JSS Public School, Malur Scouts and Guides attended International Cultural Jamboori, at Alva's Moodbidire with the escort of teachers. Students performed a folk dance in the international event and also visited many places and gained first hand knowledge about varied cultures and monuments.
JSS Public School, Malur organized 29th Annual Sports Day on 16 December, 2022. The day was lit with colorful flags and zeal amongst the Students, Teachers and audience. In the Opening Ceremony Guard of honour was received by the Chief Guest of the program Smt. H.S Chandrakala BEO, Malur and Sri.S.H Maheshwarappa Coordinator JSS Institutions, Malur presided over the program . Sports flag was hoisted, colorful march past displayed in their best attires, sports torch was lit, and Oath was administered by the Principal L. Munikrishnappa. Track events were on full swing, lezims and dance display mesmerized the audience. Champions & winners in CCA & Sports were awarded.
JSS Public School, Malur organized National Youth Parliament Session-II held on 30 Nov,2022 which has been sponsored by Ministry of Parliament affairs, Govt, of India under the scheme of National Youth Parliament Competition. The aims of this competition are to strengthen the roots of Democracy and to enable the student community to know about practice and procedure of the Parliament. The purpose of platform is to develop in students an insight into the working Parliament Session.
JSS Public School, Malur participated in Suttur Sports Meet .Uzma Khanum of Grade VII from JSSPS, Malur bagged first place in 400 Mtrs Running Race in Inter-School Sports Meet and bought laurels to the school.
Children’s Day was celebrated on 14 November, 2022 at JSSPSM to commemorate the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru . Teachers surprised the students by conducting assembly , games were organized for students and a series of activities were conducted for students from LKG to Grade X. Students had talent show and sweets were distributed and they enjoyed to the fullest.
National Youth Day was conducted at JSS Public School, Malur on 12th January,2022 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Swamy Vivekananda. Grade VIII to X students participated in a rally displaying placards & slogans to create awareness amongst the public about the power of youth in building the nation. Speech was delivered in the assembly and made the event successful.
Kanakadasa Jayanthi was celebrated on 11 November,2022 at JSS Public School ,Malur. Students from Grade VIII to X were part of the program . Mr. S H Maheshwarappa Coordinator of JSS Institutions, Malur presided over the program. Mr. L Munikrishnappa Principal JSSPS delivered a speech on the importance of the occasion. Hymns (Keetaney’s ) were sung and speeches were delivered by the students and teachers.
Kannada Rajyothsava was celebrated with great pomp and show at JSSPS, Malur. JSS Gayatri School and JSS PU College students & staff joined the occasion . Prof. Kumari Shilpa Kannada Professor, First Grade College, Maur was the Chief Guest, all the heads of the Institution were on the dais & Mr. S H Maheshwarappa Coordinator JSS Institutions Malur ,presided over the program . Students Delivered Speeches, Songs were sung & the stage was lit with the student’s mesmerizing performances. Finally the program came to an end by distributing sweets.
JSS Institutions Malur Celebrated 107th Swamiji Jayanthi on 15th September, 2022. The programme filled the fragrance of celebration after a long time. In the divine presence of Dr. Shri Panditharadhya Shivacharya Swamiji. Shri. S.N Siddaramappa IPS, Shri.H.S Chandrakala BEO, Shri. R.C. Appaji Gowda Advocate were the chief guests of the program. A huge crowd of parents, students and staff were provided with Dasoha (lunch) as it is the legacy of JSS.
JSSPS, Malur celebrated Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Birth Anniversary as Teachers’ Day on 5th September, 2022. Students Organised the event and dedicated speeches, songs , games and many more events were conducted with loads of wishes made the event successful and memorable one.
NCC: Each One, Reach One, Teach One
To mark the Birth Anniversary of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan as Teachers’ Day JSSPS, Malur. NCC Cadets participated in the awareness program with the theme “ Each One, Reach One, Teach One.” Cadets personally reached one child and taught and made the campaign fruitful.
JSS Public School, Malur organized National Youth Parliament Session on 26 August,2022 which has been sponsored by Ministry of Parliament affairs, Govt, of India under the scheme of National Youth Parliament Competition. The aims of this competition are to strengthen the roots of Democracy and to enable the student community to know about practice and procedure of the Parliament. The purpose of platform is to develop in students an insight into the working Parliament.
