Let Telugu flourish at Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi

Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi founded under the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust, in 1961. The institute has grown as a eminent educational spot in the Capital of India

But Telugu flavor was slowly faded away and has totally become alien to Telugu people and Andhra Pradesh even though is managed by TTD. The Telugu courses were discontinued in 2013.

Now the AP government wanted it to be affiliated to Andhra University and it is a pity that when Telugu soul was lost, how any body can recognize, it belongs to Andhra or Telugu people.

In order to reclaim the past glory, TTD and College should implement following points,

  1. At least sign boards in Telugu along with English at the main entrances
  2. Printing of college name in Telugu along with English on letter heads
  3. Re introduction of Telugu courses by encouraging the students with special monthly stipends
  4. And conducting free Telugu language training classes and issuing certificates to eligible candidates

All the above acts will help itself to establish that it belongs to TTD and to Telugu people. We hope a small initiation is required from TTD and the Administration of the College as no one can object or objected previously.

A social initiative by www.teluguconnect.net

Mail will be sent to TTD Chairman, EO and Principal, Administrator of Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi

Dear Sir,

Sri Venkateswara College, Delhi founded under the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) Trust, in 1961. The institute has grown as a eminent educational spot in the Capital of India

But Telugu flavor was slowly faded away and has totally become alien to Telugu people and Andhra Pradesh even though is managed by TTD. The Telugu courses were discontinued in 2013.

Now the AP government wanted it to be affiliated to Andhra University and it is a pity that when Telugu soul was lost, how any body can recognize, it belongs to Andhra or Telugu people.

In order to reclaim the past glory, TTD and College should implement following points,

  1. At least sign boards in Telugu along with English at the main entrances
  2. Printing of college name in Telugu along with English on letter heads
  3. Re introduction of Telugu courses by encouraging the students with special monthly stipends
  4. And conducting free Telugu language training classes and issuing certificates to eligible candidates

All the above acts will help itself to establish that it belongs to TTD and to Telugu people. We hope a small initiation is required from TTD and the Administration of the College as no one can object or objected previously.

A social initiative by www.teluguconnect.net

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TTD Website not in Telugu

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, TTD, is having a website www.tirumala.org and is being maintained in English only. Any one knowing only Telugu is at loss and they have to depend on other people to know the schemes and program. And even Darshanam ( Darshan as mentioned by TTD) pages are fully in English and they have not provided even one line guidance in Telugu. This shows how TTD is acting against the development of Telugu.

The authorities should immediately create the site in Telugu version just like Central Government sites have Hindi version. And the tickets printed or generated on line should have Telugu narrations also. Most of our governments say pro people and are actually pro rich and pro english educated.

TTD can implement the site in Telugu, so that Telugu will have some more exposure to many more people.

A Social Awareness Initiative by www.teluguconnect.net

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Will be sent to Chairman, EO, JEO,PRO of TTD

Respected Sir,

Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, TTD, is having a website www.tirumala.org and being maintained in English only. Any one knowing only Telugu is at loss and they have to depend on other people to know the schemes and program. And even Darshanam ( Darshan as mentioned by TTD) pages are fully in English and they have not provided even one line guidance in Telugu. This shows how TTD is acting against the development of Telugu.

The authorities should immediately create the site in Telugu version just like Central Government sites have Hindi version. And the tickets printed or generated on line should have Telugu narrations also. Most of our governments say pro people and are actually pro rich and pro english educated.

TTD can implement the site in Telugu, so that Telugu will have some more exposure to many more people.

A Social Awareness Initiative by www.teluguconnect.net

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RTC issuing tickets in English and ignoring Telugu

bus,automobile,transportation,vehicle,car,transportHave you ever travelled in a State Road Transport Corporation of AP and Telangana? You will get a ticket in the bus through ticket issuing hand held device and you will never find a difference because you know English (literate) and you ask fellow passenger who knows only Telugu (illiterate) and he will not be able to read and he don’t know whether the ticket was issued for his requested destination or not as the entire ticket will be in English.

Same way if  you board a Tamil Nadu government bus or a Karnataka government bus and you find the ticket is issued with the respective languages.

This is plight of our Telugu language and lack of concern by higher authorities sitting in the cities and are literates. When it is very simple to introduce Telugu in a software environment, authorities are conveniently ignoring the same and spending crores of rupees to make more and more people illiterate and help only literates(English known people).

The Transport corporation should immediately introduce Telugu in their tickets issued through hand held devices. Issuing a ticket in a language not known to the passenger is also an offence under Road Transport Rules. Unquote: Targeted no. of petitions are 1000 and we hope united we can achieve by Social sharing. Share with your friends and become part of a cause.

