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1. M.A. in Sanskrit Linguistics Semester – I Paper I

- Introduction to Modern Linguistics.

Paper II

- Introduction to Chomskyan Linguistics.

Paper III

- Introduction to Ancient Indian Grammatical Theories.

Paper IV

- Post-Paninian and Non-Paninian Grammatical Traditions.

Semester - II Paper V

- Phonetics in Ancient Indian.

Paper VI

- Phonology in Ancient India.

Paper VII

- Introduction to Indian Philosophy of Language.

Paper VIII - Introduction of Bhartrhari’s Philosophy of Language. Semester III Paper IX

– Principles of Historical Phonology.

Paper X

- Historical Phonology of Indo-Aryan Language.

Paper XI

- Principles of Historical Morphology.

Paper XII

- Historical Morphology of Indo Aryan.

Semester IV Paper XIII - Indian Theory of Syntax Paper XIV - Indian Semantics


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Paper XV

- Lexical Semantics

Paper XVI - Computational Linguistics

2. M. A. in Indian Logic and Epistemology Semester –I Paper I

- Introduction to Western Logic.

Paper II

– Introduction to Western Epistemology.

Paper III

- Indian Theories of Perception.

Paper IV

– Western Theories of Perception.

Semester II Paper V

- Indian Theories of Inference.

Paper VI

– Western Theories of Inference.

Paper VII

- Indian Philosophy of Language.

Paper VIII

-Western Philosophy of Language.

Semester –III Paper IX

- Compendium of Indian Logic & Epistemology.

Paper X

- Compendium of Western Logic and Epistemology.

Paper XI

- Readings in Schools of Indian Logic & Epistemology.

Paper XII

- Reading in Schools of Western Logic and Epistemology.


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Semester –IV Paper XIII - Study of Indian Argumentation. Paper XIV - Study of Western Argumentation. Paper XV

- Project Work.

Paper XVI - Project Work.

3. P.G. Diploma in Sanskrit Linguistics Semester I Paper I

- Introduction to Modern Linguistics

Paper II

- Introduction to Chomskyan Linguistics

Paper III

- Introduction to Ancient Indian Grammatical Traditions.

Paper IV

- Post-Paninian and Non-Paninian Grammatical Traditions.

Semester –II Paper V

- Phonetics in Ancient India

Paper VI

- Phonology in Ancient India

Paper VII

– Introduction to Indian Philosophy of Language

Paper VIII - Introduction of Bhartrhari’s Philosophy of Language


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4. P.G. Diploma in Indian Logic and Epistemology Semester –I Paper I

- Introduction to Western Logic

Paper II

- Introduction to Western Epistemology

Paper III

- Indian Theories of Perception

Paper IV

- Western Theories of Perception

Semester –II Paper V

- Indian Theories of Inference

Paper VI

- Western Theories of Inference

Paper VII

- Indian Philosophy of Language

Paper VIII - Western Philosophy of Language

5. Certificate Course in Manuscriptology Paper I

- Broad Outline of Social, Cultural and Political History of India upto 1800 A.D.

(Only broad acquaintance with social, cultural and political history of ancient and medieval India is expected.) Paper II

- Manuscripts –Their Forms and Content

Paper III

- Paleography and Calligraphy

Paper IV

- (A) Textual Criticism (B) Practical


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6. Diploma Course in Manuscriptology Paper I

- MSS Catalogues - History and Description.

Paper II

- Advanced Palaeography and Calligraphy.

Paper III

- Problems of Editing.

Paper IV

- Dissertation.

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