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Upcoming Events
World No Tobacco Day
May 31, 2015
 
Presntation on Solar Roof top program in BESCOM
Jun 03, 2015
 
World Environmental Day
Jun 05, 2015
 
Vocational Excellence Award
Jun 10, 2015
 
Joint Board Meeting
Jun 12, 2015
 
World Blood Donor Day
Jun 14, 2015
 
Talk on Prostate Health by Dr Muni Reddy
Jun 17, 2015
 
Awards Ceremony
Jun 20, 2015
 
Father's Day
Jun 21, 2015
 
President Nite
Jun 24, 2015 7:00 PM
 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Mansuruddin M D
May 1
 
Shamsundar C N
May 7
 
Hedge Devendra
May 9
 
madhu Reddy
May 10
 
Arunkumar B S
May 13
 
Maheshchandra B K
May 14
 
Balasubramanium K V
May 16
 
Ramaprasad HR
May 18
 
Nagendra Babu N.P
May 23
 
Prafulla Thumati
May 26
 
Srini Srinivas
May 31
 
Spouse Birthdays
Gowri Srinivas
May 1
 
Vijaya
May 14
 
Shanthala Dr
May 17
 
Savitha
May 26
 
Padma Priya P
May 29
 
Anniversaries
Sujay M.S
Vydhurya M.S
May 1
 
Puttaraju C R
Vijaya C P
May 3
 
Suresh Bhat
Revathi Suresh
May 9
 
Naveen CB Basavaraju
Sunitha
May 14
 
Sridhar BR
Rekha sridhar
May 15
 
K.G. Subbarama Setty
May 16
 
Prakash D L
Usha
May 17
 
Narayan Setty S A
Rathna
May 19
 
Suresh M N
Srimathi M S Suresh
May 20
 
Balasubramanium K V
saavithri K B
May 22
 
Ramakrishna T
Mokshayani R
May 22
 
Shamsundar C N
Late Shruthi Sham Sundar
May 23
 
Ghorpade S B
Kala
May 26
 
meena M S
Kumaraswamy S S
May 29
 
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According to a 2012 report by UNICEF and the World Health Organization, Ghana has made great strides in providing its people with clean drinking water. But access to better sanitation has lagged. Only about 14 percent of Ghanaians have access to improved facilities, compared with the 54 percent target set for 2015 by the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. Addressing the issue isn't simple, as pit latrines need emptying, toilets need maintenance, and promoting hygiene requires education. The H2O Collaboration, a partnership between Rotary and the U.S. Agency for International...
 
Two years ago, U.S. Rotary members in Maine set out to improve the education system in Bikaner, Rajasthan, an Indian city near the border of Pakistan. The Rotary Club of Kennebunk Portside chose Bikaner because club member Rohit Mehta was originally from the area and had connections there. Mehta put the club in contact with Rotarians in India to provide desks for four government-run schools. But when community leaders returned with a request for more desks, the Maine Rotarians decided they had to think bigger. The Rotary Foundation had rolled out its new grant model, which required that the...
 
Enjoying calm winds and peaceful Pacific waters, Seung Jin Kim dove off his 43-foot sailboat, the Arapani, to swim with some dolphins nearby. The serenity that day near the equator was a stark contrast to the 60 mph winds and 23-foot waves he had to fight around Cape Horn, the southern tip of South America. But Kim, a veteran sailor and member of the Rotary Club of Seokmun, in Chungcheongnam, Korea, expected such challenges when he set out in mid-October on a 25,600-mile journey around the world. In addition to fulfilling a lifelong dream, Kim is using the trip to raise awareness and funds...
 
After the first cases of Ebola reached Liberia's capital, Monrovia, last June, local Rotary members feared that the city's limited health care system wouldn't be able to contain the highly infectious, often-deadly disease. Those fears were realized when infections quickly multiplied, underscoring the speed with which Ebola can spread in an urban center. It was the first time the hemorrhagic fever had threatened a major city since it erupted in West Africa last March. Now, after months of crisis-level response, and with the number of new cases declining, club members are looking to the long...
 
Despite his longstanding interest in polio eradication, polio was not on Joe Pratt's mind as he prepared for a mid-April 2012 climb of Mount Everest, the highest mountain on earth. But that changed in late 2011, when the resident of Nottingham, New Hampshire, USA, participated in a polio immunization project in Pakistan with fellow Rotary member Steve Puderbaugh. Moved by the efforts of the Pakistanis to battle the crippling disease, and by the vulnerability of the young victims, Pratt reset the focus of his climbing adventure. Pakistan is one of three countries where polio has never been...
 
