Smt. Veena Bannanje delivering a lecture on the topic “Bharatiya Samskruti”, at the Rural Youth Camp held at Suttur Srikshetra.
Suttur, March 15, 2019: Special poojas including Rudrabhisheka, special alankara, Mahamangalarati was performed to the Jagadguru Sri Ghanalinga Shivayogi shrine (Gadduge), on dt: 12.03.2019, on the occasion of the Sri Thontada Siddalingeshwara Swamy Jatra Mahotsav, at the Kaggere Tapokshetra, in Kunigal Taluk of Tumakuru District.
The 11th pontiff of the Suttur Srimath Jagadguru Sri Ghanalinga Shivayogi had actively involved in the social development works of Yediyuru Sri Siddalingeshwara, and also has contributed immortal messages through his vachanas, to the religious and literary world.
The utsava idol of Sri Thontada Siddalingeshwara was kept at the Shrine (Gadduge). Srimath and JSS Institution officials, Sri Veerabhadrappa and family of Duggahatti, Sri Thontadarya Swamiji of Kaggere, Temple administrative board members, and lot of devotees from Kaggere and surrounding villages witnessed the special pooja programme.
The music teacher and students of the JSS School presented a vachana recital programme on this occasion. Prasada was distributed to all after the programme.
Kollegal, March 14, 2019: “The National Service Scheme (NSS) was established with an objective of creating service mindedness among the student fraternity, as it is not possible to teach this through curriculum. The NSS, which is a practical way of developing service attitude among the students, is a step towards their personality development,” opined Smt. Smita, Assistant Professor, Geography Department, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.
She inaugurated the ‘End Plastic Use Jatha,’ as part of the annual NSS camp, organized by the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, held at Kamagere in Hanur.
In her address to the students she opined that NSS is relevant to education, and it helps in developing all types of skills among the students, thereby improving their personality. She called upon the NSS trainees to utilize the opportunity.
Smt. Suma, Assistant Professor, Political Science Department, participated in the jatha. “NSS is the brainchild of Mahatma Gandhiji. It teaches good ideals to the youth. NSS should be made compulsory in all the schools and colleges and motivate the students to serve the society,” she added.
Prof. Basavaraju, Programme Officer, Prof. Guruprasad, Smt. Puttamma and others created awareness about the ill-effects of plastic use.
The NSS trainees took out a jatha in the village creating awareness among about the ill-effects of plastic and the need to stop using it.
Smt. Smita, Programme Officer Prof. Basavaraju, Prof. Guruprasad, Smt. Suma, Smt. Puttamma and trainees participating in the ‘End Plastic Use Jatha’.
Smt. Smitha, Programme Officer Basavaraju, Smt. Suma, Smt. Puttamma, Prof. Guruprasad and NSS activities are seen in the picture.
Kollegal, March 13, 2019: “In our country lakhs of students come out of college with a degree every year. But only those who have skills will have a good future,” opined Sri Imanuel, Skill Trainer, Mysuru.
He participated as the resource person at the “Skills and Employment Opportunities”, a workshop organized by the Commerce Club of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, under the auspices of the Employment and Information Center, Mysore University.
“Students should develop a habit of taking up competitive exams and participate in competitive programmes from now itself. When preparation is based on hard work you will definitely get success. You should also develop a positive mind of attitude along with hard work. You should make your initial failures as the steps of success,” he said, and explained the students about the importance of skills and learning.
Prof. Umesh, Principal of the College in his address said, “success is not anybody’s property. Any person who has a firm aim and work with commitment can achieve success. Initially you might fail, but you should not lose heart and keep trying till you achieve. Develop an attitude of achieving success by developing a positive mind. In countries like Japan and China students are provided skill based education and training according to their interests. Hence, those countries are ahead of us in terms of development. You should also try to understand that not only exams, but qualitative thinking and planning leads your life towards a better tomorrow.”
Prof. Mamatha, HOD, Business Management Department, Prof. R. Sowmya and others were present on the dais.
Kollegal, March 12, 2019: “The National Service Scheme (NSS) has the power of building the nation, inculcate patriotism, and creates a perfect personality among the students, like education,” opined S.D. Joseph, Founder, St. Margaret PU College.
He addressed the students after inaugurating the annual special camp held at Kamagere, in Hanur Taluk, organized by the NSS Unit of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.
“NSS was established by father of the nation Mahatma Gandhiji in the year 1969, and it is a national movement. Developing love and respect for the country, harmony, secularism, service mindedness, equality, social justice among the participants, and introducing them to the rural life are a few of the major objectives of this movement,” he explained.
Prof. Umesh, Principal of the College in his address said, “NSS which was present only in 37 Universities across the country, has now extended to 750 Universities, comprising a total number of 50 lakh volunteers, including 5 lakh in Karnataka. NSS has become a foundation for education. Organizing several qualitative, creative and awareness programmes through NSS has helped in developing human values among the student fraternity.”
Sri N. Nanjundaswamy, Principal, St. Margaret PU College, expressed his view that NSS means work. “You should not feel it is just cleaning or removing garbage. All the programmes conducted under NSS will help to change your attitude, and understand the lives of people living in rural areas,” he added.
Prof. Basavaraju, Programme Officer, Prof. Prakash, Assistant Programme Officer and Prof. Manjunath were present on dais.
The students of JSS Free Residential School, in Suttur, who completed their studies in the year 2010-11 had organized a ‘Guruvandana’ programme. They donated two ‘colour printers’ to the school. Heads of various departments of the school, teachers and the alumni are seen in the picture.
