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CERTIFICATION COURSE IN THERAVADA BUDDHIST STUDIES

This is indeed a great opportunity for all those interested in the Teachings of the Buddha in its original form, as preserved in the Pali language – The tipitaka. Regular Courses are offered by the MRC. Currently Diploma in Theravada Buddhist Studies, Certification courses in Theravada Buddhist Studies are going on and further Bachelor master study program will be undertaken. At present 14 Ph. D scholar are pursuing their research study.

CERTIFICATION COURSE IN THERAVADA BUDDHIST STUDIES

Admission are open for applications seeking admissions in the Academic year 2018-19 for Diploma and Certification courses in Theravada Buddhist Studies. Last date of submission of application on/before 30th July 2018.

Subjects Taught

  1. Buddhist Ethics – Vinaya Pitaka
  2. Buddhist Philosophy – Sutta Pitaka
  3. Buddhist Phychology – Abhidhamma Pitaka
  4. History of Theravada Buddhism
  5. Basic Practices of Theravada Buddha Dhamma
  6. Practice of Meditation
  7. Life of Buddha
  8. Pali Language and Literature

Eligibility Criteria

Certification Course in Buddhist Studies (CTBS)
Qualification Required: SSLC/10th pass
Minimum age for candidate: 16 years

Eligibility Criteria

The course are offered English medium for this Academic Year, subsequently Kannada Hindi and other languages will be started soon.
Class Schedule
Classes only on Week end Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Diploma
– 15 hours per week
Certificate – 8 Hours per week

DURATION 6 MONTHS
LEVEL CERTIFICATE
INSTUTION MAHABODHI RESEARCH CENTRE
BRANCH BENGALURU
FEE Rs. 3500.00
SEAT AVAIABLE 30

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Meditation

In the modern times while man is totally lost in material progress neglecting the emotional balance, mental development and spiritual growth, meditation has become an essential technique for mental health. Through meditation mental peace, clarity of thoughts and understanding of life can be achieved. There is compulsory assignment of meditation for the students as part of Dhamma in Practice. Both Samatha Bhavana, concentration meditation and Vipassana Bhavana, insight meditaion will be taught as subject of meditation and mental development.