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Advanced Study Course

The Jnana-Pravaha is particularly known for holding short-term specialized study courses. Due to various reasons and administrative difficulties, the in-depth study of the subject is often not possible in the present day university setup. This Institution, therefore, is making vigorous efforts to fill up this vacuum by organizing such advanced study courses aiming at detailed study of a particular subject.

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Indian Terracotta
From 10-01-2002 to 23-01-2002

Conducted by Dr. N. P. Joshi, Dr. S. S. Biswas and Prof. R. C. Sharma

No. of Participants: 21


Indian Terracotta
 
Gandhara Art
From 01-11-2001 to 06-11-2001

Conducted by Prof. V. C. Srivastava, Prof. Farid Khan and Prof. R. C. Sharma

No. of Participants: 36


Gandhara Art
 
Mauryan and Shungan Art
From 13-02-2001 to 26-02-2001

Conducted by Dr. N. P. Joshi, Prof. R. C. Sharma and Dr. T. K. Biswas

No. of Participants: 33


Mauryan and Shungan Art
 
Rajasthani Paintings
From 08-12-2000 to 15-12-2000

Conducted by Dr. Asok Kumar Das (Shantiniketan) and Dr. Shridhar Andhare (Ahmedabad)

Keynote Address delivered by Prof. Pramod Chandra (Harvard, USA)

Valedictory Address delivered by HE Shri Viren J. Shah, Governor, West Bengal

No. of Participants: 19


Rajasthani Paintings
 
Symbols and Decorative Art
From 12-11-2000 to 24-11-2000

Conducted by Dr. A. L. Srivastava, Dr. M. L. Nigam and Prof. R. C. Sharma

No. of Participants: 22


Symbols and Decorative Art
 
Mathura Art and Iconography
From 15-04-2000 to 30-04-2000

Conducted by Dr. N. P. Joshi and Prof. R. C. Sharma

Valedictory Address delivered by Padmabhushan Prof. Vidya Nivas Mishra

Presided over by Prof. K. D. Tripathi

No. of Participants: 33

The Course was dedicated to Mathura Museum in its 125th anniversary.


Mathura Art and Iconography
 
Early Mughal Miniatures
From 29-01-2000 to 07-02-2000

Conducted by Prof. Anand Krishna and Prof. Asok Kumar Das

Valedictory Address by Shri Ajay Shankar, Secretary to Governemnt of India and Director General, Archaeological Survey of India, New Delhi

No. of Participants: 27

The course was dedicated to the National Museum, New Delhi in its Golden Jubilee Year.


Early Mughal Miniatures
 
Early and Obscure Scripts
From 26-11-1999 to 12-12-1999

Conducted by Prof. B. N. Mukherjee and Prof. K. K. Thaplyal

Valedictory Speeches by Prof. A. K. Narain, Prof. Purushottam Singh and Prof. Rai Anand Krishna

No. of Participants: 33


Early and Obscure Scripts