February 2020

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Oath Taking and Lamp Lighting Ceremony of 16th Batch GNM Students

Lamp lighting and oath taking ceremony of 16th batch GNM students was held at JSS Nursing College, Chamarajanagar On Feb 26th. The event kicked off with a prayer song by Kumari Jyothi and team. Invitees and honourable guests were welcomed by the College Principal Sri. Vinay Kumar.

Our Guest Sri. Vinay. D. Judge, District Sessions Court, Chamarajanagar inaugurated the ceremony. In his address, he told “ Even in the midst of utter difficulty, Florence Nightingale indulged in the service of the society. Like her, every nursing student must respect your profession and must have a mind set to help others”. He further added, “while doing your profession, you should keep up the pledge that you have made today”.

The Chief Guest of the event Sri. Dr. Sanjeev. G.M, Dean and Director, Chamarajanagar Institute of Medical Sciences addressed the students. In his speech he said, “nursing is a finest and disciplined profession. Only 30 percent of treatment is provided by doctor, other 70 percent of the treatment and care is given by the nurse”. He further said about the increasing employment opportunities in the nursing field and he also appreciated the functioning of the JSS Nursing College and told the students to make the best use of the facilities provided by the JSS Nursing college.

Dr. Ravi. MC, District Health and Family Welfare, told the students to deal with the patients very calmly as the patients are more connected to nurses than with doctors.

Srimati. Latha .S, , Primary Health Center, who is also the Winner of Florence Nightingale Award 2019 spoke with the students and advised them to work for betterment and cause of other people.

SrimathiLatha. S and Srimathi Sandhya Shree, Nursing Tutor lit the lamp and the oath was administered to the students by Institution Principal Sri. Vinay Kumar. G.
The programme concluded with vote of thanks.

2020-03-05T09:54:30+00:00March 5th, 2020|

3rd Indian Congress 2020 for physically challenged – Programme report

Mysuru, February 28, 2020: The JSS Institute for Differently Abled and Indian Congress 2020, had organised the 3rd Indian Congress 2020 for the physically challenged candidates from February 21 to 23, 2020 in the institution premises. The various programmes organised included Nandavanam, social artist events, etc., with sponsorship from ‘The AMAZE Charitable Trust. About 100 candidates from different places took part in the programme.

The major objectives of organising this programme included creating awareness among the community about physically challenged people, their needs and contributions, importance and need of identifying their talent and encouraging them, their role in the society, etc..

Sri R.A. Rafeeq, Director RDI Institute, Ananthapuram, Andhra Pradesh, inaugurated the programme on February 21, 2020. In his address, he opined that this programme is very meaningful and helpful for all. He said that a few students of their institution were also pursuing education in this institute in Mysuru and appreciated for providing all required facilities.

Chief Guest Sri Thomas Crows, Initiator of Worldwide Congress for Persons with Disabilities, Berlin, Germany, in his address expressed his view that the JSS Polytechnic for Physically Challenged is a different and special institution and the objectives of organising f the Indian Congress is also appreciable. Another Chief Guest Dr. Kumar G.S., Chief Executive Officer, Sri Vivekananda Youth Movement, Mysuru, was of the opinion that the programme was well organised and the Institution has provided all necessary facilities to the candidates learning here. He opined that all the programmes organised by the institute are very informative.

Dr. C. Ranganathaiah, Director (Educational & Administration), JSS Mahavidyapeetha presided over the programme. In his address, he explained that the JSS MVP has given more prominence and importance for the physically challenged candidates’ education and occupation. “All facilities have been provided to them here. The administrative board has extended all types of cooperation in organising this 3rd Indian Congress 2020. Efforts are made to create awareness among the physically challenged candidates who have come here about the facilities they can get,” he said and advised them to utilize it properly.

Sri B. Elangovan, Principal, JSS Institute for Differently Abled in his address expressed his view that the physically challenged people are capable in every sense and advised them to utilize the opportunities that they get and step forward with a positive attitude. “This institution is functioning as per the wish and guidance of Paramapujya Swamiji, who is giving special cooperation for this institution. This programme that is being held under the guidance of many capable people has become successful with the participation of the candidates. Information about the various job opportunities available for physically challenged people, motivational guidance was provided on the occasion. Cultural programmes were held in the evening.

