(B. Ed) Bachelor of Education Sanskrit
Mode: Full-time | Duration: 3 Years
Bachelor of Education [B. Ed] in Sanskrit is a three-year course. Eligibility for the course is 10+2, intermediate cleared.
It is excellent preparation for careers in teaching, media, and advertising, writing, and publishing; for graduate or professional studies in Sanskrit, communications, or the law; and for advancement in any field in which communication skills are important.
Admissions for such courses are on the basis of counseling after clearing entrance tests and others depending on the colleges.
Major Job profile and designations for these graduates are Sanskrit Proof Reading, Teacher, Customer Service Associate, Sales Coordinator (with Sanskrit), Interpreter (from one language to other), Content Writer – Editor (Sanskrit), Sanskrit Translator, Part-Time Trainer – Sanskrit, Assistant Professor – Sanskrit Journalism, Data Entry Operator, Tele-caller – Sanskrit, and the like.
Graduates with this degree have opportunity for the industries like Colleges and universities, private organizations, temples, private academic institutions, translation service providers, tourism sector, print media organizations, TV channels, Freelancers join research firms, translation bureaus, publishing houses, international organizations, hotel industry, travel, and tourism sectors, among other areas.
The average salary for B.Ed. in Sanskrit graduates is around INR 2 to 10 Lakh but this can be higher on the basis of experience and other factors.
B.Ed. in Sanskrit: Course Highlights
Listed below are some of the major highlights of the course.
Course Level: Graduate
Duration: 3 years
Examination Type: Semester System
Eligibility: 10+2 with Sanskrit
Admission Process: Based on counseling after clearing Entrance Tests like the University of Calicut and others for different colleges.
Course Fee: INR 10,000 to 2 Lakh INR for three years
Average Starting Salary: INR 2 to 10 lacs per annum
Top Recruiting Companies: Colleges and universities, private organizations, temples, private academic institutions, translation service providers, tourism sector, print media organizations, TV channels, Freelancers join research firms, translation bureaus, publishing houses, international organizations, hotel industry, travel, and tourism sectors, among other areas.
Job Positions: Sanskrit Proof Reading, Teacher, Customer Service Associate, Sales Coordinator (with Sanskrit), Interpreter (from one language to other), Content Writer – Editor (Sanskrit), Sanskrit Translator, Part-Time Trainer – Sanskrit, Assistant Professor – Sanskrit Journalism, Data Entry Operator, Tele-caller – Sanskrit, and the like.
B.Ed. in Sanskrit: What is it about?
Knowledge of Sanskrit is a marker of educational attainment of modern India. The relevance and importance of Sanskrit is not just restricted to culture and academics. Introduction of concepts such as yoga, Vedas, Vaastu Shastra, astrology, Ayurveda and drama shows that it is not just about learning the language or literature but also about tracing and studying the connection between various areas and Sanskrit.
This course is suitable for those who are willing to fight for the decreasing importance of Sanskrit and increasing western influence.
The candidate must be ready to face the lack of importance given to their degree in private sectors.
The candidate also will have to work really hard as Sanskrit is quite a hard language to master (writing and speaking).
Good interpersonal and communication skills are very essential in the candidate.
Though there are not many people who know or speak Sanskrit, there are still a few job opportunities for people who are able to speak and understand the language.
While students opting for a disciplinary knowledge get to learn about Sanskrit literature, those studying the language, get to learn the basics of the language. However, while doing Sanskrit (Honours), students cover areas, including proficiency in Sanskrit, literature, prose, drama, poetry and others.
B.Ed. in Sanskrit: Eligibility
10+2 or equivalent examination with 50% marks in aggregate or 45% marks in Sanskrit. (10+2) or High School Senior Secondary exam by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or any equivalent exam conducted by any State Board or Equivalent. All SC/ST candidates have a relaxation of 5% in the minimum aggregate.
B.Ed. in Sanskrit: Syllabus and Course Description
Subjects of Study
Paper-I Philosophical and Sociological Basis of Education
Paper-II The Learner – Nature and Development
Paper-III Teaching-Learning Process
Paper-IV (PART-A) School Management (PART-B) Computer Education
Paper-V (PART-A) Guidance and Counselling- (PART-B) Any One of the following options: (i) School Library Services (ii) Comparative Education (iii) Adult and Continuing Education (iv) Health and Physical Education (v) Education of Children with special needs (vi) Population Education (vii) Distance Education and Open Learning (viii) Environmental Education (xi) Yoga Education (x) Value Education (xi) Educational Technology (xii) Elementary Education (xiii) Women Education & Indian Society (xiv) Co-Curricular Activities in Schools (xv) E-Education Resource Development
1.2 PAPERS-VI & VII: Methodology of Teaching of any two of the following:
Teaching of English
Teaching of Life Science
Teaching of Hindi
Teaching of Physical Science
Teaching of Punjabi
Teaching of Home Science
Teaching of Sanskrit
Teaching of Fine Arts
Teaching of History
Teaching of Music
Teaching of Geography
Teaching of Physical Education
Teaching of Economics
Teaching of Agriculture
Teaching of Social Studies
Teaching of Computer Education
Teaching of Commerce
Teaching of Political Science
Teaching of Mathematics
Teaching of Public Administration
Teaching of Science
Teaching of Sociology
School Experience Programme
Simple Expressional Competencies
Health & Sports Programme
Work Experience Programme B. Co-curricular, Culture & Community Activities
B.Ed. in Sanskrit: Career Prospects
B. Ed. in Sanskrit concerns with the field of education and covers the areas regarding Sanskrit literature
B.Ed Sanskrit Employment Areas: Media, Research, Tourism, Law and Legal Jobs (translating work), Media and TV Jobs, Writing and Publishing Jobs, Sales, Education, Business
Advanced Courses in B.Ed. Hons Sanskrit
The admission process of this course is on the basis of the marks that are obtained in the 12th class examination. The better marks obtained by the student will have more chances of getting admission than the student with average marks.
+ All Payments can be paid on an installment basis.
+ Students can book a seat by giving 20,000 with all certificates, photos, Aadhar Card.
+ Online Admission is available
University of Calicut Entrance Exam
AMU Entrance exam
Candidates are admitted to the program by the individual colleges on the basis of the Rank list published. The colleges upload the rank list on their website.