Sanskrit - S. Venkita Subramania Iyer, Chapters 4, 5, 6.
Additional reading
Keeraleeya Samaskrata Sahitya Charitram - Waddakkumkur Raja Raja Varma
Studies in Kerala Sanskrit literature - Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri
History of Ayurveda - N.V. Krishnankutty Varier
A Text Book on Vastuvidya - T.S. Balagopala Prabhu.
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SEMESTER
Title
Course Code
SKT 4 A OIO
(01)
IV
lnstructional hour per
week
Credits
5
4
4
5
4
4
3
2
J
2
J
2
History of Sanskrit
Literature Kerala Culture
and Translation
Vyakarana and Nyaya 1
Nataka
Indian Literary Theories
SKT4B05
SKT4B06
SKT4COT
(01)
SKT4COS
Indian Phitosophy II Non
Vedic Schools
Drama and Kerala Sanskrit
Theatre
(01)
SKT4C04
(02)
sKT4A10(01)
B.A,/B.Sc DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER.IV COMMON COURSE - X
HISTORY OF SANSKRIT LITERATURE, KERALA CULTUR.E,
&
TRANSLATION
Credit
4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
This course aims at a glimpse to the Epic Literature Historical Kavyas and Champu
Literature. The characteristics ofthese categories of Sanskrit Iiterature are examined here.
An overall performaace of Keralite scholars of Sanskrit literature is also perceived by this
course. The performing classical art forms of Kerala also comes under the preview of this
course. Development of the translation skill among the students is also intended.
Objective of the Course
To familiarize the general features of ltishsas. Historical Kavyas and Champu Kavyas, to
introduce the Major Sanskrit works and Authors of Kerala to impart a general awareness
of the classical art forms like kutiyattam etc. to enable the students to translate from
Sanskrit to English and Vice Versa are intended here.
Course Outline
Module I
Epics in Sanskrit
-
Date, Stages of development
style.
33
-
influence on later literature and poetic
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Module
II
Historical Ifuvyas
-
Raiatharangini, Madhuravijayam, Raghunathabhyudayam,
Mushikavamsam, Visakhavijayam, Angalasamrajyam, Keralodayam.
Module III
Champukavya - definition - origrn and development of Champu literature, Major
Champu works - Nala Champu, Yasasthilaka Champu, Ramayana Champu Bharata
Champu, Neelakanthavijaya Champu, Viswagunadarsa Champu and Purvabharata
Champu.
Essential reading
1 . A Short History of Sanskrit literature
- M. Krishna Machaniar
2. Samskrita Sahitya Charitram Vol. II Pub. by Kerala Sahitya Academy.
Additional reading
I . A History of Classical Sanskrit literature - M. Krishna Machaniar.
2. History of Sanskrit literature - S.N. Dasgupta and S.K. De.
Module IV
Major Sanskrit authors of Kerala
Sanskarachariar, Melpathrn, Ramapanivad4 Chattambi Swamikal, Sree Narayanaguru,
Punnasseri Neelakantha Sarma and Swathi Thirunai.
Essential readitrg
Contribution of Kerala to Sanskit literatue
Module V
Classical performing arts
of
Kerala
Krishnanattam.
-
-
Dr. K. Kunhunni Raja
Kutiyattam, Cakyarkuttu, Nangiarkuttu and
Reference
l. Kuthambalangdil - K.P. Narayana
Pisharodi. 2. Natyakalpadrumam
Chakyar.
3. Traditional Sanskrit Theahe of Kerala - Dr. C. Rajendran
4. Ahbinetri - Usha Nangiar. 5. Nangyarkuttu - Nirmala Panikar.
-
Mani Madhava
Module VI
Translation
to Sanskrit.
-
Unknown Sanskrit verses to Regional language or English. English passage
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sKT 4 B (0s)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER-IV CORE COURSE -V
\ryAKARAI{A AND NYAYA - I
Credits
4
Instructional hours 90
(Iexts :
l)
Vaiyakarna Siddhanta Kaumudi ofBhattoji Dikshita
2) Tarkasamgraha of Annambhatta)
Aim of the course
The course aims at developing skill among the students in using and understanding
Sanskrit Grammar. Language skill can be developed only through the study of
Vyakarana. This course aims at developing language skill also. The course intends to
provide the student with the basic knowledge ofNyaya siddhanta.
Objectives of the Course
To enable the students to use the language without error
To know Sandhi rules, Samasa and through this the better understanding of literature.
To understand and use language in a better style through the study ofNyaya.
To acquire general awareness ofNyaya Philosophy.
Course outline
Module I
Samjna and Paribhasha Prakaranas
Module
II
Tarkasangraha
Module
-
Text only.
III
Sandhi Prakarana
-
Ach Sandhi, Halsandhi and Visargasandhi
Prescribed Texts.
. Vaiyakarana Siddhanta
Kaumudi of Bhattoji Dikshita
2. Tarkasamgraha of Annambhatta.
1
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SKT4B06
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - IV CORE COURSE - VI
NATAKA
(Text : Abhij nano Sakunthala)
Credits
4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
The Course aims at introducing the students the Drsyakavya in Sanskrit Literature. Types
of drama and characteristics of drama are to be familiarized. Appreciation of drama is
also intended here.
Objects of the course
Study of Sanskrit dramatic litelature in general. General awareness
Kalidasa. Appreciation and enjoyment of Sanskrit drama.
Course outline
Module I
Introduction of Sanskrit drama and the poetic skill of Kalidasa.
Study of Abhijnana Sakunthala Act-l
Module II
Abhijnana Sakunthala Acts II & III
Module III
Abhijnana Sankunthala Acts IV & V
Module IV
Abhijnana Sakunthala Acts VI &
V[
Essential reading
Abhijnana Sakunthala of Kalidasa
Additional reading
Sanskrit Drama - A.B. Keith
Kalidasa - Dr. C. Kunj an Raja.
Chatralum Camararum - M.P. Sankunni Nair.
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sKT4C07(01)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMETSER- IV COMPLEMENTARY COURSE
INDIAN LITERARY THEORIES
Credits
2
- VII
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at familiarizing the contributions of different
authors of Indian Literary
Theory. It also aims at the relevance and importance of
each
,.r,*i"r r,i".*y-in""rr]
Objectives of the course
To familiarize the student with the study
Sanskrit.
of different
aspects
of Literary Theory in
Course Outline
Module I
Bhamaha, Dandin Vaman4 Udbhata and Rudrata
Module
II
Anandavardhana and Abhinavaguptha
Module III
Kuntak4 Mahimabhatta, Kshemendra a:rd Rajasekhara.
Essential Reading
Some Aspects of Literary criticism
Madras
in sanskrit
-
A.
Sankran, pub. by University of
Additional Reading
Kalyalar*ara of Bhamaha
Kavyadarsa of Dandin
Kavyalankarasutravrtti of Vamana
Kavyalankara of Udbhata.
Kavyalankara of Rudrata
Dhwanyaloka of Anandavardhana with Locana.
Natyasastra of Bharata with Abhinavagupta,s Abhinavabharati
Vakoktij eevita of Kuntaka
Aucityavicaracarca of Kshemendra
Bharateeyakalyadarsanam by by Dr. T. Bhaskaran
Studies on some concepts of Alankarasastra by Dr. V . Raghavan
Sanskrit Poetics - P.V. Kane
Sanskrit Poetics - S.K. De
Bhoja's Smgarapraka - Dr. V. Raghavan
Indian Literary Criticism Vo.. I - A.K. Warder
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sKr4c08(01)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - IV COMPLEMENTARY COURSE - VIII
INDIAhI PHILOSOPHY NON VEDIC SCHOOLS
Instructional hours 54
Credits 2
Aim of the course
This course aims at general awafeness of the non vedic schools of Indian Philosophy.
This course introduces, the charvaka Philosophy, Bauddha and Jaina Philosophics and
other Schools of Philosophy like Pratyabhijna and Paniniyan.
of the Course
Objectives
-introduce
the main features of Indian Philosophy, its divisions into Vedic and Non
To
Vedic Schools and main works of Non Vedic Indian Philosophy'
Course outline
Module I
Development of Indian Philosophical thought. Division into Vedic and Non Vedic
Schools - Major Authors and Works of Non Vedic Schools.
Module
II
Chawaka Philosophy
Module
III
Bhudclha Philosophy
Module IV
Jaina Philosophy
Module V
Other Schools ofNon Vedic Philosophy - Pratyabhijna, Panini etc.
Essential reading
1. Outlines of lndian Philosophy - M. Hiriyanna.
2. Sarvadarsanasamgraha of Sayana Madhava.
Additional reading
D.P. Chattopadhyaya.
2. A study in ancient lndian Materialism - D.P. Chattopadhyaya
3. History of India Philosophy - S.N. Dasgupta4. Outlines of Jainism - Ed. F.W. Thomas.
5. Indian Philosophy - Dr. S. Radhakrishnan.
6. Indian Thought - K. Damodaran.
1. I-okayata
-
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sKT4C04(02)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME MALAYALAM
SEMESTER - IV COMPLEMENTERY COURSE - IV
DRAMA AND KERALA SANSKRIT THEATRE
Credits
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at familiarizing Sanskrit dramatic literature. Course enables the students
to know the general features of Sanskrit drama and major fuamatic works. The course
encourages the study of Kerala Sanskrit theatre.
Objective of the Course
To familiarize Sanskrit dramas to the students.
To familiarize Bhasa and his plays.
To familiarize the enactment of Sanskrit drama and other theatre of Kerala.
Course Outline
Module I
Dutavakya ofBhasa
Module II
Major dramatists and their works. Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti and Saktibhadras
Module
III
Kerala Saaskrit Theatre
-
Kudiyattom, Chakyarkuthu and Nangyarkuttu
Additional reading
1. Natyakalpadrumam-
Mani Madhavachakyar.
2. Kuttampalangalil - Prof. K.P. Narayana Pishroty.
3. Abhinetri - Usha Nangiar
4. Sanskrit on the stage - Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja.
5. Natyamandapam - M.P Sankunni Nair
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SEMESTERV
Course Code
SKT5BOT
SKT5B08
SKT5B09
SKT5BlO
sKT s D (01)
sKT s D (02)
sKT s D (03)
Title
Instructional hour per
week
Credits
Veda Smrithi and Upanishad
Vyakarana and NyaYa II
Bhagavatgita and Arthasastrq
General Informatics
Malagement principles in
Sanskrit
Ancient Indian Law
Scientific literature in
Sanskrit and Kerala
Proiect
5
4
5
4
5
4
5
4
3
2
J
2
3
2
2
SKT5BOT
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - V CORE COURSE - VII
VEDA SMRTI AND UPANISIIAD
Instructional hours 90
Credits 4
Aim of the course
Aim of the course is to make the student aware of the Vedic Culture, Vedic text, the most
ancient literary forms available to us. It also introduces the Upanishads and Upanishadic
culture. A general awareness of Smrthis is also intended here.
Objectives of the course
To infoduce the Vedic texts. Upanishads and Smrtis to the students'
To enable the students to improve their knowledge of Vedic literature, Upanishads and
Smrits.
To familiarize the student with the ancient system ofjudiciary.
Course outline
Module I
Introduction ofVedas, Upanishads and Smrtis. Their date, Iarguage, religion,
Characteristics and Culture.
Module
II
Rgvedic hymns of Agni, Indra, Ushas and Kitava'
Module
III
Verses I to 93
-VIII Adhyaya of Manusmrti
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Module
IV
Isavayopanishad
Essential reading
1. A short History of Sanskrit Literature
- Prof. T.K. Ramachandra Iyer.
2. Vedic Reader - A.A. Macdonell, Oxford Undiversity press Delhi, Bombay.
3. Manusmrti - Ed. Ganganath Jha, Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi.
4. Isavasyopanishad
Additional Reading
- Malayalam Translation by Vallathol Narayana Menon.
2. Samskrita Sahitya Chariham - K.C. Pillai, D.C. Books, Kottayam.
3. History of Vedic Literature - S.N. sarma, chowkhamba sanskrit series varanasi.
4. Yaajavalkya s,n'ti - Ed. T. Ganapathi Sastri, Mushiram Manoharlal publishers, New
Delhi. 1992
l. smrti, Political and Legal System - A Socio Economic Study - prabhavathi Sinha
Peoples Publishing House, New Delhi 1982.
6. S ankarabhashya of Isavasyopanishad.
7. History of Sanskdt Literature - A.A. Macdonnel.
1. Rgveda
-
SKT5B08
Credits
4
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - V CORE COURSE - VIII
\ryAKARANA AND NYAYA - II
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
aims at developing skill among the students in using and understanding
]he.cgursg
Grammar. Language skilt can be developed only through the study oi
-s-angkrit
vyakarana. This course aims at developing language skill also. The course intends to
provide the student with the basic knowledge ofNyaya Siddhanta.
Objectives of the course
To enable the students to use the language without enor.
To know Sandhi rules, Samasa and through this the better understanding ofliterature.
To understand and use language in a better style through the study ofNyaya.
To acquire general awareness ofNyaya philosophy.
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Course outline
Module I
prakaranam (Ajanta Pullinga Prakaranam and Ajanta Streelinga Prakaranam
Prakriyas ofRama Sabda and Remaa Sabda)
i;il;
Module II
Modul
-
III -
Modul [V
-
Tarkasamgaha
-
-
Deepika upto the end of Anumanakhanda'
Bhuadi Prakaranam
-
Prakriya of Bhu and Edh Dhatus in all Lakaras
KarakaPrakaranam
Essential reading
1. Sidhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoj idikshita'
2. Tarkasangraha Annambhatta with Deepika
Additional reading
A.R. Raja Raja Varma' prof. R. vasudevan
Kaumudi _" Balahitaishini -Bhashavyakhya by
I . Laghu Panineeyam
i. ir'gi*raan*t
-
Potti.
3. Primer of Indian Logic - Kuppuswami Sastri
l. i,,.kti,|,r***"- 1 M.lputt* Narayana Bhatta - Guruvayur Devaswam' Guruvayur'
5. Paniniyapradyotam - I.C. Chacko'
Balahitaiihini Vyakhya by Prof. R. Vasudevan Potty'
SKT5B09
Credits
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER-V CORE COURSE -IX
BHAGAVADGITA AI\D ARTHASASTRA
Instructional hours 90
4
Aim of the course
Bhagavadgita
This course aims at introducing two masterpieces of Sanskrit Literature and
management
*a attn**t u to the studenti. Both texts are great works on crisis
state craft.
Objectives of the course
io enubl" the students to understand Bhagavadgit4 the great philosophical text'
io introduce the principles of ancient state craft and management principles through the
management.
study of Arthasasi"u to tt" students. To make students capable in crisis
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Course outline
Module I
Bhagvadgita
Module
-
Chapter
II
Arthasasha of Kautilya
Module
-
Vinayadhikaranam. Segments 1 to 7
III
Arthasastra
Module
III
-
Vinayadhikaranam
-
Segnents g to 13
-
Vinayadhikaranam
-
Segments 14
IV
Arthasastra
to
1g
Essential reading
1. Bhagavadgita
- Chapter III
2. Arthasastra - Kautilya Vinayadhikaranam.
-
Additional reading
l. Indian Traditions of Management Ed. Dr. N.V.p. Unithiri
2. The Holy Geeta
3. Arthasastra 4. Bhagavadgita
M
-
.V.M
SKT5BlO
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - V CORE COURSE X
CENTERAL INF'ORMATICS AND SANSKRIT
Credits
4
hstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
To develop and expand the basic informatics skills and attitudes rerevant
to the emerging
knowledge
society.and also to equip the students to effectivery utilize
Sanskit knowledge resources
for study.
Objectives of the course
To familiarize the internet functional knowledge and popular utilities.
To create awareness about major informatics initiatives in India.
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To impart skills to enable students to use Sanshit and digital knowledge resources in
leaming.
Course outline
Module I
Dat4 information and knowledge, knowledge management Computer networks &
inteme! Intemet as knowledge repository, academic search techniques.
-
Essential reading
Douglas. E, Comer, The Intemet
Module
-
Chapter 1,2 & 3
II
Sanskrit and Computers, NLP and Knowledge representing in artificial intelligence.
Essential reading
Sanskrit and Science - Part I. Relevance of Sastra for Natural Language Processing.
V. Kameswari - general editor.
Additional References
Alexis Leon & Mathews Leon, Computers Today, Leon Vikas
Peter Norton, lntroduction to Computers. George Beekmaa, Eugene Rathswhol,
Computer Conlluence, Pearson Education, Barabara Wilson, Information Technology:
The Basics Thomson Leaming Ramesh.
Bangia Leaming Computer Fundamentals, Khanna Book Publishers.
Web Resources:
www. openoffice.org
-
Open Office
Official Web site.
www. microsoft.com/office Ms Office web site
www.lgta.org Office onJine lessons
www.leamthenet.com Web Printer
www.computer.org/history/timel ine
www.computerhi story.org
hft p :/computer.howstuf fi vorks.com
www.keralaitmission.org
www.technopark.org
ujjwol.com.np/sanskrit/sanskrit. . ./sanskrit-as-computer-programmingJanguage.
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sKT
5
D (01)
B.A- DXGREE
Credits 2
PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER_V OPEN COURSE
-- .
-I
MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLES IN SAI{SKRJT
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
This course aims at familiarizing the
man
lay unearthed hith".t".'B; this
management principles that erected
on
ancient literature that
course
the
with a value
based,
Objective of the Course
To look
leadership qualities in Bhagavadgita.
ancient Indian Management Pri-nciples
and
ement.
enab
compare
To
Course outline
Module I
Bhagavadgita - Chapter _ I
Module
II
Leadership lessons from Bhagavadgita.
' _A
commentary
on Chapter I of
.V.p. Unirhiri
from the Vidura Niti _ Sivakumar. N
and
sdom
il#jl"
wonderland
_ K.V.K
Thampuran
_
of Indian Management _ Sha.y Rangnekar _
Vikas
5. Vivekananda's Commentary on
Bhagavadgita.
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Chinmaya
publishers,
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SKT5D02
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER- V OPEN COURSE - II
ANCIENT INDIAN LAW
Credits 2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at acquainting the student with the rich sources and the vast literature of
Ancient Indian Law. It also aims at giving a general picture of different phases in the
development of different laws like personal, social and criminal laws in Ancient India.
