August 2019

Demonetization is a very big step in curbing corruption – Dr. Prabhavati M C

Kollegal, August 21, 2019: “Demonetization is a very big step taken by the Government of India towards curbing corruption and for development of the country,” opined Dr. Prabhavati, Assistant Professor, Govt. Women’s College, Chamarajanagara.

She delivered a special lecture on the topic “Demonetization – Problems and Challenges”, organized by the Economics department, of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal.

“Demonetizing the highest denomination currency of our country is a part of the big effort initiated to eliminate several criminal activities including corruption, circulation of black money, fake currency, etc. However, it is a factor that has brought satisfaction and happiness for the people who pay taxes promptly. It also helps the country to achieve economic stability, and the government should take the right steps towards this,” she explained.

Prof. Umesh, Principal, in his address observed that though earlier the Govt. of India had decided to demonetize the highest currency notes twice, it was not very successful in making an impact on black money. The economic system can be purified if it is implemented systematically and a positive impact can be made on savings and investments. It also helps in instilling confidence among the investors, expect an increase in production capacity, improve banking transactions and strengthen the economy of the country.

Prof. B. Somanna, HoD, Economics Department was present on the dais.

2019-08-21T12:15:51+00:00August 21st, 2019|

Mysore Citizens Forum dispatches essential commodities to flood-hit areas

Mysuru, August 21, 2019: The Mysore Citizens Forum dispatched essential commodities for the flood victim families of Belagavi District, from the Sri Suttur Math premises in Mysuru, on August 21, 2019, in the divine presence of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji.

As per the request made by the District Administration and local people of Belagavi District, essential commodities like mats, bedspreads, T-shirts and dhotis for men, sarees, petticoats for women, daily use household items like plates, glasses, spoons, coconut oil, tea powder, toothpaste, toothbrush, washing powder, phenyl, washing soap, bath soap, etc., were dispatched.
Sri R. Guru, Sri P V Giri, Smt. Rashmi Koti, Sri S Shivakumaraswamy, Sri R Mahesh and members of the Manini Mahila Sangha of Vishveshwaranagara, Mysuru, were present.
Similarly, two truckloads of essential commodities were dispatched to Bagalkot and Gadag Districts on August 18, 2019, to be distributed to the victims.
As already decided, the Suttur Math will also donate a sum of Rs. 1 crore towards the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund very soon.

2019-08-21T12:16:10+00:00August 19th, 2019|

Spirit of Patriotism, Unity and National Consciousness need of the hour

Mysuru, August 15, 2019: The JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, B.N. Road, Mysuru, observed the 73rd Independence Day in the College campus on August 15, 2019.

Speaking on the occasion Dr. H.M. Rajashekar, Former Director, UGC – Human Resource Development Centre, Mysuru, called upon the students to imbibe qualities of patriotism and secularism in them. “Independence Day is a national festival and students should develop political consciousness. Unfortunately today the politics of populism is misleading the youth,” he said.

He briefed about the pre and post-independence situations of India and observed that there is much scope for a brighter India if everybody understands the Constitution of India in a better perspective. “ours is a transformative constitution,” he added and advised the gathering to understand the real meaning of democracy, republic and secularism. “India is capable of becoming a developed country if there is no inequality in society. Only equality and true secularism in the real sense can transform India into a superpower,” he said.

Prov. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College hoisted the National Flag in the presence of the guests, invitees, faculty and NCC cadets.

Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal, UG College welcomed the guests. Prof. S. Somashekar, Principal, PU College proposed a vote of thanks and Prof. P.M. Mahadevaswamy compered the programme.

2019-08-19T10:02:17+00:00August 15th, 2019|

Independence Day celebration at JSS School, Suttur

Suttur, August 15, 2019: The 73rd Independence Day was celebrated in Sutturu under the auspices of JSS Institutions.

Dr. N. Muttukumar, Chairman, Automotive Axles Ltd., Mysuru, hoisted the tricolour. He spoke about the sacrifices of several leaders for freedom of our country and said it was our duty to remember their sacrifices.

Dr. H. Basavanagodappa, Vice-Chancellor, JSS Higher Education and Research Institute, Mysuru, presided over the programme. He observed that the struggle for freedom and the leaders who struggled for our independence has proved the strength of the people of our country. He advised the students to utilize the opportunities that they have and become good citizens of the country.

Sri N.M. Shivakumar, of Triveni Hitech Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru, opined that the country will be strong if each and every citizen of the country is physically fit and hence he called upon the students to practice yoga and inculcate good habits.

Umadevi of Shambhavi Shantidhama, Bengaluru, and Smt. Prema Somasundar, Secretary, Sthree Samaja, expressed their view that the traditions and culture of our country will improve and continue when the students follow the ideals of their parents and seniors.

Heads of various departments of the JSS Institutions, Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Sri Sampath, Sri Veerabhadraiah, Sri K.V. Rao, Dr. M.C. Nataraj, Sri S. Shivaswamy, Sri G. Shivamallu, Smt. C.P. Nirmala, Sri B.M. Siddappa and Sri G.M. Shadakshari were present.

The NCC Air Force, Land Army, Scouts and Guides and Band teams presented an attractive parade and gave the guard of honour to the guests. It was followed by cultural programmes. The programme commenced with an invocation by the students. Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Coordinating Officer welcomed and Assistant Teacher Kum. H.M. Savitha gave a vote of thanks, Smt. S. Savitha compered.

2019-08-19T09:58:10+00:00August 15th, 2019|

Workshop on Paddy Production Technologies held at JSS KVK

Sutturu, August 7, 2019: The Institution of Agricultural Technologists, Mysuru Chapter, Mysuru, in association with the JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra, had organized a workshop on ‘Paddy Production Technologies’, at the ICAR JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra, in Sutturu, on August 7, 2019.

