Also, go through the detailed UGC NET Syllabus 2021 for Paper 1 for better understanding.
UGC NET Paper 2 Sanskrit Syllabus 2021 - Topics Wise Details
The UGC NET test consists of two papers. Paper 1 contains 50 questions, each of which consists of two points. Sanskrit Paper 2 has 100 questions, and each question has two marks. UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus Pdf Link is given below. Candidates should also go through the UGC NET Exam Pattern 2021.
Note: Both the papers will be continued to be conducted in a single three-hour duration (i.e. there will be no break between the papers). The mode of examination will be computer-based only (i.e. online mode only).
The NTA UGC NET Sanskrit syllabus 2021 consists of the following topics are:
- Specific Study of Vedic Literature
- Darśana Literature: Special Study
- Grammar and Linguistics
- Specific Study of Grammar
- Sanskrit Literature, Poetics and Prosody
- Specific study
- Purāṇetihāsa, Dharmaśāstra and Epigraphy
- Specific study
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Once the application process is complete, all UGC NET candidates should begin preparations without further ado. To prepare for the exam, candidates must have a complete understanding of the UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus 2021. After analyzing the UGC NET syllabus, candidates should be familiar with the UGC NET exam pattern. Here you can download UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus Pdf from the link below.
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Detailed UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus and Strategy
Here are sharing detailed syllabus for Sanskrit and the effective strategy to clear the exam.
Unit 1: Vedic-Literature
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 1|
|General Introduction of Vedic Literature||Main theories regarding the Vedās|
|Saṁhitā Literature||Dialogue Hymns|
Unit 2: Specific Study of Vedic Literature
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 2|
|Study of the hymns||Brāhmaṇa Literature|
|Upaniṣad Literature||Vedic Grammar|
|Nirukta||Principles of Etymology|
Unit 3: Darśana
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 3|
|General Introduction of major schools of Darśana||Pramāṇamīmānsā|
|Nyāya, Sāṁkhya||Yoga, Nyāya, Vaiśeṣika, mīmānsā|
Unit 4: Darśana Literature
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 4|
|Annambhaṭṭa, Tarkasaṁgraha / Keśavamiśra; Tarkabhāṣā||Laugākṣibhāskara|
|Patañjali ; Yogasūtra - (Vyāsabhāṣya)||Bādarāyaṇa ; Brahmasūtra|
|Viśvanāthapañcānana||Sarvadarśana-Saṁgraha ; Jainism ; Buddhism|
Unit 5: Grammar and Linguistics
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 5|
|General Introduction of the main grammarians|
Unit 6: Specific Study of Grammar
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 6|
|Specific Study of Grammar||Definition, Sandhi, Subanta|
|Halanta, Samāsa, Taddhita||Tiṅanta, Prayayānta, Strīpratyaya|
|Kāraka Prakarana, Parasmaipada and Ātmanepada Vidhāna||Mahābhāșya (Paspaśāhnika)|
Unit 7: Sanskrit Literature, Poetics and Prosody
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 7|
|General Introduction of following-||Bhāsa, Aśvaghośa , kālidāsa, Śūdraka, Viśākhadatta|
|Schools of Sanskrit Poetics – Rasa, Alaṅkāra, Rīti, Dhwani, Vakrokti, Aucitya,||Bhāravi, Māgha, Harṣa,|
Bāṇabhaṭṭa, Daṇḍin, Bhavabhūti, Bhaṭṭanārāyaṇa, Bhilhaṇa
|Western Poetics – Aristotle, Longinus, Croche||Shrῑharṣa, Ambikādatta|
vyāsa, Panditā Kṣamārao, V. Raghavan
|Shri Dhar Bhaskar Varnekar|
Unit 8: Specific study
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 8|
|Specific study of the following-||Poetry, Drama, Prose|
|Campū Kāvya, Sāhityadarpaṇaḥ, Kāvyaprakaśa||Alaṁkāras, Dhvanyāloka (I Udyota), Vakroktijīvitam (I Unmeṣa)|
|Bharata – Nāṭyaśāstram (First and Sixth Chapter)||Daśarūpakam (First and Third Prakāśa), Chanda|
Unit 9: Purāṇetihāsa, Dharmaśāstra and Epigraphy
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 9|
|General introduction of the followings-||Rāmāyaṇa, Mahābhārata|
|Purāṇa, General introduction of main Smṛitis||General introduction Kauṭilīya Arthaśāstra|
Unit 10: Specific study
|UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus - Unit 10|
|Kauṭilīya arthaśātra||Manusmṛti, Yājñavalkyasmṛti|
|Paleography and Inscriptions||Brahmi Script of Mauryan and Gupta periods|
|Gupta and Post-Gupta inscriptions||Inscription of Ashoka|
Best Books for UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus 2021
To complete the UGC NET Sanskrit Syllabus, candidates can refer to the books mentioned below. Also, go through the best UGC NET Books 2021 for the remaining sections.
|Sr. No.||Best Books|
|1.||UGC NET/JRF/SLET Sanskrit Prashan Patra-II Avum III (Hindi) by Priyanka Tiwari (Author)|
|2.||Arihant Experts (Publisher)|
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How to Score more in UGC NET Sanskrit?
- Don't work hard, work smart.
- Read each concept carefully. Never be nervous while preparing for the exam.
- Try to compensate for the weakness. Practice each problem from the previous year's work (2004-2019). (You can find PYPs and Mocks for UGC NET.)
- Download UGC NET Question Papers for regular practice and preparation
- Don't prioritize one topic. All units must be given the same priority.
- The goal of JRF must be greater than 120 points. On average, there are 10 questions for each block of the final exam.
- The highlighted topics are very important from the point of view of the exam.
- Get information about current international business events. Try to cover the entire program on time and come back with practice last month. Focus on mock tests to improve your time management skills.
- Daily Review of All Topics in That Topic Fundamentals.
- Check Your Progress with Mock Exams.
- Study hard and stay healthy.
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