Seminar on ‘Role of Nuclear Science in Energy Production and Societal Applications’ at JSS College, Mysuru.
Mysuru, March 1, 2019: The Undergraduate and Postgraduate Department of Physics, JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, B.N. Road, Mysuru, has organized a two-day UGC sponsored, Sate-Level Seminar on the topic “Role of Nuclear Science in Energy Production and Societal Applications,” on March 1 – 2, 2019, as part of the ‘National Science Day’.
Prof. T.K. Umesh, University of Mysore, inaugurated the seminar today. In his keynote address, he spoke about the importance of Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics, Nuclear Reactors and Applications of Nuclear Radiations for the Society.
Sri Srikanthan M R, Chairman, INS, Mysuru Chapter, spoke on the Indian Nuclear Society and the popularisation of nuclear techniques and nuclear-based research facilities.
Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive, presided over the function and explained the importance of celebrating the ‘Science Day’. On the occasion, he also spoke about the achievements of Indian Nobel Laureate in Physics Sir C.V. Raman.
Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal of the College welcomed the guests and the gathering. Dr. L. Vinaykumar spoke about the objective of the seminar. Dr. Vijaya Manjunathaguru gave a vote of thanks and Dr. G. Shivakumaraswamy compered.
Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by Kum. Harishita and Kum. Rekha G. Teaching faculty of the college and students of the College in Mysuru and other JSS Colleges were present.
Kollegal, February 28, 2019: “The literate youth should try to become self-dependent and create jobs by considering taking up self-employment or start a own business instead of waiting for a job,” opined Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.
He inaugurated the ‘Entrepreneurship Training Camp’ organized by the Commerce Club in association with the JSS Rudseti, Chamarajanagara District Industrial Center, JSS Mahavidyapeetha and the State Bank of India, held at the JSS Women’s College, in Kollegal recently.
In his address to the students he opined that, “there is no dearth of jobs in our country. But there is lack of eligible graduates who fit for those jobs. Today the country’s policies are entrepreneur-friendly. The youth should utilize the benefits of such workshops, training camps and make efforts to start a own business. You can become entrepreneurs only when you obtain skill education along with graduation.”
M.N. Murulesh, Joint Director, District Industrial Center, Chamarajanagar, presided over the programme. He provided complete information with respect to obtaining loan facilities under the P.M.E.P. scheme, how to start a business/enterprise in rural or urban areas. He also explained that those interested can collect information relating to banking from the Department.
Sri Venkatesh Y.K., Assistant Director, Chamarajanagar District Industries Center, explained about the loan facilities provided by banks and financial institutions to establish business unit/industry, after completing training under the Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme. He also informed that while the people belonging to general category have to invest 10 per cent of the total project cost, it is 5 per cent for SC/ST’s, minorities, differently-abled and other backward castes. The government is also providing 25 per cent subsidy.
Smt. Susheela, Assistant Manager, K.S.F.C., Chamarajanagara, Sri Kishore, Center Manager, Sri Keshavamohan, Chief Manager, SBI Kollegal, B.M. Chandrashekar, Project Officer, Rudset Institute, K. Chandrashekar Director and Sri B. Chinnaswamy, Coordinator were present.
Sri Kishore M.K., Sri Venkatesh Y.K., Sri Rajkumar and Sri B. Chinnaswamy spoke about various subjects and provided all information to the trainees.
Mysuru, February 28, 2019: The students of the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, B.N. Road, Mysuru, have secured first place in the Mysore University Ball Badminton tournament 2018-19, and third place in Throwball tournament, held at the PES B.Ed College in Mandya.
Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive, Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal, Sri M. Karthik, Physical Education Director and teaching and non-teaching staff have congratulated the winners.
(Standing from left: Rahman, Nagadarsan, Raghu, Rothith, Sharath, Akshay, Dhanush, Rakshith, Vivek, Kirup, Mayur & Sinan.
Sitting on chair from left: thakur (Captain), Karthik (PED), Prof. B V Sambashivaiah (Chief Executive), Prof. M. Mahadevappa (Principal) & Prasanna (Captain) Sitting on ground from left: Nagaraju, Chethan, Shreyas, Vikram, Abhishek, Madhu).
Kollegal, February 23, 2019: “At present India’s economy is one of the fastest growing in the entire world, and it is good to know that there are all possibilities that it will continue in the coming years too,” opined Prof. R.M. Chintamani, Director (Retd.) JSS PG Centre.
He delivered a special lecture on the topic ‘Current Economic Situations,’ held at the JSS Women’s College in Kollegal, organized by the PG Department of the College.
“Speed of improvement of India’s economy in recent years has been mentioned even in the recent UN report titled ‘World Economic Situation and Prospects.’ Business activities have gained speed due to the introduction of several new systems like GST, simplification of tax, digitalization, online money transfer system, etc., and it has helped in several ways,” he said.
Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College, Kollegal presided over the programme. In his address, he opined that the present Prime Minister of the country has called upon the industrialists and entrepreneurs to give their optimum to maintain India’s ranking in the first 50 places among the best business-friendly countries in the world. “India has been successful in attracting a sum of more than Rs. 263 billion dollars of investment in the last four years, which is 45 percent more than the last two decades. India today has left behind China in terms of economic progress, which is a wonderful thing,” he added.
Prof. Archana M. and Prof. Mahesh were present on the dais.