“Students who are studying at Suttur are virtuous,” observed Sri Narayana Murthy, Founding member of Infosys.

Suttur, November 21, 2022: “Students who are studying at Suttur are virtuous,” observed Sri Narayana Murthy, Founding member of Infosys.

He along with his wife Sudha Murthy participated in the prayer meeting held at the JSS Residential School, in Suttur, on November 21, Monday. In his address to the students, he observed, “the JSS Residential School in Suttur has been providing free education and boarding facilities to thousands of students irrespective of caste, religion, or race. There are students here who have come from various other districts and States as well. Along with quality education, the school is providing them with free food and lodging and makes them good citizens of the country and society by equipping them with good culture. By establishing educational institutions in other countries and providing quality education, Sri Suttur Math is making a priceless contribution to society. All of you should work hard and become conscious citizens of the country and contribute to the nation,” he advised.

In her address, Chairman of Infosys Foundation Smt. Sudha Murthy recited a vachana and said, “like constant reading and hard work, concentration is also very important for the students to achieve their goals and objectives.” She also advised the students to treat teachers and elders with respect and expressed her view that proper guidance and advice are necessary for today’s society.

In his blessings to the students, His Holiness Jagadguru Sri Shivarathri Deshikendra Mahaswamiji appreciated the behavior, simple living, and down-to-earth attitude of Sri Narayana Murthy and Sudha Murthy. “This couple had to sell their jewellery to start Infosys. Starting from scratch, today, it has grown into a world-renowned organization. Today Infosys is known as one of the most reputed companies in the world and has provided jobs to more than three lakh people. Not only this, they also treat the employees as their family members. Narayana Murhty couple’s son-in-law Sri Rishi Sunak is now the Prime Minister of Britain, which once ruled our country. It is indeed a matter of pride and honor,” he added.

Heads of various departments of the School, and others were present. Coordinating Officer Sri G.L. Tripurantaka welcomed and mastered the program.