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 Masters in 
Indian Knowledge Systems 

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India has a rich tradition of intellectual inquiry and textual heritage that goes back several thousands of years. India was advanced in knowledge systems, traditions, and practices since antiquity. The whole range of knowledge systems is multifarious, from the Vedas, and Upanishads to scriptural, philosophical, scientific, technological and artistic sources. The disciplines and domains of knowledge include logic, philosophy, language, technology and crafts, polity, economics and governance, ethics and sociological orders, architecture and engineering, pure sciences, earth sciences, bio sciences, poetics and aesthetics, law and justice, grammar, mathematics and astronomy, metrics, agriculture, mining, metallurgy, trade and commerce, ayurved and yog, medicine and life sciences, geography, military science, weaponry, ship building, navigation and maritime traditions, biology and veterinary science, etc. The major knowledge tradition prescribes 14 Vidyas- theoretical domains – and 64 Kalas - crafts, skill sets and arts – that are useful in day-to-day living.

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IACDSC Accredited Masters Program

🌼Duration: 2 Years, From August 2022

🌼Eligibility – Graduate or Equivalent

🌼Teaching Language – Hindi  

🌼Age – No age Limit

🌼Study Material – Hard copy + E-Book 

🌼Study Material Language – Hindi + English

🌼Mode: Online and Offline classes @ Pune, Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad

🌼Semesters: 4

🌼Credits – 64  (04 credits per Subject)

🌼Subjects – 16 (4 subjects per Semester)

🌼Sessions – approx. 240

🌼Each session Duration - Online / Offline - 90 Minutes (70 Min.Lecture + 20 Min Q & A)

Program Timings:

Online Course  – Monday to Thursday – 8:30 pm to 10:00 pm (Zoom App)

Offline Course - Every Sunday – 9:30 am to 4 pm ( Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad )
                            Class location will be informed to enrolled students

Fee Structure 

  • 1st Year - Indian Students ₹48000/- | Foreign Students: $900/-

  • 2nd Year - Indian Students ₹48000/- | Foreign Students: $900/-

(Fees inclusive of Admission fee, Permanent registration fee, Tuition fee, Study material, Assessment, Examination fee, Supervision, Technical Support & Guidance fee, etc.)


Re-examination Fees: ₹1,000/- per subject (USD $ 30/- For Foreign Students)
Convocation Fees: ₹2,000/- (USD $ 50/- Foreign Students)

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Program Syllabus

Paper 1 – Introduction to IKS -- 14 Vidyas, 64 Kalas

The Paper on Introduction to Indian Knowledge Systems is developed with the objective that the learner has a basic understanding of ancient wisdom. The multiple folds of knowledge originated, developed, and applied in all the fields in India. Before entering into the mainline of Indian Knowledge Systems, the learner must have an overview of the IKS.

What you will Learn
•    Definition and Concept of Indian Knowledge Systems including 14 Vidyas 64 Kalas
•    Scope, Nature and History of Indian Knowledge Systems
•    Need of Indian Knowledge Systems today
•    Indian Knowledge Systems in different fields of life – Literature, Philosophy, Science and Technology, etc.
•    Indian Knowledge Systems in different fields of life – Social and Political System, Trade and Commerce, Economical System, etc.
•    Indian Knowledge Systems in different fields of life – Music, Dance, Drama, Traditions, Festivals, etc.


Paper 2 – Sanskrit Bhasha Parichay 

Sanskrit is the mother of all languages. Ancient literature and ancient scripts are in the Sanskrit language. The Sanskrit language is the foundation of all the IKS fields, therefore learning the Sanskrit language is the necessity to have a better understanding and Research oriented study of IKS. The Paper is designed with the objective to provide the learner an overview of Sanskrit Bhasha. The scope of this Paper is large that it is not possible to cover it in detail, but with an overview and further detailed study, the learner can interpret the Sanskrit text.


Paper 3 – Knowledge: Origin & Sources

The need of including this Paper is to keep in view the perspective of the word ‘’Knowledge” and its Interpretation. Knowledge is not just having information about a particular subject. Here Knowledge is considered “Enlightenment” which provides a most effective way of living. The Paper is developed with the view that the learner should build a foundation for learning Indian Knowledge Systems.


