JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru

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JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru

Clinical Training:

To implement the learned knowledge and to develop confidence in providing skilled care to patients, the students are posted to our parent hospital i.e., JSS Hospital. The hospital has around 1800 beds and has specialised in areas like  Cardiology, Neurology, Urology, OBG, Pediatrics, Medicine,  Surgery, etc., The hospital is equipped with  latest equipment and gadgets.

Contact Us

JSS School of Nursing
M.G.Road, Mysuru-570004
Karnataka

Telephone: 0821-2548235
Mobile: 9686677223
Email: sonmysore@jssonline.org

Introduction to JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru:

JSS School of Nursing was established in 1988, in the JSS Hospital premises. The school is recognized by the Karnataka State Nursing Council, Bengaluru and the Indian Nursing Council New Delhi. It is affiliated to Karnataka State Diploma in Nursing Examination Board, Bengaluru. It has state-of-the-art equipment to train students. Admission is open for both Indians and Foreigners.

Vision:

  • To be recognized as one of the premier centre for nursing education.
  • To produce the next generation of nursing leaders empowered to focus on rapidly changing health care environment.

Mission:

  • To provide innovative, caring and learning environment.
  • To acquire expertise in nursing the patients also get first-hand experience by assisting the treating clinicians.
  • To demonstrate ability in self-awareness, self-evaluation in personal and professional life.

Year of establishment: 1988

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Achievements of JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru:

Success of students reflects the quality of education. Our students have secured 1st Rank, 2nd Rank and 3rd Rank in III year K.S.D.N.E.B. examination during August 2017 and 1stRank and 3rd Rank in III year K.S.D.N.E.B. examination during August 2018 at District level and were awarded with cash prize and memento.

Our School has won the overall championship at the cultural competition held at Suttur for four consecutive years from 2017 to 2020.

Course offered: Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (Diploma in GNM)

Duration: 3 Years

Intake: 100 per annum

  • Management seats : 90
  • Government seats :  10

Eligibility for admission:

  • Pass in Second P.U.C. or 10+2 examination with minimum 40 per cent aggregate marks in Science/Arts/Commerce.
  • Must have studied English as a core subject.
  • Candidates from State Open School recognized from state Government and National Institute of Open School recognized by central government are also eligible.
  • Candidates must be medically fit.
  • Age: 17-35 Years.
  • Applications will be issued in the month of April or May every year and can be obtained from the office by paying Rs. 200/-  in person or Demand Draft of Rs.300/-   in favour of the Principal, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru to send by post.

Facilities:

Infrastructure: 

  • Well-ventilated, spacious  classrooms equipped with LCD projectors and  screen.

  • Well-experienced, qualified, dedicated teaching staff.
  • Mentorship programme: Certain personal and psychological problems will be attended by mentors through counseling and guidance.
  • State of the art class rooms and laboratories.
  • The campus is under the surveillance of CCTV.
  • Well-stocked library with books.

Health facilities:

  • Health insurance is provided to students subject to membership.
  • The O.P. and I.P. services can be availed under this scheme except the drugs, consumables and special investigations.
  • Accident insurance scheme is mandatory for all students by paying prescribed annual premium.

  • English coaching class is conducted for students to improve their English speaking ability and personality development.
  • Basic Life Support class with Certificate is provided for all out going students.
  • Students are trained to conduct health surveys and camps at the community.
  • Career opportunities: can pursue higher studies like Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing, Post basic Diploma or certificate courses etc.
  • Placement opportunities – After training  they have global opportunities to work in reputed hospitals.

Hostel :

  • Well-maintained, furnished good hostel for females (a home away from home) with round the clock supervision by a lady warden.
  • Students who stay in the hostel have to follow disciplines of hostel.
  • A written permission has to be obtained from the Principal before staying out or going to out stations.
  • No valuables are permitted to keep in the rooms. In case of loss, the hostel or school authorities or management are not responsible.


Report of Webinar on Covid 19 and Pregnancy

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru, organized virtual webinar on 25.6.2021 based on the topic “Covid – 19 and Pregnancy”. Dr.Prathap.T, Associate professor Department of OBG, JSS hospital, Mysuru, was the guest speaker for the webinar.
Sir started his speech by emphasizing the importance and care of pregnant women during covid – 19 pandemic. Specifically explained on the categorization of patientcare during prenatal, Intra-natal and Post-partum period , standard investigations and precautions to conduct delivery of covid positive pregnant woman. Further clarification was given to vaccination to the pregnant women as per the advise by legal protocol. Breastfeeding given to the newborn is safe, we the health care professional have to educate the mother at the time of discharge. Advise to be given to the mother about Breastfeeding, nutritious diet and drugs etc. Later on interactive session was held and clarification was given to the questions asked by Staff and students.


Report of 7th International Yoga Day – 2021

On occasion of 7th International Yoga Day 2021, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru, had organized an virtual webinar on 21-6-2021, based on the theme of yoga day “YOGA FOR WELLBEING”.
The guest speaker for the webinar was Mrs Ramya M R, Yoga Instructor and Director of Physical Education, BGS Degree College, Mysuru. By briefing the history and significance of yoga day, she explained step by step development of yoga practices worldwide. Then she briefly explained the benefits of yoga like mental and Physical Health anddevelopment of immunity. Yoga is a source of exercise and it activates joints. Routine practice of yoga is a way to interconnect the mind, body and soul to step closer into enlightment. She also said the guidelines to be followed before and after yoga and those who are suffering from any illness they have to get consultation before practicing yoga. At the end she taught pranayama and methods of meditation.
Followed by guest speech, Principal Smt D N RenukaDevi stressed the importance of practicing yoga during this covid pandemic. By implementing yoga in our day to day life we develop immunity and it enhances Physical and mental health. She also said there is no age limit to practice yoga and students self-confidence, concentration, attention will be improved and they can remain free from stress by practicing yoga.


Report on Webinar “Publishing Scientific papers: Process, Tips and Tricks”

A Virtual webinar was organized by JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru on 15.6.2021 on “Publishing Scientific papers: Process, Tips and Tricks”
This webinar was planned with an objective to foster the skills, knowledge and to refine the writing skills of the teachers. The guest speaker for the webinar was an eminent teacher Mrs. Anitha Victoria Noronha, Assistant Professor, JSS College of Nursing, Mysuru.
In this session the speaker mainly focused on publishing papers in various journals and conference, qualities of a good journal, process of publication, writing skills, expectation of an editor and format for the presentation of the paper. She also emphasized on vocabulary, reference styles, tips and tricks for publishing paper and motivated the teachers to enroll for swayam learning online programme.


