News Updates 2019

|News Updates 2019

Winner of Taluk-level Chess Tournament

Chess Champions: The students of JSS High School, Suttur, have won the Taluk-level Chess Tournament organized by the Department of Public Education, in Nanjangud, and gained eligibility to participate in the District-level Chess Tournament. The teachers of the school who trained them are seen in the picture, along with the Head Master and the winners of the tournament.

2019-07-22T04:47:16+00:00July 22nd, 2019|

Winners of Taal Sainik and NCC Annual Camp

The NCC Land Army cadets of the JSS High School, Sutturu, participated in the Taal Sainik and annual camp held by the University of Mysore and won overall prize. Sri Sampath, Sri Veerabhadraiah, Coordinating Officers, Sri G.S. Shivamallu, Head Master and Smt. C.P. Nirmala, NCC Officer, of the school are seen in the picture along with the cadets.

2019-07-20T04:35:18+00:00July 19th, 2019|

Suttur JSS School Students Association inaugurated

Suttur, July 13, 2019: “Along with free education, the JSS Residential School in Sutturu is teaching culture and traditions to its students, ” opined Dr. Panduranga, Deputy Director (Admin), Department of Public Instructions, Mysuru District.

Presiding over the inaugural function of the school Students Association he said, “all of you who are studying here are so lucky to be learning under the auspices of such a great institution, which has been contributing significantly to the nation. Educated people should learn to respect their parents, teachers, and elders. Irrespective of status and stature that we gain, we should never forget the school where we learned and the teachers who taught us. You should all become good citizens by getting qualitative education. If children develop an attitude of progressive thinking in younger days their lives will become bright. If you achieve what you like in your life and become good citizens, and who can contribute something to the society it will be the greatest gift that you will give to the institution,” he added.

In his address to the students after inaugurating the JSS Residential School Students Association, Sri C. Mallik, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Nanjangud Sub Division, advised the students to try to create a good future by developing good habits.

Chief Guest, Industrialist Sri H.M. Puttamadappa Vidye, of Honnahalli Village, in Chamarajanagar Taluk in his address, expressed his view that education is a wealth which nobody can steal and hence opined that educated people should become an asset to the country.

Sri Maalangi Suresh, Sri Somashekargowda, Coordinating Officer Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Heads of various departments of the JSS Residential School Sri Sampath, Sri Veerabhadraiah, Sri G. Shivamallu, Smt. C.P. Nirmala, Sri B.M. Siddappa, Sri G.M. Shadakshari, and others were present.

Earlier the program commenced with an invocation by the students. Sri Dayanandaswamy welcomed, Sri M. Paramesh gave a vote of thanks and Sri S. Chandramouleshwara compered.

Sri C. Mallik, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Nanjangud Sub Division, inaugurating the JSS Residential School Student Association at Suttur. Dr. Panduranga, Deputy Director (Admin), Department of Public Instructions, Sri H.M. Puttamadappa, Sri Maalangi Suresh and Heads of various Departments of the School are seen in the above picture.

Dr. Panduranga, Deputy Director, Department of Public Instructions, Mysuru District presiding over the inaugural function of the student association of the JSS Residential School, Suttur. Sri C. Mallik, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Najangud Sub Division, Sri H.M. Puttamadappa, Sri Maalangi Suresh and Heads of various Departments of the school are seen in the picture.

2019-07-17T05:16:35+00:00July 13th, 2019|

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|