Category Archives: Programme Report

Prajna ’17 – Orientation Programme for College Faculty

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Ramakrishna Math, Mangalore is organizing Prajna ’17 – Orientation Programme for College Faculty on Thursday, 7th September 2017.  Entry to the Programme is through prior registration.  Interested can contact Ashrama office for more details and registration. The details of the programme are given below:

 

 

 

 

 

Interested  are requested to attend the seminars and be benefited.

Entry is only through prior registration. Registration fee – Rs.100/-  You can also register online through filling the form below.

You will get confirmation through mail and you will be required to pay the fees at the registration counter in Ashram on Programme  day. 

REGISTRATION FORM

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Prajna’15 – Symposium for College Faculty at Ramakrishna Mission on 11th Sep’15

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Ramakrishna Mission, Mangaluru organized Prajna – 2015, a full day symposium for College Faculty on 11th September 2015 in commemoration of historic address by Swami Vivekananda at the World Parliament of Religions at Chicago in 1893.

His Excellency, Sri Vajubhai Rudabai Vala, Honorable Governor of Karnataka inaugurated the Symposium. Sri N Vinay Hegde, Chancellor, Nitte University, Prof. K Byrappa, Hon. Vice Chancellor, Mangalore University were special invitees. Capt. Ganesh Karnik welcomed and introduced the guests. Swami Jitakamanandaji delivered the keynote address. Swami Sarvasthanandaji proposed the vote of thanks.

Honorable Governor stressed on the need to go back to the roots in his inaugural address. He also laid much emphasis on the inculcation of values in one’s own life as well as in education. A teacher teaches more by his example and a teacher with the heart of a mother helps the student to find and manifest his inner potential he said.  He also urged the lecturers to study Swami Vivekananda more and more and strive towards making his dream of seeing India rejuvenated come true.

About 500 lecturers and professors from different universities and places attended the symposium. All the delegates were given lunch, snacks, tiffin, tea, customized pens, notepads, complimentary booklets and participation certificates.

Swacch Mangaluru Mission in Action

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Swacch Mangaluru Mission in Action

Swacch Mangaluru for Swacch Bharath Programme started its Cleanliness drive on 1st February 2015 Sunday.

Mangaladevi Wards was cleaned on 1st Sunday.

Around 1000 youth volunteers, public and devotees cleaned the surround area of Mangaladevi Temple, Ramakrishna Math, Srinivas College etc

Swacch Mangaluru for Swacch Bharath Launching

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‘Swacch Mangaluru for Swacch Bharath’ was launched in a grand function at Ramakrishna Math, Mangaluru on 1st February 2015 Sunday.

In a nutshell, its about 4000 youths participating in the 40 weeks cleanliness drive in 40 different wards of the Mangaluru city under the aegis of the Ramakrishna Mission. This will include cleaning the localities, creating an awareness among the localites and improving the basic amenities of the region.

On the 1st February about 75 sweepers and other employees of Mangaluru City Corporation were honoured as a token of respect for the service they are contributing in rendering the city clean.

Around 1000 youths, public and devotees participated in the function.

Swacch Mangaluru for Swacch Bharath Jatha

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Ramakrishna Mission Mangaluru had organised a Jatha on 1st February 2015 to create awareness in the public about Cleanliness. Capt Ganesh Karnik, MLC and Swami Atmarupanandaji, USA flagged off the rally at Town Hall, Mangaluru. Around 500 youths had participated in the event.

Swasth Manas – Swasth Bharath: A Report

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Unclean earth which may be land, water or air, is always curse for the medical profession. However, keeping the earth clean without healthy mind will not serve the purpose, said Nitte Univerity Chancellor Dr N Vinay Hegde.

Speaking after inaugurating fourth day event organised under the theme Swasth Manas-Swasth Bharath for paramedical students as a part of Jagruth Bharath-Awakened India programme at Swami Vivekananda Auditorium of Ramakrishna Math here on Monday, he said that everyone may not be able to achieve the excellence of Swami Vivekananda, but anyone can follow certain qualities of his life.

“We respect earth as mother , so it is our duty to keep our surroundings clean. Swasth Manas or clean mind means there should not be place for hatredness, it should be clear and obligation is to treat the suffering. In the process you may have to sacrifice your personal life. Unless you use the knowledge you get from education to serve society, it would be a waste. Getting a job is not a big thing, but reaching the highest degree of fulfillment is necessary,” Hegde added.

Ramakrishna Math Adhyaksha Swami Jitakamanandaji said that body and mind have very good co-ordination. For the overall development of the personality, along with the physical health, one should have healthy mind. Good attitude always keeps the mind stressless and healthy. Such people enjoy the life and they can contribute more to others, he said.

Dr M V Shetty Group of Institutions’ Chairman Dr M Ramagopal Shetty also spoke on the occasion.

Senior monks of the Ramakrishna Math Swami Pitambaranandaji & Swami Atmarupanandaji, USA and Prof K Raghothama Rao and Padmabhushan Dr B M Hegde conducted the technical sessions. Around 450 paramedical students and doctors attended the function.

Swacch Manas – Swacch Bharath: A Report

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In his inaugural speech, SCS hospital Managing Director Dr Jeevaraj Sorake said:”though the country has got fertile land and pure water, we have not learnt to respect it. However, there is increase in the awareness about cleanliness across the nation. We should not throw wastes in City, which would help to minimise the malaria and dengue cases,” he said and promised of active participation in Swacch Mangaluru campaign. Swami Jitakamanandaji said that students should understand their responsibility and work on removing ‘developing nation’ tag. Cleanliness is not the work of the City Corporation only. but individual participation is very important. This awareness will be created by thinking. It helps to be a good citizen who can play a role in the development of the nation, he said.

Swami Atmarupanandaji said India is glorious country with rich spiritual, intellectual, cultural, scientific heritage. Swami Vivekananda had believed that India has special place in awakening of world. The country has everything it needs, but just has to learn civil cleanliness.

Speaking on ‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness – Eastern v/s Western Perspectives’ on second day of ‘Jagruth Bharath – Awakened India’ programme at Ramakrishna Math here on Saturday, Swami said that cleanliness is a compose of physical and spiritual thing. In India cleanliness come with culture and it is based on personal purity. Most of the Indians bath at least once in a day, they clean their homes, but not their streets.

However, the ‘mother earth’ concept of India is not poetical, but true. There is reason behind naming rivers after Goddesses, he said. In Western countries the concept of cleanliness was not with culture, but it has come in recent years to avoid transmission of diseases. They keep everything clean to avoid to diseasing germs, the seer said.

Indian Green Service Project Director Sri C Srinivasan Vellore, SVYM Mysore Founder Dr R Balasubramaniam, resource person Sri Vijay Nath Bhat shared their thoughts in the succeeding sessions. Mangaluru University NSS Officer Vinitha Rai was also present.