CHIEF GUEST-Sri.Thanikella Bharani Garu in our 7th Anniversary Celebrations
His inspiring Speech motivated our Volunteers
VIKAS-Basics and General Awareness sessions in PRIMARY SCHOOLS
To laid strong foundation in the childrens in Telugu, Mathematics and Englihs Basics and also to teach Moral Values and extract the hidden talent and skills from different interactive sessions and activities h
VIKAS - PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT SESSIONS IN HIGH SCHOOLS
Conducting Personality, Goal Setting, Career Guidance Sessions and different competitions in Govt Schools to motivate, inspire children towards career excellence with positive attitude and self confidences
VIKAS-OTHER AWARENESS SESSIONSWe conduct competitions occassionally in other Govt Schools also, when time permits
RELIEF ACTIVITIESWe conduct competitions occassionally in other Govt Schools also, when time permits
SAVE LIFE - Blood DOnation and Thalassemia Awareness
*Conducting Blood Donation and awareness sessions in Colleges, Corporate and Colonies
SHARE AND CARE
Visiting and Supporting Orphan, Old Age and differently abled Homes. Share Happiness with unwanted, unloved and uncared ones. e’s
Distribution of food (100 Food Packets) poor patients attendees at Niloufer Hospital on Every 3rd Monday
We are also supporting MAA Society in Kunta Village, Chhattisgarh State with 1000/- Per Month from October, 12 for Food Distribution activity to destitute and old age people
Please find the collections at T.Uma Shankar end, which he is submitted couple of days back..
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Please find the enclosed Excel Sheet for the Income and Expense statement for three months (May, June, July, 10).
We are trying to enter all our accounts using TALLY, which is almost complete and will be finalized with in 10/15 days. So that we can have more organized reports and we can avoid spending time for preparing Excel sheet for our collections/expenses.
As we are totally involved in Activities and have no space because of office stress, we are unable to send this sheet from last two months. To avoid these problems we are using TALLY. So from next month onward you will get this statement regularly & monthly with out any longer delays.
Please check your contributions and let me know if you have any concerns @ 9177999263
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From: panasaram krishna <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 7:44 AM
Subject: Scholarship for Engineering students ( Conditions apply )
The Alumni of Velagapudi Ramakrishna Siddhartha Engineering College and Siddhartha Academy of General & Technical Education, Vijayawada are providing scholarships to the academically bright and needy students opting to join V. R. Siddhartha Engineering College, Vijayawada from the academic year 2009 - 2010. For the academic year 2010 – 2011, twenty five (25) scholarships will be provided. Applications can be downloaded from college website or can be photocopied or can be collected from the Principal's office, The college provides excellent infrastructure, staff, placement, and separate hostels both boys and girls within the campus. For more information, please visit the website www.vrsiddhartha.ac.in
Scholarship Amount Scholarship is in the form of grant of a from Rs 15,000 per year to Rs 30,000 or full tuition fee waiver for the entire four-year course period, will be paid.
1. Candidates who passed SSC / equivalent exam with not less than 80%
2. Should have passed out from Zilla Parishad / Municipal / Government run / Government aided or schools run by Non Governmental Trusts for poor children.
3. Should have passed all SSC / Intermediate / Equivalent and EAMCET exam in first attempt only.
4. Should join B. Tech. in VR Siddhartha Engineering College, Vijayawada in 2010-11 if selected for scholarship.
5. Ranks less better than listed below will be considered Boys Girls EAMCET 5,000 10,000 For continuation of scholarships after the first year, the scholar should have good academic standing i.e. no backlogs and a minimum of 60% aggregate marks or as prescribed by the screening committee and should not be subject to any disciplinary action for any act of misconduct at any time.
Last Date for Submission of Application Application complete in all respects should reach the following address Please courier / speed post the completed application to: Prof. G Sambasiva Rao, PhD Vice-Principal V.R.Siddhartha Engineering College Kanuru Vijayawada - 520 007 AP
Communications Candidates selected by a screening panel will be communicated by email / phone before the Engineering counseling so as to enable the scholars to opt for V R Siddhartha Engineering College during counseling. For further details, please contact by email along with your phone number either Prof Sambasiva Rao email@example.com or Prasad Chundru firstname.lastname@example.org
Adjunt requirement of AB+ blood to Anuradha (she is suferred her father's condition he is admitted in YASHODA HOSPITAL, SOMAJIGUDA)
INTERESTED DONARS PLS CONTACT THIS NO:9949755941
thanks urs vijaya narasimha..,
"DONATION OF BLOOD LEADS TO SAVE THE LIFE"
From: panasaram krishna <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 12:04 AM
Subject: Scholarship ( S.V.VIDYADANA TRUST: TIRUPATI.)