In this event students from Grades 9 and 10 participated and tried effectively to create the Look of Real Parliament.
The Chief Guest of Occasion M. Nagaraj, Former MLA of Malur who was apt personality enhanced the session sharing more relevant points regarding Parliamentary affairs and its functions. He was spellbounded seeing students’ presentation and enthusiastic participation, and admired JSS Institution which is the first one in Malur which has brought the quality education. It was presided over by Mr. S H Maheshwarappa, Coordinator of JSS Educational Institutions, Malur. Mr. Munikrishnappa L, Principal of JSS Public School, Malur, who was the mentor and creator worked as the brain of the august occasion. Mrs. Shanthi M greeted the gathering and Mrs. Manjula B compered and proposed Vote of Thanks. The majestic set was created by Mr. Jeevan. The presence of Mr, Jnanamurthy and Ravi Reddy radiated the beauty of the occasion.
JSS Public School Celebrated 75th Indian Independence Day on 15th August 2022 with the theme ‘ Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav’ ie; the’ Nectar Festival’. JSS PU College, JSS Gayatri School & JSS Public School together celebrated the national festival. Students from all the three divisions displayed march past in their best attires & marching skills. To mark ‘Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav’ a series of activities were conducted from grade I-X.
The winners were awarded and appreciated for their patriotic spirit towards the nation. Dances were performed & speeches were delivered in remembrance of the martyrs. Mr. S H Maheshwarappa , Coordinator presided over the program and all the heads of the Institution were the Chief Guests for the event. Sweets were distributed to all the students and the Staff.
To Mark the 75th Independence Day with the theme ‘ Azadi Ka Amruth Mahotsav’. All the NCC Cadets participated in the march past at the Honda Stadium.
All the Cadets participated in the ‘Independence Day Virtual Run’ of 5 km and cadets also participated in ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ event to show their respect towards the nation.
JSSPS, MALUR once again roes to the pinnacles of academic excellence, with the declaration of the CBSE AISSE Class X result for the academic year 2021- 2022.
A perfect 100% has been delivered by our young achievers. Students have shown a stupendous performance with Archanaa A.M scoring the highest 96.4%, Induja .S scoring 96%, Anusha .V 95.8%, Chandan Gowda.C scoring 93.4%, Tejaswini. M with 92.4%, Nagashree with 92.2% , Bhanu priya.S with 91.8%, Likitha.N.K with 91.4%, Nikitha B.C with 91.2%, Dulcea Suresha with 90.8% and Likith .P with 90% respectively.
A total of 76 students had appeared for the examination. Out of which 36 students brought laurels to the school securing distinction, 34 First class and 6 Second class.
This excellent result is a be fitting reward for the synergic efforts of the diligent students, dedicated school faculty and ever supportive parents.
JSS Public School, Malur celebrated Investiture Ceremony on 05 July, 2022. Newly elected Captain & Vice Captain for school and the four houses ie; Ruby, Emerald, Sapphire & Topaz and Band leader were officially announced and presented the gowns of responsibility. Shri. K Ramesh KAS Tahsildar & Taluk Magistrate, Malur was the Chief Guest. Mrs.Nuzhath Muneera Principal JSSPSM administered the Oath and Sri. S.H.Maheshwarappa Coordinator of JSS Institutions , Malur presided over the programme.
JSS Public School, Malur conducted School Captaincy Elections for the academic year 2022-23. Nominated candidates in their full spirits. Campaigned and presented the best in them. Finally the election was held on 22-06-2022.
8TH International Day of Yoga was observed at JSS Public School, Malur. All the three JSS Institution’s faculty & students performed Yoga. According to the Yoga protocol asanas were performed & the benefit of adopting it in our lifestyle was highlighted. JSS Public School Principal Mrs. Nuzhath Muneera administered ‘Sankalp/Oath’. Coordinator Mr. S H Maheshwarappa presided over the programme. Yoga day was successful in enlightening the mind & soul under the able training of yoga guru Mr. Munikrishnappa. 50 NCC Cadets from JSSPS performed yoga at Honda Stadium and 50 students represented our school at the Iconic site of ‘Shathashrunga Hills’, Kolar.