Demand will be sent to Managing Directors of APSRTC & TSRTC

Have you ever travelled in a State Road Transport Corporation of AP and Telangana? You will get a ticket in the bus through ticket issuing hand held device and you will never find a difference because you know English (literate) and you ask fellow passenger who knows only Telugu (illiterate) and he will not be able to read and he don't know whether the ticket was issued for his requested destination or not as the entire ticket will be in English.

Same way if you board a Tamil Nadu government bus or a Karnataka government bus and you find the ticket is issued with the respective languages.

This is plight of our Telugu language and lack of concern by higher authorities sitting in the cities and are literates. When it is very simple to introduce Telugu in a software environment, authorities are conveniently ignoring the same and spending crores of rupees to make more and more people illiterate and help only literates(English known people).

The Transport corporation should immediately introduce Telugu in their tickets issued through hand held devices. Issuing a ticket in a language not known to the passenger is also an offence under Road Transport Rules.

A Social Awareness Initiative by www.teluguconnect.net

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No Telugu in Any Time Payment(ATP) Machine of Electricity Corporation

kdisknav,disk,lightning,power,disc,saveRecently Andhra Pradesh electricity department has introduced ATP(Any Time Payment) machines which are used to collect electricity bills and a computerised bill will be issued. And they are spending lacs of rupees on it and have not used a single word of Telugu.

All its menus are in English and receipt also in English. And authorities have not thought out even a little bit to introduce Telugu in the software. It is very simple to have multiple  languages, the higher authorities are not interested in implementing Telugu.

There is no meaning in learning Telugu in future as the person having knowledge of Telugu is non but an illiterate in his own state.

Unquote: Targeted no. of petitions are 1000 and we hope united we can achieve by Social sharing. Share with your friends and become part of a cause.

Demand will be sent to cmd, southernpowerap.co.in, cmd,apeasternpower.com, cmd,tsnpdcl.in

Recently Andhra Pradesh electricity department has introduced ATP(Any Time Payment) machines which are used to collect electricity bills and a computerised bill will be issued. And they are spending lacs of rupees on it and have not used a single word of Telugu.

All its menus are in English and receipt also in English. And authorities have not thought out even a little bit to introduce Telugu in the software. It is very simple to have multiple languages, the higher authorities are not interested in implementing Telugu.

There is no meaning in learning Telugu in future as the person having knowledge of Telugu is non but an illiterate in his own state.

A social Awareness Initiative by www.teluguconnect.net

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Telugu ignored in Election Commission Website

boxWe have come across Election Commission website related to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and also other states Election commission sites and surprisingly, we found that most of the sites are having searching option of electoral list in their languages.
It is really pathetic to note that the Election Commission Site for AP and Telangana is conveniently ignoring and strangulating use of Telugu in their own states. The telugu data is already available and still are very much happy to ignore Telugu language.
Also see the election commission sites of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra etc and are using their languages along with English.

See the sites:

For Andhra Pradesh : http://ceoaperms.ap.gov.in/Search/search.aspx

For Telangana:  http://ceoaperms.ap.gov.in/TS_Search/search.aspx

For Tamil Nadu : http://www.elections.tn.gov.in/searchid.htm

For Kerala : http://www.ceo.kerala.gov.in/rollsearch.html?lang=ml

Demand will be sent to Chief Election Officer of AP and Telangana

We have come across Election Commission website related to Andhra Pradesh and Telangana and also other states Election commission sites and surprisingly, we found that most of the sites are having searching option of electoral list in their languages.
It is really pathetic to note that the Election Commission Site for AP and Telangana is conveniently ignoring use of Telugu in their own states. The telugu data is already available and still are very much happy to ignore Telugu language.
Also see the election commission sites of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra etc and are using their languages along with English.

See the sites:

For Andhra Pradesh : https://ceoandhra.nic.in/ceoap_new/ceo/index.html

For Telangana: https://ceotelangana.nic.in/

You see the Bihar CEO Portal : https://ceobihar.nic.in/

For Tamil Nadu : https://www.elections.tn.gov.in/

For Kerala : http://www.ceo.kerala.gov.in/home.html;jsessionid=E4AB57DE32FE01A570B4C3EC290AE194#

We request the CEOs of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana make their sites bilingual by creating Telugu version also so as these offices will be closure to the citizens.

A Social Awareness Initiative by www.teluguconnect.net

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