The JSS Residential School, Suttur, had organized a program on the occasion of ‘World No Tobacco’ day to create awareness among the students about the ill-effects from the consumption of tobacco products. Science teacher of the school Sri K.B. Shivanand addressed the students. Heads of various departments of the school, teachers and students were present.
The graduation ceremony was held on 28th May 2022 at JSS Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences, Coimbatore. Prof. P. Kaliraj, Vice-Chancellor of Bharathiyar University was the chief guest. Sri. Mahesh. R, Director, Medical Education, JSS MVP presided over the function. Dr V.R. Dhilip, Principal and CMO administered the oath to graduands. Around 143 students of two batches (18th and 19th batches) received Graduation certificates.
Old students of the JSS Residential School, Suttur, who passed SSLC in 2013-14 had organized a ‘Guru Vandana’ program. They felicitated Administrative Officer S.P. Udayashankar and other teachers on the occasion.
Golden Jubilee Endowment Lecture- 11 was held on 26th May 2022 in the divine presence of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji at Sri Rajendra Centenary Auditorium, JSS Hospital, Mysuru. Sri. Harish Hande, co-founder and Chairman of SELCO Solar Private Ltd. gave the golden jubilee lecture.
The book ” Sadhana- Path of Liberation” speech by Sri. M was released during the occasion.
One-day national level symposium on Regenerative Agriculture – A Sustainable Technology for Global Food Production
Mysuru, May 26, 2022: The Postgraduate Departments of Biochemistry, JSS College of Arts, Commerce, and Science, in collaboration with the Department of Biotechnology, JSS Science and Technology University, Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, JSS TI Campus, Mysuru, has organized a one-day national level symposium on “Regenerative Agriculture – A Sustainable Technology for Global Food Production,” for the benefit of life science teachers, research scholars and postgraduate students on May 27, 2022, at the College, in Ooty Road, Mysuru.
The symposium is sponsored by the Karnataka Science and Technology Academy (KSTA), the Government of Karnataka.
Around 150 delegates from various places will participate in the symposium, and there will be talks by eminent personalities.
Dr. Sanjay M.T., Professor & Scheme Head, AICRP on IFS, UAS, GKVK, Bengaluru, will inaugurate the symposium at 10.30 am. Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive, JSS College, will deliver the keynote address. Sri. N.M. Shivashankarappa, Director, Horticulture Division, JSS Mahavidyapeetha, Mysuru, will preside.
Twelve couples tied the knot at the 105th monthly mass marriage program conducted by the Suttur Srimath, at Suttur today. Sri Sampath, Additional Coordinator, JSS Institutions, Sri Veerbhadraiah, Assistant Coordinating Officer and others are seen in the picture Gallery
Twelve couples tied the knot at the 105th monthly mass marriage program conducted by the Suttur Srimath, at Suttur today. Sri Sampath, Additional Coordinator, JSS Institutions, Sri Veerbhadraiah, Assistant Coordinating Officer and others are seen in the picture
Students can improve their efficiency and confidence by taking part in competitions: Prof. H.T. Basavarajappa
Mysuru, May 23, 2022: “The world has become competitive and everyone should put themselves to compete with confidence to evolve,” opined Prof. H.T. Basavarajappa, Dean, Faculty of Science & Technology, University of Mysore.
He inaugurated the national-level JSS Scientia T20 Orate Competition, organized by the UG and PG Departments of the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, under the aegis of the IQAC.
In his inaugural address, he expressed his view that there is a huge requirement for people with proper skills. “Develop self-confidence and enhance your skills and potential to achieve your dreams,” he said.
He observed that the integration of science subjects with technology is essential for a sustainable environment. Quoting seasonal transformations in nature, he observed that everyone should update their knowledge in their respective domains, which is the need of the hour.
Mentioning Thomas Edison and his inventions, he explained the various problems behind the invention. He advised the students to be open to facing competition and face challenges with courage. “Participation in competitions will help you overcome your fears and builds confidence in you,” he said.
Presiding over the program, Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College, explained the nuisances of oratory skills, honing knowledge by reading thoroughly about the subject before giving a speech, communication skills, etc. He highlighted the scope of multidisciplinary education and advised giving more emphasis on it. “The ability to deliver talks differs between each another. Enthusiasm and knowledge about the subject give you courage and confidence to speak,” he said.
He explained how popular leaders like Demosthenes, the famous Greece Orator, Adolf Hitler, and others were preparing before delivering speeches.
Earlier, Prof. M.P. Vijayendra Kumar, Principal of the college welcomed the guests, dignitaries, and others. Ms. Sannidhi and the team rendered an invocation. Dr. N. Vijendra Kumar mastered the program. Organizing Secretary Ms. Kavya H.V., proposed a vote of thanks. Ms. Prameela was present.