And also to give a descriptive analysis of importaat landmarks in this development, such
as Dharmasutrs, smrtis(especially, Manusmrti and yanjavalkyasmrti) and Artir^u.t
u.
Objective of the course
1. The student is to get a historical and content
- wise sketch of Major Dharmasutra texts.
2. He is to get a brief but clear sketch of major Smrti works.
3. He is to be equipped with awareness of Arthasastra as a work on Judiciary, though it
is
primarily a work on Statecraft.
4. He is to get a general idea of the importance of Manusmrti and yajnavalkyasmrti in the
formation of present H.indu Law.
Course outliue
Module I
A General introduction to Dharmasutra works Enumeration and the relative chronology
of all dharmasutra works. A short analysis of contents of Dharmasutra works.
Module
II
A general introduction to smrti works. Enumeration and the relative ckonology of all
Smrti works. A short analysis oflhe contents of Smrti works.
Module
III
A
general introduction to Arthasasthr4 a general study of different Laws prescribed
in
Arthasasthra.
Module
IV
A special study of Manusmrti and yajnavalkyasmrti as Source books of Modem Hindu
Law.
Reference Books
1. A glossary of Smrti literature, S.C. Banerji, Cunthi, pustak, Culcutta 1963.
2. A brief History of Dharmasastra
- S.c. Banerji, Abhinav publications, Delhi 1999
3. The Dharmasasha Ar introductory analysis. Ed. B.K. Swain, Akshaya prakashan,
New Delhi 2004.
4. Manusmrti. Ed. R.N Sharma. chowkhamba Sanskrita pratislrthan, varanasi 2003
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5.
- A
Dharmasastra
link between tradition and modemity, Ed. B.K. Swain,
Chowkhambha Sanskrita pratishthan, Varanasi.
6 Kautilya - Arthasasha Ed. L.N. Rangarajaa, penguin Books India ltd.
New Delhi 1992
Books for additional reference
1. Indian family law, Sreedharaa Varier,
Vols) Janatha Book Stall,
.
Thiruvananthapuram, I 987.
2' Niyamavijnanakosam (Marayalam) Advocate sastyavan Nair, Sahitya pravanhaka
Sangham, Koftayam.
Pd:.ipl.: oJ Hindu jurisprudence (2 Vols) S.C. Banerji, Sarada pubtishing
House,
New Delhi, 1996
4. Kautilya's Arthasastr4 Ed. R.p. Kangle, (III pt.s),
MLBD, New Delhl 1992.
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sKr
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D (03)
B.A DEGRXE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER- V OPEN COURSE - III
SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE IN SANSKRJT
Credits
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
This course aims at introducing Scientific Literature in Sankrit.
the contribution of Kerala to Scientific Literature.
It also aims to familiarize
Objectives of the course
To enable the students to understand the Scientific Literature in
General.
To familiarize the students with the contributions of Kerala to Scientific
Literature.
Course outline
Module I
Ayurveda * origin and growth of Indian medicar system. Major authors
and texts on
Ayurveda.
Essential reading
History of A),urveda by N.V. Krishnankutty Varier, part
I
pp_1-44
Module II
Astronomy and Mathematics
Essential reading
Technical Literature
in Sanskit by Dr. venkata
Sarma.
Module
Subramania Iyer Article
of Dr. K.V.
III
Vastuvidya
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History of Indian Architecture
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Major works and contributions.
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Essential reading
A. Textbook on vastuvidya. by T.s. Balagopalaprabhu
Vidya.
-
Nature and Scope of vastu
Books for reading
l. Scientific Heritage of India - Ed. Dr. K.G. Paulose.
2. Contribution of Kerala to Sanskrit Literature - Dr. K. Kunj unni Raja.
3. Indian Scientific Tradition - Ed. Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri.
4. History of Technical Literature in Sanskrit - D.P. Chattopadhyaya.
5. HistorT of Science and Technology in India Kuppuram. G. and Kumudini. K _
Sandeep Prakashan, New Delhi.
6. History of Ayurveda - N.V. Krishankutty Warrier, Aryavaidyasala Kottakkal.
7. Astronomy and Mathematics in Kerala. Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja, Adyar Library, Madras.
8. A History of Kerala School of Astronomy - K.v. Sarma, viswasw*u.'endu Institute,
Hoshiarpur, Punj ab University.
9. An Engineering Communicatory on Manushyalaya Chandrika Achuthan A. and
Balagopal, T.S. Prabhu, Vastuvidya Pratishtanam Calicut.
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SEMESTER \,'I
Course Code
SKT6B I1
SKT6B12
SKT6B13
SKT6B14
SKT6B
1s(E0l)
SKT6B
Title
Alankara Sastra
Natvasiddhanta
Sankhya and Vedantha
Elements of Indian Culture
and Environmental Science
Malayalam Writers on
Sanskrit
Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala
ls(E02)
SKT6B
Instructional hour per
week
Credits
5
5
5
5
5
5
4
4
.J
2
3
2
Kavisiksha
3
Proj ect
2
1s(E03)
SKT6B
2
11
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - VI CORE COURSE - XI
ALANKARASASTRA
Credits
4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
The course aims at introducing the topic Alankarasastra in sanskrit. The topic consists of
the ideas laid down by Mammata on definition division, reason and prayojana of Kavya.
Definition and divisions oflakshana and the study ofRasa theory are aliolntended heie.
Objectives of the course
To familiarize the theories laid down by Mammata on different aspects of Kavya.
Course outline
Module I
Introduction of Sanskrit Poetics and its growth and Major Schools ofthought.
Module
II
Kavyaprakasa of Mammata Ullasa land 2
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Module
III
Kavyaprakasa of Mammata Ullasa 3
Module
IV
Kavyaprakasa of Mammata Ullasa 4, Upto the end
of Rasacarcha.
Essential reading
l. History of Sanskrit poetics _ S.K. De
2. Kalyaprakasa of Mammata
Additional reading
I . History of Sanskrit poetics
-
p.V. Kane
SKT. 6 B 12
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRJT
SEMESTER }'I CORE COURSE XII
NATYASIDDHANTA
(fexts: Dasarupaka of Dhananjaya _ Selected portions)
Credits 4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
This course aims at introducing the principles
of Sanskrit Dramatugy to students.
Objectives of the Course
This course enables the students to urderstand
the principles of Sanskrit Dramah*gy.
To make the student understand the dramas in u
o-o". J.r,
The student gets acquainted with types,fR r;rkd
A;iiitraracterisrics and illustrations
in a good way.
Course outline
Module I
Dasarupakam
Module
-
prathamah prakasah.
II
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Dasarupakam- Dvitiyah Prakasah
Module
-
Nayaka and Nayikabhedah
III
Dasarupakam
-
Trtiyah Prakasah
Essential reading
l. Dasrupakam of Dhaaanjaya
Additional reading
1. Natyasastra with Abhinavabharathi of Abhinavagupta
2. Sahityadarpana of Viswanatha
3. Response to Poetry - Dr. G.B. Mohanan
4. Sanskritasahityavimarsanam - Dr. N.V.p Unithiri.
SKT6B
13
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANKRIT
SEMESTER - VI CORE COURSE - XII
SANKHYA AND YENDANTA
Credits
4
Instmctional hours 90
Aim of the course
This course aims at introducing a general awitreness of Bharatiya darsanam. Moreover it
trics to expose to the students the basic principles of Sankhya and vedanta philosophy.
Enable the students to understand and compare the basic principles of the various ichools
ofPhilosophy.
Course outline
Module I
Introduction of the origin and development of philosophical thought in India
schools of thought.
Module
II
Sankhya Karika of Iswara Krishna (Full Text)
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- various
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Module
III
Vedantasara of Sandananada (Full Text)
Essential reading
l. Sarvamatasangraha - Melpathur Narayana Bhatta
2. Sankhya Karitka of Iswara Krishna
3. Vedanthasara of Sadananda.
Additional reading
1. Sarvadarsanasangraha - Madhavas
2. Bharatiyadarsanangal - C.V. Vasudevabhattadiri
3. Bharatiya chinta - K. Damodaran
4. What is living and what is dead in Indian philosophy
5. Sankhya Thattavakaumudi - Vachaspathi Misra
6. Vedanta Paribhasha - Dharmaraja Adhwarindra
7. Outlines of Indian Philosophy - M. Hiriyanna.
SKT6B
-
D.p. Chattopadhyaya.
14
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMI\,IE SANSKRJT
SEMESTER-VI CORE COI]RSE XIV
ELEMENTS OF. INDIAN CULTURI AND ET\TWRoNMENTAL SCIENCE
Credits
4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
The course intends for the reintegration of Indian culture in the light of modern
knowledge. The awareness of environment science helps us to improve aid integrate the
appreci ation of literature.
Objectives of the course
To enable the students to understand and appreciate currents of world thought, besides
the movements of the lndian mind and to familiarize the ancient Indiaa eniironmental
principles through literature.
Course outline
Module I
Indian Culture - Indus Valley, Harappan Culture, Vedic Culture.
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Module
II
Reformation movement in India - Budha, Sankara, Ramanuja Madhva,
vallabha,
Chaitany4 Sri Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Guru Nanak, i.ajaram fr4"n", n"y,
Balagangadharathilak, Sree Narayana Guru, Dayananda Saraswathy.
Module III
Environmental Science in Sanskrit.
Essential Reading
1. Culture History of India A.L. Basham.
2. Discovery of India - Javahar Lal Nehru.
3. Environmental awareness in Sanskrit V.N. Jha
4. Environmental awareness in ancient India by Dr.
traditions by Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri.
c.
Rajendra from Indian Scientific
Books for reference
1 . Cultural Heritage of India
- Vol. I to III
2. Indian Heritage - Dr. V. Raghavan.
3. The wonder that was India by A.L. Basham
4. Facets oflndian Culture A. Sreenivas.
-
sKr6Bls(E01)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRJT
SEMESTER _ Vr CORE COURSE _ XV ELECTTVE (01)
MALAYALAM WRITERS ON SANSKRIT
Credits
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at familiarizing the students with the major writers in Malayalam
who
have tried to expose the ideas laid down in Sanskrit Literature.
Objectives of the course
To bring to the attention of the students what are the efforts done by Malayalam writers
to familiarize Sanskrit literature to Malayalam readers.
To enable the students to understand the principles raid down in Sanskrit
easily.
Course outline
Module I
Kuttikrishna Marar - Books for study
Nirupanam Sanskrita Sahityathil.
-
Bharataparyatanam, valmikiude Raman and
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Module
II
Kavyapeethika, Manadandam.
Joseph Mundassery
-
Books for study
Module III
M.P. Sankunni Nair
-
Books lbr study Chatrawm Chamaralum, Natyamandapam.
Module
-
IY
Prof. K.P. Narayana Pisharody
tedi.
Module V
N.V.Krishnawarrier
vyakarana pratibha.
-
-
Books for study
-
Koothampalangalil, Kalidasahrdayam
Books for study N.V. yude Sahityavimarsanam, Melputturinte
sKT 6 B l5 (E 02)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SAI\SKRIT
SEMESTER- VI CORE COURSE - XV ELECTIVE (02)
SANSKRJT THEATRE OF KERALA
Credits
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at experiencing the Sanskit dramatic literature to the students. Kerala
Theatre is the one and the only one theatre which preserved the Sanskrit dramatic
tradition as such.
Objectives of the course
Enables the students to acquaint with the theatre of Kerala.
To understand the origin and development of Sanskrit theatre of Kerala.
To study and compare the characteristics of Sanskrit theatre with other modem theatres.
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Course outline
Module I
Origin and development of Kutiyattom.
Module
II
Plays performed in Kutiyattom
Module
III
Peculiarities of Kutiyattom
Module IV
Chakyarkuttu and Nangyarkuttu
Books for reading
l. Nityakalpadrumam - Mani Madhavachakyar - Pub. by Kerala Kalamandalam.
2. Koothampalangalil - Prof. K.P. Narayana Pisharoty.
3. Bhagavadajjuka in Kutiyattom - Dr. K.G. Paulose, Bharatiya Book Corporation, New
Delhi
4. Kutiyattom - A Historical study - Dr. K.G Paulose - Ravivarma Sanskrit Granthavali
Thrippunithura.
5.
Introduction
to
Kutiyattom
- Dr. K.G. Paulose, Gort. Sanskit
College,
Thrippunithara.
6. The Traditional Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala Dr. C. Rajendran Pub. University of
Calicut.
7. Women in Kutiyattom - L.S. Rajagopal, Kuppuswami Research Institute, Madras.
8. Nangiyarkuthr - Nirmala Panicker, Pub. from Irinjalakkuda.
9. Kutiyattom An introduction Dr. K.Kujunni Raja, Sangeetha Natak Academy
Delhi.
10. Sanskit Dramas of Kulasekhara
A Study Dr. N.P. Unni, Pub. by Kerala
Historical Society.
I 1. NatyamandaFam - M.P. Sankunni Nair, Mathrubhumi, Kozhikkode.
12. Abhinetri - Usha Nangiar.
13. Sree Ramacharitham - Nangiarammakuttu - Margi Sati.
14. Sree Krishnacharitam Nangiarammakuttu - P.K. Narayana Nambiar _ Pub. Kerala
Kala Mandalam, Cheruthruthy.
15. Kalalokam - Prof. K.P. Narayana Pisharodi, Mangalodayam, Thrissur
16. Ascharya Chhodamani - Saktibhadra, Pub. Sangeetha Nataka Academy, Thrissur
17. Bhagavadjjukam - K.P. Narayana Pisharodi, Kerala Sahitya Academy
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B.A DEGR.EE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER _ vr coRE COURSE _ xv ELECTTVE
KAVISIKSIIA
Credits
2
(03)
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
The course aims at fam,iarize the instructions
to poet, laid down in almost all texts of
Alankarasastra in Sanskrit. It is also intended
t" urirg i" light the
Iiterary criticism in Sanskit in to a School.
"rigi" "ra-gi"r*r, "r
Objective of the Course
To introduce the principles of Kavisiksha to
Students.
To introduce the daily routine rvork of the poet
as envisaged in Kavisiksha.
To establish the prominence and importance orrruiritrf;u
in ttre mat<inf otliterature.
Course outline
Module I
Introduction to Kavisiksha _ Major texts and Authors
Module II
Padavakyaviveka, Karayithri and Bhavayithri pratibhas,
concept
Sources of Poetic themes.
Module III
The daily routine ofa poet.
Module
IV
Poetic conventions and plagiarism.
Essential Reading
I. Kavyamimamsa of Rajasekhara
Literature - Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja & Dr. M.S. Menon
Additional reading
l. Kavikanthabharana - Kshemendra
2. Suvrttatilakam - Kshemandra
3. Kavyanusasana
- Hemachandra
4. Alankarasekhara - Kesavamisra
5. Kavikalpalatha
- Deveswara
6. Kavya Siksha Vinayachandrasuri
7. Hydayasamvadam Dr. M.S. Menon
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of
Kavyapaka and
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-G.B. Mohan
- Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja
Elements of Indian Aesthetics - S.N. Ghosal Sastry
12. Bharatiya Kalyasastram - Dr. T. Bhaskaran
13. Samskrtattile Kavyatatvachinta
- Krishnachaitanya 2 Vols. N.B.S. Kottaya
I
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6002/GAIV-B2/2012/CU
23.07.2014
REPORT TO THE ACADEM IC COUNCIL
To ratify the action of the Vice Chancellor in having approved item number 2 of
the M Inutes of the M eeting of the Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) held on 17.03.2014
and implemented the Syllabus of BA Sanskrit Programme under CUCBCSS in the
University of Calicut with effect from 2014 admission
The Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) at its Meeting held on 17.03.2014 vide item number 2
finalised the Syllabus of CUCBCSS BA Sanskrit to be implemented with effect from 2014 admission.
The Faculty of Language and Literature at it's meeting held on 20.06.2014 vide item number i
(ii) approved the Syllabus of CUCBCSS Sanskrit(UG) which was finalised by the Board of Studies in
Sanskrit (UG) held on 17.03.2014.
Considering the urgency of the matter the Vice Chancellor exercising the powers of the
Academic Council has approved the item number 2 of the Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of
Studies in Sanskrit (UG) held on 17.03.2014 and accorded sanction to implement the Syllabus of BA
Sanskrit Programme under CUCBCSS in the University of Calicut subject to ratification by the
Academic Council and accordingly U.O.No. 7121/2014/Admn dated 22.07.2014 has been issued.
The matter is therefore placed before the Academic Council to ratify the action of the Vice
Chancellor in having approved item number 2 of the Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Studies
in Sanskrit (UG) held on 17.03.2014.
REGISTRAR
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File Ref.No.18216/CDC-G2/2013/CU
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Abstract
Additional affiliation- Various degree programmes in Sahya Arts and Science College,(Unaided),Vellaburam.
Karad P.O, Malappuram 679 339 for the academic year 2014-2015 -Sanctioned-Orders Issued.
CDC-G
U.O.No. 7381/2014/Admn
Dated, Calicut University.P.O, 31.07.2014
Read:-1. Application dated 31.10.2013 from the Sahya Arts and Science college (Unaided),Kalikavu
Road, Wandoor Post,Malappuram 679 328.
2. Letter No.35888/CDC-A3/2013/CU II dated 10.6.2014 to the Principal Secretary,Higher
Education Department,Government of Kerala,Thiruvananthapuram.
3. G.O (Ms) No.467/2014/HEdn dated 10.7.2014.
4. Syndicate Resolution Item No. 2014.426*dated 12.5.2014.
ORDER
The Principal, Sahya Arts and Science College (Unaided),Kalikavu Road,Wandoor Post,Malappuram 679
328 applied for additional affiliation for various degree programmes in the college as per the reference read
as 1st .
As per the reference read as second,Bcom with Co-operation (40),Bcom with C.A (30) and Bsc
Psychology (30) degree programmes were recommended and forwarded for the consideration and
concurrence of the Government of Kerala.
The Government of Kerala have issued No Objection Certificate for starting the new self financing degree
programmes,Bcom with Co-operation (40),Bcom with C.A (30) and Bsc Psychology (30) in the college for the
academic year 2014-2015 as per the reference read as 3rd.
