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About Krjs

About KRJS


Karnataka Reddy Jana Sangha was shaped decades of a long way with meticulous, dedicated, eminent personalities whose dreams came true with a vision of industrious to it blended with discipline and high standards of living.

Reddyjana Sangha symbolizes the collective philanthropic responses of the society to the academic demands of modem India. KRJS Institutions enclaved for its quality education enables the teachers to capture the attention of the students in different learning modules.

From a humble learning in 1925, it has covered great studies in the field of education. Today it has found to have professional Institutions apart from the KG level to Degree courses. RJS has the requisite infrastructure mushroomed in the form of spacious labs with cool floorings, cafeteria, ING Vysya Bank and hostel facilities at Koramangala, J.C. Road and Devarachikkanahalli, Bangalore. The hostel provides free boarding and lodging for students who are sponsored by the management of KRJS.

Vision & Mission


Karnataka Reddyjana Sangha Aims to:

  • Provide facilities for all students without discrimination in the Schools, Colleges and Hostels run by the Sangha irrespective of their caste, creed etc.

  • Establish Schools, Colleges (Technical and Otherwise) Hostels, Post-graduate and research Centers and such other institutions for the students besides patronizing and encouraging other useful activities.

  • Give encouragement to the youth for their educational, moral, physical and intellectual development by providing required facilities for such a development.

  • Extend freeships, Scholarships, awards and financial assistance to poor and deserving students and also run free libraries and Reading room and sports and cultural activities wherever there is a need.

  • Open and run Educational Institutions and Hostels for the benefit of students both in and out side Karnataka and bring out periodicals for propagation of useful information.

  • To take all measures for the progress and develop students who are backward economically, socially, politically and educationally.

  • If necessary and possible, arrange benefit shows, Music, dance, drama, and such other performances and collect for the Sangha.

  • To utilize the income and properties of the Sangha only for such purposes that are mentioned in the Bye-laws, whatever be the sources of such income and properties. No present member or Ex-member or anyone else shall be permitted to have a share or profit out of the funds of the Sangha if any, at any time either directly or indirectly. But this should not come in the way of granting remunerations or honorariums to the employees of the Sangha for services.

  • Take all measures for the fulfillment of Sangha’s objectives.

At KRJS, the teaching fraternity deals with the students affectively and impart essential aspect of learning through which we are striving to achieve our mission of excellent academic curriculum.

History of KRJS


Karnataka Reddyjana Sangha was registered under Mysore Societies Act III of 1904 in Nos.122/24-25 dated 24/9/1925 as a Registered Society on 24/9/1925 and Started a free student hostel providing accommodation to the college students with the following aims and objects:

In 1976 an Educational Institution was started with basic Primary, Secondary education. Subsequently Pre-University and Degree level education was added providing education to more than 3000 students. Karnataka Reddyjana Sangha is also providing education for poor students with about 500 at Roopena Agrahara by starting a Primary and Secondary school. A school was also started at Doddanekkundi with about 300 students.

Karnataka Reddyjana Sangha is also running Management courses of Bachelor of Business Management and Post Graduate course in Master of Business Administration, a Polytechnic college with various disciplines and I.T.I with Electronics & Mechanical Trades.

M.R.A.C. is also being run by sangha imparting training for more than 600 students coming mostly from rural areas.

This organization is engaged in service activity since 1925 and possess all the required infrastructure facilities viz., land, building etc.. with the experience gained by running a Polytechnic & ITI. Sangha got approval from AICTE, New Delhi for establishment of Engineering College under the name “VEMANA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY” to provide technical education to the people living in rural areas at an affordable cost from the academic year 1999-2000 on wards. The sangha has got permission from AICTE, New Delhi to run VEMANA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY at Koramangala premises on permanent basis. Accordingly, Sangha is running VEMANA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY with various Engineering Disciplines.

Reddy Jana sangha is providing education to 6000 Students in all the educational institutions run by them.

There are 3800 Life members in Reddy Jana Sangha. Reddy Jana Sangha is running Hostels separately for Boys at Reddy Building, J.C. Road Bangalore and Ladies at RJS Educational complex at No. 1, Mahayogi Vemana Road, Koramangala.

Govt of Karnataka has allotted 22.23 acres of land at Kasavanahalli for Reddy Jana Sangha at a cost of Rs. 36,12,070 for construction of Super Speciality Hospital & Medical College.