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To create a massive awareness about the prevention and immunization of this cancer, Rotary Bangalore South in association with Parimala Hospital, Bilekahalli, Bangalore is conducting a Mega CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING CAMP at Rajarajeshwari School, Mathikere on 31/05/15 from 10 am to 6 pm, District Governor Rtn Manjunath Shetty M will inaugurate the event at 9:00am(INVITATION ATTACHED).  The camp aims to cover nearly 1000 women in 8 hours making it one of the largest ever screening camps for cancer cervix in the world. If this target is achieved it will create a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORD.  The camp is supported by Need to Need Foundation, Cancer Care India and Swaasthya Health Foundation,Bangalore. 

 I request your gracious presence for the event.

 click here for the route map

 

 
13 Rotarians including 6 Rotarians from Rotary Bangalore South Participated in cycling at Paris countryside for 3 days as part of the event from  International Fellowship of Cycling Rotarians Dist 3190. Rotarian Isabelle from Rotary Club Villapinte Expositions organized all the logistics for the cycling in association with St Mard Cycling Association.It was a memorable experience for all the cycling Rotarians at  cycling in beautiful countryside of Paris, family members also joined the tour and enjoyed sightseeing at Paris. Rotary club of Montreul organized family gettogether with karoake music followed by dinner at their weekly meeting.
 
 
A flagship project of RBS was inaugurated by Prof. Rajeev Gowda, former Professor in Economics, I.I.M , Bangalore and  Rajyasabha member, elected from Karnataka. As usual, the program commenced with silent invocation praying for World Peace. President Rtn Sridhar, while welcoming the guest and invitees, informed about the various Community Service projects undertaken by the club. Rtn. Babu Shankar, chairman of the project gave a brief note of the project details and informed that the note books are brought out in 100, 200 and Long Note Books form, which will reach about 40,000 poor and needy students particularly from rural areas. He mentioned that the project is very close to his heart and it  is this project which attracted him to become a Rotarian. He congratulated PP, Rtn. Ramanath for initiating this project in our club.
 
Prof. Rajeev Gowda, applauded the activities of our Rotary club, and suggested to train the youngsters to understand their inner strength and advance further in the same direction. Career counseling sessions need to be conducted at rural places at the same time impart training in use of modern techniques. He expressed his happiness over the projects undertaken by RBS for spreadnig literacy and helping the students.
 
He informed that India has overtaken the growth rate of China. He expressed his concern that the state of poor children for persuasion of studies is still below the expectation. He acknowledged the contribution of Sam Pitroda in revolutionizing the communication system. He recalled the days when people used to wait years to get a telephone connection to their places. He said not merely providing the first job to our youngsters is not sufficient , but there is a pressing need to identify their skill , strength and interest and make them flourish with proper support and encouragement. Rtn. Balaraj, Secretary, while introducing the Guest, said that his father was a speaker of Karnataka Assembly and uncle was a Cabinet Minister who were visionary leaders. He also informed that Prof. Gowda, has made a significant contribution to the nation as a member of RBI Board.
Sri T. Srinivas, Director, community Service proposed vote of thanks and thanked all the donors who supported the AKSHARA Project.
 
Rotary National Para Badminton tournament was organized in association with Badminton Sports Association of India for Challenged on 6th and 7th May at Dr Ambedkar Stadium,Bangalore. 20 top rank players across India participated in various categories(Wheel Chair-1,  Wheelchair-2,   Men & Women,  Singles & Doubles).The winners were honored with medals by Dist Governor Rtn Manjunath Shetty M and Commissioner for Handicap Mr Rajanna. On the same occasion Rotary Bangalore South contributed Rs two lakh towards Nepal Relief fund.
 
Following the success of Kodachadri trekking, Rotary Bangalore South organized a relatively easier trek at Nandi Hills for rotarian families. About 25 members of all ages enjoyed the short trek up the hill. The trek ended with a sumptious breakfast atop the hill. The enthusiasm shown by senior rotarian Dr. Rajashekhar Shetty proves that age is not a bar if one is keen on doing what they enjoy!
12th April
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A talk was organized by our club by a well known trainer Anuradha Shukla on how to mange stress .She said certain changes in programming the mind can bring drastic changes .
She suggested a simple and practical suggestion.
*Take a book and list out happy things; like the food I love, the enjoyable aspects of work. Doing this activity can shift the vibration of a person to something positive.
* Another solution she suggested was going back to our childhood or bring back the child in oneself. These efforts will bring happiness and relive from stress. Children wil not have any stress.
*Never allow some one to control your life.
* Whenever your inner soul changes, your outside world also change.
*She also taught MUDRAS derived from our vedic culture are very scientific and result oriented.
* Molecules attract the people in the universe, relating to the same is nothing but a sort of Meditation.
She also answered some of the questions asked by the members present. Members present in the meeting appreciated her view points.
 
