Monday, 9 June 2014

Posted by Samirsinh Dattopadhye On June 09, 2014
Shree Sai Satcharitra exams conducts in 5 levels.

1) Prathama (First exam) - 100 Marks
The syllabus for the Prathama is Sai Satcharitra Adhyay 1 to Adhyay 10

2) Dwitiya (Second exam) - 100 Marks
The syllabus for the Dwitiya is Sai Satcharitra Adhyay 11 to Adhyay 20

3) Tritiya (Third exam) - 100 Marks
The syllabus for the Tritiya is Sai Satcharitra Adhyay 21 to Adhyay 30

4) Chaturtha (Fourth exam) - 100 Marks
The syllabus for the Chaturtha is Sai Satcharitra Adhyay 31 to Adhyay 40

5) The Pancham exam (Final Exam) – 400 marks
Comprises of oral, written & practical exams.

The written exam is of 200 marks
Paper-I 100 marks ;
Syllabus- Chapters 41 to 52

Paper-II 100 marks;
Syllabus – The entire Shree Sai Satcharita.
Practical exams - 100 marks
Oral exams – 100 marks

Panchasheel Pariksha Exam papers

The syllabus for the Pancham exam involves 24 practical sessions to be performed within a span of 12 months. Practical classes conducted prior to the Pancham exam demonstrate how Shri Sai Satcharita, a practical composition, leads to progress.  It also showcases ways in which scientific principles can be applied in everyday life.

Every candidate who wishes to appear for Pancham exam has to clear the first 4 levels and perform 24 practicals.

The practical session is divided into 2 parts. Part one comprises of the first 12 practicals and is conducted after the candidate clears the 3rd exam, i.e.,Tritiya. Part two comprising of next 12 practicals, is conducted after the candidate clears the 4th exam, i.e., Chaturthi.

Practical experiments were initially conducted and explained by Param Pujya Aniruddha Bapu. ‘Shri Sai Samartha Vidnyan Prabodhini’ has published a Book of Practicals to facilitate the understanding of various principles and the study thereof..

Examination Centers:
Examination paper is published in Daily Pratyaksha.
This Paper is answered at home and then sent to
Head Office i.e. 601,
Link Apartment, Khari Village,
Old Khar, Khar (W), Mumbai 400052. 

Prize Distribution Program:
The Prize Distribution program is held once a year in the month of January. Trophies are awarded to candidates who secure ranks or distinctions.

Medium of Answering: Language of candidate’s choice.

Age Limit: The minimum age limit is 15 years, there being no maximum age limit.


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