The Delhi University has launched MA classes in Hindu Studies at its newly established Centre. The Vice-Chancellor inaugurated the center, emphasizing the importance of setting an example for other universities. The inaugural ceremony included a Vedic havan, and an orientation program for the first batch of students. The interdisciplinary nature of the program was discussed in a Q&A session, addressing concerns and outlining subjects, including political science, computer science, and commerce as minors. The focus is on imparting the essence of Hindu Dharma and Darshan while preparing students for careers in various disciplines. Notable attendees included DU South Campus director and dean of arts faculty. The program's objective is to train students in Hindu Studies and encourage critical thinking about Hindu dharma. Key figures present included DU South Campus director, Prakash Singh, dean of arts faculty, Amitava Chakraborty, and joint directors of the Centre of Hindu Studies, Om Nath Bimaliand Prerna Malhotra.

Source: Careers360