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Dr. Sarath P. Nath
1987 ,  Assistant Profeddor, Dept. of Sanskrit, Baselius College, Kottayam

Working as Assistant Professor with seven years of experience teaching undergraduate and post graduate courses in Sanskrit. Extensive knowledge of Sanskrit grammer, linguistics and Sanskrit literature. Actively participate in continued leaning through seminars, professional research and publishing papers. Designed course and syllabus in the under graduate level as the Member of the Baord of Studies in Sanskrit. Believe in students’ ablities to learn and inherent thirst for knowledge with the right environment. Actively work to connect students to their material to transform lives.

 

  1. First Rank in B A Sanskrit.
  2. First Rank M A Sanskrit.
  3. Junior Research Fellowship (JRF) from University Grants Commission (UGC), Government of India for completing PhD.
  4.  First Prize in National Sastra Sadas ( A Traditional Collquium of Sanskrit) Organized by Government Sanskrit College, Thripunithura, Kerala, in 2004 & 2007.

 

 

  1. Board of Studies of Sanskrit, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala.
  2.  Course Coordinator, Kerala sangeet Natak Akademi (2011-2013)
  1. Nath Sarath P. (2012). “Keralathile Vedavidyabhyasathinte Caritram: Oru Anveshanam” (“The History of Vedic Education in Kerala: An Inquiry”). Keralasamskaram: Veekshanavaidhyangal (Kerala Culture: Various Perspective). Pathanamthitta: Dept. of Malayalam, Catholicate College, Kerala.
  1. Nath. Sarath P. “The Relevance of Ecological Study in Saundaryalahri”. National Workshop on Present Trends in Sanskrit and Indology Research, Chinmaya International Foundation, Ernakulam, Kerala, August 2010.
  2. “Kalidasasya Tapovanadarsanam”. All India Kalidasa Samaroha, Vikram University, Ujjain, India, November 2010.
  3. “Thiruvalla and kanthalur Salas”. Two day National Seminar on Medieval Vedic Institutions of Kerala. A Historical and Cultural Study, February. 2012.
  4. “Manuscript Tradition of Nyasa Sastra in Thripunithura”, Two Day National Seminar on Manuscript Studies, May 2012.
  5. “The Concept of Pratibha as Conceived by Bhartrhari”, 46th Session of All India Oriental Conference, University of Kashmir, Srinagar, October 2012.
  6. “Bhattadipika and Bhattarahasya”, National Seminar on Vedic Tradition and Purvamimamsa Philosophy, Kadavalluar Anyonya Parishad, Kerala, November 2012.
  7. “Kudiyattam: Likhita Ranga Pathangal” (Kudiyattam: Script & Theatre). National Seminar organized by the Department of Malayalam, Government College, Kottayam, Kerala, March 2013.
  8. “The Concept of Pratibha as Concieved by Bhartrhari”, National Seminar on India Theories of Verbal Comprehensions & Modern Linguistics, Catholicate College, Pathanamthitta, Kerala, February 2014.
  9. “Linguistic philosophy of Sentence & Sentence-Meaning: Persepective of Bhartrhari”, National Seminar on Syntax & Vakyapdiya, Govrnment Sanskrit College, Trivandrum, February 2015.
  10. “The Philosophy of Sentence & Sentence-Meaning: Perspective of Bharatrhi”, Three Day National Seminar on Linguistic Studies in Changing Scenario, Sree Sankara University of Sanskrit, Kalady, Kerala, March 2017.
  11. Participated and Presented several topics in many National Sastra Sadas (Traditional Sanskrit Colloquium).
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