To develop Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan as a world class University with a view to establish the glory of Sanskrit learning at global level.
To produce skilled human-power with complete background of Sanskrit and to conduct research and comparative studies in Science with reference to Sanskrit as per Vision, Mission and Objectives defined by the University.
As per the Memorandum of Association, the major objectives of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan are to propagate, develop and encourage Sanskrit learning and research. This also serves as central, administrative and coordinating machinery for the management of all Campuses. The Government of India has formulated various schemes and programmes for the development of Sanskrit education and is implementing these through Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan.
1. To Undertake, aid, promote, and co-ordinate research in all branches of Sanskrit learning including teachers' training and manuscriptology.
2. To establish, take-over and administrate campuses in various parts of the country and to associate with any other institution having equal status.
3. To act as Nodal agency for Government of India in implementing its policies and programmes for the development of Sanskrit.
4. To confer degrees, grant diplomas and certificates to persons who have satisfactorily completed the approved courses.
5. To Institute and award visitorships, fellowships, scholarships, stipends etc., in accordance with the rules of the sansthan from time to time.
(1.) Principal - Prof. V.K.Jain
(2.) S.O. - Dr Urmila Tiwari
(1.) Vyakarana - Prof. Bharat Bhushan Tripathi
(2.) Shiksha Shastra - Prof. Lokamanya Mishra
(3.) Sahitya - Prof. Ram Lakhan Pandey
(4.) Bauddha Darshan - Prof. V K Jain
(5.) Jyotisha - Prof. Madan Mohan Pathak
(6.) Modern Subjects - Prof. Shishir Kumar Pandey
(7.) Veda - Prof. Bharat Bhushan Tripathi
Prof. Shishir Kumar Pandey, a Faculty-member of this campus has been appointed as a Visiting Professor (Hindi) in Jawaharlal Nehru Cultural Centre, Moscow (Russia) for two years on deputation by the Indian Council of Cultural Relations.
Finland, Estonia, Latvia,
Norway, Switzerland, Austria,
Holland, Hungary, France and England
under the Himalayan Buddhist Cultural Tourism Program and propagated the Buddhist Studies in these countries