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25.6.22

Online Applications Are Invited for Admissions Into TTD Junior Colleges from 25th June


On-line applications are open from June 25-July 10 for admissions into TTD junior colleges from eligible candidates for the academic year 2022-23.

 

While online applications are in English, for the benefit of the students, the prospectus and user manuals of respective colleges are available in both Telugu and in English

 

How to apply

 

Logging on into TTD education website -admission.tirumala.org the students will notice the two boxes - “Student Manual in English" or "Student Manual in Telugu"

Students should click on required box and read the application system.

 

Later they should select the Junior college for intermediate course and click on it. Read the screen about different junior colleges, seats available in groups, eligible qualifications, system of seats filling up and guidelines etc.

 

As per students choice SMS is sent to them as per reservation and merit after the closing date of admissions. Students should upload their credentials and if there are lapses in the certificates the applications would be automatically cancelled.

 

Hence students should upload in online before the deadline due for applications and no options available for corrections later.

 

TTD appealed to students to study the user manuals and colleges prospectus carefully before uploading their applications.

 

During course of applying the students could resolve their technical doubts about courses and groups, hostels and regulations in the online itself.

 

The TTD website admission.tirumala.org will display a box with helpline numbers. On clicking the students can access the faculty members phone numbers to resolve their queries if any.

31.3.22

TTD CVSO Felicitates





TTD CVSO Sri Gopinath Jatti felicitated 21 security and CCTV technical personnel for their impressive discharging of duties in tracing out thieves, missing cases etc. and restoring the lost ones to the pilgrims.

 

The program was held in Common Command Control Room in Tirumala on Wednesday evening.

 

Stressing that the programme was meant to encourage the workforce, the CVSO said that he wish to foresee the same spirit from them in future too.

 

He also appreciated the effective monitoring of C3 centre by the Vigilance Inspector Sri M Siva Shankar.

 

This year till March 10, out of 247 cases reported, the Security personnel could able to resolve 211 successfully with the help of CCTV footages.

 

AVSOs Sri Sai Giridhar, Vigilance AVSO Sri Padmanabhan, VI Sri Pratap and other security sleuths were also present.

 

26.3.22

Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav at Rajamahendravaram makes audience nostalgic of the good old era of rich art and culture!

Rajamahendravaram, March 26, 2022: Chief Guest Sri Biswabhusan Harichandan, Hon’ble Governor of Andhra Pradesh; inaugurated the two-day National Cultural Festival of India, Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav 2022, hosted by the, Government of India; today at Arts College Grounds, Rajamahendravaram. The Mahotsav hosted on March 26th and 27th was graced by Guests of Honor Shri G. Kishan Reddy; Hon’ble Union Minister of Tourism, Culture & Development of North Eastern Region of India, Government of India; Sri M. Srinivasa Rao, Hon'ble Minister of Tourism and Culture, AP; Sri Chelluboyina Srinivasa Venugopalakrishna, Hon'ble Minister for B.C. Welfare, AP; Sri Margani Bharat, Hon’ble MP, Rajamahendravaram; Sri M. Mohan BabuCine Actor and Former MP; Smt. Jayaprada, Cine Actress and Former MP and Smt. Adi Reddy Bhavani, Hon’ble MLA, Rajamahendravaram City.

 

HE Sri Biswabhusan Harichandan, speaking on the occasion said, as you all are aware Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsav is part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsavhosted by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. There are several Rashtriya Sanskriti Mahotsavs being hosted across the country and this is one of them. We need to rekindle the spirit of freedom struggle and for that the Prime Minister has installed the hologram statue of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and a huge statue will be installed in India Gate. You must be remembering that during the freedom struggle, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose had said Dilli Chalo. In one of my articles I said Netaji has reached India Gate, which means he reached Dilli. He is the Prime Minister who paid a tribute to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose. Netaji asked the people of the country during the freedom fight, ‘give me blood I will give freedom’, there was turmoil all over the country from Himalaya to Kanya Kumari, people came on to the streets and Netaji started attacking the Britishers from outside the country. Netaji had highest respect for Mahatma Gandhiji, but he felt through non-voilent methods we can’t drive away the Britishers, and that’s the only difference. He went to Chicago from there to Japan, Germany and formed a provisional government of free India in exile, which was recognized by nine countries including Germany, Japan and others. In the 1942 Quit India Movement, Gandhiji asked the people to come to the streets and ask Britishers to quit India, many people thought it was not possible to ask such a great power to quit India, but when lakhs of people joined Mahatma Gandhi and asked the Britishers to quit India, tremors were felt in the country. Contributions of Sabarmati Ashram, Farmers agitation gave a great push to the freedom struggle. Through Sepoy mutiny and Paika Bidrohawe fought the Britishers, our sepoys who raised the guns against the Britishers in 1857 are being honoured. I am extremely joyed today seeing this huge congregation and especially with the coming together of artists of art, crafts and culture. Happy that we are celebrating Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav with honour and joy and also proud of the fact that our forefathers fought against the Britishers. India is the greatest democracy of the world now and going ahead. It has become another superpower and we being the citizens of this country we are all proud and should be prepared to make lots of sacrifices for this country.  

