1. M.A (Regular)
  2. M.A (Weekend)
  3. M. Phil
  4. Ph.D
  5. Certificate Course in Sanskrit
    This course is meant for beginners who want to learn Sanskrit from the basics. This course focuses on spoken Sanskrit as well as basic grammar of the language. It is seen that students can read, write and understand simple Sanskrit by this course.This course can be joined by anybody who is interested to learn Sanskrit and standard Xth is the basic eligibility of this course. Course is run on every Saturday between 2.30 p.m. -5.45 p.m. Duration of the course in one year and exam shall be conducted in the month of April.
  6. Diploma in Sanskrit
    This course is the next level of learning Sanskrit language. One who has done certificate course can join this course as well as one who is well conversant with basic understanding of Sanskrit language and grammar.This course focuses on making students aware of Classical Sanskrit literature along with higher grammar. Course is run on every Saturday between 2.30 p.m. -5.45 p.m. Duration of the course in one year and exam shall be conducted in the month of April.
  7. Advanced Diploma in Sanskrit
    Students with diploma in Sanskrit but having graduation in any subject are eligible for this course. This course opens different areas of Sanskrit like Veda, Vedanta, Vyakarana, Sahitya to students. Students have to submit two assignments along with the written exam.This is like a bridge course for those who want to pursue for M. A. in Sanskrit. Course is run for the duration of one year on every Saturday between 1.00-5.00 p.m. (time is flexible – it will be decided as per the convenience of majority students and faculty members).
  8. P.G. Diploma In Comparative Mythology
  9. Advanced Diploma In Comparative Mythology
  10. Diploma in Manuscriptology
  11. P.G.Diploma in Mysticism
    No matter how much man progresses materially, his spiritual quest is unending. Science and technology may answer many of life’s questions in the 21st century, but it still cannot tell us who God is, what He looks like, or where He can be found. For answers to questions such as these, we turn to holy men and women, saints and mystics. The term ‘mysticism’ is largely misunderstood and often confused with occult, superstition, magic, etc. However, it is none of these things. In its simplest sense, Mysticism is the process of union with God. Since God is not the monopoly of any religious group, mystics and mystical experiences are found in all cultures. The study of mysticism is the study of these people and their spiritual journeys, resulting in a divine union.Mysticism is a fairly new branch of knowledge and was first investigated thoroughly by Evelyn Underhill, an English woman who wrote on matters of Christian mysticism and mystical processes thereof in the late 20th century. Closer home, Gurudev Ranade did similar scholarly work in this field. His defining work ‘Mysticism in Maharashtra’ set the paradigm of systematic study of the subject.The Department of Sanskrit, University of Mumbai, takes forth Ranade’s legacy by offering this unique course in Mysticism. The department offers a Post Graduate Diploma in Mysticism and an Advanced Post Graduate Diploma* on the same upon completion of the former. Some of the topics covered under these courses are as follows:•Nature and definition of Mysticism
    •Vedic & Upanishadic mysticism
    •Buddhist & Jaina mysticism
    •Christian mysticism
    •Islamic and Sufi mysticism
    •Lives of mystics like Meerabai, Kabir, Sri Aurobindo, Chakradhar Swami, St. Thomas Aquinas, and many more
    •Language and symbolism in mysticism, etc.These and many other topics offer a well rounded view of the subject. There are also many insights to be gained from religious and philosophical perspectives. With in-house subject matter experts and guest lecturers, the student of mysticism has a lot to take away from the course. Any graduate is eligible for the course, which lasts one academic year. Since classes take place only one day in a week – Saturday, it is ideal for working professionals and students of other streams, or anyone who is spiritually inquisitive. Classes begin in June every year, culminating in April with an examination and project work. For more details, contact Dr. Madhavi Narsalay – 9821347961.
  12. Advanced Diploma in Mysticism
  13. Certificate Course in Bhakti Literautre
    This course gives an extensive viewpoint for understanding origin and development of Bhakti along with textual study of some Bhakti treatises like Narada Bhakti Sutra. Significant feature of this course is it covers different stotras composed by various acharyas from bhakti point of view. It gives different facets of Bhakti through understanding principles of various Bhakti traditions.
  14. Certificate course in Prakrit

Fee structure

  • M.A. (Part – I)- Rs. 5661/- (+Rs. 660 exam fee)
  • M.A. (Part – II)- Rs. 4506/- (+Rs. 660 exam fee)
  • M.Phill -Rs. 7495/- (+Rs. 760 exam fee)
  • Ph.D.- Rs. 11995/-
  • Certificate in Sanskrit – Rs. 2040/- (+Rs. 360 /-exam fee)
  • Diploma in Sanskrit- Rs. 2040/- (+Rs. 360/- exam fee)
  • P-G Diploma course in comparative mythology-Rs. 2540/- (+Rs. 660 exam fee)
  • Advanced P. G. Diploma in Comparative mythology- Rs. 3540/- (+Rs. 660/- exam fee)
  • Certificate course in Manuscriptology- Rs. 1040/- (Including Exam Fee)
  • Diploma course in Manuscriptology-Rs. 1540/-(Including Exam Fee)
  • Advanced Diploma Course in Manuscriptology – Rs. 2040/-(Including Exam Fee)

Help Desk:

Shrimati Rekha Kadam
Ramkrishna Bajaj Sanskrit Bhavan,
Behind Anna Bhau Sathe Guest House,

Vidyanagari, Santacruz, Mumbai-400 098.

Contact 022-26543300 for more information
Email ID – departmentofsanskrit@gmail.com