Taught scientific knowledge from old Sanskrit texts IIT Indore, 750 people from all over the world registered for the course lasting till 2 October

Taught scientific knowledge from old Sanskrit texts IIT Indore, 750 people from all over the world registered for the course lasting till 2 October

Indian Institute of Technology( Indore has started a special course to read and understand the ancient scientific texts of Sanskrit India in the original language. This course is being started with the aim of re-exposing ancient knowledge. One of this), The officer gave information. Subjects experts from IIT Bombay and IIT Indore including Sanskrit Bharati Central Kshetam are giving knowledge of India's archaic literature in Sanskrit to the people under this course. This course is all Indian Technical Education Council Is sponsored by( Which will run from 22 August to 2 October.) 

There will be 62 hours of online classes

This course will have 62 hours of online classes, For which around 750 students from all over the world have registered. Professor Nilesh Kumar, acting director of IIT Indore, pointed out that ancient texts in India have a rich heritage of mathematical and scientific knowledge, Which the present generation is unaware of. Research participants in this course, Innovation, Mathematics and science are being taught in study and Sanskrit. The course is divided into two parts.undefined 

There will be two parts of studies

In the first part, participants will be taught Sanskrit nuances to make sense of the language. there, In the second part he will be taught classical mathematics in Sanskrit. An eligibility test will also be conducted to evaluate the participants involved in the second part of the course. A certificate will also be given to the students who succeed in it. In the second part, Professor K. of IIT Bombay. Ramsubramanian And from IIT Bombay itself. K. Mahesh is discussing about this. Pramod Pandit of Sanskar Bharati, Mayuri Fadke and Entrance Vaishnava are the first part instructors of the course.undefined 

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