University of Kashmir struggles to find students in Sanskrit course since 1990-Admission Jankari
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University of Kashmir struggles to find students in Sanskrit course since 1990

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Published : 24 Jun, 2015 By: AdmissionJankari
  • From outside, this two-story building at Hazratbal in Srinagar looks ruined. Yet, there are four teachers and six non showing staff working in there, concentrating on a sum of eight aspirants. During a period when a large number of aspirants are jarring for affirmations in college and university the nation over, the Sanskrit branch of the University of Kashmir is as yet sitting tight for its first candidate for most recent two years.

    "No aspirants have filled the confirmation frame this year, despite the fact that we don't direct passage test for the course," said an authority of affirmation area at the college. That has been the narrative of this office following the time when militancy emitted in the Valley in 1990, changing the social circumstance in the state overnight as Kashmiri Pandits fled by the thousand.

    Started with exhibition in 1983, the division got to be dead in 1990. With enhancing political circumstance, the division was resuscitated in 2001, however it attempted to discover aspirants. Couple of aspirants enlisted following 2001. In 2013, four aspirants — all from Jammu — enlisted for the fundamental Sanskrit MA course, which has an authorized limit of 20 aspirants but in 2014 and 2015 the division couldn't pull in a solitary MA aspirants.

    "We are making a decent attempt to make mindfulness about Sanskrit language, yet things are not happening," Prof Zohra Afzal, leader of the division, told ET. Prof S Razdan, the senior most employees, has three books, six interpretation works and 26 examination papers surprisingly.

    The division led a few national and global meetings and workshops amid 2007-12, drawing in language illuminators and savants from over the world. In any case, it has not possessed the capacity to draw in aspirants.

    A technical reason could be that no college in the valley shows Sanskrit language at the under graduate level. In any case, then, Kashmir is seen as a home of Sanskrit dialect and writ

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