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Dr. Bipin Kumar Jha has been in academics for the past one and a half decades. With basic education in the traditional Sanskrit education system, Dr. Bipin Kumar Jha is a former student of the (B. A) University of Allahabad, M.A & M. Phil- JNU, New Delhi, Ph. D.-IIT, Bombay, and (Acharya-CSU. D. Litt (Ongoing) from JRRSU. He has 11 years of UG and PG level teaching experience. Dr. Jha has been awarded the Best Abstract award (NIT, Kurukshetra), JRF (UGC), D. S. Gardi (JNU), and Merit awards in all three subsequent years of Graduation (Ewing Christian College, University of Allahabad) Dr. Jha has been invited for several (19) lectures/ keynote addresses in international and national Seminars/Conferences/Refresher courses as a Resource Person/Chair of the Session. He has reviewed, edited, and authored 11 books and around 69 research papers, reviews, and articles, published in various journals in India and abroad. He has presented papers and participated in around 52 National/ international seminars/ conferences/ workshops on Sanskrit and Oriental studies. As a Sanskrit Sevaka, Dr. Jha is involved in spreading Sanskrit. He started the First Sanskrit E-Journal (2009), Sanskrit E-resource Portal (2014), and Video Tutorial series for Sanskrit lovers (2008, Available on YouTube), The First International Webinar Series (2020), The First Sanskrit Interview Series (2020). Previously Dr. Jha was associated as an Assistant Professor (Sahitya) in The Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi from 2011 to 2018, Nalanda University (2018-2021), and Haryana Central University (2021- Till). Dr. Jha is the Shikshan-Pramukh, Sanskrit Bharati, Mahendrgarh, Haryana. READ MORE...

A wise seeker knowing should knowledge acquire, Not involving in words, understanding desire, All are mere words save the Self-realization, Only tiring of speech is all verbalization! तमेव धीरो विज्ञाय प्रज्ञाकुर्वीत ब्राह्मणः। नानुध्यायाद् बहूञ्छब्दान्वाचो विग्लापनं हि तदिति॥, बृहदारण्यकोपनिषदि 4-4-21




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==> Teaching Faculty (2021 to till) : Sanskrit Department, Central University of Haryana, Mahendragarh,
==> Former Faculty (2018-2021)
-Nalanda International University (Under MEA, GoI),
==> Former Faculty (2011-18) : HP & Odisha Campuses of The Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi
==> Founder & Editor (2010- till) : Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal.
==> Editor (Since-2019) & Reviewer (2011-19): Philosophy Study, USA

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EDUCATION: With basic education in the traditional Sanskrit education system, Dr. Bipin Kumar Jha is a former student of the (B. A) University of Allahabad, Allahabad, Jawaharlal Nehru University (M.A & M. Phil- JNU), New Delhi, Indian Institute of Technology (Ph. D.-IIT, Bombay), and (Acharya-Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi. D. Litt (Ongoing) from JRRSU.

TEACHING EX.: He has 11 years (in Central University of Haryana, Nalanda University & Central Sanskrit University) of UG and PG level teaching experience, one year as a member of SFC (in JNU administration), five years as a coordinator in Bharat Sanskrit Parishad, Prayag, and 11 years as a member of editorial board and reviewer committees of several reputed journals of India and abroad.

AWARDS: Dr. Jha has been awarded the Best Abstract award (NIT, Kurukshetra), JRF (UGC), D. S. Gardi (JNU), and Merit awards in all three subsequent years of Graduation (Ewing Christian College, University of Allahabad)

LECTURES- (Total-73): Dr. Jha has been invited for several (19) lectures/ keynote addresses in international and national Seminars/Conferences/Refresher courses as a Resource Person/Chair of the Session.

PUBLICATION BOOKS ETC: (Total- 81) He has reviewed, edited, and authored 11 books and around 69 research papers, reviews, and articles, published in various journals in India and abroad. He has presented papers and participated in around 52 National/ international seminars/ conferences/ workshops on Sanskrit and Oriental studies.

CONTRIBUTION: As a Sanskrit Sevaka, Dr. Jha is involved in spreading Sanskrit. He started the First Sanskrit E-Journal (2009), Sanskrit E-resource Portal (2014), and Video Tutorial series for Sanskrit lovers (2008, Available on YouTube), The First International Webinar Series (2020), The First Sanskrit Interview Series (2020). Previously Dr. Jha was associated as an Assistant Professor (Sahitya) in The Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi from 2011 to 2018, Nalanda University (2018-2021), and Haryana Central University (2021- Till).

EXTRA ACTIVITIES: Dr. Jha has paid an active role in Abhivyakti Program 2000-05 in Kesar Bhavan, Vishva Hindu Parishad Office, Pannalal Road, Allahabad. Shikshan-Pramukh, Sanskrit Bharati, Mahendrgarh, Haryana.

FAMILY: Dr. Jha has been in academics for the past one and a half decades. He belongs to a family of Sanskrit scholars (where three members of the family have been awarded by the Hon’ble President of India for their contribution in the field of Sanskrit). Father- Principal in JNBASM, Central Sanskrit University, Brother – Assistant Commissioner, ADM (Nicobar) and former DSO, SDM, & IRAS.

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ACADAMIC QUALIFICATIONS

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Bachelor of Arts
Master of Arts
Āchárya (MA)
M. Phil
Ph. D.
D. Litt. (ongoing)
NET/JRF 25
NET- 73
SET- Sanskrit












PHILOSOPHY ABOUT TEACHING

    As Swami Vivekanada says education is the manifestation of perfection already in man. Therefore, the only duty of a teacher or the Philosophy of teaching is to remove obstruction from the way. Nurturing the skills, talent and personality of the student in a positive way is the core spirit behind teaching. Our universities are the workshop where the energetic brain is transformed into an excellent resource for the nation. I am fortunate to have educated in the education system started from Guru-Shishya tradition and recently in the advance technology based environment of IIT and JNU. Therefore, as a teacher, I always try to co-ordinate both approaches on one platform. I have firm believe that one side we should protect our great legacy of guru shishya tradition, in which teacher is not a service provider but true torchbearer of life and on the other side, we should mix it with modern technology-based innovation. So that teaching methodology should be innovative as well as value and relevancy based. I always try to apply this innovative approach in my teaching life. For a subject like Sanskrit, this spirit is inevitable. If I get the opportunity to teach in a good institution, I will try to give my best in the national aim of the knowledge revolution. 21stcentury is the age of the knowledge era. So, we should prepare ourselves to take advantage of it in the national interest. Our University and Teaching Community have to play a very important role in it. I will always try to prove myself able to this great job and legacy.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE- 11 Years

Central University of Haryana
2021-Till
Teaching Faculty
2018-2021
Assistant Professor (Cont.)
2012-18
Assistant Professor (Cont.)
2011-12
Research Assistant (Ph.D)
2009-11
Student Tutor (Graduation)
2004-05







RESEARCH AT DOCTOR OF LITERATURE (D. Litt. - JRRSU) LEVEL

  • The title of thesis is tentatively proposed to Jagadguru Ramanandacharya Rajasthan Sanskrit University – “Relevance of Synonyms used in Sanskrit Literature and its Technical Dimensions. (Special Reference to the Synonyms used in Bhāravi and Bhāsa Texts)” . In this research the focus is laid on the synonyms of words, which are used in the text of the great scholar Bhāravi and Bhāsa. A tool is proposed to develop on the base of this research. It will help forthcoming research in this area.

RESEARCH AT DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (Ph. D- IIT BOMBAY) LEVEL

  • The main objective of this research is to present a well-defined and scientific tool to trace, analyze the extension, depth, and frequency of ambiguity of Tatsama (Sanskrit-like) words. It is a herculean task to remove the problem of ambiguity through a computational tool because it demands the artificial intelligence of a computer program which is too far to achieve. The tool OTASH (Online Tatsama Analyzing System for Hindi) can give all the possible details related to semantic changes of a Tatsama word. It is an open-ended tool. OTASH permits to insert of thousands of more words in the database which are useful for further research. It can be edited, enriched easily.
  • In contemporary times, several words from different languages have been adopted in the Sanskrit language and literature. For example- plegaḥ (plague), rivālhvaraḥ (revolver), paiṇṭaṃ (pant), cāyaṃ (tea), pleṭaphārmaṃ (platform), ṭikaṭaṃ (ticket), klarkāḥ (clerk) {Bhavitavyānāṃ dvārāṇi bhavanti sarvatra, an autobiography by Prof. Satyavrat Shastri p. 301-02}. They are well used in our day-to-day life. The current research focuses on such Tatsama (Same as Sanskrit) words only.
  • In this research, work focus has been made on Sanskritization (to be brought into Sanskrit corpus) of words taken from different languages, Classification of Tatsama words, and Identification of Ambiguous Tatsama Words.
  • Sanskritization: It is also followed in the context of foreign-origin words and country-born words. This will subsequently lead towards the enrichment of the lexicon of Tatsama. This Sanskritization certainly follows the rules of Sanskrit grammar. Nāgeśabhaṭṭa has also discussed the process of Sanskritization in his well-known text Vaiyākaraṇasiddhāntalaghumañjūṣā. According to him, words like kūcī, kuñcī which are not purely Sanskrit and are used in society may be treated as Sanskrit words. For example, we may see that those words which are taken from foreign languages are included after giving the structure of Sanskrit e.g., kampyūṭarīkṛta, plāṣṭikapraṇayaḥ. These words have followed the structure of Sanskrit- (kampyūṭar+root kṛ +cvi suffix). After that, we see such words as an adjective i.e., kampyūṭarīkṛta ārakṣaṇakendra (computerized reservation counter). The creation of such new words in Hindi related to science, technology, and new research can be created by standardization.
  • Classification: Nāma-Ākhyāta-Upasarga and Nipāta give a well established grammatical structure for categorization of Tatsama. This helps to reduce unreasonable ambiguity related to the classification of Tatsama. It will also make a systematic mechanism for the classification of Tatsama words. This subsequently helps to recognize all Tatsama words without any exception.
  • Identification: To Identify the Ambiguous Tatsama Words, a Computational tool has been developed. This tool works with Unicode inputs. Currently, it is compatible with the Hindi language; it can be extended for any language with Unicode inputs.
  • Designed and Developed Computational Tool: This tool is helpful for Machine translation, as it can identify the Ambiguous Tatsama Words. The multidimensional utility of the Online Tatsama Analyzing System for Hindi has been effectively brought out in this research work.

RESEARCH AT MASTER OF PHILOSOPHY (M. Phil. - JNU) LEVEL

  • Shaivism is one of the major Hindu Traditions that worships Lord Shiva. In this tradition, Shiva or Rudra is the Supreme Being. It has different branches, which follow the Yoga & Tantra Tradition too. One of the branches is called Kashmir Shaivism. It was developed in the north part of India.
  • My Master of Philosophy is based on the notion of Pramata ‘The Knower’ in Kashmir Shaiva Philosophy. In the thesis, the seven stages of Pramata have been discussed. The literary references have been examined based on the seven stages of Pramata.

