REVIEW OF B.A. SANSKRIT
FEE STRUCTURE AND FACILITIES
The fee is only 900 per year and the total is Rs. 2,700 for the entire course. Since it is the central government, anyone can bear it. This is high in a college where fees are low and in private college. There are also scholarships for good academic record students. 300-600. Hostel fees and mess fees are low and their prices are around Rs. 2000, Rs. 1500.
Internships are not possible in private institutions, as this is a central government college, UGC placement, and now there are no companies, but there are government opportunities for PhD and BED as teachers and professors. Students can enter any off-campus placements if they have the ability and if they wish.
I came here based on my school marks. The student should have a subject of culture in his school. The college has a special entrance test, and once the entrance exam is completed, you will be called for an interview, followed by an admission process such as document verification.
All the staff are very friendly and friendly, they are very well educated and very informative and only a few of them are very strict. Even then, the classes go on regularly with no problems. All of the staff are well trained and the classes are organized interactively, which is never boring in their classes.
We competed in many sports, competed nationally and won many prizes, and the college encourages them to do so. We celebrate all kinds of festivals like Holi and Sarasvati Puja here because students from all states live together and there is no discrimination between us.
COURSE CURRICULUM OVERVIEW
The other four subjects are Sanskrit, Mathematics, Yoga, Computer Science and EVS. At the end of each semester of a particular year, we have one-semester exam and 6 exams for the entire course. Regular classes run from 8am to 5pm which is not too crowded and we have plenty of time to relax.