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Bachelor

A Bachelor's Degree is traditionally the primary element of academic higher-education. Generally, it takes three to four years to complete a Bachelor's Degree depending on the area of concentration. One can begin pursuing Bachelor's Degrees in respective fields after completing Higher Secondary Education (+2) or the equivalent.

Course Duration Fee (Rs)
Uttarmadhyama(Intermediate) in Sanskrit
2 Year(s) 0
It is course design by Nepal Sanskrit University for those students who are interested in the field of sanskrit. it is intermediate courses in sanskrit. where students learn Veda Vyakarna, Etihas puran, Hindi Nitishastra Maithili Bauddha Darshan Prachya Rajshastra Jyautisha, puran etc. Go to education page
Shastri(Bachelor) in Sanskrit (Modern Course)
3 Year(s) 0
Shastri in sanskrit is equivalent to bachelor level course. This is modern course is design by Nepal Sanstrit University for shastri level. This course will be joint after successfully completion of intermediate course of sanskrit. Student will specialized in veda, puran, and jyotisa shastra Go to education page
Shastri(Bachelor) in Sanskrit (Classic Course)
3 Year(s) 0
Shastri in sanskrit classic course in old courses design by Nepal Sanskrit University. From this course students will specialized in Puran, Vida, karmakanda, and sanskrit language. For this course he/she should successfully completion of uttarmadhyama in sankrit, Go to education page
Acharya(Master) in Sanskrit
2 Year(s) 0
Acharya in Sanskrit is offered by Nepal Sanskrit University. It is equivalent to Master level of education. it is a specialized course of master in sanskrit. Go to education page
Bachelor of Buddhist Studies
4 Year(s) 0
The Centre for Buddhist Studies offers a four-year program in Buddhist Studies with Himalayan Language leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts (BA). An optional fourth year of study leads to the Bachelor of Arts Honours degree. The courses in the BA program fall within two main areas of study: Buddhist Philosophy and Himalayan Language. For the BA degree, approximately two thirds of the courses concern Buddhist philosophy while the remaining third consists of courses in Himalayan languages such as Tibetan, Sanskrit, and Nepali.The philosophy courses concern the nature and history of Buddhist philosophy. Here the classics of the great philosophical thinkers of Buddhism, such as Nagarjuna, Asanga, Chandrakirti, and Shantideva are studied and analyzed. The historical developments of the Buddhist traditions and schools of thought are also studied in a series of courses that approach Buddhist studies from a contemporary perspective. Go to education page
Bachelor of Arts in Hindu
3 Year(s) 0
Bachelor of Arts in urdu
0
Bachelor of Arts in Sanskrit
3 Year(s) 0
B.A. Sanskrit or Bachelor of Arts in Sanskrit is an undergraduate Sanskrit course. It concerns with the field of arts and covers the area regarding Sanskrit literature: Society, Poetry, Prose, Drama, Novels, Grammar etc. B.A is generally three year degree course. Time duration may be different from university to university. Go to education page
Bachelor of Arts in Northern Buddhism
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Bachelor of Arts in Sanskrit Buddhism
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Bachelor of Art in Buddhism and Himalayan Studies
4 Year(s) 0
The Centre for Buddhist Studies offers a four-year program in Buddhist Studies with Himalayan Language leading to the degree of Bachelor of Arts (BA). An optional fourth year of study leads to the Bachelor of Arts Honours degree. The courses in the BA program fall within two main areas of study: Buddhist Philosophy and Himalayan Language. For the BA degree, approximately two thirds of the courses concern Buddhist philosophy while the remaining third consists of courses in Himalayan languages such as Tibetan, Sanskrit, and Nepali. The philosophy courses concern the nature and history of Buddhist philosophy. Here the classics of the great philosophical thinkers of Buddhism, such as Nagarjuna, Asanga, Chandrakirti, and Shantideva are studied and analyzed. The historical developments of the Buddhist traditions and schools of thought are also studied in a series of courses that approach Buddhist studies from a contemporary perspective. Go to education page
Bachelor of Art in Buddhist Studies
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The Center for Buddhist Studies offers a three year program in Buddhist Studies with Himalayan Language leading to the degree in Bachelor of Art (BA). The courses in the BA program fall within two areas of study. Approximately two thirds of the courses concern Buddhist philosophy while the remaining third consists of courses in Himalayan language such as Tibetan, Sanskrit, and Nepali. Go to education page
Bachelor of Art in Theravada Buddhism
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Bachelor of Art in Vajrayana Buddhism
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Bachelor of Art in Mahayana Buddhism
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Bachelor of Art in Buddhism and Peace Studies
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Bachelor of Science in Yogic Science
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