1. The applicant should have secured not less than 500 marks in S.S.C./O.S.S.C Public examination in A.P. State.
2. The Scholarship is applicable only to students studied in schools of Govt/Zilla Parishad /Municipal Corporation/Municipality/Private aided/and T.T.D. Schools.
3. The applicant should be below poverty line as per A.P.State Govt. issued from time to time.
4. For continuation of scholarship in every academic year till post-graduation, the applicant should necessary adhere to the attendance and marks prescribed by the Trust from time to time.
More information :
Accordingly, notifications was issued in all leading dailies both in Telugu and English inviting applications for the grant of scholarships to students passed S.S.C./O.S.S.C, 2009-10 with not less than 500 marks from the academic year 2009-10, fixing the last date as 30-09-2010. In response totally 3649 applications were received before the specified date. The list was prepared in a descending order. All eligible applicants upto (inclusive) 520 marks numbering 1021 was provisionally selected. So far, an mount of Rs. 35,85,600 was released from the funds of S.V.Vidya Dana Trust, Tirupati, to 996 students from out of 1021, who fulfilled the conditions stipulated, being the scholarship amounts for the financial year 2009-10 at Rs. 300/- per month per head and the amounts was credited to the respective individual student's Bank On-line accounts.
S.V.Vidya Dana Trust, Tirupati, is a registered body, and the donors are eligible for Income Tax exemption under relevant provisions of the Income Tax Act.
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From: panasaram krishna <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 11:52 PM
Subject: Scholarship for +1 students ( Girls , 55% score in 10th,....... )
Today, August 26, 2010, the birth centenary of Mother Teresa will be marked with celebration and thanksgiving in many parts of the world. This simple nun with her unique brand of faith and compassion was able to alleviate loneliness, hunger and destitution by reaching out through a worldwide mission to millions of abandoned, homeless and dying destitutes, irrespective of their religion, caste, faith or denomination. In the process she became, indisputably, the conscience-keeper of her century.
As one who was associated with her for 23 years and became one of her biographers, it is not easy to encapsulate her remarkable journey. Born in Skopje, a city in the folds of the Balkans, then as now a crucible of many religions and races, she was the youngest of three children of deeply Catholic Albanian parents. Her father died when she was seven; her mother struggled to feed her family and turned increasingly to the local church for spiritual sustenance. Young Agnes (as she was then known) encountered uncertainty and adversity early in life. The lessons of diligence, discipline, frugality and kindness were imbibed in these early years.
Today, when teenagers often have difficulty making up their minds as to which course to study and where, Agnes had decided, at the age of 14, to serve as a missionary, not in her local church, but in faraway India, then a world apart, of which decision the only certainty was that she would never return home.
A new life opened in Calcutta in 1929. She had joined the Loreto Order as a novice aged 19. Here she would take her religious vows and teach for almost 20 years. In 1948, in an even more cataclysmic turn of events, again entirely of her own making, she left the convent doors behind her for a vision of the street. She had realised that this was where her true vocation lay, and she pursued this goal with diligence, even obstinacy. This she did till the Vatican made her its first exception in several hundred years, permitting her to step out of the Loreto Order, but with her vows intact. She would remain a nun but without belonging to an established Order of the Church. These were early signs of spirit and will power, together with prayerfulness and faith, laced with not inconsiderable charm, which would provide the propulsion for the quite incredible journey that lay ahead.
The early milestones lay in recognition within her adopted country – first by the legendary Chief Minister of West Bengal Dr. B.C. Roy, to be followed by national recognition when Jawaharlal Nehru was instrumental in India awarding her the Padma Shri in 1962. Later, another redoubtable Chief Minister of West Bengal, Jyoti Basu, was to provide her his unstinted support.
By 1965, she had set up a vast network of service across India. The time had come for her to move her mission overseas. She saw need everywhere; there were plenty of the poor and hungry in divisive societies in each continent, in desperately poor and prosperous societies alike. And so she set up feeding centres and leprosy stations in Africa, AIDS hospices in North America, community programmers in the Australian outback, and a host of services that helped lift the most marginalised, hungry and lonely from a desolate life in streets and slums of Africa, Asia and the West.
