January 2020

||January 2020

Winners of various competitions during jatra mahotsav

Heads of various departments and teachers of the JSS High School, Suttur, seen with the students of the school who won prizes in various Desi games held during the Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreehswara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s Jatra Mahotsav.

Heads of various departments and teachers of the JSS High School, Suttur, seen with the students who won the Educational Science Exhibition, held as part of the Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s Jatra Mahotsav.

Heads of various departments and teachers of the JSS High School, Suttur, seen with the prize winning students of the kite and rangoli competitions held as part of the Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s Jatra Mahotsav.

JSS High School, Suttur, won the Alternate Trophy for the 18th time

The JSS High School won the Alternate Trophy for the 18th time at the Cultural Mela held as part of the Jatra Mahotsav in Suttur. Sri Vachananda Swamiji handed over the trophy. Sri Sa.Ra. Mahesh, MLA, K.R. Nagar, former MLA Balraj, School In-charge Headmistress C.P. Nirmala, teachers and students who received the trophy are seen in the picture

2020-01-31T05:29:40+00:00January 31st, 2020|

Winners of various competitions held as part of the jatra mahotsav

Heads of various departments and teachers of the JSS Residential School, Suttur, seen with the students who won prizes in various cultural competitions, Desi games and Educational Science Exhibition, conducted as part of the Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s Jatra Mahotsav.

2020-01-29T09:40:05+00:00January 29th, 2020|

Republic Day celebration at JSS Educational Institution in Suttur

Suttur, January 26, 2020: The 71st Republic Day celebrations were held in a grand way at the JSS Educational Institution, in Suttur, in the divine presence of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji. He hoisted the National flag.

Dr. S. Shivarudraswamy, of the Gowdara Mudduveerappa Memorial Hospital, Kollegal, in his address to the students said that the draft copy of the constitution was prepared by the Constitution Draft Committee under the leadership of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was approved on November 26, 1949. The Indian constitution came into force on January 26, 1950, after several rounds of revisions and making several amendments. He also said that it would be appropriate to remember Allamaprabhu on this occasion who had undertaken several social services works through the Anubhava Mantapa in the 12th Century itself.

Sri Mahanta Swami of the Sri Gurumalleshwara Dasoha Mahasamsthana, Devanuru and Ni.Pra.Swa. Sri Channabasava Deshikendra Swami of the Salilaakhya Math, Bettadapura gave their blessings. Sri Vachananda Mahaswamiji of the Veerashaiva-Lingayath Panchamasali Peetha, Harishar graced the occasion.

Smt. B.C. Parimala Shyam, ZP member, Mysuru, presided over the programme. Smt. Gowramma Somashekar, Vice President, ZP, Mysuru, Sri N. Siddegowda, President, Mysuru District Milk Federation, Sri B.L. Patil, President, Athani Vimochana Sangha, Sri H.S. Somashekar, industrialist, Bengaluru, Sri J.R. Patil, social worker from Dhanwad in Maharashtra, Sri Shivakumar, Proprietor, Mahalakshmi Sweets and Sri P. Niranjan, Industrialist, Bengaluru, were present on the occasion.

Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by the school students. While Sri M. Rajashekaramurthy welcomed, Sri G. Prakash gave a vote of thanks and Sri Andaiah Shirurumath compered.

2020-01-28T12:11:30+00:00January 28th, 2020|

Netaji is an inspiration for youth – Prof. H.G. Natarajan

Kollegal, January 28, 2020: “Give me blood, I will give you independence,” these are the words of Bengal tiger, patriot, hero, gallant, freedom fighter, soldier Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. His courage, spirit is a huge inspiration for the youth,” opined Prof. H.G. Natarajan, HoD, Department of History, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.

He participated in a lecture programme on Lala Lajpathroy and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanthi and Concept of Independence in the Eyes of Netaji, held at the JSS Women’s College in Kollegal.

