Tuesday, December 29, 2015

J A Chowdary appointed IT Advisor to AP Government

Vijayawada: Jakkampudi Adiseshaiah Chowdary, who is the Vice-President of Federation of AP Chambers of Commerce and Industry, has been appointed as the advisor to Government of Andhra Pradesh for Information Technology.

He will also serve as ex-officio secretary in the Chief Minister’s office.

According to a press release from AP Chambers of Commerce and Industry, on Monday, J A Chowdary has been appointed as the advisor to AP and will assist the government in bringing new investments, generation of employment and take part in the innovation and start-up activities.

On the occasion, the Federation of AP Chambers of Commerce and Industry congratulated J A Chowdary.

Thursday, December 24, 2015

Jagadish Chennupati Among Indian American Innovators Named NAI Fellows

WASHINGTON — The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) elected Jagadish Chennupati of The Australian National University to its 2015 NAI Fellows on 15 December 2015.  The award recognizes innovators that have made positive contributions to the world and U.S. economy and includes: 27 Nobel laureates, 27 inductees to the National Inventors Hall of Fame and 32 recipients of the U.S. National Medal of Technology and Innovation and U.S. National Medal of Science.

The NAI described the election as “a high professional distinction accorded to academic inventors who have demonstrated a prolific spirit of innovation in creating or facilitating outstanding inventions that have made a tangible impact on quality of life, economic development and the welfare of society.”

The newly elected fellows will join 156 other scientific luminaries to be recognized at a formal induction on 15 April 2016 at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in Alexandria, Virginia, USA.

The NAI Fellows will be inducted on 15 Apr. 2016, as part of the Fifth Annual Conference of the National Academy of Inventors at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). 

About Dr.Jagadish Chennupati:
Born in Vallurupalem - Krishna District (Andhra Pradesh) Dr.Jagadish received the B.Sc. degree from Nagarjuna University, Guntur, India in 1977, the M.Sc(Tech) degree from Andhra University, Waltair, India in 1980 and the M.Phil. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Delhi, India in 1982 and 1986, respectively. He was a Lecturer in Physics and Electronics at S.V. College, University of Delhi, during 1985-88 and worked at Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada, during 1988-90 as a post-doctoral research fellow. He moved to Australia in 1990 and established a major research program in the field of optoelectronics and nanotechnology. He is currently a Distinguished Professor and Head of Semiconductor Optoelectronics and Nanotechnology Group in the Department of Electronic Materials Engineering, Research School of Physical Sciences and Engineering, the Australian National University. He is also serving as Director of Australian National Facbrication Facility, ACT node and Convenor of the Australian Nanotechnology Network.  He holds honorary positions at  University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, Chengdu; University of Tokyo, Anna University and Nanjing University.   He is serving as Vice-President and Secretary Physical Sciences of the Australian Academy of Science.  His research interests include compound semiconductor optoelectronics and nanotechnology.

Jagadish is a winner of 2000 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc (USA) (IEEE) Third Millennium Medal and a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE Nanotechnology Council (NTC), IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS) and IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS). He has published more than 820 research papers (550 journal papers), holds 5 US patents, co-authored a book, co-edited 6 books, guest edited 15 special issues of journals and edited 12 conference proceedings. Jagadish has served as President of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council  (2008 and 2009), Vice-President (Publications) of NTC (2004-2005), President-Elect of NTC (2007), Past-President (2010-2011) and Vice-President (Membership and Regional Activities- Asia-Pacific) of the IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (2006 and 2007) and Vice-President (Finance and Administration) of IEEE Photonics Society (2012-14). He served as an elected member of EDS AdCom (1999-2004), and as Chair of Optoelectronic Devices Technical Committee of EDS (1998-2003) and Vice-President (Publications) of the IEEE Nanotechnology Council (2004-2005) and served as a member of the nanotechnology technical committee of EDS (2003-2005)and Chair of the NTC Nano-Optoelectronics, Nano-Optics and nano-photonics technical committee (2003-2006) and Chair of the NTC Awards Committee (2006-2008). He is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (USA), the American Physical Society, the Materials Research Society, the Optical Society of America, the Australian Institute of Physics, the Institute of Physics (UK), the Institute of Nanotechnology (UK), SPIE-the International Society for Optical Engineering, Electrochemical Society, the Institution of Engineering and Technology, American Association for Advancement of Science, American Vacuum Society, the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, the Australian Academy of Science, Fellow of The World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), Academecian of the Asia Pacific Academy of Materials, Fellow of the Elecromagnetics Academy and Honorary Member of Materials Research Society of India and a Fellow of the US National Academy of Inventors. Jagadish served as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (2001-2005), as an Associate Editor of the IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology(2003-2008) and an Editor of IEEE Electron Device Letters (2008-2014). He is currently serving as an Editor of Progress in Quantum Electronics (2008-2015),  an Editor of the Journal Semiconductor Technology and Science (2009-) and an Associate Editor of Applied Physics Reviews, an Associate Editor of Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics and Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. He is a member of editorial boards of 19 journals. He chaired many conferences (Program Chair of IEEE NANO2003, San Francisco, Co-Chair ICONN 2006, Brisbane,  ICONN 2016, Canberra, Co-Chair, IEEE NMDC 2006, 2008, General Chair, IEEE Photonics Society Annual Meeting, 2010, Co-Chair of Materials Research Society Fall 2012 Meeting) and served on many international professional society committees. He advises high tech industries in Australia and overseas in the field of photonics and nanotechnology and collaborated with researchers from 25 different countries. He received Peter Baume Award (ANU's prestigious and highest award) for excellence in research and research leadership. He has also been awarded Australian Federation  Fellowship (2004-2009) and Australian Laureate Fellowship (2009-2014) by the Australian Research Council and Distinguished Professor position (since 2009) by the Australian National University. He received 2010 The Quantum Device Award from the International Symposium on Compound Semiconductors. He has been awarded IEEE Photonics Society 2010 Distinguished Service Award, 2011 IEEE Nanotechnology Council Distinguished Service Award, 2010 Top Supervisor Award for excellence in research student supervision by the Australian National University, Peter Baume award from the ANU, 2012 Electronics and Photonics Division award of the Electrichemical Society, Walter Boas Medal from the Australian Institute of Physics in 2013, 2015 IEEE Pioneer in Nanotechnology Award, 2015 IEEE Photonics Society Engineering Achievement Award and 2016 Silver Jubilee International Award from Materials Research Society of India.