Cash prizes and certificates will be given to the three best performing teams in the competition.
About 32 teams from across the country are taking part in the competition. More than 150 students and 20 teachers were present during the inaugural program.
Suttur, May 21, 2022: The ICAR JSS Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Suttur, had organized a program on “Kitchen Garden training and World Bee Day celebrations” on May 20, 2022, as part of the 75th Independence Day celebrations, at the Haratale Village, in Nanjangud Taluk, Mysuru District.
The program was organized to create awareness among the participants about the importance of fruits and vegetables in developing immunity in human beings. Fruits and vegetables help in maintaining good health. Hence, it is essential to growing them by developing a kitchen garden.
JSS KVK Home Scientist Smt. Netravathi Yettinamani explained the qualities of drumstick leaves. “The drumstick leaves are full of iron content and help solve anemia. It also contains Vitamin A (Beta Carotin), Calcium, Magnesium, and other nutrients. Hence, it is very good for our health. Iron and Vitamin A content is more in curry leaves, and it also helps to solve blood deficiency problems. Lemon contains more Vitamin C, which provides immunity to our bodies. The Sour Sop leaves (Chakramuni Soppu) have bulk iron, Vitamin K, Vitamin B, and C content and help in the improvement of health. Papaya is rich in Vitamin A and is helpful for eyes and skin health,” she explained.
She provided detailed information about the various greens, vegetables, and fruits that can be grown in the kitchen garden and how to use them.
The participants were also explained the importance of honey, the benefits of apiculture, the processing of honey, and various facilities available from the Horticulture Department for apiculturists.
After the program, the participants were taken to an Anganwadi and primary school, and a discussion was held on developing a kitchen garden.
- In Kannada 21 students have scored – 125/125
- In Hindi 7 students score – 100/100
- In Sanskrit 9 students – 100/100
- In Mathematics 2 students – 100/100
- In science 1 student has scored – 100/100
- In Social Science 20 students – 100/100
A total number of 525 students had appeared for 2021-22 SSLC exams from JSS High School, Suttur, out of which 517 of them have passed registering 99% results. Two hundred students have scored above 500 marks. While 124 students have secured distinction, 352 have secured first class and 34 students have secured second class.
Sahana M.A. and Sushmita M. Yadahalli have secured 621 out of 625 in English medium and have emerged has the toppers of the school. Neha Manjunath Desai is in the second place with 604 marks, followed by Vindu (602) in the third place. The results in English medium is 99.54%.
In Kannada medium Praveen S. Mathapati has secured 611 marks and emerged as the topper, followed by Siddanagowda (601) second place and Vijayalakshmi Mylarappa Shirahatti (600) in the third place. The result of Kannada medium is 98.03%.
Nagabitai, a student from Meghalaya has secured 108 marks in Kannada and 508 total marks. Ibapinjai, Sanlotabam have also secured good marks. 21 students who had opted Kannada as first language have scored 125 out of 125. Seven students who had taken Hindi has third language, 9 students who had taken Sanskrit as third language have also scored out of out marks. Likewise, one student in Science, 20 in Social Science have also secured 100 out of 100 marks.
Administrative officers, Coordinating officers, Heads of various departments, Headmasters, Teachers, Wardens, Caretakers and non-teaching staff of the institution have congratulated all the students for producing good results.
Mysuru, May 20, 2022: “The present-day higher education will be substituted with a blended model of education in the future. The corporate culture is keen to occupy the current education system to afford technology-based course delivery in this competitive world,” opined Dr. Vimal Jerald, Assistant Professor, Computer Science, St. Joseph’s College, Trichy.
He spoke at the inaugural program of the five-day state-level workshop on ‘Learning Management System (LMS),’ organized by the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, as an initiative of IQAC.
He stressed the different modes of education that need to be provided to the students under multi-disciplinary approaches. “There is great demand for human resources with good technical skills in online teaching, which will be the era of the global education system in the future,” he said.
He also stressed the need of training the teachers with technical skills to deliver through online mode. He narrated the significance and importance of information communication through technology-mediated teaching-learning and evaluation (ICT-TLE).
Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the College, presided over the program. He spoke about the salient features of LMS and described the major role-play of the server and user interface in designing LMS.
He advised the teachers to acquire relevant skills and knowledge about LMS, and its usage to emerge as active online content developers, teachers, and evaluators.
Further, he highlighted the scope of online education about UGC’s provision of a blended mode of education and open distance learning. He also explained UGC’s notification on offering degree programs based on 40% online and 60% offline mode.
Prof. M.P. Vijayendra Kumar, Principal, welcomed the dignitaries and others. Ms. Sannidhi rendered an invocation. IQAC Coordinator Dr. N. Rajendraprasad mastered the program and gave a vote of thanks.
50 teachers and 100 students participated in the program.