Workshops on married lives of physically challenged couples, swimming, and life protecting skills were conducted on February 22, 2020. In the afternoon session, the candidates visited the Sri Jayachamarajendra Zoological Garden. Special arrangements were made for their visit by the donors. A fashion show was held for the physically challenged candidates at 7.00 pm under the guidance of Sri Jagan, Mysuru.

An ‘Inclusive Run’ programme was held at 7.00 am on February 23, 2020, commencing from the office of the Deputy Commissioner to JSS Polytechnic for Physically Challenged. The programme was organised with the approval of the Deputy Commissioner and held under the guidance of the Police Commissioner. More than 700 people took part in the run. Free breakfast and T-Shirts were distributed to all sponsored by the donors. An Inclusive Art competition was held after this for both public and the physically challenged candidates.

Smt. Mamatha D.J., District Physically Challenged Welfare Officer, Mysuru District, Mysuru, participated as the chief guest of the valedictory programme that was held at 3.00 pm on the same day. She expressed her appreciation for the organisers who conducted the programme in such a special way. “Here nobody is physically challenged, every one of you are equally capable and fit.

You can achieve anything using your talent,” she said. She also shared information about the various facilities available for them by the Department.

Sri Thomas Crows, interacted with the participants. Sri Rabeendran Isaac, Author, Include Foundation, Coimbatore, presented a report of all the programmes that were conducted for three days.

Sri B. Elangovan, Principal, JSS Institute for Differently Abled in his address expressed his view that the three-day programme had provided a lot of information to the candidates and also had created lot of awareness. “All the programmes that were held these three days has helped them to develop motivation and inspiration and it will definitely help them in changing their lives,” he said. On the occasion, he also appreciated the blessings and guidance of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji for organising the programme and also mentioned the efforts of the Administrative Board, 3rd Indian Congress for Persons with Disabilities, all office-bearers of the Institution, all the donors, etc. He extended his thanks to all those who had cooperated for the success of the programme.

Certificates were distributed to all the candidates who took part in the programme.

2020-02-29T09:54:14+00:00February 29th, 2020|

Special Pooja Mahotsav to Jagadguru Ghanalinga Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s shrine

Suttur, February 29, 2020: Special poojas were held to the shrine of Jagadguru Sri Ghanalinga Shivayogi Mahaswamiji, as part of the Sri Tontada Siddalingeshwara Swami Jatra Mahotsav, at Kaggere Tapokshetra, in Kunigal Taluk, Tumakuru District, on February 29, 2020. Rudrabhisheka, special alankara, Mahamangalarathi, and other pooja activities were held with much fervor.

It should be recalled here that the 11th pontiff of Suttur Sri Veerasimhasana Mahasamasthana Math, Suttur Srikshetra, Jagadguru Sri Ghanalinga Shivayogi Mahaswamiji had engaged himself in several social welfare activities along with Yediyuru Sri Siddalingeshwara Swamiji. Apart from that he also contributed eternal messages to the religious and literary world through his many significant vachanas.

Sri Thontada Siddalingeshwara’s procession idol (Utsava Murthy) was adorned to the shrine.

Sri S.P. Shadaksharaswami, KPSC Chairman, Sri S.P. Udayshankar, Sri Shivaswamiji, Duggahatti Sri Veerabhadrappa and family, office-bearers of the Srimath and JSS Institution, Sri Thontadarya Swamiji of Kaggere, administrative board members of the temple, and hundreds of devotees from Kaggere and surrounding villages took part in the pooja programmes.

Music teachers and students of the JSS School, Suttur, presented a vachana recital programme. Prasada was distributed to all the devotees after the programme.

2020-03-03T07:56:03+00:00February 29th, 2020|

NCC achievers felicitated

Mysuru, February 29, 2020: “Achievements of students in NCC activities will become more meaningful and more valuable only when they make significant educational achievement. Every experience and every certificate that you gain by participating in NCC activities will help you in your future educational and professional life,” opined Lt. Col. Roshan B. Appanna, Administrative Officer, NCC, 14th Karnataka Batallion, Mysuru.

He addressed the students after inaugurating a felicitation programme, orgnaised at the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, for the NCC cadets who took part in the Taalsainik camp.

Presiding over the programme Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College expressed his view that, “The candidates should work with dedication. You should think that the welfare of the society as their welfare. Your lives should become a model for others. It is very happy to say that since the year 2010, two or three students from our college are taking part in the Republic Day and National-level camps every year. I wish this tradition continues in the future too. The contributions of all these achievers are memorable for this college.” On occasion, he shared his experiences when he was an NCC officer.