UNIVERSITY GRANT COMMISSION (NET & JRF) & Other Research Fellowships

  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Indian Council of Social Science Research, ( ICSSR ), Students’ Stress Managing Technique Demonstrated in the Texts of Kalidasa approved for 2020-21.
  • NET & JRF -25, Sanskrit (Modern stream), UGC, 2008
  • National Eligibility Test NET-73, Sanskrit (Traditional Subjects), CBSE, 2015
  • State Eligibility Test SET-HP, Himachal Pradesh Service Commission), 2018
  • Delhi Adult Summer Intensive Placement Test. British Council, Delhi, 13th June 2019

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS: POSITION HELD (Teaching Experience Eleven years)

  • 2021-Till Teaching Faculty, Department of Sanskrit, School of Humanities and Social Science, Central University of Hariyana, Mahendrgarh, Hariyana. Teaching UG & PG (Medium- Hindi/Sanskrit).

  • 2018-21 Teaching Fellow, School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy & Comparative Religions, Nalanda University, (An International University under Ministry of External Affairs), Institute of National Importance, Rajgir, Bihar-803116, Teaching Post Graduate Students (Medium- English).

  • 2012-18 Assistant Professor (Contractual basis), Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi India. (Vedavyas Campus, Balahar Himachal Pradesh), (Medium- Sanskrit).

  • 2011-12 Assistant Professor (Contractual basis), Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi India. (Shree Sadashiva Campus, Puri, Odisha) India. Teaching UG & PG (Medium- Sanskrit). (Medium- Sanskrit).

  • 2009-11 Teaching Assistant, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India. (Medium- English).

  • 2004-05 Student Tutor, Ewing Christian (Degree) College, University of Allahabad, Teaching UG students. (Medium- Hindi).

WORK EXPERIENCES

    ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES

    • 2018-2021 Sanyukta Shikshak Sangh Joint Secretary, New Delhi: Sanyukta Shikshak Sangh (Reg1880/18), and Treasurer, (Since 2018)
    • 2018-2021 Nalanda University Exam Coordinator, SBSPCR
    • 2016-17 Central Sanskrit University Administration Class Teacher, Vedvyas Campus, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan (DU), Balahar, HP.
    • 2014-17 GJMS-Administration Adviser, Global Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Jabalpur.
    • 2007-08 JNU Administration Member of Student-Faculty Council (SFC), Special Center for Sanskrit Studies, JNU, New Delhi.

    OTHER PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

    • 2021 –Till DDUC, DU, New Delhi Guest Editor of The Third Eye DDUC, Delhi University, New Delhi
    • 2019-Till DPC, USA Editor, ‘The Philosophy Study’, ISSN 2159-5313, David Publishing Company, USA.
    • 2018-21 Nalanda University Translation Works.
    • 2014-19 Anusandhan Editor, Anusandhan Journal, Bangalore,
    • 2013-13 Central Sanskrit University Warden, Purushottam Boys Hostel.
    • 2011-19 DPC, USA Reviewer, ‘The Philosophy Study’, ISSN 2159-5313, David Publishing Company, USA.
    • 2012-18. Dept. of Sahitya, HP Associate Editor, Departmental Journal, Vedvyas Campus of Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), HP.
    • 2011 IIT Bombay Translator (English to Sanskrit), Talk to a Teacher, Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT-Bombay, (Under HRDM).
    • 2011-12 Dept. of Sahitya, Puri Associate Editor, Sahityasaurabham, Departmental Journal, Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), Puri.
    • 2010-Till. Sarasvat-Niketanam Founder and Editor, First Sanskrit E-journal Jahnavi ISSN 0976 – 8645), UGC Approval number- 41039.
    • 2010-13 Sambhāvya Associate Editor, Research Journal of Indian Cultural, Social and Educational-Stream Sambhāvya (Reg. No: 653/2010-11 ISSN 0976-9358).
    • 2009-11 IIT Bombay Teaching Assistant, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences IIT Bombay.
    • 2004-05. University of Allahabad Student Tutor, Ewing Christian (Degree) College, University of Allahabad.
    • 2001-05. Bharat Sanskrit Pariśad Coordinator, (Abhivyakti kāryakrama), Naini & Gaughat, Prayag.

RESEARCH SUPERVISION- Five students



  • 1 Vietnam Mr. Truong Ngoc Hoa, “Role of Five Aggregates for Stress Management” School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy & Comparative Religions, Nalanda University, Rajgir, Bihar, Awarded-2021.

  • 2 México Mr. José Roberto Rubio Rocha, “The Concept of Kṣaṇa in Yogācāra Texts” South Asia and Africa Studies from El Colegio de México under supervision of Roberto E. García. Awarded-2020.

  • 3 Cambodia Mr. Hok Chheangkhy, “The Characteristics of Sanskrit in Khmer Language, School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy & Comparative Religions, Nalanda University, Rajgir, Bihar, Awarded-2020.

  • 4 India Mr. Abhishek Tripathi, “Analysis of Mindfulness in Eastern Wisdom ", with Special Reference to Unman –Supra Rational Level of Pure Consciousness in Hatha Yoga., School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy & Comparative Religions, Nalanda University, Rajgir, Bihar, Awarded-2020.

  • 5 India Mr. Bhupesh Goyal, “From Rākṣasī to Śakti: A Study of Some Aspects of the Cult of Goddess Jarā in Rajgir”. School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy & Comparative Religions, Nalanda University, Rajgir, Bihar, Awarded-2019.

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • 1 D. Litt. Sanskrit Literature, Philosophy of Language, Computational Sanskrit.
  • 2 Ph. D Sanskrit Literature, Philosophy of Language, Computational Sanskrit.
  • 3 M. Phil. Indian Philosophy (Kashmir Shaivism)
  • 4 Āchārya (PG) Sanskrit Literature & Literary Theories
  • 5 Post graduation Sanskrit in General, Pali-Prakrita Language and Literature.
  • 6 Graduation Sankrit, Philosophy, and Anc. History.
  • 7 Certificate in Pali Language Pali Language & Literature

AREAS OF TEACHING INTEREST

  • 1 Nalanda University Sanskrit Language, Buddhist Studies, Indian Philosophy, Comparative Religions, Qualitative Research Mathodology
  • 2 Central Sanskrit University Sanskrit Language & Literary theories, Text & Interpretation, Computer Application for Sanskrit

AREAS OF RESEARCH INTEREST

  • My research mainly employs an inter-disciplinary approach and lies on the interface of Indian Philosophy, Sanskrit Language & Literary theories and Computational Sanskrit, Buddhist Studies, Vedic Management, Ancient Indian Ecology, Qualitative Research Methodologies, and Comparative Religions.

PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS-15

  • AUTHORED 07
  • EDITED 04
  • REVIEWED 02
  • CHAPTERS 02
  • INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHER-03
  • REPRINT-01

BOOKS AUTHORED-7

  • 7 2021 Basics of Sanskrit Language, Grammar, Composition And Spoken Sanskrit: A Complete Kit For Beginners, (Germany: LAP LAMBERT, Academic Publishing) pages- 585 ISBN-978-620-3-92719-1
  • 6 2021 Basics of Sanskrit Language, Grammar, Composition, and Spoken Gift Pack for Beginners, (Germany: LAP LAMBERT, Academic Publishing) ISBN 978-620-0-46912-0.
  • 5 2019 Catuṣṭayīśabdapravṛttiprabandhaḥ, (New Delhi: Indu Prakashan) ISBN 978-8186863-27-5.
  • 4 2019 Brahmasūtra-Śāṅkarabhāṣyasamuddhṛta Śruti-Smṛti-Vacana-Samīkṣā, (New Delhi: Indu Prakashan) ISBN 978-81-86863-28-2.
  • 3 2019 Śāṅkarapramāvimarśa, (New Delhi: Indu Prakashan) ISBN- 978-81-86863-26-8.
  • 2 2012 Pratyabhijna Darshan mem Pramātāsvarup ki Awadharana, (New Delhi: Manyata Prakashan) ISBN 978-93-83559-07-7. Revised edition of 2019.
  • 1 2010 Phrase Structure with Special Reference to the First Canto of Kirātārjunēyam (Germany: LAP LAMBERT, Academic Publishing) ISBN- 978-3-8465-2034-5.

BOOKS EDITED -4

  • 4 2017 Sāṅkhyatattvakaumudī (New Delhi: Manyata Prakashan) 978-93-83559-95-4.
  • 3 2017 Śāstrakusumāñjaliḥ (New Delhi: Manyata Prakashan), ISBN-978-93-83559-94-7, Revised Edition-2019.
  • 2 2016 Nāṭyālaṅkārataraṅgiṇī (Balahar: Central Sanskrit University) 978-81-925442-8-1.
  • 1 2015 Bhāropīyabhāṣātattvavimarśaḥ (New Delhi: Manyata Prakashan) ISBN-978-81-89149-89-5. Revised edition of 2019.

BOOK REVIEWED-2

  • 2 2011 Review of Mahārāja Maheśa Thākura o Kaṃkālī Bhagavatī (2010) by Dr. Shantinath Singh Thakur, Videha 2229-547X (April 15, 2011).
  • 1 2011 Review of Prakṛti Parikramā (2008), Dr. Mohanath Mishr (ed.) by Acharya Punyanath Mishra, Videha 2229-547X (May 15, 2011).

