Sanskrit Scholars meet Dy CM Dr. Nirmal Singh at Srinagar demanded to connect Sanskrit language to digital and Skill India mission of hon’ble Prime minister of India.
Shri kailakh jyotish Avim Vedic sansthan trust president Mahant Rohit Shastri meet to Sh.Dy.chief minister Dr. Nirmal Singh at Srinagar presented memorandum and book appeal to connect sanskrit language to digital and skill india mission and they also requested increase intake capacity of the seat at Mata Vaishno devi sanskrit guru kul katra by hundred so that more number of young scholars come out and contribute in development of Sanskrit language
Sanskrit scholars also demanded setting up of a separate sanskrit department in Shri mata vaishno devi (SMVD) university and center university to provide a platform facilitating education and research in the field of this ancient and culturally rich language and and opening of sanskrit university in J&K.
Shastri also appealed to separate minister for sanskrit language, which provide scholarship to young scholars and to provide reservations quota in university lectureship and teaching assistantship and demanded 16 new post of assistant professor in higher education for Sanskrit scholars
Mahant Rohit shastri requested to Dy.chief minister Dr.Nirmal Singh to raise the issue of deteriorating condition of Sanskrit language in Lok sabha & j&k assembly and make it compulsory from 6th standard in schools so that the more number of scholars get appointed in schools and new carrier opportunities get opened up for them.
He also request him for up gradation of shri Raghunath Sanskrit Maha Vidhalaya Birpur to college level institute so that young scholars seeks their further studies and establish various milestone in sanskrit field.
” As Jammu is know as the city of temples but the students pursuing studies in sanskrit language have to suffer on account of dearth of facilities and opportunities.
Dy.chief Dr.Nirmal singh assured the Rohit shastri that the will put their demands before state and central government and will take this issue before HRD. Minister