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The Sanskrit curriculum at the Bhatara Guru Hindu College was firstly implemented from 2017 and has undergone several revisions, especially the Sanskrit syllabus. Development needs to be carried out and directed at the right goals in accordance with the current National Education goals in Indonesia. The research has four objectives: (1) to analyze the purpose of syllabus development for the Sanskrit course, (2) to describe the syllabus preparation process, (3) to determine what material is used in the syllabus preparation, and (4) to determine syllabus model that has been developed. This research is qualitative and uses primary and secondary data where informants are determined using purposive sampling techniques. This research uses literature, observation, interviews, and documentation methods in data collection and the data that has been collected is analyzed descriptively by data reduction, data presentation, and conclusion or verification. The results show that the Sanskrit syllabus includes script, vocabulary, grammar, and sentence structure. Moreover, the syllabus has the learning materials, such as, sacred Hindu texts and the reference text books where the learning modules contain material summaries, exercises, assignments, and assessment instruments to measure students' ability to write and read Devanagari. Thus, the Sanskrit syllabus includes objectives, materials, teaching methods, and assessments that suit the needs and characteristics of students.
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