February 2019

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Literate youth should create jobs – Prof. Umesh

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.

2019-03-01T06:32:27+00:00February 28th, 2019|

First place in Ball Badminton tourney

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).

2019-03-01T06:13:16+00:00February 28th, 2019|

India’s economic progress has gained speed – Prof. R. M. Chintamani

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.

2019-02-26T04:55:38+00:00February 25th, 2019|

Blood group check-up and blood donation camp held at JSS College, Mysuru.

Mysuru, February 23, 2019: The JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science had organized a Blood Group Check-up and Blood Donation camp, in association with the Youth Red Cross and NCC units of the College.

Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College, Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal, Dr. Pallavi, Medical Officer, JSS Hospital, Prof. Sampath, Coordinating Officer, Dr. L. Vinaykumar, N. Santosh Kumar, NCC Officers, Dr. N. Maheshwari and Smt. J.S. Vidya, Assistant Professors were present.

2019-02-26T07:30:40+00:00February 23rd, 2019|

Pacifying is counseling – Sri D. G. Vishakantamurthy

Kollegal, February 23, 2019: “There will be hundreds of reasons for mental stress. People belonging to the middle-class section of the society are the majority among those who are facing pressure leading to depression. Pacifying them and bringing them out of depression is called as counseling,” opined Sri D.G. Vishakantamurthy, Principal, JSS Nursing School, Kollegal.

He delivered a special lecture on the topic “Counseling – A Nursing method”, organized by the Red Ribbon Club, held at the JSS Women’s College in Kollegal.

“In a developing country like India, there are hundreds of children who are facing different kinds of pressure. While a few manage it intelligently, few others feel depressed, and might go to the extent of committing suicide. Under such a condition, counseling provides them solace.

Prof. Umesh, Principal, JSS Women’s College presided over the programme. “In a time where the society is running behind pleasures each and every person will be facing one or the other kind of pressure in their lives. When they cannot overcome it, it causes mental and physical pressure. Counseling in the earlier stages can help them provide solace. Otherwise, there will be chances where they can become useless in their life, as the problem increases. Nobody should hesitate from seeking counseling, where you should share all your feelings openly. There is a need for creating awareness about this in society,” he said.

Prof. Suresh, Convener, Red Ribbon Society, Prof. Basavadatta Mahadevaprasad and Smt. Mamatha were present on the dais.

2019-02-25T05:02:58+00:00February 23rd, 2019|

National conference on Current Trends in Mathematics

Mysuru, February 21, 2019: “Contribution of Indians to the field of mathematics is immense. It was the Indians who contributed ‘Zero’ to the world. Though the credit of contributing ‘Zero’ to the world goes to the great Indian mathematician and astronomer Brahma Gupta of 5th CE, there are evidences about the usage of ‘Zero’ as a ‘dot’ in the Bhakshali Manuscript of 3rd CE. Allamaprabhu also has mentioned about the concept of ‘Zero’ in his vachanas as ‘Shunya,’ opined Prof. H.B. Walikar, former Vice-Chancellor, Karnatak University, Dharwad.

He inaugurated a two-day National Conference on the topic ‘Current Trends in Mathematics’ organized by the Department of Mathematics, JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru.

“Zero, as an incarnation of ‘Shunya’, is derived from the Indian philosophical background,” he explained.

Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the JSS College Complex welcomed the dignitaries and participants. He said that the objective of organizing the seminar was to promote scientific approach and awareness among the teachers, young researchers, and students about the recent advances in the studies on the current trends in mathematics.

Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by Kum. Madhura and Kum. Sadhana, Second-year M.Sc. (Mathematics) students. Prof. M. Mahadevappa, Principal, proposed a vote of thanks. Prof. S. Linganna, HoD, and Dr. N. Ravikumar, Organizing Secretary were present. Dr. Rajendraprasad compered the programme.

A total number of 200 members including the teachers and students participated in the conference.

2019-02-25T05:18:28+00:00February 22nd, 2019|

Training will improve our capacity, skills, and knowledge – Dr. C.G. Betsurmath

Suttur, February 21, 2019: “A person can improve his capacity, skills, and knowledge by availing training,” opined Dr. C.G. Betsurmath, Executive Secretary, JSS Mahavidyapeetha.

He presided over the inaugural function of the three-day training programme organized by the JSS Mahavidyapeetha, held at Suttur Srikshetra for the benefit of the second division clerks of the JSS Mahavidyapeetha.

“By attending training programmes we can come to know about the new policies of the government and the Institution. It helps us to overcome inferiority complex and increases professional satisfaction, thereby reducing mistakes while doing the job. This, in turn, will instill confidence and trust upon us among the employers and seniors,” he added.

Sri S.P. Udayashankar inaugurated the workshop. In his address, he said, “Today there is lack of service-mindedness among the employees. Your attitude plays an important role in the success or improvement of a company or institution for which you work. Along with hard work, punctuality and accountability are also required. Learning is a continuous process. You get opportunities to learn so many things from your seniors at your workplace. If you gain good experience you can become resource persons. Hence, try to hone your skills and knowledge,” he advised.