"God loves a cheerful giver" was a refrain I would often hear as I walked with the smiling Sisters of her Order among sullen faces under London's Waterloo Bridge, serving them their only hot meal on a wintry night; in the process I saw where they spent their nights: coffin-sized cardboard boxes, their only homes. In San Francisco and Los Angeles, I talked to young AIDS sufferers in her hospices, knowing that I would never see them again. In Madrid, I met the aged and the destitute, wracked by a disease called loneliness, which Mother Teresa called the "leprosy of the West". And then the final triumph, a centre carved in the heart of Catholicism itself, in the shadow of St. Peter's in the Vatican, handed over by a Polish Pope to an obedient but persistent nun. She appeared a frail figure against the rigid hierarchy of the Church, some of whose members frowned in private that the Vatican had hardly any space let alone for a soup kitchen. Yet, in my eyes, Mother Teresa and John Paul II had, at one stroke, demystified a thousand years of sometimes rigid Papal tradition, in an understanding of the deepest Christian ethic that they shared.
Although she herself remained fiercely Catholic, her brand of faith was not exclusive. Convinced that each person she ministered to was Christ in suffering, she reached out to people of all religions. The very faith that sustained her infuriated her detractors, who saw her as a symbol of a right-wing conspiracy and, worse, the principal mouthpiece of the Vatican's well-known views against abortion. Interestingly, such criticism went largely unnoticed in India, where she was widely revered.
She was criticised for conversion. Yet in all the 23 years I knew her she never once whispered a suggestion regarding conversion. However, I asked her if she did convert. Without a moment's hesitation, she said, "I convert. I convert you to be a better Hindu, a better Muslim, a better Protestant, and a better Sikh. Once you have found God, it is up to you to do with him as you wish." While she never deviated an inch from her path and was a religious, not a social worker, she was quick to realise that in India, Catholicism was practised by a small segment, and the 19th century proselytising approach could not be sustained.
From her humblest beginning in the slums and streets, she reached out to alleviate the problem she encountered by the simplest and most straightforward means available to her. Her thinking was both simple and complex: when asked how she could touch a leprosy sufferer and clean his sores, she said she could do it because for her that man was the suffering Jesus. "I would not clean him for all the money in the world," said an observer. "Nor would I," Mother Teresa replied, "but I would do it for love of Him."
She could multi-task. She had to be a administrator par excellence to set up a multinational organisation that spread to 123 countries by the time she died, with the help of about 5,000 members of her Order, and countless millions volunteers. Her hands were always full, but comforting one individual at a time was more important than "getting lost in numbers"; it had to be that way, because each individual was a divine manifestation, each to be comforted, held, rescued, fed and not allowed to die alone.
I once called her the most powerful woman in the world. Mother Teresa replied: "Where? If I was, I would bring peace in the world." I asked her why she did not use her undeniable influence to lessen war. She replied: "War is the fruit of politics. If I get stuck in politics, I will stop loving because I will have to stand by one, not by all."
She had her critics. There was criticism about her taking money from dubious sources. I once asked her about it. She said without a moment's hesitation. "I accept no salary, no government grant, no Church assistance, nothing. But how can I refuse anyone who chooses to give money in an act of charity. How is this different from the thousands of people who each day feed the poor? My task is to give peace to people. I would never refuse." Yet she never asked for funds or even permitted fund-raising. Mother Teresa depended on providence. She believed if the work was intended, the money would come. If money did not come, the reverse held true.
What would happen to her mission when she passed on, I once asked her. She did not answer but instead only pointed her finger towards heaven. But I persisted. She laughed and said: "Let me go first."
I asked her the third time and this time she replied: "You have been to so many of our missions in India and abroad. Everywhere our Sisters wear the same saris, eat the same kind of food, do the same kind of work. But Mother Teresa is not everywhere. Yet the work goes on." Then she added: "As long as we remain committed to the poorest of the poor and do not end up serving the rich, the work will prosper."
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Hearty wishes to all of you , for the successful completion of this visit.
Special thanks to Prabha for organizing this visit.
Actually i am busy with my office work from the past one month.
It will be continued till this month end..
Sorry for that..
And I am eagerly waiting for my turn.
All the best to AMMA Team.
On 08th August, 10 we have visited FUTURE FOUNDATIONS, Mirjalaguda, Near Sairam Theater, Malkajgiri, Hyderabad.
There are 25 orphan children in which 6(of them) are HIV affected. The founder of the home is Santosh started this with one children way 4 year back now it has 25 children's. He started with children in a room.
We have reached the home around 5 P.M and returned at 6.30 P.M. We distributed Bananas and Oranges. The children are very active and performed few cultural activities too.
Our volunteers enjoyed a lot as the children forced our volunteers to dance a bit for the songs Anaganaga (from Magadheera).
Our volunteers Kanaka Rao, Srinivasa Prasad Rao entertained the children with their songs.
My special thanks to Ranganath, Kanaka Rao, P.Pavan Kumar, S.Sai Sireesha, R.Srivalli, Arun kumar , Srinivasa Prasad Rao.
