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Dr. Jagamohan Acharya

Assistant Professor and Head
The Department of Sanskrit, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.A., M.Phil, Ph.D
Knowledge : Veda, Grammar
Year Of Experience : 8 years


Sri Ganesh Tosh

Part-Time Teacher(G.A)
The Department of Sanskrit, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.A. M.Phil
Knowledge :
Year Of Experience :


Sri Santanu Mondal

Part-Time Teacher(G.A)
The Department Of Sanskrit, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.A.,M.Phil
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Dr. Pieu Mondal

PTT(Govt. Approved)
The Department Of Sanskrit, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.A , M.Phil , Ph.D.
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Sri Somnath Piri

PTT(Govt. Approved)
The Department Of Sanskrit, Kharagpur College

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Education : M.A
Knowledge :
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Most modern Indian languages have been directly derived from of strongly influenced by Sanskrit. The Sanskrit language and its literature is of great importance considering its potentially to work as the sources of Indian culture , tradition, literature, Philosophy and national integration. Any fundamental research on Indian Civilization requires an in depth knowledge of Sanskrit and exploring the original texts of Sanskrit literature. The systematic beauty in linguistic structure and expressive capability of Sanskrit as a language have produced a sheer volume of work in Sanskrit literature right from religion and philosophy to grammar , Phonetics , arts, etymology, lexicography , astronomy, astrology , politics, aesthetics etc. Moreover, the experts are of the opinion that Sanskrit is the best language for use with computer for its characteristically perfect scientific and systematic form as a language.

       Keeping all these things in mind the Department of Sanskrit was introduced from the very inception of the college in 1949. Since then the Department had renowned teachers like Prof. P.B. pal and Prof. S.P. Banerjee (P.R.S.) under whose proper guidance a lot of students established themselves in their professional life.

      Honors course in Sanskrit was introduced in 2007 – 08 session. The first batch of Hones. Students have done remarkably well in their first university examination. General performance of the students is satisfactory. After successful completion of the course, students can get the service in teaching in H.S. School and they can also appear in the competitive exams.

            At present the faculty has been enriched with one regular teacher and two guest lecturers. Some teachers of the department have distinction of involvements in research work and dedication in academics activities.

       The Department of Sanskrit is committed to achieve excellence for itself as well as for the college.

B.A. Sanskrit Honours

The intake capacity of Sanskrit Honours is 89.  The general or subsidiary subjects are History/Sociology, Philosophy, Bengali and English.It takes 3 years to complete the course. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year,  Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Total of 800 marks in honours subjects, 600 in general papers and 150 in compulsory papers.  

B.A. Morning Sift

The subjects of B.A. General (Morning Shift) are (a) Bengali, English, Pol. Sc./Physical Education (b)Bengali, English, Philosophy (c) Bengali, English, History / Physical Education (d) Bengali, English, Economics / Physical Education (e) Bengali, Pol. Sc., Philosophy (f) Bengali, Pol. Sc., History/ Physical Education (g) Bengali Pol. Sc. Economics/ Physical Education (h) Bengali, Philosophy, Economics (i) English, Philosophy, Economics (j) English, Pol. Sc., History/ Physical Education (k) English, Pol. Sc., Economics/ Physical Education (l) Bengali, Philosophy, History (m) English, Philosophy, History (n) English, Pol. Sc., Philosophy (o) Pol. Sc., Philosophy, Economics (p) Pol. Sc., Philosophy, History. However Mathematics is not allowed with Bengali/Hindi. It takes 3 years to complete the course. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year,  Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Regarding marks total of 300 marks in Part-I, 600 marks in Part-II and 450 in part-III of which 150 are from compulsory subjects.

B.A. General (Day Shift)

The subjects of B.A. General are History/Sociology/Economics, Bengali/Hindi, Sanskrit/Mathematics, Philosophy, Political Science and English. However Mathematics is not allowed with Bengali/Hindi. It takes 3 years to complete the course. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year,  Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Regarding marks total of 300 marks in Part-I, 600 marks in Part-II and 450 in part-III of which 150 are from compulsory subjects.  

B.A. General (Day Shift) with Geography

The subjects of B.A. General (Day Shift) with Geography are Bengali/Hindi (b) History/Sociology/Economics (c) Sanskrit (d) political Science. However Mathematics is not allowed with Bengali/Hindi. It takes 3 years to complete the course. Part – I at the end of 1st Academic year,  Part – II at the end of 2nd Academic year and Part – III at the end of 3rd Academic year. Regarding marks total of 300 marks in Part-I, 600 marks in Part-II and 450 in part-III of which 150 are from compulsory subjects. 


Journal Publication

  1. The collection and understanding of tax in the light of Kautilya pp.431-435(ISSN: 0587-1646)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Anviksa, Vol.XXXV, , Research journal of the Department of Sanskrit, Jadavpur University ,Kolkata.
    Year : 2014

  2. Smrutou vihitam parivarika jivan-dharma pp66-71 (ISSN 2278-0688).

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Ritayani, A Research journal of Sanskrit,Vol-6.
    Year : 2014

  3. Matsyapurane pratima-vijnanam,pp.113-120 (ISSN : 0587-1646)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Anviksa, Vol.XXXVI,Refereed Researc Journal,Jadavpur University,Kolkata.
    Year : 2014

  4. Srisundararajasya kavipratibhayah sarbeksanam,pp92-94(ISSN 2278-0688)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Ritayani, A Research journal of Sanskrit,Voi.-4,Issue-07.
    Year : 2014

  5. Vaidik devata cintanam pp.73-78 (ISSN 2249-8729)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Prajna, A research journal of the P.G. department of Sanskrit and Bengali, Vol-IV.
    Year : 2013

  6. Chitrangada and Modernization pp71-82 (ISSN 2278-0688)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Ritayani, A Research journal of Sanskrit,Vol-3.
    Year : 2013

  7. kalidasa ravindranathayah drstya meghadutam pp.23-31(ISSN 2320-2025)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Vyasasrih, Vol.II, A Bilingual Research journal of Indology, MVNRI,Vedvyas ,Rourkela
    Year : 2013

  8. Erotics in Kiratarjuniyam pp.84-88

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Vyasasrih, Vol.III,A Bilingual Research journal of Indology, MVNRI,Vedvyas ,Rourkela.
    Year : 2013

  9. Devaisaha agneh sahacaryam :ekam adyayanam pp 29-34 (ISSN 2249-2313)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Prachisudha, halfyearly Sanskrit research Journal, Vol-I,Issue-I.
    Year : 2012

  10. Yogic philosophy as reflected in the Upanishad pp.34-40 (ISSN 2278-0688)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Ritayani, A biannual and bilingual Sanskrit Journal, Vol-I, No-I.
    Year : 2012

  11. Sriaravindadristya agnitattvavimarsha pp 88-92(ISSN 2249-8729).

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Prajna, A research journal of the P.G. department of Sanskrit and Bengali, Vol-II III.
    Year : 2012

  12. Gita and Personality Development pp.81-87(ISSN 2320-2025)

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Vyasasrih A Bilingual Research journal of Indology, MVNRI,Vedvyas ,Rourkela
    Year : 2012

  13. The practice of medicine :as documented in the Vedas pp20-27

    Author : Dr. Jagamohan Achara
    Book : Proceedings of the UGC sponsored two day nation seminar on scientific ideas as reflected in the Vedas and later Sanskrit literature, Kharagpur college .
    Year : 0