“Right from his childhood days, Netaji was greatly inspired by Swami Vivekananda and Maharshi Aravind’s literature. He would have opposed the division of the country if he was alive. It was his thought that India should be given unconditional and complete independence. In fact, he started the struggle for freedom even before Mahatma Gandhiji. It was his view that we should get independence through revolutionary struggle. He strongly believed that the non-violence concept of Mahatma Gandhiji wasn’t enough and hence he used to defend that physical struggle is required to get independence. His struggle is one of the main reasons for us to get independence,” he added.

“January 28, is the birthday of Lala Lajpathroy. He was known as the ‘Punjab Lion’. He jumped into the national movement through Arya Samaj. Inspired by Dayananda Saraswathi, he had his vision for the national movement and development of the country. While on the one hand he thought about agriculture and industrial development and on the other hand he had a different view of the national movement. Along with Balagangadhar Tilak, he created awareness among the people about Swadeshi movement and Swarajya. Inspired by Myujini Shivaji he fought for India’s independence in his way. He also established the Punjab National Bank, Lakshmi Insurance Company in India and the National College in Lahore. He was arrested for his newspaper articles in the year 1907. Later he was released after six months due to pressure and struggle by the public. He visited several countries including America and England and created vox populi about the freedom struggle. He opposed Mahatma Gandhi’s way of struggle and joined the Swarajya party. He also served as the president of the Hindu Mahasabha and AITUC. He laid down his life on November 17, 1928, due to physical assault by the British police officer,” he explained.

Prof. Umesh, Prof. Sampath, and others were present.

2020-01-28T12:02:13+00:00January 28th, 2020|

Voting is the voice of democracy – Sri D.S. Satish Kumar

Voting is the voice of democracy – Sri D.S. Satish Kumar

Kollegal, January 27, 2020: “The process of voting during elections that arrives once in five years is the voice of democracy,” opined Sri D.S. Satish Kumar, Lecturer, Assissi PU College, Kollegal.

He participated in a lecture programme on the topic “Role of Voting in Democratic system,” organised by the Election Literacy Club and Youth Red Cross unit of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal. The lecture programme was also organised as part of the National Voters Day.

“During elections, it is the duty and right of every voter to exercise their franchise carefully, it is mandatory. Our one vote is not just a vote, it has the capacity of deciding the future of our country. We have to vote without fail to keep in mind the welfare of the country, and without getting lured by anybody. All those who have completed the age of 18 years are eligible to vote. Every citizen of this country should be aware of the power of voting if democracy has to be successful. Everybody should vote including young voters, literates and conscious voters. Only then we can strengthen the democracy,” he said.

Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, in his address said, “Everybody should vote compulsorily. Those who remain away from voting are equal to the enemies of our country. It is because of such people, even after 72 years of becoming independent we are still in the process of creating awareness about the importance of voting. The country’s first ‘Election Commission Existence Day’ was introduced on January 25, 2011. From then onwards every year January 25 is being observed as the National Voters Day across the country.”

Earlier, lecturers and students took the oath of compulsory voting.

Prof. M. Basavaraju, Convener, NSS was present on the dais.

Sri D.S. Satish Kumar delivering a lecture on the topic “Role of voting in Democratic setup”. Prof. Umesh, Principal and Prof. M. Basavaraju are seen in the picture

Prof. Umesh, Principal, delivering the presidential address. Sri D.S. Satish Kumar and Prof. M. Basavaraju are seen in the picture.

Lecturers and students taking the oath.

2020-01-28T07:35:39+00:00January 28th, 2020|

“Constitution is the mother of the country” – Sri K.S. Prakash

Kollegal, January 26, 2020: “Constitution is the mother of our country. First, we have to understand our mother. The path of our life appears before us when we understand our mother. Hence, every citizen of this country should understand the constitution,” opined Sri K.S. Prakash, Assistant Professor of Political Science Department.

He participated as the chief guest at the 71st Republic Day programme held at the JSS Women’s College in Kollegal.