CHAPTER IN BOOKS-2

  • 2 2015 “Kathāsāhityam.” Laukikasāhityetihāsaḥ, (New Delhi: Central Sanskrit University). 8, 2015, 978-93-85182-05-1
  • 1 2015 “Prasiddharūpakāni.” Laukikasāhityetihāsaḥ, (New Delhi: Central Sanskrit University,). 6, 2015, 978-93-85182-05-1

RESEARCH PUBLICATION

Total 81

  • PROCEEDINGS 08
  • UGC CARED 05
  • UGC LISTED 20
  • PEERED REVIEWD 22
  • ISSN 15
  • IMPACT FACTOR 01

RECENTLY PUBLISHED MAJOR 11 RESEARCH PAPERS

  • 1 “Literary Projection of Nature and Environment in AbhijñānaŚākuntalam Reflection of Faith-Based Care for The Environment”, Interreligious and intercultural Studies, Vol 3 No 1 (2020), University of Indonesia, Bali, Indonesia, April-2020 2654-2706 2020 3 YES NA 66-72
  • 2 Oṃkāra Kā Tātvika Vimarśa Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal 0976-8645 2019 36-37 I YES 41039 56-64
  • 3 Transformation and Significance of Sanskrit (Tatsama) Words Mahatma Gandhi Central University Journal of Social Sciences, MGCUJSS NA 2019 1 I YES NA 34-39
  • 4 A Critical Review on the Notion of Kāla MUSE India 0975-1815 2018 80 1 YES NA 1-10
  • 5 Rāṣṭronnati Hetu Stambhatraya:- Saṃskṛta, Saṃgaṇaka Aura Antaḥkaraṇa Vedavipāśā, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi 2348-7828 2013 1 IV YES 63722 42-44
  • 6 Sāhityaśāstre Ālaṅkārikānāmavadānam Gurukula-Śodha-Bhāratī" Haridwar: Gurukul Kāṅgaḍī Viśvavidyālaya 0974-8830 2016 25 I YES 47915 159-61
  • 7 Theories of false cognition: In the perspective of Indian Philosophy” The Journal of the Ganganath Jha Kendriya Vidyapeeth 0016-4461 2008 1-4 LXIV YES 41017 307-315
  • 8 Tatsama and Its Computational Analyzer (OTASH) Global Journal of Engineering, Science & Social Science Studies 2394-3084 2015 2 1 YES NA 148-60
  • 9 Aham Īkṣe: Bāhyāntarjagataḥ Samanvayasādhako Granthaḥ Śabdajyotiḥ, West Bengal: Akhilabhāratīyagaveṣaṇāpariṣad 2321-0427 2014 1 1 YES 41026 134-37
  • 10 Ambiguity and Tatsama: A Critical Study Global Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies Impact Factor: 2.389 2348-0459 2016 2 5 YES NA 48-54
  • 11 Bhūmaṇḍalīkaraṇa Ke Isa Yuga Meṃ Vaiśvika Saṃrakṣaṇa Hetu Pratyabhijñā Eka Sahaja Vikalpa Sambhāvya, Varanasi: Akhila Bhāratīya Evaṃ Sāhitya Anuśīlana Samiti, Vārāṇasī, RN 0016-9358 0976-9358 1 1 YES NA 103-09

PROCEEDINGS FULL PAPER-08

  • 8 2016 Sāṅkhyamatānurūpa Triguṇātmaka Jagat, In Sāṅkhyayogāayurveda Triveṇīdhārā: National Conference, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University, 978-81-92542-7-4.
  • 7 Kaṭhopaniṣaddiśā Rāṣṭranirmāṇa Samīkṣaṇam" In Niḥśreyasī: National Conference, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University.
  • 6 "Loka The Source of Creating Shastra by the Seers of Truth" In Nāṭyālaṅkārataraṅgiṇī, National Conference, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University, 978-81-925442-8-1.
  • 5 2014 "Ṛṣi Ācāryāyoṃ Kī Cintana Vīthiyām" In Prayatā, P. 183-86, National Conference, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University, 14/978-81-925442-6-7.
  • 4 2013 "Bhāratīyapāścātyadārśanikaprasthāneṣu Jagataḥ Īśvarasya ca Mithaḥ Sambandha" In Advait-Sudha, National Conference, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University, 978-81-925442-3-6. N
  • 3 2012 "Gitanjali- A complete Resource of Self-development." In Sanskruteanuditam Ravindra Sahitya, National Conference, New Delhi: Manyata Prakashan, 978-81-89149-87-1. N
  • 2 2011 "Mohamudgarastotrasya Tailaniko'bhyāsaḥ" In Modern Perspective of Advait Vedant, International Conference, New Delhi: D.K. Print world, 812-460639-0.
  • 1 2009 "Is Kāla a Relative or Absolute entity?" In Saṃskṛta Vāṅmaya Mandākinī, P. 242-250, International Conference, Jaipur: Rāṣṭrīya saṃskṛta sāhitya Kendra.

PUBLICATION- UGC CARED-05

  • 5 "Prātipadikārthavivekaḥ Vedavipāśā, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi 2348-7828 2017 1 I 63722 11-12
  • 4 Dhvanibhedadṛśā Naiṣadhīyacaritāvalokanam Vedavipāśā, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi 2348-7828 2016 1 I 63722 14-15
  • 3 Amarakoṣa Kī Ṭīkāoṃ Meṃ Upalabdha Maithilī Padoṃ Kī Samīkṣā Vedavipāśā, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi 2348-7828 2014 1 I 63722 17-19
  • 2 Rāṣṭronnati Hetu Stambhatraya:- Saṃskṛta, Saṃgaṇaka Aura Antaḥkaraṇa Vedavipāśā, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi 2348-7828 2013 1 IV 63722 42-44
  • 1 Theory of false cognition: In the perspective of Indian Philosophy The Journal of the Ganganath Jha, Allahabad, Jan-Dec, 2008, UGC 41017, 0016-4461 2008 1 LXIV 1-7

UGC LISTED PUBLISHED RESEARCH PAPERS-20

  • 20 2019 UGC -41039 "Advaitavedānta Ke Anusāra Jñānaprakriyā " Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal (UGC- 41039, ISSN 0976-8645) Issue-38th, Year 10, Vol –I (July 16, 2019) P. 74-78
  • 19 2019 UGC -41039 "Oṃkāra Kā Tātvika Vimarśa " Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal (UGC- 41039, ISSN 0976-8645) Issue-36th-37th, Year 10, Vol –I (March 9, 2019) P. 55-64.
  • 18 2017 UGC -41039 Madhyamakāvyavimarśa" Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal (UGC- 41039, ISSN 0976-8645) Issue-30th-31st, Year 07, Vol –III (November 13, 2017) P. 65-70
  • 17 2016 UGC 47915 Sāhityaśāstre Ālaṅkārikānāmavadānam” Gurukula-Śodha-Bhāratī" Haridwar: Gurukul Kāṅgaḍī Viśvavidyālaya, UGC 47915, ISSN 0974-8830. Issue 25 P. 159-161
  • 16 2014 UGC 47915 "Kāvyaprakāśakārābhimatamārthīvyañjanāvivecanam" Gurukula-Śodha-Bhāratī, Issue 22, Gurukula Kāṅgaḍī Viśvavidyālaya, UGC 47915, ISSN 0974-8830, P. 206-210
  • 15 2014 UGC 41026 "Aham Īkṣe: Bāhyāntarjagataḥ Samanvayasādhako Granthaḥ " Śabdajyotiḥ, West Bengal: Akhilabhāratīyagaveṣaṇāpariṣad, UGC 41026, ISSN 2321-0427. P 134-37
  • 14 2014 UGC 41039 "Saṃskṛtasāhityadṛśā Tatsamavivecanapurassaraṃ Sāmāsikasaṃskṛtivimarśaḥ” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, 17th Issue, Jan- 2014, Vol- IV, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 185-89
  • 13 2013 UGC 41039 "Saṃskṛta Patrakāritā: Aitihyavimarśa” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue 15-16, Oct- 2013, Vol- IV, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. 138-43
  • 12 2013 UGC 41039 "Prācīnārvācīnayoḥ Upakārayitrinavyanyāyabhāṣāyāḥ Vartamānakālikīsthitiḥ” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue 13-14, May- 2013, Vol- IV, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 92-96
  • 11 2013 UGC 63723 Mahilānāmutkarṣāya Svayaṃsevisaṃsthānānāṃ Yogadānam” Satyavati, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University, UGC 63723, ISSN 2278-4616.
  • 10 2012 UGC 41039 "Gītā'mṛtatattvānāṃ Vyāvahārikaṃ Viśleṣaṇam, Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue-10, Jan- 2012, Vol- III, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 26-30 (+1)
  • 9 2012 UGC 63723 "Saṃvaidhānikadṛṣṭyā Strīvimarśaḥ” Satyavati, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University, UGC 63723, ISSN 2278-4616. P. 44-46
  • 8 2012 UGC 41039 "Rāṣṭrotkarṣāyaśodhasandarbhe saṃskṛtaṃ praudyogikī ca, Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Sarasvat-Niketanam, 9th issue, Vol-III, Nov, 2012, 2012, UGC 41039, 0976-8645. P. 74-81
  • 7 2011 UGC 41039 "Śabdoṃ Kī Nānārthakatā- Saṃgaṇakīya Bhāṣāvijñāna Ke Mārga Meṃ Eka Avarodha” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue 6, Vol- II May 2011, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 27-30
  • 6 2011 UGC 41039 "Saṃskṛtavāṅmayaparicayapūrvakaṃ Sarakṣaṇopāyacintanam, Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue 8, Vol-II Nov, 2011, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 36-44
  • 5 2011 UGC 41039 "Arthadṛṣṭyā Amarakoṣa Evaṃ Hindīvarḍaneṭa Kā Antarsambandha” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue-7, Vol-II Jul, 2011, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 30-34
  • 4 2011 UGC 41039 "Polysemy Homonoy: Problem and Solution: Special Reference to Amarkosha” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue-05, Vol-II Feb 2011, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 49-55
  • 3 2011 UGC 41039 "Mahābhāṣye Laukikadṛṣṭāntām Upayogitā, Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue 9, Vol- III, Feb, 2011, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 02 (+1)
  • 2 2010 UGC 41039 "Śaivadarśanagatasaptavidha Pramātā” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue-03, Vol- I, Aug 2010, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645.
  • 1 2010 UGC 41039 "A Critical Review on Sphoţa” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue-02, Vol-I, Apr 2010, UGC 41039, ISSN 0976-8645. P. 1-7

