Sansthan has also introduced a buffer course, called Prak-Shastri , in which a student, who has passed class X of a Board Examination and has no previous background of Sanskrit, may be admitted. This is a two year course (XI & XII), but there is a greater emphasis on Sanskrit.
Secondary examination (Class 10th of 10+2 system) of a recognised Education Board subject to passing the oral entrance test in Sanskrit.
A Student who has passed either Uttar Madhyama or Prak–Shastri or equivalent examination with Sanskrit may be admitted to Shastri , which is a three-year course. This corresponds to B.A.(Hons) in Sanskrit in modern education.
Prak Shastri or Uttar – Madhyama of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or an equivalent examination recognized by the Sansthan or Senior Secondary (12th standard of 10+2 system) with Sanskrit from a recognised Education Board.
A student who has passed either Shastri or B.Ed or equivalent examination with Sanskrit may be admitted to Shiksha Shastri , which is a one year course. This corresponds to B.Ed in modern education.
Shastri of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or an equivalent traditional degree from any University or recognised examining body or B.A. in 10+2+3 education pattern (with Sanskrit as one of the main subjects) or Acharya / M.A. (Skt.) having obtained at least 50% marks in aggregate, only after passing the SSET (Siksha Shastri Entrance Test) conducted by the Sansthan.
The Candidate shall be further required to pursue a regular course of study as prescribed by the Sansthan for not less than one academic year in any of the Campuses of the Sansthan.Regular course of study shall mean atleast 75% of total number of lectures delivered during one academic year at the Campus and shall further mean atleast 40 lessons of practise-teaching in an approved school out of which 20 lesssons must be supervised lessons.
The course of study, subject to the details prescribed in teh syllabus , shall comprise of two parts:Part I theory and Part II practical.The number of papers in Part I and Part II as also the minimum marks in each part shalll be such as may be prescribed from time to time in the syllabus of the course by the Sansthan.
The minimum marks required to pass in the examination in each part shall be as follows-
In Part I minimum pass marks shall be 45 in each paper. Minimum pass marks required in Part II(practical) shall be 50% of the total aggregate of marks in that part.
A Shastri or B.A. with Sanskrit may be admitted to Acharya, which corresponds to M.A., but is restricted to specialization in a particular shastra.
Shastri of the Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan or an equivalent examination recognised by the Sansthan or B.A. of 10+2+3 education system with Sanskrit as an elective subject
A student who has passed Shastri and Acharya or equivalent examination with Sanskrit may be admitted to Vidya Varidhi , This corresponds to Ph.D in modern education.
"At Least "55% marks" obtained in Acharya or in M.A. from the Sansthan or from any other recognised University", for taking Admission to Vidya-Varidhi.
The admission to all these courses is done on the basis of the merit list of entrance test for which separate guidelines are available in sansthan.
Vedanta ,Samkhya-Yoga ,Nyaya-Vaisheshik ,Puranetihas ,Vyakaran ,Jyotish ,Dharmashastra ,Shiksha-Shastra ,Mimansa ,Bauddha-Darshan ,Sahitya ,Veda or any other topic with the permission of Research Department.
Registration shall be made purely on merit.A student who has passed with 55% and more marks in Acharya or in equivalent examination, can apply for admission in Pre Vidya-Varidhi Entrance Test.
The Vidya-Varidhi (Ph.D) Degree of the Sansthan or an equivalent degree in Sanskrit ,Pali or Prakrit or in any related discipline (e.g. Linguistics,Ancient Indian Culture and History,Indian Religion and Philosophy,Education,Ayurveda etc.) from any other recognised University.