News Updates 2022

|News Updates 2022

Free Mass Marriage program at Suttur on August 21, 2022

Suttur, July 10, 2021: The Suttur Sri Veerasimhasana Samsthana Math has been conducting monthly free mass marriage programs since February 2009, apart from the mass marriage program conducted during the Adijagadguru’s Jatra Mahotsav held at Suttur Srikshetra, with the divine blessings of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

Sri Haraguru Charamurthy will participate in the mass marriages held at Suttur Srikshetra along with the relatives and friends of the couples and bless them.

The groom should be above 21 years of age and the groom should be above 18 years of age to participate in the mass marriage program. Interested people can send applications along with the photograph of the bride and groom, along with caste certificates and certificate or school marks card copy as proof of age. Child marriages are strictly prohibited.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and government guidelines, all those who participate should compulsorily wear a mask, maintain social distancing and also undergo all other guidelines like thermal scanning, washing hands, and sanitizing.

This month’s mass marriage program is scheduled for August 21, 2022, Sunday. Those interested are requested to contact the Administrative Officer, JSS Educational Institution, Suttur, eight days before either directly by visiting the office in Suttur or call on phone number: 0821-232217, 232033, 9741342222, 9449030588 and register names.

2022-08-02T13:17:29+00:00August 2nd, 2022|

Shravana Maasa discourse commences at Suttur

The annual Shraavana Maasa discourse program held at the Suttur Srikshetra commenced in the divine presence of Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji. Mysuru District Additional Deputy Commissioner Dr. B.S. Manjunathaswamy inaugurated the program. Smt. Varsha Shivakumar, Smt. Priyadarshini Sanekoppa, Sha. Bra. Shri Sambasadashiva Swamiji, Chamarajanagara DySP Sri T.P. Shivakumar, Sri D.M. Siddalingaswamy and Prof. H.B. Devanna are seen in the picture.


Suttur, March 28, 2022: The Suranga Kavikruta ‘Trishashti Puraatana Chaaritram,” month-long discourse held at the Jagadguru Sri Veerasimhasana Mahasamsthana Math during the auspicious Shraavana Maasa commenced on Thursday, in the divine presence of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

Dr. B.S. Manjunathaswamy, Deputy Commissioner, Mysuru, inaugurated the program. In his address, he observed that the Shraavana Maasa denotes prosperity. “You can see greenery everywhere during this month. Everybody’s lives should also become green like environment, which is the objective of such programs,” he said.

Sha. Bra. Shri Sambasadashiva Swamiji of the Sri Ukkinakante Math, Maadahalli, in Hunsur Taluk presided over the program. “Guru means a person who leads others from darkness to light. You can find peace of mind by participating in such Satsang programs and listening to the discourses,” he observed.

Sri T.P. Shivakumar, Superintendent of Police, Chamarajanagara District, in his address, said that the Shraavana Maasa discourse is one among the various programs organized by the Suttur Srimath for the welfare of society. “By listening to meaningful discourses, you can develop good character and build confidence,” he said.

Prof. H.B. Devanna of the JSS College delivered a discourse on ‘Trishashti Puraatana Chaaritram,’ and teacher Sri D.S. Siddalingaswamy presented a Kavyavachana (reciting of vachanas) program.

Smt. Varsha Shivakumar, achievers of the Gurukula and devotees from the surrounding villages, participated in the program.

Smt. Priyadarshini Sanekoppa, DySP, Chamarajanagara Division, rendered an invocation. Teachers Sri S. Chandramouleshwara welcomed, and Sri Andaiah Shirurmath gave a vote of thanks, along with mastering the program.

Bheemana Amavasya special pooja: Special poojas were offered at the shrines of Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji, and the temples of Sri Mahadeshwara, Sri Someshwara, Sri Veerabhadreshwara, Sri Narayanaswamy, at the Srikshetra.

2022-07-30T12:04:31+00:00July 30th, 2022|

Peanut Chikki distribution to students program launched

Sri S.P. Udayashankar, Administrative Officer, JSS Residential School, Suttur, launched the Peanut Chikkis distribution program to the students, under the Midday Meals program, as part of the Prime Minister Poshan Shakti program, at the JSS Primary and High School, in Suttur, on July 26, 2022. Medical Officer D. Devaraj, Additional Coordinating Officer Sri Sampath, Headmaster and students are seen in the picture.

2022-07-26T13:07:06+00:00July 26th, 2022|

NCC cadets win prizes in sports and cultural competitions

20 NCC cadets of the JSS High School, Suttur, took part in the annual camp held at Mandakalli in Mysuru organized by the Mysuru NCC unit and won first prize in the sports and cultural competitions. The Headmasters and NCC Officer S. Lakshmi are seen with the cadets in this picture.

2022-07-25T13:47:00+00:00July 25th, 2022|

Selected for District-level Yoga, Chess competitions

The students of the JSS Higher Primary School, Suttur, have won in the taluk-level Yoga and Chess competitions conducted by the Department of Public Instructions, held at Nanjangud and have been selected for the district-level competitions. Headmaster G.M. Shadakshari, Physical Instructor, and other teachers are seen with the winners in this picture.

