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Welcome to the publications page of SSSIHL. All university publications for external communication are designed and produced in-house. They are available below for download in electronic format.
They include:
  • SSSIHL Annual Report
  • Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality
  • Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha
  • SSSIHL Admissions Handbook
Additionally, short reports on major festivals and events (such as the Annual Sports & Cultural Meet and the Annual Convocation) are also published on the website.
To download the PDF files for any publication, click on any of the links provided below. You will be able to view and save the file in PDF format on your computer.

SSSIHL Annual Report

The Annual Report gives an insight into the SSSIHL's system of Integral Education and includes a comprehensive report of activities - both academic and co-curricular - for each academic year at the University.
SSSIHL Annual Report 2018
SSSIHL Annual Report 2017
SSSIHL Annual Report 2016
SSSIHL Annual Report 2015
SSSIHL Annual Report 2014
SSSIHL Annual Report 2013
SSSIHL Annual Report 2012
SSSIHL Annual Report 2011

Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality

The Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality serves as an induction course to all students of the University. The three day event takes place during the second week of each Academic Year. The books chronologically represent the entire programme of the Summer Course in Indian Culture and Spirituality. This includes all the speeches, interactive sessions such as the Parayanam sessions (experiences with Bhagawan Baba), panel discussions and presentations.. The themes of the talk are related to Indian Culture and Spirituality, and will give the reader a glimpse of the vast and ancient wisdom of Bharat.
Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality 2017
Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality 2016
Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality 2015
Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality 2014
Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality 2013
Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality 2012
Summer Course in Indian Culture & Spirituality 2011

Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha

These books are a compilation of all the talks delivered during the Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha - a series of evening sessions of talks delivered at Sai Kulwant Hall, Prasanthi Nilayam during the Dasara festival each year. The 'Vidwan Mahasabha’ consists of speakers — primarily teachers and students of SSSIHL and functionaries of Bhagawan Baba’s Institutions — addressing the gathering on topics concerning spirituality and philosophy, including the teachings of Sri Sathya Sai Baba and experiences of devotees. Relevant transcripts of excerpts from Bhagawan Baba’s Divine discourses are also included.
Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha 2017
Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha 2016
Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha 2015
Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha 2014
Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha 2013
Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha 2012
Prasanthi Vidwan Mahasabha 2011

SSSIHL Admissions Prosepectus 2018

The official Admissions Prospectus will serve as a step-by-step guide for applicants to all programmes of study at the University. and help answer any questions that they may have towards a successful application to a degree programme in 2018.
Note: Admissions for 2018 entry have concluded. The prospectus is only a reference guide for potential applicants. For 2019 Admissions, the new prospectuses will be published on 1 December 2018.
SSSIHL Admissions Prospectus 2018 - Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Professional programmes
SSSIHL Admissions Prospectus 2018 - Doctoral Research programmes

Education and culture are like the negative and the positive poles. While education caters to providing information, culture leads to the transformation. What passes off under the banner of education today is mere bookish knowledge. Aspiring to acquire an inner vision through Educare will therefore help experience the outer world.

Sri Sathya Sai Baba
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