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Spoken English Course Details

The Institute teaches Spoken English at four levels – Basic, Junior, Senior and Advanced.

The Spoken English course is designed to help the students in learning English language giving more emphasis to speaking skills. New students are placed in the Basic or Junior levels based on their performance in the classification test at the time of admission. Emphasis is placed on the development of the Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing skills along with a knowledge of grammar. Enthusiastic participation in classroom activities is an indispensable part of the learning process. The textbook supplied by the Institute is designed for that purpose. 40% of the final evaluation is based on the student’s performance in the classroom activities.
Basic level syllabus

Basic level syllabus

The Basic level is for those students who are very poor in English. The objective of this level is to gradually develop their LSRW skills through the communicative approach of teaching and learning. The textbook, which contains a large number of passages and dialogues, is especially designed to develop the learner’s confidence and speaking ability through interactive lessons on: Introductions, activity based grammar practice of Simple Tenses, descriptions of people, places, things, processes, and day-to-day conversations. On completion of the Basic level students will be able to participate in conversations and understand instructions which will enable them to join the Junior level of the course.
Junior level syllabus

Junior level syllabus

Speeches, Group discussion, Story telling, Description, and Conversation practice for certain situations. Reading of passages from the textbook, Letter writing and Punctuation. Parts of speech, Nouns, Pronouns, Verbs, Tenses, Prepositions, Adjectives, Articles, Construction of sentences, Types of sentences, Types of questions, Framing questions, Common mistakes in English.
Senior level syllabus

Senior level syllabus

Debates, Role play, Group discussions, Arguments, Story telling, Picture description. Tenses (revision), Transitive, Intransitive verbs, Active/Passive voice, Direct/Indirect Speech, Degrees of comparison, Transformation of sentences, Common mistakes in English. Practice of phonetic transcription – Vowel and Consonant symbols.
Advanced level syllabus

Advanced level syllabus

Conversation Practice, Debates, Creative stories, One-act plays, Art of Public Speaking. Reading from the contemporary Novels, Plays and Newspaper. Paragraph writing, Essay writing, Dialogue writing, Critical writing, Creative writing, Story writing, Stylistic problems that appear in grammar. Prepositional phrase, Structure of a sentence, Syntax, Conjunctions, Simple, Compound, Complex Sentence, synthesis and Analysis of sentences, functions of Adverbs and Adjectives, Non-finite Verbs – Idioms, Phrasal Verbs, Word formation – Stress, Intonation, Transcription of words.

 

The Institute teaches German Language at six levels –

1.First junior

2.First senior

3.Second junior

4.Second senior

5.Diploma

6.Advanced Diploma

The duration of each level is three months.

Nowadays, many students are seeking admission to German Universities. There is also an increasing demand for computer professionals in Germany and many Indians are taking advantage of this opportunity. Moreover, there is an increase in trade with Germany. However, many Germans do not know enough English to be able to communicate effectively, thus making it important for a non-German to learn German. The Germans penchant for punctuality and discipline is well-known. They are quite hospitable and friendly.

The German language has its roots in Sanskrit and we find many aspects of German language in our Indian languages. German is a phonetic language. It is written the way it is pronounced and is pronounced the way it is written. Silent letters are very much restricted to a smaller number. German has well-framed rules of grammar, which are very essential for any language. Importance is given to the genders, the cases, the subject-verb-object agreements etc. With the exception of a few special characters, German language uses the Roman script as does English. This makes it easy for Indian students to learn German, provided they put in at least one hour of hard work after every class. Learning a language involves four major skills: Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing. Our course gives equal importance to all the skills.

It is recommended that anyone planning to study at a German University (even though the proposed course of study is in the English medium) must complete the Junior II level of our course. Those planning to study in the German medium must complete the Diploma II level.

The standard of our German course is so high that by the time the students finish the Diploma level they are capable of teaching the language at the Junior level.

First junior syllabus

German sounds: Vowels, Consonants, Diphthongs, Umlaut.
The nouns, gender distinctions, cases, definite and indefinite articles.
Conjugation of verbs, verbs with separable and inseparable prefixes, modal verbs.
Personal pronouns, possessive pronouns, reflexive pronouns.
Cases – Nominative. Accusative and Dative.
Structure of sentence and categories of sentences, subordinate clause: Causative and conditional sentences.

