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Library Advisory Committee
The main objective of the Library Advisory committee is to see that library is functioning smoothly. It helps to improve the library services and framing the policies and rules for library.
The main functions of the committee includes plan for collection development, preparing library budget, recommending the books and periodicals, redressing the grievances of the library users and taking steps to enhance the utilisation of library resources
Composition of the Committee
Co-ordinator- Santhosh Kumar, Librarian
Faculty Members – Mrs.Ujwala, Mr.Santhosh Prabhu and Mr.Karthik Anand
Research Scholar –Mr.Shivanna Naik Postgraduate Student: Miss.Chaithra
Student Co-ordinators – Mr.Raghavendra Shenoy & Miss.Arpitha
Mr.Pavan, Mr.Royden Preetham, Mr.Mohammad Ismail, Mr.Susheel Rai,
Miss.Soorya Gayathri, Miss.Ayushi Jain, Miss.Sanajana Pai
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Perceived BALLB degree from Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Law College (2013-2018 Batch). And One year LLM course from SDMLC (2018-19 batch). Pre University education from St. Aloycious PU College, and SSLC from Canara High School (Main), Mangaluru.
Participated and presented papers in National and state conferences.
Awarded as the Best Outgoing Sportsman of the year, for the academics 2013-2018.
Received Young Achiever Award -2012 in the Field of Sports given by The Rotary Club Mangalore North, awarded on 25th Sep. 2012
Received Republic Day Award (State Award) – 2011 in the Field of Sports, Presented by the District Commissioner on 26th January, 2011 at Nehru Maidan, Mangalore.
Resived Karnataka Rajyotsava Award – 2010 in the Field of Sports given on 1st November, 2010 at Nehru Maidan, Mangalore
Represented India in 5 International Championships and secured a total of 4 silver and 8 Bronze medals (Four Asian Powerlifting Championship, and one World Open Classic powerlifting Championship). From participating first National Weightlifting event in the year 2010, in total of 13 National and 22 state representation are been made securing number of prizes till date. In the year 2014, the meet record in Discuss throw event was set in Karnataka State Law University Sports Meet 2014-15.
Subjects Thought: Jurisprudence, Contract law, Banking law and Constitutional law.
Ms. Chaitra Kumari. A,
B.A LL.B(law), LL.M, NET
Perceived B.A LL.B from Vaikunta Baliga College of law Udupi and LL.M (Corporate and Commercial Law) from Shri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Law College Manglore.
Participated and presented papers in national seminars, conferences.
Achievements: Secured Vaikunta Baliga Gold Medal for being topper of B.A LL.B 2017-2018 and More than 20 other endowment prizes for academic excellence and received Regular Mooter award for 2017-2018 batch, Secured 1st Rank in LL.M (corporate and Commercial Law ) and received Karnataka State law university Gold Medal and Nani A palkiwala Gold Medal and endowment prize instituted by Nani A. Palkiwala Trust , Mumbai.
Honored with State Marati Mahila Sadhaki Award from karnataka Stata Marathi Association, Banglore for academic excellence.
Subjects Thoughts : Hindu law, Law of Torts, Constitution, Contract.
Benefits of Dhanurasana (Vedio Link)
- Effective in weight loss.
- Improves digestion and appetite.
- Helps to cure dyspepsia (obesity), rheumatism and gastrointestinal problems.
- Cures constipation
- Improves blood circulation.
- Gives flexibility to the back.
- Strengthens back muscles.
- Improves the function of liver, pancreas, small intestine, and big intestine.
- Act as a stress reliever.
- Strengthens ankles, thighs, groins, chest, and abdominal organs.
- Cure menstruation disorder.
- Improve function of kidney and liver.
- It improves posture.
- Releases back pain.
- Cures respiratory disorder like asthma.
- Helpful in stimulating reproductive organs.
- Improve function of the pancreas and it is beneficial in diabetes.
Precaution for Dhanurasana
The person suffering from high blood pressure, back pain, hernia, headache, migraine or abdomen surgery should not do practice Dhanurasana.
