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     A student who has passed class V and completed the age of 10 years as on first October in the year of admission may be admitted to Prathama Ist year. After three years of study in Prathama, he may be admitted to Purva Madhyama (IX & X). After a further study for two years, he may be admitted to Uttar madhyama (XI & XII). This may complete his school education, as in modern system.

     This Sansthan has also introduced a buffer course, called Prak-Shastri, in which a student, who has passed class X of a Board Examination and has no previous background of Sanskrit, may be admitted. This also is a two years course (XI & XII), but there is a greater emphasis on Sanskrit.

     A student who has passed either Uttar Madhyama or Prak – Shastri or equivalent examination with Sanskrit may be admitted to Shastri, which is a three years course. This correspondence to B.A. Hons in Sanskrit in modern education. A Shastri or B.A. or equivalent with Sanskrit may be admitted to Acharya, which corresponds to M.A., but is restricted to specialization in a particular shastra.

The syllabus of the Sansthan contains the following subjects: -
General or compulsory Sanskrit.
MIL ( Modern Indian Language)
Modern Subjects
Shastra
Computer

Public examinations are held by the Sansthan from class VIII onwards.

    A student can be admitted to Sansthan’s course only at the initial stage. i.e. in Prathama, Purvamadhyama / Prak –Shastri, Shastri and Acharya First Year.

EQUIVALANCE OF THE SANSTHAN’S EXAMINATIONS

 
Name of the Sansthan’s Examination
Equivalent Examinations in the modern system of Education
Prathama Middle
  First Year VI
  Second Year VII
  Third Year VIII
     
  Purvamadhyama Matric / Secondary
  First Year IX
  Second Year X
     
Uttar madhya Sr. School Certificate
  First Year XI
  Second Year XII
     
Prak Shastri Sr. School Certificate
  First Year XI
  Second Year XII
     
Shastri B.A /B.A (Hons.)
  First Year ( In Sanskrit)
  Second Year  
  Third Year  
     
Acharya M. A. In Sanskrit
  First Year Previous 
  Second Year Final
     
Vidyavaridhi Ph.D.
     
Shiksha – Shastri B. Ed.


COURSES RECOGNISED BY THE RASHRIYA SANSKRIT SANSTHAN FOR ADMISSION TO VARIOUS COURSES

PRATHAMA
     Students who have passed 5th standard of any recognised school will be eligible for admission to the first year of the Prathama course of the Sansthan.

PURVA - MADHYAMA 
     Prathama examination of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or any other examining body recognised by the Sansthan or 8th standard pass of any recognised school with Sanskrit as a subject (also with sanskrit in states where Sanskrit is not a subject in Middle).

UTTAR - MADHYAMA 
     Purva – Madhyama of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or equivalent examination in traditional system recognised by the Sansthan.

PRAK - SHASTRI
     Secondary examination (Class 10th of 10+2 system) of a recognised Education Board subject to passing the oral entrance test in Sanskrit.

SHASTRI
     Prak Shastri or Uttar – Madhyama of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or an equivalent examination recognized by the Sansthan or Senior Secondary (12th standard of 10+2 system) with Sanskrit from a recognised Education Board.

ACHARYA
     Shastri of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or an equalient examination recognised by the Sansthan or B.A. of 10+2+3 education system with Sanskrit as an elective subject.

VIDYA VARIDHI
     At Least 55% marks obtained in the Acharya or M.A. form the Sansthan or any recognised University.

SHIKSHA SHASTRI
     Shastri of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or an equivalent traditional degree from any University or recognised examining body or B.A. in 10+2+3 education pattern (with Sanskrit as one of the main subjects) or Acharya / M.A. (Skt.) having obtained at least 45% marks in aggregate, only after passing the PSST conduct by the Sansthan.

Note :-  In case of any doubt, regarding the equivalence or recognition of a particular qualification or examination, the same should be got clarified from the Sansthan Head quarter office before giving admission to the candidate to avoid inconvenience and legal complications.
 


CONDITIONS REGARDING OFFERING OF SUBJECT AT ACHARYA LEVEL :


 

Normally, a student shal be allowed to offer the same subjects, which he was having at Shastri level but in special cases, the Principal may permit to take a subject (other than Siddant Jyotish) not taken at Shastri level.


 

Candidates who have passed B.A. with Sanskrit or Vedalankar / Vakyalankar may be allowed to take Sahitya or Dharma Shastra or Sankhya Yoga or Phalit Jyotish or Karma Kanda at Acharya level. B.A. (Sanskrit) with Philosophy may take Advait Vedanta.


 

Candidates having passed B.A. (Hons.) in Sanskrit may be allowed to take Veda or Vyakarana or Sahitya or Dharma Shastra or Sankhya Yoga or Phalit Jyotish or karma kanda at Acharya level.


 
 
 

Candidates who have passed Acharya in one subject or have done M.A. in Sanskrit will be allowed to offer any subject at Acharya level other than Siddhanta Jyotish, Veda, Navya Nyaya, Navya Vyakaran and Mimamsa. However, an Acharya in Phalit Jyotish, Navya Nyaya, Navya Vyakaran may be admitted in Siddhanta Jyotish, Prachin Nyaya and Vyakaran and vice –versa.


B.A./B. Sc. with Sanskrit having Astronomy as one of the subjects, will be allowed to take Siddhanta Jyotish at Acharya level.

Note:- Students seeking admission to Acharya course will indicate their choice of subjects in the order of preference in the admission forms.
 


CONCESSION TO SC/ST CANDIDATES

     In deciding about the admission of Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe candidates ( In any course other than Shiksha – Shastri) 5% will be added to marks obtained by them in the qualifying examination (e.g. if SC/ST student has 42% marks in B.A. (Hons) he shall be deemed to have 47% marks when compared with other candidates for the purpose of admission).

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