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DCP GRI Courses Offered

Updated on: Jan 28, 2013

Deccan College Post Graduate & Research Institute, Pune is the third oldest educational institution in the country. Dakshina Fund was started by Khanderao Dabhade, a Maratha Sardar and continued by the Peshwas for propagating learning. It was given the status of an institution named as the Hindoo College on 6th October 1821 (Vijayadasami day). The College was renamed as Deccan College in recognition of the enrolment of students from the entire Deccan region.

DCPGRI Courses


  • M.A. Archaeology

    Duration: The M.A. Degree course is of two years duration and consists of four semesters. The course is open to full-time regular students only.

    Eligibility: B.A. degree, with Ancient Indian History, Culture and / or Archaeology / History / Sanskrit / Prakrit / Pali / Anthropology / Geography / Fine Arts / Architecture with a minimum of 55% marks or B+ or equivalent grade of a recognized University.

    OR

    B.Sc. degree, with Anthropology / Geography / Geology / Botany / Physics / Chemistry as a major subject with a minimum of 55% marks or B+ or equivalent grade of a recognized University.

  • Diploma in Archaeology

  • M.A. Ancient Indian History, Culture & Archaeology / Archaeology

    Eligibility: Bachelors Degree with Archaeology / Ancient Indian History/Ancient Indian History & Culture/History

  • M.A. Linguistics

    Duration: The M.A. Degree course is of two years duration and consists of four semesters. The course is open to full-time regular students only.

    Eligibility: B.A. degree, with a classical or modern Indian or foreign language as a major subject, with a minimum of 55% marks or B+ or equivalent grade of a recognized University;

    OR

    B.Sc. degree with Physics / Biology / Anthropology with a minimum of 55% marks or B+ or equivalent grade of a recognized University;

    OR

    Graduate degree in Engineering or Medicine

  • M. A. Sanskrit & Lexicography

    Duration: The M.A. Degree course is of two years duration and consists of four semesters. The course is open to full-time regular students only.

    Eligibility: Open to students who have passed B. A. (or its equivalent) or B. Sc. with at least one paper in Sanskrit Language

  • Ph.D. Archaeology

    Eligibility: M.A. in A.I.H.C. & Archaeology or M.A. Archaeology or Masters in any branch of Archaeology (such as Prehistory, Protohistory, Ancient studies, Bio archaeology, Scientific Archaeology, Indology, Anthropology)

    OR

    M. Sc. degree in Anthropology / Geography / Geology / Zoology / Botany / Physics / Chemistry

    OR

    Students having an M.A. degree in a subject other than Ancient Indian History, Culture and / or Archaeology listed in (a) above and students having an M.Sc. degree in the subjects listed in (b) above will have successfully completed the M.Phil. or M.Litt. course in Ancient Indian History, Culture and / or Archaeology, of any other recognized university or the P.G.Diploma course of this university to become eligible for admission to the Ph.D. course.

  • Ph.D. Linguistics

    Eligibility: M.A. in Linguistics or in one of the classical or modern Indian or foreign languages. Students having an M.A. degree in a subject other than Linguistics will have successfully completed the M.Phil. / M.Litt. course in Linguistics of any other recognized university to become eligible for admission to the Ph.D. course.

  • Ph.D.Sanskrit and Lexicography

    Eligibility: M.A. in Sanskrit / Pali / Prakrit
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