NCC cadets Sri M. Shashank and Sri C. Vikramnayak, who took part in the Republic Day and Taalsainik camps recently were felicitated on this occasion. They also shared their experiences.
While cadet Kum. D.M. Yukti welcomed, cadet Kum. Chandrakala gave an invocation. Cadet Kum. Yashasvini gave a vote of thanks. Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal, Lt. Dr. L. Vinaykumar, NCC Officer and Major Sri Govindappa, Subedar, 14th Karnataka Batallion, Mysuru, participated in the programme.

2020-03-03T07:48:25+00:00February 29th, 2020|

Study for the cause of society and self-satisfaction – Prof. G. Hemanthkumar

Mysuru, February 29, 2020: “None of the knowledge branches becomes perfect on its own. Its outcome will be good only when it establishes contact with other knowledge branches. In today’s world, there is a need for interdisciplinary studies, hence you should consider it for the need of the society and self-satisfaction,” opined Prof. G. Hemanthkumar, Vice-Chancellor, University of Mysore.

He presided over the four-day Frontier Lecture Series, under the UGC sponsored programme for Enrichment of Teachers under the CPE Scheme, held at the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru. “Lecturers should not take up studies keeping in mind only teaching or research. When you inculcate a habit of studying regularly you will come to know about new issues and other knowledge branches. It helps you to clearly understand your teaching aim and different ways of teaching.

In his valedictory address, Dr. L. Jawahar, Vice-Chancellor, JSS Science and Technological University said, “There are no boundaries for knowledge. You can gain knowledge from any source, and there is no limit to it. You should not limit your urge for studies to just one subject, instead, you should try to gain knowledge about different subjects. Doctors should also know about the economical conditions of our country. Knowledge means not just reading, it’s an experience. You should work with the society and understand the problems of the people. A genuine study or research should find a solution to the problems of the people. But unfortunately today the aim of education has lost its objective, it has failed in instilling human values. In this context, I wish to let your studies and research activities be based on serving society.”

Chief guest Dr. S. Srikantaiah, Director, College Development Committee, University of Mysore, in his address said, “Advancement of science has multiplied its capacity, and it is changing according to our ways of living. Science has also made our lives better. Today just classroom education is not enough. Social education has become a necessity. Such lecture programmes help us to think more about the society.

Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal, welcomed. Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by Kum. Spanadana. The programme was compeered by Dr. M. Poornima and Dr. R. Suhas gave a vote of thanks.

Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College, Dr. B.Y. Satishkumar, Convener were present.

Several resource persons from different universities delivered lectures on various subjects including physical sciences, biological sciences, social sciences, human science and commerce, and management, in the four-day lecture series. More than 500 lecturers took part.

2020-03-03T07:44:43+00:00February 29th, 2020|

Social disparity is still alive in our country – Prof. G.S. Suma

Kollegal, February 22, 2020: “Social disparity is still alive in India. There is a need for all of us to think about it and eliminate this disparity,” opined Prof. Suma, Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, Sri Shivakumara PU College, Belakawadi.

She delivered a special lecture on the topic “Indian Constitution and Social Justice,” organised by the Political Science Department, of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, on the occasion of ‘World Social Justice Day.’

“The objective of social justice will be fulfilled only when each and every facility that is constitutionally made available in this nation reaches every person equally. While in our country inequality exists on the basis of the caste system, in other countries it appears in the form of racial disparity. We should understand as citizens of this country we have the responsibility of establishing social justice and join hands in this regard,” she explained.

Earlier Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, inaugurated the lecture programme. In his address, he said that in the Indian constitution social justice has a prominent place.
“The makers of our constitution had given more prominence to social democracy than political democracy. The father of the Indian Constitution Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was of the view that political democracy will not have any ground without social democracy. It is possible to find social justice only when equality becomes our way of life. Though there are several definitions of social justice, equality is its main aim. As per the directions of the United Nations, every year February 20 is being observed as the ‘World Social Justice Day’, since 2009,” he explained.

Sri Prakash and Smt. Mamatha were present.

2020-02-24T12:53:32+00:00February 24th, 2020|

Oath taking ceremony of 16th batch nursing students of JSS Nursing College

Kollegal, February 24, 2020: The oath-taking ceremony of the 16th batch nursing students was held in the JSS Women’s College campus, Kollegal, on February 24, 2020.

