The Bhagavad Gita is one of India’s ancient texts, highly revered ever. It gives philosophical, systematic understanding of life, on what to imbibe and what to leave behind, and also on how to stand tall in a world full of challenges and changes. Being a representational and highly symbolic text, the battlefield represents the constant battle that goes on in our minds and how we can overcome difficulty, self-doubt, and ultimately how to live a life of truth, purpose and happiness. Thus, the Bhagavad Gita holds the key to social transformation through personal transformation.
The understanding of Gita will enable a learner to have focus, calm mind, decision-making skills and have a compassionate / empathetic attitude towards others. Krishna urges Arjuna to approach his difficulties with an open and unoccupied mind, the mind which is uncluttered by memories / reactions of the past or anxiety about the future. To develop such a character and inner strength is a challenge to be challenged.
Why this Course
Life is full of challenges and we aspire to fulfill our dreams and overcome the obstacle of the challenging life. We may be successful or we may not be successful, this is a common experience of happiness and sadness, depression and delightfulness. In all the situations, maintaining balance and routing ourselves to the process of progress among itself act as challenging the challenges.
- To identify and embrace vital life lessons
- To emphasize on holistic development of an individual
- To align individual and societal objectives
- To develop inner consciousness of the learners
- Learner will understand the important distinction between effectiveness and efficiency in managing.
- Effectiveness and Efficiency in doing the right thing.
- Planning the strategy to realize the vision.
- Cultivating the art of leadership.
- Establishing institutional excellence.
- Developing human resources.
- Building teams and teamwork.
- Delegation, motivation, and communication.
- Reviewing performance and taking corrective steps when called for.
Modules at a Glance
- The Eighteen Yogas of the Bhagavad-gītā
- Chapter 1: Visada Yoga
- Chapter 2: Sankhya Yoga
- Chapter 3: Karma Yoga
- Chapter 4: Jnana Yoga
- Chapter 5: Karma Vairagya Yoga
- Chapter 6: Abhyasa Yoga
- Chapter 7: Paramahamsa Vijnana Yoga
- Chapter 8 : Aksara-Parabrahman Yoga
- Chapter 9 : Raja-Vidya-Guhya Yoga
- Chapter 10: Vibhuti-Vistara-Yoga
- Chapter 11: Visvarupa-Darsana Yoga
- Chapter 12: Bhakti Yoga
- Chapter 13: Ksetra-Ksetrajna Vibhaga Yoga
- Chapter 14: Gunatraya-Vibhaga Yoga
- Chapter 15 : Purusottama Yoga
- Chapter 16 : Daivasura-Sampad-Vibhaga Yoga
- Chapter 17 : Sraddhatraya-Vibhaga Yoga
- Chapter 18: Moksa-Opadesa Yoga
How to Apply
The Certificate Courses are offered twice a year during even and odd semesters. Students interested can take admission in the offered certificate courses at the beginning of the semester.
Students from other institutions can also take admission in these certificate courses at the beginning of even and odd semesters by contacting the concerned teacher incharge and by paying the required fees for the course.
Any individual who has successfully completed HSC (12TH) in any Stream. Or Any student Studying in KES Shroff College in different programmes.
The Certificate will be awarded to the student who
- will attend the lectures as per college norms minimum 60% attendance is must to appear for the examination.
- will successfully pass the examination with a minimum 40% .