Report of World Environmental Day – 2021

On account of World Environmental Day,JSS School of Nursing,Mysuru had organised an webinar on 05/06/2021 based on the theme of environmental day “Ecosystem Restoration” along with announcement of the winners those who had participated in various competitions organised on account of environmental day.
The programme was started with the invocation song followed by a speech on the theme “Ecosystem Restoration “ by Principal Smt D N Renukadevi. She highlighted the history and importance of celebrating environment day and also stressed the preservation of natural resources and to safeguard our environmentby adopting three R’s like reduce waste, reuse recourses and recycle. By following these three R’s we can join our hands to restore ecosystem.
A Video was played related to environmental day activities and competitions like sapling a plants, photography and poster making. Principal announced the list of winners and congratulated.


Report of World No Tobacco Day – 2021

On occasion of World No Tobacco Day -2021, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru had organized an virtual webinar on 31.5.2021 based on the theme of no tobacco day – “Commit to quit “.
The guest speaker for the webinar was Dr. B. S. Jayaraj, Professor & HOD, Pulmonology Department, JSS Hospital, Mysuru. Sir in his speech highlighted the harmful health problems that is caused by using tobacco. According to estimation of world health organization approximately 40% of people are dying because of smoking and for every 40 second oneperson is dying due to tobacco usage. He also explained the complications arising from tobacco usage like cancer of lungs, gums, oropharynx etc. Around six lakhs passive smokers are dying worldwide. Publics has to be educated regarding health issues occurring because of smoking and effects on beloved ones also. By explaining the different measures that can be used to quit smoking the concluded his speech.


Webinar Report on Corona at Present Scenario

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru had organized virtual webinar on 28.5.2021 on the topic “ Corona at Present Scenario” and Principal SmtRenukadevi D.N. published an article in Andolana paper on courage and self confidence are the best medicine to overcome covid-19.
The guest speaker for the webinar was Dr. Shamsundar N. M. SeniorProfessor Department of Anatomy, JSS Medical College, Mysuru. By briefing the history of corona, he said that viruses are like software in CD / Pendrive . So they need a system to operate (reproduce) a living cell. Once it enters our body it will multiply causing disease. Then he explained regarding its symptoms, diagnostic studies, how to collect samples and treatment modalities. He highlighted the importance of getting vaccinated and spoke aboutimproving oxygen saturation in body.


Report of International Nurses Day – 2021

On occasion of International Nurses Day – 2021, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru had organized an virtual webinar on 13.05.2021 based on the theme of Nurses day “ Nurses : A voice to lead – A Vision for future healthcare” and Principal Smt. D. N. Renukadevi had published an article on “Importance of International Nurses Day and services of nurses are invaluable” in Andolana news paper.
The webinar started with welcome speech followed by guest lecture. Mrs. Kathyayini N.B.,Professor HOD, Nursing foundation, Kempegowda College of Nursing Bengaluru, was the guest speaker of the webinar. She highlightened about the theme of nurses day, stressed the important aspects like appreciation of nurses for their dedicative and sacrificing work in this pandemic time, secondly to prevent the scarcity of nurses the final year students can be given opportunity to work at the bedside and finally to concentrate on quality education to students nurses in this pandemic. We the nurses, when we stand unitedly under one umbrella, we can get one step closer to all the access we deserve for the service of mankind. She concluded her lecture by appreciating all the frontline workers who are involved in the care of COVID patients.
Followed by guest speaker, Principal Smt. D.N. Renukadevi appreciated all the nurses who are tirelessly working in this pandemic time. She also focused on the efforts to amplify the voices of all the nurses and health care professionals and give them a platform to discuss all their issues and in order to provide quality care to patients.


Report of World Tuberculosis Day-2021

On account of World Tuberculosis Day, on 3/4/2021 an guest lecture was organised at JSS School Of Nursing, Mysuru on the topic ‘’ Updates of Tuberculosis.
Dr JayarajB. S.Professor and Head ,Department of Respiratory Medicine,JSS Medical College,JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research,Mysuru,was the speaker for unfolding the topic.In his talk he briefly explained the history of tuberculosis, inventor of virus,tradional treatment modalities used to treat tuberculosis patients. He also explained the newer treatment modalities and technologies that have been improved in the treatment of tuberculosis. He also highlighted “ NIKSHAY POSHAN YOJANA “ a government scheme in India that provides 500 rupees per month for TB patients to buy food. We the health care providers have to join hands together to identify the cases, referring them to appropriate PHC or Hospital and outreach the facilities provided by government to the publics.


Report on Post prophylaxisexposure

On account of student awareness programme JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru had organized a lecture session on ‘POST EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS’ for the first year students at Sri.Rajendra Bhavana on 26/2/2021.
The lecture session was delivered by Dr.VinuthaRangappa,Asst professor,Department of dermatology, JSS Medical college,Mysuru. She explained regarding mode of transmission of opportunistic infection,importance of PEP ,Exposure risks ,first aid management for needle stick injury, risk assessment,components of PEP, crisis management and follow up also she discussed about institutional responsibilities during needle stick injuries.she guided students to follow universal precautions to prevent infectious diseases .Principal Smt .Renukadevi D. N., I year co –coordinator Smt.ManasaM. were present in the programme.


Report of Pulse Polio Programme – 2021

National pulse polio programme was held from 31.1.2021 to 03.02.2021 in which 79 III year students of JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru were participated.
As per the order of commissioner of Mysuru city corporation, 45 students were posted to Primary Health Center, Indiranagar and 34 students to Primary Health Center, Chamundipuram.
In the programme, our students took active participation by vaccinating children aged 0-5 years against polio and conducted survey of children (0-5 years) who had not received vaccination and vaccinated them too. With their participation they made the programme successful.


Conducted virtual parents meeting

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Conducted virtual cultural eventsfor students

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REPORT ON 72nd REPUBLIC DAY 2021

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru in collaboration with JSS College of Nursing, Speech and Hearing and College of Physiotherapy organized 72nd Republic day on 26.1.2021 at JSS campus.

The chief guest of the programme, Sri R. Mahesh, Director JSS Health and Science Institutions hoisted the flag and addressed the gathering. In his speech remembered the freedom fighters and said that their sacrifice are today’s strength, power, rights, because of which we are celebrating Republic day so we have to work for prosperity and development of our nation.

Students of all four institutions performed dance and sang patriotic songs. Dr. N.P. Nataraja, Director of Speech and Hearing presided over the function, all the heads of the institutions, staff and students representatives were present in the programme.

Ms Pallavi . Asst.Professor of JSS Speech and Hearing welcomed the gathering, Mrs .Manjula K. V. Nursing tutor JSS School of Nursing, proposed the vote of thanks. The programme was anchored by Mr.Sunil Asst Lecturer JSS College of Nursing, Mysuru.


