Constitutional ethics is not a topic that is deep-rooted among the people: We have to keep creating awareness – Prof. C. Naganna

Mysuru, January 26, 2022: The JSS College of Arts, Commerce, and Science, Ooty Road, Mysuru, observed the 73rd Republic Day on January 26, 2022, Wednesday.

In his address, chief guest Prof. C. Naganna, Professor (Retd.), The University of Mysore said, “India is a resource-rich country from ancient times. That is why foreigners attacked us and looted our wealth. But it was the British who stayed here and rule us for long. We got independence because of the sacrifices of many freedom fighters. Independence Day and Republic Day are two important days for us. The Constitution of India which comprises 12 volumes became a reality after three long years of discussions and consultations held post-independence. Our constitution has provided us equality, brotherhood, and freedom. One of the major points of the republic of India is considering all religions as equal. Along with economical development, social development is also important for our country. Universal alliance is important in this era. The government has to come up with rules against the increasing inequality. All the business sectors have slowed down post-COVID-19 Pandemic. Social progress will suffer if the educational sector is affected. In this context the contribution and efforts of the JSS Educational Institutions are immense. The JSS group is functioning so well due to the blessings of Paramapujya Jagadguru Sri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji,” he said.

Prof. B.V. Sambashivaiah, Chief Executive Officer of the College hoisted the national flag. Earlier the stage programs commenced with an invocation by Kum. Sushmita. College Principal Dr. H.C. Honnappa welcomed the guests. Dr. L. Vinaykumar compered. PU College Principal S. Somashekar gave a vote of thanks.