Suttur, May 9, 2019: “Education without teachers is unimaginable. Teachers are those who produce the creators of a beautiful society,” opined Sri K. Jayaprakashrao, Chairman, Akhila Bharata Sarvajanika Samparka Mahamandali, South India Chapter, Mysuru.
He participated in the inauguration function of the personality development camp held for teachers, at the Suttur Srikshetra. In his address, he said, “efforts of a teacher exists behind every successful achiever. While the role of a mother in nurturing her kids is very important, the role of a teacher is also important for the intellectual development of a child. If a teacher restricts himself in teaching, nobody can obtain complete knowledge. In our country, so many national leaders have taken their time out to enjoy teaching experience. Our former President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is one among them. The teachers should strive to inculcate values and character of such great leaders,” he added.
Prof. H.S. Umesh, Principal (Retd.) expressed his view that creativity cannot be learned and used. The curriculum of each and every subject intends to provide vast knowledge. It is the duty of the teachers to know how much importance should be given to each subject, what should be taught to the children and what not. If teachers understand what is correct and required, they can easily implement it in the classroom through creative activities. Such creative thinking of teachers, activities, and teaching will enable the students to know about their strengths and capabilities. It also helps the students when they enter higher education or when they join a job. When the subject knowledge flows creatively it helps to find new ways,” he observed.
Quoting Varakavi Da. Ra. Bendre, litterateur Dr. G. Krishnappa said, “peace and co-existence prevail in a society that has awareness of the importance of knowledge, it helps in building an ideal society. The future of a country will be hopeful when culture is seeded in the children’s mind when they are still young. Hence, all of us should try to grow our children as a treasure of knowledge. Literature and knowledge increase the values of life. Literature can take a person on the right path of life. A person will become special if he possesses knowledge in science, develops a philosophical mind and a poets heart. While science gives light to life, literature provides value-based life and happiness.”
Teacher Sri Veeresh Patil in his address advised the teachers to work with social responsibility. When teachers find overflowing enthusiasm among children they should encourage them and strive to hone their skills in their area of interest.
The camp commenced with a prayer followed by yoga and meditation sessions. The participants took part in desi games enthusiastically, held in the evening.
Sri K. Jayaprakash and Prof. H.S. Umesh inaugurating the Personality Development camp for teachers organized by the JSS Mahavidyapeetha, in association with the Sri Shivarathreeshwara Dharmika Datti, held at Suttur Srikshetra. Anjum Pasha, Ma. Gu. Basavanna, H.S. Nagaraju, Smt. B. Latha, Smt. Soujanya and M.C. Devaraju are seen in the picture.
Mysuru, May 8, 2019: “Entrepreneurship is essential for self-efficiency of the public health protection system and its financial progress,” opined Dr. Vivek Javali, Head, Fortis Hospital, Bengaluru.
He participated in the valedictory of the Personality Development program organized as part of the ‘Retreat Camp for Medical Students’ held at the Suttur Srikshetra, by the JSS Mahavidyapeetha, in association with the Sri Shivarathreeshwara Dharmika Datti.
“There are a lot of hurdles in medical entrepreneurship. Efficiency and self-interest are very important for its development, organization, and management. It is possible to become a successful entrepreneur through evaluation by market research and proper investment,” he added.
Dr. (Captain) G.S. Venkatesh, former Director, KIMS, explained how the efficiency of a doctor is more important than the medicine that he gives. “Prevention of the disease is more important than treatment. If you can’t find out what the disease is despite having so much of technology and medicine, then all of those are useless. Sympathy, a strong work policy, professionalism, knowledge, confidence, and enthusiasm are a few important qualities that are required to become a successful doctor,” he opined.
Participants Sarthak, Simlam, and Kshitij explained how the camp has helped them. They appreciated for organizing the camp very neatly. Dr. Preethi Prabhu read the camp report. Dr. Suresh Babu welcomed and Dr. S. Rajendra Prasad gave a vote of thanks.
Daily the camp used to commence with a prayer, followed by yoga, pranayama, and meditation sessions.
Dr. Vivek Javali, Head, Fortis Hospital, Bengaluru, delivering a lecture at the valedictory of the Personality Development program organized as part of the Retreat Camp for Medical Students organized by the JSS Mahavidyapeetha, in association with the Sri Shivarathreeshwara Dharmika Datti, held at the Suttur Srikshetra.
JSS High School, Suttur, secures 93% result in SSLC exams
- 9 students have scored 125/125 in Kannada
- 4 students have scored 100/100 in English
- 5 students have scored 100/100 in Sanskrit
Highest marks in Kannada medium
Abhishek Sehekarappa Ullagaddi
Highest marks in English medium
Narendra Kumar Reddy
The JSS High School, Suttur, has secured 93% results in the recently concluded SSLC board exams. A total number of 509 students appeared for SSLC exams from the JSS High School, Suttur. While 473 students out of them have passed, 110 students have scored more than 500 marks. While 60 students have passed in distinction,72 have secured first class, 325 second class and 16 students have secured third class.