Under the ‘ Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’ initiated Toycathon- 2022, conceived to challenge India’s Innovative minds to conceptualize novel Toy & Games based on Bharatiya Civilization, History, Culture, Mythology & Ethos.Toycathon 2022 is an Inter-Ministrial initiative organized by ministry of Education’s innovative cell with support from All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of Women & Child Development, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Ministry of MSME, Ministry of Textiles & Ministry of Information & Broadcasting. JSSPS, Malur ATL team ignited the budding innovators and six students were selected in national level competition & grabbed a unique opportunity to participate & present in this hands on national level competition help in MRIIRS (MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH AND STUDIES, FARIDABAD, HARYANA). In this physical edition of Toycathon 2022 Six budding innovators with two mentors from JSSPSM participated and represented our school in National level. They added one more feather to the glory of JSSPSM.
World Environment day 2022 was celebrated at JSS, Malur on June 4th & 6th to spread the awareness about the important of conserving Planet Earth, our one & only Earth with the theme “ Only one Earth “ , focuses on our role as the citizens of The Earth, to protect the environment & to encourage sustainable living everyday & everywhere.Students from class VII to X participated in different events like cleaning the campus, writing essays, poems, poster making, skit, speech etc. NCC and Scouts & Guides participated enthusiastically. Principal administered the oath & addressed the students. The awareness was created among students to act responsibly and to be the change.
JSS Public School, Malur is the only private School in the taluk with an NCC unit started in the year 2012-13 with 50 Cadets.As NCC aims to develop character, commandership, discipline, leadership, secular outlook, spirit of adventure, Sportsmanship & ideals of selfless service among the youth of the country. Every year students from the school are enrolled in NCC. This academic year 2022-23 under the guidance of Subedar Adhi Muttu & Hawaldar Basappa 14 Boys & 9 Girls were enrolled. New Cadets are ready to mould themselves to serve the nation.
National Cadets Corps (NCC) cadets of JSSPSM created awareness on Anti Tobacco Day with the Theme ‘Drugs Destroy Life’ on 31 May, 2022 Tuesday. In this Anti Tobacco Drive NCC Cadets conducted a rally, displayed placards and gave awareness speech in the assembly. The campaign highlighted on the harmful and deadly effects of tobacco use and second-hand smoke exposure and to discourage the use of tobacco in any form.
72nd Republic Day was celebrated by JSS Public School Maluru on 26th January, 2021. All the heads and staff members of the JSS Educational Institutions Maluru took part in the celebration. The National flag was hoisted by Sri. Maheshwarappa S H, coordinator, Maluru. Patriotic songs were sung by the teachers. A speech in English about fundamental rights and duties was delivered by Smt. Nuzhath Muneera, principal. Our school NCC students took part in March Past in the Republic Day function held at Honda Indoor Stadium, organized by Municipal Corporation, Maluru.
The National Voters’ Day was celebrated in JSS Public School, Malur on January 25 every year since 2011, all across the country to mark the foundation day of Election Commission of India, i.e. 25th January 1950. The Theme for this year’s NVD is ‘Making Elections Inclusive, Accessible and Participative’ The main purpose of the NVD celebration is to encourage, facilitate and maximize enrolment, especially for the new voters. Dedicated to the voters of the country, the day is utilized to spread awareness among voters and for promoting informed participation in the electoral process. Students presented a skit with placards to create awareness, speeches were delivered by students and teachers.
“Arise! Awake! and stop not until the goal is reached.” – Swami Vivekananda12th January, the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda was celebrated as National Youth Day to honour his contributions and to propagate his philosophy and the ideals. The main objective of celebration is to promote rational thinking among the youth of the country. On this occasion in JSS Public School, Malur had organized a programe and students from grade IX & X presented speechs to awake the youth. The students sang melodious songs and participated in large number.
On 22nd November 2021, Kanakadasa Jayanthi was celebrated in JSS Public School, Malur. All the heads and staff of JSS Institutions, Malur took part in the function. Speech in English and Kannada were Presented by Students.