Paper 4 – Ancient Indian History

The real history is not the political ups and downs of the dynasties of the kings, emperors, or of the great social leaders but it is constituted of the record of the development of thought processes, arts, sciences, and the cultural traits. 
The objective of this course is to let the learner know and understand true Indian History. 
India has a connected history since the Swayambhuva Manu, whose date can be put at approximately 31,000 before present as narrated in Puranas. The divisions of the passage of time i.e. Yug, Manvantara and Kalpa are vast enough to be beyond the common man’s comprehension. These are important aspects of History which needs to be studied. 

Paper 5 – Pure Sciences I

Science is the factual analysis of the way of living and thinking. India has it in Vedas and other allied literature. The Paper on Pure Sciences attempt to give an idea about how different fields of Sciences like mathematics, Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Architecture, Earth Sciences, Agriculture, etc. were developed and put to use since Ancient times. This paper will make the learner aware of great Indian discoveries and the Researcher to work in that direction.


Paper 6 – Pure Sciences II

Science is the factual analysis of the way of living and thinking. India has it in Vedas and other allied literature. The Paper on Pure Sciences attempt to give an idea about how different fields of Sciences like mathematics, Astronomy, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Architecture, Earth Sciences, Agriculture, etc. were developed and put to use since Ancient times. This paper will make the learner aware of great Indian discoveries and the Researcher to work in that direction.


Paper 7 – Indian Literature I 

The Paper includes Vedic literature i.e. Vedas, Vedang, Upaved, Upanishads, Darshanas, Puranas, Classical literature, etc. The objective of including this Paper is to provide the learner a 360-degree view of the Ancient Indian way of living and systems. In India not only Philosophical literature but also Scientific, Political, Vyakaran, Kavya, Natya and many more types of literature got produced. This will make learner explore multi-fold areas of life.


Paper 8 – Indian Literature II

The Paper includes Vedic literature i.e. Vedas, Vedang, Upaved, Upanishads, Darshanas, Puranas, Classical literature, etc. The objective of including this Paper is to provide the learner a 360-degree view of the Ancient Indian way of living and systems. In India not only Philosophical literature but also Scientific, Political, Vyakaran, Kavya, Natya and many more types of literature areas are produced. This will make the learner explore multi-fold areas of life.

Paper 9   – Study of Dharma

The Paper on Study of Dharma is being developed to make the learner understand the concept of Dharma, “धारयति इति धर्म:।” Dharma is not religion, though it is often misunderstood with Religion. Dharma is the way of living life. Dharma, Vedic Dharma, Hindu Dharma, Sanatan Dharma, Bharatiya Dharma are one and the same. Dharma is not only applicable to human beings but it holds the entire Universe. Studying this Paper will make the learner realize the true meaning of Dharma and its influence on every single entity in the Universe.


Paper 10 – Ancient Indian Architecture

The Glorious Tradition of Architecture, Sculpture and Temple building flows from Ancient India. The unique invention of the Indian psyche's superlative imagination and aesthetics is visible in Ancient Architecture. 
Studying this Paper is very important to know the development of Art, Craft, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, etc. The objective of including this Paper is to bring Ancient Technology to the surface and in use in today’s age.


Paper 11 – Indian Culture & Traditions

Culture is not different from ways of living life which consider every aspect of life and every small part of the Universe. The word 'culture' has its equivalent in Sanskrit-Samskriti. The Vedas are eternal. They embody eternal truths and so the Samskriti founded on the Vedas is necessarily eternal founded on the same foundational principles.
The learner of this paper will enlighten by the eternal foundation of Indian Culture and Tradition. The Vedas confidently declare – “Krnvanto Viśvamāryam” – “Our aim is to civilize the world-Arya means civilized.”


Paper 12 – Ancient Indian Trade and Commerce

The Paper on Ancient Indian Trade and Commerce is developed with the objective that the learner should get an idea about the Ancient Trade System, Currency, Export Mechanism, Reach of Indian Goods, Different Trade Policies, Trade Routes, and Modes of Transportation. With this Paper the Learner will have an overview of the development of Trade and Commerce in Ancient India.

Paper 13 – Economic and Political Systems in Ancient India

Indian Political thought has been influenced by many thinkers. For a proper understanding of the Indian Political and Economical theories, it is essential to study the ideas and philosophies of prominent political thinkers of the past that influence modern political thoughts. This Paper will provide the learners an insight into the manner in which these ideas were adopted and implemented by those thinkers.