Report on Lecture Session Balancing Life at Nursing School

On account of the student development programme, JSS School ofNursing,Mysuru had organised a lecture session on “Balancing life at Nursing School” for the first-year students at Rajendra Bhavana on 21.01.20201.

The lecture and interaction was sessioned by Dr.Kishor M, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, JSS Medical College and Hospital, Mysuru.

Principal Smt.Renukadevi D N, Ist year Co-ordinator Smt. Neetha Dalvi S and Co-Co-ordinator Smt.Manasa M were present in the programme.

3. Report of lecture session on NABH

A lecture session was organized by JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru on 22.12.2020 at 2.00pm. regarding NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Health Care Providers) at Sri. Rajendra Bavana.

The topic was presented by Ms. Shilpashree C R, Quality Co-Ordinator, JSS Hospital, Mysuru. She briefly explained the myths of quality, challenges that quality poses to health system, perspectives of quality, principles of improving quality, accreditation, NABH 5th edition and role of quality in nursing services.

The session was very lively, effective and all students were benefited. The members present in the session were principal Smt. D N Renukadevi, Dr Amar, Mrs Simi Thomas and Mrs Sukanya V and III year students of JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru. The session was concluded at 3.30 pm.

1. International Yoga Day

International yoga day was observed on 21.06.2020. While social distance measures are adopted to fight the COVID – 19 pandemic,principal Smt. D. N. Renukadevi, teaching, nonteaching staffs and students performed yoga at their home terrace and open space along with their family members Principal spoke about the benefits of yoga and sent a key message through a video mentioning that yoga improves immunity and Pranayama helps in combating many respiratory diseases.


2. Report on Mask Day – 2019-20

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru has observed “Mask Day’’ on 18.06.2020. Aiming to spread the awareness among public and emphasizing the importance of wearing mask amid COVID – 19 pandemic, Chief Minister of Karnataka Sri. B. S. Yadiyurappa announced to celebrate Mask day.

Hence in our School principal Smt. D. N. Renukadevi, teaching and nonteaching staffs compulsorily wore mask and marked the day. Principal explained about different types of masks and said that the role of mask is very crucial in protecting us, and others. As well as using sanitizers, washing hands with soap, and maintaining social distancing are all equally important in controlling the spread of COVID – 19.


3. World Environmental Day

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru has observed “World Environmental Day’’ on 05.06.2020 with the theme “Biodiversity – a concern that is both urgent and existential.

Global warming decreased rainfall, inflation in pollution, industrialization, urbanization and water pollution are posing a direct threat to environment which in turn lead to a negative impact.
Hence it is a fundamental duty of a mankind to protect our environment, at least with small deeds like sapling.

In lite of the above our School principal Smt. D. N. Renukadevi, teaching, nonteaching staffs and students marked ‘selfie with sapling’ campaign by planting at least one tree sapling at their compound, lawns, garden or farms.


4. School day and Oath taking ceremony – 2020

School day and oath-taking ceremony of the students of 32nd batch was organised on 11.01.2020 at 11.00 am at Shri. Rajendra Centenary Auditorium of JSS Hospital. The program was inaugurated by our chief guest, Dr S K. Sadananda, Medical Superintendent of Shri. Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Science and Research, Mysuru. While addressing the students, he congratulated the budding nursing students for having chosen this profession. He opined that a nurse who takes care of the patients with a smile would give positive hope in their recovery. Smt. Usha Bhandari, Director of Karnataka State Nursing Council, Bengaluru, who was also our chief guest, advised the students to remember Florence Nightingale’s service and walk on that path. Special invitee, Smt. Janet Mathias, Chief of Nursing Services, JSS Hospital congratulated the 32 nd batch budding nursing students. She said that nursing service is not just confined to hospital but also has a lot of extending and expanding opportunity which we have to grab and explore. Shri. R Mahesh, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, who was the president of the program, expressed that JSS Institutes aimed at delivering high-quality education and assured the parents that, their children would become competent nurses. He also explained the present scope of nursing and advised the students to be active and skilful.


5. 71st Republic Day Report 2020

JSS school of nursing, Mysuru in collaboration with JSS college of Speech and Hearing, Mysuru and JSS College of physiotherapy, Mysuru organized 71st republic day on 26.1.2020 at 8:30 am in JSS campus. The flag was hoisted by the chief guest of the programme, Group Captain Ajay Jadeja. Patriotic songs and dance programs followed flag hoisting. The students of all the four institutions had taken part in the programme. The chief guest of the programme while addressing the students gave guidance on professional ethics, discipline, and honesty. He also suggested the students inculcate lots of enthusiasm in their life so that they can build a better nation.


6. Report on World Cancer Day 2020

On account of World cancer day 2020, Bharath cancer hospital in collaboration with JSS school of nursing, Mysuru had organized a rally on 4.02.2020. Mr.Thaslim, Mayor, Mysuru inaugurated the rally. Other dignitaries present were, Dr. Vishweshwara M S, Superintendent, Bharath cancer hospital, Mysuru, Dr. Bharathi, ENT Surgeon, JSS Hospital, Mysuru, Dr. Madhavi Y S, Bharath cancer hospital. The rally started from exhibition ground, via Kote Anjanayaswamy temple and culminated in exhibition ground.


7. Report on Student Development Programme Post Exposure Prophylaxis

On account of the student development programme, PEP (Post-exposure prophylaxis) class was organized on 07/02/2020 at 3.00 pm for the first-year students to create awareness for students regarding safety precautions, needle stick injury and prevention of infections. Dr.Pratheeksha.S., senior resident, dermatology department, JSS Hospital had delivered the lecture on PEP for 89 students of the first year.


8. Suttur Jaathra Mahotsava – 2020

On account of Adijagadguru Shri Shivarathrishwara Shivayogi’s jaathra mahothsava 2020, Suttur jaathra expo was organized from 21.01.2020 – 26.01.2020. JSS School of Nursing in collaboration with JSS College of Nursing and other JSS Schools of Nursing participated in the Expo. Ex-chief minister Sri Veerappa Moily inaugurated the event in the gracious presence of His Holiness Sri. Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji and Sri. Madhuswamy J C, Law minister, Karnataka. The group of Nursing institutes bagged 2nd prize for their excellent exhibits.


9. Suttur Jaathra Cultural Competition Report 2020

On account of Adijagadguru Shri Shivarathrishwara Shivayogi’s jaathra mahothsava, 2020 Cultural competitions were organized on 22.1.2020 at Suttur. The competitions were held between JSS Schools of Nursing which included Mysuru, Kollegal and Chamarajnagar Nursing schools. Also, other JSS institutions like PU colleges, ITI and polytechnic institutions took part in the event. The students of our institution won first prize in group folk song (by Ms. Thulasamma and group), and second prize in vachanadaaritha nruthya (by Ms. Roja K K), Second prize in classical dance (by Mr.Darshan and team). By demonstrating outstanding performance, our students grabbed the award of the overall championship for the 4th consecutive year.


