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Hyderabad Industries Minister KT Rama Rao Celebrates Birthday by Empowering Orphan Students


Hyderabad – In a heartfelt gesture on his 47th birthday, BRS Working President and Industries Minister, KT Rama Rao, has taken a meaningful step towards supporting orphan students. The Minister has decided to provide laptops and intensive coaching to 94 deserving students from the State Home at Yousufguda, with the aim of paving the way for a brighter future for these young minds.

Expressing his commitment to the cause, KT Rama Rao called upon party leaders and workers to join him in supporting orphan children in their own unique ways, encouraging them to forego extravagant spending on advertisements.

Taking to Twitter on Sunday, the Minister shared his vision for the #GiftASmile initiative, which involves personally sponsoring 47 meritorious children from 10th or 12th grades and an additional 47 students pursuing professional courses. Each of the selected students will receive a laptop and benefit from two years of intensive coaching from esteemed institutes, providing them with essential tools to realize their aspirations.

KT Rama Rao’s heartfelt remark acknowledged the resilience and determination of these exceptional young achievers, who have not let adversity hinder their pursuit of success. As wards of the State, the Minister recognized the need to offer them support, and he expressed confidence in the capacity of BRS party colleagues to contribute to this noble cause.

The Minister’s thoughtful initiative seeks to empower orphan students by acknowledging the challenges they face while nurturing their dreams and ambitions. By providing them with access to technology and specialized coaching, KT Rama Rao aims to open doors to a brighter and more promising future for these deserving individuals.

As KT Rama Rao sets an inspiring example of compassion and philanthropy on his birthday, many are hopeful that his call to action will resonate with others, inspiring greater support for underprivileged children and fostering a sense of collective responsibility in building a more inclusive and supportive society.


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