PEER REVIEWED WITH ISSN PUBLISHED RESEARCH PAPERS-23

  • 23 2021 “Natha Panthiya yoga evam Manastattva Vimarśa” at DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur
  • 22 “Pātañjalayogānugāmī cittavṛtti svarūpavimarśa”, Śrutidharodaya (Professor Shrutidhar Jha, Commemorative Volume), ISBN 978-81-922514-2-4, New Delhi: Research Medea, 2021. p 393-398
  • 21 2020 “Literary Projection of Nature and Environment in AbhijñānaŚākuntalam- Reflection of Faith-Based Care for The Environment”, Interreligious and intercultural Studies, Vol 3 No 1 (2020), University of Indonesia, Bali, Indonesia, April-2020. pp 66-72
  • 20
  • 2019 Abhinava Bhārata ke Ādhāra:- Bauddha evaṃ Sanātana Dharma” Sthapatyam, Journal of the Indian Science of Architecture and Allied Sciences, New Delhi ISSN 2349-2368, (Sep-2019), P 38-41
  • 19 “Transformation and Significance of Sanskrit (Tatsama) Words.”, MGCU Journal of Social Sciences, MGCUJSS Volume-I, Issue 1, April-September, 2019 Motihari, Bihar: Mahatma Gandhi Central University. P 34-39
  • 18 2018 "A Critical Review on the Notion of Kāla” MUSE India, Issue 80, ISSN 0975-1815 (Jul-Aug 2018), 2018. P 1-9
  • 17 2017 "Ākhyātapadasamīkṣaṇam” Vijñānajharī, Vol-III, Dec 2017, Kanchipuram: SCSVMV, ISSN 2231-5195, P 23-27.
  • 16 2016 "Ambiguity and Tatsama: A Critical Study" Global Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, Impact Factor: 2.389, Vol-5, Issue-2, January 16, Jabalpur: GJMS International Publication House, ISSN 2348-0459. P. 48-54
  • 15 "Hindī Kā Vartamāna Svarūpa Evaṃ Saṃskṛta Kā Prabhāva " Navadhīḥ, Balahar: Central Sanskrit University. P 8-10
  • 14 2015 "Mammaṭābhimata Guṇībhūtavyaṅgya Vimarśa " Anusandhāna, Bangalore: Aisiri Prakashan, ISSN 2395-0528. P65-71
  • 13 "Tatsama and Its Computational Analyzer (OTASH) " GJESSS, Vol 01, Issue 02, January 2015, Jabalpur: GJMS International Publication House, ISSN 2394-3084. P 148-60
  • 12 "Tatsama & False Friend Words: Problems and Solution” Vijñānajharī, Vol-2, Kanchipuram: SCSVMV, ISSN 2231-5195, P 214-217.
  • 11 "Paryāya kī Saṃkalpanā evaṃ Mahattā" Udbodhana, 6, Vol-III, 2014, ISSN 2278-3016
  • 10 2013 "Panditraj Jagannāthadṛśā Abhidhāvimarśaḥ,” Nikasha: Sangamanee, Vol-1, 2, ISSN 2277-6826
  • 9 "Ārthika Sampadā Ke Rūpa Meṃ Samskara: Eka Arthaśāstrīya Vimarśa” Udbodhana, Vol-II, ISSN 2278-3016. P 53-55
  • 8 "Ātmika Unnati Kā Mūlādhāra Ātmābhijñāna” Udbodhana, 4-5, Vol-II, ISSN 2278-3016. P. 1- 4
  • 7 "Svaritamīmāṃsā” Udbodhana, Issue-3, Vol-II, ISSN 2278-3016.
  • 6 2012 "Rasagaṃgādhare Abhidhāyāḥ Vaiśiṣṭyam” Udbodhana, Issue-2, Vol-II, ISSN 2278-3016.
  • 5 "Vaiśvika Dhāraṇīyavikāsa Evaṃ Hamāre Prācīna Dharohara” Udbodhana, Issue-1, Vol-I, ISSN 2278-3016
  • 4 "Saṃskṛtasāhitya Saṃrakṣaṇopāyacintanam” Sahityasaurabham, Puri: Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), Odisha).
  • 3 2011 "Polysemy: In the View of Computational Linguistics, Srujan Prabhat, GVISH, Amravati, Vol-1, Issue-2, June 2011, P. 18-22, 2249-1171.
  • 2 2010 "Bhūmaṇḍalīkaraṇa Ke Isa Yuga Meṃ Vaiśvika Saṃrakṣaṇa Hetu Pratyabhijñā Eka Sahaja Vikalpa” Sambhāvya, Vol. 1/No. 1(April-June), Varanasi: Akhila Bhāratīya Evaṃ Sāhitya Anuśīlana Samiti, Vārāṇasī, RN 0016-9358. ISSN-0976-9358
  • 1 2009 "Bhāratīya Darśana Meṃ Pramātṛsvarūpa” Sambhāṣya, R-332/2009-10, P. 182-188

WITH ISSN PUBLISHED RESEARCH ARTICLES-15

  • 15 2011 "Leṭek-Paricayaḥ Upādeyatā Ca-1” Videha, 15th Feb 2011, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 260-64.
  • 14 "Leṭek-Paricayaḥ Upādeyatā Ca-2” Videha, 1st Mar, 2011, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 668-70
  • 13 "Leṭek-Gaṇitīya-Śikṣaṇapariśīlanam” Videha, 15 Mar, 2011, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 376-81.
  • 12 "Leṭek-Gaṇitīya-Śikṣaṇapariśīlanam” Videha, 1-4 2011, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 181-87.
  • 11 "Kālasyāvadhāraṇā Saṃskṛtavāṅmaye” Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, Issue 9, Vol- III, Feb 2011, UGC 41039, ISSN-0976-8645.
  • 10 "Yāntrika Anuvāda Ā Polisemī-1a” Videha, 15th Jan, 2011, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 348-50.
  • 9 "Yāntrika Anuvāda Ā Polisemī-1” Videha, 15th Jan, 2011, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 348-50.
  • 8 "Yāntrika Anuvāda Ā Polisemī-2” Videha, 1st Feb, 2011, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 149-52
  • 7 2010 "He Hṛdayeśvarī: - Eka Kaṭākṣālocana- 2” Videha, 15.7.10, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 32-34.
  • 6 "He Hṛdayeśvarī :- Eka Kaṭākṣālocana-1” Videha, 1.8.10, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 38-40.
  • 5 2009 "Kathaṃ Saṃskṛtaṃ Saṃskṛtam” Videha, 15.12.09, ISSN 2229-547X, P. 170-173.
  • 4 "Svātantrottarayugīna Saṃskṛtasāhityaka Saṃvardhana Meṃ Mithilāka Bhūmikā” Videha, 15th Nov, 2009, 2009, NA, 2229-547X, P. 169-171.
  • 3 2005 "Vyāvahārikajīvane Gītāyāḥ Upādeyattvam” Ewing Annual, ECC, Allahabad.
  • 2 2004 "Asmadarthaṃ Paryāvaraṇamahattvam, Ewing Annual, ECC, Allahabad.
  • 1 2003 "Kālidāsīyaṃ Prākṛtaṃ Paryāvaraṇam, Souvenir, ABIC, Allahabad.

PARTICIPATION IN CONFERENCES

Total73

  • Invited Lectures 19
  • International 15
  • International Webinars- 06
  • National 23
  • State 01
  • Media-Interview 03
  • E-Workshop- 04
  • Faculty Development Program-02

INVITED LECTURES/SESSIONS CHAIRED- 19

  • 19 2021 Delivered the lecture successfully as an Invited Speaker in The Madhya Pradesh Vigyan Sammelan & Expo (MPVS-2021) collaboration with Vignana Bharati (Vibha) and the MP Council of Science and Technology (MPCST), Conference on Indian Knowledge System a lecture series, organized by Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-Indore) at Takshshila Lecture Hall Complex, IIT Indore Campus through WebEx., Topic: Rāṣṭrotkarṣanimitta Bhāratīya Jñānaparamparā ke Samasāmayika Anuprayoga Hetu ‘Utsa’ kā vimarśa, On 24th December, 2021.
  • 18 2021 Delivered the lecture successfully as an Invited Speaker in a lecture series in Pre- Ph. D. Course by Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga University, Darbhanga, Bihar, Topic: Internet ityādyanuprayogāṇāṃ paricayaḥ., 20.11.2021.
  • 17 2021 Delivered the lecture successfully as an Invited Speaker in a lecture series in Pre- Ph. D. Course by Kameshwar Singh Darbhanga University, Darbhanga, Bihar, Topic: saṃgaṇakam/Mobile kṣetre BHIM, ATM, UPI ityādyanuprayogāṇāṃ paricayaḥ., 13.11.2021.
  • 16 2021 Delivered the lecture successfully as an Invited Speaker in a lecture series by The Museum of Art & Archaeology Triveni, The Contemporaneity of Eternal, Under Dept of Culture, MP., Topic: Bauddha Parampara ki Jivancharya men Panchmahabhuto ka Samanvaya, 04.09.2021.
  • 15 2021 Delivered the lecture successfully as a Resource Person in a workshop by Deogiri College Aurangabad and Sanskrit Dept. University, Maharashtra. Topic: Technical Dimensions of Research Paper Writing: A General Language Research Methodology Referred to Sanskrit, 16.7.2021.
  • 14 2021 Delivered the lecture successfully as an Invited Speaker in the International Conference on Global Contribution of Nãthpanth. Topic Manastattva Evaṃ Nāthapanthīya Yoga: Eka Vimarśa at DDU Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 20-22 March 2021
  • 13 2020 Delivered the lecture successfully (90 Minutes) as a Resource Person in a Refresher Course in Sanskrit. Topic- Prācīnasaṁskṛtagadyakāvyāni. Organized by University of Madras, Chennai. Conducted by Department of Sanskrit (under the aegis of UGC-HRDC, Govt. of India). 10-23 Dec 2020, 14 Dec 2020.
  • 12 2019 Resource Person, Three Days National Workshop on Application of Computer in Sanskrit organized by Midnapore College (Vidyasagar University, West Bengal), Uses of ICT in Sanskrit for Beginners, Dt. 31.08.2019.
  • 11 2019 Guest of Honor, World Sanskrit Day Celebration by Midnapore College (Vidyasagar University, West Bengal), Interrelation of Sanskrit & Computer: Research Possibilities in the Global Perspectives. Dt. 29.8.2019.
  • 10 2019 Sarasvat Atithi, National Conference on Gandhian Thought Modern Methodology of Education and Terrorism, Abhinava Bhārata Ke Ādhāra:- Ekādaśavrata Evaṃ Aṣṭāṃgika Mārga, Shree Sadashiva Campus, Central Sanskrit University, 25-26 03-2019
  • 9 2018 Sarasvat Atithi, Public Talk on “Exploration of the Practical Significance of the Syllable Om”, Omkareshwar Temple Trust along with the collaboration of the District Administration of Khandwa, Government of MP, India, 30-12.2018.
  • 8 2018 Chair of the session, A National Conference on “Satya Siddhanta Prakash” Jatela Dham, Jhajjar, Hariyana with Collaboration of Hariyana Grantha Acadamy, Public Talk on “Vishva Patha-Pradarshaka- Swami Nitanand Sahitya”, 24-25/03/2018.
  • 7 2017 Chair of the session, International Seminar, MDU, Rohtak, Rāmāyaṇa Meṃ Gatirodha-Prabandhana Evaṃ Samasāmayika Sandarbha, 18/09/17
  • 6 2017 National Seminar on Vyākaraṇa, Central Sanskrit University, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Vyākaraṇadarśanābhimataṃ Dhātvarthavivecanam, 7-8/10/2017.
  • 5 2017 A National Workshop on Jyotish, Central Sanskrit University, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Kālidāsakṛtiṣu Karmavicāraḥ, 17/03/17-24/03/17.
  • 4 2017 National Conference on Sanskrit Sāhitya, Himachal Pradesh Sanskrit Academy, Shimala, Ācāryaharimammaṭadṛśā Ca Rasavimarśaḥ, 22-23/04/2017
  • 3 2014 Śaivadarśana-Sāhityaśāstraparamparayoḥ Saṃvardhane Kāśmīrāṇāṃ Yogadānam, Śrī Raṇavīr Campus, J & K, Kāśmīraśaivadarśana Evaṃ Pramātṛsvarūpa, 19-21/ 03/2014.
  • 2 2013 Chair of the session, Bhāratīya-Vaideśikabhāṣāṇāṃ Kṛte Saṃskṛtasya Yogadānam, Pune University, Saṃgamaner, Tatsama Ke Pariprekṣya Meṃ Maithilī Evaṃ Paṃjābī Śabdoṃ Kā Vyāvahārika Anuprayoga, 13-15/12/ 2013.
  • 1 2012 Competition Training Workshop, Career Counseling, and Placement Cell, Central Sanskrit University, HP, An Introduction to Computational Sanskrit, 19/12-28/12/2012.