A very interesting slideshow presentation is held to enlighten the students about the culture, people, and lifestyle in Germany.

Prescribed textbook: Deutsch als Fremdsprache IA Grundkurs

First senior syllabus

Infinite Sentences.
Use of Konjunktiv I and Konjunktiv II (contd.)
Plusquamperfect.
Modal Verb – (Contd.)
Conjunction – Temporal, Subordinate clauses Complex sentences.

Prescribed textbook: Deutsch als Fremdsprache IB Ergänzungskurs

Second junior syllabus

Verbs – different forms – Past tense and Present perfect tense,
Adjectives and their declension, degrees of comparison.
Prepositions – Genitive case – Konjunktiv II
Different conjunctions (co-ordinating and subordinating), simple, complex and compound sentences.
Active and Passive voice.
Relative pronouns.

Prescribed textbook: Deutsch als Fremdsprache IA Grundkurs

Second senior syllabus

Partizip I and Partizip II
Temporal conjunctions.
Genitive Prepositions.
Active and Passive voice (contd.)
Adjective Declension (Contd.)
Modal Verb – Paraphrasing of Perfect tense using Modal Verb.

Prescribed textbook: Deutsch als Fremdsprache IB Ergänzungskurs

Diploma syllabus

Advanced Grammar
Translation
Re-narration of texts
German Literature – A brief history, prose and poetry.
Advanced Grammar
Revision of basic grammar
Locative use of prepositions
The perfect tense with “haben” and “sein”
Verbs governing cases
Word formation – the formation of nouns, adjectives and verbs
The use of the impersonal “es”
Modal words and modal verbs
Verb families
The subjunctive and its use
Subordinate clauses – types, meanings, formation and use
Reforming sentences (simple, compound, complex etc.)
Vocabulary expansion exercises
Translation
Translation of non-technical texts from German into English and vice-versa
Re-Narration of Texts
Re-narrating stories from a selection studied
German Literature
A brief outline of German Literature
Prose: A selection from the following texts will be dealt with :
Geschichte von Isidor by Max Frisch
Nachts schlafen die Ratten doch by Wolfgang Borchert
Die Küchenuhr by Wolfgang Borchert
Hernn K’s Lieblingstier by Bertolt Brecht
Maßnahmen gegen die Gewalt by Bertolt le
Der Tunnel by Friedrich Dürrenmatt

Poetry: A selection of the following poems will be studied / interpreted:

Erlkonig by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Willkommen und Abschied by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Prometheus by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Der Handschuh by Friedrich Schiller
Mondnacht by Josef Freiherr von Eichendorff
Sehnsucht by Josef Freiherr von Eichendorff
Mondesaufgang by Annette von Droste-Hulschoff

Advanced Diploma syllabus

Re-narration of texts
Translation
German Literature – Prose and Poetry

Re-narration of texts
Re-narrating stories from a selection studied
Translation
Translation of technical texts from German into English and vice-versa
German Literature
Prose: A selection from the following texts will be dealt with:
Das Gottesurteil by Heinz Risse
Beim Uhrmacher by Eric South
Märchen vom Korbstuhl by Hermann Hesse
Es wird etwas geschehen by Heinrich Böll
Die Linkshänder by Günter Grass
Die Fahrt des Herrn von Ringen by Werner Bergengruen

Poetry: A selection from the following poems will be studied/ interpreted:

Die Bürgschaft by Freiderich Schiller
Der Panther by Rainer Maria Rilke
Das Karussell by Rainer Maria Rilke
Der romische Brunnen by Conrad Ferdinand Meyer
Die Beiden by Hugo von Hofmannsthal
Im Nebel by Hermann Hesse
Exilliteratur (1933 – 45) (Selections)

Prescribed books:

Moderner Gebrauch der deutschen Sprache by Schulz/Griesbach
Wie sage ich das auf Deutsch by Gerhard Kaufmann
Wege zur deutschen Literatur by Hermann Glaser u.a.
Benno Von Wiese (Auswahl und Einleitung): Deutschland erzahlt Von Arthur Schnitzler bis Uwe Johnson
Deutsche Gedichte by Echtermeyer von Wiese
Das deutsche Gedicht by E. Hederer
German Verse by B.B. Kulkarni
Texte zum Lesen und Nacherzählen by Hans-Joachim Arndt
Kleines Wörterbuch der stilkunde by Krahl / Kurz
Sachwörterbuch für den Literaturunterricht Klasse 9 bis 12 by Autorenkollektiv
Deutsche Texte zum übersetzen by Gunther Haensch
Authentic texts in German from Newspapers, Magazines, Technical Journals etc.

