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What is Bhartiya Sanskriti Gyan Pariksha (BSGP)?     [Top]

It is a unique examination to assess student’s knowledge about Indian Culture through which we are trying to acquaint our students more and more about Indian Culture.

The civilization of a country depends largely on own inherent cultural, ethical, moral and spiritual base. It nourishes holistic life style and shapes the culture. According to Oxford Dictionary, culture of a country denotes the way of people’s life, their customs, beliefs, attitude, and social set up. It also encompasses various arts, literature, music etc. India is credited with the most developed culture of the world. Great men of all countries praise its antiquity and grandeur. Human race in this culture is regarded as an integral part of the entire creation. Balanced development of each entity of nature free from any exploitation, whether innate, animate or inanimate constitutes the basic feature of this Divine Culture.

Why we started it?     [Top]

Owing to scientific base, spiritual foundation, philosophical background and immense qualities of unparalleled significance, Indian Culture attracts the intellectual mass most in this materialistic world. But our dwindling faith in God, diminishing ethical, moral and social values, inhuman behavior, increasing selfishness, loss of wisdom etc are causing immense harm to this glorious culture. All round efforts are, therefore, needed to protect it from invasion of these evils. In this direction, man-making odyssey (Shantikunj) launched by Yug Rishi is commendable attempt worthy of praise. Yug Rishi Pt. Shri Ram Sharma Acharaya was of the definite view that in this era of materialism, personality development is must. Knowledge of Indian Culture is helpful to be an attractive and balanced personality. Students cannot cover the contribution of cultural, moral, ethical, social and spiritual glory of Indian Culture at one place. Thus we have tried to collect some of these features at one place as a question bank.

Aim of Examination

  • To build up human values in students along with normal school/ college education.
  • To awaken cultural and spiritual consciousness.
  • To introduce the importance of Indian Culture.
  • To inspire the students for refinement of character, adoption of ideal path, development of divinity, noble deeds and importance of human glory.
  • Elimination of bad company and create awareness against all kinds of evil habits and addictions
  • Development of self-confidence - cultural, ethical, moral values, no vested interests, increased love for national glory and humanitarian service.
  • To introduce the students to the pristine glory and greatness of the Indian culture and important scientific researches of the Indian sages.
  • Development of human values and teaching of the art of living.
  • Holistic development of the personality
  • Development of the intelligence quotient (I.Q.), emotional quotient (E.Q) and spiritual quotient (S.Q.)
  • Aimed at development of refinement in thinking, character and behavior.
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