Sri Nikitha M. Chinnaswamy, KAS, Asst. Commissioner, Kollegala, inaugurated the programme by lighting the lamp. Dr. Sri K.S. Ravindra, Pediatrician, Sri Manjunath M., Community Health Center, Kollegal, Smt. Saroja, Nursing Superintendent, General Hospital, Kollegala, Sri Vishakantamurthy D.G., Principal, Smt. T. Ranganayaki, Deputy Principal were the guests.

In the inaugural speech, Smt. Nikitha M. Chinnaswamy advised the students to inculcate honesty, truth, devotion, and trust in both personal and professional life and vow to serve the society. She appreciated the interest among girls in pursuing the nursing course.

Smt. Saroja administered the oath to the first-year nursing students.

On the occasion, the guests released the college annual magazine “Aarike”.

Dr. Sri K.S. Ravindra and Sri Manjunath M. urged the students to work for the upliftment of downtrodden people. Dr. K.S. Ravindra spoke about the services of the founder of JSS Institutions His Holiness Dr. Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji.

The function concluded with honoring the guests and a vote of thanks.

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Mahashivarathri celebrations observed with fervor in Suttur

Suttur, February 21, 2020: Special pooja programmes were held at Suttur Srikshetra on the occasion of Mahashivarathri, in the divine presence of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

Special poojas were held at the shrine of Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji, and Sri Mahadeshwara, Sri Someshwara, Sri Veerabhadreshwara, Sri Narayanaswamy temples.

While the students of the JSS Residential school, Suttur, presented devotional cultural programmes, Kum. Vismaya and Kum. Nisarga of Mysuru presented a devotional song recital programme. Smt. Arathi V. Balasubramanya, Head of the Vibhu Academy, Bengaluru, delivered a lecture on the topic ‘Shivatatwa’. In her lecture, she recited historical stories of Bedara Kannappa, Markandeya and others who proved that we can get the blessings of the almighty if we pray sincerely. “The results of our prayers should reach all. Yoga and sacrifices are the values of Indian culture,” she said.

Sri B. Shivakumarashastri, Shivakatha Chakravarthi presented ‘Shivapanchakshari Mahatme’, a Shivakatha recital.

Bhajan programmes were held continuously from 6.00 am on Friday to 6.00 am on Saturday, at the shrine and Srimath.

On the occasion, more than 80 children were given Shivadeekshe. Hundreds of devotees took part in the pooja programme and silver chariot procession.

2020-02-24T07:20:05+00:00February 24th, 2020|

Minister Jagadish Shettar visits Sri Sutturmath

Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji gave his blessings and felicitated Sri Jagadish Shettar, Minister for Large and Medium Industries, Govt. of Karnataka, and his wife Smt. Shilpa Shettar, during their visit to the Suttur Srimath recently.

2020-02-24T07:04:26+00:00February 24th, 2020|

Just graduation is not enough, you need skills – Prof. Umesh

Kollegal, February 19, 2020: “Today possessing just a degree is not enough. You need skills. Only a candidate who possesses skills will excel in work,” opined Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.

He addressed the students after inaugurating a lecture programme on the topic “Digital Library and it’s forms”, organised by the Library and Information Centre, of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.

“Today competitive exams have become like rat races. Though students appear to be very talented and meritorious while studying they find it very difficult to face competitive exams. Lack of skills is the main reason for this. To achieve success in competitive exams, you need accuracy, swiftness, discipline, and skills. You can achieve success through proper preparation and constant hard work. The library helps you in this regard. Hence, the students should make proper use of it,” he added.

Sri Srinivas, Librarian, JSS Women’s College, in his address explained that competition exists in every sector. “However intelligent you are without proper preparation it is very difficult to find success. There are lots of job opportunities in our country, but suitable candidates are not available. You should select your profession when you are studying itself. In case if you do not decide it during your studies or college days your student life itself will be a waste. The process of preparation is like flowing water. It always keeps changing. You can find solutions to a lot of your educational problems in a modern library set up,” he said.

Sri Mahesh P., Economics lecturer was present on the dais.

Prof. Umesn, Principal, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, addressing the students in a lecture programme on the topic “Digital Library and its Forms.” Sri Srinivas and Sri P. Mahesh are seen in the picture.

Sri Srinivas, Librarian, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, delivering a lecture on the topic “Library and it’s Forms”. Prof. Umesh, Principal, and Sri P. Mahesh are seen in the picture.

Students taking part in the lecture programme

2020-02-19T12:54:52+00:00February 19th, 2020|