“The constitution of our country is the strong foundation of our democracy. Our constitution was enforced on January 26, 1950. Hence, the 26th of January every year is observed as the Republic Day. The credit of creating our constitution which is considered as the sacred book goes to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. Our constitution is most valuable as it is admired across the world. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar is known as the father of the Indian Constitution. Our constitution has provided each one of us to live with self-esteem. The real India came into existence only after our constitution came into force. We should all be proud of having the most sacred and respected constitution in the world,” he said.

Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, hoisted the National flag. In his address, he observed that in a Republic country one person cannot have supreme power. “Citizens are the kings. Development of all is the objective. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s constitution has provided independence and equality to all without any bias. Thus it has laid a strong foundation for Indian culture. It is the duty of all of us to protect and follow the objectives of our constitution. We also must remember and respect Dr. B.R. Ambedkar for this, he added.”

Smt. Ranganayaki, Vice Principal, JSS Nursing School, Prof. M. Basavaraju, NSS Programme Officer, Smt. Mahadevamma, Kannada lecturer, lecturers of the JSS PU College and students took part in the programme.

2020-01-28T07:05:50+00:00January 28th, 2020|

Winners of various competitions held as part of the Suttur Jatra Mahotsav

Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s Jatra Mahotsav – 2020

Winners of various competitions

Bhajan Team – Juniors category
Juniors Mahadeshwara Bhajan team – Kum. Amulya D.M., Doddahundi, Hirikaati Post, Gundlupet Taluk, Chamarajanagar District (1st place); Sri Basaveshwara Bhajan Team – Sri Kendagannappa, Mulluru, H.D. Kote Taluk, Mysuru District (2nd place), Makkala Bhajana Mandali – Kum. Somesh Basaiah Viraktamath, Mallamma Belavaadi, Bylahongala Taluk, Belagavi District (3rd Place); Trupti and Group – Kum. Trupti, C/o Vidwan K. Guruprasad, “Satyasheela”, #815, MIG, 2nd Phase, Kuvempunagar, Mysuru (4th place); Nandini Ranganath and team – Smt. Nandini P.S., Amurtha Vidyalayam, #114,7th Cross, Bogadi, Mysuru (5th place).

Urban Women’s Category
Sri Shantaveeraswamy Bhajana Tanda, Smt. B.N. Manjulamma, Sri Shantaveeraswamy Math (Behind tank), Chikkammanni Devaraj Urs Layout, Nituvalli (Saraswathinagar), Davanagere (1st place); Sri Basaveshwara Seva Samiti – Smt. Ratna Halappagowda, # 596, 4th Main Road, 9th Cross, E&F Block, Ramakrishnanagar, Mysuru (2nd place), Vaishnavi Mahila Mandali (Regd.), Smt. S.N. Poornima, #788/126, Ramanuja Road, 13th Cross, Mysuru (3rd place); Swaranjali Sangeetha Kendra – Smt. Swarna Nagaraj, # 111, MIG, 8th Cross, Mathrushri Nilaya, 1st Block, Ramakrishnanagara, Mysuru (4th place); Hamsdhwani Kalaniketana – Smt. K. Manjula,W/o Govindarao, #788, 1st Cross, Kamatageri, Mandi Mohalla, Mysuru (5th place).

Kerala Women’s Category
Sri Durga Parameshwari Bhajana Tanda (Men), Koruvelu, Kasaragod, Kerala (1st place), Raja Rajeshwari Mahila Bhajana Tanda – Smt. Shylaja, Koruvelu, Kasargod, Kerala (2nd place), Hanuma Bhakta Mahila Bhajana Tanda – Smt. Premalatha, W/o Gokuldas K., “Mitil Nilaya”, Krishnanagar, Arikaddi Kumble, Kasargod, Kerala.

