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					SWAMY RAMANANDA TIRTHA RURAL INSTITUTE
Jalalpur (V), Bhoodhan Pochampally (M), Nalgonda Dist.-508 284.

Particulars of the Institute as required under section 4 (1) (b) of Right To Information Act 2005

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Swamy Ramananda Tirtha Rural Institute
Jalalpur (V), Bhoodhan Pochampally (M), Nalgonda Dist.-508284. I. INTROUDUCTION: Swamy Ramananda Tirtha Rural Institute was established by the then Prime Minister of India Sri P.V.Narasimha Rao in 1995 at Jalalpur of Bhoodhan Pochampally Mandal of Nalgonda District, Andhra Pradesh. The primary objective behind the establishment of this Institute was to enable the rural people, especially who are down trodden, economically backward, women and other vulnerable sections of the rural society, to have unhindered access to technological up gradation and relevant skill development for economic regeneration. Working on the lines of holistic development, the establishment of the Institute was a small step towards realizing the dream of Mahatma Gandhi. 1.1 Location The Institute is located at Jalalpur Village of Pochampally Mandal of Nalgonda District of Andhra Pradesh. It is 42 k.m. away from Hyderabad city, spread over 100 acres. 1.2 Philosophy of the Institute The primary aim of the Institute is to empower the rural people by providing easy access to technological education, training and related facilities in order to overcome their constrains and to boost their income-generating activities through capacity building. The main tool of such empowerment is meaningful, purpose oriented and relevant education with an unhindered access to the rural population and a flexibly structured training courses tailored to the needs and conveniences of the largest sections. Individuals from diverse background are facilitated equal access to education for sustainability. 2.0 Profile of the Institute The Institute’s Campus is spread over 100 acres, consisting of Classrooms, Workshops (for engineering and non-engineering trades). Garment and Embroidery Centre, Rural Engineering Centre, Computer Centre, Audio-visual Centre, Centre for Food Technologies, Technology Display Centre, Designs Centre, Academic Block, two Hostels – one each for males and females, besides staff quarters. The Institute has a computerized library, wherein important statistical data on all the 22 rural districts of Andhra Pradesh are available. In addition, the library also contains district-wise lists of need based and resource-based technologies, suitable for rural micro-enterprises. A Directory of Rural Technologies, containing techno-economic details of about 500 rural technologies is compiled and released in five volumes.

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The Institute has conducted Training of Trainer Programme in EDP to 1280 CMEY – Mandal Youth Empowerment Officers of the State and to 30 District CEOs of Youth Welfare Department of the state. Under CMEY Programme, the Institute has trained 18,722 rural youth in Entrepreneurship Development Programme in Nalgonda and Medak Districts during 2002-2004. Under Rajiv Yuvashakthi Programme, 1233 rural youth of Nalgonda and Warangal Districts were trained in Entrepreneurship Development Programme during 2004-2006. II. OBJECTIVES: The primary objective of the Institute is to empower economically and socially deprived sections and unemployed rural youth and women by up gradation of relevant technical skills. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Technical Skill development, which is rural friendly, Technical up-gradation, transfers and application of innovative technologies, Entrepreneurial skills for self-employment promotion, Extension of technical skills at rural door-steps, Awareness building for better health, hygiene, and quality of life-HIV, AIDS, Rural Sanitation etc., 6. 7. Transfer and application of innovative technologies to rural areas, and Extension Services, Guidance, counseling etc., to the rural people for income generation and social well-being. III. PRESENT ACTIVITIES: The capacity building initiatives (training initiatives) for the rural people are addressed mainly through two channels i.e. A. TRAINING PROGRAMMES: a) b) At Campus At Extension Centres.

a) AT CAMPUS: The Institute identified about 40 most feasible rural friendly income generating training programmes, which are basically categorized into about 6-7 areas. List of the Training Programmes for which facilities are available in the Campus is shown below: 1. Rural Engineering: Trade a. Electrician Trade b. Radio, T.V. Cell Phone, VCD, VCR and Home Appliances Repairs c. Automobile Mechanism Eligibility Duration SSC 3 months SSC 3 months SSC 3 months

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2. Information Technology: Trade a. b. c. d. e. f. MS Office DTP Accounting Package – Tally Web Designing Programming in “C” Language Computer Hardware Eligibility Intermediate Intermediate & MS Office B.Com & MS Office DTP Degree Intermediate Duration 2 months 2 months 1 month 2 months 2 months 2 months

