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Walkways for To Overcome Human - Animal Conflict in the Long Run - Wildlife Chief Warden of AP

The intention of both the State Government and TTD is to make the footpath routes to Tirumala safe zones for pedestrian pilgrims and at the same time protecting the interest of wildlife, said the Wildlife Chief Warden of Andhra Pradesh, Sri Y Madhusudhan Reddy.

Speaking to media persons at Annamaiah Bhavan in Tirumala on Tuesday, the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests [WL] said, he had discussed in length with the TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy about the short term and long-term plans to overcome the Human-Animal conflict in the Tirumala footpath routes and ghat roads. Elaborating further he said, after the leopard attack on Lakshita, a six-year old girl, both the forest and TTD have spruced up the measures along the footpath routes and especially in the Alipiri Footpath route in a big way. "We have placed 20 hi-fi real time cameras and another 300 camera traps all along the Seventh mile and Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple and caught hold of five leopards and shifted them to SV Zoo Park. Also procuring 500 nos. advanced sim based real time camera traps. Due to several food establishments along the Alipiri footpath route, the animals like deer, wild pigs, dogs are coming for these food wastes which are in turn prompting the wild cats and other beasts like sloth bear. So restrictions  were imposed on eateries. Joint measures like sending the pilgrims in a troupe of 100 with security guards, allowing children to walk along footpath only upto 2pm, movement of two wheelers along ghat roads from 6am to 6pm will continue till the things turn to normalcy", he added.

The Principal Chief Conservator of Forests also said, as a long term measure "Elevated Walkways" have been suggested. The Seshachala Ranges are a treasure house of flora and fauna and rich scenic beauty. These walkways not only enable the pedestrian walkers to experience the natural beauties but also provide free passage to wildlife without obstructing their natural movements", he further added. 

Chief Conservator of Forests Sri Nageswara Rao, Deputy CF of TTD Sri Srinivasulu were also present.


Rotarians join in ‘Tri Colour Walk’ on the eve of 77th Indian Independence Day at Necklace Road!

Hyderabad, August 13th, 2023
: Rotarians from across Telangana, Twin Cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, from Guntur and Prakasam, in Andhra Pradesh joined in unique ‘Tri Colour Walk’ on the eve of the 77th Indian Independence Day, today at the Thrill City, Necklace Road. Chief Guest Rotarian Dr Shankar Reddy Busireddy, District Governor 2023-24, RI District 3150; flagged off the human chain rally with 100 meters Indian flag, amidst celebratory enthusiasm and patriotic fervor displayed by the participants in an electric atmosphere, during the rally. The rally signified Rotary International’s initiatives providing continuous succor to the needy sections of the society and creating Hope in the World.


Rotary International District 3150, comprising of the Rotary Club Secunderabad West; Rotary Club Jubilee Hills; Rotary Club Hyd Legend; Rotary Club Megacity; Rotary Club Hyderabad Pride; Rotary Club Sanikpuri; Rotary Club Himayathnagar; Rotary Club Miyapur; Rotary Club Hyderabad Crusaders and others; organized the walk.


It’s a moment filled with immense sense of pride and joy as the nation celebrates the remarkable accomplishments over the past 76 years. The Tri Colour Walk hosted by Rotary International offered the current generation a valuable opportunity to reflect on the sacrifices, dedication, and the unwavering determination of our forefathers, who fought tirelessly for the independence. As Rotarians let us continue to do more and more projects to benefit the community and create hope in the world, says Dr Shankar Reddy Busireddy.


Rotary International District 3150, is involved in several charitable initiatives including construction of more than 100 schools and 100 plus toilets in the recent times. Set up four Dialasys Centers, one Blood Bank, one Mobile Eye Hospital, one Palliative Care Unit Sparsh, three Artificial Limb Centers, one Color Doppler Unit MNJ Cancer hospital, one Cataract Surgery Unit at Pushpagiri hospital, one Pediatric Heart Surgery Unit at NIMS Hyderabad, one Skin Bank at Osmania Hospital, among innumerable other projects in the recent past alone.


TTD Chairman Inagurates Feed Mixing Plant at SV Gosala

With an aim to produce healthy bovines, TTD has set up a feed mixing plant in SV Gosala at Tirupati which was inaugurated by TTD Chairman Sri YV Subba Reddy along with TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy on Friday.

Speaking on the occasion, the Chairman said, this would helps not only producing healthy calves, but also enhancing the quantity of milk produce.

He said, the SV Veterinary University along with America based New Tech Bio Sciences Institution, has come out with three point formula to manufacture hygienic fodder for the cattle and inked a pact on the same.

TTD along with a firm has constructed a Feed Mixing Plant at a cost of Rs.11crores in SV Goshala which is inaugurated and henceforth the fodder will be produced for the cattle. So that this would help in enhancing the milch capacity of bovines by 10-15% and we can generate 4000 litres of milk that is required for the needs of TTD in SV Gosala itself, he added. 

TTD Board Member Sri Pokala Ashok Kumar, JEO for Health and Education Smt Sada Bhargavi, CE Sri Nageswara Rao, SVVU Vice-Chancellor Sri Padmanabha Reddy, SV Gosala Director Dr Harinatha Reddy and others were present.


SV High School To be Elevated to International Standards Soon - TTD JEo(H&E)

TTD JEO for Health and Education, Smt. Sada Bhargavi asserted that the TTD’s SV High School in Tirumala will soon be elevated to International Standards in providing qualitative education.

Speaking on the occasion of the 51st anniversary of Sri Venkateswara High School at Tirumala on Friday evening, the JEO said, the school which started with just one student and a teacher, now has a strength of 25 teachers with 675 pupils.