Women (Rural) Bhajan Teams
Sri Channabasveshwara Bhajana Mandali, Jambagi K.D. Village, Mudhol Taluk, Bagalkot District (1st place), Sharane Neelambike Mahila Bhajana Sangha (2nd place); Akkamahadevi Bhajana Mandali, Mukkam village, Beelagi Taluk, Bagalkot District (3rd place); Sri Shivanandabharati Swami Bhajana Kala Sanga, Molakalmuru Taluk, Chitradurga District (4th place); Sri Shivayogeeshwara Bhajana Mandali, Jamkhandi Taluk, Bagalkot District (5th place); Sri Ranganathaswamy Bhajana Mandali, Beluru Taluk, Hassan District (6h place); Sri Shivananda Bharatiswamy Bhajana Mandali, Nagarakere village, Mandya District (7th place); Sri Sharada Sangeetha Shaala Kala Tanda, K.R. Nagar Taluk, Mysuru District (8th place);  Mahila Bhajana Tanda, Chiikkalagundi Village, Beelagi Taluk, Bagalkot District (9th place); Vittala Panduranga Sangha, Chikka Malligewaada Village, Dharwad District (10th place).

Ekataari (Mens) Teams
Sri Shivananjappa Tatpapada Kala Sangha, Mysuru, (1st place); Sri Jenukal Siddeshwara Yuvakara Sangha, Arasikere Taluk, Hassan District (2nd place); Sri Ranganatha Bhajana Mandali, Yalligutti Village, Beelagi Taluk, Bagalkot District (3rd place); Kaalikadevi Ekataari Tanda, Mallammana Belawadi, Bylahongala Taluk, Belagavi District (4th place); Sadguru Krishnanada Bhajana Mandali, Halebeedu Village, Pandavapura Taluk, Mandya District (5th place).

Ekataari (Women’s) Teams
Sri Jnananda Kala Balaga, Hosahalli Village, Mandya District (1st place); Smt. Lakshmamma, Keregodu Village, Mandya District (2nd place); Sri Sri Sharada Mahila Swasahaya Sangha, H.D. Kote Taluk, Mysuru District (3rd place); Bhagyamma Tanda, T. Narasipur Taluk, MysuruDistrict (4th place); Sri Revannasiddeshwara Bhajana Mandali, Halebeedu Village, Pandavapura Taluk, Mandya District (5th place).

JSS Primary School Division  – Final results of the Desi games

Games Girls Category Boys Category
Kuntobille Harini, Konanakunte, Bengaluru (1st place); Latha Nagarajakaati, Konanakunte, Bengaluru (2nd place), Sanjana Hullahalli.
Aligulimane Bhavanishankar, Konanakunte, Bengaluru (1st place); Maheshwari N., Santemarahalli (2nd place), Sindhu, Hullahalli (3rd place)
Chowkabaara Neha, Saragur (1st place), Varsha P., Dr. Radhakrisnannagar, Mysuru (2nd place), Sangeetha C., Saraswathipuram, Mysuru (3rd place). Sharath H., JSS Public School, Siddarthanagar, Mysuru (1st place), Ganesh, JSS Public School, Bage (2nd place), Vamshi K. Gowda, Suttur (3rd place).
Snakes and Ladder Soundarya S.R., Suttur (1st place), Janaki B., Saraswathipuram, Mysuru (2nd place), Vaishnavi V., Saraguru (3rd place).

 

Pramod M.G., JSS Public School, Siddarthanagar, Mysuru (1st place), Arunshetty R., Ramanuja Road, Mysuru (2nd place), Manaswigowda, Suttur (3rd place).
Goli Tarun G.M., Suttur (1st place), Sunil

 

Tarun G.M., Suttur (1st place), Sunilgowda S.M., Suttur (2nd place), Gowtham N., Ramapura (3rd place).
Buguri Madan H.S., Hullahalli (1st place), Somesh N., Kamagere village (2nd place), Tejas C., Saraswathipuram, Mysuru (3rd place).

