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Central Board of Secondary Education directs National Eligibility Test for determining the eligibility for Indian candidates as Assistant Professor only or Junior Research Fellowship & Eligibility for Assistant Professor both in Indian colleges and universities .


UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus








For the syllabus , here is the attachment

List of few books are given below :

UGC-NET Sanskrit Guide (Paper 2 and 3)
By Ranjana GuptaList Price: Rs.360

UGC Net/JRF/Set Sanskrit 2nd session PB
By Dwivedi D K

UGC NET/JRF/Slet Sanskrit Tratiya Prashn Patr
By Mitlas PandeyList Price: Rs.280

UGC/NET/JRF/Sanskrit
By Pandey M

UGC-NET/JRF SANSKRIT
By Upkar Prakashan – Editorial Board

UBH Modern UGC NET/SLET : Sanskrit
By Upkar Prakashan – Editorial Board

UGC-NET/JRF/SLET Sanskrit (Paper-II)
By Dharmendra Kumar Dwived

UGC-NET/JRF/SLET Sanskrit (Paper-II)
By Dr. Mithilesh Pandey

UGC-NET/JRF/SLET Sanskrit (Paper-III)
By Dr. Mithilesh Pandey
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Can you provide me the syllabus of Sanskrit subject for UGC NET (National Eligibility Test) as I need it for preparation of the exam, please help me with this?
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The syllabus of Sanskrit subject for UGC NET (National Eligibility Test) is as follows:


Unit - I
Vedic-Literature

(a) General Introduction of Vedic Literature:
• Main theories regarding the Vedās : Maxmüller; A.Weber; Jacobi ; Balgangadhar Tilak;
M.Winternitz ; Indian traditional views.
• Saṁhitā Literature
• Dialogue Hymns: Pururavā-Urvaśī; Yama-yamī; Saramā-Paṇi ; Viśvāmitra-Nadī
• Brāhamaṇa-Literature
• Āraṇyaka Literature
• Vedāṅgas: Śikșā; Kalpa; Vyākaraṇa; Nirukta; Chandas; Jyotișa

Unit - II
(b) Specific Study of Vedic Literature:
• Study of the following hymns:
 Ŗgveda : Agni (1.1); Varuṇa (1.25); Sūrya (1.125); Indra (2.12); Uṣas (3.61);
Parjanya (5.83); Kitava (10.34); Jñāna (10.71); Puruṣa (10.90); Hiraṇyagarbha
(10.121); Vāk (10.125); Nāsadīya (10.129);
 Śuklayajurveda : Śivasaṁkalpa , Chapter-34 (1-6)
 Prajāpati-Chapter-23 (1-5)
 Atharvaveda : Rāṣṭrābhivardhanam (1.29); Kāla (10.53); Prithivī (12.1)
• Brāhmaṇa Literature
 Subject-matter; Vidhi and its types; Agnihotra; Agniṣṭoma; Darśapūrṇamāsa ;
Yajña; Pañcamahāyajña; Akhyāna (Śunahśepa , Vāṅmanas)
• Upaniṣad Literature:
 Subject-matter and main concepts with special reference to the following
Upaniṣads ;
 Īśa; Kaṭha; Kena; Bṛhadārṇyaka ; Taittirīya; Śvetāśvatara
• Vedic Grammar; Nirukta and Vedic interpretation
• Ṛkprātiśākhya : Definitions of Samānākṣara ; Sandhyakṣara; Aghoṣa; Soṣman;
Svarabhakti ; Yama ; Rakta; Saṁyoga; Pragṛhya ; Riphita
• Nirukta (Chapters-I & 2)
• Four-fold division of Padas-Concept of Nāma; Concept of Ākhyāta ; Meaning of
Upasargas; Categories of Nipātas.
• Purposes of the study of Nirukta
• Principles of Etymology
• Etymology of the following words:
Āchārya; Vīra; Hrada; Go; Samudra; Vṛtra; Āditya; Uṣas; Megha; Vāk; Udak;
Nadī; Aśva; Agni; Jātavedas; Vaiśvānara; Nighaṇtu
Nirukta (Chapter-7; Daivatakāṇḍa)
Vedic Accent- Udātta, Anudātta and Svarita


Syllabus of Sanskrit UGC NET (National Eligibility Test)





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