10. Report on Florence Nightingale’s 200 th Birthday Celebration- Candle March

Mysuru District Nursing Teachers and Nurses Association, Karnataka State Government Nurses Association (District unit) and Trained Nurses Association of India jointly celebrated World Nurses Day. The event was organized in front of Kote Anjaneyaswamy temple at the North gate of Mysuru Palace. The nurses celebrated the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, the Pioneer of modern nursing in the honour of her yeoman service. Later, students of JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru along with hundreds of others from different nursing schools and colleges took out a candlelight procession from Kote Anjaneyaswamy temple, which passed through K.R.circle, Sayyaji Rao Road and culminated near JSS Mahavidyapeetha. Other nursing staffs of various hospitals of Mysuru also joined them.

11. 74 th Independence Day Celebration Report

74th Independence day was celebrated by JSS Institutes of health science on 15.8.2020 at 8.30pm at College campus.

The chief guest of the programme Sri. R Mahesh, Director, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha hoisted the flag and addressed the gathering. In his speech, he said our nation became independent after lots of hardships and sacrifices of the brave freedom fighters. Today India is recognized worldwide because of its development, which is pride for the nation. The citizens of the nation are residing with peace and are protected because of the selfless service of our soldiers. We citizens should remember their efforts and act responsibly. If all the Indians realize their fundamental duties and act accordingly, it will be a great contribution for our country.

Smt. D N Renuka Devi , principal JSS School of Nursing, Prof, Sheela Williams, principal, JSS College of Nursing, Dr P Nataraj, Director, Institute of Speech and Hearing, Dr. Saransh Jain, incharge principal, Dr. Kavitha Raja, principal, college of physiotherapy, were present in the programme. Teaching and non-teaching faculty of all institutes were present. The programme was compered by Dr. Indu Thammaiah, lecture, College of Speech and Hearing.

The programme was concluded with a patriotic song by faculty of JSS School Of nursing, Mysuru

12. Report of 105th Jayanthi celebration of Dr. Sri Shivaratri Rajendra mahaswamiji

105th Jayanthi of Dr. Sri Shivaratri Rajendra mahaswamiji was collaboratively celebrated by JSS Institutes of health science Viz. JSS School of Nursing, College of Nursing, Speech and Hearing College and Physiotherapy college in JSS campus on 4.09.2020.
The programme started by offering pooja to the photo of Sri. Rajendra mahaswamiji and showering flowers by the gatherings. The faculties of JSS College of Nursing sung a bhajan.

Chief guest of the programme Sri. R Mahesh, Director, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha Addressed the gathering. In his speech, he said Sri. Rajendra mahaswamiji stepped into the field of education in pre independent era by establishing many JSS educational institutions. His holiness stood as a helping hand for many poor students by building a hostel for students at Mysuru. Today the JSS institutions are branched even in abroad. By virtue of his vision towards poor and students, today around 10,000 employees are working at JSS institutions, which is believed as a great support for their family. In spite of the economic crisis, the employees are regularly paid, by his blessings. Sir mentioned that, as per the sayings of his holiness, for the development of an institutions not just the head, instead all the employees should work with coordination.

Smt. D N Renuka Devi, principal JSS School of Nursing, Prof, Sheela Williams, principal, JSS College of Nursing, Dr P Nataraj, Director, Institute of Speech and Hearing, Dr. Saransh Jain, incharge principal, Dr. Kavitha Raja, principal, college of physiotherapy, were present in the programme. Teaching and non-teaching faculty of all institute were present. The programme was compered by Smt. Rasmi P, Asst. Lecturer, JSS College of Nursing

13. Report on Induction programme

Online induction programme was conducted on 10-09-2020 at 10.30 am for our first year students ie 33rd batch nursing students at JSS School of nursing,Mysuru.

Programme started with an Inauguration by lighting the lamp by our Principal Smt.D.N.Renukadevi along with teachers and student representatives. Student representatives from Mysuru had attended the programme along with their parents and other students attended the programme through Zoom app.

Principal Smt.D.N.Renukadevi in her inaugural speech greeted students and expressed her concern towards care of students in this pandemic period. Madam instructed the students regarding opting online classes during this chaos.

Programme started with an invocation and the gathering was welcomed by Mrs.Priyaranjani N and vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs.Manasa M and anchored by Mrs.Neetha Dalvi S.

14. REPORT OF WORLD DIABETES DAY -2020

On the occasion of World Diabetes day, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru had organised online webinar on the theme “The Nurse and Diabetes.” on 18.11.2020

Mrs Jasmine Sarita Vas, Principal, Father Muller School of Nursing, was invited to deliver guest lecture. Madam highlighted the theme of diabetes day. She opined that nursing profession is the largest health occupational group in health sector and the nurses play key role in prevention of diabetes. The nurses have to raise awareness in supporting the people living with diabetes. More education and funding to equip nurses with the skills around the world are necessary. Healthcare providers and government must recognise the importance of investing in education and training of nurses. She also explained about facts, figures, common types, management of diabetes and her personal experiences in diabetes awareness campaign and street play.

15. Report of 65th Kannada Rajyothsava Celebration – 2020

JSS School of Nursing, College of Nursing, Institute of speech and hearing and JSS College of physiotherapy has collaboratively celebrated 65th Kannada Rajyothsava on 07.11.2020 at Sri Rajendra Bhavana.

Chief guest, Sri RajashekarKadhambha, Actor, Litterateur in his speech he opined that pride of mother tongue and land should not be limited only in the month of November, instead it should be round the year. He appreciated the love for the language in other regions and how the language develops in such areas. Also, he advised the audience to follow the same in our state. In his speech he also remembered the rulers of Mysuru and their contributions in building Karnataka and mother tongue and said about history of Karnataka

Sri.R. Mahesh, Director of medical education division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, delivered presidential address. In his speech he said about importance of Kannada language in our profession. Speaking in Kannada with patients helps to improve the therapeutic relationship. He advised to use Kannada language at home as well as in school. He suggested to compulsory include Kannada language in their education to improve the quality of mother tongue.

16. REPORT OF WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY -2020

On the occasion of World Mental Health Day on 10.10.2020 at 11.00 am JSS School of Nursing Mysuru had organised online webinar on the theme “Mental Health For All –Greater Investment, Greater Access –Everyone Everywhere.”

Dr Anil Kumar M N, Associate Professor, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal, was the resource person for unfolding the theme of mental health day. In his talk he opined that we should have a more empathetic approach towards the recovery of mentally unhealthy persons. In the present scenario of pandemic greater investment is needed not just in terms of financial and revolutionary investment, in addition time, love, attention and our compassion is highly expected. We all should be very dedicative and government has to support for the care of mentally unhealthy people. The quality of mental health care is the right of every individual. So when there is investment people will have greater access to good mental health. He also highlighted about improving access to psychological therapy in order to eradicate discrimination and stigma and to improve mental health of children and older adults.

