02-26-2015, 07:40 PM
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee announced Wednesday scene up a University of Sanskrit in the state. University called 'Pascha Banga Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya' and a special committee has been formed under Narsingh Prasad Bhaduri to prepare a report on the cost, location and other important details related to it.
Sanskrit is taught in universities, but there is no independent university dedicated to learning this ancient language. Early nineteenth century a Sanskrit University was established in the city to teach Sanskrit to both Indian and British officers. It has been decided that the University will come under the scope of existing sources informed new. After Vishvavidayalaya Puri Jagannath Sanskrit and Sanskrit Kumar Bhaskar Varman and former University studies at the University of Bengal Nalbari, Assam will be the third Sanskrit University in eastern India.
The Bengal government has been active in the creation of educational organizations and new ad add another feather to Corona.Publicat minister to his Facebook page "I am happy to share with you what we'll be putting the up a new Sanskrit University for the first time in the state. This will give a huge fillip for studies and research on one of the oldest languages known to humanity. "
Also, Mamta laid the first stone of the campus of Priyamvada Birla South Point School in southeast of the city Mukundapur. The state government has 6.65 acres of land for the new integrated campus that can accommodate 15,000 students and 575 staff.