3. Food Processing: Trade a. Processing of Fruits and Vegetables b. Value addition to Milk and Milk based products 4. Solar Energy Trainings: Trade a. Solar Photovoltaic Technology b. Solar Thermal Technology c. Solar Drying Technology 5. Garment Making Trades Trade a. Tailoring and Garment Making b. Advanced Garment Manufacturing c. Quilts and Bags Making 6. Textile Surface Ornamentation: Trade a. Embroidery – (Hand & Machine) b. Zardozi c. Textile Printing and Dyeing Eligibility 5th Class 5th Class 5th Class Duration 2 months 2 months 2 months Eligibility 5th Class 5th Class 5th Class Duration 2 months 2 months 2 months Eligibility ITI or Polytechnic ITI or Polytechnic SSC Duration 1 month 1 month 1 month Eligibility Duration SSC 2 weeks SSC 2 weeks

 Institute primarily caters the needs of uneducated, semi-educated rural youth, women and other underprivileged sections of the rural society.  All the training programmes are of short-term duration ranging from 1-3 months.  The training programmes are rural friendly and designed to generate income to the rural clientele.  The Institute does not stipulate strict entry norms such as education, age, etc. b) AT EXTENSION CENTRES: Another important dimension of skill development initiatives of the Institute is training the rural people at their doorstep through Extension Training Centres. In view of tremendous demand from public representatives, NGOs, Voluntary Organizations, Philanthropists, etc., the Institute proposes to expand its network of Extension Centres across the state to provide access to the skill development training to the rural unemployed youth at their door steps. In view of this, the Institute

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proposes to double the present number by equipping with suitable manpower (Instructors) and acquiring the tools for stepping up the extension activity. It is envisaged to start 100 Extension Training Centres by the end of the next financial year against 62 at present. So far the Institute has setup 56 Extension Training Centres in different districts of Andhra Pradesh. The following is the list of the Extension Training Centres. Sl.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Trade Electrician trade Tailoring and Embroidery Zardozi Quilts and Bags Making Textile Printing and Dying Computers TOTAL No. of Centres 17 23 13 4 4 1 62

The Institute has trained more than 55,000 people consisting of rural women and youth and the members of self-help groups upto the end of 2004-05.  The details of the Extension Centres are given in Annexure – I

Institute has started the following New Courses & Extension Services during 2005-06: 1) Computer Hardware: In view of the increasing demand for computerization and net working in rural areas, the Computer Hardware Technology Training is initiated in May 2005 to cater the need for computer hardware both in rural and urban areas. 2) Weavers Guidance Cell: The present plight of many of the handloom weavers is mainly due to their ignorance and inability to catch the fast changing marketing trends and fashions across national and international markets. They need to update themselves with regard to technology, colour combinations, blends, designs, motifs, etc. to impress upon the changing consumer psyche. In bridging this gap, the Institute has recently started a Weavers’ Guidance Cell: Computerized Textile Designs and Networking” in its Campus, which was inaugurated by Hon’ble Minister for Rural Development Sri D.Srinivas Garu on 4th July 2005 Through its newly set up “Weavers’ Guidance Cell”, the weavers are provided free access to information on modern designs, fashions, colour combinations, blends, marketing opportunities, exporters, trade fairs, seminars, research studies, etc. with respect to handlooms and textiles. Apart, they are also assisted through specially designed textile CAD – Auto Tex 2000 software on matters such as graphical presentation, size various, colour combinations, varied applications, design development, etc.

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Automobile Mechanism Course: Keeping the ever-growing usage of automobiles, especially two/three wheelers, tractors, trolleys, etc. in rural areas, a short-term training programme in Automobile Mechanism has been started.

4)

Seed Quality Testing by DNA Finger Printing: In fulfilling the objective of transferring technology in the field of biotechnology, the Institute has established a world class Laboratory for testing genetic quality of seed by DNA Finger Printing technology. Since the rural economy is governed by agrarian reforms, providing quality seed with standard genetic purity to the farmer assume greater significance in creating desired impact on agricultural productivity. Against this notion, the Institute has set up a Research Laboratory for seed quality testing at Campus premises, which has been inaugurated by Sri Raghu Vansh Prasad Singh, Hon’ble Minister for Rural Development Govt. of India on 16.01.2006. Farmers will be provided with free and direct access to get their seeds tested on genetic quality by comparing “gene markers” and “genome sequence” of the standard seed at our Laboratory.