In English medium L. Santosh has scored 606 marks and emerged first, followed by Narendra Kumar Reddy (605). The result of English medium is 91.62%
In Kannada medium Abhishek Shekarappa Ullagaddi has secured 588 marks and has emerged first in the school, followed by Anuradha (587) in the second place. The total percentage of Kannada medium is 93.57.
A total number of 9 students including Anand, Rameshkumar, Basavaraj, Ravi Yallappa Topalakatti, Anitha Prakash Sorabad, Rayappa, Sangemsh, Shivakumar, Renukaswamy have scored 125/125 in first language Kannada.
B.J. Manjunath, H.K. Anusha, Santosh L, Amrutha R. have scored 100/100 in English language and B.H. Ishwara, Hrutika, Abhishek B, Mallikarjun Desai, Mallikarjun Gadigeppa have scored 100/100 in Sanskrit.
The Heads of various Departments of the Institution, Headmasters, teachers and non-teaching staff have congratulated the meritorious students.
Students who have scored 125/125 in Kannada
Ravi Yallappa Topalakaddi
Anitha P. Sorabad
Students who have scored 125/125 in English
Manjunath B J
Students who have scored 100/100 in Sanskrit
Mallikarjun Desai H
Mysuru, May 2, 2019: “Unexpected hurdles are common in whatever work we do. It makes us lose hope. In such circumstances, it is quite common that people get scared and disappointed. But people who possess genuine leadership qualities face the situation with a positive attitude and find the right solution,” opined Dr. C.G. Betsurmath, Executive Secretary, JSS Mahavidyapeetha.
He participated in the Personality Development programme held as part of the ‘Retreat camp held for Medical Students’, at Suttur Srikshetra. Addressing the students he opined, “developing a good leadership quality, encouraging creativity, learning from the good qualities of the followers, providing an opportunity for everybody to work independently, have a concern about personal problems of colleagues, appreciating good works done by others, are some of the good qualities of a leader.”
Dr. M.S. Visveswaraiah, of Bharath Cancer Hospital, Mysuru, in his address said, “motivating others, accepting others works or demanding, are common factors that occur in our daily personal lives. Communication plays an important role in such circumstances and it should fulfill the purpose. Good communication skills have the strength to attract all and solve any problem. Along with working skills, we should know how to talk. Good communication skills help to achieve success professionally,” he said.
Dr. H.N. Shashidhar, Psychologist, of NIMHANS, Bengaluru, in his address, said, “there are several ways to manage mental stress. Adopting exercise, good lifestyle, changing our food habits, keeping our mind and soul peaceful and calm always, developing a positive attitude, can be very helpful in managing various diseases like diabetes, blood pressure, etc.”
The camp commenced with a prayer in the early morning followed by yoga, meditation, and pranayama. The students expressed their happiness by seeing the pristine nature of Suttur Srikshetra.
Suttur, May 2, 2019: “We can achieve anything if our faith is strong,” opined Swami Sri Veereshananda Saraswati of the Ramakrishna Vivekananda Ashrama, Tumakuru.
He participated in the valedictory of the Retreat programme for Doctors held at Suttur Srikshetra. In his discourse, he said, “How can you expect love when you don’t have faith? Faith and suspicion cannot co-exist. We should develop confidence in our faith rather than overcoming suspicion. If you follow this there will be no space for suspicion. Love always gets deeper. Doctors should develop concern and love towards their patients, and patients should have faith and confidence in the treatment given by the doctors and their medicine. I wish you all become doctors who have sympathy in heart towards your patients. Please speak with your patients and their family members with love and affection and ensure that they trust you.”
Dr. Shridhar Deshmukh, Advisor, of Preventive Healthcare and Therapeutic Yoga, Bengaluru, expressed his view that there is a strong relationship between lack of nutrition and our mind. “Food is important for us, as we need strength to do our daily work. The food we consume gives strength to our body. Good food includes organically grown fresh vegetables and fruits. It keeps us active,” he added.
Participants Dr. Gurudatta, Dr. Asha, Dr. Suman, Dr. Hemalatha and Dr. Saraswatamma observed that the camp was very well organized and refreshing. Dr. Purushottam Shastry read the camp report, Dr. K.B. Chetak welcomed and Dr. K.B. Suma gave a vote of thanks.
The camp used to commence early in the morning daily with a prayer, followed by yoga and pranayama sessions.