E- WORKSHOP/WEBINARS- 04

  • 5 2020 One Day Webinar on "Yoga and the Healing Power of Contemplative Dialog" Organized by the Hindu University of America, Orlando, Florida, the United States on April 11, 2020.
  • 4 2020 One Day Webinar with Prof. P.D Jose, Chairperson, Digital Learning & Strategy, IIM Bangalore on Leveraging technology to ensure continuity in examinations Focal theme “How can technology ensure continuity in examinations and learning?” Organized y Mettl Team, Delaware, the USA on 9.4.2020.
  • 3 2020 05 days’ workshop on Learning Mithilakshar by Dr. Bhavanath Jha, Organized by Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal, 15-20/04/2020.
  • 2 2020 15 Days Workshop on Learning Sharda Lipi by Core Sharda Team Organized by Vyom Linguistic Labs Foundation, Karnataka, 03-04-20202 to 18-4-2020.
  • 1 2020 Three Days Workshop on Online Learning for Faculty: what You Need to Know and Prepare for a Successful Transition of Your Curriculum. Organized by QASPIR: Quality Assurance Strategic Planning Institutional Institutional Research. with the Association of Indian Universities. 1-3 Apr 2020, (Registration fee to be borne by Nalanda University).

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM-2

  • 2 FDP ICT based Learning and Developing MOOCs for Teaching Process in Higher Education organized by the Teaching Learning Centre (TLC), Ramanujan College in the collaboration with the SST College, University of Mumbai 29-12-20 to 04-01-21
  • 1 FDP on Next-Generation Firewall ICT Academy on 29th May 2020 1 day

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES- 15

  • 15 2020 Abstract Accept. International Conference on Values: East and West, Zhichenkhar in Thimphu, 20-24 April 2020, Organized by the Centre for Bhutan & GNH Studies, Royal Government of Bhutan, Thimphu, Bhutan
  • 14 International Seminar, University of Indonesia, Bali, Indonesia, Literary Projection of Nature and Environment in AbhijñānaŚākuntalam- Reflection of Faith-Based Care for The Environment, 15/02/2020.
  • 13 2017 International Seminar, Maharṣi Dayānanda University, Rohatak, Rāmāyaṇa meṃ Saṃgharṣaprabandhana evaṃ Samasāmayika Sandarbha, 18/09/17.
  • 12 First International Science Seminar, NIT, Kurukshetra, Tatsama Viśleṣaka : Anuprayoga evaṃ Upādeyatā, 22/08/2017.
  • 11 International Seminar, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Himācalīya Saṃskṛti Evaṃ Tīrthasthala, 04-05/03/ 2017.
  • 10 2015 Ādhunikasandarbhe Saṃskṛtavidyāyāḥ Upayogitā, Kameshvar Singh Darbhanga University, Darbhanga, A Discourse on Tatsama in the View of Composite Culture of India, 20-22/04/2015.
  • 9 2014 Traditional Research Seminar on Karma, Punarjanma, and Shriti Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Kālādhīnaṃ Jagatsarvam, Sahityadṛśā Vimarśaḥ, 18-19/10/ 2014.
  • 8 2013 Global Peace and Harmony Conference, World Peace through Ancient Indian Wisdom in the 21st Century. JNU-New Delhi., Bhāratīyamanīṣā Viśvacetanā Ca:- Ekaviṃśatiśatābdyāṃ Viśvaśāntivīthiḥ, 21/09/ 2013.
  • 7 2012 Center for Management Studies, Jain University Bangalore, Vaiśvikasaṃrakṣaṇe Jainācāraḥ, 02/01/2012.
  • 6 Sanskrit Literature and Progression of the Universe, Dept. of Sanskrit, ISDC, Allahabad, Saṃgaṇakīyasaṃskṛtam: Saṃskṛte Praudyogikyāḥ Utkarṣe Saṃbhāvanādvāram, 17-19/11/ 2012.
  • 5 2011 20th International Congress of Vedant, Special Center for Sanskrit Studies, JNU-New Delhi, (Representative Beauty Kumari), Mohamudgarastotrasya Tailanikobhyāsaḥ, 28-31/12/ 2011.
  • 4 International Sanskrit Research Conference, Uttarākhaṇḍa Sanskrit University, Haridwar in collaboration with the Central Sanskrit University, Uttarabhāratīyabhāṣā Evaṃ Saṃskṛta’ Eka Saṅgaṇakīya Anuprayoga, 09-11/09/ 2011.
  • 3 2010 XXXIII Indian Social Congress, Focal Theme: Our Planate in Crisis, B. R. Ambedkar Open University, Hyderabad, Vaiśvika Saṃrakṣaṇa Meṃ Pratyabhijñā Kī Mahattā (Dārśanika Evaṃ Sāhityika Sandarbhoṃ Meṃ), 10-14/03/ 2010.
  • 2 2009 84th Indian Philosophical Congress, Values Embodied in Indian Culture Relevance and Reconstruction, Dept. of Philosophy University of Mumbai, Meaning: An Introduction (In the Perspective of Sanskrit Vyākaraņadarśan), 24-27/10/ 2009
  • 1 International Sanskrit Conference on Universal Vision of Sanskrit Intellectuals organized by the Department of Sanskrit, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur in collaboration with the Central Sanskrit University, Is Kāla A Relative Or Absolute Entity? (With Reference to Classical and Modern Thought Systems), 18-20/07/ 2009.

NATIONAL CONFERENCES- 23+1=24

  • 24 2018 Viṃśaśatābdīyasaṃskṛtakāvyānāṃ Kāvyaśāstrīyasamīkṣaṇam, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, ’Today-Smṛtiḥ’ Kāvya-Samīkṣā, 17-18/02/2018
  • 23 Paryāvaraṇ Śikṣāsaṃskṛtaṃ ca, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Paryāvaraṇa Saṃrakṣṇa Adhiniyama ke Anupālana meṃ Viśvavidyālayoṃ kī Bhūmikā, 03-04/02/2018.
  • 22 2017 Śrīmabhagavadgītāttvam: Viśvasyavātāyanam, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Prabandhana Kā Utsa : Śrīmadbhagavadgītā, 11-12/11/2017.
  • 21 Two days Symposia on Himācala kī Sāhityika Dharohara ko Saṃskṛta kī Dena, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Himācalīya Sāhitya Para Sanskṛita Bhāṣāvijñāna kā Prabhāva, 28-29/07/2017.
  • 20 National Seminar in Education on Peace Education and Sanskrit, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Śānti Ke Sandarbha Meṃ Mahākavi Hāravi Kī Dṛṣṭi, 25-26/03/2017
  • 19 2016 Sāhityaśāstrīyadvidivasīyā Rāṣṭriyasaṃgoṣṭhī, Pāścātyaviduṣāṃ Saṃskṛtaṃ Prati Yogadānam, Central Sanskrit University, 'Boḍena Ceyara Pha Saṃskṛta : Daśā, Diśā Evaṃ Mahattva Kī Samīkṣā, 3-4/02/ 2016
  • 18 Vyākaraṇaśāstre Śabdatattvam, Central Sanskrit University, HP, Śabdaśaktimūladh-vaniviṣaye Jagannāthamatavimarśaḥ, 21/10/2016.
  • 17 Vartamānasamaye Advaitavedāntasyopayogitā, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Mohamudgarastotre Dvādaśapañjarikācarpaṭapañ-arikayoranvitivimarśaḥ, 11/03/2016.
  • 16 Saṃskṛtakāvyānāmavabodhane Ṭīkānāṃ Yogadānam, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Kirātārjunīyasya Ādyasargatraye Ṭīkātrayasya Lokopayogitvam, 14/03/2016.
  • 15 Vyākaraṇaśāstrasya Dārśanikapakṣaḥ, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal, Bhāṣāvijñānadṛśā Arthaparivartane Dārśanikatā, 07/03/2016.
  • 14 Mahilāsu Sāṃskṛtikacetanā, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal, Saṃvaidhānika-Sarvakārīyacintanānurūpamahilāsurakṣāvimarśaḥ, 08/03/2016.
  • 13 Ādhunika Adhyayana ke Kṣetroṃ meṃ Saṃskṛta kā Prabhāva, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Hindī Kā Vartamāna Svarūpa Evaṃ Saṃskṛta Kā Prabhāva, 05/03/2016.
  • 12 Vartamānakāle Saṃskṛtaśikṣaṇavyavasthā, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Saṃskṛta Kṣetra Meṃ Anusandhāna Hetu Saṅgaṇaka Kī Upādeyatā, 03/03/2016
  • 11 2015 Rāṣṭriyasāṅkhyayogāyurvedasaṃgoṣṭhī, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Sāṅkhyamatānurūpa Triguṇātmaka Jagat, 21-22/12/2015.
  • 10 2014 Vedavedāṅgakāryaśālā Rāṣṭriya.Saṃgoṣṭhī ca, VVRI, Hoshiarpur, Svarit Vimarśaḥ, 27-28/ 02/2014
  • 9 Mahilāsaṃskṛtādhyayanakendra, Vedvyas Campus, Himachal Pradesh, Strī Vimarśa Evaṃ Ṛṣi-Ācāryāoṃ Kī Cintanavīthiyām, 21-23/02/ 2014.
  • 8 2013 Bhāratīya-Vaideśikabhāṣāṇāṃ Kṛte Saṃskṛtasya Yogadānam, Pune University, Saṃgamanera, Lexicography in Maithili and Sanskrit: An Overview, 13-15/12/ 2013.
  • 7 National Seminar on Challenges of Naxalism in India, Sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi, Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi, (Representative D Jha), Kalyāṇakārī Rājyavyavasthā Naksalavāda kā Samādhāna, 19-20/10/ 2013
  • 6 National Seminar on Environment Challenges and Role of Youth, Women and other Marginal Groups, Sponsored by ICSSR, SPG college Allahabad, Representative D. Jha, Paryāvaraṇa Saṃrakṣaṇa Meṃ Bhāratīya Rājya Kī Bhūmikā, 27/10/ 2013.
  • 5 UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Corruption, Social; Ethical & Cultural Perspectives, Dept of Philosophy, PG college Palamu, Jharkhand, Representative D Jha, Bhraṣṭācāra Nivāraṇa Meṃ Samāja Evaṃ Nāgarikoṃ Kī Bhūmikā, 26-27/09/ 2013.
  • 4 2012 National Seminar on Ravindra Sahitya, Kolkata, Representative Dr. M K Jha, Complete Resource of Self Development: Gitanjali, 02-03/02/2012.
  • 3 The Tribal Culture and the Cult of Lord Jagannath: A Search for Synergy in Classical Sanskrit Literature, Central Sanskrit University, Tirupati (venue –Puri), 08-, ‘Universal Color of Samasik Samskriti- The Jagannath Culture, 10/01/2012.
  • 2 Advait Vedant National Seminar, Central Sanskrit University, Garli HP, Bhāratīyapāścātyadārśanikaprasthāneṣu Jagata-Īśvarayormithaḥ Sambandhavimarśaḥ, 25-26.11.2012.
  • 1 2011 Dolamandap Shahi, Puri, Odisha, Sāmpratike Yuge Gītātattvopādeyatā, 05/12/2011.