JSS High School Division – Final Results of Desi games

Games Girls Category Boys Category
Anekallu Rathika K., Ramapura (1st place), Rakshita M.S., Manuganahalli (2nd place), Keerthana B.B., Suttur (3rd place).
Kuntobille Gaanavi, Kalkunike (1st place), Anushri S., Jayanagar, Bengaluru (2nd place), Anushri G., Ramanuja Road, Mysuru (3rd place).
Aliguli Mane Tanushree, Ajjipura (1st place), Bindushri, Doddakaadanuru (2nd place), Mounika P., Mudigunda (3rd place).
Navakankari Kanchana S., Hallikerehundi (1st place), Inchara D. Koushik, JSS Public School, Siddarthanagar, Mysuru (2nd place), Rakshita H.S., Hallikerehundi (3rd place). Puneeth H.M, Hallikerehundi (1st place), Chandan, Arakalwadi (2nd place), Vinod G.N., Hallikerehundi (3rd place).

 

Huli-Kuri Yamuna M.L., Veerarajipura (1st place), Sindhu, Hallikerehundi (2nd place), Bhoomika M.S., Konanakunte, Bengaluru (3rd place). Vasanthkumar, Hallikerehundi (1st place), Karthikumar B.N., Doddakadanuru (2nd place), Nischith B.S., Doddakadanuru (3rd place).
Chowka baara Sanjana, K.R. Nagar (1st place), Aishwarya, Maganuru (2nd place), Amrutha A.G., Manuganahalli (3rd place). Nootangowda M.L., JSS Public School, Siddarthanagar (1st place), Mahesh K.N., Hullahalli (2nd place), Kiran R., Mylasandra, Bengaluru (3rd place).
Snakes and Ladder Tanmayi B.K., JSS Public School, J.P. Nagar, Mysuru (1st place), Archana T.H. Nachanahallipalya, Mysuru (2nd place), Mahalaskhmi S., Mylasandra, Bengaluru (3rd place). Ningaraju K., Mudigunda (1st place), Mohan K.H., Doddakadanuru (2nd place), Paramesh S., Saraswathipuram, Mysuru (3rd place).
Chess Neha A.V., JSS Public School, J.P. Nagar, Mysuru (1st place), Samika R., JSS Public School, Siddarthanagar, Mysuru (2nd place), Nidhi A.V., JSS Public School, J.P. Nagar, Mysuru (3rd place). Pranav A., JSS Public School, Siddarthanagar (1st palce), Akash M.H., JSS Public School, Bage (2nd place), Mantesh M.N., Suttur (3rd place).
Tug of war in field JSS High School, Suttur (1st place), JSS Public School, J.P. Nagar, Mysuru (2nd place), JSS Girls High School, Chamarajanagar (3rd place). JSS Public School, Bage (1st place), JSS High School, Suttur (2nd place), JSS High School, Saraswathipuram, Mysuru (3rd place)
Kesarugadde Ota Vijaykumar N., Ajjipura (1st place), Harsha R. Gowda, JSS Public School, Bage (2nd place), Manojgowda, JSS Public School, Bage
Goli Mahendrakumar D.M., Suttur (1st place), Ravikumar M., Jayanagar, Bengaluru (2nd place), Madankumar C., Arakalawadi (3rd place).
Buguri Darshan M., Santhemaralli (1st place), Akashnayak B.K., Hadya (2nd place), Udaykumar, Vijayanagar, Mysuru (3rd place).

List of winners – Krishi Mela 2020 – Details of the prize winning stalls

 Central and State Govt. Stalls

Sl. No. Name of the stall Prize
01 Horticulture Department, Nanjangud First
02 Fisheries Department, Nanjangud Second
03 Horticulture University, Mysuru Third

 Agricultural Implements Stall Division

Sl. No. Name of the stall Prize
01 Exceed Crop Science Pvt. Ltd., Hubballi First
02 East-West Seeds India Pvt.Ltd., Mysuru Second
03 Welcome Crop Science Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru Third

Machinery Division

Sl. No. Name of the stall Prize
01 Spry Ergan Hebri, Udupi First
02 Sindhuja Tractors, Mysuru Second
03 SLN Agritech, Mysuru Third