 

SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH COURSE

The Institute teaches the French Language at six levels – First Junior, Second Junior, First Senior, Second Senior, Diploma I and Diploma II. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please go to Admissions.

The participation of French industries in the Indian market is growing. Students are also interested to pursue studies in France. The French course at the Institute will be helpful to those who wish to make a career in multinational ventures which need French knowing personnel or to meet the demands in the academic field.

The course in French is designed to take a beginner to a level where he/she will be able to express himself freely and read a book without consulting the dictionary. It is said that for any language about 1000 words are needed for a basic knowledge, about 2600 words for reading a newspaper, and around 4500 words for reading a novel. The main targets of the course are gradually building up the necessary vocabulary, inculcating grammatical knowledge and usage, and giving conversational skills in French language. By the time the students reach the Diploma level of the course, they are able to read and speak in French as well as do basic translation work.

1 – FIRST JUNIOR

At this level student develops reading, writing, listening and communication skills and student can make simple conversations pertaining to real life situations.
A detailed session plan will be given at the start of the course.
Prescribed textbook
FESTIVAL 1 – TEXTBOOK Units 1, 2 & 3 (0 – 12 Lessons) and Listening exercises
FESTIVAL 1 – WORKBOOK Units 1, 2 & 3 (0 – 12 Lessons) and Listening exercises

syllabus
Ø Nouns, Genders (Masculine & Feminine), Numbers (Singular & Plural)
Ø Articles (Definite, Indefinite & Partitive).
Ø Numbers (1-100), Weeks, Months, Expressing date and time
Ø Pronouns (Subject, Personnel, Reflexive, Direct object)
Ø Conjugation of verbs (Regular, Irregular & Reflexive), Modal verbs.
Ø Countries, Nationalities, Professions, Adjectives (Qualificative, Possessive),
Ø Sentences (Declarative, Interrogative, Negative, Imperative), Basic Prepositions,

2 – SECOND JUNIOR

At this level the student can make simple conversations in present, past and future tenses, can appear for DELF-A1.
Prescribed textbook
FESTIVAL 1 – TEXTBOOK Units 4, 5 & 6 (13 – 24 Lessons) and Audio activities.
FESTIVAL 1 – WORKBOOK Units 4, 5 & 6 (13 – 24 Lessons) and Audio activities.

syllabus
Ø Pronouns (COI), Adverbs, Impersonal verbs, Expressions
Ø Comparison, Superlative, Negation, Demonstrative Adjectives
Ø Tenses : Passé Composé, Imparfait, Futur Simple, Futur Proche, Présent Continu, Passé récent

3 – FIRST SENIOR

Reading of more difficult texts with explanation in French. Higher grammar: more irregular verbs and agreements with different auxiliaries, all in direct method. Recitation and delivery of small speeches in French. Hearing recorded cassettes and other audio-visual aids. Writing: compositions and rewriting stories with emphasis on vocabulary building with stylistics in mind. History and geography of France. Habits and customs.
Prescribed textbook
FESTIVAL 2 – TEXTBOOK Units 1, 2 & 3 (1 – 12 Lessons) and Audio-Visual activities.
FESTIVAL 2 – WORKBOOK Units 1, 2 & 3 (1 – 12 Lessons) and Audio-Visual activities.

syllabus
Ø Continuation of Comparison, Superlative, Negation
Ø Continuation of Tenses : Passé Composé, Imparfait, Futur Simple, Impératif
Ø Continuation of Pronouns, Adjectives, Expressions
Ø Les Pronoms Rélatifs, le conditionnel
Ø Le plus-que-parfait

4 – SECOND SENIOR

At the end of the senior level the student can converse freely using complex structures. The student can write informal letters and simple compositions and he/she can appear for DELF – A2
Prescribed textbook
FESTIVAL 2 – TEXTBOOK Units 4, 5 & 6 (13 – 24 Lessons)
FESTIVAL 2 – WORKBOOK Units 4, 5 & 6 (13 – 24 Lessons)