The Principal and the Manager, Sahya Arts and Science College (Unaided),Kalikavu Road,Wandoor
Post,Malappuram have submitted an undertaking to the effect that the college shall carry out faithfully the
provisions of the University Act,Statutes,Ordinances,and Regulations and directions issued by the University
from time to time and admit only such students who are eligible as per the regulations of the University. They
have also agreed that the University can proceed with strict actions including withdrawal of affiliation of the
college,if anything is done by them, against the interest of the University or the student community.
The College has remitted the affiliation fee of Rs 30,000/-for the new courses as per chalan
no.141262985 dated 17.7.2014 at SBT,Wandoor.The Administration fee of Rs 25,000/-has been remitted
along with the C.P.A fee for the academic year 2014-2015.
As per the Syndicate Resolution Item No. 2014.426*dated 12.5.2014 the Syndicate has authorized the
Vice Chancellor to take appropriate decision in the question of starting new courses in the existing Colleges
for the academic year 2014-2015
Considering the above, sanction is accorded by the Vice Chancellor for granting additional affiliation for
starting the new self financing courses in the college for the academic year 2014-2015 as detailed below.
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Sl.No.
Name of the Programme
Complementary
Courses
Common Courses
1
Bcom with Co-operation.
As per the approved
syllabus.
English/Arabic/Malayalam/Hindi 40
2
Bcom with C.A.
Do.
Do.
30
Do.
Do.
30
3
Bsc Psychology.
Intake
Selection and admission shall be made only on the basis of the Rules and Regulations of the
University/Government and on the basis of the directions issued by the University/Government from time to
time,failing which the affiliation granted will automatically be cancelled.
In the light of the direction of the Supreme Court of India in W P © 656/1998,the institution shall take
appropriate measures for the prevention of ragging in any form.In case of failure to prevent such instances
appropriate action including withdrawal of affiliation of the college will be initiated.
Affiliation granted is strictly provisional and only for the academic year 2014-2015.The College has to
apply for continuation of provisional affiliation for the ensuing years remitting the fee fixed by the University.
Admission to the next academic year shall be made, only after obtaining prior permission from the
University
Orders are issued accordingly.
Abdul Nazar K.M
Deputy Registrar
To
1. The Principal,Sahya Arts and Science College,Unaided,Vellaburam.Karad P.O, Malappuram
679 339.
2.The Manager,Sahya Arts and Science College,Unaided,Vellaburam.Karad P.O, Malappuram 679
339.
3. The Principal Secretary,Higher Education Department,Govt. Of Kerala,Thiruvananthapuram.
4. The Director of Collegiate Education Thiruvananthapuram.
5. The Deputy Directior of Collegiate Education,Kozhikode.
6. The Controller of Examinations, Pareekhsa Bhavan 7. P S to V C 8. P A to Registrar 9. D S W
10.D P E
11.The System Administrator,Digital Wing Pareeksha Bhavan,with a request to post on the official
website of the University
12.DR GAII 13.GAI-B,C,E,F and CDC-D,E G sections. 14.SF,DF,FC.
Forwarded / By Order
Section Officer
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Inward87480/2014/Admn Description : : uo
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\0
and depth
This course is designed to provide general awareness
of
Sanskrit Language and
literatureforthestudents.Thecoursefocusesonthebasicelementsofthelanguageand
working knowledge in Sanskit language'
literature. The course will help the student to develop
to the college students as well as the
The main aim of the course is to provide oppornrnity
the language' The duration of the course is
working people those who are interested in studying
marks at the end of each module'
one year and there will be an exam for 100
INFRASTRUCTI]RE
Thereisnoneedofanyspecialinfrastructureforthiscourse.Classescanbetakeninallcolleges
thosehavingSanskritcourse(core/common/complimentary)arrdaffiliatedtoCalicutUniversity.
can be taken before or after the college hours'
Classes
REQUIREMENTS
Minimum one gust lecturer in every center'
SYLLABUS
Module
I
Basic grammar of Sanskrit language'
of understanding the fundamental principles
Aim _ The course aims to make the student capable
of Sanskrit grammar.
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Essential reading _
samskrta Swadh yayah (part
1) published by Rastriya
sanskit Sansthan, Newdelhi.
Additional reading _
Vibhakhi vallari published
by Samskritha Bharathi.
Module 2
Verbal roots and sentence
formation
Aim
- The Course aims
(Dhatus)
to make student capable of,nderstanding
various forms of
roots
Essential reading _
Samskrita Swadhyayah (part
2) pubrished by Rastriya
Sanskrit Sansthan, Newderhi.
Module 3
Sanskrit poems
Aim
-
The Course aims to make
student aware of the
Appreciation of poetry. Identification
of Vibhaktis o, *o,
vigrahas and grammatical
peculiarities.
Setected
grammar and syntactical
structure are to be tau drt.
t"'"
of
Sanskrit kavyas
generar.
,,,'J';j:J;:J,,il:[]r,:,ff;::
Essential reading
samskrita Swadhyayah (part
3) pubrished by Rastriya
Sanskrit Sa:rsthan, Newdelhi.
Additional reading _
Amarakosa and Sreeramodantha published
in
by Chhoukhamb4 Varanasi.
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gP'7287/ottrt
From
M
K NARAYANAN NAMBOOTHIRI
CHAIRMAN,Board of studies in Sanskrit(ug)
Associate Professor,V T B College
'?t8o--.
?
2 nF
?otr,
AdiscussionforPreparin8anewmodelQuestionpapersonthesyllabusof2014admissiononwards
date(Preferably between 276
are needy factor,so kindly I request you to suggest a convenient
of studies(Sanskrit UG)
August to 4s sept. 2014)for conducting ttle meeting oBoard
Agenda
paper(8G2o patternfior 1{ sem Exam
l-Discussion about the preparation of new model ouestion
2014 onwords.
2-Any other items permitted by Registrarrchairman'
Thanking you,
Yours faithfullY.
Ill.K'NannveNad
I
N6rh(oo7tJrfit'
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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
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No. 6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU
Calicut University.P.O
Dated: 26.08.2014
From
The Registrar
To
The Chairman and Members of the Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG)
Sub:- Meeting of the Board of Studies in Sanskrit(UG) - Convening of - Notice issued - reg
Ref:- 1. Telephonic message from the Chairman Board of Studies in Sanskrit(UG) on
25.08.2014
2. Orders of the Vice Chancellor in file of even number dated 26.08.2014
With reference to the above I am to inform you that a meeting of the Board of Studies in Sanskrit
(UG) will be held on Monday 1st September 2014 in the Tagore Nikethan of the University with the
following agenda.
1. Discussion about the preparation of new model question paper Ist semester 2014 Exam
2. To consider the equivalence of UG Sastri Course of RSVP Thiruppathi Deemed University
under Distance M ode (Note no 4853/GAIVB2/2012/CU dated 31.03.2014 )
3. To consider the question of granting recognition of degree/ diploma courses of other Universities if
any
4. Any other item brought forward / permitted by the Registrar / Chairman
The Chairman is hereby informed to forward the Model question papers of all the VI semesters and get
the same approved in this meeting so as to forward it to the Pareeksha Bhavan.
KIndly make it convenient to attend the meeting. TA/DA for the journey performed in this connection
will be paid as per rules applicable to the University Authorities.
Yours faithfully
M uhammed S
Deputy Registrar
(For The Registrar)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 373)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 374)
No. 4853/GAIV B2/2012/CU
Dated:
NOTE TO THE BOARD OF STUDIES IN
SANSKRIT (UG)
To consider the matter of granting equivalence to the Sastri Course of RSVP Thiruppathi
Deemed University under Distance mode as equivalent to the BA Sanskrit Programme
The Board of Studies in Sanskrit UG held on 03.01.2013 vide item no 2 discussed in detail the
question of granting equivalence to the Sastri course of RSVP Thiruppathi Deemed University under
distance mode as equivalent to the BA Sanskrit Programme and found that the course satisfies all
the requirements for equivalence mentioned in UO GA1/A1/5553/04 dated 29.03.2010.
The Board of Studies also remarked that the question of granting equivalence for a course of
the University is a policy matter and this has to be discussed by the higher Academic Bodies of
the University. The Board of Studies further referred the matter to the Faculty of Language
and Literature.
The Faculty of Language and Literature at its meeting held on 22.03.2013 vide item number
6(12) referred the matter to the Academic Council for detailed discussion with regard to the question
of granting equivalence to the Sastri course of RSVP Thiruppathi Deemed University and the
meeting of the Academic Council held on 30.07.2013 vide item number II A has approved
the decision of the Faculty of Language and Literature taken at its meeting held on 22.03.2013
vide Item No. 6(12).
The matter of granting equivalence to the Sastri Course of RSVP Thiruppathi Deemed
University under Distance mode as equivalent to the BA Sanskrit Programme was placed before the
Academic Council meeting held on 20.03.2014 for approval and the Academic Council vide item
number I (3) resolved to refer back the matter to the Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) and the
Faculty of Language and Literature for detailed study.
The matter is therefore again placed before the Board of Studies in Sanskrit(UG)
consideration.
for
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 375)
UNIVERSIry OF CALICUT
G&A-IV-B
No. 6002/GA - tV - Bzt2Ot2tCU
Calicut
Un
iversity, p.O
Dared: 26.08.201,4
From
The Registrar
To
The chairman and Members of the Board of Studies In Sanskrit
(UG)
sub:- Meeting of the Board of Studies in Sanskrit(UG) - convening of Mtice issued - reg
Ref:- 1. Telephonic message from the Chairman Board of Studies
in Sanskrit(UG) on
25.O8.20L4
2' Orders of the Vice Chancellor in file of even number dated 26.Og.ZoL4
with reference to the above lam to inform yot:r
!hat_a meeting of the Board of Studies in Sanskrit
(uG) will be held on Monday 1st Septemoer zor?Iint?#i;;?
Nitutn"n of the University \/ith the
following
agenda.
't
1' Discussion about the preparation of new model question paper lst semeste
r 20L4 Exam
2' To consider the equivalence of UG sastri course of RSVprhiruppathi
Deemed University
under Distance Mode (Note no 4853lGAlvB2t2oL2tcu dated 31.03.2014
)
3' To consider the question of granting recognition of degreei diploma courses
of other Universities if
any
4. Any other item brought forward / permitted by the Registrar / chairman
The chairman is hereby informed to fontard the Model question papers of all
the Vlsemesters and get
the same approved in this meeting so as to forward it to the pareeksha Bhavan.
Klndly make it convenient to attend the meeting. TA/DAfor the journey performed
in this connection
will be paid as per rules applicable to the UniversityAuthorities.
Yours fairhfully
Muhammed S
Deputy Registrar
(For The Registrar)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 376)
Sanskrit - BA Syllabus Appendix
Narayanan namboothiri <[email protected]>
Mon, Aug
To: RAMESH P <[email protected]>, [email protected], [email protected]
LL,21t4rir,r,
,,
Please find the attachment
nitisatakam.docx
1647K
RAMESH P <[email protected] ac. in>
To: Narayanan namboothiri <[email protected],com>
Tue, Aug 12,201.4 at 4:58 pM
Sir please forward the full syllabus incorporating the appendix
on
Mon, Aug 11, 2oL4.at B:21 PM, Narayanan namboothiri <[email protected]>
wrote:
Please find the attachment
Narayanan nam booth i ri < [email protected]
To: RAMESH P <[email protected],in>
g m ai l. c
om >
Sat, Aug 23,201.4 at 10:08 pM
MK Narayanan Namboothiri
Chairman, Board of studies(sanskrit, UG)
TO
The Registrar
Calicut University
Sir,
sub:Board meeting in sanskrit(UG)
I request you to kindry conduct the Board meeting(sanskrit
UG) on L-9-201,4, MONDAyat1O.30
AM and also please convey ail Board members of sanskri(uci
Agenda
1)To prepare new model Question pape(80-20-pattern)for 1st
sem Exam 2014 onwords
2)Any other items permitted by Registrar/Chairman
Thanking you
sd/
Yours faithfully
Palakkad
23-8-2074
[Quoted text hidden]
Narayanan nam b ooth i ri < naray [email protected]
To: RAMESH P <[email protected]>
MK Narayanan Namboothiri
Chairman, Board of studies,sans krit(UG)
To
The Registrar
Calicut University
gm ai l. c om >
Sun, Aug 24,201.4 at 12:45 pM
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 377)
Sir'
Sub:Republishing the
fu
sy
abus_with Appendix
BA sANSKRIT(uG)svlrabus,we
had pubtished onty withour
Appendix.Now I am
t,A sanskflt ln co_operation with the
- ' 'Appendix
=""*"n
2014 u'wulos
onwords.Ir request you to kindry
'lFpe"u'!^ 4v-L+
Appendix
repubrish the same with
ffillil?l;
l?"
patakkad
a1 0.,
Thanking
[Quored text hidden]
you
sd/
yours faithfully
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 378)
Frle Ref.No.6002/GA - lV - B2l2Ol2lCU
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
Abstract
BA Programme in Sanskrit
-
CUCBCSS UG
-
20L4 Admission
- Scheme and Syllabus -Approved
lmplemented \rth effect trom201,4 Admission - Orders issued
G&A-IV-B
UO
Dated, Calicut University.P.O, 22.O7.201,4
No 71-2112O1-4lAdmn
Read:-1,. UO. No. 3791l2O13lCU dated 07.09.201-3 (CUCBCSS UG Modified Regulations )
(File . Ref. No. 13752IGAIV J SO l2OL3l CU)
2. UO . No 5180/2014lAdmn, dated 29.05.201-4 (cucBCSS uG Revised Regulations
(File
)
Ref . No. 13752/GAIV J SO/2013/CU)
3 Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Studies
in Sanskrit (UG) held on 1,7.O3.2OL4
, ltem number 2
4. Minutes of the Meeting of the Faculty of Language and Literature held on
20.06.2014,|tem number i (ii)
5. Orders of the Vice Chancellor in file of even number dated 22.07.201,4
ORDER
The Modified Regulations of Choice Based Credit Semester System for UG Curriculum with
effect from 2014 admission in
the
University of Calicut vras implemented vide paper read first
above
The Revised CUCBCSS UG Regulations has been implemented with effect from 2014
admission for all UG Programmes under CUCBCSS in the University vide paper read second above.
The Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) vide paper read third finalised the Syllabus of
BA
Sanskrit under CUCBCS for 2014 Admission.
Vide paper read fourth the Faculty of Language and Literature has approved the Syllabus
of BA Sanskrit under CUCBCSS Ior 2074 admission wlrich raas finalised by the Board of Studies in
Sanskrit (UG) at its meeting held on 17.O3.2014.
Vide paper read fifth above, the Hon'ble Vice Chancellor , considering the exgency, exercising
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 379)
the povr,ers of the Academic Council has approved item number 2 of the Minutes of the Meeting of
the Board of Studies in Sanskrit (UG) held on 17.03.20L4 subject to ratification by the Academic
Council.
Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the Scheme and Syllabus of BA
Programme in Sanskrit (UG) under CUCBCSS, in the University with effect from 2014 admission.
Orders are issued accordingly. (The Syllabus is available in the Website: University
of Calicut.info)
sd\,
Muhammed S
Deputy Registrar
To
1. The Principals of allArts and Science Colleges under the University of Calicut
2. PS to VC/PVC/PAto Registrar/CgEx tV Section/EG Section/Director SDUDR and AR
BA Branch /SDE/SDE Exam Branch/Library/lnformation Centres/SF/DF/FC
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 380)
UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
CHOICE I}ASED CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM
B.A. DEGRE _ SANSKRIT PROGRAMME
(2014 admission onwards)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 381)
PREFACE
'l'hc LJnder graduatc courscs under Calicut University had been restructured from
2014 admission onwards as parl o['the direction of Kerala I-ligher Education Council. The
[J(i prograrlmc
has clrangcd I'rorn the then existing pattern to Choice Based Credit
Semester Systenr (CBSS). 'l'he revision
of the syllabus of the programme was in
&
tune
with the changes that occurred all over the world in the higher education region. 1'he
dircction ol'the Kerala tligher Education Council in this regard was in conformity with
thc National Education Policy cnvisaged by [Jniversity Grants Comnrission. The new
syllabus includcd l'our types olcourscs as Common Course, Core Course, Open Course
& (lornp lcmcntary Coursc.
'l'hc study of Sanskrit under the revised syllabi enabled the students in proper
motivation
in the pursuit ol' knowledge and understanding of Indian Culture
and
Civilization. It is aimed to improve the comprehensive skills, communicative skill, the
skill of creative writing and language proficiency. More overthe courses are designed
so
that the student is enabled at enjoying the literary creations in a proper and good way.
Irour ycars havc passcd alter the last revision of syllabus. We think that
it is high
tinte to rcvisc and updatc the cxisting syllabus. As per the decision of the Board of
StLrdics
of Sanskrit (UG), the syllabus of BA Programme Sanskrit has becn revised
and
updated. Wc express our sincerc and hear1l'elt thanks to all Teachers and friends who
have inspired us in cornpleting this attempt.
Chairman and Members
Board of Studies Sanskrit UG
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 382)
CHOICE BASII,D CREDIT SEMESTER SYSTEM
BACTIEI,OR OF ARTS PROGRAMME IN SANSKRIT
1-he Undergraduate Programme
in Sanskrit Language and Literature is a choice based credit semester
system of 3 Year duration with 6 Semesters. The Programme consists
of l0 Common Courses, l4
Core Courses, 8 Complinrentary courses, 2 Choice based courses and Project
Courses include 6 Courses
work. The Comrnon
in English and 4 courses in Sanskrit. l4 Core Courses are dedicated
to
Sarrskrit l,ar.rguage and Literature. The 8 Complementary Courses are so designed as to supplement
1he Core Courscs and sornc
of thern are professionally oriented. The choice based courses are
pr.rrely
prof'cssion-oriented so that not only the students of Sanskriti Programme but also of other Programmes
can get an opportunity to take advantage of them,
Structurc of thc Programme:
'lhe Sanskrit Programnre
is three faceted -1.The Study of Sanskrit Language 2. The Study of Sanskrit
[,itcratr,rre and 3.'l-he Sludy ol'Sanskrit in a prolessional perspective.