This 23 year old Srikanth Bolla tricked fate to build a Rs 50-crore company

When he was born, neighbors in the village suggested that his parents smother him. It was better than the pain they would have to go through their lifetime, some said. He is a “useless” baby without eyes… being born blind is a sin, others added.

Twenty-three years later, Srikanth Bolla is standing tall living by his conviction that if the “world looks at me and says, ‘Srikanth, you can do nothing,’ I look back at the world and say I can do anything.”

Srikanth is the CEO of Hyderabad-based Bollant Industries, an organisation that employs uneducated and disabled employees to manufacture eco-friendly, disposable consumer packaging solutions, which is worth Rs 50 crores.

He considers himself the luckiest man alive, not because he is now a millionaire, but because his uneducated parents, who earned Rs 20,000 a year, did not heed any of the ‘advice’ they received and raised him with love and affection. “They are the richest people I know,” says Srikanth.

For Srikanth, despite life being more challenging than it is for most of us, he always aimed high. Born blind into an agricultural family in Sitaramapuram village in Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, he was admitted to a blind school in Hyderabad. He excelled in studies and scored above 90 percent in his class 10 examinations. He wanted to be an engineer and applied for the physics, mathematics and chemistry group for pre-university. But the education department said that a visually challenged person could only take up humanities. He had to run from pillar to post to get a favourable judgement. With the support of T Swarnalatha, his teacher from class 4, who translated all the books for him in audio format and braille he managed to score 93 percent. But the hurdle came when he wanted to join IIT after his pre-university. No entrance coaching institute gave him admission.

What is it about stories like Srikanth’s that so inspire and fill one with hope? Could it be the multiple zeroes after a dollar sign or the belief that you and I can achieve similar success if we set our minds and hearts to it? Underdog success stories touch a raw nerve. After all, everyone faces adversity, they dream, and they work hard. It is another matter that only a few cross the threshold of limits set by society.

In Srikanth’s case, it is his sheer tenacity that shines through the dark clouds of his misfortune. Being born blind was just one part of the story. He was also born poor. And you know what that means in a society like ours.

In school, he was pushed to the back bench and not allowed to play. The little village school had no way of knowing what inclusion meant. When he wanted to take up science after his class X, he was denied the option because of his disability. All of 18, Srikanth not only fought the system but went on to become the first international blind student to be admitted to the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US.

Today, Srikanth has four production plants, one each in Hubli (Karnataka) and Nizamabad (Telangana), and two in Hyderabad (Telangana). Another plant, which will be one hundred percent solar operated, is coming up in Sri City, an integrated business city in Andhra Pradesh, 55 kms from Chennai.

Angel investor Ravi Mantha, who met Srikanth about two years ago, was so impressed with his business acumen and vision for his company that he not only decided to mentor him but also invested in Srikanth’s company.

They are raising $2-million (around Rs 13 crores) in funding and have already raised Rs 9 crores. According to Ravi, his personal goal is to “take the company to IPO.” A vision to build a sustainable company with a workforce comprising 70 percent people with disability is no mean task. “Srikanth’s vision is inbuilt in the company. It is not just a lip service to CSR,” adds Ravi.

When Srikanth was growing up, his father, a farmer, would take him to the fields but the little boy couldn’t be of any help. His father then decided that he might as well study. “In my parent’s entrepreneurship model, I was a failure. In entrepreneurship, we have a lean business model where we evaluate an enterprise and say how quickly it fails.” Since the nearest school in his village was five kms away, he had to make his way there mostly on foot. He did this for two years. “No one acknowledged my presence. I was put in the last bench. I could not participate in the PT class. That was the time in my life I thought I was the poorest child in the world. It was not because of lack of money but because of loneliness.”

He chose his battles carefully and did his homework searching the Internet to find the best engineering programme for someone like himself. He applied to schools in the US and got into the top four – MIT, Stanford, Berkeley, and Carnegie Mellon. He went to MIT (with a scholarship) as the first international blind student in the school’s history.

It wasn’t easy adjusting to life there, but by and by he started to do well. Towards the end of his bachelor’s course when the ‘what next’ question came up, it brought him back to where he had started.

Bolla wants to pursue an MBA in an institute like Harvard and become India's president. No doubt his story is one oft quoted by his hero, the former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam.

“Show compassion and make people rich. Include people in your life and remove loneliness, and lastly, do something good; it will come back to you.”