 

The Mahotsav had an auspicious beginning with a discourse on Bhagvad Gita by Sri Gangadhar Sastry, on the first day. Later a classical Odissi dance performance by Aloka Kanungo enthralled the audience and popular singers Sri S.P. Charan and Smt. U. Sunita, regaled the gathering with some eternal melodies from the legends of Indian Cinema, Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar, Sri Ghantasala, Sri S.P. Balasubramanyam and Sri Sirivennela Sitaram Sastry.

 

The second day’s event was graced by Chief Guest and Hon’ble Minister of State for Culture & External Affairs, Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi. The day had Taal Vadya kacheri, a musical treat by P. Jaya Bhaskar followed by a musical tribute paid to the legends of Indian Cinema Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar, Sri Ghantasala, Sri S.P. Balasubramanyam; Sri Sirivennela Sitarama Sastry by popular singers Smt. S.P. Shailaja and Sri Vandemataram Srinivas.

 

On both the days, over 540 Zonal folk artists and 280 folk artists from Andhra Pradesh, presented colorful cultural extravaganza of choreographed folk performances, making the Mahotsav cherishable for a lifetime. Spellbinding performances by drummers from all Zonal Cultural Centers on day one and choreographed folk martial arts by artists drawn from all parts of India on the second day, were the hallmark of the event.





 

22.3.22

TTD Addl Eo Plants Trees at Tirumala



As part of international forest day celebrations on March 21, the TTD additional EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy on Monday planted trees in Tirumala.

 

TTD additional EO Sri Reddy planted saplings of Sampangi, popularly linked to Tirumala. Thereafter the TTD forest and garden department officials planted various fruit, flower, and social gardening saplings at different locations of Tirumala.


DFO  Sri Seinivasulu Reddy, FROs Sri Prabhakar Reddy abs Sri Venkata Subbiah and others were present.

 

17.3.22

Hyatt Place Hyderabad, brings back the days of yore of Nizam era food through ‘MASNAD-PE-DAWAT’!

 Hyderabad, March 17th, 2022:  Hyatt Place Hyderabad, Banjara Hills; is hosting an authentic Nizami Food Festival ‘MASNAD-PE-DAWAT’ from March 16th to 31st, 2022. Guests of honour Mr Andrew Fleming, British Deputy High Commissioner, Hyderabad and Shri Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Principal Secretary - l & C & IT, Govt. of Telangana; graced the Festival; today. Ms Dilnaz Baig, connoisseur of authentic Hyderabadi cuisine and Mr Gaurav, Executive Chef, Hyatt Place; were present on the occasion. A soulful and melodious qawwali was presented on the occasion

 

The cuisine for the food festival was specially curated by Mr Gaurav and Ms Dilnaz Baig, who comes with a culinary wisdom of Nizam era. Foodies could experience the authentic flavours of Hyderabadi cuisine straight from the recipes of the Nizams. The lavish spread includes mouth-watering biryanis, delicious Haleem, luscious kebabs and decadent Qubani-ka-meetha. The royal Nizami fare is nothing short of sheer indulgence!

 

“The authenticity and originality of certain classic dishes have been lost in the process of curating fusion and modern-day cuisine. MASNAD-PE-DAWAT brings back the days of yore of Nizam era to leave food connoisseurs lapping up for more”, says, Mr Gaurav. Authentic food has its space and people wanting such food have places to look for. Indian food has adopted itself to people’s palates. This festival offers traditional Hyderabadi home food to all the lovers of such food.

