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Scholarship Award program 2018-19 was held at V.V.N Auditorium on 21st  November 2018 in the August presence of DGE. Rtn. Dr. Sameer Hariani.
BMSCE AAA, BSRT Sharadamma Tambhi Chalamaiah endowment, donations from Rtn. Dr. R.K Chetty, Rtn. Nagaraj, PDG Rtn. M.N. Suresh, Rtn. Dr. RajashekarSetty, BIT AAA endowment, Rotary Bangalore Spandana, International District-5340, Rotary Club of Del Mar Solana Beach together generated a huge amount of Rs. 22,00,000/-. This project has benefited to more than 160 meritorious students from disadvantaged background.
Rotary Bangalore South is conducting State level chess competition for Rotarians, Anns, Annets, Rotaractors and Interactors on age and gender category.
We are conducting this competition since four years, more than 300-400 brilliant participants are participating and enjoying this event.  This event jointly conducted with Chess Shoot academy and United Karnataka Chess Association.
This is the first time we are conducting for Rotary Family for the District 3190.  The participants will get into the Ranking system along with winners, runners trophy.  Even other Rotary District can participate.
*Entry Fee:* which you can pay at venue.
Rotarians / Anns: Rs.500/- only, Rotaractors / Interactors / Annets: Free
*Venue:* Vasavi Educational Trust School (VET), Diagonal Rd, Parvathipuram, Vishweshwarapura, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru – 560004
  • Rotarians: No age limit, open category
  • Anns: No age limit, open category
  • Annets & Interactors: below 10 yrs, below 14 yrs, below 18 yrs
  • Rotaractors: aged between 18-28 yrs
*Date & Time:* 12th Jan 2019, 9am to 4pm
The interested participants please register with **
*For more information please contact:*
Rtn.Jayachandra Aradhya.M.S   – 7090247365
Rtn.Usha Dongre                       – 98440 32674
*Please send registration info:*
Moog Controls India as part of CSR activity in  association with IEEE and Rotary Bangalore South initiated  solar-powered portable projector-based e-learning units to 25 Government and Aided High Schools in Bangalore  Rural Districts. Audiovisual lessons as per Karnataka State Syllabus for Mathematics and Science is provided with the units. Further, as the projector is Android-enabled, teachers can access Internet on the projector to show relevant Youtube videos and other online content relating to Social Studies, Hindi, Kannada and English subjects. Teachers can also attach pen drives to laptops that connects to the projector to show lessons developed by them or provided by the Education Department. In addition each school has been given a video surveillance system and physical infrastructure such as desks. This initial project has covered 5 government schools in Anekal Taluk in Bengaluru rural district.  The target is to complete 20 more schools in the near future.
Mr Venkates, Director Moog Controls,  Mr Harish from IEEE , and other dignitories from Moog Control, IEEE and Rotary Bangalore South graced the occasion.
Rotary Bangalore south sponsored to conducted Dexterix-Technical fest on 2nd & 3rd Nov 2018., conducted 32 events of technical Inter college competition to college students at Atria Institute of Technology, Bengaluru.
Final Scholarship Students for the year 2018-19.
Scholarship Award program is on 21st Nov 2018 at 6:00pm at VVN Auditorium.
1. Bmsceaat Scholarship:- Click Here
2.Degree Students:- Click Here
3.Engineering Students:-Click Here
On the 26th Dec 2015 a fund raiser program “Udàn” was organized by Rotary Bangalore South in association with BIT American Alumni Association, BIT staff and Rotary Westlake Village at Kuvempu Kalakshetra, KIMS-BIT campus. Two annettes from Rotary Westlake Village, CA, USA had collected funds from rotary clubs in US to provide water filters to rural schools in India. On 26th they gave a dance performance to raise more funds for their favorite charity and to raise funds for scholarships for engineering students.
Apart from President and Secretary of Rotary Bangalore South, the dais was graced by Dr. Nataraj, Principal of BIT, Mr. Sadashiva Reddy, President of BIT Alumni Association, Rtn, T. Srinivas, Chairman of Scholarship Committee, Rtn. M.R. Shivaram, Director of Community Service, Rtn. Poornima Prasad and Mr. Subir Prasad of Rotary Westlake Village. President of RBS, Rtn. Dr. Jaiprakash welcomed the gathering and gave a brief background of the day's event. Mr. Subir Prasad spoke about the contributions made by BIT alumni in US and Rtn. Poornima Prasad briefed about how the girls raised funds for water filters.