5 – FIRST DIPLOMA

At his level the student will be able to converse freely, discuss current topics and social issues. The student can make presentations, translate from French to English and vice-versa.
Prescribed text book
FESTIVAL 3 – TEXTBOOK Units 1, 2 & 3 (1 – 12 Lessons)
FESTIVAL 3 – WORKBOOK Units 1, 2 & 3 (1 – 12 Lessons)

6 – SECOND DIPLOMA

At his level the student will be able to converse freely, discuss current topics and social issues. The student can make presentations, translate from French to English and vice-versa.
Prescribed text book
FESTIVAL 3 – TEXTBOOK Units 4, 5 & 6 (13 – 24 Lessons)
FESTIVAL 3 – WORKBOOK Units 4, 5 & 6 (13 – 24 Lessons)

Next steps:

At this level student develops reading, writing, listening and communication skills and student can make simple conversations pertaining to real life situations.

A detailed session plan will be given at the start of the course.

Prescribed textbooks

LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 1 – TEXTBOOK Unit 1 & 2
LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 1 – WORKBOOK
CD, Selected passages for reading practice.

SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH COURSE – SECOND JUNIOR

At this level the student can make simple conversations in present, past and future tenses, can appear for DELF-A1.

Prescribed textbooks

LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 1 – units 3 & 4
LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 1 WORKBOOK

SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH COURSE – FIRST SENIOR

Reading of more difficult texts with explanation in French. Higher grammar: more irregular verbs and agreements with different auxiliaries, all in direct method. Recitation and delivery of small speeches in French. Hearing recorded cassettes and other audio-visual aids. Writing: compositions and rewriting stories with emphasis on vocabulary building with stylistics in mind. History and geography of France. Habits and customs.

Prescribed textbooks

LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 2 – TEXTBOOK Unit 1 & 2
LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 2 – WORKBOOK
CD, Selected passages for reading practice.

SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH COURSE – SECOND SENIOR

At the end of the senior level the student can converse freely using complex structures. The student can write informal letters and simple compositions and he/she can appear for DELF – A2

Prescribed textbooks

LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 2 – TEXTBOOK Unit 3 & 4
LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 2 – WORKBOOK
CD, Selected passages for reading practice.

SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH COURSE – FIRST DIPLOMA

At his level the student will be able to converse freely, discuss current topics and social issues. The student can make presentations, translate from French to English and vice-versa.
Prescribed text books:

LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 3 – Units 1 & 2
Extracts from literary works.

SYLLABUS FOR FRENCH COURSE – SECOND DIPLOMA

At his level the student will be able to converse freely, discuss current topics and social issues. The student can make presentations, translate from French to English and vice-versa.
Prescribed text books:

LE NOUVEAU SANS FRONTIÈRES 3 – Units 3 & 4
Extracts from literary works.

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The Institute teaches the Spanish Language at 6 levels – First junior, Second junior, First senior, Second senior, First Diploma and Second Diploma The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please go to Admissions section.
Spanish language is gaining worldwide importance day by day. As we all know it is a language spoken by more than half the people in the American Continent apart from Spain and a few countries in North Africa.

The importance has become more pronounced with globalization and improved contacts between Spanish speaking countries and the rest of the world, including India. Spanish language has narrowed the gap between person to person, organization to organization and country to country contact between India and Latin America.

Here in this institute one can learn the basics, develop the ability to converse in simple language and thus help maintain the growth momentum. There are opportunities as translators, interpreters, software professionals etc. In India we have the advantage of a basic knowledge of English. If this is coupled with a working knowledge of Spanish, then one can avail the job opportunities in out-sourcing industry and in foreign companies coming to India.

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – FIRST JUNIOR

LESSONS: Ambito 1-5 (Modulo 1-20)

Introducing the alphabets: Vowels and consonants, and their pronunciation.
Nouns : number, gender.
Articles : definite, indefinite
Pronouns :
a. Personal pronoun
b. Object pronouns
i. Direct object pronouns
ii. Indirect object pronouns
Demonstrative pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Verbs Regular

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO I – Lourdes Miguel and Neus Sans.

