Prof. Ujjwala Jha, is the Professor and former Director, Centre of Advanced Study in Sanskrit University of Pune. Having completed her M.A (Sanskrit), M.A. (Indian Logic and Epistemology), Ph. D (Purvamimamsa) and Jainism Manuscriptology etc.
Along with Prof. V. N. Jha, Prof. Ujjwala has conducted Courses on Navya Nyaya and purvamimamsa at different Institutions in the country Since 2000 to promote Indian Shastric Traditions in order to make them contemporarily relevant.
Learning Sanskrit Language Structure is a Level Course. The Aim of the Course is to familiarize the student with the basic structure of the Sanskrit language in such a way that the student understands the syntactic structure with ease, can prepare prose- order of a Sanskrit verse and can grasp the methods to develop reading, writing, comprehending and speaking skills; ultimately of course, to gain the ability to handle the original Sanskrit Text. These are lectures of Level III of the Course held at CIF form September 7 -21, 2015
Topic: Structure of a Sanskrit Word: Nominal Inflexion – Inflexion of Noun, Pronoun Numeral Indeclinables etc.