A scintillating Bharatnatyam dance was performed by interactor sisters Anya and Amiya. After the performance, symbolically, 10 school children were handed over the water filters. Flags of Rotary Bangalore South and Westlake Village Rotary clubs were exchanged between the two. Mr. Chandrakanth, Subir Prasad,  Rtn. Jai Prakash , Rnt. M. R. Shivram  and other major donors for the  scholarship fund were felicitated. President acknowledged the efforts of BIT staff, Rotarians and the several others. There were nearly 350 people- BIT alumni, students, volunteers, family and friends who witnessed the program. Let us cheer to the fact that around Rs. 12 Lakhs has been collected for ROTARY BANGALORE SOUTH-BITAAA scholarship and USD 1,750 for water filter program.
On 6th October 2018,Saturday, Rotary Bangalore South  members met at UVCE to screen 365 applications for UVCE scholarship for the year 2018-19. A cheque for $ 50,000 was handed over to BSRT on this occasion by UVCE -American Alumni Association (UVCEAAA). Congratulations to Rotary Bangalore South.
7 Th April 2018. Saturday, Weekend program. All the RBS members with families watch a popular and Good Movie- ‘ tagaru” at Santhosh Theater, Enjoy a nice Dinner at the theatre corridor.- Totally Free; Donations towards community service welcome.
 41 st  meeting on 11.04.2018. Wednesday : Talk by ALKA KEJRIWAL, FROM MUMBAI ;  sub; SUZOKE , ALTERNATIVE THERAPY AT VASAVI VIDYA NIKETAN
42ndt meeting 18.04.2018. speaker meet at Jain heights, solus. Details will be circulated later.
43rd  MEETING  ON  25.04.2018. Cultural Program;  Ann Gowri Srinivas and group; family meet, followed by Dinner hosted by
Rtn. Jagadeeshwar
      2. Welcome Address by Rtn. P. C. Balaraj, President.
3. Introduction of Speaker Rtn. S.Srinivas, by……….
5. Talk byPP Rtn. S. Srinivas- sub; Sanskrit Swaarasya.
6 Announcements Vote of Thanks by Rtn. T.SRINIVAS, Secretary , R.B.S.
Member Birthdays:
  • Jayachandra Aradhya M S  April 1
  • Manjunath K
Hemalatha V  April 5
Padmashree awardee Rtn.Dr.John Ebenezer gave presentation and talk on Modern Musculoskeletal problems which is common disability in the world on 7th March 2018 at RBS weekly meeting conducted at VVN auditorium, Bengaluru
Greetings to all the members and readers.
Important Religious and National Festivals are being celebrated with all the enthusiasm and  fervor.. Lina joins me in wishing you all a very happy Navarathri.
It is 62 days since My team took the mantle of this Club. Progress gives us happiness , but not the contentment. Lot more to be done in the next few weeks.
GST has set a not so happy mood in the business class, Hence mobilisation of funds for service activities have become all the more difficult.
A big silver line is that major projects are taking shape.
*. Inauguration of Sompura School building,  a significant project taken up in the previous Rotary Year with the help of Sabic is a great service to the community in the filed of Rural Primary  Education.the construction and design was succesful in attracting appreciation from the Partners of the Project and Govt Officials as well as Political leaders.
*.Immediate plan on our drawing board is Mega Scholarship event. Applications started poring in online. The Scholarship Committee and students are eagerly awaiting for 25th October 2017 to witness the event.
*. It is contemplated to bring out our RBS Roaster for the year 2017-18., we seek the co operation of all the members in providing the latest photographs and updated details regarding their Profession, Address, and family .*
. It is with very immense pleasure, I state that our Project  ( approx Rs.  39 Lakhs ) for putting up100 comfort Stations in and around Santhekallahalli is going on in full swing and likely to be completed before the end of this calendar year.
* Necessary approvals for construction of New buildings of Five govt Primary Schools  are in the pipeline. ( Project Cost approx Rs. 150 lakhs )
*. A project under Matching Grant to provide Dialyses Medical equipment at  an approximate cost of 36 lakhs is almost through, waiting for the formal approval.
Most heartening news is that Rtn. T. Srinivas,  Secretary, RBS has announced a Matching contribution of Rs. 3 lakhs towards Scholarship in addition to the contribution made by him to the Thambhi chalamaiah Setty Shardamma Endowment  for Scholarship.
*. Our team is working out detailed plans to organise ROTO UTSAV  2017 in a big manner.
Look forward for total support from each one of you in serving the community in a still better way.
Yours in rotary,
Balaraj PC
Rotary Bangalore South with CSR Partner SABIC, Restored Dilapidated Governement School at Sompura Village, Anekal Taluk on 29th August 2017.