MEDIA INTERVIEWS- 05

  • 5 2018 Shri Lambodar Jha “Germany se Prakashit Granth ne Maan Badhaya” Dainik Jagaran, Madhubani, Hindi.
  • 4 2011 Mr. Vinod “Spreading Sanskrit, the Bipin Way” Hindustan Times, Lucknow, Monday, 02-05-2011, P. 03, English.
  • 3 2010 Amanesh Dube, “E-Journal se juḍegā śahara kā Sanskrit College” City Bhashkar, Dainik Bhashkar, Bilaspur, Monday, 15-03-2010, Hindi.
  • 2 Amanesh Dube, “Sanskrit Meṃ Kareṃ Blogging” City Bhashkar, Dainik Bhashkar, Raipur, Wednesday, 03-03-2010, Hindi.
  • 1 2009 Pratiyogita Darpan, Anupreraka Yuvā Pratibhā, “Samaya, Vacana tathā Karttavya ke prati Satat Avadhānatā kā Bhāva, Viṣama Paristhitiyoṃ meṃ bhī Avicalita Rahakara Nirantara āge Baḍhate Rahane kā Prayāsa hī merī Saphalatā kā Mūla Mantra Hai.” June, 2009, P.1938-39. Hindi.

SANSKRIT BHARATI RESPONSIBILITY

  • 1 Sanskrit Bharati Shikshan Pramukh District Mahendragarh, Hariyana

CONFIDENTIAL ASSIGNMENTS

Done several confidential works like paper setting, invigilation, paper evolution, etc. of-
  • 1. Central University of Haryana
  • 2. Himachal Pradesh Central University As an external expert -As an external expert
  • 3. Nalanda University As a Faculty member
  • 4. Central Sanskrit University, As a Faculty member
  • 5. Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay As a TA/RA
  • 6. Jagadguru Ramanandacharya University As an external expert
  • 7. Kedriya Vidyalaya Sangathan, Rajgir As an external expert

INDEPENDENT PROJECTS & INNOVATIVE CONCEPTS/IDEAS

  • 1 2020 The Representation of Sanskrit Youth Works Collection of Ideas of Sanskrit Youth
  • 2 2020 The First International Sanskrit Webinar Series all lectures are placed on YouTube
  • 3 2008 Varshaamritam YouTube Channel to Study Shastras in the easiest way, 10,000+ Subscribers
  • 4 2009 First International Sanskrit E-Journal Approved UGC, SCOPUS & JIF
  • 5 2021 English and Hindi Translation of Sankhyakarika The Book-length Independent project is near Completion.

MEMBER OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES

PRESENT
  • 1 USA: The Philosophy Study 2019 Editor, David Publishing Company, USA, 2159-5313
  • 2 IIT Bombay Alumni Association 2017 Life Member (Since- 2017), IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai 400076.
  • 3 Bihar: Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal 2010 Editor and Publisher, Peer-Reviewed, 0976-8645
PAST
  • 1 South Africa: International Sanskrit Academy 2019-20 Member, registered under Republic of South Africa Companies Act -1973.
  • 2 New Delhi: Sanyukta Shikshak Sangh 2018-21 Joint Secretary and Treasurer, (Reg1880/18),
  • 3 Jabalpur: Jabalpur Management Association 2017-20 Advisor, Impact Factor-3.98, (2017-2020)
  • 4 Bengaluru: Anusandhana 2015-20 Editor, Aisiri Prakashana, Bengaluru, 2395-0528
  • 5 Varanasi: Sambhvya 2010-15 Associate Editor, Sāhitya Anuśīlana Samiti, Vārāṇasī, 0976-9358 (Since2010)
  • 6 Odisha: Sahitya Saurabham 2011-12 Associate Editor, Institutional, Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), Puri, Odisha, (2011-2012)

PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITIONS ETC RECEIVED

  • 12 2017 The Best Abstract Award, Computational Sanskrit, International Seminar, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra, 22/08/2017
  • 11 2015 NET Code-73, Traditional Sanskrit, Central Board of School Examination, 2015.
  • 10 2009 NET & Junior Research Fellowship, Code-25, University Grant Commission, 21/03/2009
  • 9 Fellowship for full-time M. Phil Scholars, University Grant Commission, 24/02/2009
  • 8 NET & Junior Research Fellowship, Code-25, University Grant Commission, 26/09/2009
  • 7 2007 National Eligibility Test, Code-25, UGC, Dec-2007
  • 6 2006 National Eligibility Test, Code-25, UGC, Dec-2006
  • 5 D S Gardi Award, Obtaining Merit position in the MA, JNU-New Delhi, 19-09-06
  • 4 2005 Merit Award, Sanskrit, Obtaining Merit position in the BA-III, Ewing Christian College, Allahabad University, 12/11/2005
  • 3 Merit Award, Sanskrit, Obtaining Merit position in the BA-II, Ewing Christian College, Allahabad University, 02/03/2005
  • 2 2004 Merit Award, Sanskrit, Obtaining Merit position in the BA-I, Ewing Christian College, Allahabad University, 13/03/2004
  • 1 2002 The distinction in Spoken Sanskrit, Workshop sponsored by UGC, Sep-2002.

TRAINING/WORKSHOP

Total 43 >9 weeks- 01 >5 weeks- 02 >02 weeks -05 Other -12
  • Participated-20
  • Organized-23

PARTICIPATED -20

  • 20 2021 Sanskrit Bharati Prant Sammelan, Bhivani, Hariyana, 25-26/12/2021
  • 19 2017 Vyākaraṇavibhāgīyā Saṃskṛtaśāstrānusandhānapariyojanā, vartamānayuge saṃskṛtaśāstreṣu śodhasambhāvanā , Duration-05 days.
  • 18 A National Workshop on Preparation of Digitized Sanskrit Corpus, Samskrit Samvardhana Pratishthan, New Delhi & Sanskrit Bharti, Bangalore, 02 weeks.
  • 17 Jyotiṣa Meṃ Vijñāna ya Jyotiṣa kā Vijñāna, Central Sanskrit University, (DU Under MHRD), New Delhi., Duration-01 week.
  • 16 Nāṭyapraśikṣaṇakāryaśālā, Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), New Delhi., Duration-02 weeks.
  • 15 2016 A Workshop to Preparing Textbooks for Distance Education, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi., Duration-02 weeks.
  • 14 2015 A Workshop to Preparing Textbooks for Distance Education, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi., Duration-01 week.
  • 13 2014 Workshop on Science & Technology for Sanskrit, SCSS, JNU New Delhi & Institute of Advanced Sciences, Dartmouth, MA, USA Duration-02 days.
  • 12 2013 A Workshop on Indo-Iran Relation. Bhārata-Īrāna-Deśayoḥ Prācīnabhāṣāsambandhaḥ Saṃskṛta-Pahalavībhāṣayoḥ Pariprekṣye, Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), New Delhi. Duration- 01 week.
  • 11 Research Training Workshop, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi., 01 week.
  • 10 A Workshop on Gita, Vedavijñānam, Śrīmadbhagavadgītāyāḥ Prāsaṃgikatā ca, Central Sanskrit University, (DU Under MHRD), New Delhi, Duration-02 weeks.
  • 9 5th International Computational Symposium, IIT, Bombay, Duration-01 days.
  • 8 Sahitya Shalaka in All India Allocation, Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), New Delhi Duration-01 day.
  • 7 Sahitya Vyakhyanmala, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi., Duration-01 day.
  • 6 Certificate in Computational Sanskrit, Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), New Delhi., Duration-05 weeks.
  • 5 2012 UGC Preparation Workshop, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi., 10 days.
  • 4 2011 Latex Tutorial, IIT, Bombay, Duration-01 week.
  • 3 2002 A Workshop on Spoken Sanskrit, Sponsored by UGC, ECC-Allahabad, 05 weeks.
  • 2 2000 A Workshop on Spoken Sanskrit, Ekādaśadivasīyaṃ Saṃskṛta-Vyavahāra-Śiviram, Bhāratasaṃskṛtapariṣad, Saṃkaṭamocanāśram, New Delhi, Duration-02 weeks.
  • 1 2001 Saṃskṛtapraśikṣaṇapāṭhyakramaḥ, Bhāratasaṃskṛtapariṣad, Delhi, Duration-09 weeks.

