Selected for Divisional level: Megha Mahantesh, a 10th standard student of the JSS High School, Sutturu, participated in the District-level Yoga Competition organized by the Department of Public Instructions, in Mysuru, and has been selected to participate in the Divisional-level Competition. The Head Master and teachers of the school have congratulated her and have wished her best of luck.
JSS High School NCC Land Army Cadet Sgt. Anjum Dhonichanu has earned the ‘Best Cadet Award’ along with a cash prize, from the Mysuru NCC group. Com. Jagadish Nayar, 13th Karnataka Batallion Commanding Officer gave the award. School NCC First Officer C.P. Nirmala and NCC officers are also seen in the picture.
Heads of various departments of the JSS Residential School and the teachers who trained the students who won first place in Patriotic Songs Singing Competition, organized by the Nanjangud Scouts and Guides, are seen in the picture.
Mysuru, July 29, 2019: “If parents are like earth and water to the students, teachers are like air and light. Life should lighten up. Light is a symbol of awareness and knowledge. Life should become like a flower that emits fragrance from where it is. As Basavanna told, life is bowing down, not being proud, we should try to identify our own drawbacks and mend ourselves instead of attempting to mend others,” opined Shankar Devanuru, Chief Engineer, Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited.
He participated in the inaugural function of the Cultural Forum and Sports Activities 2019-20, held on July 27, Saturday, at the JSS PU College, B.N. Road, Mysuru. In his address to the students he said, “Knowledge is that which creates awareness. Cultural programmes increases our awareness levels. Our lives will become happier when we adopt various activities in our lives like art, music, sports, etc. A society absent of human values and culture will not progress.”
He called upon the students to stay away from mobile phones and advised them to not destroy their lives by developing bad habits and requested to give respect and bring honor to teachers and parents.
In his introductory speech, Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the JSS College Complex said, “Real education is that which helps the students to develop a good personality. Educational institutions should help the students to develop knowledge, creativity and talent. Along with curriculum, extra-curricular activities are also important for overall development of the students. The JSS College provides education facilities from PUC to PhD and students should utilize the opportunity and make good achievement and try to identify themselves at the international level.”
Chief guest Kum. M. R. Dhanusha, International Athlete in her address opined, “Educational institutions should encourage sports along with regular education, which helps for both physical and mental development of the students. Students should also develop interest towards sports without limiting themselves to studies.”
Smt. K. Jyothi, CEO, ZP, Mysuru, presided over the programme. “Your life should begin by moving towards success. Try to utilize the opportunities that come in your way sensibly. Develop a habit of trying and scale heights by facing all the challenges bravely. You will definitely achieve success when you receive both victory and failures equally and develop life skills along with studies,” she added.
A programme titled ‘Balevarinda Yelevarige Swaagata’ was held on this occasion, where 2nd PU students welcomed 1st PU students. Chetan, a 1st PU student enthralled all through is painting skills and also exhibited his talent.
- Nanjundaswamy, Kannada Lecturer and Cultural Committee Convener, T. Aravind, Physical Education Instructor and Sports Committee Convener were present on the dais.
Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by Kum. D. M. Maadalaambika, Computer Teacher. S. Somashekar, Principal, JSS PU College welcomed. Kum. R. Jeevitha, 2nd PU student compered and Kum. R. Anusha gave a vote of thanks.
- Nanjundaswamy, Kannada Lectrurer and Cultural Committee Convener, S. Somashekar, Principal, JSS PU College, Mysuru, Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive, College Complex, Smt. K. Jyothi, CEO, ZP, Mysuru, Shankar Devanuru, Chief Engineer, Karnataka Power Transmission Corporation Limited, T. Aravind, Convener, Sports Committee, G. Ramesh, Economics lecturer and D. Sowmya, Biology Lecturer are seen in the picture.
Mysuru, July 27, 2019: The Kargil Day was observed at the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, B. N. Road, Mysuru, on July 26, 2019.
Speaking on the occasion NCC Group Commander Col. P.T. Rajeev said, “The Kargil war proved the strength of our country at the International level. The world came to know about the bravery and capacity of Indian soldiers once again.”
Col. Jagraj Singh, 14th Karnataka Batallion NCC Commanding Officer expressed his view that the success of Kargil war includes the support and help of every citizen of the country. “The encouragement and support that the people of this country gave to our soldiers during that time inspired them to fight bravely and assure victory to our country.”
In his address, 14th Karnataka Lt. Col. Rosan Appanna opined, “The victory of Kargil war is an example that victory is sure when the people who love the country walk in the right path. If we follow the wrong way we will fail.”
In the introductory speech Lt. Dr. L. Vinaykumar said, “the Kargil war is a symbol of safety, self-esteem, and morale of our country. India won the Kargil war that lasted 60 days. This victory includes the sacrifices of our brave soldiers. The Kargil Day is a symbol of unity and we must remember the sacrifices of all the soldiers who laid down their lives for the country.”
Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, CEO of the College was present. Prof. M. Mahadevappa gave a vote of thanks. Cadet M. Nivedita gave an invocation. Lecturers and NCC cadets took part in the NCC Batallion program.
Mysuru, July 24, 2019: Pavan S K, a student of Final B.Sc. (BBM) of the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, B N Road, Mysuru, participated in the WAKO INDIA Senior National Kickboxing Championship 2019, held from July 18-21, 2019 and won Bronze Medal. He is selected to participate in the World Championship, scheduled to be held in Russia.
The College Management, teachers and staff have congratulated him for upholding the name of the college at the National Level.
Winners of the Taluk-level Yoga and Chess Competition of the JSS Higher Primary School, Suttur, organized by the Department of Public Instructions, Nanjangud. They will now represent the school in the District-level competitions. The Headmaster and teachers of the school have congratulated the winners.
Dr. S.S. Malini participating in a counseling session organized for the girl students of the JSS High School, Suttur, on various problems that the girls face during their adolescence.
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.