1st April, 1967, the Vidyapeetha was taken over by the Government of India and on the 21st December 1970.
Founded in 1966, Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University is known as SLBSRSV. The courses offered by SLBSRSV are BA, MA, B.Ed, M.Ed, M.Phil, and Ph.D. along with diploma and certification courses.
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University is approved by UGC.
Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri National Sanskrit University courses are offered at various levels Undergraduate Degree (i.e Bachelor of Education, Bachelor of Naturopathy and Yogic Science (BNYS) ), Postgraduate Degree (i.e Master of Education (M.Ed), Master of Science in Yoga and Naturopathy ). You can also find a brief overview of the different courses offered by the university across various disciplines with their specializations on the Course page.
The S.L.B.S.N.S University has one hostel building for boys having lodging for ninety-nine college students in fifty-one rooms. There are sixteen single-seated rooms for studies pupils and senior college students; sixteen double-seated rooms and sixteen triple-seated rooms for different college students. The hostel is ready with current centers like Local Area Network, Computer, TV and Telephone, a common room, eating hall, refreshment hall, kitchen, and pantry. Prof. Sundar Narayan Jha is presently appointed because of the Warden of the Boy's hostel.
The management, upkeep, and different sports have been monitored via way of means of the Hostel Warden and the Hostel Committee. Various programs/features have been prepared through the hostel citizens withinside the stated instructional session. Many college students admitted withinside the University is from different states at present the state has a wise allotment of college students as under.
This library has very rich and informative collections of each conventional and modern discipline. This library is well-known for its complete coverage of the Sanskrit Collection, particularly Vedas, Puranas, Upanishads, Dharmashastras, Yoga, Astrology, Vyakarna, Vaastu Shastra, Sahitya, Darshans, Paurohitya, Ayurveda, and many others.
Besides, the collection on different topics like Education, Philosophy, Psychology, Hindi, English, and different modern-day field make this library an actual treasure-trove of knowledge. The library has over one lakh collections on diverse topics The University library isn't only catering to the instructional facts and studies needs of the faculties, researchers, students, and many others of the University however additionally extends its sources to different Sanskrit bibliophile human beings thru its special membership scheme thus, really serving to satisfy the goal of the University.
SLBSRSV Health Care Unit is placed withinside the University close to the temple. It presents primary and specialized medical centers to its members/beneficiaries spherical the clock besides on Gazetted vacations and Sundays from 09:30 AM to 05:30 PM. It has a full-time Physician, part-time Gynaecologist, and Dental Specialist.
Admission to BA, MA, and M.Phil provided based on the entrance test followed by an Interview is the criteria for the admissions. For and Ph.D., B.Ed., and M.Ed. Courses and admissions are made based on the All India Combined Entrance Test followed by a Personal Interview.
SLBSRSV extends scholarships to its meritorious and needy college students to inspire them and promote Sanskrit withinside the present times. In case of lack of scholarships, second or third Year Students can be given the scholarship who couldn’t earn it in 1st Year.
To preserve Shastric tradition and interpretation of the Shastras by establishing their relevance to the problems in the modern context.
To impart instruction in traditional Sanskrit lore with special attention to highly specialized branches. Apart from higher studies in Sanskrit literature, the University is also committed to high-level research in other language and literature of Asia which has a bearing on Sanskrit literature. Study of Classical Sanskrit and contemporary literature in Sanskrit. To enrich the knowledge of Sanskrit heritage.