Further Sangha had spent about Rs.25 lakhs for construction of first grade college at Marathahalli. Sangha has constructed annexe building at D.B.M. School compound at a cost of more than 3 crores for housing Management Studies, R.J.S.F.G.College and R.J.S. Polytechnic.

Evening College also has been started in RJS FG College, Koramangala, Bangalore.

Dravidian University, Kuppam – School of Distance and Continuity Education Study Centre has honored, RJS PU & FG College, Koramangala, Bangalore – 34 by making it the centre of learning for

  • Research Courses – M.Phil, PHd.

  • U.G & P.G Courses ( Open system & direct admissions)

  • Diploma courses – Integrated programmers and certificate Courses.

About Vemana


Vemana was a Telugu poet. He composed numerous poems in Telugu in Aata Veladhi metre which consists of four lines; the fourth line, with some exceptions, is the refrain or chorus Viswadabhirama Vinura Vema. Vemana's style is simple; his poems deal with social problems and sometimes propose solutions too. With the zeal of a social reformer, many of his poems criticise and strive to give fresh perspective to ardent followers of old, embedded traditions. Vemana is often portrayed in the nude.

  • Biography

  • Basically Vemana was a Yogi. He disseminated his philosophy in simple Telugu verses. And he is very famous in Telugu literature, relatively very less is known about the actual poet.

    Vemana was from Kapu social group having the title 'Reddy'. He was a native of Kadapa district and believed to have lived in Gandikota area. He was born at Mugachintapalli. Later he moved to Kondaveedu to learn Achala Yoga from Lambika Shiva Yogi. He wandered most of the southern India to propagate his Achala Philosophy through verses. At the end of his life, he settled in Katarlapalli near to Kadiri.

    Scholars do not unanimously agree about the period in which he lived. C.P. Brown, who did extensive work on Vemana in his preface to the English translation Verses of Vemana, states that the date of birth from his 707th verse is Vemana's date of birth. But it is not clear. This cyclical date of Hindu calendar coincides with 1352 or 1412 or 1472. Brown also wrote that the verses of Vemana were 400 years older in his preface of the book 'Vemana padyalu'. So it is inferred that he was born in the year of 1352. He denied the false religious systems and blind beliefs. He discouraged idol worships. He preached universal brotherhood. He is not Advaitin. He refuted the theories of Dwaita and Visisthadvaita also. He was a great Achala yogi.

    The Andhra Pradesh government established a University in Kadapa in his name Yogi Vemana University. The university construction has been started and going in full pace to start its operations by 2008.

  • Literature and Style

  • Many lines of Vemana's poems are now colloquial phrases of the Telugu language. They end with the signature line Viswadhaabhi Raama, Vinura Vema, literally Beloved of Vishwadha, listen Vema. There are many interpretations of what the last line signifies. Vemana's poems were collected and published by C.P.Brown in the 19th century. His poems are of many kinds, social, moral, satirical and mystic nature. All of them are in Ataveladi (dancing lady) meter.

  • Sample poetry

  • Uppu Kappurambu nokka polika nundu
    Chooda chooda ruchulu jaada veru
    Purushulandu Punya purushulu veraya
    Viswadhaabhiraama, Vinura Vema

    Salt and camphor look similar,
    but closer observation shows their taste is different
    Among men, virtuous people stand apart
    Beloved of the Bounteous, Vema, listen!

    Gangi govu paalu garitadainanu chaalu
    Kadivedainanemi kharamu paalu
    Bhakti kalugu koodu pattedainanu chaalu
    Viswadhaabhiraama, Vinura Vema

    A ladleful of a Sacred cow's milk is enough
    Of what worth is even a potful of donkey's milk
    Even a little food given with respect is sumptuous
    Beloved of the Bounteous, Vema, listen!

    tmasuddhi leni acharamadi ela
    Bhandasuddhi leni pakamadi ela
    Chittasuddi leni sivpujalelara
    Viswadhaabhiraama, Vinura Vema

    What is the purpose of custom sans inner purity?
    What is the purpose of cooking sans cleanliness of vessels?
    What is the purpose of worship of Shiva sans purity of mind?
    Beloved of the Bounteous, Vema, listen!

    Address

    5th Cross Road, 3rd Block,
    Koramangala, Bengaluru,
    Karnataka - 560034.

    Phone : 080 2553 4194

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