ADMISSION DETAILS

The courses are termed as 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year. Candidates have to take admission to respective courses every year. Every student has an option to leave the college at the end of any year, for any reason. The qualified student is awarded with the certificate for that year. The essential knowledge is imparted in the first year itself. The syllabus of courses are designed to imbibe the essential knowledge of manually casting a birth and horary charts and also independently interpreting the same in traditional and KP system, by the end of 1st Year course, itself, i.e., Jyotishya Praveena (KP). Advanced concepts are included in the 2nd and 3rd years for the students to attain higher levels of knowledge and mastery in the subject.

AWARDS & RECOGNITION

Prizes are distributed to the toppers from each course, every year. The interest amount received on the college corpus fund would be used for the same.
Their names along with their photos are announced in the Eminent Students page.

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION & STUDY MATERIAL

The entire course will be covered by practical exercises, case studies and discussions. The following study material is used during these courses.

  • A book by Guruji Predictive Stellar Astrology, 3rd Edition (Released in March 1996 on the eve of the Institute’s Decennial celebrations along with Institute’s Souvenir)
  • Telugu translation of the above book by Prof.C. Sambasiva Rao, Chairman of the College (Published in 2013)
  • Astrology Ready Reckoner

Apart from the above reference material, copies of recent Ephemeris and table of ascendants are made available to students. For further clarifications, notes on the relevant topics are given in detail in class room lectures. To initiate practical experience, Case Studies on relevant topics are included. For a deeper understanding of the subject - all efforts are made by faculty to clear the doubts of individual students

Note: The Syllabus for every course is reviewed and revised, if need be, by the Managing Committee depending on the feedback from students and also the changing social and economic trends where an astrological study is worth. 

 JYOTISHYA PRAVEENA (1st Year Course)
 DESCRIPTION This course emphasises is on casting of Horoscope in the first semester. Interpretation of Horoscope is dealt with in the second semester. The emphasis is on K P System while the fundamentals of Vedic system of Astrology are the essential input. It is aimed to enable the candidate to manually cast the Horoscope both in Traditional system and in K P System.
 ELIGIBILITY All enthusiastic candidates are admitted in this course every year
 DURATION 1 Year (40 Sundays) (2 Semesters)
 FEE As decided by the Managing Committee
 COURSE CONTENTS Written examination is conducted at the end of every semester and the successful candidates are awarded the title Jyotishya Praveena (K.P)

I SEMESTER

  • THEORY OF ASTROLOGY
    Concept of astrology, its use and relationship with other sciences
    Origin and history of astrology
    Various systems and branches of astrology and House divisions
  • ASTRONOMY RELEVANT TO ASROLOGY
    Solar system, Planets, Signs, Constellations forms and their lords
    Division of Zodiac and basics of signs
    Theory of astronomy – Basic concepts. Rotation and revolution of planets.
  • MATHEMATICAL ASTROLOGY
    Time Difference--Standard, Zonal and Sidereal Time, GMT, IST and LMT
    Concept of Ayanamsa and difference between Indian and Western systems
    Various forms of charts
    Casting of horoscope- Natal and Horary (KP method)
    Calculation of Dasa periods
    Difference between a sign and Bhava
    Verification of correctness of a chart
    Theory of sign, star and sub lords
    Ruling Planets
    Selection of significators

II SEMESTER

  • MATHEMATICAL ASTROLOGY (Contd.)
    Basics of Panchanga
    Casting of Traditional horoscope – Lahiri Ephemeris
    Erection of Rasi, Navamsa and Arudha Charts
  • PREDICTIVE ASTROLOGY
    Kala Purusha
    Rasi, Bhava and Graha Tatvas
    Classification of signs and Bhavas
    Planetary strengths- exaltation, aspects etc.
  • KRISHNAMURTHY SYSTEM
    Judgement of horoscope
    Timing of the event on various topics -physical Characteristics, education, profession, marriage etc.
  • MISCELLANEOUS
    Basics of Muhurtha
    Matching of Horoscopes for marriage
 JYOTISHYA VISARADA (2nd Year Course)
 DESCRIPTION This course is on interpretation of horoscope in an advanced way, especially under K P System. The fundamental predictive principles of Vedic astrology are also invariably referred to.
 ELIGIBILITY Candidates who have successfully completed Jyotishya Praveena (KP) course
 DURATION 1 Year (40 Sundays) (2 Semesters)
 FEE As decided by the Managing Committee 
 COURSE CONTENTS Written examination is conducted at the end of every semester and the successful candidates are awarded the title Jyotishya Visarada (K.P)

I SEMESTER

  • Correction of Birth Time
  • Physical Features
  • Mental abilities and qualities
  • Education
  • Profession- Service and Business
  • Foreign Travel
  • Marriage and married life
  • Children
  • Property
  • Litigation
  • Financial matters
  • Theft
  • Missing person
  • Medical Astrology

II SEMESTER

  • Fortuna
  • Annual Solar Chart in KP system
  • Assessment of Longevity
  • Panchanga its importance and applications
  • Transit Astrology
  • Kala Hora
  • Matching of horoscopes for Business purposes
 JYOTISHYA SIROMANI (3rd Year Course)
 DESCRIPTION The idea in this course is to ensure that the candidate is also aware of the systems of Astrology other than K.P. The course contents are mostly on topics other than K P system. They are on Western System, Ashtakavarga System, Numerology, Palmistry etc.
 ELIGIBILITY Candidates who have successfully completed Jyotishya Visarada (KP) course
 DURATION 1 Year (40 Sundays) (2 Semesters)
 FEE As decided by the Managing Committee 
 COURSE CONTENTS Written examination is conducted at the end of every semester and the successful candidates are awarded the title Jyotishya Siromani

I SEMESTER

  • Rahu and Ketu and their role
  • Karmic Control of Planets
  • Transit Astrology – a. Traditional and b. Sudarshana Chakra
  • Ashtakavarga
  • Gemini Astrology
  • Lost Horoscopy
  • Gems and remedial measures
  • Vasthu – Residential and Industrial purposes

II SEMESTER

  • Nadi Astrology
  • Western Astrology
  • Numerology and Numeroscope
  • Astro-meterology—weather, earthquakes and eclipses
  • Dharma Sastra
  • Mundane Astrology
  • Palmistry

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