Tuesday, December 22, 2015

స్వాతంత్ర సమర యోధురాలు శ్రీమతి మాగంటి అన్నపూర్ణాదేవి

మాగంటి అన్నపూర్ణాదేవి, స్వాతంత్ర పోరాటంలో పాల్గొన్న వనిత, సమాజ సేవిక, రచయిత్రి. తన 27వ యేటనే మరణించిన ఈమె అప్పటికే భారత స్వాతంత్ర పోరాటంలో ప్రముఖమైన పాత్ర నిర్వహించి మహాత్మా గాంధీ మన్ననలు పొందింది. ఈమె భర్త మాగంటి బాపినీడు దక్షిణాదిన ప్రముఖ స్వాతంత్ర సమర యోధులలో ఒకడు.
అన్నపూర్ణాదేవి 1900 సంవత్సరంలో ఒక మధ్యతరగతి కుటుంబంలో కలగర రామస్వామి, పిచ్చమ్మ దంపతులకు జన్మించింది. చిన్నతనంనుండి తన ప్రతిభను కనపరచింది. ఏలూరు కు చెందిన రాలి శేషగిరిరావు ఆమెకు గురువు, మార్గదర్శి. ఆదిపూడి సోమనాధరావు అనే కవి మరియు సంఘసంస్కర్త కూడా ఆమెపై ప్రభావం చూపాడు. మొదట్లో ఆమె ఇంటివద్దనే చదువుకొన్నది. తరువాత గుంటూరు మిషన్ స్కూలులో చదువుకొంది. తరువాత కలకత్తాలో బ్రహ్మ సమాజం బాలికల పాఠశాలలో చదివింది. ఆర్ధికంగా బలహీనులైన ఆమె తల్లిదండ్రులు ఎంతో శ్రమించి ఆమె విద్యాభ్యాసానికి అవుసరమైన ఖర్చులు భరించారు. కలకత్తాలో శ్రీమతి శకుంతలాదేవి, హేమచంద్ర సిర్కార్ వంటి విద్యావేత్తలు ఆమె చదువు, జీవితం రూపుదిద్దుకోవడంలో సహాయపడ్డారు. ఆమె క్రమశిక్షణా జీవనం అందరినీ ఆశ్చర్యపరిచేది. పాఠశాల విద్యలతోపాటు బెంగాలీ భాషలో మంచి ప్రావీణ్యం సంపాదించింది. బెంగాలీ నుండి తెలుగులోకి పెక్కు అనువాదాలు చేసింది.
ఐదేళ్ళ చదువు తరువాత ఆ వత్తిడి ఆమెపై ప్రభావం చూపింది. ఏలూరుకు తిరిగి వచ్చింది. ఒక సంవత్సరం తరువాత మద్రాసు విశ్వవిద్యాలయంమెట్రిక్యులేషన్ పరీక్షకు కూర్చొంది. తన చదువుకు అవుఉసరమైన ధనం సంపాదించుకోవడం కోసం 1917లో (తన 17వ యేట) "సీతారామ" అనే పుస్తకాన్ని ప్రచురించింది. అది తరువాత ఉన్నత పాఠశాల చదువులకు పాఠ్యపుస్తకంగా వాడారు. తరువాత ఆమె ఆరోగ్యం దెబ్బతిన్నది. ఒక సంవత్సరం పాటు వైద్యం నిమిత్తం 1919లో మదనపల్లె వెళ్ళింది. 1920లో ఆమె వివాహం మాగంటి బాపినీడుతో జరిగింది. అతను అప్పుడు కలకత్తా సిటీ కాలేజిలో చదువుతున్నాడు. వారి వివాహానికి తెలుగులోనే మంత్రాలు చదివారు. ఉమేష్ చంద్ర విద్యార్థి, ఆదిపూడి సోమనాథరావు వంటి సంస్కర్తలు ఆ వివాహానికి అతిధులుగా ఉన్నారు.
వివాహం తరువాత బాపినీడు ఉన్నత చదువులకు అమెరికా వెళ్ళాడు. అతనితోపాటు అన్నపూర్ణ కూడా వెళ్ళాల్సి ఉంది కాని పొసగలేదు. భారతదేశంలో ఉన్న అన్నపూర్ణాదేవి మహాత్మా గాంధీ సందేశంతో ప్రభావితయై భారత స్వాతంత్ర పోరాటం పనులలో తలమునకలు కాసాగింది. అదే సమయంలో ఆమె డబ్బుకోసం చాలా ఇబ్బందులు పడింది. అయినా గాని 1200 రూపాయల ఖరీదైన చీరలన్నీ (అమెరికా ప్రయాణం కోసం కొనుక్కున్నవి) తగులబెట్టేసింది. ఏలూరులో మోహన్‌దాస్ ఖద్దర్ పరిశ్రమ స్థాపించింది. ఆంధ్ర దేశం అంతటా పర్యటించింది.
1923లో బాపినీడు తిరిగివచ్చాడు. బొంబాయిలో అతను స్టీమర్ దిగిన వెంటనే ఆమె తను తెచ్చిన ఖద్దరు బట్టలు అతనికిచ్చి అతని సూటులన్నీ సముద్రంలో పారవేయమంది. అతను మారుమాటాడకుండా అలానే చేశాడు. గాంధీ ఆమె గురించి she had already ‘acquired a gentle but commanding influence over her husband, by her purity and single-minded devotion.’ అని వ్రాశాడు. ఆమె తరువాత అనేక ప్రాంతాలు పర్యటించింది. సభలలో ప్రసంగించింది. తన కార్యదీక్ష, సత్ప్రవర్తనల ద్వారా అందరి మన్ననలూ పొందింది.
1924లో ఆమె ఆరోగ్యం మళ్ళీ క్షీణించసాగింది. భర్తతో కలిసి అనేక ఆరోగ్య కేంద్రాలకు వెళ్ళింది. ఈ సమయంలోనే రామకృష్ణ పరమహంస బోధనలను తెలుగులోకి అనువదించింది. భారతదేశం భవిష్యత్తులో మహిళల పరిస్థితి గురించి "నారి" అనే పుస్తకం వ్రాసింది. 1927 నవంబరు 9న ఆమె మరణించింది.
ఆమె మరణం తరువాత ఆమె వ్యక్తిత్వం గురించి మహాత్మా గాంధీ ఇలా వ్రాశాడు.
"1921 బెజవాడ మహిళా సమావేశంలో ఖద్దరు వస్త్రాలు ధరించిన ఒక అమ్మాయి అన్నీ తానై అందరినీ అదుపుచేస్తూ సమావేశం నిర్వహించింది. ఆమె అంతకు ముందు ధరించిన విలువైన ఆభరణాలు నాకు గుర్తున్నాయి. ఆమె మరణం వల్ల నేను కోల్పోయింది కేవలం ఒక సహాయకురాలు మాత్రమే కాదు. భారత దేశంలో నా స్వంత కూతురులా మెలగిన ఒక వనిత మనకు దూరమైంది. ఆమె విశ్వాసంలోను, పనిలోను ఎన్నడూ చలించలేదు. ఆమె కార్యదీక్ష అందరికీ ఆదర్శప్రాయమైనది."
ఈమె మరణానంతరం బాపినీడు 193౩లో అన్నపూర్ణాదేవి లేఖలు ఒక పుస్తకంగా ప్రచురించాడు. ఈ పుస్తకానికి పరిచయవాక్యాలు ఉన్నవ లక్ష్మీనారాయణ వ్రాశాడు

Sunday, December 20, 2015

Jayadev Galla receives Business Today Best CEO 2015

NEW DELHI: Jayadev Galla, Vice Chairman and Managing Director, Amara Raja Batteries has been awarded the Business Today Best CEO for the auto ancillary category, the company informed in a press statement. He received the award from Jayant Sinha, Union Minister of State for Finance.

Accepting the Award Galla said "I am incredibly humbled by this honour, to be unanimously selected by this esteemed panel of judges means a lot to me, but more importantly to our organisation. The success of Amara Raja Batteries limited can only be attributed to the support, hard work, and dedication of our employees team Partners. It's on their behalf that I am accepting this award."

He further highlighted saying: "Engaged employees, Empowered teams and Collaborative leadership - if you can achieve this, Sky is the limit"

Amara Raja Batteries is one of the largest manufacturers of lead acid batteries for both industrial and automotive applications in the Indian storage battery industry.

Friday, December 18, 2015

Justice Dama Seshadri Naidu appointed as Addl.Judge Kerala High Court

The Ministry of Law and Justice has issued a notification transferring Justice Dama Seshadri Naidu, an  additional judge of the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh High Court, to the Kerala High Court.

The notification, issued last Monday, directed the judge to assume charge on or before June 30. Naidu’s appointment has been confirmed by the Office of the Registrar General of the Kerala High Court. According to sources, the swearing in ceremony of the new judge will be held on June 30.

