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- Revised Copy of Prathama,Kavya,Sahithya Exam TimeTable 2015-16
Revised Copy of Prathama,Kavya,Sahithya Exam TimeTable 2015-16
- First six chapters of Shubha text book for Prathama third year
First six chapters for Shubha text book for Prathama third year
- Prathama Result 2015
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- Snaatakapoorva Deekshaanta Samaaroha
Snaatakapoorva Deekshaanta Samaroha (Pre-university convocation) for the academic year 2011-2012 was held on 30 June, 2012, Saturday in Shikshakara Sadana, Kempegowda Road, Bengaluru at 3.30PM Press Coverage of this Event
- University website and brochure launched
Click here to view the KSU brochure The official website of Karnataka Samskrit University, www.ksu.ac.in, was launched by Prof. K M Kaveriappa (Executive Director,Karnataka State Higher Education Council), in a function held in the auditorium of the K...
- Annual Day and Geetha Jayanthi
Sri Ganesha Samskrita Jyotisha Pathashalaa, Krishnamoorthipuram, Mysore celebrated its Annual Day and Geetha Jayanthi programmes on 22nd January 2012. The programme commenced with Vedaghosha and prayers by students of the pathashala. Vid. K Parthan...
- Snataka Poorva Deekshanta Samaroha Invitation
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- Pre-university Convocation
Pre-university convocation for the academic year 2011-2012 will be held on 30 June, 2012, Satarday in Shikshakara Bhavana,Kempegowda Road,Bengaluru at 3.30PM
- Official launch of the University website
The official website of Karnataka Samskrit university, www.ksu.ac.in, will be launched on May 16, 2012 in presence of Sri Siddaiah (IAS, Principal Secretary, Department of Higher Education, Government of Karnataka) and Prof. S C Sharma (Vice-chancellor...
Subhaashita for the day
- vṛttaṃ yatnena saṃrakṣed
vṛttaṃ yatnena saṃrakṣed vittamāyāti yāti ca |
akṣīṇo vittataḥ kṣīṇo vṛttatastu hato hataḥ ||
One should protect his ‘sheela’ (good character) with efforts (not his wealth), money can be earned and lost (i.e. money is not stable, you have it today tomorrow you may lose it). But a wealthy person without a good character is as good as dead.