B. NEW INITIATIVES AND FUTURE PLANS: The Institute proposed to intensify its activities in providing opportunities to the rural unemployed youth and women in a massive scale. The rural masses are trained in various demand driven trades, both at our Campus and Extension training Centres. Apart from up scaling the present strength of existing training programmes in each trade, the Institute proposes to introduce the following new training programmes. i) Diploma in Seed Quality Testing: Eventually, we are also intending to start a Diploma course in Seed Quality Testing, so that the trained manpower would become instrumental in spreading the facility across the state. ii) Training in Computerized Textile Designing and Networking: It is also envisaged to start a short-term training course in textile CAD – Auto Tex 2000 to the weavers who are literate and have knowledge in computers. iii) iv) Development of Smokeless Villages: Solar Cookers will be established on pilot basis at Koyyalagudem village of Nalgonda district. Project under PURA concept: Taking the Pochampally village as the nodal point, the Institute is proposing to bring in knowledge connectivity, economic connectivity, electronic connectivity, and physical connectivity around a cluster of villages under PURA concept.

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Training Courses at Audio-Visual Centre (AVC): a) b) c) d) Video Shooting & Still Photography - (2 months duration) Anchoring & Dubbing - (2 months duration) Editing (Electronic Media) - (2 months duration) News Reporting (Print & Electronic Media) - (2 months duration)

vii) ix) x) C.

Hotel Management and Catering Services Masonry Work Extension Services EXTENSION SERVICES:  Weavers Guidance: Textile Designs, Marketing, Pricing Trends and Opportunities by Networking.  Seed Quality Testing by – DNA Finger Printing  Soil Testing for Farmers  Awareness Programmes on Health, Hygiene, and HIV/AIDS  Entrepreneurship Development and Enterprise Promotion Programmes  Food Processing and Preservation measures.

D. List of Employees their duties and their monthly remuneration:
S. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Name of the Employee Prof.M.N.Reddy Sri Raghupathi Prof.M.Vishwanath Reddy Sri G.Nageshwra Rao Dr.D.Hanumantha Rao Dr.N.Kishore Reddy Sri P.Ravinder Kumar Mrs.P.S.S.R.Lakshmi Sri G.Mahesh Kumar Sri N.Ravi Sri Y.S.Chakravarthy Sri J.Srinivas Sri B.A.Raju Sri N.Hari Krishna Ms.K.Anitha Sri N.Malla Reddy Sri V.Prabahar Sri G.Rajaram Designation Chairman I/c Director Res. Person Scientist Asso.Prof. Asso.Prof. Asst. Prof Asst. Prof A.E. W.I. D.E.O. F.A./D.E.O. A.A./D.E.O. Field Coord.
L.T./ R.P Res. Person Jr.R.P.

Duties Gross Academic Head and Chief Executive 43,625 Officer of the Institute I/c Accounts and Administration 15,000 I/c Biotech Lab I/c Food Processing Lab I/c Campus Training Programmes I/c Extension Training Programmes I/c DTP, Web Design Training Programmes. I/c MS-Office, Accounts Package, “C” Language Training Programmes. I/c of all civil works, maintenance of Greenbelt I/c Hostels, Assists to A.E, in civil works and supervisor for Greenbelt P.A. to Chairman I/c Administration and I/c Catering arrangements Maintenance of Accounts I/c City Office Assists to Resource Person in Biotech Lab Public Relations and placement officer Assists to Resource Person in Biotech Lab Fabrication work 20,000 12,000 23,406 22,672 19,093 18,550 11,800 9,200 7,650 7,300 7,750 9,150 8,000 4,708 10,000 9,600

Instructor

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19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Mrs.D.Lalitha Ms.T.V.Sandhya Ms.B.Prathibha Bharathi Mrs.Bramaramba Mrs.Sabia Begum Sri M.Venkateshwarlu Sri G.Venkatesh Sri G.Nageswara Rao Sri P.Siva Rama Prasad Sri N.Srinivasa Rao Sri S.S.Sharath Kanth Sri S.Anand Kumar Sri G.Vsihweshwar Sri G.Ayodhya Ms.G.Deepthi Sri S.Swamy Mrs.K.Jayamma Mrs.Ch.Vasantha Rani Mrs.P.Shailaja Sri Syed Ali Sri S.V.Narayana Smt.R.Padma Sri R.Narsaiah Mrs.R.Swapna Sri Y.Ramulu Sri V.Ramchander

Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Instructor Technician Technician Technician Lab Tech. Lab Tech. Programmer Lab. Tech. D.E.O.
Store Keeper

Garment Making Trg. Prog. Embroidery Trg. Prog. Juki Trg. Prog. Textile Printing and Dying Trg. Prog. Zardozi Trg. Prog. Electrician Trg. Prog. R & T.V. and Cell phone repairing Trg. Prog. Solar Photovoltaic Trg. Prog. Computer Hardware Trg. Prog. Solar Drying Trg. Prog. Solar Thermal Trg. Prog. Solar Photovoltaic Trg. Prog. Automobile Trg. Prog. Automobile Trg. Prog. I/c Weavers Guidance Cell assist the Weavers in taking out textile designs Assists the Electrical Instructor Office Asst. in Admn. And Accts. Sale of Applications etc. I/c Library and Store Keeper Office Asst. in Biotech Lab Attender Attender Attender Attender Attender at City Office Security of the Institute Security of TOT Building TOTAL

7,300 7,300 8,200 7,050 7,050 7,750 6,800 6,800 7,000 5,800 5,800 4,500 6,000 6,000 5,250 5,450 4,900 5,000 3,500 4,880 4,380 4,380 4,310 3,500 4,600 3,000 406,004

Office Asst. Attender Attender Attender Attender Attender S.G. Asst. S.G.

Names and Designation of Public Information Officer 1. 2. Public Information Officer: Asst. Public Information Officer: Sri Raghupathi, I/c Director Dr.D.Hanumantha Rao, Associate Prof.

Budget Allocation Budget Allocation and expenditure for the last 3 years are furnished below: Year 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 Budget Allotment 200.00 lakh 200.00 lakh 200.00 lakh Expenditure

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Authorities of the Institute: The Officers of the Institution are managed by the Governing Body the following are the present members of the Governing Body. Their designation and addresses are furnished against their names.

SI. No 1

Name/ Address Prof. M.V. Rao, Plot No.4, BHEL Enclave, Bowenpally, Seunderabad. Sri C.V. Chary, Chairman, A..P.Bhoodhan Yagna Board Smt. C.S. Ramalaxmi, IFS Commissioner of Sericulture, Dept. of Sericulture, Govt. of A.P. Road No.72, Prashasan nanage, hubilee Hills, Hyderabad – 500 033. Sri Yedlapati Venkat Rao,M.P, 103 – Shanthi Nagar, Masab Tank, Hyderabad

Designation Member of Governing Body

Qualification

Occupation Retired V.C. Agriculture University Chairman A.P.Bhoodhan Yagna Board

M.Sc., Ph.D. (Agriculture)

2

Member of Governing Body

Gandian

3

Member of Governing Body IFS Commissioner

4

Member of Governing Body

B.A.

Member of Parliament

Memorandum of Association, Rules and By-laws: Booklet enclosed

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Swamy Ramananda Tirtha Rural Institute
Jalalpur (V), Pochampally (M), Nalgonda Dist. Extension Centres in Textile Trade

Sl. No.

Name of the Instructor with Address and Ph.No.

Centre Village

Trade

Centre Opening Date

Period

Batc h

1.

2. 3.

4.

5. 6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

D.Aruna, Suryapet, Ph.08684-221875 V.Laxmi Devi, Suryapet, G.Sangeetha, Suryapet Ph.08684-220437 K.Laxmi, Huzurnagar. Ph.08683-242152 B.Sunitha, Juloor. Ph.08685-223249 K.Sulochana, Choutuppal, Ph.08694-271775 K.Hemalatha Puttapaka, Ph.08681-249697 A.Vijayalaxmi, Choutuppal. Ph.08694-273287 Sk.Khairunnisa Begum Ramannapet. 08694-250561(PP) Y.Swaroopa, Marrigudem B.Sumalatha Chgoutuppal P.Bhanumathi, Valigonda K.Sandhya Rani, Pochampally Ch.Bharathamma Ms.Komala Mrs.B.Saraswathi Ms.Sarvani Ms.Dhanalakshmi Popchampally Ms.Jagadeeswari