Mr. Balz Trasser, Indian Consulate General,Switzerland, delivered a talk on SECRETS OF  INNOVATIVE MEASURES OF SWISS ON 1ST APRIL, 2015. He made a presentation of the contemporary scenario and Swiss bench marking in the field of education, science, commerce and technology. He told some of the worlds best universities are in Switzerland and invited to explore the investments in his country. He also said the worlds best banks are also situated in Switzerland. The Government is very pro active in rendering help, guidance and support for the entrepreneurs. He said investment climate is one of the best in the world and ranks in top five in each and every area of focus.He said the natural resources and climatic conditions are  very conducive.He replied to several queries made by the members present.
 
Rtd ACP Mr Ashok Kumar gave thrilling talk on his experience as a police officer and narrated the encounters he faced during his stint as a police officer.He was installed as a Honorary member of our club. On the same day a needy dental student from Govt Dental College received Rs 22000=00 from Rtn Dr R K Chetty Scholarship Endowment fund for Dental Student.
 
On 17th April 2015, twenty run away children were reunited with their children at Yeshwanthpur Railway Station in association with NGO SAATHI. On the same occasion school kits were donated to all the kids to motivate them to rejoin schools.
 
 
Ms. Victoria, Director, GECS, India in her presentation on International Education informed that the education abroad is no longer a difficulty and it is affordable. She said the education to our Indian students sent abroad for furthering the studies will give them more confidence, expose to world, provide an opportunity to know the world better and learn the skills to face global competition which is very tough. 
The education in India is good but more academic oriented. Though there are several management schools there is no M.S. course in Management.The type of education in the European countries has a difference. The faculty are only fecilitators to study and there will be less teaching. They are exposed to  various sources of knowledge.
She explained about the various courses available in Australia, Singapore, UK, USA.Canada, France , Holland, Switzerland etc. She informed that Courses in Germany are more affordable and recognized world over. She offered that counselling will be done  free of charge.Ms. Victoria expressed her desire to associate with Rotary for any literacy and educational activity.
On the same occasion Monthly Magazine Vista was released by PP. Rtn Maheshchandra B K and Editor Rtn Chandrashekar K R.

 
 
Rotary Bangalore South has organised the talk on Union Budget 2015, specially the Direct Taxes proposals tabled by Union Finance Minister Sri Arun Jatiley. Our own PP Rtn. K. Ramanath was the guest speaker on the above subject. Rtn. K.Ramanath does not need introduction as he is well known practicing Chartered Accountant. He presented through PPT the budget proposals on Direct Taxes in simple language.
He explained that Government has not  increased either the basic exemption or 80C savings. He also informed that Government has increased the deduction under section 80D for mediclaim from 15000 to 25000 and for senior Citizens from 20000 to 30000. He also explained that withholding tax for transporters with PAN number is zero provided the fleet is less than 10 vehicles. TDS on interest on deposits is now extended even to cooperative societies and banks. All immovable transactions above 20000 to be through cheque/bank transfer only. Service tax is now increased to 14% and the effective date to be announced.
He also explained other important amendments about payments to non residents, abolition of wealth tax and change in return form to include assets, increase in surcharge of 2% for above 1 crore taxable income,, etc.He clarified the various points raised by members.
 
On the Occasion of World Health day, two medical camps were organized at Asaktha Posaka Sabha and Sarjapura Govt Primary School.
Senior Citizen Sangha of Rotary Bangalore South, Rotary Bangalore South and Rotary Bangalore Spandana had organized medical checkup camp for Inmates of Asaktha Posaka Sabha and family members of Rotarians, Rtn Dr Rajashekara Shetty H V and Doctors from BGS Global Hospital did Heart Screening, Othopedic and Neurology Consultation.Dr Jayashree Bhat Opthamologist from Eydentity multispeciality hospital  did workshop on correct selection and use of spectacles, Dr Neelima cosmologist did workshop on skin care.the program was organized on 19th March 2015.
Another Medical Camp was organized for the parents and students of Sarjapura Government Higher Primary School, neay 300 people were screened for General Health, Dental and Eye from Doctors from Victoria Hospital and BW Lions Eye Hospital, special thanks to Rtn Dr Anegundi for successfull completion of medical Camp.
 
