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NRI Appi Reddy turns his native village Digital Dondapadu

Tue, Aug 02, 2016, 04:53 PM
TITA President Sundeep Kumar Makthala's recent call to all the NRIs to adopt a village, under the ambit of DIGITHON, has been tremendous. A very successful IT businessman and philanthropist Appi Reddy AnnapaReddy from San Francisco, California, USA, adopted his native village 'Dondapadu' in Nalgonda district to transform it into "Digital Dondapadu".

Appi Reddy has taken the initiative to become the first NRI who has adopted his native village ( Dondapadu, in Nalgonda district, Melacheru Mandal) under DIGITHON.

The Telangana Information Technology Team under DIGITHON DONDAPADU will, over the next few weeks, impart digital literacy to every household in the village, to transform it into Digitally Literate households.

TITA is very happy to share that it has inaugurated "Digital Dondapadu" initiative on the occasion of Appi Reddy's birthday, after felicitating Appi Reddy's parents Venkateshwar Reddy and Akkamma.

TITA's DIGITHON Dondapadu started with an overwhelming response from the entire village, who enthusiastically participated in the plan to felicitate Appi Reddy's parents.

The digital literacy training for the villagers will be started from August 6, with all the support from TITA's DIGITHON team. Following the training, villagers will be completing an online examination to get the "Digital Literate" certificate and they will have further support of TITA's team for expanding their knowledge, perspective, opportunities and enhancing their lives with the new transformational digital power that they will have achieved. Computers will be donated to them and made available at their Gram Panchayath Office, said TITA Founder & President Sundeep Kumar Makthala.

Appi Reddy says Sundeep Makthala's Digithon presentation, on his recent visit to California, has attracted him to adopt the village under Digithon Digital Village. "As this village has a sizable population of people from scheduled/ backward/ oppressed castes, they will now greatly benefit from this Digital Literacy education,'he added.

TITA is leaving no stone unturned to make all the villages in Telangana into digitally literate, empowered and developed villages and has taken another strong step towards achieving "Our BANGARU TELANGANA" with all of its TITA team's, NRIs and Telangana citizen's support.

If you agree with this plan and would like to participate or know more info, please send an email to: [email protected]

Dondapadu Sarpanch Dasaratha Ramayya, TITA Global President Sundeep Kumar Makthala, TITA Vice President Ranapratap Bojjam, Vinod, Pratap Chandra, Madira Venkat Reddy, G. Venkatesharlu, Mettu Venkat, Rajshekar and others participated in the IT initiative.

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