2022-07-20T11:34:55+00:00July 20th, 2022|

Free Mass Marriage program at Suttur on July 31, 2022

Suttur, July 10, 2021: The Suttur Sri Veerasimhasana Samsthana Math has been conducting monthly free mass marriage programs since February 2009, apart from the mass marriage program conducted during the Adijagadguru’s Jatra Mahotsav held at Suttur Srikshetra, with the divine blessings of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

Sri Haraguru Charamurthy will participate in the mass marriages held at Suttur Srikshetra along with the relatives and friends of the couples and bless them.

The groom should be above 21 years of age and the groom should be above 18 years of age to participate in the mass marriage program. Interested people can send applications along with the photograph of the bride and groom, along with caste certificates and certificate or school marks card copy as proof of age. Child marriages are strictly prohibited.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and government guidelines, all those who participate should compulsorily wear a mask, maintain social distancing and also undergo all other guidelines like thermal scanning, washing hands, and sanitizing.

This month’s mass marriage program is scheduled for July 31, 2022, Sunday. Those interested are requested to contact the Administrative Officer, JSS Educational Institution, Suttur, eight days before either directly by visiting the office in Suttur or call on phone number: 0821-232217, 232033, 9741342222, 9449030588 and register names.

2022-07-18T08:54:29+00:00July 18th, 2022|

94th ICAR Foundation Day

Suttur, July 16, 2022: The ICAR JSS Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Suttur, had made arrangements to view the live program of the 94th ICAR Foundation Day, held under the leadership of Union Agriculture Minister Sri Narendra Singh Tomar and Dr. Trilochan Mahapatra, Director, ICAR, from New Delhi.

In the keynote address, Smt. Divya H.V., Senior Scientist and In-charge Head, JSS KVK, explained the background and establishment of ICAR. “The Union Agricultural Ministry is publishing the success stories of 75,000 farmers across the country on the occasion of the 75th Independence Day. Out of that 110 success stories of farmers who registered progress utilizing the support and benefits of ICAR JSS KVK have also been sent to the Union Agriculture Ministry,” she observed.

In his address, former ZP member Sri Sadananda advised the farmers to use renewable energy and adopt integrated crop management and organic manure to increase their income. Progressive farmer and national award-winning farmer, indigenous seed conservator Srinivasamurthy of Siddanahundi spoke about the various indigenous paddy varieties and how it helped him to achieve success as an agriculturist. He also explained organic farming.

Smt. Divya H.V. explained the importance of seed treatment under integrated management of paddy, and the importance of maintaining balance in using chemicals, light nutrients, and fertilizers. She also spoke in detail about the dry seeder and mechanical sowing.

Scientist Sri Shamraj explained in detail the various renewable energy sources like solar energy, wind energy, and water energy and how electricity is produced using these methods. He also spoke about the importance of limited usage of petroleum and electricity.

JSS KVK assistants Rajanna, Kumaraswamy, and 52 farmers from surrounding villages participated in the program.

2022-07-16T13:30:23+00:00July 16th, 2022|

Thought of cultural awareness required: Dr. S.P. Umadevi

Mysuru, July 16, 2022: “Literacy is a pride and symbol of our culture. We can obtain knowledge from society and culture also like we get from books. In our society, knowledge sharing is happening through the society, culture and traditions from ancient times. Development of society, culture and knowledge is a continuous and uniform process. Along with literacy, we require the thought of cultural awareness, as it will develop our society, culture, our lives and contribute for our prosperity,” observed litterateur Dr. S.P. Umadevi.

She participated as a chief guest at the Cultural and Sports Competitions Prize Distribution program organized by the PG Department, JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru. In her address, she said, “students should become culturally rich. Time flies. But we have to learn as much as possible before time flies you should achieve within your time. Utilize your time properly. Don’t follow negative thoughts, don’t find shortcomings in others. Develop human values and protect your relationships and strengthen them. Don’t become platform heroes become practical heroes.”

In his presidential address, the JSS College CEO Prof. B.V.Sambashivaiah observed, “today extra-curricular activities have become a part of studies. Earlier, only interested students used to take part in cultural activities. But now everyone has to take part in it. Because, the new National Education Policty-2020 has made cultural and sports activities a compulsory part of the curriculum. By taking part in cultural activities your organizing skills, leadership qualities, your perspectives, way of thinking, communication, courage, ethics and other qualities will develop. Sports makes your body and mind strong. A healthy mind resides in a healthy body. Students should try to achieve anything good. If it is your dream to provide jobs, think of becoming an entrepreneur start companies. The government has implemented several programs and giving all the required support to encourage budding entrepreneurs. If you have the capability and courage you can also become employers.”

Prizes were distributed to the winners of various cultural and sports competitions. Endowment prizes were also distributed on the occasion.
Earlier, the program commenced with an invocation by student Kum. Sannidhi and team. Principal Prof. M.P. Vijayendra Kumar, Cultural Forum Convener Dr. M.P. Somashekar, Sports Forum Convener Sri M. Kartik were present. Kum. Chaitra mastered the program, and Sri B.M. Mahadeva Prasad welcomed the guests and the gathering. Kum. E. Sahaja gave a vote of thanks.