1. International Yoga Day

International yoga day was observed on 21.06.2020. While social distance measures are adopted to fight the COVID – 19 pandemic,principal Smt. D. N. Renukadevi, teaching, nonteaching staffs and students performed yoga at their home terrace and open space along with their family members Principal spoke about the benefits of yoga and sent a key message through a video mentioning that yoga improves immunity and Pranayama helps in combating many respiratory diseases.


2. Report on Mask Day – 2019-20

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru has observed “Mask Day’’ on 18.06.2020. Aiming to spread the awareness among public and emphasizing the importance of wearing mask amid COVID – 19 pandemic, Chief Minister of Karnataka Sri. B. S. Yadiyurappa announced to celebrate Mask day.

Hence in our School principal Smt. D. N. Renukadevi, teaching and nonteaching staffs compulsorily wore mask and marked the day. Principal explained about different types of masks and said that the role of mask is very crucial in protecting us, and others. As well as using sanitizers, washing hands with soap, and maintaining social distancing are all equally important in controlling the spread of COVID – 19.


3. World Environmental Day

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru has observed “World Environmental Day’’ on 05.06.2020 with the theme “Biodiversity – a concern that is both urgent and existential.

Global warming decreased rainfall, inflation in pollution, industrialization, urbanization and water pollution are posing a direct threat to environment which in turn lead to a negative impact.
Hence it is a fundamental duty of a mankind to protect our environment, at least with small deeds like sapling.

In lite of the above our School principal Smt. D. N. Renukadevi, teaching, nonteaching staffs and students marked ‘selfie with sapling’ campaign by planting at least one tree sapling at their compound, lawns, garden or farms.


4. School day and Oath taking ceremony – 2020

School day and oath-taking ceremony of the students of 32nd batch was organised on 11.01.2020 at 11.00 am at Shri. Rajendra Centenary Auditorium of JSS Hospital. The program was inaugurated by our chief guest, Dr S K. Sadananda, Medical Superintendent of Shri. Jayadeva Institute of Cardiovascular Science and Research, Mysuru. While addressing the students, he congratulated the budding nursing students for having chosen this profession. He opined that a nurse who takes care of the patients with a smile would give positive hope in their recovery. Smt. Usha Bhandari, Director of Karnataka State Nursing Council, Bengaluru, who was also our chief guest, advised the students to remember Florence Nightingale’s service and walk on that path. Special invitee, Smt. Janet Mathias, Chief of Nursing Services, JSS Hospital congratulated the 32 nd batch budding nursing students. She said that nursing service is not just confined to hospital but also has a lot of extending and expanding opportunity which we have to grab and explore. Shri. R Mahesh, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, who was the president of the program, expressed that JSS Institutes aimed at delivering high-quality education and assured the parents that, their children would become competent nurses. He also explained the present scope of nursing and advised the students to be active and skilful.


5. 71st Republic Day Report 2020

JSS school of nursing, Mysuru in collaboration with JSS college of Speech and Hearing, Mysuru and JSS College of physiotherapy, Mysuru organized 71st republic day on 26.1.2020 at 8:30 am in JSS campus. The flag was hoisted by the chief guest of the programme, Group Captain Ajay Jadeja. Patriotic songs and dance programs followed flag hoisting. The students of all the four institutions had taken part in the programme. The chief guest of the programme while addressing the students gave guidance on professional ethics, discipline, and honesty. He also suggested the students inculcate lots of enthusiasm in their life so that they can build a better nation.


6. Report on World Cancer Day 2020

On account of World cancer day 2020, Bharath cancer hospital in collaboration with JSS school of nursing, Mysuru had organized a rally on 4.02.2020. Mr.Thaslim, Mayor, Mysuru inaugurated the rally. Other dignitaries present were, Dr. Vishweshwara M S, Superintendent, Bharath cancer hospital, Mysuru, Dr. Bharathi, ENT Surgeon, JSS Hospital, Mysuru, Dr. Madhavi Y S, Bharath cancer hospital. The rally started from exhibition ground, via Kote Anjanayaswamy temple and culminated in exhibition ground.


7. Report on Student Development Programme Post Exposure Prophylaxis

On account of the student development programme, PEP (Post-exposure prophylaxis) class was organized on 07/02/2020 at 3.00 pm for the first-year students to create awareness for students regarding safety precautions, needle stick injury and prevention of infections. Dr.Pratheeksha.S., senior resident, dermatology department, JSS Hospital had delivered the lecture on PEP for 89 students of the first year.


8. Suttur Jaathra Mahotsava – 2020

On account of Adijagadguru Shri Shivarathrishwara Shivayogi’s jaathra mahothsava 2020, Suttur jaathra expo was organized from 21.01.2020 – 26.01.2020. JSS School of Nursing in collaboration with JSS College of Nursing and other JSS Schools of Nursing participated in the Expo. Ex-chief minister Sri Veerappa Moily inaugurated the event in the gracious presence of His Holiness Sri. Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji and Sri. Madhuswamy J C, Law minister, Karnataka. The group of Nursing institutes bagged 2nd prize for their excellent exhibits.


9. Suttur Jaathra Cultural Competition Report 2020

On account of Adijagadguru Shri Shivarathrishwara Shivayogi’s jaathra mahothsava, 2020 Cultural competitions were organized on 22.1.2020 at Suttur. The competitions were held between JSS Schools of Nursing which included Mysuru, Kollegal and Chamarajnagar Nursing schools. Also, other JSS institutions like PU colleges, ITI and polytechnic institutions took part in the event. The students of our institution won first prize in group folk song (by Ms. Thulasamma and group), and second prize in vachanadaaritha nruthya (by Ms. Roja K K), Second prize in classical dance (by Mr.Darshan and team). By demonstrating outstanding performance, our students grabbed the award of the overall championship for the 4th consecutive year.


10. Report on Florence Nightingale’s 200 th Birthday Celebration- Candle March

Mysuru District Nursing Teachers and Nurses Association, Karnataka State Government Nurses Association (District unit) and Trained Nurses Association of India jointly celebrated World Nurses Day. The event was organized in front of Kote Anjaneyaswamy temple at the North gate of Mysuru Palace. The nurses celebrated the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, the Pioneer of modern nursing in the honour of her yeoman service. Later, students of JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru along with hundreds of others from different nursing schools and colleges took out a candlelight procession from Kote Anjaneyaswamy temple, which passed through K.R.circle, Sayyaji Rao Road and culminated near JSS Mahavidyapeetha. Other nursing staffs of various hospitals of Mysuru also joined them.

