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Students advised to have gurus and goals for an enriched future

Mysuru, July 11, 2019: The Induction programme for new students held in any educational institution is an important event that helps the students to understand their roles and responsibilities. It also helps the institutions to educate the new students to know about the rules and regulations of the institution, culture and learning aspects. Recognising these benefits, the MHRD through UGC has introduced a week-long induction programme to the newly admitted students at the higher education level.

Towards fulfilling these requirements, the JSS College of Arts, Commerce & Science, (Autonomous), Ooty Road, Mysuru, had organised an Induction training for the fresh UG students. The inaugural programme was held on dt: July 11, 2019, at the Golden Jubilee Auditorium, of the college. Prof. Lingaraja Gandhi, Registrar, University of Mysore, inaugurated the programme. In his inaugural address, he called upon the students to have Gurus and Goals to build an enriched future.

Prof. B V Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College, in his presidential address mentioned that higher education is a contributor to the sustainable livelihoods and economic development of a nation. He advised the students to adopt a disciplined and goal-oriented behaviour pattern. Further, he gave a statistical detail about higher education, and yeoman service of the JSS Mahavidyapeetha, the long legacy of the college, and the grades acquired by the college in the past from NAAC and UGC.

Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal, JSS College, Mysuru, welcomed the guests. Ms. Sannidhi, II BSc (CBZ) student of gave an invocation. Prof. D S Sadashivamurthy gave a vote of thanks, and Dr. Kumudini Achchi compered.

In the technical sessions, Prof. B V Sambashivaiah, Prof. M Mahadevappa, Prof. D S Sadashivamurthy, Prof. T V Latha, Dr. Baradhuswamy, Dr. Kumudini Achchi, and Dr. Vinay Kumar L participated as resource persons.

2019-07-15T07:13:00+00:00July 11th, 2019|

‘Let reading habits increase’ – Sri H. G. Natarajan

Kollegal, July 10, 2019: “Lack of reading habits has made books useless things,” opined H. G. Natarajan, HoD, History, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.

He addressed the students after inaugurating a lecture on “Utilization of Library’, held at the JSS Women’s College, in Kollegal, organized for the First year Degree students, as part of the ‘Orientation Program for Freshers.’

“The number of book readers is declining constantly over the last two decades. TV and mobile phones have replaced them. Over usage of technology has snatched away book reading habits from us. Along with the usage of technology, reading habits should also be retained. There is no match for the knowledge that you get from books,” he added.

Presiding over the program, Prof. Umesh, Principal of the College expressed his view that “Books also is growing old like a man. But books won’t die like human beings. Today more than a classroom, students should spend more time in the library. Achieving success in competitive exams is possible only through the library. Only libraries which are called as ‘treasure house of knowledge’ can provide complete and genuine information to the students and take them towards success,” he said and called upon the students to utilize the library properly.

Sri Srinivas, Librarian, spoke about how to use the library and books.

Sri H. G. Natarajan inaugurating the ‘Utilization of Library’ programme organized for First year Degree students of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal. Prof. Umesh, Principal and Sri Srinivas, Librarian are seen in the picture.

  • Sri H.G. Natarajan delivering the inaugural speech. Prof. Umesh, Principal and Sri Srinivas, Librarian are seen.
  • Library staff and students participating in the programme.
2019-07-10T12:54:27+00:00July 10th, 2019|

12 students of JSS College selected for jobs through campus selection

July 3, 2019: The JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, B.N. Road, Mysuru, had organized a campus placement program, where 12 students were placed in the ICICI Bank as officers, with an annual salary package of Rs. 2.4 lakhs. They will be joining the services after completion of their PG Diploma in Banking Operations from IFBI-Mysuru.

Prof. B.V. Sambhashivaiah, Chief executive of the College handed over the appointment letters to the students in the presence of Principal Prof. M. Mahadevappa, and Mr. Hirannaiah, Director, IFBI-Mysuru.

2019-07-03T06:21:44+00:00July 3rd, 2019|

Women lack self-confidence – Sri Doreswamy Maddur

Kollegal, July 1, 2019: “Though women are achieving in all the sectors they lack self-confidence,” opined Sri Doreswamy Madduru, Kannada Professor, S.V.K. College, and litterateur.

He inaugurated the ‘Induction Program’, organized for the First year Degree students of the JSS Women’s College, in Kollegal.

“Women are intelligent than men. Nature itself has gifted it to them. They know how to achieve and how to produce achievers. Rural girls are always good in studies,” he said and called upon the students to develop wisdom and shape a bright future by utilizing the various facilities provided by the College.

