Suttur, March 12, 2020: The Jagadguru Sri Veerasimhasana Mahasamsthana Math, Sutturu Srikshetra has organised various camps from April 11 to May 25, 2020, in Suttur. The camps will be held under the auspices of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji and presence of Pujya Sri Siddeshwara Mahaswamiji, Niraabhaari Charamurthi, Jnanayogaashrama, Vijayapura.
JSS College for Women, Saraswathipuram is all set to flare up for the intercollegiate competition as a part of Management and Commerce Fest. The event titled Äntar Agni” is organized by the JSS Department of Commerce on 27th and 28th of February.
With the blessings of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri. Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji, the event will be inaugurated by Prof. Shivappa, Registrar, University of Mysore and will be presided by Dr.C.G. Betsurmath, Executive Secretary, JSSMVP. Notable personalities from business and cinema fields will also attend the function. On the final day, Sri. K. Ullas Kamath, Joint Managing Director, Jyothy Laboratories Ltd. will address the valedictory and will be presided by Prof. R. Mugeshappa, Joint Director, Dept. of Collegiate Education, Mysore.
Jataveda (Best Manager), Vaisvanara (Human Resource), Rithambhara (Marketing), Hiranyareta (Treasure Hunt), Brhatbanu (Banking and Insurance), Kshitij (Group Dance) are the list of events organized as a part of the two day celebration.
Suttur, December 6, 2019: “In our country 73% of children are from rural areas. Despite providing free uniforms, midday meals and books, even today 53% of girl children are dropping out of schools before 9 years of age,” opined Smt. Divya, Seed Technology Scientist, ICAR JSS KVK.
She was speaking at the one-day training programme on ‘Importance of Agriculture in School Education,’ held at the ICAR JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra, in Suttur, for selected teachers of various schools in Nanjagud Taluk, on December 6, 2019.
“When we notice the situation what we understand is we have failed in making education interesting to children. In schools where there are more children who hail from farmers families, if we teach animal husbandry, sericulture and other agricultural related subjects we can attract the children. She informed that the youth can obtain degree in agriculture after PUC, Diploma after SSLC. The youth who are involved in agriculture by staying in villages after stopping their education half-way can obtain skill based trainings, she added. There are ample job opportunities for agriculture subject students in Agriculture Department, NGOs, Private Companies, Banks, Universities, etc. She also requested the teachers to provide suitable guidance to the children who are interested.
Smt. Netravathi Yettinamani, Home Scientist, JSS KVK spoke about starting a kitchen garden in school premises and its maintenance and organic terrace gardening. Sri Raju, Block Education Officer, Nanjangud called upon the teachers to reserve some space in schools where available and start kitchen garden. In case if there is no space plants can be grown in pots and make the school premises look attractive, he added.
Dr. M.C. Satish, Veterinarian, of KVK in his address explained about the vermicompost unit, goshale, agri clinic, food processing unit, pottery, nursery demonstration units. Sri J.G. Ramanna, Programme Assistant, JSS KVK explained about the various diseases, pests and nutrition in kitchen garden.
Eighteen teachers from various schools of Nanjangud Taluk took part in the training programme. They informed that they would take the students of their respective schools to the Suttur Agriculture Mela and KVK to teach them. They also assured that they would establish kitchen garden in their school premises and create awareness among the students about lessons related to agriculture.
A one-day training programme on ‘Importance of Agriculture in School Education’ was conducted at the ICAR JSS Krishi Vignan Kendra, Suttur, for the teachers of selected schools in Nanjangud Taluk, on December 6,2019. BEO Sri C.N.Raju, teachers and staff members of KVK are seen in the picture.
JSS Balajagath, Bachahalli Village, Gundlupet (Tq)
This school was established in the year 1964, to cater to the needs of the working women who had to juggle between work and child care. His Holiness Jagadguru Dr. Shivarathri Rajendra Swamiji, established this crèche to provide support to the working women. The school completed fifty years of its establishment in the year 2014.
The school offers Nursery programme for children in the age group of 2 ½ to 4 years.
Admission: Applications issued after 10th April every year.
The crèche has a well-equipped building. The rooms are spacious, well-ventilated, with adequate natural lighting. The school has a nice play area with all indoor and outdoor play materials such as slide, see-saw, swing, jungle jin, merry go round, etc. Basic facilities such as clean drinking water and toilets are available.
Children are made to learn through creative activities such as clay modeling, block building, stories, songs and group activities using a variety of materials.
The school observes all national festivals. Children are encouraged to participate in cultural activities.
Assistant Teachers: Loretta Correya & T. S. Latha.
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