Paper 14 – Ancient Indian Arts

Ancient Indian Arts include Music, Dance, Drama, Paintings, etc. India has a rich tradition of Arts. Many Dance forms developed in different regions of India. The same is the case with Musical Instruments. Arts were considered a medium to reach God, a medium to pray the God. The scope of this Paper is very large that it is not possible to cover it in detail but this Paper will provide an overview of different forms of Ancient Indian Arts.


Paper 15 – Ancient Indian Universities

The ancient system of education was the education of the Vedas, Brahmanas, Upanishads, and Dharmasutras. In ancient India, both formal and informal ways of education system existed. The Indian education system continued in the form of ashrams, in temples, and as indigenous schools and Universities like Nalanda, Vallabhi, Vikramshila, etc. The objective of the paper is to let the learner know about how the education system evolved over the period and focused on the holistic development of the individual by taking care of both the inner and the outer self.


Paper 16 – Project

In the last semester of the Program, the learner has to complete a Project. It has 4 Credits. Topics for the projects will be provided at the start of the 4th semester. The learner has to submit the project report and give a presentation.

 

ASSESSMENT & EVALUATION 

  • 100 marks for subject 

  • Written Exam – 60 Marks, Assignment – 20 Marks,  Oral – 20 Marks 

  • Project – Thesis & Presentation 

  • Passing – Min. 40% marks in each subject 

Opportunities - Employment... Self Employment... Professional

🎯 Faculty - As a professor, teacher, mentor, guide, and coach in Colleges, Universities, Institutions, Professional Organizations, the IT & Software Sectors, Digital Content Creation, etc..

🎯 Professional - IKS expert, IKS Consultant, IKS Director in Corporate Companies, Professional & Social Organizations, NGOs, Media Houses, Trade Associations, Travel & Tourism, Hospitality Sector, IT & Software sector, Digital Content Creation, etc.

🎯 Research - Research Scholar in National & International Research organizations, etc.

🎯 Social & Cultural - Event Management, Social, Cultural & Service Organizations, Hospitals & Health Care etc.

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About Bhishma School of Indic Studies 

Bhishma School of Indic Studies (BSIS) is a pioneer institute in the field of Indian Knowledge Systems ( IKS ), Hindu Studies and Indic Studies. BSIS programs are accredited by IACDSC, USA, an international accreditation body. AICTE has listed Bhishma School of Indic Studies in the list of IKS Institutes in India. BSIS has associations with Gujarat Technological University, Hindu Council of Australia, Dharmashree, Vijnyan Bharati, Vidya Bharati Uchha Shiksha Sansthan, IHAR - USA & India, etc. Bhishma School of Indic Studies offers courses and programs from Certificate, Diploma to PhD, D.Litt.  under various schools. 

The whole range of knowledge systems under these schools is multifarious, from the Vedas, and Upanishads to scriptural, philosophical, scientific, technological and artistic sources. The disciplines and domains of knowledge include logic, philosophy, language, technology and crafts, polity, economics and governance, ethics and sociological orders, architecture and engineering, pure sciences, earth sciences, bio sciences, poetics and aesthetics, law and justice, grammar, mathematics and astronomy, metrics, agriculture, mining, metallurgy, trade and commerce, Ayurved and yog, medicine and life sciences, geography, military science, weaponry, shipbuilding, navigation and maritime traditions, biology and veterinary science, music, dance, drama, carvings, paintings, spirituality, divinity, civilization study, culture & heritage etc. BSIS is focusing on the revitalization of the major knowledge tradition i.e. 14 Vidyas- theoretical domains - and 64 Kalas-crafts, skill sets and arts that are useful in day-to-day living through its activities and programs.

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Faculties:

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Dr. Pramod Pathak

Eminent Indologist and Author

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Dr. Narendra Joshi

Senior Scholar from HUA, USA

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K.P.Umapathy Acharya

Hereditary Architect
Director, Institute of Sacred Architecture, Kumbakonam

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Dr. B N Jagtap

Distinguished Scientist and Director, Chemistry Group of Bhabha Atomic Research Centre

FAQs about Masters Programs

1) Why one should join the Masters Programs offered by Bhishma School of Indic Studies?  

