Peace Study Program Structure

Why Peace Studies?

  • To equip individuals with the values, skills and attitudes for holistic development of individuals.

  • To become responsible citizens of the society.

  • To realize their full potential and contribute to the well-being of our country.

Peace Program Objectives

  • To understand and analyze the relation between Science and Spirituality.

  • To inculcate ethical, moral and social values.

  • To enhance physical and mental strength through yoga and meditation.

  • To familiarize students with our rich Indian culture and heritage

Program Module

Study of Languages, Peace in Communications and Human Dynamics

To enhance positive communication leading to improved Interpersonal Communication
Skills, team spirit and harmony in an individual’s personal and professional life.

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Scientific Studies of Mind, Matter, Spirit and Consciousness

A basic understanding of the existence of body, mind, and something higher
dimension beyond this mind and matter.

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Indian Tradition, Culture and Heritage

To introduce students with the brief Indian History and ancient literature since Vedic times till present age.

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Philosophy of Science and Religion/Spirituality

To introduce students with science and spirituality.

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World Famous Philosophers, Sages/Saints and Great Kings

To introduce students to the most prominent school of Indian Philosophy “Vedanta” and other great Indian Philosophers.

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Wellness Through Meditation – A Pathway To Awaken Inner Excellence

To equip students with pro-peace values, skills and attitudes necessary to become
wholesome persons and responsible citizens of the society.

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Know Your India

To introdues students to our different festivals, uniqueness of our culture, and some of the interesting facts about India

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Sanskrit Language Basic Course (Suvidnya)

To introduce students about richness of Sanskrit language.

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Sanskrit Language Advanced Course

To set a never imagined dimension to the subject of Sanskrit.

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