Yashwanth Raj D J of Class X Tagore and Induja S of Class X Kabirdas of JSS Public School, Malur won the Certificate of Achievement for Best State Level Entry in Painting Competition held at National level on ‘Oil & Gas Conservation’, conducted by Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Govt, of India.
On 2nd October 2021, 106th Jayanthi of Sri Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji and Gandhi Jayanthi were celebrated in JSS Public School, Malur. All the heads and staff of JSS institutions, Malur took part in the function. Bhajans were recited by the students.
On 15th August 2021, 75th Independence Day was celebrated with patriotic fervour in JSS Public School. The national flag was hoisted by the chief guest Sri Appaji Gowda , Legal Advisor, Malur. All the heads and staff of JSS institutions , Malur took part in the function. Speeches were delivered by the students.
On 3rd December 2020 Kanakadasa Jayanthi was celebrated in the school. A speech in kannada was delivered by Sri. Manjunatha G, Kannada Teacher. Keertanas of Kanaka Dasa were recited by the teachers during the function. Principal and teachers took part in the function.
On 1st November 2020, JSS Educational Institutions, Malur jointly celebrated Kannada Rajyotsava in the campus. The function was presided by the coordinator, Sri. Maheshwarappa. All the heads of the institutions and teachers took part in the function.
On 31st October 2020 birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was observed as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas ( National Unity Day) through various Virtual activities to the students from the classes VI - X. Activities like, A pledge on Ekta Diwas, Essay Writing, Poster making, slogan writing, Online Quiz were conducted.
On 15th October 2020, CORONA – “Hedarike beda, Echara Irali”, a skit in Kannada was presented by the staff of JSS public school, Malur. The video of the skit was circulated in the class whatsapp groups to emphasise the importance and significance of following the covid related social behaviour norms including wearing masks, social distancing and hand hygiene during the upcoming festival season.
Mental Health Week was observed from 4th to 10th October, 2020. Teachers narrated stories through virtual classes to provide psychosocial support to students for mental health and emotional well being during covid-19 outbreak. Students also took part in the activities like poster making and slogan writing for creating awareness on mental well being.
On 2nd October 2020 birth anniversaries of Mahathma Gandhiji and Lal Bahadhur Shastri were celebrated on 2nd October 2020 in JSS institutional complex, Malur. The function was presided by the coordinator Sri. S. H Maheshwarappa. Songs and Bhajans were recited by the teachers. Mr. Munikrishnappa L, social science teacher delivered a speech in Kannada remembering the great works of Mahathma Gandhiji.
Students of class VI to X took part in the activities like home cleanliness, slogan writing, poem composition, poster making, essay writing, handwriting, yoga and meditation and caring animals which were part of 150th commemoration of Mahathma Gandhiji Jayanthi celebration.
Students of class IX and X took part in the online quiz on Discover Gandhi conducted by CBSE.
86 students of class VII to X took part in the webinar on Student Solar Ambassadors Workshop.
On 15th September 2020, 105th Jagadguru Dr.Sri Shivaratri Rajendra Mahaswamiji Jayanthi was celebrated jointly by JSS Educational Institutions, Malur. The chief guest Sri Narayana Kumar, Senior Lawyer, Malur, inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp. Bhajans were recited by the teachers. Sri. Chandrashekar B N, Kannada lecturer, JSS PU College, delivered a speech regarding Swamiji’s life and his contributions in education field. Sri. Maheshwarappa S H, coordinator, all the heads of the institutions and teachers took part in the function.
On 15th August 2020, Independence Day was celebrated in the school. The flag was hoisted by the Chief Guest Smt. Parvathamma B, Prl. Civil Judge, Malur. She shared details about India’s struggle for Independence and freedom with the students and urged them to keep the flag of the nation flying high as the citizens of tomorrow. The students witnessed the event virtually. Sri Maheshwarappa S H, coordinator, all the heads of the institutions and teachers took part in the function.
The International Day of Yoga has been celebrated at school virtually by the teachers and students.
World Environment Day has been celebrated at school by the teaching and non-teaching staff and virtually by students.
May Day has been celebrated as "Labour Day". The students prepared and presented elocutions and drawings about the labour day.