Study, Sadhana and Selfless Service (Nishkaama Seva) are the duties of a Brahmachari.
Jijnasa, Mumukshuttva and Samarpanam (complete dedication), are the three basic qualifications for a student of this Peeth.
The sessions would be mainly in Sanskrit and Hindi. However in special cases other regional languages or English will be used.
Along with the services prescribed by the shaastras, the Brahmacharis are expected to offer their services for the Peeth, as advised by the Acharyas.
Other than appreciation and blessings, no certificate or any other documents, for any kind of official or legal purposes, will be issued to the students at Samaavartana , the completion of studies.
By the guidance of senior Acharyas, senior students can teach classes and guide the beginners.
If the Brahmachari is absent for a long time without informing the Acharya, the Acharya can ask him to discontinue the classes.
Before joining any of the classes, one should properly introduce himself to the Acharya, and attend the classes as per his directions.
If a student takes a text book from the library, he should not write anything in it other than marking printing errors or corrections, as directed by the Acharya. It is recommended to keep a separate book for personal notes.
The students and residents should not use any kind of intoxicants and should also avoid food from local restaurants, tea shops etc.
If the seeker has already been learning some of the subjects prescribed in the schedule from other institutions or Ashrams, then he can join the advanced classes with the permission of Acharya.
The Acharyas have the freedom to teach any of the text, listed or unlisted, as per the requirement, or as they deem fit.
The Brahmacharis should participate whole heartedly in general activities, chanting or discussions held in the Peeth and all the special events celebrated.
The initiated Brahmacharis are advised to take Bhiksha once a day from the outside kshetras at least for a year as a part of traditional Sadhana for purification.
Apart from their regular sadhana, svadhyaya and Ashram seva, the beginners are advised to attend only 2 hours of class daily, as they require more time for self-study and revisions.