Ms Brundashree V
Lecturer (M.A. Political Science)
Ms Brundashree joined Sri Sathya Sai Prashantiniketanam in the year 2015 as a lecturer for Political Science. She has chosen this profession of teaching as she firmly believes that it is a noble profession, especially at the Sri Sathya Sai LokaSeva Group of Institutions, since this education empowers the students from rural and poor backgrounds. She is also in-charge of the sports activities at the Campus.
Ms M Chandrika Rani
Lecturer (M.A., B.Ed.)
Ms Chandrika is a Hindi lecturer and has been a part of the Institution since June 2017. With a decade’s experience in teaching, she is also responsible for yoga, library, medical facility and sitar music practice at the Campus. She strives to follow the universal message of Love All Serve All with a lot of sincerity.
Ms Kavitha M
Ms Kavitha serves as a lecturer for History and Ananda Vrinda, and joined the Campus in June 2017. She is the Examination in-charge as well. Before joining the Campus, she had decade’s experience in teaching. Teaching God’s children is her motivation.
Ms Anitha M
Ms Anitha teaches Mathematics and Ananda Vrinda at the Campus since June 2017. In her own words, “Being a part of God’s educational mission is by itself a gratifying experience.”
Ms Nikita Jayawant Nayak
Lecturer (M.A. Sanskrit)
Ms Nikita is the Sanskrit lecturer at the Campus since June 2017. She is also the Sports and Library in-charge, and feels that her life has changed for the better after working in the Institution.
Ms Bouramma Paragond Badavagal
Lecturer (M.Sc. Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
Ms Bouramma joined the Institution in the year 2015, and has been teaching Chemistry for the last three years. She is also responsible for training students in sports and dance.
Ms Gowri P Joshi
Lecturer (M.A. Kannada)
Ms Gowri is a Kannada lecturer, and joined the Institution in the year 2015. She also serves as the Warden of Prashanti Bala Mandira Girls High School. According to her, personal transformation is the central phenomenon, around which all the activities at the Campus are focussed.
Ms Sindhu G
Ms Sindhu feels that, to serve in Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s Institution is such a fulfilling factor that she does not need anything more to feel contented. She has been teaching Economics since the time she joined the Campus in the year 2016, and is also the sports in-charge.
Ms Annapoorna B
Lecturer (M.Sc. Mathematics)
Ms Annapoorna joined the Campus in the year 2017 and teaches Mathematics. Working for the Institution is a dream come true for her.
Ms Sowmya N
Lecturer (M.Sc. Physics)
Ms Sowmya joined Sri Sathya Sai Prashantiniketanam under the Department of Physics in June 2018. To work for an Institution that is determined in being original and not a copy is the first thing that caught her attention. “Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Group of Institutions can be vouchsafed for being in the vanguard of Education for posterity”, she says with conviction.
Ms Lakshmi KN
An Institution which is to all intents and purposes intuitive to the society’s needs and inventive in its approach to fulfil these needs, was the magnetizing pull which drew in Ms Lakshmi to the portals of Prashantiniketanam College. Teaching Political Science with ethics to create a new world is her pledge.
Ms Manasa J
Lecturer (M.Sc. Chemistry)
Ms Manasa’s adoration for her Master, Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba and the very enchantment of following His foot-steps was her reason for joining Sri Sathya Sai Prashantiniketanam for the academic year starting June 2018. She helps students design their own molecular world through her instructions on the intricacies of chemistry.
Ms Priyanka Reddy
Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Institutions at Muddenahalli that stood the test of times and made the grade every time did not go unnoticed by Ms Priyanka in the last 20 years. She had always secretly wished to be part of this Institution which stood tall for its probity and veracity. Studying mankind in the ordinary business of life through Economics is her strong suit and she fittingly plays the role of an Economics lecturer at Sri Sathya Sai Prashantiniketanam.
Ms Veenashree G
Lecturer (M.Sc. Botany)
Ms Veenashree was swept off her feet when she got a load of the fact that rural and urban poor children are prioritised in the admission process at Sri Sathya Sai Loka Seva Group of Institutions and quality education is imparted completely free-of-cost. The message of Baba, ‘Love All Serve All’ triggered a sense of an ineffable spur in her and thus she decided to submit herself in selfless service as a lecturer of Biology at the College since June 2018.
Ms Nagamani G
Lecturer (M.Sc. Mathematics)
In a world where capital is considered more important than conscience, an education that expounds the sublimity of one’s innate goodness is the only way to grease the wheels of life. A deep understanding of this truth and its practical application in the every-day life of the Campus, confirmed to Ms Nagamani that she is at the right place and that there is no way of a back-pedal. She teaches Computer Science for the students.
Ms Nagalakshmi Y R
Lab Demonstrator (B.Sc., B.Ed.)
Ms Nagalakshmi puts her lab coat on throughout the day confronting the natural phenomena and explains the discernible magic to students like fairy tales. She was appointed in this role effective June 2018 at the College.
Ms Sowmya C
Office Clerk (B.Sc. Electronics, M.Sc. Electronics)
Ms Sowmya joined the Institution in June 2017 and handles PU Board Departmental Work. To serve with love is the special aspect of the Institution, according to her.
Ms Roopa K N
Ms Roopa joined the Institution in August 2017 and assists in various aspects of Accounting. Having learnt so much in the Institution, she wants to lead her life following the tenet, ‘Love All Serve All’.
Ms R Dhanalakshmi
Hostel Supervisor (P.U.C)
The mother figure of the Campus, Ms Dhanalakshmi does not rest until the food is cooked in the best synthesis of health and taste, and until every student and staff have eaten their stomach full. She is the Kitchen Supervisor and Hostel Supervisor of the Campus.