Manuscripts Will Be Preserved With The Help Of Government In Sanskrit University

Cooperation will be made from the government level for the preservation and promotion of manuscripts kept in Sampurnanand Sanskrit Bhawan. Along with this, the process of appointment of teachers on contract will be started soon in the secondary schools of Sanskrit. Scholarship will also be increased in the university. State Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma told Vice Chancellor Prof. After talking to Hareram Tripathi, he has spoken of extending all possible cooperation at the government level. The Vice Chancellor informed that the Deputy Chief Minister has directed the Higher Education Department to extend the scholarship as well as to cooperate for conservation-promotion, critical editing and publication of manuscripts in Saraswati Bhavan. The Vice Chancellor spoke to the Additional Chief Secretary, Higher Education Department, Monica S Garg, in which the Secretary has asked to prepare a proposal under the Center for Excellence Program and send it to the government. He said that special attention is being paid to the conservation of manuscripts under the new education policy. The Vice Chancellor informed that Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma will attend the Amrit Mahotsav Sanskrit week on August 25 as the chief guest in the online function. All India Organization Minister Dr. Dinesh Kamat, special guest Dr. Pankaj L Jani, Officer on Special Duty to the Governor and Maharishi Panini and Vice Chancellor of Vedic Sanskrit University, Ujjain (MP) Prof. C Vijay Kumar Menon will also join.
Specialists will be nominated in the appointment of teachers
The exercise of appointment of teachers on contract in Uttar Pradesh Secondary Sanskrit Schools has also started. In order to make the appointment process transparent, two of the experts to be nominated from the government level will be from Sanskrit University. The Vice-Chancellor said that after talking to the Deputy Chief Minister, the names of two experts would be decided and sent to the government. Interviews will be conducted through Sanskrit medium to create transparency.

Cooperation will be made from the government level for the preservation and promotion of manuscripts kept in Sampurnanand Sanskrit Bhawan. Along with this, the process of appointment of teachers on contract will be started soon in secondary schools of Sanskrit. Scholarship will also be increased in the university. State’s Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma told Vice Chancellor Prof. After talking to Hareram Tripathi, he has spoken of extending all possible cooperation at the government level. The Vice Chancellor informed that the Deputy Chief Minister has directed the Higher Education Department to extend the scholarship as well as to cooperate for conservation-promotion, critical editing and publication of manuscripts in Saraswati Bhavan. The Vice Chancellor spoke to the Additional Chief Secretary, Higher Education Department, Monica S Garg, in which the Secretary has asked to prepare a proposal under the Center for Excellence Program and send it to the government. He said that special attention is being paid to the conservation of manuscripts under the new education policy. The Vice Chancellor informed that Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Dinesh Sharma will attend the Amrit Mahotsav Sanskrit week on August 25 as the chief guest in the online function. All India Organization Minister Dr. Dinesh Kamat, special guest Dr. Pankaj L. Jani, Officer on Special Duty to the Governor and Maharishi Panini and Vice Chancellor of Vedic Sanskrit University, Ujjain (MP) Prof. C Vijay Kumar Menon will also join.

Specialists will be nominated in the appointment of teachers

The exercise of appointment of teachers on contract in Uttar Pradesh Secondary Sanskrit Schools has also started. In order to make the appointment process transparent, two of the experts to be nominated from the government level will be from Sanskrit University. The Vice-Chancellor said that after talking to the Deputy Chief Minister, the names of two experts would be decided and sent to the government. Interviews will be conducted through Sanskrit medium to create transparency.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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