Aims and Objectives of thc Programme:
J'hc curricular objectives of the Progratnme are specified below.
l. To
nrake the student a human being in the correct sense of the word'
2. T'o broaden the outlook of the students and
instill in them
a sense
of confidence and
responsibility.
3.
-l-o
make them ready to face thc present day world of ambiguities and contradictions.
4. '['o make lhcm empathctic and sympathetic towards fellow human beings.
5. 'l'o make them understand the society better and ready them to
fulfill their
duties and
responsibilities towards the society.
6.-l'o train thcm in thc ficld of translation so thatthey can use the expertise thus gained to
cnrich Malayalam and Sanskrit l,iterature through translation.
7.'l'o channelise their crcativc writing abilities towards writing in Hindi so as to enable
thcm to contribute towards lndian [,iterature
.
8. 'l'o inspire them to use their encrgy and creative ability for the upliftment of the poor
and downtrodden among the society.
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 383)
9. 'l'o makc thcm able to comrnunicate in Sanskrit f'luently so thal they can perform their
dutics bcttcr when thcy arc oirtsidc Kerala.
10.
'l'o inrpart thc importancc Sanskrit Language to the mass
.
ll.'l'o irrply Sanskrit I'rom thc very beginning of Education is very helpful to bring up a
bettcr gencralion.
Total Marks
:100
Internal Assessment
:20
[]xtcrnal Assessrtrent
:80
Internal Assessment
Attendance
Ass i gnment/sem inar/V
:25oh
IVA
:25oh
'fest Paper
:50%o
Duration of, l:xam
:3hrs
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 384)
LIST OF RESTRUCTURED COURSES
COMMON COURSE
BA/B.Sc f)cgrce programme
Coursc Codc
SK'l I A 07 (01)
SK'|2 A 08 (01)
SK'f 3 A 09 (01)
SKT 4 A l0 (01 )
Sl.No.
I.
2.
3.
4.
Title
Kavya Literature and Applied Grammar
Prose & Applied Grammar
Drama and Alankara
IJistory of Sanskrit Literature, Kerala Culture &
Translation
B.Com / BBA Degree Programme
l.
SK'l I A 07 (02) Management and lndian Heritage, Subhasithas &
Grammar
(02)
Prachinavaniya & Translation
A
09
SK'f 2
2.
B.Sc. Degrec Programmc (In Alternate Pattern)
Ancient Science, Subhasithas
SK'l I A 07
Drama & Translation
SK'f 2 A 09
l.
2.
Corc Course
l.
2.
:i.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
(03)
(03)
SKTlB0t
SKT 2 B 02
SK'f 3 B 03
SK'l- 3 B 04
SKl- 4 B 05
SK'l- 4 B 06
SK'f 5 Il 07
SK'f 5 B 08
SK't 5 B 09
SKT 5 B l0
& Grammar
Mahakavya,AlankaraandVritta
& Strotrakavya
Methodology of Ancient Indian Tradition
Gadyakavya
Vyakarana and NYaYa-l
Khandakavya
nNataka
Veda, Smriti & Upanishad
Vyakarana and Nyaya-ll
Bhagavadgita & Arthasastra
General Informatics
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 385)
ll.
sK'l'6 u l r
sK'l'6 u 12
sKl-6 Il r3
t2.
r3.
t4.
Natyasiddhanta
Sankhya & Vedanta
Elernents of Indian Culture and Environmental Sciencc
Malayalam Writers on Sanskrit
Sanskrit Theatre of Kerala
Kavisiksha
sK'T'6 U 14
sr(T 6 B l5 (It 01)
SK'|6 B l5 (1102)
SK'l- 6 B l5 (lr 03)
15.
t6.
17.
coM
A lankara Sastra
Pr.E
MEN'|ARY COUtts rl
sK'r'rc0r
Iistory of Sanskrit Literaturc - [
Literature in Sanskrit
I Iistory of Sanskrit Literature -ll
Contribr,rtion of Kerala to Sanskrit l-iteratr.rre
Linguistics
Indian Philosophy I - Vedic Schools
Indian Literary Criticism
Indian Philosophy II -Non Vedic Schools
(01
I
-l'echnical
sK'r'lc02(01
sK'r' 2 c 03 (0
sKl'2C04(01
sK'r'3 c 05 (01
r
sKl- 3 C 06 (01)
sK'r'4 c 07 (01)
sKl'4
C 08 (01)
I}.A MAI,AYAI,AM DEGREE
L
SK'r' I C 0l (02)
2.
SKl'2 C 02 (02)
3.
SK'r'3 C 03 (02)
1.
SK-t 4
Ct
PROGRAMME
Poctry, Grammar and l'ranslation
Prose, Ilasic Grammar and 'l-ranslation
Kerala Contribution to Sanskrit
Drama and Kerala Sanskrit Theatre
04 (02)
OPF],N COURSE
r.
2.
3.
sKl'5
D 0l
SK't'5 D 02
Management Principles in Sanskrit
Ancient Indian Law
Scientilic Literature in Sanskrit
SK'f5D03
C O T,-RSI]
WO RK/I'RO.IEC'I'
SANSKRIT B.A DI.](;RI'E, PROGRAMME
E
!
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CoLrrsc I rtlc
a
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4
Llomnron ('oursc 07
(.orc ('trursc
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4
6
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crncnla rv
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3
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Nanrc o1'thc Course
C'oursc Code
F
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3l3l
English
qlt
Kavya Lrterature and applied Grammar
Mahakavya Alankara and Vrrtta
History of Sanskrit Lrterature I
sK].rc0l(01)
Technical Literature in Sanskrit
sKT l c 02 (01)
-rl:l
413
zlt
Engl ish
sKT l A 07 (01)
sK'l' I B 0t
I
omplcmcnrary
Course 02
Comnron Coursc lll
Comnron Coursc [V
Conrnron Course U8
Core Course ll
J
C
-_
l4
6
3
4
4
4
4
2
J
Engl ish
3
English
3
Prose and applred Gramntar
sK'r'2 A 08 (01)
3
Khandakavya
sKt'2 It 02
IIistory ofSansknt Literaturc ll
sKt2c03(0t
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 386)
('ourse 03
('omplementary
j
2
l
Clorrtributions ol' Kcrala to Sanskrit I itcralure
)
4
J
Fingl ish
5
4
1
4
2
l
f)rama and Alankara
Methodology ol' Ancient Indian Tradition
SK-I 2 C 04 (01
I
Coursc 04
Common Course V
Common Course 09
(lore Course III
Clorc Coursc
5
IV
4
('omple'nrcntary
('oursc 05
('onr ple
nre nl.a
(
(16
oLrrsc
3
('onlnron Course VI
I
.l
Gadyakavya
[-rnguistrcs
20
l
)
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Conrnton Course
Corc'Coursc V
Corc Course VI
J
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4
4
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4
4
4
J
4
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J
1
2
Complcmcntary
sKr'l c 06 (01 )
Engl i sh
l
,1
20
Course 07
Complemcntary
SKT3B03
SKT3B04
sKT3C0s(0r)
Indran Philosoph),- Vedic Schools
)
)
0
& Sthrothrakavya
sKT3A09(01)
Il isttlry o1' Sanskrit Literature. Kerala Culture
'franslatron
and
SK'l4A l0(01)
Vyakarana and Nyaya
Nataka
lndran I-rterary Critrcism
lndran Philosophy - Non Vedic Schools
sKl'4
B 0s
SKl'4 t] 06
sKl'4 C 07 (0r )
sKl'4 C 08 (0 l)
Course 08
Clore Course'VII
Core Course VIll
Llorc Coursc lX
Llore Coursc X
Open Course
Coursc Work/
)
l)rojcct Work
(.
3
20
J
sKl'5
Veda, Smriti and Upanlshad
Vyakarana and Nyaya Il
Bhagavadgita and Arthasastra
General Informatics and Sanskrit
Managemcnt Principles in Sanskrit
Ancient Indian [-aw
Scientific Literaturc in Sanskrit
3
B 07
sKt'5 Il
sKt-5 Ir
08
09
sKl'5 u l0
SK'f 5 D()I
SK'I'5 D 02
sKl'5
D 03
)
5
l
Alankara Sastra
sKt-6 Il
('orc Coulsc XI
('orc Coursc XII
l
5
J
)
Core CoLrse XIII
Corc CoLrlsc XIV
Core Coursc [ilcctive
)
4
4
sKf 6It 12
sKr6 u rl
sKl'6 Il 14
)
4
Natyasiddhanla
Sankhya and Vedanta
Elenrcnts ol lndian Culture and
llnvironmental Science
Malayalanr Writcrs on Sanskrit
Sanskrit Thcatrc of Kerala
Kav isiksha
l
J
22
('oursc Work/
[)ro,ject Work
II
SKT6ts l5(lr0l)
sKl'6 B 15(1102)
sKT6 B rs(E03)
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Name of thc Course
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a
tr
Conrplcmcntary
I
Course I
Complcrnentary
Coursc Il
ComplcrncnLarl,
Coursc lll
Conrplcmentary
Coursc lV
II
III
IV
J
2
J
25%
75%
Poetry, Grammar and Translation
sKTlc0r(02)
J
2
3
25%
7 5o/o
Prosc. Basrc Grammar and Translation
sKl'2
j
2
l
25%
7 5o/u
Kerala Contribution to Sanskrit Llterature
sKT3C03(02)
6
4
J
20%
80%
Drama and Kerala Sanskrit Theatre
sK'I 4C04(02)
25%
't5%
Maragenrent
15%
Sbhashithas & Grammar
Prachina Vani jya and'l'ranslation
B.Com l)tlG ltF- tl PRO(;RAMMtl
4
3
5
1 | Common Coursc 07
]
aon,ron course o9
j
,1
Il.Sc Dtl(l llll, tl PllO(; RAMM
J
n altcrnate
ll,
Common Course 07
Conrmon Coursc 09
25%
l
and Indian
Heritage,
ttern
C 02 (02)
sKTlA0T(02)
sKl'2 A 09 (02)
Ancicnt Science and Subhashita
sKfrA0T(01)
Dranra ['ranslation and Applied Crammar
sKl'2 A 09 (02)
6002/GA - IV - B2/2012/CU (Page : 387)
Project Work
'l'he reporl of the Project Work should be
submitted by the students at least one
r,vcck before thc conrntcnccntcnt of the sixth semester examination. The Pro-iect Report
should be written either in English or in Sanskrit. The Report should not exceed forty
pagcs.
Note :-
l. C'oro Clourses exccpt IIl. X and XIV should be written in Sanskrit.
2. Corc Courses III. X, XIV may be answered either in Sanskrit or in English or in Malayalam.
:1. Comtlron Courses in Sanskrit may be answered either in Sanskritor in English or in Malayalarn.
4. conrplernentary Courses rnay be answered either in Sanskrit or in English.
5. Open Cottrses and Elective Courses may be answered either in Sanskrit or in English or in
Malayalanr.
6. Con.rpletrrentary Courses lor tl.A Progranrme Malayalam may be answered either in Sanskrit or in
I:rrglish or in Malayalanr
SI.]MESTI]R _ I
Cloursc Code
SKTIAOT
(0
l'itle
Instructional hours per
Cred its
week
Kavya Literaturc & Applied Grammar
4
4
r)
ISK'I-IA07
5
4
fozr
I sKl I;\07
Managcmcnl and Indian Heritage.
Subhasithas & Gramnrar
Ancicnt Scicncc, Subhasithas & Granlrar
5
4
Ire:
5l\
Mahakavya Alankara and Vritta
6
4
Ilistory ol'Sanskrit [,ilcrarure -
-)
2
I
-I
tJ UI
I
(0
SK'I' I C 02
(01
l'echnical [.iterature in Sanskrit
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2
)
SKTICOl
I
Poctry, Granrmar and'l'ranslation
(02)
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2
sKI'r,A07(0t)
B.A/8. Sc DI,IGREE PROGRAMME
SIIMI.]STE,R _ I COMMON COURSE - 07
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Crcdits
KAVYA I,I'TIIRATURE AND APPLIED GRAMMER
Raghuvamsa of Kalidasa
-4
Aim of the Course
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Canto VI, Nitisataka of Bhartrhari Selected 20 verses
Instructional hours 72
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'l'he Course aims at introducing Mahakavya Literature and appreciation of the
Mahakavya. It also aims at cultivating moral values among students through the study of
Subhashitas. More ovcr it aims to enable the students to identify the basic grammatical
feature s of Sanskrit.
Objectivcs of the Course
To impaa gencral awareness o1'Sanskrit Mahakavya literature to students.
l'o cnablc the student to enjoy and appreciate Mahavaya.
-l'o
Ianriliarizc the studcnt with sirnilar contexts of other Kavyas.
'1'o
enable thc student to understand the basic principles of grammar through the study o{'
thc Kavya.
Module I
- Origin and development
a. Characteristics
c. Khandakavyas
of kavya literature.
of Mahakavyas. b. Panchamahakavyas,
- l:rotic, Devotiona[, and Stray verses
Esscntial Reading
A Shorl Ilistory of Sanskrit Literature By'f.K. Ramachandra lyer.
Additional Reading
tndian Kavya Literature - A.K. Warder 2. History of Sanskrit Literature - A.B. Keith
3. flistory of classical Sanskrit Literature - M. Krishnamachariar.
4. Samskrita Sahitya Charithram - Ed. By Dr. M.S. Menon & Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja'
Pubtished by Kcrala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur.
L
Modulc Il
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Kalidasa Literature
a. Introduction of thc poetic style of Kalidasa. b. Otherworks of Kalidasa
c. Poclic cxccllence of Kalidasa
Ilssential Rcading
VI Canto l-46 verses
Raghuvamsa o1'Kalidasa
Additional Reading
1. Translations of Raghuvamsa. 2 . Manusmriti
3. Arthasastra and other Dharamasastra works. 4. Kalidasa
Modulc
II[ -
-
by Dr. C. Kunhan Raja.
Subhasitas
Characteristics of Sr.rbhasitas and Major authors
Essential Reading
Bhartrhari's Nitisataka
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Selected 20 verses (appended herewith)
Additional Reading
l.
Subhasitasahasri. 2. Yaksprasna. 3. Viduraniti. 4. Subhashitaratnabhandagara
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Module IV
- Applied Grammar
l. Split the Sandhi. 2. Corrrbine
the Sandhi. 3. Vigraha Vakyas.4. Use in Sentences
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B.Com DEGREE PROGRAMME
SEMESTE,R I _ COMMON COURSE _ 07
MANAGEME,NT'AND INDIAN HE,RITAGE, SUBHASHITAS AND BASIC
crcdit
-4
GRAMMAR
Instructional hours 9o
Aims of thc Coursc
'l'hc Coursc airns at devcloping an appropriate
knowledge of the management
philosophy and value syslem heritage rooted in our cultural heritage among the students.
It also aims at cultivating moral values among students through the study of subhashitas.
Devcloping the basic grammatical skill is also aimed at this course.
Objcctivc of thc Coursc
'l'o nrakc the student
awarc of the management principles and philosophy embedded in
our ancicnt texts.
'l-o
introduce nrajor Acharyas of our cultural heritage to the students and to impart value
cducation in thern,
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dcvelop languagc skill among students by learning the basic grammar in Sanskrit.
Course Out line:Module I
Introduction of referenccs of management principles that lay unearthed in our ancient
Sanskrit tcxls to modem students. Bhagavadgita, Mahabharata. Arthasaastra,
Charakasarnhita, Panchatantra, l-hirukural, etc. are good examples of management
principlcs and tcachings.
Esscntial Ilcading
Management and Indian Ileritage - By V.K.S. Menon from "lndian'fraditions of
Management" Ed. Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri, Published by Calicut University.
Module II
Inculcatc moral valuc cducation among students, Bhartrhari, Vyasa, Vidura etc, are
eminent gurus in this regard.
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Essential Reading
Subhashitas - 23 vcrscs (194-216) from Subhashitasahasri Com.
Nanrbudiri, Kcrala Sahitya Acadcmy,'fhrissur.
Module
by D.
Sreeman
[Il
'l'o l'amiliarize the students the basic principles of Sanskrit language so as to enable to
read and understand ancient literature dealing witl'r management principles and moral
education.
Esscntial Reading
Sidharupa, Pubtishcd by R.S. Vadhyar & Sons, Kalpathi, Palakkad.
I)ccle nsions o[-Vrksha. I-ata. Vanam, Asmad and Yushmad.
Conjugation of Bhu-Dhatu in [,at. [,ang, [,it, Lot Lt1.
sK'r'rA07(03)
(In alternate pattern)
SEMIISTER I _ COMMON COURSE _ VII
ANCIENT SCIENCE, SUBHASHITAS AND GRAMMAR
(For slttdenls of',sttbjects related to a. Chemistry. b. Physics. c. Biolog and
B.Sc. DEGREE PROGRAMME
d.
A4athematics)
Credits
-4
lnstructional hours 90
Aims and Objectivcs
Science in ancient India as in any other parts of the world is the result of observation and
cxperimcnt. 'fhe truth estabtished through this procedure is called Siddhantha. To make
thc students know the scientific methods in ancient India connected with various
branches of science likc Chcmistry, Physics. Biology, Mathematics, etc. is the aim of the
coLrrsc. Ncither the Scientists are aware of Ancient Indian Scientific Literature in Sanskrit
nor the Sanskrit Scholars are competent enough to impart this knowledge of Science to
the worlrJ of scientists. 'l'hc gulf between the scientists and Sanskrit Scholars are to be
bridgcd. lt can be donc only by exploring this bulk of literature with all possible
mcasures.
Module I
a) ScicntiFrc Methodology in Ancient lndia - K.N. Neelakanthan Elayath
b) Ircological Awareness in Vedas - C.M. Neelakanthan
c) I..rTvironnrelrtal Awareuess in Ancient in Ancient India - C. Rajendran
Esscntial llcading
Inclian Scicnrillc '[-raclitiorrs lld. by Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri Pub. by Calicut University.
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Additional Reading
I.
2.
3.
Scie nce in History by J.D. Bernal
'l'hc Ilistory of Indian Chcmistry by P.C.
Roy
A Concise I listory of Science in India - C. Rajendran
Module
II
'l'o introduce moral/ value based education
along with language skills. To help the
students in mcmorizing the verges and creating a culture of Aksharasloka. Students
should bc rnotivated to collcct slokas containing the same message and value.