With the transfer of Justice Naidu, the number of judges in the Kerala High Court has reached 34.

He joined the Andhra Pradesh High Court in September 2013 as an additional judge. Later, he was appointed as judge of the Andhra Pradesh High Court.    Born in Ganganagunta, near Tirupati on June 19, 1962,  Justice Naidu graduated in arts from the Andhra University, and studied LLB at the SV University, Tirupati. In March 1997, he enrolled as a member of the Bar Council of Andhra Pradesh.

Initially, he practiced only in Tirupati, in order to gain trial court experience. After shifting to Hyderabad in the early 2000s, he started practice in the Andhra Pradesh High Court. He has represented many corporate entities and nationalised banks, apart from private clientele.

He was a guest faculty at the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Academy. He taught the Hindu Succession Act-1956 and the Negotiable Instrument Act-1881. He has authored the ‘Law of Stamp Duty and Registration in Andhra Pradesh’ and the ‘Andhra Pradesh Education Code’.

Volga bags Sahitya Academy Award

Renowned Telugu writer, Volga (Popuri Lalitha Kumari) has been selected for the prestigious Sahitya Academy Award for her short story compilation ‘Vimukta Kadha Samputi’, for the year 2015. The award winning short stories focus on the freedom of women through female characters.

Popuri Lalitha Kumari,(W/o Akkineni Kutumba Rao, writer and director) popularly known by her pen name Volga, is noted for her literary work that features a feminist perspective. Her stories, novels, and poetry reflect well-articulated feminist positions without compromising either the quality of literary form or failing to represent the ‘reality’ of the characters.

Volga is one of the popular Telugu women authors of her generation. Born in Guntur of Andhra Pradesh in 1950, she completed her MA in Telugu literature from Andhra University in 1972. Later she taught Telugu literature at VSR and NVR College, Tenali from 1973 to 1986.

Apart from authoring books, Volga has contributed to the film industry also. She worked as the head of the scripting division in Usha Kiran Movies.

She made three feature films, which won critical acclaim and awards. Among her works are the novels Sweccha (1994), Sahaja (1995), Manavi (1998), Kanniti keratala vennela (1999), Gulabilu (2000), and Rajakiya kathalu (1993), Prayogam (1995) (two short story collections). Volga is associated with ASMITA, a well-known feminist voluntary organization. The Library of Congress has acquired all twelve of her major published works, including the English translation of her selected short stories.

Thursday, December 17, 2015

ఓల్గాకు (పోపూరి లలిత కుమారి) కేంద్ర సాహిత్య అకాడమీ అవార్డు

న్యూఢిల్లీ: ప్రముఖ తెలుగు రచయిత్రి ఓల్గాకు తాను చేసిన సాహిత్య సేవకు సముచిత గౌరవం దక్కింది. ఆమె 2015 సంవత్సరానికిగాను కేంద్ర ప్రభుత్వం ఇచ్చే సాహిత్య అకాడమీ అవార్డుకు ఎంపికయ్యారు. ఓల్గా రాసిన ‘విముక్త’ కథా సంపుటికిగాను ఈ అవార్డుకు ఎంపికచేసినట్టు జ్యూరి వెల్లడించింది. ఓల్గా అసలు పేరు పోపూరి లలిత కుమారి (w/o అక్కినేని కుటుంబ రావు). కలం పేరు  ఓల్గా. 

ఓల్గా 1950 నవంబర్ 27వ తేదీన ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ రాష్ట్రంలోని గుంటూరులో జన్మించారు. ఆమె ఆంధ్ర విశ్వవిద్యాలయంలో ఎంఎ చేసి తర్వాత తెనాలిలోని విఎస్ఆర్ కళాశాలలో తెలుగు అధ్యపకురాలిగా పనిచేశారు. ఆమె 1991 నుంచి 1997 వరకు ఆస్మిత రిసోర్స్ సెంటర్ ఫర్ విమెన్ అధ్యక్షురాలిగా పనిచేశారు. ఆమె ప్రస్తుతం అస్మితలో ప్రధాన కార్యదర్శిగా ఉన్నారు. ఆమె 1990లో తెలుగు విశ్వవిద్యాలయం నుంచి ఉత్తమ రచయిత్రి పురస్కారాన్ని అందుకున్నారు. 2014లో లోక్ నాయకు ఫౌండేషన్ సాహితీ పురస్కారానికి ఎంపికయ్యారు.

‘స్వేచ్చ’ రచన ద్వారా ఆమె ప్రాచుర్యంలోకి వచ్చారు. ఫెమినిస్ట్ రచనా దృక్పథాన్ని తెలుగులో ప్రవేశపెట్టిన ఘనత దక్కించుకున్నారు. ఈమె వరల్డ్ ఆర్గనైజేషన్ ఫర్ రైట్స్, లిటరేచర్ అండ్ డెవలప్‌మెంట్(డబ్ల్యూవోఆర్‌ఎల్‌డీ) స్థాపనలో ప్రముఖ పాత్ర పోషించారు. ఈ సంస్థ పబ్లిషర్స్, అనువాదకులు, రచయితలు స్వేచ్చగా మాట్లాడేందుకు వేదికగా పనిచేస్తోంది.

రాజకీయ కథలు, స్వేచ్ఛ, సహజ, ప్రయోగం, మానవి, కన్నీటి కెరటాల వెన్నెల, గులాబీలు, ఆకాశంలో సంగం, పలికించకు మౌనమృదంగాలు, అలజడి మా జీవితం వంటి పలు రచనలు చేశారు. మాకు గోడలు లేవు, నూరేళ్ల చలం వంటి రచనలకు ఆమె సంపాదకత్వం వహించారు.

Monday, December 14, 2015

Pranjala Yadlapalli wins Orange Bowl International tennis tournament

Florida: The Orange Bowl International tennis tournament ended Sunday the way it began, with rain wreaking havoc on the schedule.

Pranjala Yadlapalli (India) and Tamara Zidansek (Slovakia) won the Girls 18s doubles 6-2, 6-2 over Eleni Christofi (Greece)/Anastasia Detiuc (Moldova).

Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/tennis/article49618650.html#storylink=cpy

Saturday, November 28, 2015

Harika Dronavalli is FIDE World Online Women Blitz Champion

FIDE World Online Women Blitz Championship final in Rome On November 26th the final tournament of the 1st FIDE World Online Women Blitz Championship was held in Rome, Italy. Eight preliminary tournaments were held before it, the winners of each of them and two specially invited players participated in the final tournament. More than 300 chess players from 39 countries took part in the preliminary tournaments. The Olympic Committee of Italy, the Italian Chess Federation, Premium Chess company and other sponsors played a significant role in the organization of the tournament. It was held in the prestigious sports club “Circolo Canottieri Aniene”. The President of the club is Mr. Giovanni Malago, President of the Italian National Olympic Committee. The FIDE World Online Women Blitz Champion is GM Harika Dronavalli.

Friday, November 27, 2015

Kakatiya Rulers of Bastar - Princely state

PRESENT RULER: Maharaja KAMAL CHANDRA BHANJ DEO, 22nd Raja of Bastar (1996/-) born about 1984, educated at Coventry University, U.K. (Master of Science Degree in International Business) and at L.S.E., U.K. (Master of Political Science Degree)
Bastar king Kamal Chandra Bhanj Deo

PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The state was founded in the 15th century, and was the 11th largest Princely State by area. Rulers were...
Bastar Palace 
Raja ANNAM DEV, 1st Raja of Bastar: The princely state of Bastar was established around 1324/1369 AD, when Annama Deva, brother of the last Kakatiya King, Pratapa Rudra Deva (1290-1325), left Warangal and established his kingdom at Bastar, defeating the Nagvanshi Raja, and established his capital at Mudhota under the protection of the goddess, Danteshwari, who still is the tutelary deity of Bastar region, her famous Dantheshwari Temple stands today at Danthewada, also named after her. Annama Deva ruled till 1369 
Raja HAMIR DEV, 2nd Raja of Bastar 1369/1410
Raja BHAITAI DEV, 3rd Raja of Bastar 1410/1468
Raja PURUSHOTTAM DEV, 4th Raja of Bastar 1468/1534, he shifted his capital to Old Bastar.  
Raja PRATAP RAJ DEV, Raja of Bastar 1602/1625, married and had issue, extinct in the 3rd generation, 
Raja DIGPAL DEO, Raja of Bastar 1680/1709
Raja RAJPAL DEO, Raja of Bastar 1709/1721, descended from the younger brother of Raja Pratap Raj Dev, married 1stly, a Baghela Princess, married 2ndly, a Chandel Princess, and had issue.
Rajkumar Dakhin Singh (by 1st wife)
Raja Dalpat Deo (by 2nd wife) 
Rajkumar Pratap Singh (by 2nd wife)
Raja MAMA, Raja of Bastar 1721/1731
Raja DALPAT DEO, Raja of Bastar 1731/1774, moved his capital to Jagdalpur; he married (amongst 7 wives), 1stly, a daughter of Raja Goor Sai Deo of Kanker, and had issue.
Rajkumar Ajmer Singh (by 1st wife), usurped the gaddi for a short time.
Raja Daryao Deo (by 2nd wife) 
Raja DARYAO DEO, Raja of Bastar 1774 and 1777/bef 1819, married and had issue.
Raja Mahipal Deo 
Raja MAHIPAL DEO, Raja of Bastar fl. 1819, married and had issue.
Raja Bhopal Deo 
Lal Dalganjan Singh, Dewan of Bastar 1846/1863, married and had issue. He died 1863.
Lal Kalendra Singh, Dewan of Bastar 1882/-; deported to Illichpur for his part in the Bastar rebellion of 1910, where he died. He died 1916 at Illichpur.
Kunwar Chakar Singh
Raja BHOPAL DEO, Raja of Bastar 1830/1853, married and had issue, as well as further issue.
Kunwar Durjan Singh (by a secondary union), Dewan of Bastar -/1881, died February 1881
Raja BHAIRAM DEO, Raja of Bastar 1853/1891, born 21st May 1839, succeeded 27th August 1853, recognized as a Feudatory Chief by the British Government in 1865; he married (amongst others), Senior Rani Subra Kanwar, died October 1910 at Raipur, (a) Nawabai (concubine), and had issue, as well as illegitimate issue. He died 28th July 1891.
Raja Rudra Pratap Deo 
Maharanidhirani Padmalaya Devi, married Maharajadhiraj Nahar Deo of Kanker, and had issue.
Kunwar Bahadur Singh (by a secondary union)
Kunwar Arjun Singh (by a secondary union)

Raja RUDRA PRATAP DEO, Raja of Bastar 1891/1921, born 5th March 1885, succeeded 20th July 1891, installed in January 1908, educated at Rajkumar College, Raipur; married 1stly, Rani Kusumlata Devi, daughter of Raja Sir Basudeb Sudhal Deb of Bamra, she died 18th August 1911, married 2ndly, Rani Chandra Kumari, she died sp, and had issue, one son and one daughter. He died 1921.
Yuvaraj (name unknown) (by Rani Kusumlata Devi), died at the age of ten months.
Rani Prafulla Kumari Devi (by Rani Kusumlata Devi) 
  Prince Rudrapratap Deo 

Rani Prafulla Kumari Devi, Rani of Bastar 1921/1936, born 10th February 1910, married 1927, Lal Sahib Prafulla Chandra Bhanj Deo of Mayurbhanj, born 23rd May 1909, Member of the Lok Sabha, died 5th March 1959, and had issue. She died 28th February 1936 in London.
Rajkumari Kamla Devi (by Rani Prafulla Kumari Devi), born 2nd February 1928, married in Bijwa U.P. She died 1st January 1954.

Pravir, King of Bastar (Pravir Chandra Bhanj Deo 25 June 1929 - 25 March 1966) was the first Oriya ruler and 20th Maharaja of Bastar state who was killed in 1966 by then Congress government of Madhya Pradesh for championing the cause of his subjects. He fought for rights of the tribal people. He represented Jagdalpur Vidhan Sabha constituency of undivided Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly by winning General election of 1957.

He was the last Kakatiya ruler of Bastar. He was born in 25 June 1929 and was educated at Rajkumar College, Raipur. He succeeded to throne on 28 October 1936.

He was immensely popular among his people, as he took up the cause of the local tribal, and provided political leadership against exploitation of natural resources of the region, and corruption in land reforms, thus he was perceived a threat by the then ruling congress people. On 25 March 1966 he was killed in police firing at the steps of his own palace at Jagdalpur along with many of the royal court. Officially the death toll was twelve including the king and wounded were twenty; the police had fired sixty one rounds.