Greetings from Rotary Bangalore South, 
Applications for the scholarship for the year 2017-18 is closed,  mail sent to selected students to appear for the interview.
Rotary Banglore South donated 10 cows along with Rotary Club of Siddarabetta to the farmers at Siddarabetta under MICRO FINANCE Scheme - "KSHEERABHYUDHAYA" on Sunday, 18th December 2016. We thank our club Rotarians - Shivaram.M.R, Ramakrishna.S, Lakshmi Sreenath, Venugopal. R, Rishi Mittal and Rotarians from Siddarabetta for their generous contributions to the Society, thus Serving Humanity!
Scholarship Award Program:-
Date:- Sunday 2nd Oct 2016 at 4pm
Venue:- Vasavi Vidyaniketha School Auditorium
Scholarship Awardees:-Click the Below link for the list of students.
Click here for the BMSCEAAT  and BSRT Endowment Scholarship
Click here for the HS Nagaraj and BSRT Endowment Scholarship
Click here for the Engineering Students Scholarship
Click here for the Degree Students Scholarship
Rotary Bangalore South celebrated Independence Day during its weekly meeting. Anthakshari was organised to all its members and families by Rtn.Shamsundar and Ann. Neelima. The audience dressed up in ethnic attire matching the program. The hall was well decorated giving the perfect ambience for the evening.
Rotary Bangalore South conducted free health Checkup Camp to 200 students of Govt. Kannada & Tamil Primary School, Vasanthnagar, Bangalore. The camp was organised in association with Vasanthnagar Women's Welfare Association. We thank Rtn.Dr.Rajasekhara Setty, Rtn.Dr.Anegundi, Rtn.Dr.Meera Srinivas, Rtn.Dr.Sreenivas and all the doctors from Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Dental Science and B.W.Lions Hospital for their help rendered in Dental Checkup and Eye Screenings. We are grateful to Rtn. Niranjan for providing Horlicks, Boost Sachets and Juice to all the students. The kids were also provided with Tooth Paste and Tooth Brushes.


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Member Birthdays:
  • Satish Babu
    April 6
  • Chandrashekara B E
    April 12
  • Rathna Raju B.J
    April 13
  • Sarangapani Y V
    April 20
  • Babu Nagendra B.V.
    April 22
  • Rishi Mittal
    April 24
  • Mamatha Ramesh
    April 28
  • Shree Ranga Prasad
    April 28
  • Prathibha C.S
    April 30
  • Mansuruddin M.D
    May 1
  • Vinod Kumar Somashekhara
    May 5
  • Sreenivas M
    May 6
  • Shamsundar C N
    May 7
  • Madana Mohan Reddy N
    May 10
  • Rakesh Mehta
    May 10
  • Vasudev R
    May 10
  • Arun Kumar B.S
    May 13
  • Ayush Goyal
    May 13
  • Maheshchandra B K
    May 14
  • Balasubramanyam K.V.
    May 16
  • G Muthaiah
    May 18
  • Nagendra Babu N.P
    May 23
  • Prafulla Thumati
    May 26
  • Jayashree Venugopal
    May 28
  • P.Priya Satish
    May 29
  • Manjunath K
    Hemalatha V
    April 5
  • Ayush Goyal
    Pragya Goyal
    April 18
  • Maheshchandra B K
    Vishala Maheshchandra
    April 20
  • Meera Sreenivas
    April 21
  • Ramanath K
    K.Aruna Ramanath
    April 21
  • Sreenivas M
    Meera Sreenivas
    April 21
  • Sandeep A Jain
    SMITHA S Jain
    April 23
  • Babu Shankar S.R.
    Sandya Shankar
    April 24
  • Jagadeeswar S A
    Manjula Jagadeesh
    April 26
  • Jeetu Mutha
    Mayuri Mutha
    April 28
  • Puttaraju C R
    Vijaya C P
    May 3
  • C.P. Deepak
    Akila R
    May 4
  • Suresh Bhat
    Revathi Suresh
    May 9
  • Naveen C.B.
    Sunitha Naveen
    May 15
  • Sridhar B R
    Rekha sridhar
    May 15
  • Manandi Nanjunda Suresh
    Manandi Suresh Srimathi
    May 20
  • Balasubramanyam K.V.
    Savithri K.B
    May 22
  • Mansuruddin M.D
    Parveen Mansur
    May 23
  • Shamsundar C N
    Neelima Sham Sundar
    May 23
  • Ghorpade S B
    May 26
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