Program

Certificate Course in Prakrita

Program Code

CCPRA

Level

Certificate

Duration

1 Year

Department name

Department of Pali, Prakrit & Apabhransha
Intake
Eligibility Criteria
  • PO1: Bauddha tradition and philosophy will be transmitted into the students.
  • PO2: Students can pursue the knowledge of Jain code of conduct and Jain philosophy.
  • PO3: Students will be exposed to the Pali language and literature.
  • PO4: Students will have comprehensive knowledge of manuscriptology which will enable them to decipher and edit the text.
  • PO5: Students will know the Origin and development of Prakrit language and literature.
  • PO6: Students will learn the grammar of Sanskrit and know the literature therein.
  • PO7: The salient feature of this syllabus is Indian literary criticism, we will teach in order to make the students evaluate the classical Prakrit poetic works.
  • PO8: They will also know what the Apabhramsha language is and how it enriches the modern Indian languages and literature
  • PO9: They will know the most authentic document of history, the inscriptions of Ashoka and others.
  • PSO1: Students will cultivate different areas of indological researches like philology, history, philosophy, culture etc. in general and Jainology in particular.
  • PSO2: Students will explore the ability of Manuscript documentation, deciphering and editing of the texts.
  • PSO3: Students will perform in field such as teaching, translation of Prakrit and Apabhramsha texts and inscriptions.
  • PSO4: Students will pursue research degree like Ph.D.

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