Maharaja VIJAY CHANDRA BHANJ DEO, Maharaja of Bastar 1966/1970, born 4th March 1934, married HH Maharani Hitendra Kumari, daughter of Thakore Saheb Surendrasinhji Karansinhji of Sayla, and had issue. He died 12th April 1970.
Maharaja Bharat Chandra Bhanj Deo 
Maharajkumar Shri Devesh Chandra Bhanj Deo, married and had issue.
Kumar Mohit Chandra Bhanj Deo
Kumari Juhika Devi Bhanj Deo
Maharajkumar Shri Harihar Chandra Bhanj Deo, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot (1974); a practising lawyer in the capital Jagdalpur, married and had issue.
Kumar Suryaveer Chandra Bhanj Deo
Rani Saheba Puspa Devi, married Raja Rajendra Chandra Deb Birabara Harichandan Mahapatra, 25th Raja Saheb of Talcher, and has issue, two sons.

Maharaja BHARAT CHANDRA BHANJ DEO, Maharaja of Bastar 1970/1996, born 1954, educated at Rajkumar College, Rajkot (1972); married Maharani Krishna Kumari Devi (now Maharajmata Krishna Kumari Devi of Bastar), daughter of Kumar Shri Madhavsinhji Bhimsinhji of Tharad, and had issue, one son and one daughter. He died 1996.
Maharaja Kamal Chandra Bhanj Deo
Rajkumari Gayatri Devi Bhanj Deo

Pinnamaneni Uday Bhaskar new APPSC Chairman

The Andhra Pradesh government has appointed Pinnamaneni Uday Bhaskar as Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission.

The post has been lying vacant for quite some time now. Dr. Uday Bhaskar, professor of Civil Engineering and Director of Foreign Universities and Alumni Relations of the JNTU Kakinada, is also director of evaluation at the JNTU-K. 

A B.Tech graduate from the JNTU College of Engineering, Dr. Uday Bhaskar did his masters and doctoral degrees in environmental engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.

He worked at the JNTU-K in various capacities including head of civil engineering, chief coordinator of several consultancy, modernisation and research projects. He published more than 20 research papers in the national and international journals and conferences.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Pulipati Vaiyapuri Gopalaswamy (alias) VAIKO

Pulipati V. Gopalsamy also known as Vaiko, is a prominent politician in Tamil Nadu, in south India. V Gopalsamy was born into a Telugu speaking Kamma Naidu family in Kalingapatty near Sankarankovil, Madras Presidency (now Tamil Nadu) on 22 May 1944 to Pulipati Vaiyapuri and Ravilla Mariammal 

He is the founder and General Secretary of the Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (MDMK), a political party active mainly in the state of Tamil Nadu. He is known for his vocal support of Tamil people in Sri Lanka and LTTE.

He graduated with a Bachelor of arts degree in economics from St. Xavier's College, Palayamkottai and masters from Presidency College, Chennai. He obtained his bachelor's degree in law from Madras Law College. He received Gold Medal in Economics and Best Speaker Award in St. Xavier’s College in 1964

Vaiko was a part of[Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (D.M.K)] and was formerly seen as the ideological protege of former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, M. Karunanidhi.Vaiko was detained for more than an year in 1976-77 during emergency and for 40 days on charges of organizing black flag demonstration against former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi’s visit to Tamil Nadu in Oct 1977.He has been arrested multiple times for peaceful demonstrations especially during the 1986-87 anti Hindi agitations.

He entered the Rajya Sabha in 1978 and has been member of the Upper House for three terms. He has also been elected to the Lok Sabha twice. In 1993, Vaiko started MDMK due to differences with Karunanidhi amid rumblings that Karunanidhi promoted his son M. K. Stalin to succeed him.

Vaiko was known as "Tiger Of Parliament" due to his vociferous speeches in Parliament.Vaiko protested against Kerala's demand for a new dam at Mullaperiyar and proposed building of dams in Pambar and Siruvani. Vaiko also supported national interlinking of rivers and Sethusamudram Shipping Canal Project. Vaiko filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in Madras High Court requesting closure of the copper smelting plant of Sterlite Industries in Tuticorin which did not follow the waste management procedures correctly and leading to the closure of the plant. Vaiko often goes on foot marches along with his party cadres to attract attention to issues.

Vaiko unequivocally supported LTTE and other organizations fighting for a separate Tamil country in Sri Lanka. He made a trip to Eelam at the height of the LTTE’s war with Sri Lankan Army. Vaiko was the first member of Parliament and chief of a registered political party in the country to be detained under the Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002. He was released after spending 18 months in prison.

In 2008, Criminal Investigation Department of Tamil Nadu police arrested Vaiko on charges of sedition. The charges stemmed from speeches Vaiko made at a party meeting on the Sri Lankan issue and the government's raids into LTTE-held areas on 21 October 2008. After 14 days in judicial custody, Vaiko was released.

He stated that India should retract its ban on the LTTE, claiming the ban was a shield to suppress freedom of expression and stifle the voice of the Opposition.

In 2005, Vaiko started the Marumalarchi Blood Donors' Club. Vaiko has launched many engagement programmes in rural areas with the participation of villagers. Vaiko has undergone a month-long padayatra in Tamil Nadu for the interlinking of inter state rivers in India. He arranged for giving vaccine for the 65Free Reprint Articles,000 kids of Sivakasi with three doses of shots to shield these people from Hepatitis and he used his private cash for the cause. He takes initiatives for the rehabilitation of the disabled children.

He married Renuka Devi on 14 June 1971. They have a son Durai Vaiyapuri and two daughters Rajalakshmi and Kannagi. Vaiko enjoys writing in his free time and has authored over 50 books apart from regular essays and columns in newspapers.

Vaiko's political career:
President-Kalingappatti Panchayat 1970
President- Land Development Bank, Kuruvikulam, 1971-75
Chairman- Kuruvikulam Panchayat Union.1970-76
President- District Central Co-Operative Bank. Tirunelveli 1972-73 
Propaganda Secretary- DMK Party for Tirunelveli and Kanyakumari Districts,
Election Campaign Secretary of DMK from 1984 to 1993.
1978-96 Member of Parliament –Rajya Sabha
Founder of Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra kalagam on 6th of May 1994.
1998-99-Member of Parliament – Lok Sabha-Sivakasi
1999-2004 Member of Parliament-Lok Sabha-Sivakasi.