Suryapet Urban Health Centre – 3, Ambedkar Nagar Suryapet, Urban Health Centre-1, Nakrekal (AVM College) E.V.R.Degree College, Kodad Choutuppal Old MDO Office Valigonda (B.C.Colony)

Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery

07.03.2005

3 months

IV

01.06.2003 25.03.2004

3 months 3 months

XI VII

13.03.2005

3 months

IV

02.06.2005 01.02.2004

3 months 3 months

III VIII

Narayanpur Community Hall Puttapaka, Amaraveerula Bhavanam Ramannapet, Govt. Jr.College

14.06.2005

3 months

III

25.10.2004

3 months

V

20.02.2004

3 months

VIII

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Mall, PMR Degree College 08414-244411 Indrapal Nagar Redla Repaka Nizamabad Koyyalagudem Batasingaram Torrur Warangal Chandur Community hall Jai Kesaram

Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery

10.09.2003

3 months

I

03.04.2005 14.05.2005 22.08.2005 16.09.2005 08.11.2005 08.11.2005 07.12.2005 11.07.2005 28.02.2006

3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months

IV I II II II II I III I

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Name of the Instructor with Address and Ph.No.

Centre Village

Trade

Centre Opening Date

Period

Batch

20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Ms.G.Anitha Ms.Vijaya Ms.S.Satyavathi Ms.V.Jyothi J.Lakshmi Koyyalagudem Mohd. Kousar Begum Ramannapet D.Vijaya Lakshmi Valigonda K.Sangeetha Pochampally Y.Guravaiah D.Padmavathi N.Nagalakshmi Ms.R.Padma Ms.Shobha, Pochampally. 08682-252425 Mrs.P.Pushpalatha Choutuppal. Cell.98481-89194 G.Lakshmi Gaddipally Ms.Rupa Ms.G.Lalitha Puttapaka G.Uma Vangapally B.Santhoshi Kumari, Pochampally Ms.Ch.Padmaja Ms.K.Kavitha Ms.N.Vijayalaksh mi N.Kavitha B.Sukanya Mrs.Kanakadurga Sri D.Pandu Ranga Char

Guduru Gattuppala Chintalpudi of West Godavari Dist. Kollapur of Mahaboob Nagar Dist Choutuppal Gram Pan. Office 08694-272267 Ramannapet

Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Garment Making and Embroidery Quilts and Bags

28.02.2006 28.02.2006 28.02.2006 02.02.2006 16.06.2005

3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 2 Months

I I I I IV

25.

Quilts and Bags

14.05.2005

2 Months

V

26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Aroor Yadagirigutta E.V.R.Degree College, Kodad Jaggaiahpet of Krishna Dist. Chilukur of Nalgonda Dist. Huzur Nagar of Nalgonda Dist. Nakrekal, Pushpanjali Grameena Mahila Samstha Sarvail Grama Panchayat Office Garidepally, Huzur Nagar Chandur Motakondur Nizamabad

Quilts and Bags Quilts and Bags Textile Printing and Dying Textile Printing and Dying Textile Printing and Dying Textile Printing and Dying Zardozi

11.07.2005 15.07.2005 13.03.2005 27.02.2006 27.02.2006 27.02.2006 08.12.2004

2 Months 2 Months 2 months 2 Months 2 Months 2 Months 3 months

III III V I I I V

33.

Zardozi

27.06.2005

3 months

III

34. 35. 36. 37. 38.

Zardozi Zardozi Zardozi Zardozi Zardozi

18.04.2005 16.05.2005 11.07.2005 15.07.2005 22.08.2005

3 Months 3 months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months

IV III III II II

39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45.

