‘All children are equal, nobody is weak or efficient’ – DDPI

Suttur, Nov. 14, 2017: “Childhood is very precious in everybody’s lives,” opined Smt. Manjula, DDPI.
Presiding over a programme held at the JSS Educational Institutions in Suttur, organized as part of the Children’s Day and Kannada Rajyotsava she said that it is not easy to look after children in such a way that they do not face any grief. These days, it is essential to understand the mindset and desires of growing children. Nobody is weak or efficient, all are equal. Identifying the talent in children is called education. Helping the children to shape their lives and develop self-dependency among them through curriculum and extra-curricular activities is the genuine aim of education. Only education can provide strength to the children. The government is spending crores of rupees for education. The JSS Institutions has provided all required facilities to the students studying here. Students who are studying here in such a wonderful atmosphere are very lucky and you should utilize the facilities properly to come up in your future and thereby fulfill the objective of the institution and intention of the Paramapujya Swamiji,” she added.

Chief guest, journalist Sri Amshi Prasanna Kumar expressed his view that the world will look beautiful if our souls are pure. Students should have an aim and a teacher. They should have an aim in their life and make efforts to achieve their goal through their teacher under his guidance.

“Stay away from hatred and jealousy. Education will always improve our knowledge. Apart from regular curriculum, you should inculcate a habit of reading other books during your free time. You should develop attitude of love, cooperation, peace, co-existence, self confidence, courage, strength of mind, patriotism, respect for others and positivity. Try to utilize modern technologies like mobile, internet, social media, etc., to improve your knowledge and develop discipline. You can improve your knowledge about current affairs by reading atleast two Kannada newspapers. Kannada is a wonderful language. Everyone should learn to read, write and speak in kannada. Newspapers provide you space to expose your writing skills. So try to utilize it,” he added.

Sri B.S. Aravind, Deputy General Manager, Amruth Constructions Pvt. Ltd., Bengaluru, distributed prizes to the winners of various competitions held as part of the children’s day. In his address to the students he said, “Education is evolving childhood in the right way. You are very lucky for having been in such a good school, which knows exactly what type of education should be given. You should use this opportunity and become good citizens of the country.”

Heads of various departments of the institution Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Sri Sampath, Sri Veerabhadraiah, Dr. M.C. Nataraj, Sri N. Nataraju, Sri G. Shivamallu, Sri B.M. Siddappa, Smt. C.P. Nirmala and Sri G.M. Shadakshari were present.

Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by the students. Smt. S.C. Yamuna welcomed. Sri B.J. Adarsh gave a vote of thanks and Smt. G. S. Jagadambika compered.

DDPI Smt. Manjula addressing the students and the gathering at the JSS Institutions in Suttur at a programme held as part of the Children’s Day and Kannada Rajyotsava. Journalist Sri Amshi Prasanna Kumar, Sri B.S. Aravind and Heads of various departments of the institution are seen.

Journalist Sri Amshi Prasanna Kumar speaking at the Children’s Day and Kannada Rajyotsava programme held at the JSS Institution in Suttur. Sri B.S. Aravind and Heads of various departments of the institution are seen.