Thanks to all the volunteers for making task easier and joyful i.e. this month visit of homes under SHARE AND CARE PROJECT.
I have donated my old dresses to couple of young girls.
Please click on the below for more….
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On Sat, Aug 7, 2010 at 3:16 PM, Srikanth Murukutla <email@example.com> wrote:
This is gentle reminder to all of you we are planning to go to Future Foundation, 10-478, Prem Vijay Nagar Colony, Mirjalaguda, Malkajgiri. Hyderabad. on Sunday 8th August 2010.
So please assemble at S.R.Nagar by sharp 3.30 pm.
Interested people can contact 9704933949.
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Amma Social welfare association.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [email@example.com] On Behalf Of prabha devireddy [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, August 05, 2010 10:46 PM
To: ammasocialwelfareassociation.aswa; email@example.com
Subject: <Share & Care Project> Monthly Visit to Future Foundation on 8th August, Sunday @ 3.30PM
As you all aware this month I have assigned the task of conducting "Monthly Homes Visit under "Share & Care Project".
So I have planned this weekend i.e. Sunday 8th August, 10 @ 3.30PM for this Activity. We are planning to visit Future Foundation, 10-478, Prem Vijay Nagar Colony, Mirjalaguda, Malkajgiri. Hyderabad. It consists of nearly 25 children with age group between 5-15 years. In which 15 are HIV affected.
I request every one to participate in the above event and help me in fulfilling my assigned responsibility successfully in one hand and to spend some time with these innocent kinds and share joy and happiness in other hand…
Eagerly Waiting for your participation….Will post and remind you with full details on Saturday.
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I'm happy to inform you all we have successfully completed the first phase of career guidance program i.e., conducting competitions in Govt. high school at Chintalguda (Chintalbasti), Khairatabad in Hyderabad. We reached school by 9.45 am(app.). Firstly we took permission from Smt. Jaya garu ( Assistant Head madam) & Sri Loknadham garu ( Head master) and started competitions as per the schedule.
Essay writing competition:
We have started essay writing competition by 9.55 am (app.) and ended with 10.25 am (app.). 24 children from 8th to 10th class were actively participated in this competition.
We have started elocution competition by 10.45 am (app) and ended by 12.50 pm (app.). 27 children from 6th to 10th class were actively participated in this competition.
List of active volunteers are as follows:
- Kumari R. Srivalli
- Mr. S.Sreenivasa prasad Rao
- Mr. K. Veerabhadran
- Mr. Manoj
- Mr. Kanaka Rao
- Mr. Prasanna krishna
- Mr. Bala chandrudu
- Mr. Ranganath
- Mr. M.N.R.R.V.Srikanth.
It was a great experience that all the children participated actively in the competition. We would like to thank each and every one who have made this event a grand success. Results for the above will be intimated shortly.
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Amma Social Welfare Association (ASWA)
Sree Venkateshwara Arts college in Hyderabad is interested to support the complete education of financially weak students.
They would like to support 3 to 4 Intermediate students and 3 to 4 Degree students free of cost.Courses they offer "CEC,MEC" in Intermediate and "Bsc Mstscs(maths,statistics,computer science), Bcom General,Bcom Computers" in graduation.
If you know/can find out students in Hyd from finacially weak background who have a minimum percentage of 50 please refer them to us.We would direct them to the college.This is a great opportunity for everyone to provide a free education to the poor students.
Please spread the message.
for more details you can reach me@ 9849365677
Lending a hand to critically ill children
|'Heal a Child' bears medical expenses|
On a mission: Dinesh, Rachna Mehta, Diana Hayden and Kiran during the launch of 'Heal a Child' Foundation on Friday. —
Lending a helping hand to the needy
|అన్ని దానాలలో కన్నా అన్నదానం మిన్న|
Please send your suggestions and feedback….
Our overall focus is on positive development in thinking process of Children as well as Parents of these Slums.
As a part of this we select a Slum and do the following things.
- Conduct Daily Morning/Evening Classes for 2 or 3 hours.
- Creating awareness about education & Hygiene
- Join them in Schools/Orphan Homes.
- Create interest in students through playful activities and interactive sessions.
- Create awareness about Plantation.
- Motivate and Counsel Parents with regular sessions & visits.
- Provide Notes Books, Stationery, Biscuits, Snacks & Healthy drinks.
- Conduct Medical Camps & awareness session.
- Planning to Teach few Job oriented courses/Self sustaining courses like Stitching, tailoring, Computers.
- Work for over all development of a Slum to the possible extent on step by step basis.
SRINIVASA PRASAD RAO