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Sanskrit grammar teacher...specially for writing Sanskrit

Hello guys ....

My optional is Sanskrit..(UPSC) and I had completed my class from Rajender sir (In GTB Nagar )..but I had an issue in grammar (special in writing Sanskrit)...
Did anybody suggest, any good teacher regarding this....

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  • Hey mr. Sunlight, I'm also preparing sanskrit(upsc), if u find any teacher for grammer plz share the information.
  • Kailash Bihari sir

    Panini classes
  • Hello Guys...
    1st of all, sorry for not responding you...

    My experiment with Sanskrit as CSE optional....

    I started my class with Rajender sir...but I found some issue with him...

    1. Don't give attention towards grammar (especially, Sanskrit writing )....it is much needed these days, BCS In paper 1, you have to write at least 70-100 marks and 50 marks in paper 2.

    2. Don't cover all topics, especially paper 2 (section B, C, D).and also unable to understand the present trend of the question...Guys these you can not leave the whole section untouched and you have to keep previous with him paper while reading.

    3. Too much un-organised regarding his class schedule.

    Positive with him...

    6. Although the good understanding and knowledge about Sanskrit but he will not initiate any things, you have to go first....it is very difficult with such optional.
    7. He is excellent in paper 2 [section 5-8 and section 1 ]. And paper 1 -[ section 3,6,7] and good in vibhakti, samas , sandhi from section 1 to some extent .

    What about panini Ias..after having deep conversation with some serious aspirant )...
    Pros
    1. Good in grammar
    2. Required Time period is optimum for syllabus
    3. Organsied class schedule .

    Negative...
    1. do not cover most of topics from paper 2 and paper 1 ( just introductory coverage ) and also unable to understand the present trend of the question...Guys these days, you can not leave the whole section untouched and you have to keep previous paper with him while reading.
    3. Too much wasting time in nonsense things in the class room.


    My suggestion.....
    See, both teacher (Rajender sir and Panini sir ) good teacher but not for UPSC (as per current pattern).....major negative point with them, their student spirit were dead ( no update in his existing knowledge ).
    ......I solved my problem with Grivani Ias (Mishra sir )

    Pos.
    1. Cover topic extensively with the previous year ( excellent in this)
    2. supported student
    3. Highly committed with his schedule
    Cons..
    1. Take 1-1.5 months extra from usual trending time, to complete syllabus
    2. Sometimes, do unnecessary talk ( but recover back very soon).
    3. He just started, so lack of some experience (as compare above teacher )but sufficient for us.
  • http://girvani.in/about/..........

    He will start his new batch form 25 March/ 2019
    His contact number.. 9355120351, 8929054251, 7838854414.....
  • I have opted sanskrit just ....please old souls share your experience about this subject..and right starategy...
    अभी ज़िंदा हूं पी लेने दो़
  • I have opted sanskrit just ....please old souls share your experience about this subject..and right starategy...

  • Contact on that no...he is a geninun person..
  • edited March 26
    I am having experiences of writing two mains with sanskrit optional, 1st time in 2015 in which I scored 138, second time in 2016 in which I scored 252.

    My experience with coaching instructors :

    When I started preparing, I bought study material from Panini classes since I was preparing from my hometown.
    I would say that notes were rubbish, not deserving the standards of even schools. And for that, the man charged me ten thousand rupees.

    After scoring a miserable 138, I got to know from somewhere about Mr Pankaj Mishra.

    I decide to take classes from him and told him in particular that my problem area is extempore sanskrit writing and that I needed his help especially in the grammar part . He promised me that every thing would be covered but as time went on he could only cover the second paper.
    I think it was the lax attitude on his part and lack of concern for students that he was not able to complete the portion.

    In the meantime he would also talk things about students that would demotivate me. I think that teacher is one who encourages the students but these have become endangered species if not extinct.
    The notes that was provided was the same which is available in the market and no effort was done to update the material(although the majority paper is static it needs updating so that our answer looks different from those available in the market.

    Since Mr Pankaj Mishra had covered the second paper, it reflected in my marks and I got 150 in second paper but unfortunately first paper took the beating and I could score only 102 marks. It is important to mention here that I missed the cutoff by 10 marks.

    No doubt he is brilliant in sanskrit but he lacks committment towards students. Moreover he expects the students to know many thing before hand. I think if a student knows so much why would he bother to pay hefty fees to take the classes.

    These things disheartened me and I finally decided to change my optional so that I will not have to depend on other person.

    I have written these things not to deter anyone from taking sanskrit optional but only to make informed choice. The thing is that every coaching would show us the heaven but only left with a feeling of being cheated in the end. In the end,only a student can rescue himself/herself and not any instructor (the people in the coaching industry doesn't deserve the title of teacher).
  • I am having experiences of writing two mains with sanskrit optional, 1st time in 2015 in which I scored 138, second time in 2016 in which I scored 252.

    My experience with coaching instructors :

    When I started preparing, I bought study material from Panini classes since I was preparing from my hometown.
    I would say that notes were rubbish, not deserving the standards of even schools. And for that, the man charged me ten thousand rupees.

    After scoring a miserable 138, I got to know from somewhere about Mr Pankaj Mishra.

    I decide to take classes from him and told him in particular that my problem area is extempore sanskrit writing and that I needed his help especially in the grammar part . He promised me that every thing would be covered but as time went on he could only cover the second paper.
    I think it was the lax attitude on his part and lack of concern for students that he was not able to complete the portion.

    In the meantime he would also talk things about students that would demotivate me. I think that teacher is one who encourages the students but these have become endangered species if not extinct.
    The notes that was provided was the same which is available in the market and no effort was done to update the material(although the majority paper is static it needs updating so that our answer looks different from those available in the market.

    Since Mr Pankaj Mishra had covered the second paper, it reflected in my marks and I got 150 in second paper but unfortunately first paper took the beating and I could score only 102 marks. It is important to mention here that I missed the cutoff by 10 marks.

    No doubt he is brilliant in sanskrit but he lacks committment towards students. Moreover he expects the students to know many thing before hand. I think if a student knows so much why would he bother to pay hefty fees to take the classes.

    These things disheartened me and I finally decided to change my optional so that I will not have to depend on other person.

    I have written these things not to deter anyone from taking sanskrit optional but only to make informed choice. The thing is that every coaching would show us the heaven but only left with a feeling of being cheated in the end. In the end,only a student can rescue himself/herself and not any instructor (the people in the coaching industry doesn't deserve the title of teacher).

    Thanks ....but one thing i would like add that if you could not do well in saskrit you may not do in other optionals...conditions r very pathetic every where......in fact optional like history and geography take 2-3 months just for revision...this is resaon people from these r performing very bed........

    When comes about notes ...in any optional...there is alway lack of notes.......

    My personal view
    अभी ज़िंदा हूं पी लेने दो़
  • thanks to you....for sharing such valuable experience.....regarding this optional...
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