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Official Website of Uluberia College

Uluberia, Howrah,

West Bengal, India

  • Main Gate Area

    Main Gate Area

    Main Entrance Area of the College. This photo was taken from the main entrance area.

    Photo courtesy : A. k. Ghosh

    October 10, 2013

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  • NAAC Peer Team Visit 2014

    NAAC Peer Team Visit 2014

    NAAC Peer Team Visit. The team is browsing the campus

    Photo courtesy : Tapas Kr. Sen, Ex-Student

    January 3, 2014

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  • NAAC Peer Team Visit -2014

    NAAC Peer Team Visit -2014

    NAAC Peer Team Visit. The team is browsing the campus

    Photo courtesy : Tapas Kr. Sen, Ex-Student

    January 3, 2014

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  • NAAC PEER Team visit 2014

    NAAC PEER Team visit 2014

    NAAC Peer Team is addressing in the Alumni and Parents meet 2014.

    Photo courtesy : Tapas Kr. Sen, Ex. Student

    January 3, 2014

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  • College Building at Dawn

    College Building at Dawn

    Main Building of the College. This photo was taken from the main entrance area.

    Photo courtesy : A. k. Ghosh

    October 10, 2013

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  • Hostel and Old Adam Building

    Hostel and Old Adam Building

    This photo was taken at noon from the North-East corner of the College Campus.

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    October 10, 2013

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  • Main Gate

    Main Gate

    Main Entrance Area of the College. This photo was taken from the main entrance area.

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    October 10, 2013

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  • Old Building

    Old Building

    Old Building near about 60 years back.

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  • College Re-Union 2014

    College Re-Union 2014

    An Ex Student is performing at the reunion.

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    January 5, 2014

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Sanskrit Department Profile

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Department of Sanskrit

 

Sanskrit is one of the ancient languages of the world having its origin in the Vedic India. Most of the ancient texts of the Hindus as well as the later Budhhists are written in Sanskrit. Both in the ancient and medieval India most of the literary works were written in Sanskrit though in the colonial India due to certain reasons the popularity of this language decreased. But in the modern world there is a growing demand for this language and in to-day’s world it is one of the most cultivated language among the learned men.
Uluberia College introduced Sanskrit as a General subject in the year 2008 and the Honours course started from the year 2010.

 

Courses Offered
Undergraduate level: B.A Honours and General (Regular of CU)
Postgraduate level: M.A in Sanskrit (DDE of VU).

Faculty Profile

Swati Sarkar

Smt. Swati Sarkar
M.A., M.Phil.,B.Ed
Lecturer in Sanskrit (C.W.T.T)

 

Publications:
Rabindra bhabnae meghdut, published in “Quest”: a bi-lingual academic journal, Vol 6, ISSN 2319-2151, published by Uluberia College.

 

Dr. Hemanta Tripathi
M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D.
Kavya and Byakarana Tirtha.
Lecturer in Sanskrit (C.W.T.T)
 
Publications:

  • Tripathi,hemanta, 2014),”Dharmasasrtyasraddhavyavsthasu Sraddha;Manvikamulyabodhadristyatasya Upayogacsa”,Revisiting Oriental Values,Sidho-Kanho-Birsha University,page205-209
  • Tripathi,hemanta,(2013),”Dharmatattvam”,Sanskrit-bharati,Calcutta University,page-162-170.
  • Tripathi,hemanta,(2013)”Nyamate Sabdabodh”,Sanskrit-bharati,Calcutta University,page175-182.
  • Tripathi,hemanta,(2012),”Ihajanmani Papaksayopayah”,Sunrta,Mahishadal Raj College,Page124-127.
  • Tripathi,hemanta,(2011),”Kautiyoktadisamatyniyukthi”,Sanskrit Sahitya Parishat patrika,Vol.No.LXXXXIII,NOS.1-4,Page182-187.
  • Tripathi,hemanta,(2011),”,Prachnasmskritasahithe Vijhana O Prayukti”,Chemistry For Mankind,Uluberia College,page103-105.
  • Tripathi,hemanta,(2010)”Samskarah”,Quest,Uluberia College,Vol.5,page16-20.

Book:
“Prerana” A book published by Kar,R.,N,anda,R.,Tripathi,H., 2012.



Paper present:
State level (05), National level (08) and International level (02).

 

Student-Teacher Ratio (programme wise):  1:50 (approx) Honours, 1: 120 (approx) General.

 

Activities of the Department:

  1. Guardians’ meetings are arranged on a regular basis.
  2. Class tests are taken besides mid-term and Pre-final test.
  3. Students are encouraged to participate in several extensional works carried out by the NSS wing of the college.
  4. The department organizes Students’ seminars and cultural programs every year.

The strength of the department lies in its good relationship between the teachers and the students and the willingness of the students to learn the language. The students perform well in their University Examinations.
In order to meet the need of the increasing numbers of students the department requires more teachers. We have no full time sanctioned post in our Department.

Sanskrit as an ancient language of India opens up several opportunities for the students who want to pursue higher studies and devote themselves in research work. There are also job opportunities in different Academic and Research Institutions and also in the Government sector. 

In the present scenario of society where everybody is running after material comfort and benefits it is our challenge to motivate the students to discover the true spirit of our beloved country and to unveil the treasures imbedded in Sanskrit language &literature.