Choutuppal Nalgonda Chilukuru of Nalgonda Dist. Neredcherla of Nalgonda dist. Kollapur of Mahaboob Nagar Dist Marriguda of Nalgonda Dist Kollapur of Mahaboob Nagar Dist

Zardozi Zardozi Zardozi Zardozi Zardozi Zardozi Computers

29.11.2005 24.02.2006 24.02.2006 24.02.2006 02.02.2006 02.03.2006 02.02.2006

3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months 3 Months

I I I I I I I

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Swamy Ramananda Tirtha Rural Institute
Jalalpur (V), Pochampally (M), Nalgonda Dist. Extension Centres in Electrical Trade. Sl. No. 1 Name, Res. Address and Ph.No. P.Surender Reddy, Indrakal,Tandur (M), Mahabubnagar Dist. Ph.08540-222887 D.Shashikanth, 74-R-Udegalam, Rayadurgam (M), Ananthapur Dist. Ph.08495-251318 B.Ramesh, Ramannapet, Nalgonda Dist. Ph.08694-251121 L.Dasru, Gangyathanda, Damara Cherla (M), Nalgonda Dist. L.Sree Ramulu, Suryapet, Nalgonda Dist. 08684-22446 N.Krishnaiah, Mangalpally (V), Nakrekal (M), Nalgonda Dist. Ph.08682-256206 V.Narsimha, D.Nagaram, Choutuppal (M), Nalgonda Dist. Ph.08694-278315 K.Srinivas Rao, Goguvarigudem, Miryalguda (M), Nalgonda Dist. Ph.08689-253194 A.Yugendhar, Suryapet, Nalgonda Dist. 08684-225634 G.Pandu, Pochampally, Nalgonda Dist. 08685-222219 A.Ramu, Mothkur, Nalgonda Dist. 08694-287382 Centre Village Centre Ph.No. Centre Opening Date 06.10.2004 Period Batch

2

Govt.Jr.College, Palem, Biznepally (M), Mahabubnagar Bharat ITC, Rayadurgem, Ananthapur

08540-228078 9.00 to 2.00

3 months

V

08495-253384 9.00 to 2.00

02.09.2004

3 months

VI

3

Govt.Jr.College, Ramannapet

08694-251508 9.00 to 2.00

20.09.2003

3 months

IX

4

Sharada ITC, Miryalguda, Nalgonda Dist. S.V.E.C., Suryapet, NLG Govt. Jr.College (Boys), Nalgonda.

08689-240178 9.00 to 2.00

18.08.2003

3 months

IX

5

08684-253948 9.00 to 2.00

15.10.2003

3 months

IX

6

08682-244661 12.00 to 5.00

05.07.2004

3 months

VI

7

Jawaharlal, ITC, Lakkaram, Choutuppal (M), Nalgonda Dist. Govt.Jr.College, Huzurnagar, Nalgonda Dist.

08694-272152 9.00 to 2.00

01.06.2004

3 months

VI

8

08683-241091 10.00 to 3.00

27.09.2004

3 months

V

9

K.R.R.Govt.Degree College, Kodad, Nalgonda Dist. Govt. Jr.College Boys, Achampet, Mahabubnagar. Govt.Jr.College, Mothkur

08683-255340 8.30 to 1.30

05.11.2003

3 months

IX

10

08541-272391 1.00 to 6.00

10.05.2004

3 months

VI

11

08694-287265 10.00 to 3.00

10.08.2004

3 months

V

12

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Name, Res. Address and Ph.No. A.Srinivas, Bibigudem, Chivemla (M), Nalgonda Dist. Ph.08684-221489 (PP) B.Venkanna, Mothkur, Nalgonda Dist. K.Upendar Rao, Ekhalaskhanpet, Nadigudem (M), Nalgonda Dist. Cell.9848784575 Sk.Jhangir Mothkur D.Naga Raju Sri N.Venkaiah

Centre Village

Centre Ph.No.

Govt.Jr.College, Thungathurthy, Nalgonda

08693-236053 1.00 to 6.00

Centre Opening Date 01.08.2004

Period

Batch

3 months

VI

Krushi ITC, Bhongir, Nalgonda Dist. K.L.N. Govt.Jr.College, Nadigudem, Nalgonda Dist. Chandur ITC Nazamabad Muncipal Office Jaggaiahpet of Krishna Dist.

08685-242392 10.00 to 3.00 08683-278141 10.00 to 3.00

15.09.2003

3 months 3 months

IX

01.09.2003

IX

11.07.2005 22.08.2005 03.03.2006

3 Months 3 Months 3 Months

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ABSTRACT

1. 2.

Extension Centers in Textile Trade (including one Computer Centre) Extension Centres in Electrical Trade Total

: 45 : 17 ____ : 62 ____

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