11. 74 th Independence Day Celebration Report

74th Independence day was celebrated by JSS Institutes of health science on 15.8.2020 at 8.30pm at College campus.

The chief guest of the programme Sri. R Mahesh, Director, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha hoisted the flag and addressed the gathering. In his speech, he said our nation became independent after lots of hardships and sacrifices of the brave freedom fighters. Today India is recognized worldwide because of its development, which is pride for the nation. The citizens of the nation are residing with peace and are protected because of the selfless service of our soldiers. We citizens should remember their efforts and act responsibly. If all the Indians realize their fundamental duties and act accordingly, it will be a great contribution for our country.

Smt. D N Renuka Devi , principal JSS School of Nursing, Prof, Sheela Williams, principal, JSS College of Nursing, Dr P Nataraj, Director, Institute of Speech and Hearing, Dr. Saransh Jain, incharge principal, Dr. Kavitha Raja, principal, college of physiotherapy, were present in the programme. Teaching and non-teaching faculty of all institutes were present. The programme was compered by Dr. Indu Thammaiah, lecture, College of Speech and Hearing.

The programme was concluded with a patriotic song by faculty of JSS School Of nursing, Mysuru

12. Report of 105th Jayanthi celebration of Dr. Sri Shivaratri Rajendra mahaswamiji

105th Jayanthi of Dr. Sri Shivaratri Rajendra mahaswamiji was collaboratively celebrated by JSS Institutes of health science Viz. JSS School of Nursing, College of Nursing, Speech and Hearing College and Physiotherapy college in JSS campus on 4.09.2020.
The programme started by offering pooja to the photo of Sri. Rajendra mahaswamiji and showering flowers by the gatherings. The faculties of JSS College of Nursing sung a bhajan.

Chief guest of the programme Sri. R Mahesh, Director, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha Addressed the gathering. In his speech, he said Sri. Rajendra mahaswamiji stepped into the field of education in pre independent era by establishing many JSS educational institutions. His holiness stood as a helping hand for many poor students by building a hostel for students at Mysuru. Today the JSS institutions are branched even in abroad. By virtue of his vision towards poor and students, today around 10,000 employees are working at JSS institutions, which is believed as a great support for their family. In spite of the economic crisis, the employees are regularly paid, by his blessings. Sir mentioned that, as per the sayings of his holiness, for the development of an institutions not just the head, instead all the employees should work with coordination.

Smt. D N Renuka Devi, principal JSS School of Nursing, Prof, Sheela Williams, principal, JSS College of Nursing, Dr P Nataraj, Director, Institute of Speech and Hearing, Dr. Saransh Jain, incharge principal, Dr. Kavitha Raja, principal, college of physiotherapy, were present in the programme. Teaching and non-teaching faculty of all institute were present. The programme was compered by Smt. Rasmi P, Asst. Lecturer, JSS College of Nursing

13. Report on Induction programme

Online induction programme was conducted on 10-09-2020 at 10.30 am for our first year students ie 33rd batch nursing students at JSS School of nursing,Mysuru.

Programme started with an Inauguration by lighting the lamp by our Principal Smt.D.N.Renukadevi along with teachers and student representatives. Student representatives from Mysuru had attended the programme along with their parents and other students attended the programme through Zoom app.

Principal Smt.D.N.Renukadevi in her inaugural speech greeted students and expressed her concern towards care of students in this pandemic period. Madam instructed the students regarding opting online classes during this chaos.

Programme started with an invocation and the gathering was welcomed by Mrs.Priyaranjani N and vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs.Manasa M and anchored by Mrs.Neetha Dalvi S.

1. Report on Induction Programme

Induction programme for the First year GNM students admitted during the year 2019-20 was conducted on 5.8.2019 at Dr Sri ShivarathriRajendraBhavana.

The programme was inaugurated by the Principal Sri S.G. Shashidharakumar and Vice-Principal Smt.D.N.Renukadevi along with Co-coordinator, and representatives of the new batch.

Principal Sri S.G. Shashidharakumar congratulated the parents and students for being a part of JSS School of Nursing. Later, there was a presentation regarding the school, Infrastructure, faculty, curriculum, Library, clinical facilities and hostel facility to the gathering. Documents of the students were verified by the teachers.

Mrs.Neetha Dalvi.S welcomed the gathering; Ms Harsha and Ms Thulasamma H.V. did invocation, Mrs.Priyaranjani N proposed a vote of thanks.

2. 73rd Independence Day 2019

JSS Health science Institutions have celebrated the 73rd Independence day on 15/8/2019 at 8.30am.

The programme was inaugurated by Col. Ramachandra along with Sri R. Mahesh, Director, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, Dr P. Nataraj, Director, JSS Institution of Speech and Hearing, Dr Suma, Principal, JSS Institution of Speech and Hearing, Prof. Sheela Williams, Principal, JSS College of Nursing, Dr Kavitha Raja, Principal, JSS College of Physiotherapy, Sri S.G. Shashidhara Kumar, Principal, JSS School of Nursing and Sri Shivalingaiah, Superintendent, JSS Differently Abled Working Womens’ and students’ hostel.

Chief Guest Col. Ramachandra in his address motivated the students to adopt leadership qualities to become good leaders and citizens. He encouraged the students to inculcate discipline, promptness and self-confidence in their life.

Sri R. Mahesh in his presidential address, explained about freedom fighters and their contribution to get independence. Also, he said that the celebration of Independence day should not be for a day but it should be celebrated every day by being a good citizen for the nation.

Cultural programme was given by the students of four institutions.

JSS School of Nursing has bagged Rolling trophy for excellent March past.

The programme was anchored by Mr M. Chandrashekar, Ms Pallavi welcomed the guests and gathering and Vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs K.V. Manjula.


3. World Blood Donor’s Day 2019

Inauguration of voluntary blood donation camp by Shri Srihari Dwarakanath

World Blood Donor’s Day celebration was jointly organized by a Blood bank, Department of Pathology JSS Hospital and Medical College, JSS School of Nursing and JSS College of Nursing, Mysuru on 14.6.2019 at Sri Rajendra centenary auditorium.

The Blood donation camp and programme was inaugurated by Shri Srihari Dwarakanath, Chairman Project Consult (Pvt) along with Dr H. Basavanagowdappa, Principal, JSS Medical College, Dr P. A. Kushalappa, Director (Academics) JSS AHER, Dr M. Guruswamy, Medical Superintendent, JSS Hospital, Dr G. B. Manjunath, Vice – Principal JSS Medical College, Prof. SheelaWilliams, Principal, JSS College of Nursing and Sri S. G. Shashidhara Kumar, Principal JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru.