Ans. :- For the first time in India and the world, Bhishma School of Indic Studies has launched Masters Programs in Indian Knowledge Systems and Hindu studies. The central government is insisting and putting emphasis on following all actions and activities based on ancient Indian Knowledge Systems which are indigenous, traditional, still relevant in many sectors, and trustworthy. Unfortunately since British times and after independence till 2014, IKS was neglected and underestimated. Besides we see that the so-called modern western concepts are failing repeatedly. Great transformation and radical change is happening around us and the foundation of this revival will be Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS). National Education policy has written a roadmap for this change. It will be not only limited to the education sector but the change will cover each and every sector of life around us. The great IKS wave has just begun and it will grow for a minimum next 4 to 5 decades. It will expand not only in India but all over the world. It is expected that 5 million new jobs will be generated in IKS and Hindu Studies Sector in the next few decades. Every wise person or student of any age should understand this change which is happening silently and he should get ready to lead this IKS wave by acquiring the expertise in Indian Knowledge Systems i.e. IKS. The Masters Programs of Bhishma School of Indic Studies will open the doors of a bright and long-term future for everyone who can sense and experience the transformation happening in the country. Students who will join at an early stage will be highly benefited. Apart from individual benefits, they will share immense contributions to the country and the world. 

2) What is the background of the Bhishma School of Indic Studies? 

Ans. :- Bhishma School of Indic Studies, Pune (BSIS) is a pioneer institute in the field of Indian Knowledge Systems ( IKS ), Hindu Studies, and Indic Studies. The mother organization BHISHMA was established in 1976 by late Dr. Shripad Dattatray Kulkarni and blessed by PP Paramacharya of Kanchi Kamkoti Pitham. Many Eminent Scholars and personalities from India and abroad are associated with BSIS as mentors and advisors including PP Swami Govinddev Giri, Padmabhushan Dr. Vijay Bhatkar, Dr.Kapil Kapoor, Rajiv Ji Malhotra, Dr. Vasant Shinde, Dr. Ravindra Kulkarni, Dr.Shashi ji Tiwari, Dr. Yashwant Pathak, Acharya Umapati Ji, Dr. Milind Sathye, etc. Bhishma School of Indic Studies offers courses and programs from Certificate, and Diploma to Ph.D., and D.Litt.  under various schools.  The whole range of knowledge systems under these schools is multifarious, from the Vedas, and Upanishads to scriptural, philosophical, scientific, technological and artistic sources. The disciplines and domains of knowledge include logic, philosophy, language, technology and crafts, polity, economics and governance, ethics and sociological orders, architecture and engineering, pure sciences, earth sciences, bio sciences, poetics and aesthetics, law and justice, grammar, mathematics and astronomy, metrics, agriculture, mining, metallurgy, trade and commerce, Ayurveda and Yog, medicine and life sciences, geography, military science, weaponry, shipbuilding, navigation and maritime traditions, biology, and veterinary science, music, dance, drama, carvings, paintings, spirituality, divinity, civilization study, culture & heritage, etc. BSIS is focusing on the revitalization of the major knowledge tradition i.e. 14 Vidyas- theoretical domains - and 64 Kalas-crafts, skill sets, and arts-that are useful in day-to-day living through its activities and programs. BSIS has conducted online certificate programs for the last 3 years and more than 4200 students have completed it successfully.    

 

3) Do these Masters programs have any affiliation with any university? UGC? AICTE ? Any Other Government Agency?  

Ans. :-  BSIS Masters programs are accredited by IACDSC, USA, an international accreditation agency in USA. AICTE has listed Bhishma School of Indic Studies in the list of IKS Institutes in India. BSIS is following an internationally recognized credit system advised by IACDSC. Masters Programs carry 64 credits. BSIS has associations with Gujrat Technological University, Ahmedabad, Hindu Council of Australia, Dharmashree, Vijnyan Bharati, Vidya Bharati Uchha Shiksha Sansthan, IHAR - USA & India, etc. UGC has recently included Hindu Studies as a subject for NET examination. AICTE has recently opened an IKS cell and AICTE has now mandated IKS in the curriculum for various courses. Yet UGC and Universities do not have standard approval and affiliation procedure for Masters Programs in Indian Knowledge Systems and Hindu Studies. Masters Programs offered by BSIS will get approved once a standard procedure is introduced by the government.   

 

4) What are the career opportunities in Masters Programs? 

