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|Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit|
Seal of the university
|Chancellor||Governor of Kerala|
|Vice-Chancellor||Dr. M.C. Dileepkumar|
|Location||Kalady, Kerala, India
Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit (SSUS) is a research oriented Public University located at Kalady near Kochi in Kerala. The university is named after the sage and philosopher Adi Sankaracharya and was established in the year 1993. The varsity is located on the banks of the river Poorna.
The varsity works towards the publication and preservation of manuscripts and books in Sanskrit and other languages.
The university consists of the following departments.
- Political Science
- Sanskrit General
- Sanskrit Nyaya
- Sanskrit Sahitya
- Sanskrit Vedanta
- Sanskrit Vyakarna
- School of Vedic Studies
- Social Work
Career Guidance and Counseling Cell
The Career Guidance and Counseling Cell was established in September 2012, funded by University Grants Commission of India. Its objective is to equip the students for better career management. Services of the cell includes guidance, counseling, training programmes, and recruitment drives. It is headed by Dr. Jose Antony (director), who is also the head of Department of Social Work. There is a full-time counselor providing guidance and counseling services as well as coordinating the functions of the cell. Arun Menachery is the counselor.
Equal Opportunity Cell
This cell functions with the Career Guidance and Counseling Cell. It was established for the development of minority students enrolled in the university.
Employment and Guidance Bureau
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