Taluk level Sanskrit study centers to come

via T. Satish published on May 5, 2007

KOCHI : Vishwa Samskrutha Prathishtanam (VSP) state conference held in Palakkad has decided to launch taluk-level Sanskrit study cnetres throughout Kerala. This is a follow up action to the 10 day’s Spoken Sanskrit camps held in Panchayaths. It is three months certificate course which is going to come. Hundred volunteers will be trained in this respect. Their training will commence in June. An academic council comprising of  Dr. G. Gangadharan, Dr. M.P. Unnikrishnan and Dr. M.V. Nateshan will be in-charge of this scheme.


The conference demanded to give deserving place for Sanskrit in syllabus reforms. It also demanded to implement the following requirements:-


1)     Introduce Sanskrit from the 1st Std. itself.

2)     Make Sanskrit a compulsory part of the syllabus

3)     Include Sanskrit in “culture” which is going to be introduced for the higher Secondary education.


The conference was inaugurated by Dr. P.K. Madhavankutty, the all Indian Prez of Vidya Bharathi. Samkrutha Bharathi All India Pravas Pramukh P.Nandakumar, T.K. Santoshkumar, V.J. Sreekumkar, M.B. Hairkumar,Biju and Rajesh spoke.

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