In his presidential address Prof. Umesh, Principal of the College expressed his view that students can find success in their lives if they develop objectivity, have a specific aim and an attitude of constant learning. “Use both education and knowledge equally and make your college life a secure foundation of your bright future. Our college has been organizing such Induction Programs since the beginning, in order to help you to know about your seniors, lecturers, professors and thus has provided a platform to exchange your ideas and views, to help you know about the various facilities available in the college like the library, internet facility, etc. College management is making efforts to continue this program till the year-end. Hence, I wish you all to utilize all these facilities and benefit from this,” he added.

Various lecturers spoke on different topics like good utilization of library, personality development, entrepreneurship, professionalism, cleanliness, courage, human values, etc.

Sri Doreswamy inaugurating the ‘Induction Program’ held for the First year Degree Students. Prof. Umesh, Principal, teaching and non teaching staff are seen in the picture.

  • Sri Doreswamy addressing the students. Prof. Umesh, Principal, teaching and non teaching staff are seen in the picture
  • Students participating in the program
2019-07-01T11:12:37+00:00July 1st, 2019|

NCC Annual activities flagged off

Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Coordinating Officer, JSS Residential School, Suttur, flagging off the NCC Land Army Annual activities of the JSS High School, in Suttur. Sri Sampath, Sri Veerabhadraiah, Head Master Sri G. Shivamallu, NCC Officer Smt. C.P. Nirmala and officers of the 13th Karnataka Battalion are seen in the picture.

2019-07-01T07:55:36+00:00July 1st, 2019|

International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

Dr. P. Devaraj, Chief Medical Officer, JSS Hospital, speaking at a programme held at the JSS Residential School, in Sutturu, on the occasion of the ‘International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking’. Heads of various departments of the school were present.

2019-06-26T09:42:54+00:00June 26th, 2019|

Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka Dr. G Parameshwara at Suttur Math

The Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka Dr. G Parameshwara visited the Suttur Math today. His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji submitted a proposal to the Deputy Chief Minister regarding the establishment of a Science City at Suttur. Dr. B. Suresh Pro-Chancellor, JSSAHER explained about the project, and how it will play an important role in orienting young minds in pursuing a science career. The Hon’ble DCM assured his support and take up the matter in the cabinet.

2019-06-24T10:44:44+00:00June 24th, 2019|

We are forced to look at the sky for rainfall – Dr. Arun Balamatti

Suttur, June 22, 2019: “Due to change in the weather conditions we are facing a critical situation where we have to wait for rainfall during rainy season,” opined Dr. Arun Balamatti, Chief of the ICAR JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra, Suttur, and Senior Scientist.

He participated in the ‘Environment Day’ programme held at the JSS Residential School, in Suttur. Expressing his concern over the changing weather conditions and shortage of rainfall due to this, he said, “due to the deteriorating environmental balance even the weather experts are unable to predict correct weather results. The environment can balance itself, it is a natural process. But due to serious changes in the last 10 years it has reached a state where environment is striving to protect itself. About 40 % of the fauna and 70% of insect species have been destroyed.”

“Every year more than 90,000 people are losing their lives in various countries of Europe continent due to increasing temperature. Nature has often proved that we are not above it. But we are continuously trying to ride over it. This year’s ‘World Environment Day’ theme is ‘Air Pollution’. Nature fulfils our desires, but not our greed. According to researchers vertebrates (animals with backbone) like tiger, lion, elephant, bear, etc., will become extinct within the next seven (07) years. Our future generations will have to see them only in photographs and films. Only human beings are responsible for such disasters. Entire globe will perish even if one link of the food chain gets delinked. Rather than questioning what the government and law is doing, we all have to question and retrospect ourselves and pledge to protect the environment,” he added.

Sri G. Shivamallu , Headmaster, JSS Residential School, Smt. C.P. Nirmala, Sri B.M. Siddappa, Sri G.M. Shadakshari and others were present.

2019-06-24T05:13:22+00:00June 22nd, 2019|

International Yoga Day held at JSS College, Gundlupet

Mysuru, June 21, 2019: The JSS College of Arts and Commerce, Gundlupet, observed the International Yoga Day, in the college on June 21, 2019.

Administrative, teaching staff and students of the College took part in the yoga camp held in the college, under the guidance of yoga trainers Mr. Srujan and Prajwal, organized as part of the International Yoga Day. The session started early in the morning with a prayer.

Speaking on the occasion the yoga trainers expressed their view that “Yoga reflects the union of individual consciousness with that of universal consciousness, a perfect harmony between mind and body, man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well being. Yoga reflects harmony and peace for humanity, which is also the essence of yoga.”

They also explained how different ‘asanas’ will help in preventing several diseases and helps for overall well being.

Dr. Mahadeva Swamy N presided over the programme. Sri N. Malluswamy, Physical Education Director welcomed and Sri H.S. Rajashekarappa proposed a vote of thanks.

All the teaching, non teaching staff and students took part in the yoga camp. A book exhibition on yoga was held at the College library.

2019-06-24T04:52:32+00:00June 21st, 2019|