Chief Guest Dr H. Basavanagowdappa in his address has shared his personal experience of blood donation and motivated the young generation for active participation in blood donation.

Dr P. A. Kushalappa said that every human being should donate blood to attain accomplishment.

Mother of Thalassemia children expressed their gratitude to JSS Hospital blood bank unit for the timely management of blood for their children.

Sri Srihari Dwarakanath opined that in this universe anyone can become blood relative to anyone by voluntary blood donation. Also, he motivated youths to donate without any expectation.

Dr D. Pallavi had given a lecture on the importance of blood donation and voluntary registration for blood donation.

Dr Manjunthshetty spoke about Organ donation and its myths. The programme was concluded with vote of thanks by Dr Namratha.


4. Report of Suttur cultural Feb-2019

On account of suttur Jatra Mahotsav 2019, we had the interinstitutional cultural competition on 2.2.2019 at suttur. Our students participated in five events like Solo classical song, Vachanadharithanruthy, Group folk dance, Group classical dance. They got four first prizes and one second prize. The total score was 48 out off 50. We got overall championship for the 3rd time. The overall programme was Coordinated by Mrs Manasa H. S. Nursing Tutor, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru.


5. Report of Suttur Exhibition Feb-2019

On account of suttur jatra mahotsava 2019, we had interinstitutional Exhibition competition from 1.2.2019 to 6.2.2019 Our students exhibited models on AIDS and substance abuse, Data collection was done on the topic Alcohol abuse from 40 samples . The Exhibition Co ordinated by Mrs. Manjula K. V. Nursing Tutor, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru.


6. School day and Oath Taking Ceremony

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru celebrated School day and Oath Taking Ceremony on 30.1.2019 at 3.30 pm at Sri Rajendra Centenary Auditorium
Chief guest Smt. Pushpalatha Jagannath, Mayor Mysuru City Corporation inaugurated the programme. In her inaugural address, she appreciated the discipline and punctuality of JSS Institutions and admired the contribution of nurses to the society.

Special invitee Smt. Janet Mathias, Deputy Chief of Nursing Services offered lamp to students and congratulated the students for having selected nursing profession and chosen JSS School of Nursing for their studies. She also explained the extending and expanding roles and responsibilities of nurses in different areas.

President of the programme, Sri. R. Mahesh Director, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha has explained about the Quality education given by JSS Institutions and assured the parents that their wards will become good nurses.

Ms Shobhalatha C. III year student expressed student opinion, Ms Harsha and Ms Pruthvi sung invocation song. Smt. Neetha Dalvi S. Tutor welcomed the gathering, Smt. Renukadevi D.N. Vice Principal, recited Oath to I year students. Vote of thanks was proposed by Smt. Manasa M., Tutor and programme was compared by Mrs Priyaranjani N., Tutor.


7. 70th Republic Day Report

70th Republic day was celebrated at JSS institution premises by all the five institutions VIZ JSS SON, CON, Speech and Hearing, CPT and differently abled working women and students on 26.1.2019 at 9am.

The chief guest was Brig Vinod Kumar Adappa. The program of escorting guest, flag hoisting and march past was organized by Mr Mahendra, Phys. Ed JSS CPT. The march past had four contingents, one each from respective Colleges ( JSS CON (Saffron)), JSS ISH (White), JSS SON (blue) JSS CPT (green). Each Contingent was followed by students dressed to represent the 29 states of India.

Next, the Chief Guest addressed the gathering and shared his experience in the Army life. He also motivated youngsters regarding safeguarding India and principles to be followed.

The gathering was welcomed by Ms Vidya, Asst lecturer JSS CON. The cultural programme was organized by Smt. Manasa H S JSS School of Nursing.The vote of thanks was given by Sri. Harsha, Asstproff JSS ISH. The master of ceremony was Smt. Sharvani Asst prof. JSS CPT.


8. Report of Annual Sports meet 2018-2019

We Conducted Annual Sports meet on 20.1.2019 on behalf of the school day and oath-taking ceremony. The programme was inaugurated by Smt. Renukadevi D.N., Vice-principal, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru. Ravikumar and Prabhuswamy, Physical education teachers, JSS institutions. The events were shot put, discuss Throw, 100mtr, 200mtr, and 800mtr, relay, throw ball and volleyball. The overall trophy was won by second years. The programme was Coordinated by Mr Mahadevaswamy R. K. Senior Nursing Tutor and Mr Praveen Kumar S.N. Nursing Tutor JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru.


9. Report of Annual Cultural competition 2018-2019

Annual cultural competition Abhivyakthi 2018-19 was held on 10th and 11th January 2019. The programme was inaugurated by Mr. Roshan, Tabala artist. Shri S G Shashidhar Kumar, Principal, Smt. Renukadevi D.N., Vice Principal, Mr.Siddaraju, folk singer, Ms Eepsitha, Carnatic singer were present. The cultural competitions were solo dance, solo song, group dance, group song, fancy dress, couple dance, comedy based act and fashion show. The programme was coordinated by Mrs Neetha Dalvi, Mrs.Manasa.M, Nursing Tutors.


10. Cultural Competition Report 2019-20

On account of Lamp Lighting ceremony and School Day programme cultural event (Indoor and Outdoor) was organized. Formally the programme was inaugurated on 21.10.2019 by the Principal and Vice-Principal. The Indoor events like Floor Decoration, Best out of waste, Collage making, and Cooking without fire was conducted from 21.10.2019 to 30.10.2019.

The Outdoor events were conducted on 6.11.2019 and 7.11.2019. Sri Santhosh and Smt.Keerthi, a Choreographer, Director, Natyas Academy for Dance, judged the event.


11. 64th Kannada Rajyotsava Report 2019-20

JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru in collaboration with JSS College of Nursing, Speech and Hearing and College of Physiotherapy organized 64th Kannada Rajyothsava and 104th Jayanthi mahothsava of Dr. Sri Rajendra Mahaswamiji at Dr. Sri Rajendra Centenary Auditorium, JSS Hospital.

Dr NilagiriThalvar, Director, Kuvempu Kannada Research Institute, Mysore University, in his Chief Guest address suggested respecting our culture and language. At the same time, we have to teach our culture and language to those people who are coming from other states He appreciated the discipline of JSS institutes.

Sri G. L. Thripuranthaka, Co-ordinator, JSS Suttur Institutions, in his chief guest address explained the life history of Dr Sri Rajendra Mahaswamiji and his sacrifice and contribution for the society.

Sri S. G. Shashidhara Kumar, Principal, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru, in his presidential address highlighted Kannada, culture and grandeur.
The cultural programme was given by students of all the four institution .

