YSR for Wanaparthy tomorrow
Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy will be visiting Wanaparthy town in the district on Sunday.
Minister for Rural Development G. Chinna Reddy told reporters on Friday said that the Chief Minister would arrive in the afternoon and participate in the regional conference of women self-help groups. Members of the SHGs from Ranga Reddy, Nalgonda and Mahabubnagar would take part in the regional conference.
The Chief Minister would spend more than three hours with them. He will disburse bank linkage loans to the tune of Rs. 100 crore to the Mahabubnagar SHGs.
Dr. Reddy would inaugurate houses constructed under Rajiv Gruha Kalpa and an institute for mentally-challenged persons.
He would also lay the foundation stone for buildings of women SHGs and a concrete platform at RTC bus station. He would fly back to Hyderabad in the evening.
YSR to address Jesuit Alumni meet
Rajasekhara Reddy studied PUC in Andhra Loyola College in 1963-64
He was among 23 eminent old students honoured in 2003 golden jubilee celebrations
Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, an alumnus of the Andhra Loyola College (ALC), will pay a nearly 45-minute visit to the ALC campus here on December 29. His visit to the city is exclusively for participating in the 11th South Zone Jesuit Alumni Conference – 2008.
After his arrival at Gannavaram airport, Dr. Reddy will straightaway proceed to the ALC campus, where he will initially visit the newly established Andhra Loyola Institute of Engineering and Technology (ALIET). He will formally inaugurate the college and unveil its plaque at 9.30 a.m. He will go round the computer lab and other facilities before addressing faculty and the first batch of B. Tech students.
Later, Dr. Reddy will proceed to Fr. Devaiah auditorium on the same campus, where he will address the 11th South Zone Jesuit Alumni Conference on its second and final day. “The Chief Minister will address our conference as an illustrious alumnus of ALC,” says Theckamuray, director of Andhra Loyola College Alumni Association. Dr. Reddy studied the pre-university course (PUC) equivalent to Intermediate at the ALC in the academic year 1963-64. He stayed at the Gogineni Hostel on the campus. Other brothers of Dr. Reddy, including Kadapa MP Y.S. Vivekananda Reddy and late George Reddy also studied at the ALC, besides several of his close relatives.
Y. Ramachandra Rao, president of the ALC Alumni Association, and Dr. Mohana Prasad, secretary, said the Chief Minister was visiting the college to show his affection as an old student and also to demonstrate his regard for the glorious Loyola institutions.
They pointed out that there were six MPs presently in the coastal Andhra region, who were old students of the ALC. South Zone Jesuit Alumni Conferences were previously held in the ALC in 1966 and 1988.
The Chief Minister was among the 23 eminent old students, who were honored during the 2003 golden jubilee celebrations of the ALC. They were honored with Loyola Ratna awards.