Saturday, November 21, 2015

List of Indian National Badminton Champions - Kammas

   3 National champions in a family (Gopichand, PVV Lakshmi and Gayathri)
Men's singles: 
Pullela Gopichand (1996 to 2000)
Parupalli Kashyap (2012)

Women's singles: 
P. V. V. Lakshmi (1994 and 1995)
Gadde Ruthvika Shivani (2014)

Women's Doubles:
P. V. V. Lakshmi (1995)
P. V. Sharada    

P. V. V. Lakshmi (1999)
along with Madhumita Bist 

Jwala Gutta (2000)
along with  Shruti Kurian   

Neelima Chowdary (2001)
along with  D. Swetha        

Jwala Gutta (2002 to 2008)
along with Shruti Kurian     

Jwala Gutta (2009 and 2013)
along with  Ashwini Ponnappa  

Mixed Doubles
Pullela Gopichand  (2003)
Jwala Gutta  
Jwala Gutta  (2005)
along with Valiyaveetil Diju  

Jwala Gutta  (2009)
along with Valiyaveetil Diju  

Xavier Naidoo to represent Germany in Stockholm

Song chosen in a live show by televoting on February 18th

Hamburg, Germany One of Germany's most successful artists has been internally chosen represent his country in the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest: Xavier Naidoo. Some of the most renowned songwriters and producers have been asked to prepare songs for him, the six best out of which will be presented in a national final on February 18th. The entry which Xavier Naidoo will sing on stage in Stockholm will be picked by the German TV viewers.

With 20 years of stage experience, all of his albums going gold or platinum, and several TV awards, Xavier Naidoo is undoubtedly on of the biggest stars of the German music scene. In 2016, he will add another items to his long list of achievements: He will represent Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest.

"Unser Song für Xavier" on February 18th
The song Xavier Naidoo will sing on stage in Stockholm has not been chosen yet - this important task remains for the German TV viewers. On February 18th, he will present six songs in a live show on the public TV channel Das Erste.

Three music experts, including Germany's latest Eurovision Song Contest winner Lena, will give their opinions on the songs during the show, but in the end, televoting will solely decide on the winning entry.

The best German composers and producers have been asked to submit their songs, with no restrictions on the language of the lyrics - they can be in German but also in English, for example. The six songs for the national final will be picked by a jury consisting of music experts on December 15th, with the involvement of Xavier Naidoo. 

After December 16th, the songs will be presented to students of film and art academies in order to prepare staging concepts for the performances. These ideas, too, will be used in the live show.

About Xavier Naidoo
Xavier Naidoo has shaped German pop music for two decades. His albums sold millions in Germany, they topped the charts for weeks, and they all reached gold or platinum status. Their success extends to Austria and Switzerland. His song Dieser Weg was the official sound track for the German national team in the 2006 FIFA World Cup and thus was one of the most played songs of that year.

But Xavier Naidoo is not only a very successful musician - he also won several TV prizes. Currently he is touring Germany with his band Die Söhne Mannheims, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the group. 

"Xavier Naidoo is an exceptional artist, who has been well-known in the German music business for more than 20 years. This is why we decided to directly select him. The fact that Xavier has agreed to represent Germany in Stockholm is, at the same time, an obligation for us to create the best possible conditions for his performance. For that reason we have changed the selection procedure this year: We ask Germany's best producers and composers to write for Xavier. And by cooperating with students of film and art academia, we want to encourage young and creative people to develop staging and performance concepts for the Eurovision Song Contest. The success of Lena, Loreen and Måns Zelmerlöw have shown that not only the personality of the singers and the power of the songs play a key role in the voting but also the staging of the acts. I am happy about Xavier's commitment and courage to take part in this and about his trust in us. I am looking forward to exciting months ahead of us", explains Thomas Schreiber, entertainment coordinator of the German public broadcaster ARD.

Friday, November 20, 2015


Dr.V.GENGUSWAMY NAIDU is the only son of the blessed couple Sri.K.VENKATASUBBA NAIDU and Smt.V.LAKSHMI AMMAL, born on04.10.1931 at PETHAPPAMPATTI VILLAGE, Udumalpet taluk, CoimbatoreDistrict in Tamil Nadu.

He studied Business Management Technology at PHILADELPHIA Institute of Technology, U.S.A.
He married Srimathi.RAJA LAKSHMI, daughter of Sri.G.V.GOVINDA SWAMY NAIDU. The industrial magnet of UDUMALPET.

Dr.V.GENGUSWAMY NAIDU was conferred the Doctor of Literature on 25.05.1989 by the Pondicherry Central University for his outstanding contributions as Entrepreneur Practical Educationist and shrewd Academician.

He has philanthropic nature extending service for the uplift of downtrodden in various ways. He is no doubt a multidimensional personality. He has set up Paper and Textile Mills, opened innumerable schools all over Tamil Nadu. 

He is the father of TAMILNADU KAMMA NAIDU MAHAJANA SANGAM. He promoted sports and games, rendering service as head in many organizations. Taking into account his services in various capacities and responsibilities, his name deserves to be as ‘KODAIVALLAL AND “GOOD SAMARIAN’.

 Amaravathi Sri Venkatesa Paper Mills Ltd., Madathukulam
 The Sri Venketesa Mills Ltd., Udumalpet.
 Rajalakshmi Paper Mills Ltd., Udumalpet.
 Vishnuvardhan Paper Mills Pvt.Ltd., Madathukulam.
 V.G.Paper & Boards Ltd., Madathukulam.
 V.G.Textiles (P) Ltd. Pethappampatti.
 Nithya Finance Ltd., Udumalpet.

Chairman : South India Paper Mills Association.
Vice President : All India Small Scale Paper Mills Association.
President : Tamilnadu Paper Mills Association

 Member : Managing Committee. Sri Visalakshi Girls Higher Secondary School, Udumalpet.
 Governing Council / Secretary Sri G.V.G. Visalakshi College for Women, Udumalpet.
 Governing Council, PSG Institute of Medical Sciences, Coimbatore.
 Board of Governors. Indira Gandhi School of Management, Central University, Pondicherry
 Founder : Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery, Matric. and Hr.Sec.Schools Tamilnadu (Total Schools: 35  Nursery, Primary & Matric. Higher Secondary)
 Correspondent : Madurai Manner Thirumalai Naicker College, Madurai

Founder and Correspondent
 1. Rajalakshmi Genguswamy Matriculation Higher Sec.School, Udumalpet.
 2. Rajalakshmi Genguswamy Matriculation Higher Sec. School, Pethappampatti, Udumalpet.(TK)
 3. Rajalakshmi Genguswamy Matriculation Higher Sec.School, Manoorpalayam, Dharapuram TK.
 4. G.V.G.Visalakshi Matric.Higher Sec.School, Udumalpet.
 5. Dr.V.G.N.Matric.Hr.Sec.School, Othakkalmandapam, Coimbatore.

