Over 8,000 people join free Sanskrit virtual classes

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Over 8,000 people join free Sanskrit virtual classes

Monday, 26 July 2021 | PNS | Lucknow


The Yogi Adityanath government's campaign to promote Sanskrit language by offering language learning facilities in the state is paying off. The enthusiasm to learn Sanskrit language, especially among the youth, has increased significantly. It can be gauged by the fact that more than 8,000 people have registered themselves in the virtual classes of Sanskrit in a month. .
In order to provide online Sanskrit learning and Sanskrit speech training, the Uttar Pradesh Sanskrit Sansthan has started one-hour free classes daily. It seems to have caught the fancy of Sanskrit lovers and a large number of youths have come forward to learn the language.
According to UP Sanskrit Sansthan Chairman Dr Vachaspati Mishra, there are so many people who want to learn the Sanskrit language, especially professionals, doctors, engineers and business class ones. He said that this facility had come as a boon for such people who do not get time to learn, read and speak Sanskrit. He said those who were interested in learning Sanskrit could register themselves in the virtual class through a missed call on mobile phone number 952234003.
“It is heartening to note that 8,533 students got themselves registered for virtual classes in the month of July alone," he said.
As many as 47 classes of one-hour each are being conducted daily for the people who want to learn Sanskrit through virtual medium. “The Uttar Pradesh government is constantly trying to inculcate love for Dev Bhasha Sanskrit and is giving opportunities to those who want to learn the language for which the Sanskrit Sansthan is playing a big role," Dr Mishra added.
For registration, candidates just have to fill a Google form and provide information about their occupation, job and education.
The students who want to study Sanskrit would also be educated about the moral values along with the knowledge of Sanskrit.

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