100 Visually impaired students from Karnataka Welfare Association for the Blind  received Braille books from Rotary Bangalore South, President Rtn Sridhar B R, Rtn Krishnamurthy M, Rtn Jayachandra Aradya graced the program. Speaking on the occasion, the president of the association Mr Parashivamurthy thanked RBS for donating Braille books and water filter and requested Rotary Bangalore South to help to set up a Vocational Centre.
 
Rtn Dr. H.V.Rajashekara Setty, the in-house guest speaker for the weekly meeting held on Wedenesday the 11 th March 2015  spoke about the killer viruses. He said that it is better to avoid sitting in AC theaters, participate in get to-gethers and meetings as there were more chances of getting infected with KILLER VIRUSES. A joint meeting was arranged  with Rotary Bangalore South Senior Citizen Sangha in which Dr. HVR Setty made a very informative presentation about the causes for the dreaded disease, its effect , prevention and treatment.
The other important points he narrated were
* Swine flu is contagious, and it spreads in the same way as the seasonal flu.
*Most symptoms are the same as seasonal flu. They can include: Cough, fever, sore throat, stuffy or runny nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue.
Dr. Setty suggested the following prevention steps to be on the safer side. Hand wash with soap and water/ alcohol based sanitizer. Wash when you touch door knobs, computer keyboard, hand rails and phones when you suspect contact with a swine flu patient. During epidemics avoid crowds, parties, especially when people with cough and cold are present. Do not eat snacks out of canisters. Gargle with warm water/ warm salt water. Turn away from coughing persons/ covering your nose and mouth with handkerchiefs.
Report by Rtn Balaraj P C.
 
On 25th March, over 400 members from 15 clubs had a wonderful evening with entertainment by Mrs Sudha Barguru stand up comedy. The audience were in splits and enjoyed the interactive comedy night by Mrs.Sudha. A lucky draw was held and prizes were given away to 10 lucky winners. Thanks to Family and fellowship committee  chairman Rtn Nageswar for chairing the event. The program was followed by delicious dinner.
 
Rotary Bangalore South
IIA
 Rashi Dinesh Verma – Green Building Award
 
Rotary Bangalore South has instituted the above award for promotion of Architectural Design that has adopted innovative techniques in Sustainable and Green Design , completed before 01 January 2015, and in full occupation.
 
Rotary Bangalore South as part of it community  service activities has been involved in many projects directed towards the cause of Good environment through tree planting, providing safe water and sanitation facilities.  It has honoured many experts in the field of medicine, agricultural science education and other fields as part of its vocational service activities.
 
Member of Rotary Bangalore South  Rtn. S.N.Ramesh is an ardent lover of green environment and has developed many eco-tourism projects at many locations. A disciple of Ar.Dinesh Verma, a leading architect of Bangalore, he has sponsored this award in honour of and gratitude to his mentor.
 
The competition is open to all Architects within the State of Karnataka and registered with the Council of Architecture and who are members of Indian Institute of Architects. Those architects who are not members of IIA may submit their entries along with application for membership with requisit Demand draft for membership fee. 
 
A specially designed Trophy and Certificate will be awarded to each winning and runner-up entry, selected by a distinguished jury of Architects and eminent citizens.
 
An individual / firm can make any number of submissions to any of the categories.
 
The last date of submission of the entry is 10th May 2015.
 
CATEGORIES - Residential development excluding mixed - use.
A. Single dwelling units - to include for independent villas, farm house , vacation home.
B. Low-Rise Residential Developments - to include for multi-dwelling units upto Ground + Four Floors       
C. High-Rise Residential Developments - to include for multi-dwelling units above five floors.
 
SUBMISSIONS.
1. All entries to be submitted as hard copies mounted on A2 size sun-board panels of 3mm thickness, and a CD/DVD with soft copies of panels, PPT, profile and concept.
 
Category A shall have a maximum of 3 panels ; Category B and C shall have a maximum of 6 panels.
 
2. All entries to have a write-up on maximum 2 nos. A4 size sheets to explain the design concept and salient features of the project pertaining to Sustainability and Green Design.
 
3. All entries to have a covering note on A4 paper with the following information -
 
   a. The name of the design practice.
   b. Address , telephone nos. , email for correspondence.
   c. The team - Clients name and address , Design team , Consultants names and addresses , Contractors names and addresses.
   d. Address of project.
   e. IIA membership no. or IIA membership form filled in, with DD.
                                     
Entries shall be sent to
Rtn.S.Srinivas, Chairman, Green building award committee
C/o Srinivas and Khan
Architects and interior designers
102, 1st cross, Victoria Lay out,
Bangalore 560047
ph:-08025366778/9886295831