(1) General Intelligence;

(2) General English : The Syllabus for B. Ed. General English course shall comprise questions on language, grammar meanings of words, use of idioms and phrases;

(3) One of the SCHOOL SUBJECTS.

SCHOOL SUBJECT – SANSKRIT

1. Vedic Literature :

(i) Rgveda : Agni (I-1), Vishnu (1-154), Marut(1-38), Indra (2 – 12), Parjanya (5-83), Purusa (10-90), Yajurveda : Sivasankalpa (SY-xxx iv-1-6), Prajapati (SY-32.1-5),  Yogaksema (SY-22-22), Kathopanisad.

History of Vedic Literature

2. Classical Sanskrit Literature

General Introduction to Ramayana & Mahabharata

Raghuvansam (Canto-I)

Kumarasambhavam (Canto-V)

Kiratarjuniyam (Canto-I)

Abhijanansakuntalam

Kadambari (Sukanasopadesa)

Sahityadarpana; The following Chapters only

  • Chapter 1 & 2
  • Chapter 3, Rasa Svarup & Rasa Bheda
  • Chapter 6
  • Chapter 10

Following Alamkaras based on 10th Chapter of Sahitya Darpana

Anuprasa, Shlesha, Yamaka, Upama, Rupaka, Utpreksha, Atishayokti, Samasokti, Aprastutaprashansa, Nidarshana, Arthantaranyasa, Vibhavana, Visheshokti, Virodhabhasa, Apanhuti

Outline of History of Sanskrit Literature

Indian Philosophy

Bhagavadgeeta – Chapter 2 – 6

Tarkasamgraha of Annambhatta

Outlines of Indian Philosophy including Carvak, Bauddha and Jaina

Grammar :

i) Sanskrit Declension and Conjugation

ii) Sanjnaprkarana, Sandhis, Samasa, Vibhaktyrthaprakarana. (From Laghusiddanatakaumudi)

Translation into Sanskrit.

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