May 2022

Jeevanotsaha Shibira at Ooty from May 18 to 23

Ooty, May 16, 2022: The Jagadguru Sri Veerasimhasana Mahasamsthana Math, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, and the Sri Shivarathreeshwara Dharmika Datti have jointly organized a Jeevanotsaha Shibira (Reorientation camp) for general public at the JSS Public School, in Teetakal, Ooty, Tamil Nadu. The camp is held in the divine presence of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji and the holy guidance of Sri Siddeshwara Swamiji of the Jnanayogashrama, Vijayapura.

Several activities including spiritual teaching, limited diet, cyber awareness, environment awareness, peaceful living, importance of laughter in life, folk culture, values of family life, good health, life of Sharanas, aim for life, yoga-meditation, ‘Namma Samskruti, Namma Hemme,’ ‘Vyragyanidhi-Akkamahadevi’ will be held during the six day camp. Sri Mallaiah Swami, Sri Prakash Singh Hajeri, Dr. D.V. Guruprasad, Sri Sanjay Gubbi, Dr. Kabbinale Vasant Bharadwaj, Prof. M. Krishnegowda, Prof. Mysuru Krishnamurthy, Smt. Arati Balasubramaniam, Dr. Mahantesh Biradar, Sri Basava Maralasiddappa Swami, Sri Dattapadananda Swami, Sri G. Nanjundaswamy, Sri S. Renukaradhya, R. Swami Raghaveshanandaji Maharaj will deliver lectures.

The animation film titled “Suttur Srimatahada Guruparampare,” that has won awards at the National and International Film Festivals, will be screened on May 18. The Nrutya Sevaniketana of Coonor will present a special dance ballet titled “Shivoham” as part of the 75th Indian Independence Day celebrations 2022 on May 20. Kum. S. Nikhita Halasuru, Ramanagara District, will present a yoga demonstration on May 21. Cultural programs will be held by the participants on May 19 and 20.

Mass prayers, yoga and meditation are conducted on all the days of the camp apart from desi games.

2022-05-16T13:16:32+00:00May 16th, 2022|

State Level E-Conference on Emerging Trends in Food Processing

Mysuru, May 12, 2022: The Department of Food Processing and Engineering, JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru had organized a one-day state-level “E-Conference on Emerging Trends in Food Processing,” for the benefit of life science teachers, research scholars, undergraduate and postgraduate food processing students.

Dr. Sridevi Annapurna Singh, Director, CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru inaugurated the E-Conference. In her address, she spoke about the importance of processed food rich in nutrition for maintaining health, various technologies developed for food processing, and emerging food industries in India.

Prof. B V Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive, presided over the program. He spoke about the importance of food processing in our lives to provide a nutritious diet to maintain good health. He also highlighted the traditional food processing during the early days, in particular to preserve food to meet the needs during periods of scarcity. Further, he pointed out that food processing was not only important in the context of diet/nutritional value, but also very much concerned with environmental and economical points of view.

Four technical sessions were held after the inaugural function. In The first session, Dr. N. G. Malleshi, Scientist- G (Rtd), CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, delivered a lecture on “Processing of Millets”. In the second session, Dr. Ng. Iboyaima Singh, Chief Scientist, and Head, Department of Traditional Food and Sensory Science, CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, delivered a lecture on “Fruit and vegetable processing”.

In the third session Dr. Alok Kumar Srivatsava, Chief Scientist and Head, Food Safety and Analytical Quality Control Laboratory, CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru, spoke on “Current Food Regulatory System in India.” In the last session, Dr. Sandanamudi Anudeep, Chief Scientist, Potential Health Development and Co-Founder of Driti Bio-Solutions, Mysuru, spoke about “Entrepreneurship in Food sector.”

Dr. H. C. Honnappa, the Principal, welcomed the dignitaries, guests, and participants. Ms. Shravya, Assistant Professor, compeered the program, and Mr. Bharath, Assistant Professor, proposed a vote of thanks.

Earlier, the program commenced with an invocation by Kum. Pavithra and Vidhathri.

More than 350 people, including teachers, research scholars, and students of various colleges and institutions across the State were present in the program.

2022-05-12T12:45:22+00:00May 12th, 2022|

Material Science research has emerged as a major component of research: Prof. K.S. Rangappa

Mysuru, May 12, 2022: The JSS College of Arts, Commerce, and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru had organized a KSTA-sponsored two-day National Symposium on ‘Material Science.’ Former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Mysore Prof. K.S. Rangappa inaugurated the program.

In his inaugural address, he said that Material Science is a multidisciplinary component of the current thrust area of scientific research, and it will emerge as a major and significant contributor to society. He also spoke about the role of metals, ceramics, and polymers in the overall development of fundamental research for the benefit of society. He highlighted ceramists, who make ceramic products and silicone breast implants made out of polymers. As a Chemist and Chemical Biologist, Prof. K.S. Rangappa highlighted the outcome of research in recent green nanotechnology. Besides, he stressed the opportunities and scope of research in the field of Nanomaterial Science.

Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College, presided over the function. In his presidential remarks, he reminded Applied Physics and Chemistry are the two principal and dominant domains in the field of Material Science research. He expressed the process involved in the fabrication of nanomaterials through a greener approach. He highlighted the outcome of lithium-ion batteries. He also spoke about the applications of artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing in material science for the discovery of new materials.

Earlier, the program commenced with an invocation by Ms. Sannidhi and the team. Prof. M. P. Vijayendra Kumar, Principal of the College welcomed, and Dr. N. Vijendra Kumar mastered the program. Dr. Mallesha L., Convener and Dr. N. Rajendraprasad, IQAC Coordinator were present. Dr. M. Mahadevaswamy proposed a vote of thanks.

Faculty members and researchers from different parts of the state and more than 120 students of the college and other institutions participated.

2022-05-12T12:44:21+00:00May 12th, 2022|

‘Jeevnotsaha Shibira’ from May 18 to 23 at Ooty

Suttur, May 5, 2022: The Jagadguru Veerasimhasana Mahasamsthana Math, Suttur, in association with the JSS Mahavidyapeetha and the Sri Shivarathreeshwara Dharmika Datti, has organized a ‘Jeevanotsaha Shibira’ for public, from May 18 to 23, at Ooty.

The camp will be held in the divine presence of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji and under the guidance of Pujya Sri Siddeshwara Swamiji of the Jnanayogashrama, Vijayapura. Mass prayers, yoga, special discourses, Chintana-Manthana, desi games and cultural programs will be held on all the days of the camp.

Those interested to participate can contact Sri B. Rajesh directly by visiting the office at the Publication Division, in JSS Mahavidyapeetha, Mysuru or call 0821-2548212, Extn: 223/224 or Mob: 9964141560 or contact camp conveners Sri H.K. Basavanna (9489044575), Sri N.M. Shivakumar (9448280666), Sri Somashekar Basavaraj Magadam (9448111244) and Sri S. Hemanth Kumar (9343582337) and register your names. You can also get the details by visiting the website: or send an e-mail to and register your names.

2022-05-06T06:43:31+00:00May 6th, 2022|

COVID 4th wave: JSS Residential School, Suttur, cancels entrance test and interview

The entrance test and interview process for admission to the JSS Residential School, Suttur, scheduled to be held on May 4 and 5 have been cancelled following the possibilities of spread of COVID 4th wave. Students can visit the school directly along with the original copies of all the required documents and get admission. For more details please call 7411486938.

2022-05-06T05:21:21+00:00May 6th, 2022|