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Rahtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeeth Tirupati

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The Vidyapeetha was declared as a Deemed to be a University on the recommendations of the U.G.C under Section 3 of UGC Act by the Government of India in its Gazette dated 16 - 11- 1987, No. F.9-2/85 U-3. The Deemed University was formally inaugurated by the then President of India Sri R. Venkataraman on 26th August, 1989. The Vidyapeetha started functioning as a Deemed University from the academic year 1991 - 92. Since then we have had three eminent Chancellors – M.M.Sri Pattabhirama Sastri,Prof.Ramaranjan Mukherjee and Dr.V.R.Panchamukhi(two terms), and the Vice-Chancellors were Prof.N.S.Ramanuja Tatacharya, Prof.S.B.Raghunathacharya and Prof.D.Prahladachar. Now Prof. Harekrishna Sathapathy took over as Vice-Chancellor.

The Vidyapeetha is now headed by Dr.J.B.Patnaik serving as the Chancellor and Prof. Harekrishna Sathapathy as the Vice-Chancellor of the Vidyapeetha. These details are retrieved from
Mission & Vision
The motto of the Vidyapeetha chosen from Brihadaranyakopanishad as engraved on its emblem Tamasoma jyotirgamaya (lead me unto light from darkness) explicitly focuses on the central purport of education and also speaks of the vision and the idealism for which the Vidyapeetha was established

The Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetha has chalked out ten years Vision Plan for the developmental activities in realising the goals set by the founders. The Vision can be specified in the following lines :

Quality Improvement in Teaching of Sanskrit and Shastras
v Development of innovative teaching methods of Sanskrit.
v Development of Modern Research Methodology in Sanskrit.
v Conducting national level Shastrartha Training Camps.
v Use of modern technology such as Language Lab in the development of teaching and research methodology.

Strengthening of Sanskrit Information through Networking
v To develop Network of institutes, academicians and researchers on Sanskrit through SANSK-NET.
v Popularization of great epics like Valmiki Ramayana and Mahabharata and Puranas like Bhagavatam etc. in all major languages of the World through Internet.
v Promoting traditional shastras and showing their relevance to the contemporary society.

Propagation of Sanskrit -Science Education
v Organizing Sanskrit-Science Exhibition.
v Research on Sanskrit-Science Nexus.
v Establishing a Centre for Sanskrit and Science Studies and development of New Courses in this area.
v Creating a forum for interaction between traditional Sanskrit scholars and Scientists.
v Organising Seminars, Conferences and Workshops on the Sanskrit Science.

Preservation of Indian Heritage, Tradition and Culture
v To conduct extensive survey, collection and preservation of Manuscripts and to publish critical editions.
v To intensify research on Human Consciousness and Yogic Sciences.
v To mould the students of Sanskrit learning into Cultural Ambassadors of India.
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