RASHTRIYA SANSKRIT SANSTHAN
Vedavyas Campus of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan, Deemed University, New Delhi is situated in Himachal Pradesh. HP state is a land of pristine natural beauty, pure and perfect, that’s why it is called Devbhumi. Politically and geographically, the land faced many upheavals. As a political entity it came into existence on 15th April 1948, as an Union Territory of India. It was constituted by integrating many smaller princely States known as Punjab Hill States. In 1954 some more parts were added, further after reorgnaization of Punjab in 1966 few more parts were annexed to it. Finally HP was given statehood on 25th Januarty, 1971 with Shimla its Capital.
The second version of motivational fortnight will commence on the birth day of Swami Vivekananda, i.e., 12.01.2016 in the campus with multi dimensional activities.
Birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Sahid Diwas (Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi) are three major days included in this fortnight.
In 2015 a garden with the name of Prerana Vatika has been erected with thirty plants and such type of environmental activities also will be included in the present fortnight.
Vision & Mission
Ved-Vyas Campus strives to translate into reality the Vision and Mission of Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan. Goals and objectives of the campus are to preserve Sanskrit language and its multitudinous disciplines of shastri tradition to maintain an elevated standard of Guru-Shishya parampara.
The Mukta swadhyaya Peetham, the epicenter of Distance Education in Sanskrit, has been started by Sansthan which controls the Distance education centers at various locations. These centers make the learning material available to the registered candidates besides conducting the classes on holidays for them.