Suttur, February 14, 2020: “Providing free education is the most sacred of all charities. Nobody can steal education or knowledge, a student should always have an aim and there should be a guru behind him. Indian culture is the best as it preaches unity and love all. Out of every 10 doctors and engineers in America, four of them are Indians. The Indian education system and our culture is the reason for all this success and recognition,” opined Dr. Rajesh Udupudi, Principal, JSS Ayurveda College, Mysuru.
He was speaking at a function held at the JSS Residential School in Suttur, on the occasion of School Anniversary.
The chief guest of the programme Sri Prabhakarrao Shinde, DySP, Nanjangud Sub Division, Mysuru District, in his address expressed his view that the JSS Educational Institution was a boon for the poor. “Not only from Karnataka, but thousands of children from other states are also getting free education here which is a matter of pride for our state. I am feeling so happy about participating in this school anniversary function. It is reminding my school days. In my school days when I used to participate in such programmes and see the dignitaries on the dais I also used to dream that one day I also should be on the dais as a guest. My dream has come true today. You should also dream. I don’t know how many of you who are studying here will become doctors, engineers, IAS officers. I wish each one of you all the best,” he added.
Prizes were distributed to the students of various sports and cultural competitions, by the guests. The students presented a cultural programme after stage programmes.
Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Coordinating Officer, JSS Educational Institution, Sri Sampath, Sri Veerabhadraiah, Headmasters Sri G. Shivamallu, Smt.C.P. Nirmala, Sri B.M. Siddappa, Sri G.M. Shadakshari, and others were present.
Kum. Sindhu presented the Higher Primary School and High School Educational Report. Kum. Megha Mahantesh presented Higher Primary School and High School Sports Report on this occasion. Earlier the programme commenced with an invocation by the students. While Kum. Vani welcomed, Kum. Radhika gave a vote of thanks and Kum. Rashmi compered.