Sclccted l0 SLrbhashiras lronr Bhartrhari's Nitisataka
llssential lteading
Bhaflrhari's Nitisataka sclcctcd l5 verses.
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Niti ar,d Vairagyasataka of Bharthrhari. Ed. with a com. in Sanskrit and English
'l'ranslation
and notes by M.R. Kale. Pub. Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi, Seventeeth Edition
197t.
Additional Reading
Subhashithasahasri by D. Sreeman Namboodiri, Yakshaprasna and Viduraniti.
Motlule
l.
2.
:1.
III Crammar
Declensons of Vrksha, Latha, vanarn, Guru and pithr sabdas.
coniLrgations ol-Bhr-r dhatu in Lat, Lit. Lang and Lot lakaras.
coniugations ot'Vand Dhatu in Lat, Lir,l-rr,l-ang and Lot lakaras.
llssential llcading
Sidharupa pLrblished by R.S. Vadhyar
&
Sons, palakkad.
Additional Reading
Sabdamanjari and Dhatumanjari. pub. by R.S. vadhyar
&
Sons, palakkad.
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B.A. DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER I CORE COURSE 1
MAHAKAVYA ALANKARA AND VRITTA
Crcdits-4
Instructional
r08
(l'exts' Kiratariuniya ofBharavi Canlo
l,
hours
Kuvalayananda and Laghuvrittaratnakara)
Aim of the Course
'l'hc Coursc aims at imparting general
a
awareness of Mahakavya in Sanskrit and
introducing thc Mahakavya literature to students through the study oithe Kiratarjuneeya
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of Uharavi. It is also intended to familiarize the Alankaras and Vrittas and their place in
the study and appreciation of Poetry.
Objcctives of thc Course'
l'o cr.rltivate the skill of'understanding Sanskrit Kavyas both frorn traditional and modern
pcrspcctivcs.
1'o cnable the str.rdents to read, write and understand Sanskrit language and literature is
also pcrceived.
'Io introduce the nrain l'eatures of Alankaras and Vrittas in general and their role in the
apprcciation of Poetry.
Module I
StLrdy and appreciation
of Kiratarjuniya canto I verscs I to 20 in traditional method
and
also in modcrn perspective.
II
Module
of Kiratarjuniya canto I verses 2l to 46 in traditional method and
modcrn perspective. Study of language through kavya in traditional method and modern
StLrdy and appreciation
perspective.
III
of thc tcn Alankara: t. Rupakam, 2. Atisayokti, 3' Aoahnuti, 4. Samsokti,
5. Virodhabhasa, 6. Drshtanta, 7. Tulyayogita, 8. Kavyalinga, 9. Svabhavokti and
Module
StLrdy
I
0. Aprastutaprasalrlsa.
Iisscntial llcading
Kgvalayananda pi Appaya Dikshita Pubtished by R.S. Vadhyar and sons, Kalpathi,
Palakkad with a Commentary and English Translation by Prof. T.K. Ramachandra lyer.
Additional Reading
l. Bharathiyakuuyururtru- by Dr,
l'.
Bhaskaran, Pub. by Kerala Bhasha Institute,
I'h iruvananthapuram.
2.
Indian Kavya [,iterature, A,K. Warder, Motilal Banarsidas, Delhi'
Modulc lV
StLrdy of Vrttas in Sanskrit l-iterature, l. Anustup,2. Upendrava.ira, 3' Rathoddhata,
4. Mandakranta. 5. Sardulavikriditam, 6. Malini, 7. lndravajra, 8. Vamsastham, 9'
Sragdhara and 10. Vasantatilakam.
llssential Reading
Laghuvrttaratnakaia with English notes and illustrations from Popular Kavyas
'f.K. Ramachandra Iyer Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar and Sons, Kalpathi, Palakkad.
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by Prof.
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}t.A. DEGRI|E PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMI.],S'I'ER T COMPLEMENTARY COURSE
Crcdits
I{ISTORY OF SANSKRIT LITERATURE
-2
1
1
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the Course
'l'hc coursc aims
at introducing thc Vedic Literature, Epics and Puranas in general to the
students.
Objectivcs of thc Coursc
'['o introducc
thc Charactcristics, divisions and social & cultural conditions of the Vedas,
I'caturcs and characlcristics of Epics and their influence on later litcrature and
clraractcristics
cll- Puranas
in gcneral.
Coursc Outlinc
Module I
Vedas in general. Date and Arrangment of Vedas and Samhitas, Social and Cultural
conditions ol' Rgvedic agc.
Modulc II
[]rahnranas, Aranyakas, LJpanishads and Vedangas
Module III
Irpics. I . Mahabharatha - Date, Structure, Content, Authership and it's influence on later
works. 2. Rarnayana - Origin, Date and Subject matter.
Modulc IV
Puranas - Deflnition of Purana, Date of puranas and Main puranas.
Esscntial Rcading
A Short Ilistory of Sanskrit [,iterature
-
Prof'.'f.K. Rarnachandra Iyer, pages I to 55.
Additional Reading
I'
2.
3.
4.
- Vol. I & ll Published by Kerala Sahitya Academy,
l'hrissur.
A history of Sankrit l,iterarure - by A.A. Macdonnel
A I-l istory of Sanskrit Literature - ty A.B. Keith
A Ilistory of Vedic l,iterature - by S.N. Sharma.
Samskrita Sahitya Charitram
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B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
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Credits
-2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the Course
Ancient Indian 1'cchnological Developnrent is embedded in Sanskrit Literature. To
include an aptitude in students to unearth and study the concealed technological and
scienti fic knowlcdgc
o1'
ancient India.
Ob.iectivcs of thc Coursc
l. 'l'o impart awareness o1'ancient Indian scientific knowledge
2. 'l'o have an awareness of the technological development in ancient India'
3. -l'o have an awareness of the various disciplines of knowledge lndia prevailed
in
ancient India.
Course Outline
Module I
Astronomy and mathematics in Sanskrit literature.
llssential Reading
Technical literature in Sanskrit. Ed. by S. Venkitasubramania lyer. Pages
Modulc
-
l4 to
60.
II
Ayurveda
Ilsscntial Reading
I Iistory of Ayurveda by N.V. Krislrnankutty Varrier
-
Part I
-
Pages
I to 44
Module III
Architecture
Ilssential Reading
A tcxt book o[ Vastuvidya by '1.S. Balagopal Parbhu
- Chapter V Nature and Scope of
Vastuvidya.
Additional Iteading
Dr, N.V.P. Unithiri, Calicut University Publication
2. Science and Technology in Ancient India - Deviprasad chattopadyaya.
L lndian Scientilic Traditions
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3. Scicncc in Ilistory -.1.1). Ilcrnal
4. A concisc Ilistory ol'scicncc in India
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S.N. Sen
&
Subbarayappa.
(02)
Ii.A. DI'GREE, PROGRAMME MALAYALAM
SI.]MIiSTIIR I COMPLEMENTARY COURSE I
I'OE]'IIY, GRAMMAR & TRANSLATION
(7.ext:- Sreekril;hna Vilasam o.f Sukumarakavi Canlo I)
Crcdits
-
4
Instructional Flours 54
Aim of the Course
-l'hc
cottrse aims at lantiliarizing the student with Sanskrit Kavyas. It also aims to make
thc student capable olunderstanding the fundamental principles of Sanskrit Grammar and
to acquaint with simplc translation lrom Sanskrit to regional language.
Objectivcs of the Coursc
l'o rrakc the str-rdent awarc of the style of Sanskrit Kavyas in general. Appreciation of
Poctry. ldentillcation ol'Vibhaktis of words in the verse. Comparer the similar contexts
Irorr Malayalanl litcraturc. '['o tcach the students the fundamental principles of Sanskrit
Grammar and to develop the skill of translating verses from Sanskrit to regional
languagc,
Course Outline
Module I
llistory ol' Kavya [,iterature in Sanskrit with special reference to Mahakavya.
its importance in Iiterature. Major Mahakavyas,
Clharactcristics ol- Mahakavya and
Sukunrarakavi - [lis stvlc and works.
llsscntial lLeading
Sarlrskrita Sahitya Charithrarn Vol.
II Pub. by Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur.
Module II
Dctailed study of Slokas I to 45 of Sreekrishnavilasa canto I
Iisscntial Rcading
Srcekrishna Vilasarn Canto I (Slokas I to 45)
Additional Rcading
Malayalanr'l'ranslation of Sreekrishna Vilasant
Module
Ill -
Dccle nsions
Grammar.
of Vriksha, I-ata, Vanam, pitr and Kavi.
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Conjugation of Bhu Dahatu, in Lat, Lang, Lrt Lit and l,ot
Sandhi-Svara. Vyan jana and Visarga
Ilssential Reading
Sidharupa, Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar & Sons. Kalpathi, Palakkad.
Additional Reading
Sabdamanjari, Dhatumanjari. Balabodhanam by Rajarshi Ramavarma Thampuran. Pub.
Govt. Sanskrit College,'l'rippunithara.
l,aghusanrskritam By. Dr. K.G. Paulose, Current Books, Kottayam
Module IV
Translation of Known
Verse,s
from the prescribed text.
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SEMI.]S]'T]II II
Instructional hours
'f itlc
Cor,rrsc Codc
Credits
per week
sK'r 2 A
08
(01)
sKt'2 A 09
_c02) _
sK'f 2 A 09
Prosc
& Applied
Crammar
Prachinavanrjya
&
l-ranslation
Drarra &'[-ranslation
4
4
5
4
5
4
6
4
J
2
J
2
J
2
(03)
i
sK'r'2 Il
02
sK-f 2 c 03
t)
SK'f 2 C 04
(0
(0 r)
sK-r 2 c 02
(02)
Khanda kavya &
Sthothra Kavya
I Iistory ol'Sanskrit
Literature - II
Contribution ol Kerala to
Sansl<rit Iite raturc
Prosc [Jasic Cranrmar
and'['ranslation
sK'r' 2 08 (01)
B.A/B.Sc DEGREE PROGRAMME
SEMESTER II COMMON COURSE II
PITOSE AND APPLIED GRAMMER
(Texls:- Kadanbari Samgraha & panchatantro)
(lrcdits
4
lnstructional hours 72
Aims and Objcctivcs
course intcnds to lanriliarize the sludents with Sanskrit prose literatr,rre.
'['hc
Objectives of thc coursc
l. 'l'o tnake thc student aware of the origin and development of Sanskrit prose
literalurc and didactic fables.
2. J'o introduce Sanskrit prose style in the light of Sukanasopadesa in Kadambari
S angraha and A pari ksh itakaraka from Panch atantra
of Vishnusarman.
3. 'l'o nrakc the student to write small passages in Sanskrit of their own.
4. 'lb idcntify Samasas. vigrahas and Grammatical peculiarities.
Module I
I listory ol- Prose literature
a) Origin development and classification of prose literature.
b) Ma.jor Prose works in Sanskrit literature including Katha and Akhyayika.
lissential Ileading
A short I listory of Sanskrit literature
-
T'.K. Ramachandra Iyer. page 9g to 105.
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Additional Rcading
Indian kavya literature - A.K. Warder
Iistory of Sanskrit literature - A.B. Krith
I Iistory of Classical Sanskrit literature - M. Krishnamachariar
Sarnskrita Sahitya Charitram - Vol.ll Ed. by Dr. M.S. Menon and
I'}ub. by Kerala Sahitya Academy. '[hrissur.
I
Dr. Kunjunni
Raja,
Modulc II
lJanabhatta - IIis stylc. works and poetic excellence. Detailed study
lrorl Kaclatnbari sam gralta,
of Sukanasopadesa
Esscntial Reading
Sukanasopadesa- lrom Kadambarisamgraha by Sri. R.V. Krishnamachariar, Pub. by R'S.
Vadhyar & Sons, Kalpathi, Palakkad.
Additional Reading
Malayalanr 'l'ranslatiorr o[' Kadambari - by Mundur Sukumaran Pub. by D.C. Books
Kottayam and by Ai,yappa Panickar (World Classic Series Pub. by D.C. Elooks.
Kottayam)
Modulc III
lntroduction o1'the Kartha style of Vishnusarman and detailed study of L Brahmani
Nakulakatha, 2. Lobhavishta Chakradharakatha. 3. Matsyamandukakatha. 4.
Somasarmapitrkatha from
5.
Simhokarakamurkhabrahmanakatha and
Aparikshitakarakam of Panchatantra
Esscntial Reading
Aparikshitakarakam of Panchatantra of Vishnusarman, Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar
Kalpathi, Palakkad.
&
Sons,
Additional llcading
L Katha Salitsagara ol'Somadeva
2. Ilrahtkatha manjari ol' Kshemendra.
Modul IV
Applied Grammar
-
Samasa, Vigraha and Grammatical peculiarities based on prescribed
tcxts.
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B.COM DEGREE PROGRAMME
SEMESTER
Credits
4
II COMMON
COURSE 09
PRACHINAVANIJYA AND TRANSLATION
Aim of Course
-l'o
introducc thc ancienl. systenl of trade and commerce.
lnstructional hours 90
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J'o inculcate translation skill from Sanskrit to English and Vice-Versa.
Objectivc
'l'o larniliarizc thc student
thc tcchniques olancienttrade, commerce and law of taxation.
l'o develop tlre skill of translation and language skill in Sanskrit among the students.
Module I
1'he system o1' tlnancial management, accrual of treasury, Agriculture management,
animal husbandry, preparation of documents, collection of tolls and settlement of
disputes in ancient India.
Essential rcading
Prachinavani-;ya Dd. by Dr.
Clraptcrs 1.2.3.9.
ll
and
M. Sivakumaraswamy Pub. by Bharavi Prakasana, Banglore.
13.
Additional Rcading
Vartlra hy P.S. Subhararlapattar.
Geetha Press, l-hrissur
Module II
Makc the student capable of translating verses and short passages from Sanskrit to
Iinglish or regional languagc and lrom English to Sanskrit.
Esscntial Reading
I'.xcrcise in 'l'ranslation
I'alakkad.
-
by '['.K. Ramachandra lyer, pub. by R.S. vadhyar
&
Sons
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B.Sc DEGREE PROGRAMME (Alternate pattern)
SEMESTER II COMMON COURSE 09
DRAMA, TRANSLATION AND GRAMMAR
(I'ext: Karnabhara of Bhasa)
Crcdits
4
lnstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
l'o make the student understand Sanskrit Drama, its origin
and development. Moreover it
is aimed to give a basic awareness of translation and grammar.
Objective of the Course:
I . 'lo understand thc origin and development of Sanskrit Drama.
2.'t'o lamili aritc Lhe ma.jor drarnas ol' sanskrit literature.
3.'l'o lanriliarizc the studcnt with the dranratic skill of Bhasa.
4.'l'o inrpart basic awarcness ol'translation ol'sanskrit verse and passages to English or
to Malayalanr and vicc vcrsa.
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I
Module
Blrasa's plays, with special refercnce to Karnabhara.
Ilssential reading
Karnabhara of Bhasa
-
Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar
&
Sons, Palakkad.
Additional Reading
L tlhasa - A Study - A.D. Pusalkar, Pub. by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers - Delhi.
2. Bhasanatakachakram - Ed. by Dr. T. Bhaskaran, Pub. by ORI & M Library, University
of Kerala, Th i ruvananthapuram.
3. Sanskrit Drama - A.B. Keith, Motilal Banasidass, Delhi'
4. New Problems in Bhasa Ptays - Dr. N.P. Unni, Pub. by College Book House,
'l-h
i
ruvananthapuram.
Module II
Makc the student capable of translating verses and short passages from Sanskrit to
l:nglish or Malayalam and l'rom llnglish to Sanskrit.
Essential rcading
Excercises in Translation by
Modulc
- T.K. Ramachandra Iyer, R.S. Vadhyar & Sons Palakkad.
III
To ntake the student read and understand the structure of language and to communicate.
a) Declensions ol'Vriksha, Latha, Vana, Guru and Pitre
b) Conjugations olBhu-Dhatu - in lat, lit, lang and lot lakaras
c) Conjugations of Vand - Dhatu in lat, Iit, lrt, lang and lot lakras.
Essential Reading
Sidharoopa Pub. R.S. Vadhyar and Sons, Palakkad
Additional Reading
Sabdamanjari and Dhatumanjari. Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar and Sons, Kalpathy, Palakkd'
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B.A. DEGREE, PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SIIMESTER II CORE COURSE II
KIIANDAKAVYA & STHOTHRA KAVYA
(Texl;- Meghaduta o/'Kalidasa, Purvamegha only Narayaneeyam of Melpathur)
Crcdits
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4
Instructional
hours
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Aims of the course
Iiarniliarizc thc ncw genre ol' Poctry propounded by Kalidasa through Meghaduta vizSandcsakav-ya.
I:an-riliarizc the ncw gcnrc
ol Poctry propounded by Melpathur Narayana
Bhattathiri
throLrglr Naravanecya viz. - Sthothra Kavya
Objective of course
L'I'o make awareness in Sanskrit Sandesakavya & Sthothrakavya
2.'[-o make tlte student to appreciate the elegance of Sandesakavya in Sankrit literature.
3. l'o lamiliarize the student about Keralite Sanskrit Poets.
4. Comparc similar types ol'literatr.rre in Malayalam.
Module I
Introduction to thc lif-e and works of Kalidasa. Appreciation of Sandesajavya in the light
ol'Meghaduta - Purvamegha Verses - I to 30
Module
II
Mcghaduta
-
Purvarregha Verses - 31 to 66
llsscntial Rcading
Meghaduta
Modulc
o
f Kal idasa (Purvamcgha)
III
Narayanecyam
-
Dasaka 45, 46, 47 Balaleela
Esscntial Reading
arayan eeyam by Me lpathu r Narayan a B hattath i ri
N-
Additional Reading
Malayalarl 'l'ranslation of Meghaduta by Kuttikrishna Marar
Prakasan
-
Pub. Marar Sahithya
othcr Sandcsakavyas and Sthothra Kavyas in Sanskrit and Malayalarn.
sK'r'2c03(01)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER II COMPLEMENTARY COURSE III
TIISTORY OF SANSKRIT LITERATURE - II
Crcdit
2
lnstructional hours 54
Aim of the coursc
'l'hc coursc aims
ar. introducing classical period of Sanskrit literature.