“With a noble intention to take the school to global standards, TTD EO Sri AV Dharma Reddy mulled an innovative idea to train the students involving the country’s top most Educational Trust which has been providing the best curriculum to several thousands of students across the nation, Sri Sulochana Devi Singhania Educational Trust”, she added. 

IIT Chennai Director Professor Kamakoti who also graced the occasion, said that parents should recognize and encourage their children's talent. Parents are advised to develop the spirit of questioning in their kids. He said that by 2047, India will become a superpower in terms of technology in the world and advised the students to study hard and climb higher peaks.

Devasthanam Education Officer Dr. Bhaskar Reddy said that students should study with discipline and perseverance to reach their desired goals.

Earlier, the Principal of the school Sri. Krishnamurthy, presented the annual report. Later, the cultural programs performed by the students allured everyone.

Vice President of Reymonds, Mr. Sanjeevi Sarin, Singhania Educational Institution Director Ms. Revathi Srinivasan, VGO Sri Bali Reddy, teachers, parents and students participated in this program.


Musical Fiesta Allures

Musical fiesta captivated devotees on Monday at Sri Kapileswara Swamy temple.

On the last day of the ongoing annual brahmotsavams, Harikatha, devotional musical concert by Sri Sabari Girish, Bharatnayam under the guidance of Sri Pavan Kumar were performed.

Special Officer for SVCMD Sri Sesha Sailendra, Principal Sri Sudhakar and others were present.


Good Financial Behaviour - Your Saviour

As part of its annual programme of Financial Literacy Week, the RBI officials organised a half-day awareness session to TTD employees in SVETA Bhavan on Wednesday.

Smt Poornima, Lead District Officer of RBI from Hyderabad said, every year, RBI observes Financial Literacy programme to educate and bring awareness among the denizens about the various Government Schemes, Banking guidelines, cyber safety methods in on-line banking system etc. "This year's theme is Good Financial Behaviour - Your Saviour.  Financial Discipline will definitely help all of us from the economic crisis", she asserted.

Tirupati Head of RBI Sri Subhash cautioned the employees about the various financial and cyber crimes taking place and enlightened every one not to enclose their passwords or fall prey to online games, loans by unauthorized loan apps some examples where in many people lost huge amounts pledging even their agriculture land and investments.

Sri LM Naidu, another official from RBI explained in detail about the benefits of Central Government Schemes including Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana meant for girls (upto 21years), Pradhan Mantri Jeevan Jyothi Bima Yojna(PMJJBY) for 18-50years citizens,  Pradhan Mantri Vaya Vandana Yojana (PMVVY) for senior citizens in detail.

During the interaction session, the employees actively participated and cleared their doubts. The RBI officials also distributed a T-Shirt and a Hat that carried the guidelines to every participant.

SVETA Director Smt Prasanthi was also present.


Cancer Tsunami to hit India Unless We Change our LIfestyle - Docs in Health Awareness Classes

The country is going to face the threat to be hit by a Cancer wave in the next few years unless we change our lifestyle, cautioned the doctors in the Employees' Awareness Program.

The three-day Lifestyle Disorders and Diseases entered the second day on Sunday at Mahati Auditorium in Tirupati. During the session, the experts called on the employees to shift to healthy lifestyle habits to protect themselves from Cancerous diseases.

The second-day first session began with ''Prevention & Management of Life Style Disorders through Ayurveda'', Dr. Renu Dixit, Medical Superintendent

S.V. Ayurvedic Hospital of TTD. She explained elaborately how to overcome obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and cardiac-related ailments with the available home remedies and by consuming the proper ayurvedic products.

She also stressed on the importance of integrated medicine wherein a patient can take ayur products while undergoing allopathic treatment to prevent the further spread of disease. She also explained the importance of readily available plants like Nalleru, aloe vera, amla, Arka, jilledu, etc.

The doctor also said the TTD Ayurvedic Pharmacy Centre will soon bring out 314 products, approved by the Ministry of AYUSH into the fore for healthy living.

Later Dr. Subashini, an expert in CPR, clearly taught the importance and how to perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation when the need arises by setting a mock display on the stage. She said the awareness of CPR is a must for everyone as most of them are succumbing to not receiving CPR on time.

In the last session of the day, Prof. Dr. Rani Sada Siva Murthy, Vice Chancellor of TTD-run SV Vedic University took a session on the Herbal and mantra basic health techniques for general ailments from the Vedic scriptures.

Director SVETA Smt Prasanthi, over 1500 male employees including Senior officers of TTD were present.


Spot Admission into TTD Colleges

TTD is conducting Spot Admissions in its colleges including Sri Venkateswara Arts College, Sri Padmavathi Women's Degree and PG College, Sri Govindaraja Swamy Arts College and SV Oriental College for the year 2022-23.

Interested candidates shall apply in the colleges and report before the respective College Principals with their originals before December 7.

The students who got admitted in the colleges through Spot Admission will not be provided with Hostel and Tuition fee reimbursement facilities. Jagananna Vidya Deevena and Jagananna Vasati Deevena schemes will also does not apply for them.


Children Day Held in Balamandir

The Children's Day was observed with pomp and gaiety on Monday in SV Balamandir school of TTD.


DEO Sri Bhaskar Reddy who took part in the fete said the pupils should study with dedication and discipline to climb new heights in their careers.


He said the school was set up by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first prime minister of Independent India.


He also said many students who underwent education in the school, are now in plum posts across the world in various fields.


CAO Sri Sesha Sailendra, AEO Smt Ammulu, faculty, and students participated.