The Scholarship application form is required only for those who cannot pay the course fees. Regular students of PJC 2015 Batch do not need to fill this form. Any 2015 Batch student who cannot pay the course fees will have to fill this form to be considered for scholarship[contact-form subject=”PJC Year-2a Application Form” to=”firstname.lastname@example.org”] [contact-field label=”Name” type=”name” required=”true” /] [contact-field label=”Email” type=”email” required=”true” /] [contact-field label=”Completed PJC Year-1″ type=”select” required=”true” options=”Yes – Online Only,Yes – Online and Himalaya” /] [contact-field label=”How much can you pay?” type=”select” required=”true” options=”75% $750 ,15% $150 ₹10,000,Cannot Pay” /] [contact-field label=”Explain your need” type=”textarea” /] [/contact-form]
Who is eligible to join PJC Year-2A
Any PJC Member of the batch of 2015 i.e. who joined PJC Year-1 in the year 2015 is eligible to join
Any PJC Member of an earlier batch who wishes to repeat the year, is also welcome to join
Who can attend the Himalaya Class
Only those PJC Year-2A Members who have registered for this course online are eligible to attend the Himalaya Class. There are no fees for the Himalaya contact classes.
There are three options to join PJC Year-2A in 2016. The Early Bird Fee option is discounted $900, then there is the Standard Fees $1050 which can be paid in full upfront or a slightly more expensive Subscription option of $105 per month.
Finally we also have scholarships for many of those deserving students who cannot pay for the PJC Course. Before you choose a subsidized fee, bear in mind that we would need the prior approval of the Course Mentor Mrs. Sarbani Rath.
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|D||Date||Vāra||8:00 AM||1:00 PM|
|1||21-Aug-2014||Thu||Varga Schemes||Rāśi Aṁśa – Bhāva Concepts|
|2||22-Aug-2014||Fri||Navāṁśa: D9 Janma, Principles||Navāṁśa: D9 Bhāgya|
|3||23-Aug-2014||Sat||Navāṁśa: D9 Notes||Navāṁśa: D9 Notes|
|4||24-Aug-2014||Sun||Drekkāṇa: D3 Siblings||Drekkāṇa Devatā & Mantra|
|5||25-Aug-2014||Mon||Drekkāṇa: D3-J Karma Phala||Dvādaśāṁśa: D12 Principles, Sūryāṁśa|
|6||26-Aug-2014||Tue||Dvādaśāṁśa: D12 Parents||Dvādaśāṁśa: D12 Grandparents|
|8||28-Aug-2014||Thu||Siddhāṁśa: D24 Apara Vidyā||Dasāṁśa: D10 Profession|
|9||29-Aug-2014||Fri||Navāṁśa: D9 Marriage(s)||Caturthāṁśa: D4 Property|
|10||30-Aug-2014||Sat||Saptāṁśa: D7 Pregnancy||Saptāṁśa: D7 Children|
|11||31-Aug-2014||Sun||Ṣoḍaśāṁśa: D16 Sukha||Ṣoḍaśāṁśa: D16 Comfort|
|12||01-Sep-2014||Mon||Dasāṁśa: Rājayoga||Dasāṁśa: D10 Devatā|
|13||02-Sep-2014||Tue||Caturthāṁśa D4 Bhāgya||Siddhāṁśa: D24 Para Vidyā|
|15||04-Sep-2014||Thu||Viṁśāṁśa D20||Viṁśāṁśa D20 Devatā|
|16||05-Sep-2014||Fri||Triṁśāṁśa: D30 (Parāśara)||Trimśāṁśa: D30-V|
|17||06-Sep-2014||Sat||Bhāṁśa: D27||Ṣaṣṭiāṁśa: D60 Principles|
|18||07-Sep-2014||Sun||Ṣaṣṭiāṁśa: D60 Past Incarnation||Viṁśopāka Bala|
|19||08-Sep-2014||Mon||D30 Devatā द da (Datta) क ka (kāla) upadeśa|
Students are encouraged to participate in the Himalaya Contact classes as there is no real substitute to learning directly from the guru. In addition to the lessons, some mantra initiations are also done during these classes which enable you to be a perfect jyotiṣa paṇḍita. Please note that students opting for certification will have to participate in the contact classes for one week (at least) in the third and fifth academic years i.e. PJC Year-3 and PJC Year-5 respectively.
