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      Advanced Level Workshop on Manuscriptology and Palaeography

      The Mission also conducts Advanced level courses on Manuscriptology and Palaeography of one and half to two months' duration. In these Advanced level courses, about 30 to 35 best students from among the participants in the basic Manuscriptology courses are given intensive training on select scripts, as well as grounding and practical training in transcription, collation and critical editing. Various aspects of conservation and preservation of manuscripts are also included. The faculty consists of the senior scholars in the country representing different disciplines in Manuscriptology and Palaeography.

       
      The following workshops have been organised so far:
       
      Financial  Year 2011 - 2012

      Sl.No.

      Venue

      Date of Workshop

      Course of Studies

      No. of Participants

      1

      Dept. of Arabic, University of Calicut, Centre for Heritage studies, Dept. of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Kerala, Kerala

      12th Oct. –13th  Nov. 2011

      Nafkhi, Sulusi, Kufic, Diwani, Raihani, Ruqa’I, Sunnani & Arabic Malayalam

      30

      2.

      Akhila Bharatiya Sanskrit Parishad,  Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

      30th Mar.-13th May  2012

      Brahmi, & Sharada, Editing & transcription

      38

      3.

      Andhra Pradesh Govt. Oriental & Manuscripts Library, 
      Hyderabad

      1st Feb. - 16th March 2012

      Brahmi, Telgu, Malayalam & Grantha, Nandinagari, Sharada,  Editing & transcription

      28

      Financial  Year 2010 - 2011

      Sl.No.

      Venue

      Date of Workshop

      Course of Studies

      No. of Participants

      1

      ChinmayInt. Foundation. Sodha Sansthan, Ernakulum, Kerala

      1stNov. to 10th Dec. 2010

      Sharada, Oldnagari, Grantha & Newari
      Text editing

      22

      2.

      Kurukshetra University,  
      Kurukshetra , Haryana

      23th March  to 6th  May  2011

      Brahmi, Kharoshthi, Sharada, Kushana, Gupta Brahmi, Kutila, Newari, Grantha, Meetei & Old Odia

      41

      3.

      Shree Jagannath Sanskrit University,  Puri, Odisha

      9th May to 13th June 2011

      Brahmi, Sharada & Odia Karani

      40

      4.

      Rani Durgabati University,  
      Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh

      8th Feb. to 24th March 2011

      Brahmi, Sharada ,Nagari, & Shankha

      35

      5.

      Navanalanda Mahavihar, 
      Nalanda, Bihar

      25th May to
      25th June 2011

      Brahmi, Sharada, Kharosthi, Newari, Tibetan
      Editing & transcription

      38

      6.

      Shri Somonath Sanskrit University
      Veraval, Gujarat

      29th Nov. to 
       7th Jan.  2012

      Brahmi, Sharada, Newari, Nagari, Grantha & Malayalam

      30

      7.

      Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Institute of Indology, 
      Ahmadabad, Gujarat

      19th  Sept. 22nd Oct. 2010

      Brahmi, Shrada, Grantha & Nandanagari, Editing & transcription

      30

      8.

      Oriental Research Institute, 
      Mysore, Karnataka

      25th March -7th May 2010

      Textual Criticism Editing of Texts.

      30

       
      Financial  Year 2006 - 2007

      Sl.No.

      Venue

      Date of Workshop

      Course of Studies

      No. of Participants

      1.

      University of Madras, 
      Chennai, Tamilnadu

      10th March to 19th April, 2006

      Grantha, Nandinagari, Telegu, Brahmi and Tigalari

      30

      2.

      University of Calcutta, 
      Kolkata, West Bengal

      27th November to 5th January, 2007

      Medieval Old Bengali, Gaudi, Newari, Grantha, Old odia

      30

      3.

      Rashtriya Sanskrit Vidyapeetham, 
      Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh

      8thJanuay to 15th February, 2007

      Origin and development of South Indian script like Brahmi, Grantha, Sharada, Nandanagai, Tigalari

      30

       
      Financial  Year 2005 - 2006

      Sl.No.

      Venue

      Date of Workshop

      Course of Studies

      No. of Participants

      1.

      Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, 
      New Delhi

      1st August  to 
      10th September, 2005

      Brahmi, Sharada, Nandinagari, Old Nagari and Grantha

      30