November 2021

|November 2021

Shivadeepotsava fervor at Suttur Srikshetra

Suttur, November 20, 2021: Special puja programs were held at the shrine of the Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji and the Sri Someshwara, Sri Mahadeshwara, Sri Veerabhadreshwara, and Sri Narayanaswamy temples, on Friday evening, as part of the Shivadeepotsava program. The puja was conducted in the divine presence of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

Mahamangalarathi, Praakarotsava were held as part of the special puja program. The teachers of the Suttur Music School presented a Vachana recital and devotional songs singing program. More than 25 children were given Shivadeeksha-Lingadeeksha. All the temples and the shrine was illuminated.

Seers of various maths including the Hosmatha, Kuderu, Huliyurudurga, Dandikere, Alamatti, Chunchahalli, Naviluru, Shirmallimatha, Haraguru Charamurthy, Mysuru District Superintendent of Police Sri R. Chetan, Sri Shankarshetty, Convener of the AKKA conference in America and industrialist and devotees of the surrounding villages participated.

Special lighting arrangements were made to the shrine of Adijagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara Shivayogi Mahaswamiji, at the Suttur Srikshetra on Friday night as part of the Shivadeepotsava program.

2021-11-20T09:30:35+00:00November 20th, 2021|

JSS College hosts Rangayana play on Constitution of India titled ‘Sootradaara’

Mysuru, November 18, 2021: The JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, hosted a play by Rangayana titled ‘Sootradaara,’ for the students of the College.

Sri Addanda C. Cariappa, Director, Rangayana, participated in an interaction program with the students of the JSS College after the play. In his address, he said, “There is a need to reach out the intentions of our constitution to the people. The State and Union Governments have chalked out several programs in this regard. As per the directions of the State Government, Rangayana is organizing the play ‘Sootradaara’ at several places. This play is based on the Indian Constitution. The objective of holding this play is to educate the students about the contribution of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar in the development of our constitution.”

In his presidential address, Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive, JSS College, observed, “Theater is one of the effective mediums in reaching out to the people. The effort of educating the objectives of the constitution to the people and the students through this is appreciable. The play titled ‘Sootradara,’ along with presenting the objectives of the constitution also depicts post-independent India’s situation. The objective of presenting the play is to create thoughtful awareness among everyone about our constitution. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s constitution says all are equal. All of us should strive to build an equal society to make the exhibition of such plays meaningful. Depicting the objectives of the constitution through acting is not an easy task. However, the Rangayana artists have successfully presented the play very effectively. I wish this play finds more platforms.”

In his address, the writer of the play, Sri S. Ramnath said, “Reaching out the excellence of our constitution to today’s generation is an important task. Today the right of expression is misused. The real objectives of the constitution are not perceived properly. Many people do not even know the objective behind the fundamental rights and duties. Democracy can become stronger only when everyone understands it properly. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar has given prominence to it in the constitution considering the seriousness of its need. This play ‘Sootradaara’ is written in this background,” he explained.

Prof. H.C. Honnappa, Principal, welcomed. Dr. B.S. Sudeep, Head, Dept. of PG in Kannada, mastered the ceremony and gave a vote of thanks. More than 1,000 students watched the play and participated in the interaction program.

2021-11-18T13:13:39+00:00November 18th, 2021|

100th monthly mass marriage program at Suttur Srimath

Twenty couples tied the knot at the 100<sup>th</sup> monthly mass marriage program held at the Suttur Srimath. Convener of the Mass Marriage program, Heads of various Departments of the JSS Educational Institutions, Suttur, and others were present.

2021-11-18T11:54:10+00:00November 18th, 2021|

Shivadeepotsava at Suttur Srikshetra on Nov. 19

Suttur, November 16, 2021: The Suttur Srimath will observe the Shivadeepotsava program on November 19, at the Shrines in the Srimath premies in Suttur, as part of the auspicious Kritikotsava, in the divine presence of His Holiness Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji.