ORGANIZED- 22

  • 23 2021 Six Days International Seminar on Quality Research in Sanskrit, 18-23 Dec, 2021, A Tradition and Futuristic View of Quality Research in the Field of Sanskrit. OUTCOME- 147 Participants from different Universities, 10 Scholars, and 4 Vice-Chancellors of different Universities have been discussed the significance of Sanskrit Research for the Contemporary World.
  • 22 2020 The First International Sanskrit Webinar Series Focal Theme Sanskrit and Allied Fields: Society & Participation., 12th April 26th April, 3rd May 2020. Concept, Coordination & Implementation. OUTCOME- 379 Participants from around the world, 15 Scholars, and 4 Vice-Chancellors of different Universities have been discussed the significance of Sanskrit for the Contemporary World.
  • 22 Learning Mithilakshar Workshop, 16th April 2020, Trainer Dr. Bhavanath Jha, Head of the Research Section of Mahavir Temple, Patna. Concept, Coordination & Implementation. OUTCOME- 20 participants from India, Brazil, and Nigeria could learn how to write the Mithilakshar and what is the Utilization of this Script.
  • 21 2019 5th International Dharma-Dhamma Conference, Focul Theme- Sat-Cit-Anand and Nirvana, (26-28 July 2019) Nalanda University, Nalanda, Bihar, Member
  • 20 2018 TEDx event ‘Moving towards Future’, Nalanda University, Nalanda, Bihar, Member. (Not Organized)
  • 19 Sāhityaśāstrīyadvidivasīyā Rāṣṭriyasaṃgoṣṭhī, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 18 Sāhityavyākhyānamālā, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 17 Sāhityapariṣad, National, 2017-18, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 16 2017 Sāhityapariṣad, National, 2016-17, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 15 Sāhityaśāstrīyadvidivasīyā Rāṣṭriyasaṃgoṣṭhī, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 14 Sāhityavyākhyānamālā, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 13 2016 Sāhityaśāstrīyadvidivasīyā Rāṣṭriyasaṃgoṣṭhī, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 12 Sāhityapariṣad, National, 2015-16, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 11 Sāhityavyākhyānamālā, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 10 2015 Sāhityavyākhyānamālā, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 9 Sāhityapariṣad, National, 2014-15, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 8 2014 Sāhityapariṣad, National, 2013-14, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 7 Sāhityavyākhyānamālā, Vedvyas Campus, Kangra, HP, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 6 2013 Research Training Workshop, Central Sanskrit University, HP, Asst. Coordinator.
  • 5 5th International Computational Symposium, IIT Mumbai, Member of Organizing Committee.
  • 4 Sahitya Vyakhyanmala, Central Sanskrit University, HP, Coordinator.
  • 3 Certificate in Computational Sanskrit, Mahila Sanskritadhyayan Kendra, HP, Trainer.
  • 2 2012 UGC preparation workshop, Central Sanskrit University, HP, Invited for Lecture.
  • 1 2011 Sahitya Shalaka, All India Allocation, Central Sanskrit University, HP, Coordinator.

E- RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

  • 1 Sankhyakarika YouTube Video Tutorial 8 4
  • 2 Tarkasangrah YouTube Video Tutorial 10 4
  • 3 Vedantasar YouTube Video Tutorial 4 3
  • 4 UGC first paper YouTube Video Tutorial 1 2
  • 5 Pathyakram YouTube Video Tutorial 1 1
  • 6 Sandhi YouTube Video Tutorial 4 3
  • 7 Jyotish Trikonbhav YouTube Video Tutorial 1 3
  • 8 Kiratarjuniyam YouTube Video Tutorial 3 4
  • 9 Veda YouTube Video Tutorial 3 4
  • 10 Vikramorvashiyam YouTube Video Tutorial 1 2
  • 11 Vedang YouTube Video Tutorial 13 4
  • 12 Meghadutam YouTube Video Tutorial 8 4
  • 13 Kavya Prakash YouTube Video Tutorial 7 4
  • 14 Tarksangra expand YouTube Video Tutorial 22 4
  • 15 Artha Sangrah YouTube Video Tutorial 2 4
  • 16 Sahitya Darpan Audio Video Book 12 3
  • 17 Shakuntalam Quiz APK file for Android NA 3
  • 18 Shakuntalam Analyzer APK file for Android NA 3

COURSES DESIGNED/OFFERED/TAUGHT

Central University of Haryana

  • Functional Sanskrit Course - Vyāvahārikasaṃskṛtābhyāsaḥ For all faculties and all students of CUH.

Semester-3
  • SKT-07 Nāṭyaśāstram PG Course
  • SKT-08 Nāṭyasāhityam PG Course
  • SKT-06 Vyāvahārikasaṃskṛtābhyāsaḥ PG Course

Semester-1
  • SKT-06 Vyāvahārikasaṃskṛtābhyāsaḥ PG Course

Nalanda International University

Spring 2021
  • E2-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E2-3 Comparative Readings of Religious Texts. PG Course
  • E4-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • CSL-5 Certificate in the Sanskrit Language.
  • DSL-1 Diploma in the Sanskrit Language
Fall 2020
  • C1-4 Introduction to Indian Philosophy PG Course
  • E3-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E1-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • DSL-1 Diploma in the Sanskrit Language
  • CPS-5 Certificate of Proficiency in Sanskrit.
Spring 2020
  • E2-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E2-2 Research Methodology for the Study of Religious Text PG Course
  • E2-3 Comparative Readings of Religious Texts. PG Course
  • E4-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E4-5 Supervised Readings. PG Course
  • CSL-4 Certificate in the Sanskrit Language.
Fall 2019
  • E1-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E3-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E3-5 Supervised Readings. PG Course
  • CSL-3 Certificate in the Sanskrit Language.
Spring 2019
  • C2-3 Comparative Readings of Religious Texts. PG Course
  • E2-3 Understanding Buddhist Texts PG Course
  • E2-2 Research Methodology for the Study of Religious Text PG Course
  • E21 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E4-5 Supervised Readings. PG Course
  • E4-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • CSL-2 Certificate in the Sanskrit Language.
Fall 2018
  • E1-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E3-1 Sanskrit Language. PG Course
  • E1-4 Meditation. PG Course
  • E3-4 Meditation. PG Course
  • C1-3 Introduction to Hindu Philosophy. PG Course
  • CSL-1 Certificate in the Sanskrit Language. PG Course

Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi

2011-18
  • PG2 Rasagaṃgādhara Part-02. PG Course 2011-18
  • PG2 History of Sanskrit Literature. PG Course 2011-18
  • PG1 Kāvyaprakāśa. PG Course 2011-18
  • PG1 History of Vedic Literature. PG Course 2011-18
  • PG1 Dhvanyāloka. PG Course 2011-18
  • UG1 Karṇabhāram. UG Course 2011-18
  • UG2 Kirātārjunīyam. UG Course 2011-18
  • UG3 Kādambarī & Sāhityadarpaṇaḥ. UG Course 2011-18
  • UG4 Meghadūtam. UG Course 2011-18
  • UG4 Abhijñānaśākuntalam. UG Course 2011-18
  • UG3 Uttararāmacaritam. UG Course 2011-18

Distance Education : CSU

  • Taught different courses in Mukta Svādhyāya Pītham, Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi, PG, Assigned Courses-2011-18
  • Wrote chapters for the students of Mukta Svādhyāya Pītham

STUDIED: RELEVANT COURSES (DURING PG & RESEARCH)

  • 1. • Communication and Presentation Skills Ph. D IIT, Bombay.
  • 2. • Indian Logic Ph. D IIT, Bombay.
  • 3. • Contemporary Indian Philosophy Ph. D IIT, Bombay.
  • 4. • Philosophy of Language Ph. D IIT, Bombay.
  • 5. • Indian Philosophy Ph. D IIT, Bombay.
  • 6. • Jyotisha Āchārya-1 Central Sanskrit University
  • 7. • Sahitya Āchārya Central Sanskrit University
  • 8. • Indian Model of Philosophical Analysis. M. Phil JNU, New Delhi.
  • 9. • Sāhitya Śāstra Literary Theory and Critic. M. Phil JNU, New Delhi.
  • 10. • Social Thought in Sanskrit. M. Phil JNU, New Delhi.
  • 11. • Sanskrit Literature-I Drama and Prose. M. Phil –I JNU, New Delhi
  • 12. • Aṣṭādhyāyī. MA –I JNU, New Delhi.
  • 13. • Mastering Sanskrit Language-1. MA –I JNU, New Delhi.
  • 14. • Computer Awareness. MA –I JNU, New Delhi.
  • 15. • Sanskrit Literature-I Drama and Prose. MA –I JNU, New Delhi
  • 16. • Saṁkhya-Yoga. MA –I JNU, New Delhi.
  • 17. • DharmaŚāstra. MA-I JNU, New Delhi.
  • 18. • Mīmāṁsā. MA-II JNU, New Delhi.
  • 19. • Language Thought and Reality. MA-II JNU, New Delhi.
  • 20. • Text of Literary Theory. MA-II JNU, New Delhi.
  • 21. • Vedānta and Pratyabhijñā. MA-II JNU, New Delhi.
  • 22. • Mastering Sanskrit Language-2. MA-II JNU, New Delhi.
  • 23. • Computer Application for Sanskrit. MA-III JNU, New Delhi.
  • 24. • Text and Interpretation. MA-III JNU, New Delhi.
  • 25. • Indian Intellectual Tradition. MA-III JNU, New Delhi.
  • 26. • Navya Nyaya Language and Methodology. MA -III JNU, New Delhi.
  • 27. • Sanskrit Literature II (Poetry). MA -III JNU, New Delhi.
  • 28. • Pali Prakrita Language and Literature. MA -III JNU, New Delhi.
  • 29. • Mastering Sanskrit Language-3. MA -III JNU, New Delhi.
  • 30. • Indian Philosophical System. MA -IV JNU, New Delhi.
  • 31. • Sanskrit Philosophy of Language. MA -IV JNU, New Delhi.
  • 32. • Sanskrit Linguistic Tradition. MA -IV JNU, New Delhi.
  • 33. • Structure and History of Sanskrit Language. MA-IV JNU, New Delhi.
  • 34. • Sanskrit Philosophy of Language. MA-IV JNU, New Delhi.
  • 35. • Mastering Sanskrit Language-4. MA -IV JNU, New Delhi.
  • 36. • Aesthetics. MA -4 JNU, New Delhi.
  • 37. • Sanskrit, Philosophy, [Ancient History]. BA ECC, University of Allahabad

MY IMPLEMENTED IDEAS: CONTRIBUTION TO THE SANSKRIT WORLD.

I am working as a full-time ‘Sanskrit Sevaka’. The goal of the works is- ‘To make the Sanskrit Language affable companion of the Youth so that they can appreciate, be proud of and enjoy the marvelous Sanskrit legacy. All the Sanskrit Works are available under the banner of Sarasvat-Niketanam.
6 Regular Guidance for Sanskrit Students.
  • • Regular Monday to Saturday.
  • • For Competitive Exams (Morning Session)
  • • Sanskrit for Day-to-Day life (Evening Session)
  • • Free of Cost.
5 Bal-Nandini: Short Sanskrit Stories
  • • Since-25th Sep 2020.
  • • Focused on the reorientation of moral value in kids.
  • • It is just to motivate students to learn short valuable thoughts in the form of Stories.
4 The Presentation of Sanskrit Youth Works
  • • Since-15th Sep 2020.
  • • Focused on Innovative Ideas of Sanskrit Youth.
  • • It will present the Hidden Potential of Bharatvarsha.
  • • Future of Sanskrit-oriented works.
3 The First International Sanskrit Webinar Series (First Ever started) Concept, Coordination & Implementation: Dr. Bipin Kumar Jha
  • • Since- 12th April 2020.
  • • The ONLY Webinar for Sanskrit Speakers on the international platform
  • • URL-sarasvatniketanam.org
  • • Participation- 600+ Attendees, 19 Universities, 8 Countries, 48 Allied Fields, 23 Speakers, 5 Vice-Chancellors, 3 Former Vice Chancellors.
  • • All lectures are placed on YouTube.
2. Varsha-amritam Video Tutorials for Sanskrit Students. Subscribers- 11K
  • • Since 3.6.2008.
  • • वर्षाऽमृतम् : शास्त्रज्ञानधारा (संस्कृतशास्त्राऽध्ययन-ई-अभिनवा परम्परा)
  • • YouTube Channel to Study Shastras in The Easiest Way.
  • • URL- https://www.youtube.com/user/madhubipinsangam
  • • Views- 500,011
  • • Impressions- 4686153
  • • View Hours- 30366.8
  • • country-wise Viewers- India, United States, Nepal, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Canada, Sri Lanka, Oman, Brazil
  • • Subscribers- 10,864 (From- India, US, Netherlands, Nepal)
1 Jahnavi Sanskrit E-Journal [The First Sanskrit E-Journal in the field of Sanskrit] Concept, Coordination & Implementation: Dr. Bipin Kumar Jha
  • • Since-20.01.2010.
  • • Focused on Quality Research.
  • • URL-Jahnavisanskritejournal.in
  • • Published more than 600 Research Papers.
  • • Approved by ISSN, UGC, Registered for SCOPUS, JIF.