President : Bharat Scouts & Guides Pollachi Education District
Ex.State President : Tamil Nadu Volley Ball Association.
Government Nominee Member : Nehru Stadium Committee, Coimbatore.

Founder President : Udumalpet Fine Arts Society
Life Member : Sri Thyagabrama Mahotsave Sabha, Thiruvaiyaru

His liberal donations for the renovations of Temples and Construction of New Temples deserves to be applauded. He specially contribute much for the renovation of Srirangam Ranganatha Swami Temple, Thiruvarur Temple, Thiruvaiyaru Temple, Srivilliputhur Temple. By his donations, manu new Temples in rural areas have been constructed.

Honourary Member : Rotary Club of Udumalpet.
Awardee of ‘For the Sake of Honour’ Award.
President : Udumalai Makkal Peravai
Founder & Managing Trustee : Rajalakshmi Genguswamy Charities, Udumalpet.
Founder : G.V.G. Naidu Auditorium cum Kalyana Mandapam, Udumalpet.
: The Sri Venkateswara Kalyana Mandapam,Venkatesapuram, Udumalpet.
: Venkatesa Subba Naidu Thirumana Mandapam, Pethappampatti.

He has donated a lot of funds for the construction of Mid-Day Meals Kitchens, Laboratories, Class Rooms, Assembly Halls and for providing play Grounds in many Schools in Tamil Nadu. 3.5 Acres of land has been donated by our leader for the construction of Adi-Dravidas Quarters at Kethanur Village in Palladam Taluk. He has also constructed ‘Kalyana Mandapams for the Adi-Dravidas Marriages of many poor people have been performed by his donation of ‘Mangal Sutras’ and Wedding Costumes.

He has been kind enough in helping financially destitutes, widows and physically handicapped to earn their living by running Dairying, Tailoring, Petty Trades etc. He focused his attention to uplift the downtrodden pondering over their problems and finding our solutions, as a social service.
PRESIDENT, TAMILNADU KAMMA NAIDU MAHAJANA SANGAM He is the Unique leader of 35 lakh Kamma Community mainly depending on agriculture in Tamil Nadu. Thanks to his effort, all kammas are united under one banner ‘KAMMA NAIDU MAHAJANA SANGAM’. For his Yeomen Service, he has to be aptly Called ‘KALIYUGA DHARMA MOORTHY’. To provide the noblest education, he has started more than 35 English Medium Schools all over Tamil Nadu facilitating accessibility by conveyances to the poorest of the poor in the remotest rural areas, irrespective of casts, creed and religious.

The complete family of Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Garu is involving itself to improve our community and especially his son Sri.G.Ravindara Naidu would be the torch bearer to lead us and uphold the aim of his father to materialize our cause in the ensuing years.

The Telugu population of Tamilnadu constitutes 35% of the state population under 37 different associations. They are brought together under one federation under his leadership. The grievances of Telugu people have been ventilated in the big conference of 10 lakh Telugu people held in Chennai in 1990 under his leadership. In 1992 a huge gathering of Tamil Nadu ‘Kamma Naidu Mahajana Sangam’ was held at Kovilpatti. In 2001, March (05-03-2001) another big rally followed by a large conference was held at Seerani Arangam, on the sands of Marina, Chennai. 

He was chosen as founder president of the World Telugu Federation and inaugurated the world convention and 9th TANA conference from 15th July 1993 in U.S.A. On 5th March 2001, he led a great procession of the Tamil Nadu Telugu Federation and held an eye opening conference at Marina, Chennai. His Service is well recognized and he has been known as the Chairman of All India Kamma Naidu Federation associating all Kamma Naidu Sangams.

State President : Tamilnadu United Naidugal Association.
Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation Higher Secondary School
28-A, Chittoor Road,
Tiruttani - 631 209.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation Higher Secondary School
Bangaramman Kandigai,
Tiruttani road, Arakonam - 631 003.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation Higher Secondary School
Othakkal Mandapam, 
Pollachi Road, Coimbatore

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Thayumanava Chetty Street, 
Ponneri - 601 204.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Kancheepuram Road, 
Cheyur - 604 407.

Dr. V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
106, Car Street, 
Maduantakam - 603 306.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Ponnai, Ponnai & Post,
Walaja Taluk, Vellore District - 632 514.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
15,Arani Road, Sankaranpalayam, 
Vellore - 632 001.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Kalavai, Kalavai Post, 
Arcot Taluk, Vellore District - 632 506.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Melattur, Melattur Post, Papanasam Taluk, 
Thanjavur District - 614 301.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Thiruvengadam & Post, 
Thirunelveli District - 627 719

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Thottiyam & Post, 
Trichy District - 621 215.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Matriculation School
Thandrambut Road,

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
86, T.K.Nambi Street, 
Kancheepuram - 631 503.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Kothur, Kothur post, 
Oomerabad Via, Vellore

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Gudipalli Village, Sempalli Post, 
Gudiyattam Taluk, Vellore - 632 601.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Kollapuram, Murasalapalli Post, 
Peranambut, Vellore - 635 810.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Karumbur, Thuthipet Post, 
Vellore District - 635 811.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Nandivaram, Guduvancheri - 603 202. 
Kancheepuram District

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and Primary School
Vishnuvakkam Village, Kilanoor Post, 
Tiruvallur District - 602 021

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Sakkaramallur Post, Arcot Taluk, 
Vellore District.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
No.6, M.P.S.Salai, 
Tirutanni - 631 209.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Pilikkalpalayam & Post (Via) Jedarpalayam, 
Paramathy, Vellore Taluk, Namakkal District - 637 213

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Mullaivadi Post, Athur Taluk, 
Salem District - 636 102.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
71, Uppilipalayam Main Road, 
Varadarajapuram, Coimbatore - 641 015.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Pattinam & Post, (Via) Ondipudur,
Coimbatore - 641016.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Nehru Nagar, Kalapatti Main Road, 
Aerodrome, Coimbatore - 641 016.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery & primary school
Vaiyampatti & Post, Mannapparai Taluk,
Karur District - 621 315.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and primary school
Tharangampatti Village & Post, 
Kulithalai Taluk - 621 315. Vaiyampatti (Via)

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and Primary School
Thambi Pettai, T.Palayam Post,
Kullanchavadi Via, Cuddalore District - 607 301.

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and Primary School
Vijayapuram, 3/121,Main Road, 
Kalayamputhur Post - 624 613. Palani Taluk

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu Nursery and Primary School
Kandivakkam, Edayar Pakkam Post, 
Sriperumbudur Taluk

Dr.V.Gengusamy Naidu I.T.I
Pallipet, Periyarkurichi,