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Objcctive of course
development and characteristics of Mahakavyas, Historical
Kavyas. [.vrics. Subhashitas. Pros romance. Champu Kavyas, Popular Tales, Fables and
l-o introduce the origin,
Dramas.
Course outline
Modulc I
Datc of Kalidasa, Origin and Development of Mahakavyas.
Module II
Ilistorical Kavyas, Lyrics and Subhashitas
Module
III
Prosc romance. Champukavyas, Popular Tales and Fables
Modulc IV
-
Dranras 1'ypes
Sanskrit Drama.
of dranra, Ar-rthorship of Trivandrum plays origin and developnlent of
lisscntial Reading
A short history oIsanskrit litcrature by Prof. T.K. Ramachandra Iyer
Additional Reading
I . A llistory of Sanskrit [,itcraturc by A.B' Keith
2. Ilistory ol'Classical Sanskrit literature by M.M. Krishnamachariar
3. A I{istory ol Sanskrit l,itcraturc by A.A' Macdonnel
4. Sarnskrita Sahitya Charithram
sKT2
- Vol-ll
Pub. by Kerala Sahitya Academy,Thrissur.
C 04 (01)
B.A. DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
II COMPLEMENTARY COURSE IV
SEMT],STE,R
CON.IRIBU.I.IoNo}-KERAI,AToSANSKRITLITERATURE
Crcdit
2
Instructional hours 54
Aims of the course
l'he course aims at introducing the contribution of Kerala Writers in Sanskrit' which
lblns a very prominent part in Sanskrit Literature. Kerala has made considerable
contributions to almost all branches of knowledge in Sanskrit.
Ob.icctives of the course
To familiarize the abundant wealth of knowledge preserved in Sanskrit by Kerala
(both Gadya and
Scholars. lt pervades to almost all categories of literature like Kavya
padya), Nataka. Champu, l,irerary Criticism and Hermeneutics.
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Course Outline
Module I
Kulasekharas of Mahodayapuram.
Module
II
Zarnorins of Kozhikode
Modulc III
Corrtributions oICochin ftoyal Irarnily
Module lV
Contributions olKerala to Sanskrit literary Criticism
llsscntial lleading
Contribution ol'Kerala to Sanskrit literature
- Dr. K. Kunjunni
Raja.
Additional Rcading
l. Kcralccya Sanrskrira Sahityacharitram
- wadakkumkur Ra-iaraja Varma.
2. Kcrala Sahitya Charitrarn - Ullur S. Parameswaralyer.
3. Kcrala Sanskrit I-iterarurc - A Ilibliography - S. venkitasubramania lyer.
4. Sansklit Litcraturc of Kerala - [i. llswaran Narnboodiri.
5. Studics in Kerala Sansl<rit Literature - Dr. N.V.p. Unithiri.
sK l'2 c 02 (02)
B.A DEGREE PRAGRAMME MALAYALAM
SEMESTER II COMPLEMENTARY COURSE II
PIIOSE, BASIC GRAMMAR AND TRANSLATION
Crcdits
-2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the collrsc
I'hc course aim at introduction of Sanskrit prose literature in general and its appreciation.
[]asic principlcs of grammar and 'l'ranslation skills are also aimed at.
Ob.jcctivc of the Coursc
Makc thc studcnts aware ol'the prose literature in Sanskrit. Familiarize the students with
thc basic principles of Sanskrit Grammarand to identify Vibhaktis of words and Sandhis.
Cornparc sirnilar verses and prose literature from Malayalam literature in order to enable
thc students to translate Sanskrit passages to Malayalam.
Course outline
Modulc I
Prosc literature
-
Division and Characteristics
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Essential reading
Ilalaramayana by P.S. Ananthanarayana Sastry (Balakanda only) Pub. by R'S' Vadhyar &
Sons Kalpathi, Palakkad.
Additional reading
Kuttikalute Ramayanam - Mathrubhumi Publications
Adlryatma Ramayanam by'l'hunchath Ezhuthachan.
II -
Basic Grammar
l. Dcclensions of J'ad. Idam, Ra.ian. Yushmad and Asmad Sabdas
2. Conjugations of root Vand in Lat, lit, lrt, lan and lot lakaras'
Module
llsscntial reading
Siddharupa
Additional reading
Sabhamanjari, Dhatumanjari, Balabhodhanam and Laghu Samskritam
of Dr'
K'G'
Paulose.
from
Module III : Translation of known prose passage of sanskrit to Malayalam
Ilalaramayana
Additional reading
I:xcrcise in Sanskrit l'ranslation Pub. by R.S. Vadhyar & Sons, Palakkad.
Module IV
40 Slokas o1'Viduraneethi (Chaptcr
VII)
Essential Reading
Viduraneethi
Additional Reading
Subhastrita Sahasree by D. Sreeman Namboodiri
Yakshaprasna and Nitisataka
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SEMESTI],R
(loursc Coclc
sK't':l A 09
Title
Drama
& Alankara
III
Instructional hour per
week
Credits
5
4
5
4
4
4
.,
2
-)
2
-)
3
(01 )
sK't'i
B 0:l
Mcthodology ol- Ancient
Indian'l'radition
sK'f 3 B 04
Cadyakavy,a
Lirrgu istics
SK'I'3 C 05
(0 r)
SK'I-3 C 06
Indian Philosophy I
(0 t)
School
SK'I'3 C 03
(02)
Sanskrit
sKl' n
('rcdits
09 (01
4
-
Vedic
Kcrala Contribution to
)
B.A/B.Sc DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER III COMMON COURSE IX
DRAMA AND ALANKARA
hrstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
Sanskrit lras a rich and envious tradition of drisyakavya. This course aims at a general
awareness of drishyakavya in Sanskrit and a peep into the concept of alankara in
Sanskrit.
Ob.jectivc of the course
l'o know about the general characheristics of Sanskrit drama.
cultivate the culture of appreciation of Sanskrit Drama among students.
Makc the studcnts to know about the general features o1'Alankaras in literature and how
f ar it is usc[ul in thc apprcciation ol'literature.
C-'oursc outlinc
Modulc I
Origin, developrnent" characteristics and types of Sanskrit Drama in general. Major
Authors and nrajor texts in Sanskrit Drama (Kalidas, Bhavabhuti, Mrechakatika,
Mudrarakshasa and Acharyachudamani)
Essential rcading
Sanskrit Dranra - A.ll. Kcith
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Additional reading
A short I Iistory o{'Sanskrit Literature 'f .K. Ramachandra Iyer
Samskrita Sahityacharithram - Vol. II Kerala Sahitya Academy, Thrissur.
Module II
Plays of Bhasa
-
its style and characteristics. Appreciation of the dramas of Bhasa.
Essential rcading
Madhyamavyayoga of Bhasa
Aclditional reading
I. Bhasa A Study - Pusalkad A.D
2. Ncw problem in lJhasa plays - Dr. N.P. Unni
Module III
Alankara - The ntain features of Alankara in Sanskrit literature
Ilssential reading
Kuvalayananda of Appayyadikshita (Upama, Utpreksha, Dipaka, Slesha and
A rthantaranyasa)
Additional reading
llistory of Sanskrit Poetics - P.V. Kane
I listory o1'Sanskrit Poetics - S.K. De.
SKf3B03
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMES'TE,R III CORE COURSE III
MIITIIODOI,OGY OF ANCIENT INDIAN TRADITION
Credits
4
lnstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
This course aims at imparting the students of Sanskrit thorough knowledge of the
methodology of learning Sanskrit, which includes both ancient and modern perspective of
learning.
Objcctivc of the coursc
l. 'i'o acquaint the students with the methodology
of learning Sanskrit
literaturc.
2. 't'o know about the methodology oI learning Sastra'
3.'l'o impart basic knowledge to the students about Manuscriptlogy.
language and
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Coursc outlinc
Module I
l.aukika Sanskrit - Sanskrit Grammarians - Munitraya - Panini, Katyayana and Patanjali,
l.earning of Sanskrit through Kasika and Prakriya methods, Major Granrmarians in
Kerala metlrod - Jayaditya. Vamana and Hardatta, Major Grammarians in Prakriya
mcthod - Dharmakirti. Rarnachandradikshita, Nagesa. Narayanabhatta etc. Two Major
'l'raditions Paniniya and Apaniniya.
Ilsscntial rcading
Vyakarana sastraya Ithihasa by Brahmananda Tripati
Additional reading
Vyakaranarrtcnna Vedangam - K.J. Narayanan Namboodiri, Kanipayyur Sankaran
Narrrboodirippad Smaraka Granthasala, Kanippayyur, Thrissur.
parinavagramajanmuno Narayanabhattapadasya vyakaranapratibha N.V.
Krishnawarriar. (Translation to Sanskrit by Prof. K.P. Narayana Pisharodi) from
Prakriyasarvasvvam of Melpathur Narayanabhatta Pub. by Guruvayur Devaswam,
[
)
Curuvayur.
Module II
Manuscriptology
Iisscntial rcading
Manuscriptology by Maheswaran Nair
Additional Rcading
l.
["undamentals ol- Manuscriptology
2
J
4.
- P. Visalakshi
Dravidian Linguists Association, St. Xaviers college, Trivandrum.
Chapters - Manuscriptology and its Significance.
Language and Script
Manuscript Charactcristics
Collcction ol' Manuscripts and Cataloguing
Conservation of Manuscripts and Documents
- INTACH Indian Conservation
lnstitutc. l,ucknow 1992.
Introdr,rction to Manuscriptology - R,S. Sivaganeshamurthy.
Sarada Publishing Ilouse. Delhi- 1996
-l-extual
Indian
Criticism - S.M. Kartre
sK'l':r B 04
I].A DIIGITIIE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SI.]MI.]S]'ER III CORE COURSE IV
GADIIYAKAVYA
('l'c.rt. Kuclumburi Mahasyethu Vrithantha o.f Banubhalla
-
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lnstructional hours 72
Crcdits 4
Aim of the course
Thc course is aimed to acquaint the students with the Gadhyakavyas of Sanskrit
litcrature.'l'he types of Cadyas and Characteristics of Gadyas are also be familiarized.
Objectives of the coursc
l. Study of Sanskrit Prosc literature in general'
2, Gcneral study of the Gadhyakavyas of Banabhatta
3. Appreciation of Gadhya literature - Its origin. growth and characteristics'
Module I
General introduction of Sanskrit Prose Iiterature. Detailed study of Mahasvetha
Vrithanthant from be ginn i n g fronr be gi nn ing upto' Thamahamadraksham'
Essential rcading
l. Kadambari - Mahasvetha Vrittrantha of Banabhatta
Additional reading
[.larsha
C
haritha of-Banabhatta, Dasakunlaracharita of Dand in
Module II
'Apagathanimishena up to
Detailed study of Mahasvetha Vrithantha of Banabhatta from
end of Prakshalithamukheemokarayath''
Essential rcading
l. Mahasvctha Vrithantha of Banabhatta'
Additional rcading
of Dandin.
I Iarsha charitha of-Banabhatta, Dasakunraracharitha
sK'r3C0s(01)
Crcdits 2
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER III COMPLEMENTARY COURSE V
LINGUISTICS - I
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the coursc
'l'he coursc aims at thc introduction ol'the origin of language, the nature and scope of the
It also lxpounds the phonetic laws and phonetic
study ol' languagc and its divisions.
changes in Sanskrit.
Objcctivcs of the Course
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'l'his coursc acquaints thc student with the basic principles of linguistics. 'fhe
study of
languagc and literaturc will be incomplete without the awareness of linguistics. This
colrrsc helps thc studcnts to know how the language is originated and to which family
Sanskrit bclongs and how lar it preserves its original characteristics and what are the
changcs that occurrcd in the languagc during its transition flrom Indo European to
Classical Sanskrit.
Module I
Introduction - Naturc and scope of the Science of language, Four divisions - Phonology,
Morplrologv, Syntax and Semantics Theories about the origin of language,
Cllassillcation ol- languagc - Morphology and Genealogical. Dialects and Cognate
larrguagcs.
Modulc II
Phonology - Mechanisnr ol' Spccch, Sonants and Consonants and their classificationl'honetic lawa, C]auscs and types of Phonetic change.
Books for Refcrence
L An introduction to Indian Linguistics, Srimannarayanamoorthy.
2. A Studcnts I'lank book of comparative Philosophy - T.K. Ramachandra lyer
3. Languagc - Bloomfield
4. 'l'hc stud1, ol'[,angr.ragc - Ceorge Yr.rle.
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I}.A DI]GIIEE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMTISTBR ITI COMPLEMENTARY COURSE VI
TNDTAN PIIIOSOPHY-I VEDIC SCHOOLS
Crcdits
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of thc coursc
Sttrdy of Sanskrit languagc is invariably connected with the study of the origin of
dat'sanas. 'l'he study ol'thc darsanas enables the student to understand the language and
litcraturc in thc correct pcrspectivc. This course aims at inculcating the perspective in the
rnind of thc student in thc correct way.
Ob.jectivc of the coursc
l. 'l'o lamiliarize tlic student with the six systems of Indian philosophy which are
popularly known as Vcdic School of Indian Philosophy - viz. Nyaya Vaiseshika,
Sankhya Yoga, Purvamintanrsa and Uttaramimamsa.
2.'l'o cnablc the studcrtt to understand the study of Sanskrit and literature in a proper and
corrcct perspcctivc.
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Course outline
Module I
Introduction: Nyaya
Sankhya
II
- Yoga
Module
Ill
Module
- Vaiseshika
Purvamimamsa
Module IV
Uttaramimamsa (Vedanta)
Essential reading
Outlines o1'lndia Philosophy
-
M. Hiriyanna
Additional reading
l. Critical survey of lndian I'hilosophy - S,D. Sarama
2. [{istory of lndian Philosophy - S.N. Dasguptha
3. Indian Philosophy - Dr. S. Radhakrishnan
4. lndian Philosophy - Deviprasad Chattopadhyaya
5. What is living and what is dead in Indian Philosophy
Deviprasad
Chattopadhyaya
6. Bharateeya Chinta - K. Damodaran
?. Sarvadarsana Sanngraha of Madhava -
Ed. by T.G. Mainkar.
sK r'3 c 03 (02)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME MALAYALAM
SEMESTER III COMPLEMENTARY COURSE III
KERALA CONTRIBUTION TO SANSKRIT
Credits
2
Instructional hours 54
Aim of the course
J'hc coursc aims at introducing the contribution of Kerala Scholars in Sanskrit which
tbrms a vcry important part in Sanskrit literature. Kerala has made contributions to
almost all branches of knowledge in Sanskrit.
C)bjectivcs of the course
'l-o introduce the student the wealth of knowledge preserved in Sanskrit by Kerala
Scholars to branches like Philosophy, Literature, Ayurveda, Jyotissastra, Ganita and
Vastuvidya.
Course outlinc
Module I
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I'h
iI
osophy
-
Sankaracharya, Sri Narayanaguru, Chattambi swam ikal
Module II
l.itcrature - Mclpathur. Vilvarnangalam, Ramapahivada, Kulesekhara, Sakthibhadra.
Kerala Sankarakavi. K.N, Ezhuthachan. P.c. Devasya and P.K. Narayanapilla.
Module II
Othcr branches
-
Major works on Ayurveda, Jyotissastra, Ganita and Vastuvidya.
llsscntial rcading
l. Kcrala Sahitya Charitram - tjllur S. Parameswara lyer Vol. I Chapters 8,9, l5 Vol. II(lha. 28. Vol.lll- Ch. i8, Vol. IV- Ch. 50, Vol, V Ch. 58.61
2. Ctrntribution of Kcrala to Sanskrit [-iterature. Dr. K.Kunjunni Raja, Cltapters 1,2,5,6,
9.lland13.
3. Sanrskrita Sahitya Charitram. Vol. II Published by Kerala Sahitya Academi, Thrissur.
-['echnical
4.
literature in Sanskrit - S. venkita Subramania Iyer, chapters 4,5,6.
Additional reading
Kccralecya Sarnaskrata Sahitya charitram - waddakkumkur Raja Raja varma
Str.rdies in Kcrala Sanskrit literature
- Dr. N.V.p. Unithiri
I listory of Ayurveda
- N.V. Krishnankutty Varier
A 'l'cxt Book on Vastr"rvidya -'I.S. Batagopala prabhu.
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SF],MI]STER IV
'l'itlc
Instructional hour per
week
Credits
5
4
4
4
Nataka
5
4
Indian [,itcrary J'heories
J
a
2
-)
2
J
2
Course Code
I{istory of Sanskrit
Litcraturc Kerala Cu lture
SKT 4 A OIO
(01 )
and 'l-ranslation
Vyakarana and Nyaya
sK't 4 B 05
sK'f 4 B 06
SK'I'4 C 07
(01)
SK I'4 C 08
(01)
1
Indian I'hilosophy II Non
Vcdic Schools
Orurno on,tkerala Sanskrit
l-hcatre
SK'I-4 C 04
(02)
sK'r'4 A l0 (01)
B.A/B.SC DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMItSTI.]R-IV COMMON COURSE - X
IIIS'TORY OI.- SANSKITTl' LITERATURE, KERALA CULTURE &
1'RANSLATION
Instructional hours 90
(lrcdit 4
Aim of the coursc
'l'his course ainrs at a glirlpse to the Epic Literature Historical Kavyas and Champu
[.iterature. '['l-rc charactcristics of thcse categories of Sanskrit literature are examined here.
An overall pcrlorntance ol'Keralite scholars of Sanskrit literature is also perceived by this
course.'I'hc' pcrlbrrning classical art forms of Kerala also comes under the preview of this
coursc. Dcvclopment of the translation skitt among the students is also intended.
Objcctive of the Course
'l'o lamiliarize the general features of ttishsas. Historical Kavyas and Champu Kavyas, to
introducc the Major Sanskrit works and Authors of Kerala to impart a general awareness
of the classical ar1 forms like kutiyattam etc. to enable the students to translate from
Sanskrit to lingtish and Vice Versa are intended here.
C'oursc Outlinc
Modulc I
I.,pics in Sanskrit
sty I c.