Additional Consulting Materials:

Espanol indirecto – I A
Ven – I

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – SECOND JUNIOR

Adjectives: a. Gender, number b. Demonstrative adjective.
Verbs: a. Irregular Verbs b. Radical changing
Present Tense
Future Tense
Conditional Tense
Comparatives and Superlatives
Gerund
Physical Characteristics

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO -I (Chapter 5 – 8)
Additional Consulting Materials:
a. Ven – II
b. Espanol indirecto – I B

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – FIRST SENIOR

Past Tense
a. Expressions of Status, Character, Sentiments, accordance.
b. Obligatory Sentences ; Personal, Impersonal
c. Direct and Indirect Speech.
i. Indefenido
ii. Perfecto
iii. Imperfecto

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO -II
Additional Consulting Material: Ven – II

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – SECOND SENIOR

Subjunctive: hypothesis, Possibilities,
Pluo cuamperfecto, Subjuntive (Past)
Expressions
Prepositions, Conjunctions, Relative clauses and Pronouns.

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO -II
Additional Consulting Material: Ven – III

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The Institute teaches the Spanish Language at 6 levels – First junior, Second junior, First senior, Second senior, First Diploma and Second Diploma The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please go to Admissions section.
Spanish language is gaining worldwide importance day by day. As we all know it is a language spoken by more than half the people in the American Continent apart from Spain and a few countries in North Africa.

The importance has become more pronounced with globalization and improved contacts between Spanish speaking countries and the rest of the world, including India. Spanish language has narrowed the gap between person to person, organization to organization and country to country contact between India and Latin America.

Here in this institute one can learn the basics, develop the ability to converse in simple language and thus help maintain the growth momentum. There are opportunities as translators, interpreters, software professionals etc. In India we have the advantage of a basic knowledge of English. If this is coupled with a working knowledge of Spanish, then one can avail the job opportunities in out-sourcing industry and in foreign companies coming to India.

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – FIRST JUNIOR

LESSONS: Ambito 1-5 (Modulo 1-20)

Introducing the alphabets: Vowels and consonants, and their pronunciation.
Nouns : number, gender.
Articles : definite, indefinite
Pronouns :
a. Personal pronoun
b. Object pronouns
i. Direct object pronouns
ii. Indirect object pronouns
Demonstrative pronouns
Reflexive pronouns
Verbs Regular

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO I – Lourdes Miguel and Neus Sans.

Additional Consulting Materials:

Espanol indirecto – I A
Ven – I

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – SECOND JUNIOR

Adjectives: a. Gender, number b. Demonstrative adjective.
Verbs: a. Irregular Verbs b. Radical changing
Present Tense
Future Tense
Conditional Tense
Comparatives and Superlatives
Gerund
Physical Characteristics

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO -I (Chapter 5 – 8)
Additional Consulting Materials:
a. Ven – II
b. Espanol indirecto – I B

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – FIRST SENIOR

Past Tense
a. Expressions of Status, Character, Sentiments, accordance.
b. Obligatory Sentences ; Personal, Impersonal
c. Direct and Indirect Speech.
i. Indefenido
ii. Perfecto
iii. Imperfecto

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO -II
Additional Consulting Material: Ven – II

SYLLABUS FOR SPANISH – SECOND SENIOR

Subjunctive: hypothesis, Possibilities,
Pluo cuamperfecto, Subjuntive (Past)
Expressions
Prepositions, Conjunctions, Relative clauses and Pronouns.

Prescribed textbook:

INTERCAMBIO -II
Additional Consulting Material: Ven – III

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The Institute teaches the Japanese Language at 5 levels -First junior, Second junior, First senior, Second senior, and Advanced. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please visit Admissions section.

Japanese is fast growing as an international language. Japan is the second largest consumer of IT services. Learning Japanese is crucial for any kind of business interactions with Japan. India is aiming to be a leading IT services provider in the world. For India to tap the Japanese market we need people with a working knowledge of the Japanese language.

The Japanese course offered by the Institute takes the learner from the very scratch and gradually increases the knowledge of the basic vocabulary, script etc. The textbooks and approach of teaching adopted are such that the students can appear for the widely recognised Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) conducted annually by the Japan Foundation and Association of International Education, Japan.

