|Undergraduate||BA (Sanskrit)||3 Years|
|B.Sc Applied Psychology (Hons)||3 Years|
|BA (Applied Psychology)||3 Years|
|B.Com.-Taxation, Professional Accounting, Banking & Insurance, Marketing.||3 Years|
|Integrated B.A.B.Ed. (English Literature)||4 Years|
|Integrated B.Sc.B.Ed. (Mathematics)||4 Years|
|B.Voc. in Tourism and Hospitality||3 Years|
|B.Voc. in Business Process and Data Analytics||3 Years|
Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth (CVV), the brainchild of the visionary spiritual leader, Swami Chinmayananda, is reviving profound Indian Knowledge Systems and blending them with modern educational needs, to create world leaders, with in-depth subject expertise and an expansive global vision. CVV provides a learner-centred approach to education, intensely focussing on the aptitudes, skills and strengths of the student. Core courses provide the students with the necessary training in their subjects and Elective courses provide the students’ breadth in their subject as well as in allied subjects.
It's strength lies in providing world class education built on a unique confluence of ancient Indian wisdom and Western cutting-edge university practice. For example BBA/ B.Com students have options for studying Indian Financial Systems blended with Arthashastra; B.Sc. (Applied Psychology) students have the option to study courses that explore the mind through the lens of Yoga and the Bhagavad Gita; BA (Sanskrit) students have opportunities to take courses in NLP, Management & Business and lots more. CVV also offers proficiency courses that equip students with marketable skills and improve their value in the job market. As part of the curriculum the students are provided industry-relevant connections through internships, workshops and guidance from experts to extend their learning beyond theory and grow into well-informed professionals in their chosen fields. To give them a balanced approach to life, students also take courses in life skills such as Yoga, Meditation and Seva. Thus the holistic education provided in CVV will prepare you for both—making a good living, as well as to live well.
- Swami Chinmayananda