Ans. :-  There are the following opportunities with BSIS Masters Programs. i) Job i.e. Employment Opportunities ii) Research Opportunities iii) Professional Opportunities iv) Business Opportunities v) Industrial Opportunities vi) Consulting / Coaching Opportunities vii) Social Opportunities viii) Cultural Opportunities ix) Self Employment Opportunities x) Performance Opportunities, etc. Now let us explore opportunities in each Program

 

A) Masters In Indian Knowledge Systems – Be an India Scholar / IKS Scholar 

i) Faculty – As a professor, teacher, mentor, guide, and coach in Colleges, Universities, Institutions, Professional Organizations, IT & Software sectors, Digital Content creation, etc. 

ii) Professional – IKS expert, IKS Consultant, IKS Director in corporate companies, Professional & Social Organizations, NGOs, Media Houses, Trade Associations, Travel & Tourism, Hospitality Sector, IT & Software sector, Digital Content Creation, etc. 

iii) Research – Research Scholar in National & International Research Organizations, etc. 

iv) Social & Cultural – Event Management, Social, Cultural & Service Organizations, Hospitals & Health Care etc. 

 

B) Masters In Hindu Studies – Be a Hindu Scholar / Hindu Counsellor

i) Hindu Counselors – Includes Hindu Health Counselors, Hindu Psychological Counselors, Hindu Marriage Counselors, Hindu Spiritual Counselors etc. in Corporate Companies, Hospitals, Social & Spiritual Organizations, etc. 

ii) Faculty – As a professor, teacher, mentor, guide, coach in Colleges, Universities, Institutions, Professional Organizations, IT & Software sector, Digital Content Creation etc. 

iii) Expert & Consultant – Hospitals, Industries, Corporate, Temples, Spiritual organizations, Event Management, etc.

iv) Research – Research scholar in National & International research organizations, etc.

 

C) Masters In Kautilya Politics and Economics? – Be a Kautilya Scholar / Kautilya Coach / Kautilya Political Expert / Kautilya Economic Expert / Kautilya Life Coach 

i) Kautilya Experts: Huge demand in Strategy & Policy Making Consultation Companies to Political Parties e.g. Political / Election Consultancy, etc.  

ii) Economic & Strategic Experts in Corporate Companies & Organizations, etc.

iii) Faculty – As a professor, teacher, mentor, guide, and coach in Colleges, Universities, Institutions, Professional Organizations, IT & Software sector, Digital Content Creation, etc. 

iv) Expert & Consultant in Social & Cultural organizations, NGO’s, etc.  

v) Expert in – Embassy offices, International organizations, Media Houses, Research organizations, Cyber security, etc. 

vi) Warfare & Foreign affairs – Organizations & Consulting Companies, etc. 

vii) Political Party –Students who wish to take politics as a career will find this course most useful. Leaders and Workers of various Political Parties should join this course. 

D) Masters In Vedic Literature – Be a Vedic Scholar / Vedic Counsellor  

i) Research - 10 million manuscripts are available related to Vedic & Indian Knowledge systems. Hardly 5% of it has been studied. There is a need and demand for Research for studying more than 9 million scripts. Huge research potential for Master in Vedic Literature.  

ii) Faculty – As a professor, teacher, mentor, guide, and coach in Colleges, Universities, Institutions, Professional Organizations, IT & Software sector, digital Content Creation etc.

iii) Vedic Counselor – As Vedic Cultural Counselor, Vedic Rituals Counselor, Vedic Literature / Career Counselor etc. 

iv) Vedic Experts / Vedic Consultant 

 

5. Is attendance compulsory for Masters Programs? 

Ans. :-  Attendance is required but not strictly compulsory for Online or Offline programs. It is because the recording of class will be available for the students of both online mode and offline mode. We encourage all students to attend the sessions as students get enlightened and thrilled after learning the contents by attending the same. 

6. What will be the examination pattern? How students will be assessed?  

Ans. :-   There will be an assessment of 100 marks for each paper. Division of marks will be as follows:-   60 marks for Written exam, 20 marks for Assignment and 20 marks for Oral. The duration for the written examination will be of 2 hours.  

7.  Please inform me about the availability of lecture recording? Whether recordings will be available for offline students? 

Ans. :-   Recordings of all online lectures will be available for both, online and offline students.  Recordings of online lectures will be available for offline students also. These recordings will be available till the result of the semester is declared.