In his introductory address Dr. Arun Balamatti, Head, JSS KVK, Suttur, explained that the objective of organizing this workshop is to create awareness among the farmers’ about adopting short-term cultivation methods as there has been a delay in releasing water to the canals and increase crop production by using a different variety of crops.

Dr. M.A. Shankar, Director (Retd.) Research, GKVK, Bengaluru, inaugurated the workshop. In his address, he expressed his view that the farmers can get 70 quintals of yield in one acre of paddy field. But they are getting only 20-25 quintals due to different reasons. This workshop throws light on how to fill up this gap through technology. By gaining knowledge the farmers can get a good yield.

Sri Krishnamurthy, Vice President, Institution of Agriculture Technologists, Mysuru Chapter, Mysuru, presided over the program. “The number of agriculturists is declining. Nobody wants to stay in villages these days. Poet Sarvajna has explained the importance of farmers in his vachanas. The farmers should know their importance and be proud of their profession,” he said and advised the farmers to utilize the benefits of crop insurance.

In the technical session, Dr. M.A. Shankar spoke about integrated nutrition management in paddy. While Sri Shamraj, Scientist, Institution of Agriculture Technologists spoke about direct sowing of paddy, Sri S. Satish spoke on management of paddy diseases, Sri J.G. Rajanna spoke on soil health and Smt. H.V. Divya explained about the paddy seed production.

Many farmers from Suttur and surrounding villages took part in the workshop. Sri Srujan, student of agriculture gave an invocation. Sri Shamraj, Scientist, KVK gave a vote of thanks and Smt. Divya compered.

2019-08-08T07:42:37+00:00August 8th, 2019|

First prize in Divisional-level Vachana Recital Competition

Sri H.V. Sheshagirirao, Deputy Director, General Education Department, JSS Mahavidyapeetha distributed certificates to the students who won first prize in the divisional-level Vachana recital competition organized by the JSS High School, Sutturu. Sri H.S. Nagaraj, Dr. M.C. Nataraj, Sri G. Shivamallu, Smt. C.P. Nirmala and others are seen in the picture.

2019-08-07T10:24:37+00:00August 6th, 2019|

Suttur JSS Higher Primary School bags overall prize in hobli-level sports meet

Suttur, August 03, 2019: The Biligere Hobli-level Sports Meet was held in JSS School, Suttur. Fifty girls and fifty boys of the JSS Higher Primary School took part in various sports and helped the school in bagging overall prize.

Winners in Boys category:

Karthik Kumar Mehato (1st place in shot put & disc throw), Prajwal S. (1st place in 100 m and 200 m running), Bhuan N.M. (1st place in 400 m), Harshkumar Mehato (1st place in high jump) and Vinay T.S. and team (1st place in 4×100 m relay).

Winners in Girls category:

Kowsalya (1st place in 100 m long jump and 2nd in 200 m), Riba (1st place in shot put and high jump), Daivi (1st in 400 m), Ibamary (2nd in 600 m), Bidyapathi (2nd in disc throw), Kowsalya and team (1st place in 4×100 m Relay).

While Karthik Kumar Mehato and Prajwal S. won individual championship in Boys category, Kowsalya and Riba Pin Ullang won the individual championship prize in Girls category.

In group games, the Boys category won in Throwball (1st), KhoKho (1st), Kabaddi (1st), Volleball (2nd), and in Girls category the Throwball team won (1st), KhoKho (1st), Kabaddi (1st), and selected for Taluk-level sports meet.

Sri S.P. Udayashankar, Administrative Officer, Head of various departments of the school and Head Master have congratulated the students who won the overall prize and also the physical instructors who trained them.

2019-08-03T12:29:31+00:00August 3rd, 2019|

Shravanamaasa Discourses begin at Suttur

Suttur, August 2, 2019: The Raghavanka Virachita ‘Harishchandra Kavya’ discourse program that is held every year during Shravanamaasa, was inaugurated at the Jagadguru Sri Veerasimhasana Mahasamsthana Math.

Sri M. Mahanteshappa, Joint Director, Agriculture Department inaugurated the program and expressed his view that the Shravanamaasa is a season of progress. “But, due to the continuous attack on nature by man, nature appears to be angry. As a result, we are not witnessing rains even during this season,” he expressed his anguish.

Ni.Pra.Swa.Sri Appaji Swamiji of the Sri Basavajyothi Math, Dindagaadu, Periyapatna Taluk presided over the program. “The Shraavanamaasa is the beginning of the festival season. The Suttur Srimath has been providing spiritual knowledge to the devotees by conducting discourses every year throughout this auspicious season, which is appreciable” he observed.

Chief guest Sri H.M. Nagaraju, Joint Director, Horticulture Department, Mysuru, in his address said, “We shouldn’t postpone good works. If we keep postponing good works our entire lifespan will end. It is better to make firm decisions about anything instead of keeping thinking about the past or the future.”

Dr. C.G. Ushadevi, Professor (Retd.) gave a discourse on ‘Harischandra Kavya’. Prof. H. B. Devanna, Professor, JSS College, Smt. Shyla Siddaramappa, Mysuru Akashavani artiste and others were present on the occasion.

The JSS School students gave an invocation. Teachers Sri P. Rachappa welcomed, Sri P. Chetan gave a vote of thanks and Sri G.M. Shadakshari compered.

Bheemana Amavasya special pooja: Special poojas were offered to the shrine of Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Swamiji, and Sri Mahadeshwara, Sri Someshwara, Sri Veerabhadreshwara and Sri Nayarayanaswamy temples since morning.

2019-08-02T10:39:09+00:00August 2nd, 2019|