The programme was started with an invocation song by Speech and Hearing students, Mrs Manasa H.S welcomed the gathering and Mr Prashanth delivered a vote of thanks. The programme was anchored by Mr Sunil


12. World diabetic day 2019

World diabetic day celebration was jointly organized by department of community medicine, JSS medical college and JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru on 30.11.2019 at Bamboobazar and conducted rally and role play.
The inauguration of the rally is done by Dr H Basavanagowdappa, Principal, JSS Medical College, Dr M N Suma, Vice-Principal, JSS Medical College, Dr M R Narayamurty, HOD, by department of community medicine, JSS medical college and Mr Praveen Kumar S N, Nursing Tutor, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru.

1. Participation in National health programmes

2. Conducting Soft skill training programme


3. School Day and Oath taking ceremony

School Day and Oath taking ceremony of 30th batch were celebrated on 16.2.2018 in Dr Rajendra Centenary auditorium. The programme commenced with an invocation song by Kum. Laseena. The Chief Guest Dr S. Rahdamani, Director and Dean, Mysore Medical College & Research Institute, in her inaugural addressed the gathering. She mentioned that nursing is one of the noblest professions and all nurses have to give importance to Attitude, Behaviour, Communication and Documentation. Mrs. Janet Mathias, D.C.N.S., JSS Hospital had come as a special invitee offered light of knowledge to the budding students. Sri R. Mahesh, Director, Medical Education Division, JSSMVP in his presidential address stated that there is a great demand for nurses across the globe and JSS Institute is offering quality education. Mrs. Renukadevi D.N. , Vice Principal welcomed the gathering, Mr. S.G. Shashidhara Kumar, Principal offered oath to the newly admitted students. Mrs. Manasa M. has delivered vote of thanks and Mrs. Neetha S. Dalvi compeered the programme.


4. School Health programme

Personal hygiene and environmental hygiene are the key elements in improving the standards of health. To bring awareness among the school students of Devalapura village handwashing technique was demonstrated on 28.3.2018. Also, personal hygiene, prevention of water-borne diseases and the importance of maintaining cleanliness were explained.


5. International Nurses Day celebration:

International Nurses Day was jointly celebrated by JSS School of Nursing, College of Nursing and Hospital on 9th June 2018. Dr Sacchidananda. S., Director, Medical Education Department and Mr Sreekanth B. Pulari, Registrar, Karnataka State Nursing Council, Bengaluru have come as chief guests, Dr. (Col) Dayananda, Director, JSS Hospital was the Special Invitee. Sri R. Mahesh, Director, Medical Education Division, JSS MVP has presided over the function. Mr Sreekanth B. Pulari was felicitated for his contribution to nursing as a Registrar.


6. Conducting workshops/Lecture sessions for teachers

A lecture session was organized on 10.7.2018 regarding Speech, language and Hearing disorders and professional voice user. The topic was presented by JSS Speech and Hearing Lecturer Mr Harshan Kumar H.S. who explained the common speech and hearing disabilities and the importance of screening, diagnosing and prompt treatment to help reduce the percentage of disability among the public.


7. Basic Life Support Training programme

B.L.S. is the foundation for saving lives after a cardiac arrest, and it needs high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation. To develop confidence and skills in taking care of such victims B.L.S. training was organized to 28th batch students on 5th and 6th September 2018 . It was conducted by Tech2people and health care Private Limited in collaboration with the American Heart Association. Mr Krishnakumar M.P., Mr Akhil Vishwanath from AHA and Dr Akkamahadevi, Pro. & H.O.D. of Emergency Medicine, JSS Hospital have trained the students.


8. Participation in Swacchata Abhiyaan

To bring awareness and to practice swacchata in day to day life, a periodical swacchata abhiyaan is being carried out in and outside the campus. On 29.9.2018, we conducted swacchata abhiyaan from the foot of Chamundi hills to the top along with 250 students and staff. The programme was inaugurated at 7.00 a.m. by Mr K.H. Jagadish, Commissioner, Mysuru City Corporation and Dr D.G. Nagaraju, Health Officer, Mysuru City Corporation was present along with his staff. During the abhiyaan, about twelve bags of plastic waste were collected and cleared.


9. Mental Health Day Celebration

World Mental Health Day was celebrated on 12.10.2018 at Dr Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Bhavana by JSS School of Nursing in association with the Indian Psychiatric Society Combat Depression Task Force. Smt. H. R. Radha, District Judge, was the chief guest, and in her inaugural address stated that life is very precious, instead of ending our life by ourselves, it has to be created positively. The other chief guest Mr Krishnaprasad said that we have to understand the feelings of a mentally ill person and should show love and affection. Dr. S.K. Ghori, Dy. Medical Superintendent, JSS Hospital, Mysuru has presided over the function.

In connection with Mental Health Day, an essay competition was conducted. The first, second and third places were bagged by Ms Vasantha S., JSS School of Nursing, Chamarajanagar, Ms Shobhalatha, JSS School of Nursing, Mysuru and Ms Sarala S.N., Govt. School of Nursing, K.R. Hospital, Mysuru respectively. The cash award for the winners was sponsored by Minds United for Health Sciences and Humanity Trust, Mysuru

Dr C. Naveen Kumar, Additional Professor, NIMHANS, and Dr M. Kishor, Asso. Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, JSS Hospital, Mysuru have delivered talks on ‘Suicide reporting in press and media’ and ‘ Young People and Mental health in a changing world’ respectively.


10. World Diabetes day celebration

A Diabetes screening camp and exhibition was organized at Someshwarapura on 14.11.2018. About 150 people have undergone diabetes screening test, about 50 peoples’ blood sugar level was above the normal, they have been advised to undergo further investigations , type of food to consume and change in lifestyle.


11. Celebration of Kannada Rajyotsava and 103rd Jayanthi Mahotsava of Jagadguru Dr Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji

Our school, JSS College of Nursing, Institute of Speech and Hearing and College of Physiotherapy, jointly celebrated 63rd Kannada Rajyotsava and 103rd Jayanthi Mahotsava of Jagadguru Dr Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji on 16.11.2018. The Chief Guest of the function Mr Chatnalli Mahesh, a well-known orator and litterateur, explained about the importance of Kannada and remembered the contributions of Dr Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahawamiji’s to the society. The young artist and flautist Sri Neetu Ninad enthralled the audience with sweet Kannada melodious songs. Mr R. Mahesh, Director, Medical Education Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha has presided over the function.


12. World AIDS day celebration

To bring out awareness among publics in regard to H.I.V and AIDS, a documentary film on H.I.V and AIDS was arranged in Ayarahalli and Devalapura villages on 1.12.2018. Before screening the film, a rally was organized.


13. Participation in extra- curricular and co-curricular activities like Quiz, Debate, Essay and cultural competitions

Our School has won the overall championship in the cultural competition held at Suttur in the month of January 2018.


14. Ethnic day celebration: