Beyond Academics

Co-Curricular Activities

Co-curricular activities facilitate the development of various domains of mind and personality such as intellectual development, emotional development, social development, moral development, and aesthetic development. Creativity, Enthusiasm and Positive thinking are some of the facets of personality development and the outcomes of co-curricular activities. Such activities which promote personality development were conducted in the school throughout the year for the all-round development of the students.

Constitution day, 26th November 2021

The existence and successful survival of democracy in diverse conditions is the most celebrated fact about our country and constitution is its backbone. The ministry of social justice and empowerment on 19th November 2015 notified the decision of the Government of India to celebrate the 26th Day of November every year as Constitution day to promote constitutional values among citizens. To reinforce the significance and importance of constitution the 72nd Anniversary of the adoption of our constitution was celebrated in our school.
The constitution day or Samvidhan divas is celebrated on November 26 in remembrance of the Father of the Indian constitution, Dr B.R Ambedkar


Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October annually to mark the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karam Chand Ghandhi, popularly called Mahatma Gandhi and regarded as the ‘Father of the Nation’. This year mark the 152nd birth anniversary of Gandhi.
It was celebrated virtually on the 2nd Oct 2021 in the presence of staff, students and parents.

HINDI DAY REPORT, 14th September 2021

Hindi Divas or National Hindi Day is celebrated every year on September 14 to mark the adoption of Hindi as the official language by the Constituent Assembly on September 14, 1949.

Hindi Day was virtually celebrated on 14th September 2021 from 12 pm to 1:00 pm.


“Freedom is never dear at any price. It is the breath of life. What would a man not pay for living”? –M.K.Gandhi

Independence day is celebrated with great zeal on 15th August every year. On this day in the year 1947, India became independent from the British colonial rule. This day we celebrate by unfurling the flag, singing the national anthem, remembering our freedom fighters etc. This celebration—which is very grand often, wakes up the people with patriotism and understands the struggle of freedom fighters to our younger generations. On this auspicious day, our honourable Prime Minister unfurls the flag at the historic Red Fort in New Delhi and people recite the National Anthem. Most importantly, he commemorates and remembers all freedom fighters due to whose struggle, made us independent and our country became an independent nation.

At JSS, celebrations like independence day are being performed with gait and nationalistic fervour—This year too was no exception though, it was celebrated virtually. The tricolour was hoisted by the main dignitary—Our Principal Madam, followed by the rendering of the national anthem. A melodious number invocating the supreme Almighty was recited by Lochan M of 6B, followed by a patriotic bliss, which was sung by Dhanyata of 10c. The Welcome address was delivered by Shubhangi of 10 A and to signify the glorious day, Miss Charvi of 10 B with her stunning speech in English, added fuel to the fire. Our Principal Madam highlighted the Glimpses of all the activities conducted in the school. On could keenly observe the vigour of the children and the teachers as they had participated in many activities. Another patriotic melody was recited by the upcoming budding talent of 7B Miss. Dhanvika Reddy which was cherished by many. The significance of the day, was pinpointed by a good speech in Kannada by Ms.Anavi of 10 C. The star attraction of the day was a graceful yoga display highlighting physical fitness activated by yoga madam Mrs.Krishna Veni and group… It was a pleasure watching it. The nice programme came to an end with the presenting of Vote of thanks by Parthic Reddy of 10C. All in all, it was a memorable event to be cherished.




This is an online innovation and design thinking course which helps the teachers become professionals by the use of principles of design thinking to solve real-world problems. It helps gain access to techniques that encourage out-of-the-box thinking to find solutions.

Guest Speakers :

28th C. Radhakrishnan On Teaching Strategies Of The 21st Century

Hosted By Hsr Bng.

29th  Dr. Gururaj Karajagi On Work – Life Balance

Hosted By Bsk Ii Stage Bng

30th Dr. Vivekananda  On Bridging The Learning Gaps And Online Tools For Effective Teaaching

Hosted By Jssps, Hbr & Dharwad

1st July Dr. Senthil Kumaran On Nurturing Leadership

Hosted By Jssps Malur


National Mathematics day was celebrated on 22nd Dec 2021 in honour of great Indian mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujam who was born on 22nd of Dec 1887 in Erode district of Tamil Nadu.

SANSKRIT DIVAS, 26th August 2021

Every year on ‘Sawan Poornima ’ according to Hindu calendar world Sanskrit day is celebrated. Being the first spoken and oldest language, Sanskrit holds its significance in the ancient history of India. As result, world Sanskrit day is celebrated all across the country in order to promote the significance and preservation of this language. Sanskrit is also considered as ”Dev Vani” which translates to the language of God.

On the auspicious 4th day of Bhadrapada [26th August 2021] samskrit day was celebrated in our JSS public school. All the samskrit students of our school had joined the celebrations.


28th February is celebrated as National science Day honouring Dr C.V Raman and his invention of the Raman Effect. The staff and the students of Jss public school also took up this day and marked it as an efficient and influential day in our calendar.    A cultural programme was presented by the students of class 6th 7th and 8th. The stage and audience were brimming with talent and enthusiasm


The 106th Jayanti celebration of his Holiness Jagadguru Sri Sri Shivaratri Dr. Rajendra  Mahaswamiji was celebrated on 16th September 2021 at our school premises.

Mahaswamiji is the 24th  pontiff of Sri Suttur Math established in the 10th century at Suttur, Mysore district Karnataka.

Swamiji who assumed the peetha in 1986 at the young age of 29 years had spiritual training under his holiness Jagadguru  Dr. Sri Shivarathri Rajendra Mahaswamiji the founder of JSS MAHAVIDYAPEETHA an educational and cultural organization dedicated to the idea of providing education not only to Karnataka but also with an aim to take up activities which could benefit the mankind.

गुरुर्ब्रह्मा ग्रुरुर्विष्णुः गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः। गुरुः साक्षात् परं ब्रह्म तस्मै श्री गुरवे नमः।। भावार्थ: गुरु ब्रह्मा है, गुरु विष्णु है, गुरु हि शंकर है।

Teachers’ Day which is celebrated to honour the memory of India’s first Vice President and to commemorate the importance of teachers in our lives was celebrated with grandeur on September 16th 2021.


Every year the international yoga day is celebrated with great enthusiasm globally with various events. Yoga practice not only makes your body healthy but also releases your mind and oozes out negativity. This year, which marks the 6th international yoga day were celebrated by students of 10th grade who presented a simple but elegant programme befitting the theme.