Shiksha Shastri B.Ed.

  • course years 24 Years
  • type of course Under Graduate
  • course stream Education
  • course type Full Time


The Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) in Shiksha Shastri is a two-year full-time undergraduate course in the advanced level of Sanskrit; the study is given by Central Sanskrit University in New Delhi and accredited by the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE). A Candidate who has passed Shastri, B.Ed, or an equivalent Sanskrit test can be admitted to Shiksha Shastri, a one-year course. In modern education, this corresponds to B.Ed.


During the course, students will learn about childhood and growing up, current India and its education system, the fundamentals of understanding, learning, and teaching, Sanskrit Language Disciplines, Gender, School, and Society, and Sanskrit Pedagogy. Through the Social Science Club, students will be able to arrange co-curricular activities.


One of the oldest languages that existed is Sanskrit, and several sacred books published by diverse authors were all written in Sanskrit. Sanskrit is one of the mediums used to link people to our literature and traditions in the modern period. SHIKSHA SHASTRI B.Ed course is suitable for those who wish to promote the value of the Sanskrit language, which is rapidly fading. Sanskrit is a tough language to master, so those who are learning it should put in a lot of effort.


Eligibility Criteria for SHIKSHA SHASTRI B.Ed

  • The interested candidates must pass Shastri of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or a comparable conventional degree from any University or reputed analyzing body, or B.A. in 10+2+3 training design (with Sanskrit as one of the primary subjects) or Acharya /M.A. (Skt.) with at least half stamps in total, simply bypassing the Sansthan's PSST.
  • There is a 5% relaxation for SC/ ST/ OBC/ Person with Disability in the qualifying exam.
  • Students who apply must have completed 20 years.
  • This rule is without exception.


  • One of the oldest languages that existed is Sanskrit, and several sacred books published by diverse authors were all written in Sanskrit. Sanskrit is one of the mediums used to link people to our literature and traditions in the modern period. Therefore knowing the language and understanding the ancient manuscript requires a mastery of the language.
  • Higher Salary Package: Students with this degree are in high demand. They may expect to be paid well if they have a strong command of the subject.
  • There are several teaching and research opportunities available. If you're interested in these topics, this is the course for you.

Future Scopes of SHIKSHA SHASTRI B.Ed

  • Candidates who complete a study from one of the approved colleges have various job opportunities available to them. Because of the high demand, the market is so competitive that the salary is more than other courses.
  • There are some of the most important job openings in the teaching and research fields.
  • After completing Shiksha Shashtri BEd, students can pursue higher education in Sanskrit, such as a PhD, M.Phil, or M.A., and then work as a lecturer or researcher at any reputable university.

Career and Job Opportunities after SHIKSHA SHASTRI B.Ed

  • After completing this course, a variety of job prospects become available. Candidates can choose from several job profiles to fit their needs.
  • Aspirants can apply for positions such as Vaastu Architect (Acharya), Interpreters/Translators, Media and Mass Communication, Technical Writer, or Postsecondary Sanskrit Teacher.
  • Writing is a desirable and sought-after job for those with a lot of creativity and a way with words. Writing is one of the most crucial skills covered in the course. Caption writers, creative writers, and copywriters are three different categories of writers, each with its own set of responsibilities. Writers begin generating a written work by researching their subjects through journals, books, interviews, or via personal experience.
  • They can work as Sanskrit linguistic specialists: Language computing in India necessitates a large number of people. Sanskrit is a super-set, while the grammar rules of other Indian languages are sub-sets. There are numerous research posts available at a variety of institutions.

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