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Department of Sanskrit Nyaya

The department of Sanskrit Nyaya is established in 1993 and belongs to the Faculty of Indian Logic.

Faculty members are good academic qualities, members are interested in Research, Significant contribution made in the field of Nyaya by the faculty and students through publications. Department of Sanskrit Nyaya conducted seminar, workshops and extension lecturers try to establish and expand the growing relevance of studies of Sanskrit sastras in various new areas. Any studies and culture is not fruitful without the proper knowledge of Sanskrit. Knowledge of Nyayasastra is very important to understand the essence of other Sastras. Our department study the new areas of Philosophy, language studies, technical studies etc.. Our faculty members published a number of books and journals related with Sanskrit sastras.

Future plans of the department include:

  • Deapertment have decided to conduct job oriented programmes like Navyanyaya and computer
  • Department conducted to connect Nyayasastra and modern sciences (eg-Atomic theory, Causation theory etc) reconstruct our syllabus related to these subjects.
  • To undertake new projects with the help of National and International funding Agencies.
  • To conduct seminar (National and International) and to convene workshops extension lecturers.
  • To publish Journals, Nyayasastra and related subjects.
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About Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit

The University was established two decades ago in the name of the illustrious Indian philosopher Jagad Guru Adi Sankara in his place of birth at Kalady. The basic objective of the University is to impart knowledge in various branches of Sanskrit, Indology, Indian culture, Indian and Foreign languages, Indian philosophy, Fine Arts and Social Sciences and to promote the study and research in Sanskrit and other systems of Indian knowledge. As a centre of cultural heritage and a house for indigenous art forms, the University is envisioned to harmonize the society through educational excellence.