Available courses

This is a short introduction tutorial cum workshop on using Moodle LMS,
given to the faculty at narendrapur.

Question set for Final Exam

A fully online course for th MSc BDA students

This course emphasizes situations where Analytics and OR overlap and presents methodology how selected

problems can be tackled via a combination of techniques from both scientific areas.

This is a basic course that teaches

1. R Programming language

2. Python in Data Science

3. Java for Big Data Analytics

4. SQL programming

5. Excel Data Analytics, and

6. Data Visualization using Tableau


Treewidth and dynamic programming

Bidemsionality

Planar separator theorem and its application

Menger's theorem and its application

This is an introductory course for the students of Analytics.

This portal is for the admission test for PhD (Integrated) in Sanskrit programme.

The course is a detailed deliberation on the first chapter of Śāstrasiddhāntaleśasaṅgrahaḥ of Śhrī Appayya Dīkṣita (16th century).

The course is basically a historical study of the Sanskrit literature right from the Vedic age up to the 20th century. It gives a bird's-eye view of the entire panorama of the literature which is the world's oldest in time, and the most exalted in kind. Details of the course are as follows:

  1. Credits: 3
  2. Contact hours: 4 per week (64 hours in the semester)
  3. Slot in the curriculum: 2nd year, 4th semester
  4. Target audience: 2nd year students of the MA Integrated in Sanskrit (MAIS)



SK- 412 Vetālapañcaviṃśatyādibhyaḥ Citāḥ Aṃśāḥ is a course which gives a glimpse of the story literature in Sanskrit. The book Vetālapañcaviṃśatiḥ, written by one Śivadāsa, introduces the beginners in Sanskrit language to the prose literature. It gives an exposure to the usages of nouns, verbs, secondary nouns, and compounds among others. In the Department of Sanskrit and Philosophy, it is a part of the curriculum in the programme MA Integrated in Sanskrit (MAIS). The details of the course are as follows.

  1. Credits: 4
  2. Contact Hours: 64
  3. Slot in the Curriculum: 1 year, 2 semester of the five year Integrated MA in Sanskrit
  4. Target Audience: 1 year students in the aforesaid programme
  5. Course Content: 25 tales in the book Vetālapañcaviṃśatiḥ + selections from works like Hitopadeśa and Pañcatantra.

Syllabus:

  1. śāntimantras (peace-chants) with the vedic intonations
  2. Viṣṇu-sahasranāma-stotraṃ (a hymn consisting of one thousand epithets in praise of Lord Viṣṇu)

Details of the Course:

  1. Credits: 2
  2. Contact hours: 48
  3. Semester: Jan-June 2021
  4. Year of Study: 1 year, 2nd Semester
  5. Target audience: First year students of the programme: MA Integrated in Sanskrit+ anyone interested
  6. Medium of Instruction: Sanskrit (The first few sessions are in Bengali, keeping in view the freshers)
  7. Number of students enrolled: 20

Mode:

  1. Thorough coaching in pronunciation of the Sanskrit sounds
  2. Traditional training in the recital of Vedic hymns

Objective:

  1. Precise pronunciation of Sanskrit phonemes
  2. Correct chanting of the Viṣṇusahasranāmastotraṃ
  3. Introduction to the three basic intonations of the Vedas
  4. Traditional, reverential rendition of the Vedic hymns


सिद्धान्तकौमुद्यां तद्धितप्रकरणे अपत्याधिकारात् प्राग्वहतीयम् यावत्।

सिद्धान्तकौमुद्यामुत्तरार्धे सन्नन्तात् लकारर्थप्रकरणं यावत्।

परिभाषेन्दुशेखरे ५१-१३३ परिभाषाः (अवशिष्टपरिभाषाः)

अष्टाध्यायीवृत्तिग्रन्थस्य काशिकायाः प्रथमाध्यास्य प्रथमपादस्थानां सूत्राणामध्ययनम्।

Laghusiddhāntakaumudī_1 is an introductory course in Pāṇini's system of grammar. It is designed for the beginners with no prior knowledge of the subject. Medium of instruction is English, except for the first few sessions, which is in simple Sanskrit interspersed with English explanation wherever necessary. This scheme is adopted to make the beginning auspicious, by resorting to the language of gods (Devabhāṣā). Classes are more or less in the interactive mode. The present module LSK-1 consists of the first two chapters of Laghusiddhāntakaumudī, namely:

  1. Saṃjñāprakaraṇam (the first chapter, where code words are given)
  2. Acsandhiprakaraṇam (the second chapter which deals with the euphonic combinations of vowels)

Alaṅkāraśāstropakaṇṭham is a primer to the Indian rhetoric. Dr.Venkataramana Bhat, Assistant Professor, Department of Sanskrit Philosophy is the author of the booklet. Dr.Bhat is a gifted Aṣṭāvadhānī, and an exceptional scholar in Sahitya (Indian rhetorics) with expertise in several disciplines of Sanskrit learning. The book, consists of short chapters which excellently convey the gist of all the important aspects a beginner in the science ought to know. It contains eight chapters known as Vallarīs. In the programme MA Integrated in Sanskrit (MAIS), Alaṅkāraśāstropakaṇṭham is a three credit course which includes also the hymns composed in Sanskrit by Swami Vivekananda.

  • Concept of climate model
  • Development of the concept of modelling approaches
  • Different types of climate model and 
  • Experiments over climate models
  • CMIP and RCP approach
  • Scenarios of climate modelling
  • Concept of downscalling and its' classifications

Enhancing communication and expression in English – an experiential online course for the students of M.A. Yoga