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The Department of Sanskrit, originally named as Sanskrit and Bengali, was established in 1921. In 1970 Sanskrit became separated from Bengali and the Department was renamed as the Department of Sanskrit and Pali. In 2007 the Department of Sanskrit became completely separate identity.

This department offers a 2000 mark four-year B.A. (Honours) course and a 500 mark one-year M.A course in Sanskrit.


The department also offers M.Phil and Ph.D. pro- grammes.
 


An annual journal entitled Pracyavidya Patrika is pub- lished by the department. A research centre, named after Dr. Dilip Kumar Bhattacharya, a former Professor of Sanskrit and a trust fund named as 'Professor Nurunnahar Begum Trust Fund' have extended research and scholarship facilities in the Department. The seminar library of the department is enriched with a large number of rare books and journals.

The Department of Sanskrit, originally named as Sanskrit and Bengali, was established in 1921. In 1970 Sanskrit became separated from Bengali and the Department was renamed as the Department of Sanskrit and Pali. In 2007 the Department of Sanskrit became completely separate identity.
This department offers a 2000 mark four-year B.A. (Honours) course and a 500 mark one-year M.A course in Sanskrit.

The department also offers M.Phil and Ph.D. pro- grammes.


An annual journal entitled Pracyavidya Patrika is pub- lished by the department. A research centre, named after Dr. Dilip Kumar Bhattacharya, a former Professor of Sanskrit and a trust fund named as 'Professor Nurunnahar Begum Trust Fund' have extended research and scholarship facilities in the Department. The seminar library of the department is enriched with a large number of rare books and journals.

Sanskrit Debating Club was established on 10 November in 2012 for making creativity and enthusiasm among the students of this Department.