Sri Shankarappa explained about the workshop. He said that more than 19 subject experts will be sharing their experiences and knowledge in the three-day workshop. “According to the policy of the government and this Institution training is required for you to serve here. You can improve your working capabilities within the legal framework,” he said.

Sri M. Siriyappa, Sri K.R. Santanam, Sri H.S. Nagaraj and Sri K. Shivaiah were present.

Earlier, the programme commenced with an invocation by the students of JSS School, Sri Srinivas K. Iyengar welcomed, Sri Matamallikarjun gave a vote of thanks and Sri A.M. Shivaprakash compered.

2019-02-22T05:16:31+00:00February 21st, 2019|

JSS Residential School students pay tributes to Pulwama martyrs

Suttur, February 19, 2019: More than four thousand students of the JSS Residential School, Suttur, paid tributes to the CRPF jawans who laid down their lives for the cause of our country at Pulwama in Jammu recently.

The students sang patriotic songs before offering their tributes. Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, JSS Institution Coordinating officer spoke about the sacrifices of the martyred soldiers. The students raised slogans ‘Bharath Maata Ki Jai’, ‘Veer Yodh Amar Rahe’.

The students and the staff observed a minute’s silence by holding candles in their hands. Head of the institution, teaching and non-teaching staff was present.


JSS Residential School students pay tributes to Pulwama martyrs

2019-02-20T06:44:11+00:00February 19th, 2019|

Union Day held at JSS Residential School, Suttur

Suttur, February 18, 2019: “Along with regular classes the students should inculcate interest to participate in extra-curricular activities for their overall development. This way they should develop a competitive attitude and walk towards reaching their goals,” opined Sri Srinivas K. Iyengar, Director, JSS Public School Division of JSS Mahavidyapeetha.

He participated in the school Union Day programme held at the JSS Residential School, in Suttur.

Chief guest Dr. M. Sharada, Principal, Sri Nataraja Women’s Residential First Grade College expressed her view that only the marks scored by a person in his academics will not describe his/her personality. The students can have a bright future if they develop discipline and courage, and make honest efforts. She also advised the students not to spoil their lives for silly reasons.

Another chief guest Smt. Leela Shivakumar, Convener, Apna Desh, Clean Mysuru Foundation, advised the students to learn to respect their parents and teachers. “You can achieve success if you make honest efforts and work hard. You cannot get anything easy,” she said and requested all the students to keep the environment clean and inculcate a good character.

NRIs Smt. Bharati Reddy and Smt. Archana Reddy, distributed prizes to talented students. Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Coordinating officer, JSS Institution, Suttur, Sri Sampath, Sri Veerbhadraiah, Headmaster Sri G. Shivamallu, Smt. C.P. Nirmala, Sri B.M. Siddappa, Sri G.M. Shadakshari, and others were present on the occasion.

A one minute silence was observed in respect of the brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives in the Pulwama attacks recently.

While Kum. Megha presented the educational report of the High School division, Kum. Shrut P.H. presented the sports report. Kum. Annapurna presented the Higher Primary School Division educational report and Kum. Sangeetha presented the sports report. Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by the school students. Kum. Sumalatha welcomed, Kum. Yashoda A. gave a vote of thanks and Mallikarjun Desai compered.

Smt. Leela Shivakumar addressing the students at the School Annual Day, held at the JSS Residential School in Suttur. Sri Srinivas K. Iyengar, Dr. M. Sharada and Heads of various Departments of the school are seen in the above picture.

Dr. M. Sharada addressing the students. Sri Srinivas K. Iyengar, Smt. Leela Shivakumar and Heads of various Departments of the school are seen in the picture


2019-02-18T08:03:44+00:00February 18th, 2019|

Cleanliness and good health are two faces of the same coin – Prof. Umesh

Kollegal, February 18, 2019: The students of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, participated in a cleanliness drive as part of the ‘Swachch Bharath Abhiyan’. They cleaned the college campus.

Prof. Umesh, Principal of the college gave the start to the cleanliness drive, that was organized by the JSS Women’s College, National Services Scheme unit. In his address after the cleanliness drive, he said, “cleanliness and health are like two faces of the same coin, both are inter-dependent. Every citizen of the country should try to attain a healthy life in order to build a healthy society. We should always try to maintain cleanliness failing which will lead to unhygienic condition and spreading of diseases. Hence, we should all try to keep our surroundings also clean, not only our houses. We should also try to create awareness among our neighbours to maintain cleanliness.”

Prof. Basavaraju, NSS Programme Officer, Prof. Manjunath, Cleanliness Drive Committee convener was present.

Students of the JSS Women’s College, Kollegal, cleaning the college campus, as part of the cleanliness drive. Prof. Umesh and other teaching staff are seen in the picture.


2019-02-18T09:41:26+00:00February 18th, 2019|