The Shivadeekshe-Lingadeekshe will be held at 6.00 pm, followed by a recital of devotional songs, by the teachers of the Music School. The Mahamangalarathi and Prakarotsava will be performed at 8.00 pm. Special pujas will be held at all the temples including the Sri Veerbhadreshwara and Mahadeshwara temples.

Devotees who attend the puja and other programs are requested to follow all the COVID precautionary guidelines provided by the government.

2021-11-16T08:39:02+00:00November 16th, 2021|

Focus on promotion of women entrepreneurship needed: Dr. E. Mohanrao

Mysuru, November 15, 2021: “Women should focus on entrepreneurship. Today women are not confined to the kitchen. Including education, women are excelling in almost all the sectors. Many women have left their footprints in several sectors. Several women have set an example in the business sector too. It is high time more women should focus on business and entrepreneurship. You can get attractive jobs or even set up your own business by obtaining training in muti disciplinary subjects,” opined Dr. E. Mohanrao, Director, Khadi, and Rural Industries Commission.

He participated in a one-day special seminar on the topic, “Entrepreneurship Awareness,” organized by the Food Processing and Engineering Division, Department of Graduation and Post Graduation, JSS College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru.

Presiding over the program Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive of the college said, “Everyone should give more prominence in developing skills. Training plays an important role in developing the skills, and it also provides skill-based job opportunities.”

Dr. H.C. Honappa, Principal, Sri N. Prabhakar, Assistant Director, Khadi, and Rural Industries Commission, Sri Shashkanth, Assistant Professor, KVIC were present. Kum. Shravya, Assistant Professor, compered the program and Sri Bharath gave a vote of thanks. More than 200 students participated in the program.

2021-11-15T05:02:52+00:00November 15th, 2021|

“Youngsters should take the initiative to reduce corruption”: Sri Somanatha Rao

Mysuru, October 6, 2021: “The youngsters should take the initiative to reduce corruption in the society,” opined Sri Somanath Rao, Senior Divisional Manager, the New India Assurance Company Limited, Divisional Office – 2, Mysuru.

He participated in the Vigilance Awareness Week – 2021, “Independent India @75: Self Reliance with Integrity”, organized by the JSS College of Arts, Commerce & Science, Mysuru, in association with ‘The New India Assurance Company Limited,’ on November 11, 2021, as the chief guest. In his address, he said that corruption should be rooted out and opined that it is the duty of every student should know about the social responsibility and extermination of corruption. Every citizen should be aware of corruption. Literates should join hands to eliminate corruption from society. We should raise our voice against the widespread corruption, he added.

Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive, in his presidential address, observed that day-by-day corruption is increasing. “Corruption may be in any form. Injustice, rape, black marketing, bribery, kidnapping for ransom, and cheating cases all are forms of corruption. Irrespective caste, creed, and gender corruption is prevailing everywhere. It has become a form of social etiquette, resulting in the downfall of ethical values. The government has taken several measures to curb corruption by forming various agencies. The students should be aware of these agencies and strive to make our society free of corruption. The vigilant week is organized to create awareness among the people, and eliminate corruption which has become a social evil, he observed.

The students were administered an oath to fight against corruption. Cash prizes were distributed to the winners of the essay writing competition, organized by ‘The New India Assurance Company Limited. Girish Gowda B.R, II B.Sc. secured first place, Pruthvi Y.D., Shivaprasad N.N., and Kavya M.G., II M.Sc. student secured second, third, and fourth places respectively.

Dr. H.C. Honnappa, the Principal, welcomed the gathering. Sri Santhosh Kumar, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Kannada, delivered a vote of thanks.

Earlier, the program commenced with an invocation by Ms. M.S. Sushmitha. Dr. C.R. Madhusudan, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Kannada anchored the program.

2021-11-06T07:35:29+00:00November 6th, 2021|