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With new job opportunities, interest in studying ancient Indian languages is reviving

Apart from the traditional job of a teacher, several career paths are opening up for students who study languages, including the option of working as a translator in various departments.

UP government to now issue press releases in Sanskrit also

Senior officials of the Information Department said the important speeches of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and government information will be released also in Sanskrit, along with Hindi, English and Urdu.

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Make Sanskrit India's official language: NCST chairman

National Commission for Scheduled Tribes Chairman Nand Kumar Sai said India would have done better had Sanskrit been made its official language.

Keeping the language alive: The Karnataka village where people still speak in Sanskrit

In this small village, cloistered in the district of Shimoga, on the banks of river Tunga, exists a world that is united by elements of both Vedic times and modern science.

Scholars, not guardians

Sanskrit scholarship must not be trapped in outsider/insider dichotomy. Its task is to understand tradition, engage with other systems.

Haryana: Sanskrit to be reintroduced in colleges

The Haryana government has decided to re-introduce Sanskrit as an elective subject in various government colleges and B.Sc. (Medical) in Government College, Chhachhrauli, from the academic year 2018-19.

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Uttarakhand madrassas to teach Sanskrit

The approval to include Sanskrit in the syllabus comes days after the Madrassa Welfare Society of Uttarakhand approached the state government to include Sanskrit as one of the subjects in the syllabus.

Uttarakhand: Group seeks inclusion of Sanskrit in madrasas, board says ‘unfeasible’

“All 207 madarsas that we are connected with, are welcoming of the idea of including Sanskrit in their curriculum," Sibte Nabi, chairperson, MWS, told The Indian Express.

Speaking of Sanskrit

Reports of its death are greatly exaggerated

Govt school in Bhuj introduces Sanskrit from Class I

The students of Shivnagar (Shantinagar) Prathmik Shala 24 in Kutch-Bhuj will study Sanskrit from Class I .

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