CONTRIBUTION TO THE UNIVERSITY-ADMINISTRATION

(In addition to the regular teaching work, the following work is also carried out to help the administration.)

Central University of Haryana

  • 2021- Proctorship, Semester Exam, CUH.
  • 2021- Coordinator, Functional Sanskrit Course.
  • 2021- Member, Departmental Admission Committee.
  • 2021- Coordinator, Six Days International Seminar on Quality Research in Sanskrit, 18-23 Dec, 2021 (10 AM-12 Noon), A Tradition and Futuristic View of Quality Research in the Field of Sanskrit.

Nalanda University (Under MEA, Govt. India)

  • 1. 2018-2021, Translation works.
  • 2. 2018-2021, Member, Mess Committee.
  • 3. 2018-2021, Exam Coordinator & other confidential works, SBSPCR.
  • 4. 2018-19, Member, Organizing Committee, TEDx event ‘Moving towards Future’.

Central Sanskrit University (Under MHRD India)

  • 1. Member, Computer Club,
  • 2. Class Teacher, PS-II
  • 3. Deputed as Eminent Scholar, MSP Lectures
  • 4. Member, Annual Report and Photo Compilation
  • 5. Member, Drama Committee
  • 6. Member, State Level Competition Committee
  • 7. Member, Committee - regarding UGC inspection
  • 8. Deputed to Head Quarter for 15 days.
  • 9. Member, Canteen Committee
  • 10. Coordinator, Research Training Workshop
  • 11. Designed the Website, Campus website
  • 12. Co-Director, Kaumudi Mahotsava
  • 13. Member, Information Committee of All India Elocution
  • 14. Deputed as Eminent Scholar, Woman Study Centre in Sanskrit regarding Certificate course in Computational Classes
  • 15. Member, executive committee, Woman Study Center in Sanskrit
  • 16. In a Decisive Role for state-level competition, Sāhityaśalākā
  • 17. Member, Registration Committee, National Seminar
  • 18. Member, Publication committee
  • 19. Member, Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC)
  • 20. Instructor and script-writer (Campus had been obtained 2nd prize), Kaumudi Mahotsava (National drama competition), Shri Sadashiva Campus, Central Sanskrit University (New Delhi), Puri, Odisha,
  • 21. Member, International Guest Entertainment committee INC, Central Sanskrit University, Puri

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

  • 1 Active role in Sanskrit Journalists' Conference 10-11 Dec 2015 Delhi.
  • 2 Sanskrit Debate Competition, All India Kalidasa Samaroha, 5th November 2006, Vikram University, Ujjain, M.P.
  • 3 Samanya Gyan Pratiyogita, Sanskrit Sahitya Parishad, ECC, AU, 2003-04 Allahabad
  • 4 Prashnottari Pratiyogita, Sanskrit Bharati, Prayag, 2002-03
  • 5 Geeta Pratiyogita, Bharat Sanskrit Parishad, 03/02/2002
  • 6 Bhartiya sanskriti Gyan Pariksha Shanti kunja, Haridvar-2001
  • 7 Elected Member of Student-Faculty Committee, Special Center for Sanskrit Studies, JNU, 2006-07.

COMPUTER PROFICIENCY

  • Operating system Windows, Linux.
  • Scripting Language HTML, PHP, SQL. Web Designing.
  • Tools Ms-Office, Baraha, ITRANS, Photoshop, Page Maker, LaTeX, Sanskrit Computational Linguistics, and others in general.

    LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY

  • Sanskrit, English, Hindi, Maithili

    SCRIPT

    • Proficiency: Devanagari, Roman
    • General knowledge: Brahmi, Kharosthi, Sharada

    NOTABLE SANSKRIT WORKS AS A FACULTY IN UNIVERSITIES

    • 1 Central Sanskrit University Certificate in Computational Sanskrit.Duration-05 weeks Concept and Coordinator Trainer 18 Students could learn how to use ICT for Sanskrit in Women Sanskrit Education Centre.
    • 2 Nalanda University Certificate Course in the Sanskrit Language-Duration-03 Months Concept and Trainer Successfully 05 batches from India and Abroad They are fluent in Sanskrit.
    • 3 Nalanda University Diploma in the Sanskrit Language Duration-6 Months Concept and Trainer Successfully 01 batch.
    • 4 Haryana Central University 6 Days International Seminar on Quality Research in the Field of Sanskrit. Concept and Coordinator Ongoing Process
    • 5 Haryana Central University Functional Sanskrit Course Duration- 3 Months Coordinator an Trainer for All Faculties and All Students of the University. Ongoing Process

    DESIGNED WEBSITES

    • 1 World’s First Sanskrit E-Journal ‘Jahnavi’ http://www.jahnavisanskritejournal.in/
    • 2 Presentation of Sanskrit Works of Youngsters http://sarasvatniketanam.org/
    • 3 World’s First International Sanskrit Webinar Series information Portal http://sarasvatniketanam.org/index11.html
    • 4 MultymideaSanskriam http://sanskritjunction.sarasvatniketanam.org/
    • 5 Preparation for Sanskrit related Competitive Exams http://ts.sarasvatniketanam.org/welcome.HTM
    • 6 Vedavyas Campus of Central Sanskrit University Vedavyascampus.in (old)
    • 7 JNBA College, Lagama http://jnbasm.in/

    PHILOSOPHY ABOUT TEACHING

      As Swami Vivekananda says education is the manifestation of perfection already in man. Therefore, the only duty of a teacher or the Philosophy of teaching is to remove the obstruction from the way. Nurturing the skills, talent, and personality of the student in a positive way is the core spirit behind teaching. Our universities are the workshop where the energetic brain is transformed into an excellent resource for the nation. I am fortunate to have been educated in the education system started from the Guru-Shishya tradition and recently in the advanced technology-based environment of IIT and JNU. Therefore, as a teacher, I always try to coordinate both approaches on one platform. I have a firm belief that on one side we should protect our great legacy of Guru Shishya tradition, in which the teacher is not a service provider but a true torchbearer of life, and on the other side; we should mix it with modern technology-based innovation. So that teaching methodology should be innovative as well as value and relevancy based. I always try to apply this innovative approach in my teaching life. For a subject like Sanskrit, this spirit is inevitable. If I get the opportunity to teach in a good institution, I will try to give my best in the national aim of the knowledge revolution. 21stcentury is the age of the knowledge era. So, we should prepare ourselves to take advantage of it in the national interest. Our University and Teaching Community must play a very important role in it. I will always try to prove myself able to do this great job and legacy.

    TESTIMONIALS

    • 1.Prof. Shrinivas Varakhedi Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor, Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Ramtek, Maharastra, India
    • 2. Prof. Asanga Tilakarathne Former Senior Chair of Pali and Buddhist Studies, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka.
    • 3. Prof. Himanshu R Pota Professor, Electrical Engineering, The University of New South Wales, Australia.
    • 4. Prof. Sukhbir Singh Dean, School of Buddhist Studies, Philosophy, and Comparative Religions, Nalanda University, Bihar.
    • 5. Prof Anand Singh Chair, Admission, Nalanda University, Nalanda Bihar
    • 6. Prof. Choudury Upender Rao Former Chairperson, Special Center for Sanskrit Studies, JNU, New Delhi.
    • 7. Prof. Brajbhushan Ojha Professor and Head of Vyakaran Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Varanasi
    • 8. Dr. Jay Prakash Narayan HOD Sanskrit, Jamiya Milia Islamia Central University. New Delhi.
    • 9. Prof. Harekrishna Mahapatr Principal, Vedavyas Campus (of The Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi) Himachal Pradesh.
    • 10. Prof. Suryamani Rath HOD, Sahitya, Shree Sadashiva Campus (of The Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi), Puri.
    • 11. Prof. Fakir Mohan Panda Principal, Shree Sadashiva Campus (of The Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi), Puri.
    • 12 Dr. A. C. Gaur Principal (I/C), Vedavyas Campus, (of The Central Sanskrit University, New Delhi) Himachal Pradesh.

    TAUGHT STUDENTS

      Taught students, who are belonging from more than 15 different countries i.e. India, Nepal, Sri Lanka Colombia, Porte Rico, Indonesia, Bhutan, Mexico, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, Turkey.

    GURU/TEACHERS

    • 1 Dr. Sadanand Jha & Smt Nila Jha Parents Traditional/basic
    • 2 Pt. Tulanand Jha Aacharya Guru & Grand Father Traditional/Grammar/Ethics
    • 3 Smt Tuleshvari Devi Aacharyani & Grand Mother Traditional/Moral Stories
    • 4 Prof. K Ramsubramanian CISTS, HSS, IIT Bombay Modern
    • 5 Prof M A Kulkarni CISTS, HSS, IIT Bombay Modern
    • 6 Prof. Rajanish Mishra JNU, New Delhi Modern/Shaivism
    • 7 Prof. K Somayajulu Central Sanskrit University Traditional/Indian Logic
    • 8 Prof. Vijaypal Shastri Central Sanskrit University Traditional/Literary Theories
    • 9 Dr. Jayshri Mitra Ewing Christian College Modern/Literature
    • 10 Prof R K Mishra University of Allahabad Modern/Literature
    • 11 Dr. Ratan Mandal BSC, Madhubani, Bihar Modern/Science
    • 12 Shri. U K Shukla Anglo Bengali College Modern
    • 13 Dr. Anil Tripathi Anglo Bengali College Modern
    • 14 Shri Baidya Nath Mishara Sarasvati Public School, Bihar Modern/Mathematics
    • 15 Shri Sanjay Murari Madhubani, Bihar Modern/basic abcd
    • 16 Vaidik Jee Madhubani, Bihar Elementary/Veda
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