Organic Division

Sl. No. Name of the stall Prize
01 Akshaya Bellad Mane, Mulluru, Kollegal Taluk First
02 Mahila Swasahaya Sangha, Hanumanahalli, K.R. Nagar Taluk Second

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ಮಳವಳ್ಳಿ ತಾ. ರಾಗಿಬೊಮ್ಮನಹಳ್ಳಿಯ ಆರ್.ಬಿ. ಮಂಜುನಾಥ್, ಮಳವಳ್ಳಿಯ ರಾಜುಗೌಡ, ನಂಜನಗೂಡು ತಾ. ಅಳಗಂಚಿಯ ಚಿಕ್ಕಲಿಂಗೇಗೌಡ

ಮಿಶ್ರತಳಿ ಹೋರಿಗಳು – ವಿಶೇಷ ಸಮಾಧಾನಕರ ಬಹುಮಾನ :-
ಮಳವಳ್ಳಿಯ ಬೋರೇಗೌಡ, ಮೈಸೂರು ಅಲ್ಲಾವುದ್ದೀನ್ ನಗರದ ಸೈಯದ್ ಮುನೀರ್, ಸುತ್ತೂರಿನ (ಜೋಡಿಗೂಳಿಗಳು) ರಘು, ಗುಂಡ್ಲುಪೇಟೆ ತಾ. ಪಡಗೂರಿನ ಪ್ರಮೀತ್‍ಕುಮಾರ್, ಮೈಸೂರು ತಾ. ಮೊಸಬಾಯನಹಳ್ಳಿಯ, ಕಳಸರಾಜು, ಮೈಸೂರು ತಾ. ಹಂಚ್ಯಾದ ಶಂಕರಪ್ಪ

2020-01-27T13:02:08+00:00January 27th, 2020|

Suttur Jatra Mahotsav – Education and Science Exhibition inaugurated

Suttur Srikshetra, January 21, 2020: The Education and Science Exhibition organised as part of the ongoing Paramapujya Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji’s jatra mahotsav at Suttur was inaugurated by former Chief Minister, Govt. of Karnataka and former Union Minister Sri M. Veerappa Moily, in the divine presence of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji. Sri Madhuswamy, Law and Parliamentary Affairs and Minor Irrigation Minister, Sri B.G. Puttaswamy, former Minister and Sri Vasu, former MLA were present.

Sri Madhuswamy visited the planetarium stall established by the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru, and expressed his appreciation.

Officials of the JSS Mahavidyapeetha also were present and they visited all the stalls and appreciated all the models exhibited in the stalls.

Conceptwise models

Sl. No. Concept Models
1 Waste Management and Plastic Free Environment 21
2 Physics, Renewable Energy Resources 37
3 Geosciences, Agriculture, Organic Farming and Biosciences, Chemistry and Biology 30
4 Arts and Culture, Future Transport and Communication 20
5 Mathematics models, educational games and sports 25
6 Languages and Human Science 36
7 Higher Primary School and B.Ed. 18
Total models 187

A total number of 187 different models have been exhibited with a participation of 374 students, under the guidance of 64 teachers.

The Agastya Foundation, Karnataka State Science and Technological Motivation Society, Bengaluru, Science Center of the University of Mysore, Pilikula Regional Science Centre, Mangaluru, Regional Science Centre, Dharwad and Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium, Bengaluru have also exhibited several models like they had done last year.

The exhibition witnessed huge crowds including pontiffs of several maths, political leaders, public and students, who visited and expressed their appreciation.

2020-01-22T06:57:09+00:00January 22nd, 2020|

Mysore Mayor Smt. Tasleema met Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji

Newly elected Mayor of the Mysore City Corporation Smt. Tasleema met Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji at the Srimath in Sutturu Srikshetra on January 20, 2020, Monday, and sought his blessings. MCC former corporator Sri K.V. Mallesh and Sri Rehmathulla accompanied her.

2020-01-21T06:31:54+00:00January 21st, 2020|