2-day Tutorial-workshop on
Tantrayukti – Indic Approach to
Systematizing Scientific Discourse and Thesis-writing
29-30 June 2019
at Kavikulaguru Kalidasa Sanskrit University, Ramtek, Nagpur, Maharashtra
- Kavikulaguru Kalidasa Sanskrit University, Ramtek, Nagpur
- MIT School of Vedic Sciences, MIT-ADT University, Pune
- Indic Academy, Inter-Gurukula-University-Center for Indic Knowledge Studies (IGUC-IKS), Hyderabad.
Registration Link: https://rzp.io/l/tantrayukti-2019
In October 2018, our Shastric Research Methodology Workshop was savoured by professionals and researchers alike from various disciplines, work areas and interests. As a sequel, in association with Kavikulaguru Kalidasa Sanskrit University, Ramtek and Indic Academy, Hyderabad, Maharshi Vedavyasa School of Vedic Sciences, MIT ADT University, Pune invites registrations for a deep dive into a specific exposition convention, namely, Tantrayukti.
Tantrayukti is the discourse binding rationale employed in the form of conventions used in Indic knowledge texts. Tantrayuktis ensure to keep coherence and conciseness in expression of scientific treatises such as those of Āyurveda, Arthaśāstra and so on. Understanding Tantrayuktis and identifying their usage is crucial for correctly interpreting seminal Indic scientific treatises.
On popular demand, we are organizing an application-and-practice-based 2-credit certification course on Tantrayukti designed and conducted by Dr. Jayaraman Mahadevan, Director, Krishnamachari Yoga Mandiram, Chennai. Through this workshop, we’d like to revive this glorious tradition for authentic study of Indic knowledge as well as contemporary applications.
The course constitutes –
- One face-to-face workshop over 2 full days (15 hours total), including theory and tutorial sessions on applying Indic thesis construction tools to critically analyzing modern articles, blogs, discourses etc.
- Optional Course certification (15 additional hours):
- Quizzes, assignments and practice home work over two following weekends (total of 15 hours). They will be administered online using an LMS platform.
- Final certification exam: open-book, online exam.
- Incurs an additional fee of Rs. 1000 for non-students and Rs. 200 for students
Medium of Instruction: English
The course is beneficial for –
- Research scholars
- Authors, bloggers, journalists, academicians and other writers working with non-fictional content
- Professionals such as engineers, theoreticians, statisticians, psychologists, lawyers, judges and corporate reporters
The workshop aims at –
- Understanding the Indian systematic approach to organize thoughts and writing in any subject
- Understanding the significant elements in any systematic exposition of knowledge content
- Understanding the structure of any text – ancient or contemporary
- Reviewing a content on account of its readability – ancient or contemporary
- Enriching readability in one’s own knowledge content writing
- Applying India’s traditional mode of robust thinking in current context
- Local (with lunch): Rs. 3100
- Outstation (hostel (non-AC) + food): Rs. 3800
- Outstation (twin-shared resort room + food): Rs. 5000
- Outstation (single resort room + food): Rs. 6500
Student Rates (need valid student ID): Rs. 2100 off
- Local students (lunch only): Rs. 1000
- Outstation students (hostel acco.): Rs. 1700
How to Enroll
For Payment of fees and Registration click the button below or use the link: https://rzp.io/l/tantrayukti-2019
Last date for enrolment: 22nd June 2019
Scholarships are likely to be provided for attending the workshop as reimbursements to students on submission of their current student identification via e-mail to email@example.com. This will be based on the extent of sponsorship procurable by the organizers by the time of the workshop and will be available for those student participants who are local attendees or those choosing hostel accommodation only. (Not available on choice of resort accommodation.)
Detailed syllabus is available at – http://blog.mitvedicsciences.com/tantrayukti-2019/