SYLLABUS FOR JAPANESE – FIRST JUNIOR

Script: Hiragana, Katakana and Introduction to Kanji
Sounds
Counting of letters in Japanese and Chinese patterns
Counter Classifiers
Adjectives, nouns, pronouns and verbs (Simple present past and future tense)
Introduction to particles
60 basic kanjis
Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso -1)

Prescribed Textbooks:

Nihongo kana
Nihongo shoho – I

SYLLABUS FOR JAPANESE – SECOND JUNIOR

Verbs – different forms
Different sentence structures
Active and Passive voice
Conjunction (coordinating & subordinating) simple, complex and compound sentences.
150 basic kanjis
Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso – 1)

Prescribed Textbook:

Nihongo Shoho – I

SYLLABUS FOR JAPANESE – FIRST SENIOR

Grammar
Shoho -2 (1-7 chapters)
300 Basic Kanjis
Particles
Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso – 2)

Prescribed Textbooks:

Shoho-2
Hanaso-2

SYLLABUS FOR JAPANESE – SECOND SENIOR

Grammar
Shoho – 2 (8 – 13 Chapters)
500 Basic Kanjis
Particles
Spoken and Listening Comprehension (Hanaso – 2)

Prescribed Textbooks:

Shoho – 2
Hanaso – 2

 

 

The Institute teaches the Sanskrit Language at six levels -First junior, Second junior, First senior, Second senior, Diploma I and Diploma II. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please visit Admissions section.

Sanskrit is the divine speech set forth by the Great Sages.

“Sanskrit and prestige go together in India… Ideas must be taught in the language of the people; at the same time, Sanskrit education must go on along with it, because the very sound of Sanskrit words gives a prestige and a power and a strength to the race.” – Swami Vivekananda.

“The Sanskrit language, whatever be its antiquity, is of wonderful structure; more perfect than the Greek, more copious than the Latin, and more exquisitely refined than either; yet, bearing to both of them a stronger affinity, both in the roots of verbs and in the forms of grammar, than could possibly have been produced by accident; so strong indeed that no philosopher could examine all three without believing them to have sprung from some common source which perhaps, no longer exists”. – Sir William Jones.

Many people nowadays are interested to read and understand the sublime ideas and values found in our Sanskrit scriptures and literature. The traditional method of learning Sanskrit involves a lot of memorization of usages and grammatical rules of the language. However, people in general do not have the time and patience required to learn Sanskrit through this rigorous process. Therefore, we have adopted the functional method of teaching/learning Sanskrit, based on modern interactive techniques of teaching and learning. In the beginning, the method develops the skills of listening, speaking reading and writing directly through use of interesting passages, stories, dialogues, shlokas, hymns and verses from the Bhagavad Gita etc. It tries to make the subject learner friendly by reducing the grammar technicalities. At the higher levels of the course, various aspects of the Indian philosophy and poetry and prose selections from Sanskrit literature are introduced to enable the students to read and understand them on their own. Efforts are being made to awaken and intensify the desire to learn and use the Sanskrit language and thus have access to the sublime and lofty teachings of scriptures through this divine language.

SYLLABUS FOR SANSKRIT – FIRST JUNIOR

Alphabet – Origin of Letters and their Sub Divisions
Mahesvara Sutrani
Declensions of Nouns and Pronouns
Numbers And Persons
Gender
Conjunctions
Tenses- Present, Past, Future and Imperative Mood of Parasmaipadi and Simple Present of Atmanepadi
Selected Stotras
Niti Slokas
Bhagavad Gita: Bhakti Yoga chapter dealing with Saguna and Nirguna Brahman styles of Bhakti

Prescribed Textbooks

Sanskrit Subodhini Part 1
Gita 12th Chap.
Abhyasa – Pustakam (For self study)

SYLLABUS FOR SANSKRIT – SECOND JUNIOR

Usage of Cases
Usage and Kinds of Persons
Declensions
Conjugations – Present, Past, Future and Imperative & Potential Moods
Sandhi
Numerals
Compositions
Niti – Slokas
Gita – Purushottama – Yoga Chapter 15 describing the Supremacy and Nature of Paramesvara.

