School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences

School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences

Liberal arts and human sciences nurture human vision whereas sciences take care of provision for human civilization. Both complement each other through integral approach. School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences is launched with this vision in view and follows interdisciplinary and comparative approach in its courses and pedagogical processes. The curricula will include foundation courses in integral education, history and philosophy, leading to specialization in Aurobindo studies, Economics, Psychology, English, Cultural studies, Public policy, and Film studies among others.

Its courses will be taught by distinguished faculty from India and abroad. They would aim at inculcating comprehensive understanding of the works and teachings of Indian and Western thinkers and writers like Valmiki, Ved Vyasa, Shakespeare, Sri Aurobindo, Plato, Aristotle, and modern social science thinkers from diverse domains as well.

The School proposes to manifesta talents of its learners as among integral thinkers, academicians, administrators, creative writers, artists, social scientists, film critics and translators.

The School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences currently offers:

Workshops and Guest Lectures

Dr Jorge Diego Sanchez

University of Salamanca, Spain
Dr Jorge Diego Sanchez from the University of Salamanca, Spain, on 14th August 2018, delivered an intriguing lecture to the students of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences, School of Journalism and Mass Communications and School of Law on the topic “DissemiNation of Narratives about India in Spain”.

Prof Richard Brown

School of English, Leeds University, UK
Prof Richard Brown from School of English, Leeds University, UK, on 1st August 2018, delivered a talk on ‘Reading Literature Today’ to the students of School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences. He talked about the challenges faced by literature today in existing University systems and societies across the world.

Mr Manoj Das

A Prominent Writer,
the winner of the Padma Shri and the Sahitya Akademi Award
Mr Manoj Das, a prominent writer, and the winner of the Padma Shri and the Sahitya Akademi Award delivered three lectures on 11th, 12th, and 13th February, 2018 to the students of School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences. The topics of his Talk were: ‘The Dawn of Quest Eternal: Reflections on the Vedas and Upanishads’, ‘Vaster than Life: The Epics and the Puranas’ and ‘Splendors of Experience: The Folk lore with reference to the Jatakas, Kathasaritsagara, Panchatantra.’

Ms Fidji Milet

Co-founded the french Association Swayoga
School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences organized a guest lecture by Ms Fidji Milet for the students of School of Liberal Arts & Human Sciences and School of Journalism & Mass Communication, on 27th September 2018.

Ms Milet shares her life between France and India. She has co-founded the french Association Swayoga and the Swayoga Healing Centre to promote the Essence of Indian Traditional Yoga, Naturopathy and holistic therapies.

In her lecture she introduced students to the aspects of French cultural including delicious food, inspiring artwork, politics etc, that make it different from India.