 

“We want to revive the authenticity of Hyderabadi cuisine and want all of our guests to time travel back to the era of the Nizams and get a taste of the royals!”, says Mr Animesh Barat, General Manager – Hyatt Place Hyderabad

 

Ms. Baig is known for her home-dining experience, Dastarkhwan-e-Naz which she hosts at her beautiful home in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad and serves traditional home-cooked delicacies in old-style chowki seating. She is extremely passionate about cooking and believes in retaining the true authenticity of flavors. Ms. Baig ensures all her delicacies are prepared with the finest of ingredients that are sourced from various cities and places.

 

The long-lost authentic Hyderabadi cuisines will be available on a platter for all the gastronomes longing to relish lip-smacking Nizami food at the MASNAD-PE-DAWAT, says Ms Dilnaz BaigI have passion for people and the best way to get people to come home, is by feeding them. I stick to the traditional cooking ways. Every home has a unique touch and way to cook food. Hyderabadi food has evolved from the Golconda period. For me no cuisine is as good as Hyderbadi cuisine.   

 

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12.3.22

Quality Food in Sri Venkateswara Arts College - Principal


The food that is being served for the hostel students in SV Arts College is hygienic and qualitative said, the college Principal Smt Dr T Narayanamma.

 

In a statement released on Friday evening, she refuted the allegations by AISF union leaders and termed them baseless.

 

Putting forth the facts she stated as a security measure to avoid the entry of outsiders into college campus, two walls have been constructed near SV University gate and LIC Road gate.

 

The college fees is fixed by AP State Counsel of Higher Education

 

Faculty appointed for Dairy Science, Sanskirt. Soon appointment of guest faculties will be carried out for other subjects too.

 

Principal PA has been seny to Botany department and appointed a new person.

 

Since the post of Librarian is pending in Court, the issue is put before higher authorities.

 

The behaviour of AISF leaders with Principal, Deputy Warden, Vigilance and Security staff was seriously condemned.

 

9.3.22

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BKbBIUEKRtM


 

Cultural Programmes Enthrall







2022 The series of cultural programmes performed by the women employees of TTD enthralled the audience and the Mahati platform brought out their inbuilt talents on to the fore.

 

The skit on Disha incident, Lava-Kusa act, Modern Mother-in-Law and country side Daughter -in-Law, fancy dress, songs rendered by the employees made everyone spell bound.

 

All the departments of TTD made elaborate arrangements for the Women's festival.

 

TTD welfare DyEO  Sri Damodaram and his team of staffs worked day and night to make the function a grand success.  TTD APRO Ms. P. Neelima and 

Dr V Krishnaveni, Head of Telugu department in SPW Degree college were  anchors of the event. 

 

Spl Gr. DyEOs Smt Varalakshmi, all DyEOs, College Principals, CMO InCharge Dr Narmada, women doctors from TTD, Ayurvedic College and women employees were also present.

Women alone can build new society: TTD JEO (H & E)

 The International Women's Day held by TTD in Mahati Auditorium on Tuesday witnessed the the great union of women stalwarts in various fields from temple city of Tirupati.

 

During their extempore speeches, TMC mayor Dr Shirisha, TTD JEO(H &E) smt Sada Bhargavi exhorted women to play decisive role in all sectors and excel with their inborn skills.

 

Participating in the TTD organised International Womens Day celebrations at Mahati Auditorium as Chief Guest, the first ever Mayor for TMC who is also a Gynecologist by Profession Dr R Sireesha said it is the women who got the capacity to sustain human race in the world and it is the bounded duty of every citizen to safe guard and respect women. She said the Honourable CM of AP Sri YS Jaganmohan Reddy had given priority to women to excel in key posts.

 

TTD Trust board member Sri P Ashok Kumar said women with education and equal rights had achieved extraordinary results and India had witnessed 16 women Chief Ministers who made laudable contributions towards the  development of their respective states.

 

TTD JEO Smt Sada Bhargavi said in Hindu Dharma, the deities whom we offer prayers every day have given prominent place to their spouse like Brahma on His tongue, Sri Maha Vishnu in his bosom, Maha Siva in half of His body and highlighted the importance of women.

 

She said unhappiness, diseases, wars etc prevailed wherever women are insulted and assaulted but wealth and peace wherever they are honoured.

 

Tirupati urban Additional SP Smt Supraja said girl child be nurtured to face all difficult situations bravely and also extolled the Nirbhaya act.

 

SV Zoo Curator and Deputy Conservator of Forest Smt Hima Shailaja said women enshrined as Goddesses in Hindu society and even Adi Shankaracharya had mentioned about the significance of women in his popular work Soundarya Lahiri.

 

SV University Dean Dr Savitramma and International athlete Smt Soujanya who had 250 National and international medals to her credit also spoke on the occasion.

