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Department : Sanskrit, Pali & Prakrit

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Research highlights:
Faculty Positions:
Name:Dr. Renu Bala
Areas of Interest / Specialization(a) Area of Interest - (i) Study of Ancient Sanskrit Literature in Modern Scenario especially to promote values and challenge social evils. (b) Area of Specialization- (i) Classical Sanskrit Literature, Ved & Upanishad.
Areas of Interest / SpecializationSpecialization: Sanskrit Literature, Sanskrit Bhasha Shastra and Grammar, Sanskrit Literature on Sikh Gurus.
Interest: 1. Indian Roots of English Vocabulary.
2. Sanskrit Derivations of words of Indian Languages.
3. Creative Sanskrit Writings, Traditional Sanskrit Tunes.
Since 1988 as a JRF UGC and 1990 as a Teacher in the Deptt. of Sanskrit, actively engaged in Research Work. Completed Ph.D. on "Description of Sikh Gurus in Sanskrit Literature : A Critical Study." Guiding Ph.D. and M.Phil. Dissertations. Research Publications
Name:Dr. Dalbir Singh
Areas of Interest / Specializationi. Sanskrit Derivation of English and Punjabi WOrds, ii. As Sanskrit Poet. to spread the message of unity, equality & environmental awarensess
Areas of Interest / SpecializationThe research work remained for used on various aspects of Sanskrit Literature - Vedic Literature, Classical Sanskrit Literature, Sanskrit Literature on Sikh Gurus such as Comparative Study of Languages with special reference to Panjabi, National Harmony, Relevance of Nitigranths in modren prespective, Contribution of Panjab to Sanskrit Literature, U.G.C. Major Research Projet as a Co-Investigator on "Panjab as a repository and Source of Sanskrit Literature, assisted in another Research Project on Western Pahari's Kahloori Dialect