Certificate course on Non-Formal Sanskrit Education at NIT Calicut; apply now

National Institute of Technology, Calicut.
National Institute of Technology, Calicut. Photo: Manorama

Kozhikode: NIT Calicut will start a certificate course in Sanskrit at its Centre for Non-Formal Sanskrit Education (NFSE) of the Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi. A one-year certificate course in Sanskrit will be conducted in its centre at NIT Calicut from September 7 onwards.

This course aims to initiate Sanskrit learning and introduce science and literature in Sanskrit. Candidates who have passed Class 10 can apply.

No prior knowledge of Sanskrit is required. The course duration is one year. The course fee (including books and exam fee) is Rs 1,500. Classes will be conducted every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 6 to 7 pm at NIT.

For more details, contact Prof R Sridharan, Coordinator, NFSE- 9495788136/ sreedhar@nitc.ac.in

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