2022-07-16T12:35:07+00:00July 16th, 2022|

Suttur JSS Residential School Student Assn. inaugurated

Suttur, July 16, 2022: The activities of the current JSS Residential School, Suttur, were launched today.

Smt. H.S. Bindya, District Officer, Backward Castes’ Welfare Department, Mysuru, inaugurated the student association. In her address, she said, “the JSS Educational Institutions has been a boon for thousands of students. Along with a regular curriculum, extra-curricular activities are important. The students association helps in building an environment that is helpful for the overall development of the students. Only scoring more marks is not important for students, they should also develop good qualities and character. You should have a specific aim and purpose in your life. Try to identify your area of interest and strive to achieve your goals and become good citizens of the country.”

In his address, the chief guest Dr. Rudramurthy, Assistant Professor (Retd.), SJCE, Mysuru, observed that the JSS Mahavidyapeetha has been revolutionizing the education sector not only in the state and the country but also overseas. “Providing free education is appreciable. The JSS Mahavidyapeetha is providing quality education to the rural students as per the wish of His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Rajendra Mahaswamiji. I wish the students association will organize meaningful and useful programs that will develop various skills in the students in the areas of sports, science, communication skills, leadership qualities, discipline, culture, progressive thinking, and unity,” he added.

Heads of various departments of the JSS Residential School, Suttur, Sri G.L. Tripurantaka, Sri Sampath, Sri Veerabhadraiah, Sri G. Shivamallu, Sri Ma.Gu. Basavanna, Sri G.M. Shadakshari, Smt. P. Susheela, Sri Mahadevaprasad, and others were present.
Earlier the school students rendered an invocation. Smt. S.J. Sowjanya welcomed the guests and the gathering and Sri P. Chetan gave a vote of thanks. Smt. B.P. Sheela mastered the program.

Smt. H.S. Bindya, District Officer, Backward Castes' Welfare Department, Mysuru, addressed the students after inaugurating the Students Association at the JSS Residential School, in Suttur. Dr. Rudramurthy, Asst. Prof. (Retd.), SJCE, Mysuru and Heads of various departments of the JSS Residential School, Suttur, are seen in the picture.

Smt. H.S. Bindya, District Officer, Backward Castes’ Welfare Department, Mysuru, addressed the students after inaugurating the Students Association at the JSS Residential School, in Suttur. Dr. Rudramurthy, Asst. Prof. (Retd.), SJCE, Mysuru and Heads of various departments of the JSS Residential School, Suttur, are seen in the picture.

2022-07-16T12:28:51+00:00July 16th, 2022|

Small things – Big impacts

Mysuru, July 16, 2022: The Under Graduate Departments of Physics and Electronics of the JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, had organized a one-day state-level seminar on ‘Nanotechnology’ on July 15, 2022, with an objective of sharing knowledge on Nanotechnology to the students, and its diverse applications in the interdisciplinary fields covering many streams of science and engineering.

Dr. N Selvakumar, Principal Scientist, Surface Engineering Division, National Aerospace Laboratories, Bengaluru, inaugurated the seminar. In his keynote address, he observed that the Nanomaterials in the graphene family has shown promising results in several areas of science. He emphasized that different physicochemical properties of graphene have yielded tremendous results in aircraft designing. “As a lot of research is taking place in the field of nanotechnology, and as it is applicable in all the fields of life, it is desirable to have an understanding of the behaviour of substances at nanoscale when it is to be used for an application,” he observed.

Presiding over the inaugural programme, Prof. B. V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the college, expressed his view that the Nanomaterials present an enormous potential in various fields such as health care, information technology, energy, production, security and aerospace. The nano market is growing swiftly, and the presence of nanotechnology has become a reality in our daily life. However, there are unanswered questions of the impacts of nanomaterials and nanoproducts on human health and environment.

The Inauguration program was followed by three technical sessions. In the first technical session, Dr. M. Selvakumar, Principal Scientist, Surface Engineering Division, National Aerospace Laboratories, Bengaluru, shared his knowledge on “Graphene and its Derivatives for Photo-thermal Applications”. In the second technical session, Dr. N. Pradeep, Associate Professor, Mount Carmel College, Bengaluru, spoke about the “Fundamentals of Nanotechnology and Inspiration from Nature”. The third technical session was by Dr. Asha Shrinivasan, Assistant Professor, JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research, who spoke on “Nanoscience – A Subject with Myriad Job Opportunities.”

Earlier, the program commenced with an invocation by Ms. Rekha and group. Prof. M.P. Vijayendra Kumar, Principal, welcomed the guests. Mr. G. Karthik, Organizing Secretary of the seminar proposed a vote of thanks. Dr. L. Vinay Kumar, convener of the seminar mastered the programme. A total number of 365 students and teachers attended the seminar.

2022-07-16T06:32:52+00:00July 16th, 2022|