 

Felicitations to dignitaries

 

The Welfare Wing of TTD which has organised the program also felicitated  all the dignitaries.

 

15 TTD employees given Sri Padmavati awards.

 

As part of the International Women's  Day celebrations, 15 women employees belonging to various departments of TTD in different cadres were presented with the prestigious Sri Padmavati awards for their meritorious services in the organisation.

 

CULTURAL PROGRAMMES ENTHRALL

 

The series of cultural programmes performed by the women employees of TTD enthralled the audience and the Mahati platform brought out their inbuilt talents on to the fore.

 

The skit on Disha incident, Lava-Kusa act, Modern Mother-in-Law and country side Daughter -in-Law, fancy dress, songs rendered by the employees made everyone spell bound.

 

All the departments of TTD made elaborate arrangements for the Women's festival.

 

TTD welfare DyEO  Sri Damodaram and his team of staffs worked day and night to make the function a grand success.  TTD APRO Ms. P. Neelima and 

Dr V Krishnaveni, Head of Telugu department in SPW Degree college were  anchors of the event. 

 

Spl Gr. DyEOs Smt Varalakshmi, all DyEOs, College Principals, CMO InCharge Dr Narmada, women doctors from TTD, Ayurvedic College and women employees were also present.

 














4.3.22

Music Competition Held


TIRUPATI, 04 MARCH 2022: As part of International women's Day which is to take place on March 8 at Mahati Auditorium, TTD has conducted Music competitions for its women employees.

 

The competition was held in SV College of Music and Dance on Friday.

 

The women employees rendered devotional and patriotic songs.

 

Principal Sri Tirupati M Sudhakar, judges Smt Chinnama Devi, Sri Sudhakar, organising committee members were also present.

Awareness Program on Women Safety


Awareness programme on the safety of women was organised in TTD run SV Arts College by Women Protection Cell to the girl students on Thursday.


Speaking on the occasion, the Principal of the college Dr Narayanamma said the women students should make use of the Women Protection Cell when need arises without any hesitation.


AVSO Smt Kalavati said the girl students shall bring their issues to the notice of Vigilance Wing which is always open at their service.


Crime Branch SI Smt Sumati said, the girls shall make use of She Teams on necessity.


Women Protection Cell Convenor Smt Vijaya sri and others were also present.

27.2.22

Inaugurates The Six-Day Expo Cum Sale of TTD Crafts

 Describing the students of Sri Venkateswara Institute of Traditional Sculpture and Architecture (SVITSA) as the "Torch Bearers" of the rich Indian culture and heritage, TTD JEO (H & E) Smt Sada Bhargavi called upon the faculty and students to take their craftsmen expertise to a global level.

 

Inaugurating the six-day long Exhibition cum Sales of the various artifacts by the students of TTD-run SVITSA at Alipiri in Tirupati on Saturday along with SVIMS Director Dr Vengamma, the JEO (H & E) said, TTD is the only organization that has recognized and giving boost to the traditional arts like temple architecture, sculpting and painting courses. "TTD has commenced this institution in 1960 and the last six decades nearly 760 odd students from this prestigious institution have successfully completed their four-year-long course and settled in various fields. I wish that this great institution should give more such artisans to the country to sustain the rich temple culture and architecture for the coming generations ", she asserted.

 

The JEO (H & E) said TTD is running six courses in SVITSA including Temple Architecture, Stone, Sudha, Metal and wood sculptures, Traditional painting (Kalamkari). She said, there is a need to encourage the students to set up small-scale industries with their artistic expertise for which they should be trained in business techniques. She also advised conducting workshops and seminars to enhance their business skills to promote their artifacts globally.

 

Earlier, during her address on the occasion, the Director of SVIMS Dr Vengamma said appreciated the efforts of TTD in encouraging the special courses related to traditional arts which are the face of Indian Heritage.

 

The JEO (H & E) also felicitated Smt Mamatha Reddy, the renowned entrepreneur who encouraged Kalamkari sarees in the temple city of Tirupati using natural color dyes and won international recognition on the occasion.

 

Earlier the students of each branch explained to the JEO (H & E) the importance of each Traditional artifact that was put for display in the exhibition along with its process of preparation. 

 

Devasthanam Education Officer Sri C Govindarajan, the Principal of the Institution, Sri Venkat Reddy, senior faculty Sri G Sagar, Principals of other TTD educational institutions, other faculty, and students were also present.