-
Datc, Stagcs oldcveloprrent
-
influence on later Iiterature and poetic
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II
llistorical Kavyas
Modulc
M
u sh
i
Rajatharangini, Madhuravij ayam, Raghunathabhyudayam,
kavam sam, V i sakh av ij ayam, An gal asamraj yam, Keralod ayam.
Modulc
III
Champukavya - definition - origin and development of Champu literature, Major
(lhampu works - Nala Champu, Yasasthilaka Champu, Ramayana Champu Bharata
Clrampu, Ncelakanthavijaya Champu, Viswagunadarsa Champu and Purvabharata
C)harnpu.
Flssential rcading
I . A Short IIislory ol- Sanskrit literature
- M. Krishna Machaniar
2. Samskrita Sahitya Charitram Vol. II Pub. by Kerala Sahitya Academy.
Additional reading
l. A Ilistory of Classical Sanskrit literature
2. I Iistory o1'Sanskrit literar.ure
-
- M. Krishna Machaniar.
S.N. Dasgupta and S.K. De.
Modulc IV
Ma jor Sanskrit authors o['Kcrala
Sanskarachariar, Melpathur, Rarnapanivada, Chattambi Swamikal, Sree Narayanaguru,
Punnasseri Neelakantha Sarma and Swathi Thirunai.
Essential reading
conlribution o1'Kerala to Sanskrit literature
Modulc V
Classical pcrlbrnring arts
Krishnanattarn.
of
Kerala
-
-
Dr. K. Kunhunni Raja
Kutiyattam, Cakyarkuttu, Nangiarkuttu
Rcfcrcncc
l. Kutharnbalangalil - K.l'. Narayana Pisharodi. 2. Natyakalpadrumam
Chakyar.
3. 'l'raditional Sanskrit'fheatre of Kerala - Dr. C. Rajendran
4. Ahbinetri - Usha Nangiar. 5. Nangyarkuttu Nirmala panikar.
-
-
and
Mani Madhava
Module VI
'l'ranslation
to Sanskrit.
-
IJnknown Sanskrit verses to Regional language or English. English passage
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sKr'4
B (0s)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - IV CORE COURSE _ V
VYAKARANA AND NYAYA - I
Instructional hours 90
Crcdits 4
. I)
(:'exl.s
Vaiyokarna Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhatloii Dikshita
2 ) T-ar kas a m gr aha of A nnamb hal I a)
Aim of thc course
'lhe coursc aims at devcloping skill among the students in using and understanding
study of
Sanskrit Gramnrar. Language skill can bi developed only through the
to
intends
course
Vyakarana. 'fhis course I'i'r, ut developing language skill also. The
provide the str.rdcnt with the basic knowledge of Nyaya siddhanta'
Ohjcctivcs of the Coursc
'l'o enable thc students to use the language without error
of literature'
-l'o
know Sandhi rulcs, Samasa and through this the better understanding
Nyaya'
of
To understand and use language in a better style through the study
'fo acquire general awareness of Nyaya Philosophy'
Course outline
Module I
Sanrjna and Paribhasha Prakaranas
Module
II
'l-arkasangraha
Module
-'l'cxt
onlY.
III
Sandhi Prakarana
- Ach Sandhi, Halsandhi
and visargasandhi
Prescribed Texts.
l. Vaiyakarana Siddhanta Kaumudi of Bhattoji Dikshita
2.'l-arkasam graha
o
f Annambhatta'
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sK r'4 B 06
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER _ IV CORE COURSE _ VI
NATAKA
(l.ext : Ab h iinana Sakunt hala)
Credits
4
lnstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
-l-hc
Coursc aims at introducing the students the Drsyakavya in Sanskrit Literature. Types
ol drama and characteristics of drama are to be familiarized. Appreciation of drama is
also intcndcd here.
Ob.iects of the course
StLrdy
of Sanskrit dramatic litcrature in general. General
awareness
Kalidasa. Apprcciation and cnjoyment of Sanskrit drama.
Course outlinc
Module I
Introduction of Sanskrit dranta and the poetic skill of Kalidasa.
StLrdy of Abhijnana Sakunthala Act-l
Module II
Abhijnana Sakunthala Acts Il & III
Module III
Abhijnana Sankunthala Acts IV & V
Module IV
Abhijnana Sakunthala Acts VI & VII
Esscntial rcading
Abhijnana Sakunthala of Kalidasa
Additional reading
Sanskrit Drama - A.B. Keith
Kalidasa - Dr. C. Kunjan Raja.
Chatravum Camaravum - M.P. Sankunni Nair.
of the dramas of
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I}.A DEGIIEE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMETSIIR - IV COMPLEMENTARY COURSE _ VII
INDIAN LITERARY THEORIES
Crcdits
2
lnstructional hours 54
Aim of thc course
l'hc course ainrs at lamiliarizing
'l-hcory.
1he contributions of diflerent authors of Indian Literary
It also aims at the rclevance and importance of each school of Literary Theory.
Objectives of the course
To familiarize the student with the study
Sanskrit.
of different aspects of Literary Theory in
Course Outline
Module I
Ilhamaha, Dandin Vamana. Udbhata and Rudrata
Module
Il
Anandavardhana and Abhinavaguptha
Module III
Kuntaka, Mahimabhatta, Kshemendra and Rajasekhara.
Essential Reading
Sorne Aspects of Literary Criticism
Madras
in Sanskrit - A. Sankran, Pub. by University of
Additional Reading
Kavyalankara o I Bhamaha
Kavyadarsa of'Dandin
Kavyalankarasutravrtti of Vanrana
Kavyalankara of Udbhata.
Kavyalankara o f Rudrata
Dhwanyaloka oI' Anandavardhana with l-ocana.
of B harata w ith Abh inavagupta' s Abhinavabharati
Vakroktijecvita of Kuntaka
Auc ityav icaraearca of Kshcmendra
Bharateeyakavyadarsanam by by Dr. T. Bhaskaran
Studies on some conccpts of Alankarasastra by Dr. V. Raghavan
Sanskrit Poctics - P.V. Kanc
Sanskrit Poctics - S.K. Dc
Bhoja's Snrgarapraka - Dr. V. Raghavan
Indian Literary Criticism Vo.. t -A.K. Warder
N atyasastra
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B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMIISI'ER _ IV COMPLEMENTARY COURSE _ VIU
INDIAN PHILOSOPHY NON VEDIC SCHOOLS
Crcdits
2
hrstructional hours 54
Aim of the course
'l'his course aims at general
awareness of the non vedic schools of Indian Philosophy.
'['his course introduces, thc Charvaka Philosophy, Bauddha and Jaina Philosophics
and
othcr Schools
o1-
Philosophy like I'ratyabhilna and Paniniyan.
Ob.jcctivcs of thc Coursc
'l'o introduce the main leaturcs ol'Indian Philosophy, its
divisions into Vedic and Non
Vedic Schools and main works of Non Vedic Indian Philosophy.
Coursc outline
Module I
Development o1' Indian Philosophical thought. Division into Vedic and Non Vedic
Schools - Major Authors and Works of Non Vedic Schools.
Module
Il
Charvaka Philosophy
Modulc III
Ilhuddha I'hilosophy
Module IV
Jaina Philosophy
Module V
Other Schools ol'Non Vcdic Philosophy
- Pratyabhijna, Panini etc.
Flsscntial rcading
l. OLrtlines of Indian Phitosophy - M. Iliriyanna.
2. Sarvadarsanasamgraha ol- Sayana Madhava.
Additional reading
I. Lokayal.a - D.P. Chattopadhyaya.
2. A study in ancient Indian Materialism - D.P, Chattopadhyaya
3. Ilistory of India Philosophy - S.N. Dasgupta.
4. Outlines of Jainism - I1d. F.W. Thomas.
5. Indian I'}hilosophy - Dr. S. Radhakrishnan.
6. Indian 'l'hought - K. Danrodaran.
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B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME MALAYALAM
SEMESTER _ IV COMPLEMENTERY COURSE _ IV
DII.AMA AND KERALA SANSKRIT THEATRE
Instructional hours 54
Crcdits 2
Aim of the coursc
'l'he course aints at f-arritiarizing Sanskrit dramatic literature. Course enables the students
to know thc gcneral featurcs of Sanskrit drama and major dramatic works. The course
encourages the study of Kerala Sanskrit theatre.
Objective of the Course
'l-o farniliarize Sanskrit dramas to the students.
'fo fanriliarize Bhasa and his plays.
l'o lanriliarize
the enactment ol'Sanskrit drama and other theatre of Kerala'
Course Outlinc
Module I
Dutavakya of Bhasa
Module [I
Major dramatists and their works. Kalidasa, Bhavabhuti and Saktibhadras
Module
III
Kera I a San
skrit'f heatre
- Kud iyattom, Chakyarkuthu and Nan gyarkuttu
Additional reading
Natyakatpadrumam- Mani Madhavachakyar'
2. Kuttarnpalangatit- Prof. K.P. Narayana Pishroty.
3. Abhinetri - Usha Nangiar
4. Sanskrit on the stage - Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja'
5. Natyamandapam - M.P SankunniNair
I.
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SE,MT]STER V
('oursc Codc
sKl'5 It 07
sK'r'5 B 08
sK'f 5 B 09
SK I'5 B IO
sK'f s D (0r)
SK'I'5 D (02
sK'r' s r) (03)
l'itle
InstructionaI hour per
week
Credits
Vcda Smrithi and Upanishad
Vyakarana and Nyaya II
Bhasavateita and Arthasastra
GcneraI Inlbrmatics
Managcnreut principles in
Sanskrit
Ancicnt Indian [.aw
5
4
5
4
5
4
Scicntillc litcraturc in
a
Sanskrit and Kcrala
[) ro jcct
sK'l'5 Il
5
4
a
-)
2
-)
2
2
-)
2
07
ts.A DEGRI],E PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
ST]MESTER - V CORE COURSE - VII
VEDA SMRTI AND UPANISHAD
Crcdits
4
lnstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
Aim of the course is to make the student aware of the Vedic Culture, Vedic text, the most
ancient literary forms available to us. It also introduces the Upanishads and Upanishadic
culture. A general awareness of Smrthis is also intended here.
Ob.jcctives of thc course
'l-o irrtroducc the Vedic tcxts. Upanishads and Smrtis to the students,
'['o cnablethcstudentstoimprovetheirknowledgeofVedicliterature,Upanisl,adsand
Snrrits.
'l'o lamiliarizc thc studcnt with the ancient system ofjudiciary.
Course outline
Module I
Introduction of Vcdas, Upanishads and Smrtis. Their date, language, religion,
Characteristics and Culture.
Modulc II
Rgrcdic hymns ol'Agni, Indra, lJshas and Kitava.
Module III
Verscs I to 93
-VIII
Adhyaya of Manusmrti
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Module IV
Isavavopanishad
Essential reading
I. A short ['{istory of Sanskrit [,itcrature - Prot'. T.K. Ramachandra [yer.
2. Vedic Rcader - A.n. Macdonell, Oxford Undiversity Press - Delhi, Bombay.
3. Manusmni - Ild. Canganath Jha, Motilal Banarsidass, Delhi.
4. Isavasyopanislrad
Additional Reading
l. I{gvcda - Malayalam l-ranslation by Vallathol Narayana Menon.
2. Sarnskrita Sahitya Charitrarn - K.C. Pillai. D.C. Books, Kottayam.
3. Ilistory ol'Vedic [,iterature - S,N. Sarma. Chowkhamba Sanskrit Series - Varanasi.
4. Yanjavalkya Smrti - Ild. 1'. Ganapathi Sastri, Mushiranr Manoharlal Publishers, New
Dclhi.
1992
-A
5. Smrti, Political and l-cgal Systcrrr
Socio Economic Study-Prabhavathi
Pcoplcs ['ublishing I [ousc. Ncw Delhi 1982.
6. Sankarabhashya ol Isavasyopanishad.
7. I Iistory of Sanskrit Literature - A.A. Macdonnel.
SK
Sinha-
I'5 8 08
Crcdits
4
B.A DEGREIT PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SE,ME,STER _ V CORE COURSE _ VIII
VYAKARANA AND NYAYA - II
lnstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
'['hc coursc aims at developing skill among the students in using and understanding
Sanskrit Crammar. Languagc skill can be developed only through the study of
Vyakarana.'l'his course aims at developing language skill also.'lhe course intends to
providc the student with the basic knowledge of Nyaya Siddhanta.
Ob.jcctivcs of thc coursc
l-o cuable the studcnts to use thc language without error.
'l'o know Sandhi rules. Samasa
and through this the better understanding of literature.
l'o understand and use language in a better style through the study of Nyaya.
'fo acquire gcneral awareness of Nyaya Philosophy.
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Coursc outline
Modulc I
Subanta Prakaranam (Ajanta Pullinga Prakaranam and Ajanta Streelinga Prakaranam
Prakriyas ol'Rama Sabda and lternaa Sabda)
Module II
Modul
- 'l'arkasamgraha -
III -
Modul IV
-
-
Dccpika upto the end of Anumanakhanda.
Bhuadi Prakaranarn
-
Prakriya of Bhu and Edh Dhatus in all Lakaras
Karakaprakaranam
Ilssential rcading
l. Sidhanta Kaunrudi of Bhattojidikshita.
2. 'l'arkasangraha Annambhatta with Deepika
Additional reading
L Laghu Paninceyanr
- A.R. Raja Raja Varma.
Laghusicldhanta Kar.rrnurdi - Balahitaishini Bhashavyakhya by Prof. R. Vasudevan
[)otti.
3. [)rirncr ol'Indian Logic - Kuppuswarni Sastri
4. I'rakriyasarvaswanr - Mclpattur Narayana Bhatta - Guruvayur Devaswam, Guruvayur,
5. l']aniniyapradyotam - l.C. Chacko.
llalahitaishini Vyakhya by Prof. R. Vasudevan Potty.
2.
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I}.A DEG RI.],E I'ROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SI]M!]STER _ V CORE COURSE _ IX
BH AGAVADGI'TA AND ARTHASASTRA
Crcdits 4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
'l'his coursc aims introducing
a1
two masterpieces of Sanskrit Literature - Bhagavadgita
and Arthasastra to the students. Both texts are great works on crisis management and
statc craft.
Ob.jcctivcs of the coursc
-l'o
cnablc thc students to Lurderstand Bhagavadgita. the great philosophical text.
-l'o
introduce thc principles of ancient state craft and management principles through the
strrdy of Arthasastra to the students. To make students capable in crisis management.
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Course outlinc
Modulc I
Ilhaevadgita
-
Chapter
Ill
Modulc II
Arthasastra of Kautilya
Module
-
Vinayadhikaranam. Segments I to 7
III
Arthasastra
to
-
Vinayadhikaranam
-
Segnrents 8
-
Vinayadhikaranam
-
Segments l4
13
Modulc IV
Arthasastra
to l8
Usscntial rcading
1. Bhagavadgita - Chaptcr III
2. Arthasastra - Kautilya - Vinayadhikaranam.
Additional reading
. tndian Traditions of Managcment Ed. Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri
2, 'l'he I{oly Geeta - Swami Chinmayananda.
3. Arthasastra - Malayalam Translation by K.V.M
4. Bhagavadgita - with Sankarabhashyam.
I
sK't
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l0
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - V CORE COURSE _ X
CENTERAI, INFORMATICS AND SANSKRIT
Crcdits
4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
'l'o develop and expand the basic informatics skills and attitudes relevant to the emerging
knowledge
society and also to equip the students to effectively utilize Sanskrit knowledge resources
for study.
Obicctivcs of thc coursc
'l'o f amiliarize the intcnrct functional knowledge and popular utilities.
-l-o
crcatc awarcncss about major inlbrrnatics initiatives in India.
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-l'o
impart skills to enable students to use Sanskrit and digital knowledge resources in
lcarning.
Coursc outlinc
Module I
[)ata. intirnnation and knowledgc, knowledge management
- Computer networks &
irltcrnet, lrrternct as knowledgc repository, academic search techniques.
Esscntial rcading
Douglas. E. Corncr, 'l'he Intcrnet
Module
- Chapter 1,2 &3
Il
Sanskrit and Contputcrs, NLP and Knowledge representing in anificial intelligence.
llssential rcading
Sanskrit and Science - Part L Rclevance of Sastra for Natural Language Processing,
V. Kanteswari - gcneral editor.
Additional Rcfercnccs
Alcxis Leon & Mathews Lcon, Computers Today, Leon Vikas
Petcr Norton, Introduction to cornputers. George Beekman, Eugene Rathswhol,
computcr confluence. Pearson Education, Barabara wilson, Information Technology:
-['hc
I]asics 'l'homson I-carning Ramesh.
Ilangia l,carning cornputcr [rundamentals, Khanna Book pubrishers.
Wcb Resourccs:
w'ww. opcnol'fice .org
-
Opcn Office Official Web site.
www. microsoll.com/office Ms Office web site
www.lgta.org Office on-linc lessons
wrvw.learnthenet.com Web Printer
www.
co
rxputer.org/h i story/t i me i ne
I
\,\'\\'w. com puterh i story.org
h
ttp :/comp utcr. howstu l'fworks.com
www. keralaitm ission.org
www.technopark.org
ujjwol.com.np/sanskrit/sanskrit.../sanskrit-as-computer-programming-language.
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Clrcdits
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER _ V OPEN COURSE - I
MANAGEMIINT PRINCIPLES IN SANSKRIT
lnstructional hours 54
2
Aim of the coursc
'fhis coursc aims at familiarizing the management principles in our ancient literature that
based,
lay u,carthed hitherto. By thii course stude.ts get acquai,ted with a value
*unug.rn.nt principles that crectcd on the pillar like Bhagavadgita'
Objcctive of the Coursc
l'o look inro the n-ranagcment principles and leadership qualities in Bhagavadgita'
'l'o cnablc thc studcnis to understand the ancient lndian Management Principles and
compare it with modern principles of Management'
Course outline
Module I
Ilhagavadgita - Chaptcr
Module
-
I
Il
t,eaclersh ip lessons from Bhagavadgita'
Ilssential rcading
l.
Bhagavadgita ChaPter
2.