Prescribed Textbooks

Sanskrit Subodhini Part 2
Bhagavad Gita – 15th Chap.
Vibhakti Vallari (for self-study)

SYLLABUS FOR SANSKRIT – FIRST SENIOR

Compounds
Stotras and Mantras
Compositions
Pronouns and their uses
Concept of ganas. 1, 4, 6 & 10th ganas
Conjugation (Lut & ashisling)
Gita – Dhyana Yoga chapter where the nature, techniques and fruits of meditation have been explained.

Prescribed Textbooks

Isopanisad
Yaksha Prashnas
Bhagavad Gita 6th Chap.
Pancatantra (Sanskrit Bharati Publication)
A Higher Sanskrit Grammar (for reference)
Abhyasa – Darsini (sor self-study)

SYLLABUS FOR SANSKRIT – SECOND SENIOR

Active and Passive voices
Participles
Ganas – 5th, 7th, 8th & 9th
Compositions
Selected Poetry and Prose
Bhagavad Gita – Gunatraya Vibhaga Yoga – deals with Nature and functions of the three Gunas viz. Sattva , Rajas and Tamas
Kathopanisad – 1st Chapter dealing with perishable and imperishable nature of material enjoyments and Pure Conscious respectively.

Prescribed Textbooks

Kathopanisad 1st Chap.
Dasha Kumaracaritam (Selections)
Bhagavad Gita 14th Chap.
Raghuvamsham (1st canto)
Sambhasana Sopanam (for self study)

SYLLABUS FOR SANSKRIT – FIRST DIPLOMA

Study of taddhita
2nd gana
Congugation – ling lakara
Nature of the Self according to Kathopanisad
Bhagavad Gita -2nd Chapter dealing with psychology of a man who is deluded about right conception of dharma
Nyaya Style of Sanskrit Language

Prescribed Textbooks

Kathopanisad 2nd Chap.
Bhagavata Gita – 2nd Chap.
Bhajagovindam -Selected
Tarka -Sangraha -Selected

SYLLABUS FOR SANSKRIT – SECOND DIPLOMA

3rd gana
Conjugation – Lit lakara
Nature of means to Attain Liberation; Eligibility of a man longing for Liberation, Nature of Brahman and Vedic Dictum (Mahavakyas)
Concept of Karmasannyasa Yoga leading to Liberation.
Compound Style of Sanskrit Language

Prescribed Textbooks

Vedanta Sarah – Sadananda
Bhagavata Gita – 18th Chapter
Yoga – Sutra – Patanjali (Chapters 1 & 2)

 

The Institute teaches the Hindi Language at 5 levels – First junior, Second junior, First senior, Second senior, and Diploma level. The duration of each level is three months. For details regarding admissions, please visit Admissions section.

Hindi is the National language of India and is spoken in many parts of the country. For many people, who travel around the country a working knowledge of Hindi is indispensable. Others take up the course to enable them to read the vast literature in Hindi.

The Institute teaches Hindi through the communicative approach. Various stories, plays, dialogues, discussions, debates, etc. are used to teach the language in an enjoyable and easy way. To suit the requirements of the students emphasis is put more on the use of the language than on grammar etc. By the end of the first session, students are able to read and communicate in simple Hindi.

SYLLABUS FOR HINDI COURSE – FIRST JUNIOR

Present Tense, Present Imperfect, Imperative, Adjectives, Case-endings, Adverbs, Post positions, Gender, Number, Pronouns, Interrogative, Future Tense, Infinitive, Past perfect Tense, Past continuous Tense, Conjunction, Past Indefinite Tense, Preset perfect Tense, Past perfect Tense.

Book Prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – I

SYLLABUS FOR HINDI – SECOND JUNIOR

The use of Apna. Subjunctive, Doubtful present, Doubtful past, Past conditional Tense, Habitual Tense, The use of Hona and Padhna, Adjectives of comparison, Present participle, participle, Repetition of present participles. Compound verbs, Active and passive voices, The relative pronoun, Extension of sentences, Compound sentences, Question and Answers, Conversation, Story writing, Letter writing, Composition.

Book prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – I

SYLLABUS FOR HINDI – FIRST SENIOR

Proverbs, essay, speeches, debates, literature group discussions, unseen passage, story writing.

Book Prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – II

SYLLABUS FOR HINDI – SECOND SENIOR

Book Prescribed: Hindi Prachar Vahini – II