YPS National Salon 2024 Exhibition & Award Ceremony

June 29, 2024, 10:30 am – June 30, 2024, 6:00 pm

YPS Salon | Award  Ceremony and Exhibition Jun 29 – 30 | 10:30 AM -6 PM IST | Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

You Are Cordially Invited

YPS Executive Committee & YPS National Salon 2024 Committee are pleased to extend a cordial invitation to all

  • YPS Members
  • Salon participants
  • Salon Patrons
  • Photo/Art Lovers

to join us during the YPS National Salon 2024 Exhibition & Award Ceremony on Sunday, Jun 30th at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath

Please join us  with friends and family and make the event a great success

Salon Chairperson: Anitha Mysore
Salon Secretary: Kishan Harwalkar

On view: Saturday Jun 29th – Sunday Jun 30th
Timings: 10:30 AM – 6 PM IST

Award Ceremony:
Sunday, Jun 30th, 11:00 AM IST onwards

Chief Guest: Smt. Sudha Belawadi

With a B.A. in Psychology, Sociology, and Economics from National College, Bangalore, and a post-graduate diploma in Mass Communication (Advertising and Public Relations) from the Indian Institute of Mass Communication, JNU, New Delhi, Smt. Sudha Belawadi has a solid educational foundation. Her professional journey began in advertising, where she worked from 1985 to 1994 at agencies such as Maa Bozzell, Clarion, and R.K. Swamy’s in the client-servicing department. In 1994, she joined BPL as a brand manager for their appliances division, a role she held for eight years.

Smt Belawadi’s acting career has deep roots, being the daughter of renowned theatre personalities Bhargavi Narayan and make-up Nani. She performed in notable plays, including those by Kailasam and Parvatavani, as well as “Mukhya Mantri” by Kalagangotri and “Nagamandala” directed by Shankar Nag. As a child, she appeared in films like “Kaadu” and “Bhootaiyana Maga Ayyu,” and later returned to cinema with “Thayi Saheba,” directed by Girish Kasaravalli, which won the Swarna Kamal award. Her filmography includes “Mathadana,” “Paris Pranaya,” “Mungaru Male,” “Meera Madhava Raghava,” “Krishna,” “Yuga,” “Galipata,” “Moggina Manassu,” “Hudugaru,” and “First Rank Raju,” among others. After leaving her corporate job, she transitioned to television, acting in serials such as “Garva,” “Manvanthara,” “Yava Janmada Maitri,” “Mane Ondu Mooru Bagilu,” “Manthana,” “Minchu,” “Shubhamangala,” “Mahaparva,” “Srirasthu Shubamasthu,” and “Magalu Janaki.”

Guest of Honor: Sri N Shashi Kumar (IPS)

Sri Shashikumar N, hailing from Chitradurga, embarked on a distinguished career in public service after completing his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. His dedication and commitment to the field led to his selection for the Indian Police Service (IPS) in 2007.

Upon entering the IPS, he began his career as an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP). Demonstrating exceptional leadership and administrative skills, he quickly advanced to the position of Superintendent of Police (SP), serving in various districts where he earned a reputation for his effective law enforcement strategies and community engagement.

Sri Shashikumar’s exemplary service continued as he took on more significant roles, including that of Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP). His expertise and professionalism culminated in his appointment as Commissioner, where he oversaw extensive police operations and implemented critical policies.

Currently, Sri Shashikumar serves as the Commissioner of the Department of Youth Empowerment and Sports (DYES), where he continues to apply his extensive experience and leadership skills to foster youth development and promote sports initiatives across the region. His career trajectory is a testament to his dedication to public service and his continuous efforts to contribute positively to society.