-
I
t,cadership l,cssons I'rom Bhagavadgita
Ilhagavadgita
A
commentary
on chapter I of
- by Sita Pati Das (Joshua J' wulf)
Additional reading
Unithiri
Vidura Niti - Sivakumar' N and
the
2. Guidelines fbr value Based Management from
Rao. V.S. Chinrnaya Managenlent Review'
3. lndian philosophy ani Manageriat Wisdom - K'V.K Thampuran - Chinmaya
Managcmettt Review'
4. In thc wonderland of Indian Management - Shary Rangnekar - vikas Publishers'
I
. lndian 'l'raditions of'Managemcnt Ed. Dr. N.V.P.
Madras.
5. Vivekananda's Commcntary on Bhagavadgita'
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B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER _ V OPEN COURSE - II
ANCIENT INDIAN LAW
Crcdits
2
lnstructional hours 54
Aim of the course
'l'hc course ainrs
at acquainting the student with the rich sources and the vast literature of
Ancient lndian [,aw. It also airns at giving a general picture of different phases in the
clcvclopment ol difl'crent laws like personal. social and crintinal laws in Ancient India.
And also to givc a dcscriptivc analysis of important landmarks in this development, such
as [)harmasutrs. Smrtis(espccially, Manusmfli and Yanjavalkyasmrti) and Arthasastra.
Objcctivc of the coursc
l . l'hc studcnt is to gct a historical and content
- wise sketch of Major Dharmasutra texts.
2. Ilc is to get a briel'but clcar skctch of major Smrti works.
3. IIe is to be equipped with awareness of Arthasastra as a work on Judiciary, though it is
primarily a work on Statecraft.
4. Ile is to get a gencral idca of the importance of Manusmrti and Yajnavalkyasmrti in the
{brnration of present I-lindu t,aw.
Coursc outlinc
Module I
A (icncral introduction to Dharmasutra works E,numeration and the relative chronology
ol'all dharntasutra works. A Shorl analysis of contents of Dharmasutra works.
Module II
A gcneral introduction to Smrti works. Enumeration and the relative chronology of all
Srlrli works. A sho( analysis of the contents of Smrti works.
Module
III
A gcneral introduction to
Arthasasthra, a general study
of dift'erent Laws prescribed
in
Arthasasthra.
Module IV
special sludy of Manusmrti and Yajnavalkyasmrti as Source books of Modern Hindu
A
Law.
Itcfcrence Books
I. A glossary of Smrti litcrature, S.c. Banerji, cunthi, pustak, culcutta 1963.
2. A brief Ilistory o['Dharmasastra - S.C. Banerji, Ablrinav Publications, Delhi 1999
-i. 'l'hc Dharmasastra - An introductory analysis. Ed. B.K. Swain, Akshaya Prakashan,
Ncw Delhi 2004.
4. Manusmrti. Ird. R.N Sharma, Chowkhamba Sanskrita Pratishthan. Varanasi 2003
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5. Dharmasastra A link
bctween tradition and modernity, Ed. B.K. Swain,
Chowkhambha Sanskrita Pratishthan, Varanasi.
6. Kautilya-Arthasastra Ed. I-.N. Rangarajan, Penguin Books India ltd. New Delhi 1992
Books for additional reference
L lndian family law,
Sreedharan Varier,
(2 Vols)
Janatha
Book
Stall,
Thiruvananthapuram, I 987.
2. Niyamavijnanakosam (Matayalarn) Advocate Sastyavan Nair, Sahitya Pravarthaka
Sarrgham. Kottayam.
3. Principles of I'lindu jurisprudence (2 Vols) S.C. Banerji, Sarada Publishing House,
New Delhi, 1996
4. Kautilya's Arthasastra, Ed. R.P. Kangle, (lll Pt.s), MLBD, New Delhi 1992.
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B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - V OPEN COURSE _ III
SCIENTIFIC I,ITERATURE IN SANSKRIT
Credits
2
lnstructional hours 54
Aim of the course
'fhis course aims at introducing Scientific Literature in Sankrit. It also aims to familiarize
the contribution of Kerala to Scientific Literature.
Obiectivcs of the coursc
To enable the students to understand the Scientific Literature in General'
'fo fanriliarize the students with ttre contributions of Kerala to Scientific Literature.
Course outlinc
Modulc I
Ayurrveda
Ayurveda.
-
Origin and growth of lndian medical system. Major authors and texts on
Essential reading
History of Ayurveda by N.V. Krishnankutty Varier, Part I pp-1-44
I\{odule II
Astronomy and Mathematics
Iisscntial reading
'l'echnical I-itcraturc in Sarrskrit by Dr. Venkata Subramania Iyer Article of
Sarma.
Module III
Vastuvidya - History of Indian Architecture
-
Major works and contributions'
Dr.
K.V.
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Flssential rcading
A 'l'cxtbook on Vastuvidya. by'l'.S.
V idya.
Balagopalaprabhu
-
Nature and Scope of Vastu
Books for rcading
L Scicntific Ileritagc ol'lndia - tld. Dr. K.G. Paulose.
2. contribution of Kcrala to Sanskrit Literature - Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja.
3. Indian Scicntiflc Tradition - Ed. Dr. N,V.P. Unithiri.
4, History of 'l'echnical [,iteraturc in Sanskrit - D.P. Chattopadhyaya.
5. Ilistorv oI Scicnce and 'l-echnology in India - Kuppuranr. G. and Kumudini. K Sarrdccp Prakashan, Ncw Dclhi.
6' Ilistory' ol'Ayrrrveda - N.V. Krishankutty Warrier. Aryavaidyasala Kottakkal.
7' Aslronotny and Mathcmatics in Kerala. Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja. Adyar Library. Madras.
8. n Ilistory of'Kcrala School of Astronomy - K.V.Sarma, Viswaswarar.ndu Institute,
I loshiarpur, Punjab University.
9. An lingincering Communicatory on Manushyalaya Chandrika - Achuthan A. and
tlalagopal. l-.S. Prabhu, Vastuvidya Pratislrtanam Calicut.
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STIMESTER VI
'l'itle
Instructional hour Per
week
Credits
Alanl<ara Sastra
5
5
Natvasiddhanta
Sankhya and Vedantha
['.lcnrcnts o[ ]ndian Culture
5
5
5
4
5
4
-')
2
Course Codc
sK'l'6 Il I
sK l'6 ll 12
st('l' 6 Il 13
I
and I'.nvironmcntal Science
Malayalanr Writers on
SK'I'6I]
Sanskrit
Sanskrit 'l'heatre of Kerala
J
Kav isiksha
J
Pro ject
2
a
z
ls(1.r02)
SK'I'6 B
rsilr03)
SKI'6B II
2
B.A DE,GI{IIE, PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SIIMI,ISTI'I,R - VI CORE COURSE - XI
AI,ANKARASASTRA
Instructional hours 90
Crcdits 4
Aim of the coursc
'l'he course aims at introducing the topic Alankarasastra in Sanskrit' The topic consists of
Prayojana of Kavya.
thc ideas laid down by Mamriata on definition division, reason and
also interrded here'
Dcfinitiorr and divisioirs of Lakshana and the study of Rasatheory are
Obicctivcs of the coursc
'l'o'iamiliariz,e the thcories laid down by Mammata on dilferent aspects of Kavya'
Coursc outline
Module I
thought'
lntroduction of Sanskrit Poetics and its growth and Major Schools of
Module
II
Kavyaprakasa ol'Mammata [Jllasa land 2
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Module
III
Kavyaprakasa o1-Mamrnata Ullasa
3
Module IV
Kavyaprakasa ol'Mammata [Jllasa 4, Upto the end of Rasacarcha.
Flsscntial reading
L IIistory ol'Sanskrit Poctics - S.K. De
2. Kav yaprakasa ol' Mamntata
Additional reading
I . Uis1or1, ol'Sanskrit Poctics
- P.V. Kane
2. Studies on somc Concepts of Alankarasastra - Dr. V. Raghavan
3. Sanskrta Sahitya Vimarsanam - Dr. N.V.P. Unithiri
4. A new ['listory if Sanskrit Poetics - Krishnachaitanya
5. Indian Kavya Literature - A.K. Warder
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B
12
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER VI CORE COURSE - XII
NATYASIDDHANTA
Q'exts: Da.sarupaka
Clrcdits
4
o.f
Dhananjaya
-
Selected porlions)
lnstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
'l-his
course aims at introducing the Principles of Sanskrit Dramaturgy to students.
Objectivcs of the Course
-lhis
coursc cnablcs the students to understand the Principles of Sanskrit Dramaturgy.
'l'o make the studcnt understand
thc dramas in a proper way
-l'hc
student gcts acquainted with types of Ruupakas. their characteristics and illustralions
in a good way.
Course outline
Module I
Dasarupakam
Module
II
-
Prathamah Prakasah.
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Dasarupakam- Dvitiyah Prakasah
-
Nayaka and Nayikabhedah
III
Module
Dasarupakam
- Trtiyah Prakasah
Esscntial rcading
I . l)asrurpakam oI Dhananjaya
Additional reading
l. Natyasastra with Abhinavabharathi of Abhinavagupta
2. Sahityadarpana of Viswanatha
3. Rcsponse to Poctry - Dr. G.B. Mohanan
4. Sarrskritasahityavimarsanam - Dr. N.V.P Unithiri.
SKI6B13
I}.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANKRIT
SEMESTER - VI CORE COURSE, _ XII
SANKI{YA AND VENDANTA
Credits
+
lnstructional hours 90
Aim of the course
l-his coursc aims at introducing a general awareness of Bharatiya darsanam. Moreover it
trics to expose to the students the basic principles of Sankhya and Vedanta Philosophy.
Unabtc thc students to understand and compare the basic principles of the various schools
ol'l)hilosophy.
Course outlinc
Module I
Introduction of the origin and developnrent of Philosophical thought in India
schools ofthought.
Module
II
Sankhya Karika of Iswara Krishna (Full Text)
-
Various
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Modulc
III
Vcdantasara of Sandananada (Full I'ext)
Iissential rcading
l. Sarvamatasangraha - Mclpathur Narayana Bhatta
2. Sankh,va Karitka oI Iswara Krishna
3. Vcdanthasara o l' Sadananda.
Additional reading
l.
Sarvadarsanasangraha
-
Madhavas
2. Bharatiy adarsanan gal - C. V. Vasudevabhattad iri
3. Bharatiya chinta - K. Damodaran
4. What is Iiving and what is dead in Indian Philosophy
5. Sankhya '['hattavakaumudi - Vachaspathi Misra
6. Vcdanta Paribhasha - Dharmaraja Adhwarindra
7. Outlines ol'Indian Philosophy - M. Hiriyanna.
SK
l'(r
-
D.P. Chattopadhyaya.
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PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
S}]MES'I'[]R _ VI CORE COURSE XIV
F]I,I.IM}-NTS OF INDTAN CUI,TURE AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
T}.A DI,]G ITI.]II
Crcdits 4
Instructional hours 90
Aim of the course
'l'hc coursc intends fbr thc reintegration of lndian Culture
in the light of modern
knowledge. '['he awarcness ol environment science helps us to improve and integrate the
apprcciation ol I iterature.
Objcctives of thc coursc
-l'o
cnable lhe studcnts to undcrstand and appreciate currents of world thought, besides
tlrc movcments ol thc Indian mind and to familiarize the ancient Indian environmental
principles thlough literaturc.
Course outlinc
Modulc I
Irrdian Culture
-
Indus Valley, I-larappan Culture, Vedic Culture.
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Module
II
Rcf'ormation lnovement in lndia - Budha, Sankara, Ramanuja Madhva, Vallabha,
Chaitanya, Sri Ramakrishna, Vivekananda, Guru Nanak, Rajaram Mohan Roy,
Balagangadharathilak, Sree Narayana Guru, Dayananda Saraswathy.
Module III
Ilnvironmental Science in Sanskrit.
Ilssential Reading
l. Culture I Iistory of India - A.t-. Basham.
2. [)iscovery of'lndia - Javahar [,al Nehru.
3. I'.nvironrncntal awarcncss in Sanskrit - V.N. Jha
4. lrnvirorrrncntaI awarcncss in ancient India by Dr. C. Rajendra fiom Indian Scientific
traditions by Dr. N.V.P. IJnithiri,
Books for refcrencc
l. CLrltural I'leritage of India - Vol. I to III
2. lndian Heritage - Dr. V. Raghavan.
3. 'l'hc wonder that was India by A.L. Basham
4. Iracets of lndian Culture - A. Sreenivas.
SK'l'6 B
15 (t,01)
B,A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - VI COIIE COURSE - XV ELECTIVE (01)
MAI,AYALAM WRITERS ON SANSKRIT
Crcdits
2
lnstructional hours 54
Aim of thc coursc
l'he course aims at f-amiliarizing the students with the major writers in Malayalam who
havc tried to expose the ideas laid down in Sanskrit Literature.
the course
Objectives
"bring of
to the attention of the students what are the efforts done by Malayalam writers
To
to f'anriliarize Sanskrit literature to Malayalam readers.
'l'o enable the students to understand the Principles laid down in Sanskrit easily.
Course outlinc
Modulc I
Kuttikrishna Marar - Ilooks for study
N irupanam Sanskrita Sahityathil.
-
Bharataparyatanam, Valmikiude Raman and
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Modulc
tI
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Modulc
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Ilooks for study
-
I]ooks lor study Chatravum Chamaravum, Natyamandapam.
-
Kavyapeethika, Manadandam.
III
M.[). SankLrnni Nair
Module IV
Prof. K.P, Narayana Pisharody
-
Books for study
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Koothampalangalil, Kalidasahrdayam
tccli.
Modulc V
N.V.Krishnawarricr
ryakarana pratibha.
-
Books lbr study N.V. yude Sahityavimarsananl, Melputturinte
sK'f 6 B r5 (tt 02)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
STTMESTER - Vr CORE COURSE - XV ELECTTVE (02)
SANSKRIT THEATRE OF KERALA
Crcdits
2
lnstructional hours 54
Aim of the coursc
'l'hc
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-l'hcatre
is thc onc and the only one theatre which preserved the Sanskrit dramatic
tradition as such.
Objectives of the course
[]nablcs thc students to acquaint with the theatre of Kerala.
'l'o understand the origin and development of Sanskrit theatre
of Kerala.
-l'o
str.rdy and comparc the characteristics of Sanskrit theatre with other modern theatres.
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Course outline
Module I
Origin and development of Kutiyattom.
Module II
Plays performed in Kutiyattorn
Module III
I'ecul iarities o f Kutiyattom
Module IV
Chakyarkuttu and Nangyarkuttu
Books for rcading
1. Nityakalpadrumatn - Mani Madhavachakyar - Pub. by Kerala Kalamandalanr.
2. Koothampalangalil - Prof, K.P. Narayana Pisharoty.
3. Rhagavadajjuka in Kutiyattom - Dr. K.G. Paulose, Bharatiya Book Corporation, New
Delhi
4. Kutiyattom - A Historical study - Dr. K.G Paulose - Ravivarma Sanskrit Granthavali.
'l'h rippunithura.
5.
Introduction
to Kutiyattom Dr. K.G. Paulose, Govt, Sanskrit College,
'['hrippunithara.
6.
-l'he 'fraditionat
Sanskrit Theatre
of Kerala - Dr. C. Rajendran Pub. University of
Calicut.
7. Women in Kutiyattom - L.S. Rajagopal, Kuppuswami Research Institute, Madras.
8. Nangiyarkuttu - Nirmala Panicker, Pub. from lrinjalakkuda'
9. Kutiyattom - An introduction - Dr. K.Kujunni Raja, Sangeetha Natak Academy
Delhi.
10. Sanskrit Dramas
Ilistorical Society.
of
Kulasckhara
- A Study -
Dr' N'P' Unni, Pub' by Kerala
M.P. Sankunni Nair, Mathrubhumi, Kozhikkode'
12. Abhinetri - Usha Nangiar.
13. Sree Ramacharitham - Nangiarammakuttu - Margi Sati'
14. Sree Krishnacharitam Nangiarammakuttu - P.K' Narayana Nambiar
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Pub' Kerala
Kala Mandalam, CheruthruthY.
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Kalalokarn - Prof. K.P. Narayana Pisharodi, Mangalodayam, Thrissur
16. Ascharya Chhodarnani - Saktibhadra, Pub. Sangeetha Nataka Academy, Thrissur
t7. l3hagavadj.lukarn - K.P. Narayana Pisharodi, Kerala Sahitya Academy
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sK'r'6 B rs(E 03)
B.A DEGREE PROGRAMME SANSKRIT
SEMESTER - VI CORE COURSE - XV ELECTIVE (03)
KAVISIKSHA
Crcdits
2
lnstructional hours 54
Aim of the course
'l'hc coursc aims at I'arniliarize the instructions to poet, laid down in almost all texts of
Alankarasastra in Sanskrit. It is also intended to bring to light the origin and growth oI
litcrary crilicisrn in Sanskrit in to a School.
Objcctive of the Course
the principles of Kavisiksha to Students.
'l'o introdr"rce thc daily routine work of the poet as envisaged in Kavisiksha.
-l'o
establish thc pronrinencc and importance o1'Kavisiksha in the rnaking of Literature.
'fo introduce
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Introductiorr to Kavisiksha
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Padavakyaviveka, Karayithri and Bhavayithri Pratibhas, Concept
Sources of Poetic themes.
Module III
'l'hc
daily routine of a Poet.
Modulc IV
['octic conventions and Plagiarisrn.
llsscntial ltcading
Kavyanrimamsa o1'Rajasekhara
Litcrature - Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja
I.
& Dr. M.S. Menon
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1. Kavikanthabharana - Kshemendra
2. Suvrttatilakam - Kshemandra
-i. Kavyanusasarla - I Iemachandra
4. Alankarasckhara - Kesavamisra
5. Kavikalpalatha - Deveswara
6. Kavya Siksha - Vinayachandrasuri
7. Ilydayasamvadam - Dr. M.S. Menon
of
Kavyapaka and
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8. 'l'hc I{csponsc to Poctry - G.l}. Mohan
9. '['hc Art of l)octry ['aul Valery
10. 'l'he Language
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of Poetry - Dr. K. Kunjunni Raja
I l. Illements of Indian Aesthetics - S.N. Ghosal Sastry
12. Bharatiya Kavyasastram - Dr. T. Bhaskaran
13. Samskrtattile Kavyatatvacl'rinta
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Krishnachaitanya 2 Vols. N.B,S. Kottaya
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