As many as 1,160 students received their post graduate, graduate and diploma course certificates virtually at the convocation of the Sanskrit university.
Education Minister Audimulapu Suresh said Telugu and Sanskrit Akademi will publish books for competitive, UG & PG exams as well.
Officials from the institution said after booking online, people can courier the last remains, on receipt of which the academy would arrange a priest and live telecast the rituals for the family.
The books, 'Khel Kayda', 'Krida Paricharika', 'Khel Safa' and 'Krida Ek Jeevan Padati', were released during workshop 'Chalo Khel Ki Dhara' held at Hindi Bhawan.
Vice-Chancellor Dharmarajan Adat said the university is looking forward to the visit of the NAAC peer team.
Led by popular musician Manasi Prasad, an all-women ensemble performed a classical concert exploring the connection between music and Sanskrit
The LG said the inauguration of various projects in Basohli shows the commitment of the Union Territory's administration towards the economic, cultural and social development of Basohli area.
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At present, the Telugu Akademi headquartered in Hyderabad, has its regional centres at Tirupati, Anantapur, Guntur, Vijayawada and Visakhapatnam in the State.
The first language remains English, which is common for all students.
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K V Sampath Kumar (64), editor of the world’s only Sanskrit newspaper ‘Sudharma’ passed away in Mysuru on Wednesday following cardiac arrest.
According to sources, the authorities of the National Sanskrit University have also extended support to this initiative.