Srinivasa Kumar N Acharya

Srinivasa Kumar N Acharya

Assistant Professor and Centre Coordinator

Department of European Studies

My Name is Srinivasa Kumar N Acharya, my profilePage is. I am aAssistant Professor and Centre Coordinatorin Department of European Studies, Manipal University.
  • CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
    Srinivasa Kumar N Acharya is an Assistant Professor and Centre Coordinator of Dvaita Philosophy Resource Centre, Dept of European Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Manipal University, Manipal. 
     
    He is an Administrative Coordinator of the Dept of European Studies and extends his services to the Centres, Committees, Programs and Activities of the Dept. Along with that, he also works with Manipal University Press. 
     
    He is involved in teaching the following courses: 
    • Introduction to Study of Indian Languages for BA Foreign Languages and Intercultural Studies 
    • Introduction to Indian Ethics and Epics (interfaculty open elective) for BTech at MIT 
    • Certificate Course in Bhagavadgita (open for interested) 
    He is involved in the following research projects as well: 
    • Computational Analysis of Mahabharata and Tatparyanirnaya (funded by Manipal University) as Project Head 
    • Digitising and Proofing of Mahabharata Sastri-Vavilla Edition (funded by Vedavyasa Samshodhana Kendra, Subrahmanya) 
    • Translating and editing of Bhagavadgita-bhashya and Bhagavadgita-tatparyanirnaya to be published by Manipal University Press 
    He has brought out five scholarly publications from Dvaita Philosophy Resource Centre through Manipal University Press. He has coordinated academic events (summer schools, seminars and workshops) hosting international scholars and students. 
  • SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING
    Subject
    :
    Introduction to Study of Indian Languages
    Subject code
    :
    BFI1104
    Year / Semester
    :
    BA Foreign Languages and Intercultural Studies - Sem I
    Subject
    :
    Introduction to Indian Ethics and Epics (interfaculty open elective)
    Subject code
    :
    Year / Semester
    :
    Bachelors in Technology - Sem VI at MIT
    Subject
    :
    Certificate Course in Bhagavadgita
    Subject code
    :
    Year / Semester
    :
  • ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
    Degree
    :
    MA Vidvaduttama Navyanyaya
    Specialisation
    :
    Navya-nyaya (Indian neo-logic) philosophy
    Institute
    :
    Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru
    Year of passing
    :
    2009
    Degree
    :
    MA Vidvaduttama Alankara
    Specialisation
    :
    Alankara-shastra (Sanskrit poetics/rhetorics)
    Institute
    :
    Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru
    Year of passing
    :
    2012
    Degree
    :
    MA Sanskrit
    Specialisation
    :
    Sanskrit language, literature, linguistics and philosophy
    Institute
    :
    Karnataka State Open University
    Year of passing
    :
    2010
  • EXPERIENCE
    Institution / Organisation
    :
    Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru
    Designation
    :
    Lecturer
    Role:Teaching - Nyaya philosophy, Sanskrit literature, English language and Sanskrit-Computers
    Tenure
    :
    2010-11
    Institution / Organisation
    :
    Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru
    Designation
    :
    Project team member - Sanskrit Hindi Machine Translation SHMT
    Role:Sanskrit e-corpus proofing and editing
    Tenure
    :
    2010-11
    Institution / Organisation
    :
    Ramavitthala (Vidyapitha) Shikshana Seva Samiti, New Delhi
    Designation
    :
    Teacher
    Role:Teaching - Sanskrit language, grammar, literature and Vedas
    Tenure
    :
    2009-10
  • CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES
    Srinivasa Kumar N Acharya is an Assistant Professor and Centre Coordinator of Dvaita Philosophy Resource Centre, Dept of European Studies, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Manipal University, Manipal. 
     
    He is an Administrative Coordinator of the Dept of European Studies and extends his services to the Centres, Committees, Programs and Activities of the Dept. Along with that, he also works with Manipal University Press. 
     
    He is involved in teaching the following courses: 
    • Introduction to Study of Indian Languages for BA Foreign Languages and Intercultural Studies 
    • Introduction to Indian Ethics and Epics (interfaculty open elective) for BTech at MIT 
    • Certificate Course in Bhagavadgita (open for interested) 
    He is involved in the following research projects as well: 
    • Computational Analysis of Mahabharata and Tatparyanirnaya (funded by Manipal University) as Project Head 
    • Digitising and Proofing of Mahabharata Sastri-Vavilla Edition (funded by Vedavyasa Samshodhana Kendra, Subrahmanya) 
    • Translating and editing of Bhagavadgita-bhashya and Bhagavadgita-tatparyanirnaya to be published by Manipal University Press 
    He has brought out five scholarly publications from Dvaita Philosophy Resource Centre through Manipal University Press. He has coordinated academic events (summer schools, seminars and workshops) hosting international scholars and students. 
  • SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING
    Subject Subject code Year / Semester
    Introduction to Study of Indian Languages BFI1104 BA Foreign Languages and Intercultural Studies - Sem I
    Introduction to Indian Ethics and Epics (interfaculty open elective) Bachelors in Technology - Sem VI at MIT
    Certificate Course in Bhagavadgita
  • ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
    Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
    MA Vidvaduttama Navyanyaya Navya-nyaya (Indian neo-logic) philosophy Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru 2009
    MA Vidvaduttama Alankara Alankara-shastra (Sanskrit poetics/rhetorics) Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru 2012
    MA Sanskrit Sanskrit language, literature, linguistics and philosophy Karnataka State Open University 2010
  • EXPERIENCE
    Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
    Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru Lecturer Teaching - Nyaya philosophy, Sanskrit literature, English language and Sanskrit-Computers 2010-11
    Purnaprajna Vidyapitha Sanskrit College, Bengaluru Project team member - Sanskrit Hindi Machine Translation SHMT Sanskrit e-corpus proofing and editing 2010-11
    Ramavitthala (Vidyapitha) Shikshana Seva Samiti, New Delhi Teacher Teaching - Sanskrit language, grammar, literature and Vedas 2009-10
  • AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH
    Areas of interest
    :
    Indian philosophy - Nyaya and Dvaita, Sanskrit studies - language, linguistics and literature, Vedic studies - Upanishat (Vedanta)
    Areas of expertise
    :
    Indian philosophy and epics, Sanskrit language, linguistics, poetics and literature
    Areas of research
    :
    Indian philosophy - Nyaya and Dvaita (epistemology and philosophy of language), Sanskrit epic literature, PhD pursuing in Navynyaya (philosophy of language and textual criticism - manuscriptology)
  • AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH
    Areas of interest Indian philosophy - Nyaya and Dvaita, Sanskrit studies - language, linguistics and literature, Vedic studies - Upanishat (Vedanta)
    Areas of expertise Indian philosophy and epics, Sanskrit language, linguistics, poetics and literature
    Areas of research Indian philosophy - Nyaya and Dvaita (epistemology and philosophy of language), Sanskrit epic literature, PhD pursuing in Navynyaya (philosophy of language and textual criticism - manuscriptology)