  

8. How students will get recordings? 

Ans. :- The student will receive an email on his registered email id after the commencement of the programs. There will be a link to the Google Drive folder. BSIS will upload the recording in a google drive within 24 hours after the session is over. Students are required to keep checking the folder regularly. 

 

9. What will be the structure of assignments and how they should be submitted?  

Ans. :-  There will be 20 marks assignment for each subject. Students will be provided 10 questions for the assignment and they require to write descriptive answers for 4 questions in around 2000 words. Answers should be handwritten and after writing the answers, students need to make PDF documents and upload on given link. All students of Online and Offline modes are required to upload assignments on the given link. Hard copies will not be accepted.    

10.  What will be the structure of the Project and how it will be assessed?  

Ans. :-  There is a project in the 4th semester carrying 100 marks. Students will be required to discuss and finalize a subject of research for the project with the course coordinator till the end of 2nd semester. The subject should be under the broad outline of the program which the student has joined. Students are required to prepare a thesis of 120 to 160 pages. The language of the thesis should be Hindi or English. There will be no written examination for Project. There will be a presentation after the submission of the thesis. Bhishma School encourages and supports students to get published their project thesis published as a book.

  

11. What is IACDSC accreditation and what are its benefits? 

Ans. :-   IACDSC is the international accreditation organization of degree-granting institutions based on Dharmic traditions and cultures. It is based in USA. The degrees granted by IACDSC are valid and authentic all over the world. For more details please visit  https://iacdsc.org/

12. How Bhishma Masters Programs will be accepted in the USA? 

Ans. :-  Educational qualifications and degrees of Indian Universities are not valid, accredited and accepted in USA. It is because there is a huge difference of the educational system and pattern of education in both countries. Masters Programs offered by Bhishma School of India Studies are accredited by IACDSC, USA. The degrees of BSIS are accepted in USA because they are accredited by an accreditation agency in USA.      

13. How Bhishma Masters Programs will benefit students residing in USA ?

Ans. :-   USA students will get great benefits by joining Bhishma Masters Programs as they are accredited in USA by IACDSC. All Indians in USA should join these programs. Programs will enlighten them as well as bring employment opportunities in various organizations including hospitals, temples, community colleges, community organizations, service organizations, health management organizations and even in corporate sector. Students will be able to work as Hindu Counsellor, India Scholar, Kautilya Corporate / Political / Economic Scholar, Vedic Scholar, Hindu Scholar, etc. The spouses of H-1 visa holders can get employment after completing Bhishma Masters Programs.

   

14. What do the students need to prepare? 

Ans. :-   For online mode, students require pen, paper, and an inquisitive mind. BSIS will provide study material and suggest reference material for additional reading and study. Students are expected to refer it and complete their assignment and project work. This is applicable to offline students, also. Offline students are required to attend classes physically.

 

15. What will be the language of the study material? 

Ans. :-   Study Material will be mainly in Hindi. There will be English content also.   

16. What will be the language of teaching?

Ans. :-  Teaching will be in the Hindi language.  

17. Are online sessions interactive? 

Ans. :-   All our online sessions will be highly interactive! The student will not only enjoy live video and audio but will be able to interact with the faculty in different ways: There will be  15-20 minutes after every session for Q&A. Students can write questions in the chatbox in the zoom app in an ongoing session. Students can also write mail about the query. 

18. Who are the faculties? 

Ans. :-  Eminent faculties and scholars are associated with BSIS from various locations in India and outside India in large numbers. They are learned, studious and motivated. Please visit the following link to know our faculty https://www.bhishmaindics.org/team 

19. How will students join the online sessions? 

Ans. :-  After enrollment, students will receive a confirmation of admission mail. The student will receive an email from the BSIS support desk, a day before of commencement of the program which will give an access link and code of Zoom meeting. 

20. Do I need to download any app for live sessions? 

Ans. :-   Yes. You need to download Zoom application for live sessions. 

21. After Masters Program, will the students be eligible to join Ph.D. programs? 

Ans. :-    Yes. Masters program is of 64 credits. BSIS is going to launch PhD programs very soon. Students can join after completing Masters Programs. 

22. Where should students contact for queries or for assistance? 

Ans. :-   For calling: 7875743405; Whatsapp: 7875191270 

23. What will be the duration of this Program? 

Ans. :-   2 Years – August 2022 to July 2024 – 4 Semester Program

24. When Semester Examination will be conducted?  

Ans. :-   Written exam will be conducted in the last month of semester and it will be conducted on weekend i.e Saturday & Sunday. 

