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Department of Pali


DEPARTMENT OF PALI


The Department of Pali, a single faculty department has been functioning since June 1988, under the headship of Dr. S.M. Sonone. Pali language and literature inculcates a source of morality in the students. Ethical and Moral judgements are at the base of the syllabus. Freedom, Equality, Justice, Fraternity and World peace are at the centre of Pali Language Literature. Three fold refuge TRISHARAN, the five Percapts PANCHSHEEL, Four noble truths (Ashtangik Marg ani Patticca Samppada) and dependent origination, theories of evolution, rebirth doctrine of anattamwad, decency, chastity, ethical and moral approach, compassion, a transcendent state, freedom from lust are the ways of human elevation which establish peace, happiness, satisfaction, freedom from troubles and turns this materialistic world into and through this subject culture, history, autobiographies, language and literature of the ancient India. The Philosophic principles laid in Pali literature are ever guiding to the human role since the origin of Lord Buddha. Every year as a Pali Department organizes a study tour to various religious places in India. The Department also promotes students to use pali language for communication not more to study as the classic language.
Objectives of the Course :
1. To introduce Pali language to the students
2. To impart the qualities of liberty, equality and Fraternity
3. To study the ancient literature and culture composed in Pali language.
4. To study historical, ethical, religious, educational and moral values in Pali literature.
5. To know the culture before Buddha Caves, Chaittya, Stupa, the pillars or Stambh, Monastery and inscription..
Course Outcomes :
1. Students come to know the scope of Pali language and Literature
2. Students will be interested to study Pali language and literature at P.G. level.
3. Students will be arrange the values in Pali literature.


PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES


B. A. , B.Com., B.Sc., Pali Second Language Programme Specific Outcomes

After completing this specific programme

1) Students can understand great philosophical truths given by Lord Buddha though this programme.

2) Students can develop their interest in the philosophy given in Pali literature.

3) Students can apply for post graduate course in Pali.

4) Students can work in the field of education.

5) They can work to rejuvenate Pali language.


FACULTY


Photo Name Designation Qualification Resume
Dr. Suresh Manaji Sonone HoD and Associate Professor M.A.,NET,Ph.D View

SYLLABUS


Degree/Class 2022-23 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19 
B.A.B.COM.B.SC FIRST YEAR View View View View View
B.A.B.COM.B.SC SECOND YEAR View View View View View

TEACHING PLAN


Name 2022-23 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
Dr. Suresh Manaji Sonone View View View View

TIME TABLE


THEORY

Degree/Class 2022-23 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
THEORY View View View View View

ACTIVITIES


2021 - 2022

Name of Activity Date Activity Report
Jagtik Stridin Pali Abhyas Mandalache Uudghatan 8-03-2022 View
Pali Vyakhyaymala 09-03-2022 View
Palivyakyaymala 10-03-2022 View
Palivyakyaymala 15-03-2022 View
Palivyakyaymala 16-03-2022 View
Shaikshanik Sahal 21 & 22-03-2022 View
College Day 16-04-2022 View

2020 - 2021

Name of Activity Date Activity Report
One Day National Webinar on Palimay Maharashtra 21/06/2020 View
Online Webinar On History of Pali Language 28/06/2020 View
Online Webinar on Pali awareness 25/01/2021 View
Online Webinar on Buddha Jayanti 26/05/2021 View
Online Webinar 21/03/2021 View
Online Webinar on Revival of Pali Language 11/04/2021 View
Online Webinar on Pali Grammar 27/02/2021 View
Online Webinar on Pali Literature 20/04/2021 View
Online Webinar on Pali Councils in ancient India 24/05/2021 View

2019 - 2020

Name of Activity Date Activity Report
Guest Lecture 23/01/2020 View
Workshop on Pali conversation 26/07/2019 View
Guest Lecture 15/12/2019 View
Guest Lecture 22/12/2019 View
Guest Lecture 14/04/2020 View
Guest Lecture 19/04/2020 View
Guest Lecture 03/05/2020 View
Guest Lecture 25/01/2021 View
Guest Lecture 29/12/2019 View
Workshop on Pali conversation 04/08/2019 View
Online Webinar 10/05/2020 View
Workshop On Pali literature 30/09/2019 View
Two Day Workshop On Pali Conversation 22/09/2019 View
Workshop on Pali conversation 03/08/2019 View
Guest Lecture 22/08/2019 View
Workshop On Pali Conversation 26/07/2019 View

2018 - 2019

Name of Activity Date Activity Report
Pali conversation 31/01/2019 View
Workshop on Pali conversation 28/01/2019 View
Workshop on Pali conversation 10/02/2019 View
Workshop on Pali conversation 19/01/2020 View
Workshop on Pali conversation 27/08/2018 View
Pali Lecture 16/02/2019 View
Education Tour 12/01/2019 View
Guest lecture 24/01/2019 View
Social Tour 02/05/2019 View
Pali Day 27/07/2018 View

STUDENTS PROJECTS


Degree/Class 2021-22 2020-21 2019-20 2018-19
B.A. III SEM View ---- ---- ----

ACHIEVEMENTS


Department Achievements

Year Report
2018 to 2021 View

Teacher Achievements

Year Report
2018 to 2021 View

Student Achievements

Year Report
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