KTR lends a helping hand to 2 girls to pursue higher education

first_imgHyderabad: Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) working president K T Rama Rao extended a helping hand to two girls who are economically weak and were unable to pursue higher education. The former Minister assured the girls of financial help to pursue their education. The two girls Rachana and Anjali completed their Intermediate and fared well in engineering entrance exams. While Rachana is an orphan from a village in Jagtial district, Anjali is the daughter of an auto driver from Hasanparthy, Warangal. Also Read – Warrant issued against Renuka Chowdhury in cheating case Advertise With Us The girls sought help from Rama Rao through Twitter. When the story of the girls was taken to the notice of Rama Rao, within hours he called them for a meeting. Rudra Rachana lost her parents in her childhood. She completed her tenth standard from Jagtial Government Girls high school, and later moved to State Home in Yousufguda and pursued her polytechnic diploma. Also Read – Parts of Hyderabad witness heavy rainfall Advertise With Us She scored a good rank in ECET and got a seat in Chaitanya Bharathi Institute of Technology (CBIT), Hyderabad. Due to financial crisis, Rachana could not take the seat. When Rachana’s story was brought to the notice of the former Minister through social media, he immediately responded and stated that he would personally take care of her fee. Rachana met KTR at Pragathi Bhavan on Thursday. Advertise With Us During the meeting, Rama Rao enquired about her fee and other expenses and provided the same in the form of a cheque. He also asked her to concentrate on her studies and not worry about finances. Rachana requested Rama Rao to provide reservation for many orphans like her. The former Minister appreciated her thought and informed that he would take this to the Chief Minister’s notice. He also spoke to Jagtial Collector Sharath over the phone and directed him to assist Rachana’s sister and brother-in-law, who have been her guardians. He also interacted with Anjali, a student of Telangana State Residential Junior College, Hasanparthy. On scoring well in JEE, Anjali got a seat in IIT, Indore. Anjali’s father Ramesh an auto-rickshaw driver failed to arrange a fee amount for Anjali’s higher education, hence the family approached Rama Rao for help over Twitter. Anjali’s father Ramesh thanked Rama Rao for providing financial assistance.last_img read more