Venue: Contact Classes are held at Bhimtal, Kumaon, Himalayas annually in September/October.
Bhimtal, Kumaon, Himalayas
Ph. +91-5942-247117/248080/248081, +91-9759292815.
Cost: Double Sharing is about Rs 1400/- Per person per day including all meals. Single Sharing Rs.2200/- Per person per day. This is an approximate cost for 2011 and is liable to change depending on the size of the group. You will be informed about this cost in advance to plan for the trip (pilgrimage) to the holy mountains. The cost includes accommodation, breakfast, lunch, dinner, mid-morning and evening tea, wireless internet and taxes. Participants accompanied by spouse can avail of this cheap facility for family/spouse as well. Please book and pay directly to the hotel by getting in touch with Neelesh Gunwant at email@example.com . Kindly inform Sarbani Rath firstname.lastname@example.org intent and number of family/spouse accompanying.
Payment: By cheque or direct deposit at the following bank A/C nos. favoring “Neelesh Inn”: (a) IDBI Bank, Bhimtal branch, Neelesh Inn A/C No. 404102000000082 OR (b) Axis Bank, Haldwani branch, Neelesh Inn A/C No. 584010200000268 OR (c) PayPal: email@example.com
Bio: Born on the Thirtieth day of June 1962 in Calcutta, India at seventeen minutes past midnight, to very pious parents Ashoke Kumar Sarkar and Aloka, who were the third generation in the Sarkar family directly associating with the Ramakrishna order. Sarbani had the good fortune of associating with the saṅnyāsins of the Śrī Sāradā Math from birth. When only four years old she learnt how to make the Śiva Liñga with mud from the banks of the Gaṅgā and worship with sixteen offerings (ṣoḍaśa upacāra), mantra and mudra. The grace of Holy Mother Śrī Sāradā Ma flowed as she learnt Sanskrit and vedic literature including purāṇa and various spiritual practises directly from the Math.
Formal education at Loreto House School ensured a healthy balance between traditional vedic learning and modern English public school. She graduated in Political Science from Presidency College in 1985. She completed her Masters degree from University of Calcutta in 1987.
In 1987 she moved to Delhi to work as a social scientist specialising in environmental law and policy, history of conservation, the concept of the nation state and human rights. Based at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS), the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) and later at the World Wide Fund for Nature-India (WWF-India), Delhi she worked closely with grassroots organisations, academics, lawyers and judges particularly in the area of national parks and sanctuaries and the conflict area between wildlife and the livelihood rights of forest dwellers. She has taught as a guest lecturer at the M.Sc. programme in Environmental Biology, University of Delhi and at the graduation programme at the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad.
An intense teacher @SJC Singapore, 2004
Her childhood passion for vedic astrology and other occult sciences like I-Ching and the Tarot led her to gradually move fulltime into this field of work. She was a professional Tarot Reader for 12 years in the 1990’s with a large collection of Tarot Decks, although she primarily used the Crowley and the Rider-Waite decks for her readings. The turning point was in 1998 when Bṛhat Parāśara Horā Śāstra became the principal book on her table. She has been exclusively studying and practicing Jyotiṣa under the able guidance of Pt. Sanjay Rath. After receiving the Bṛhaspati Gāyatrī in 2002 she has been practising jyotiṣa professionally and teaching as a Jyotiṣa Guru of Śrī Jagannāth Center (SJC). She went on to be the President of SJC in 2008. She continues her passion of reading Vedic literature and after finishing a thorough study of the Garuḍa Purāṇa, is currently working on Sāradātilaka Tantra and Skanda Purāṇa.
L-R: B.Lakshmi Ramesh, Sarbani Rath, Komilla Sutton
In 2011 she successfully completed the 5-year long Jaimini Scholar Programme (2007-11) and is a certified Jaimini Scholar of the First Himalaya Batch of Devaguru Bṛhaspati Center (DBC). On the directions of the DBC-Institute she is currently a teacher and Course Co-ordinator of the 2nd Himalaya Batch of the Jaimini Scholar Programme. As the Managing Editor of Sagittarius Publications, she oversees the publication of the quarterly jyotiṣa journal The Jyotish Digest and other astrology books. She has presented papers at various Jyotish conferences in India, USA, London and Serbia. She is a member of the British Association of Vedic Astrology (BAVA).
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