Lucknow University will provide vocational training in Karm-Kand, the Hindu rituals of last rites, to students from the upcoming academic session
“We will be offering course in Karm-Kand to be run by the Prachya Sanskrit Department,” said LU spokesperson Durgesh Srivastav.
“This course shall provide a proper scriptural account of how to perform rites and rituals in various sanskars, thus providing a wider opportunity to people for learning which was only confined to convention bound people. There shall be teaching of Sandhyopasan Vidhi, Tarpan and Balvishwadev Vidhi amongst others,” he added.
The course is part of an array of vocational courses proposed by the university as it introduces four-year undergraduate program (FYUP) from upcoming session.
A list of vocational courses for the undergraduate programs includes state of the art modern courses on operating systems, internet technology and web design.
Vocational courses will include English, French, German, Sanskrit, Persian languages, courses on hotel management, tourism, philosophical counseling, mushroom cultivation, remote sensing, academic writing, foreign trade, GST concept and practice.
Courtesy – Hindustan Times