Ladies should not practice yoga during pregnancy and in periods.
Benefits of Vrikshasana (Tree Pose) (Vedio Link)
Vrikshasana has several benefits for your health, some of which are listed below:
- It strengthens your spine and improves your posture.
- Vrikshasana strengthens your thighs, knees and calf muscles.
- It helps in improving your balance.
- When done regularly, this asana may help in relieving sciatica pain.
- It also helps to improve flat feet problems.
Since it requires a lot of focus, Vrikshasana helps in improving concentration.
Precautionsto take before Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
You should take the following precautions before practising Vrikshasana:
- If you suffer from migraine, high or low blood pressure, do not practice this asana.
- Avoid practising Vrikshasana if you suffer from insomnia.
- In the beginning, you may find it difficult to place your leg above the knee, so you can place it below the knees but never place it on the knee.
Avoid this asana if you have had a recent leg injury or injury to your knees.
Benefits of Halasana (Plow Pose) (Vedio Link)
- Improves digestion and appetite.
- Effective in Weight Loss.
- Strengthens the abdominal muscles.
- Beneficial for diabetic people.
- Those people should do this regularly.
- It helps to make spinal cord strong and flexible.
- Cures the symptoms of menopause.
- It helps to reduce stress.
- It normalizes blood-glucose level and stimulates the internal organs.
- It stimulates the reproductive organs.
- Those suffering from a hernia, slipped disc, sciatica, arthritis of the neck, high blood pressure or any serious back problem, should not do practice. Should practice under expert supervision. In days of periods, women should not practice this asana.Pregnant women should not practice.
Benefits of paschimotthanasana/ seated Forward bend pose Paschimotthanasana
- Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression
- Stretches the spine, shoulders, hamstrings
- Stimulates the liver, kidneys, ovaries, and uterus
- Improves digestion
- Helps relieve the symptoms of menopause and menstrual discomfort
- Soothes headache and anxiety and reduces fatigue
- Therapeutic for high blood pressure, infertility, insomnia, and sinusitis
- Traditional texts say that Paschimottanasana increases appetite, reduces obesity, and cures diseases.
Contraindications and Cautions
- Backinjury: Only perform this pose under the supervision of an experienced teacher.
Top benefits of Sarvangasan/ Shoulder stand pose are given below: (Vedio Link)
- Thyroid Gland: The shoulderstand yoga pose is good for the healthy functioning of pituitary, pineal, kidney, liver, spleen and testes. Thus, it regulates the functions of all the glands of the body.
- Invigorates circulatory system: The asana is good in case of circulatory system, respiratory system and digestive system.
- Headache: It enhances the supply of blood to the head region and good for managing headache and migraine.
- Hypertension: It has cooling effect to the nerves, thus beneficial for high blood pressure patient.
- Insomnia: It is good for insomnia patient as it facilitates blood supply to this region.
- Constipation: It seems to be panacea for constipation patient. Person suffering from constipation should practice it regularly.
- Intestinal Ulcers: It stimulates the intestinal and stomach glands thus good for ulcer in these region.
- Hair Fall: It enhances supply of blood in the head region and prevents hair fall.
- Sexual Disorders: The yoga pose is beneficial in case of sexual problems such as frequent abortions, leucorrhoea, syphilis, etc.
- Weight Loss : It helps in burning of fat.
- Eyesight: It is good for eye vision..
- Skin care : It helps to prevent wrinkles, pimples and delay aging.
The shoulder stand yoga pose has contraindications and side effects. Some of the cautions of Sarvangasana are being mentioned below.
- The asana shouldn’t be performed by those who have high blood pressure.
- Avoid this asana during menstruation.
Having experiencing spinal problems, skip this asana.
- Don’t practice in case of glaucoma, acute thyroid problems, chronic neck conditions, shoulder injuries and retina problems.
- It should be avoided by those who have heart problems, middle ear problem, capillary, weak age, spondylosis, and Slip disc.
- Functioning of pituitary, pineal, kidney, liver, spleen and testes. Thus, it regulates the functions of all the glands of the body.