25. Can a student appear for an examination if he missed an examination or failed?  

Ans. :-   Students can appear for re-examination in the upcoming semester. Fees will be Rs. 1000/- ( For Indian students ) or USD $ 30 ( for Foreign students ) for each paper. 

26. What is the refund policy and jurisdiction? 

Ans. :-   Please note that there will be no refund of any fees after taking the admission in any circumstances. All complaints will have Pune City jurisdiction limit only. Students are advised to study and understand all the instructions, terms and conditions and related information before taking admission and payment of fees.  

27. What will be the mode of communication and language for students while communicating with BSIS office  ? 

Ans. :-   Students can contact BSIS via whatsApp, email, mobile or by physical visit to office. The language should be Hindi and English.  

28. Is there an age limit to joining Masters Program?  

Ans. :-   No. There is no age limit. Anyone above the age of 18 years, can join the Masters Programs. 

 

29. What is the Credit System recognized internationally followed by BSIS ?  

Ans. :-  BSIS is following an internationally recognized  credit system as below

Certificate Course – 

Diploma -………

30. Is BSIS is having any associations? 

Ans. :-   Yes. Bhishma is having academic and other associations with many organizations in India and outside India. Few of them are as follows 

i) Gujrat Technological University – GTU, Ahmedabad. 

ii) Hindu Council of Australia

iii) Vijnyan Bharati – Vijnyan Gurjari  

iv)  VBUSS – Vidya Bharati Uchha Shikshan Sansthan

v) IHAR - USA & India  

vi) Dharmashree

 

31. How Masters Programs will be useful to various age groups ? Are they beneficial for currently employed people? If yes, then how ? 

Ans. :-   Masters Programs offered by Bhishma School of Indic Studies will be useful for all age groups and all sectors of the society. Let us understand that as per the New Eductional policy, there will be revolution and radical change in the education system in India. Apart from this, central government is trying to apply all indigenous, ancient and traditional Indian models based on Indian Knowledge Systems in every field and every sector of the society, social life, governance, trade, commerce, agriculture, education, health sector, etc. At the other end, we experience that the so called modern western models are getting defeated and failed around us. E.g. Allopathy does not have solutions for many ultra-modern diseases and Ayurveda has a deep sense preventive health. Another example is multinational companies mislead Indian population about the quality of food and drugs. Pantanjali and Ramdev Baba have created examples which are beneficial not only for Indians but for the whole world. Let us understand that the whole country as a whole is getting ready for revival and transformation as ancient traditional glorious India. People with any age group working in any field can join Masters Programs and convert the knowledge into an opportunity in the next few decades. They will be the change leaders and lead the change happening around us. So you may be working in any government organization, teacher, professor, doctor, lawyer, CA, engineer, architect or graduate degree holder in any field you can think about Masters Programs as a supportive or alternative career. It will enlighten you at the individual level and also will help you to create a change in society in a professional way. 

 

32. What are the Global Opportunities from these Masters Programs offered by Bhishma School of Indic Studies ? 

Ans. :- Let us understand and accept that due to the respected Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji and his governance, India has achieved global pride and salutation. India has a great image and centre of attraction among the world population. People across the world are very much eager to know about India, its culture, a voyage of civilization, traditions, heritage, etc. Universities in many countries in the world are opening centres for India Study or Centre for Vedic / Hindu Civilization study, etc. There is a global demand for Yog, Ayurved, etc. Now we see that Indian classical music, dance, food, cultural activities are getting popular all over the world. Technology, especially social media is helping for its spread. Indians are getting many higher posts in USA government and USA corporate world as well as many international organizations. Another important benefit is that India is the youngest country in the world. So young Indians will lead and rule the future world. Indians empowered with the foundation of Indian Knowledge Systems and Hindu Studies are having huge career opportunities all over the globe. Besides, you will see that United Nations and other world organizations are talking about the concept of sustainable development and arguing the world to follow it. This concept of sustainable development is the very basis of Indian Knowledge systems and based on Vedic philosophy. Masters Program will help students to become India Scholar, IKS Expert, Hindu Scholar, Hindu Cultural Councellor, Vedic Scholar, Vedic Coach, Kautilya Experts, etc. They all will have global opportunities for next few decades.