Zee Telugu employee awarded Doctorate by Osmania University

Zee Telugu employee awarded Doctorate by Osmania University
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Golkonda Bhoopal Reddy – Head Production of Zee Telugu channel has been conferred with Doctorate at 80th Convocation ceremony organised in Tagore Stadium by Osmania University on Monday.

Hyderabad: Golkonda Bhoopal Reddy – Head Production of Zee Telugu channel has been conferred with Doctorate at 80th Convocation ceremony organised in Tagore Stadium by Osmania University on Monday. Governor and Chancellor of University, ES L Narasimhan, Vice Chancellor Dr Ram Chandram and Chief Guest IICT Director – Dr Chandra Shekar graced the occasion, addressed the students and honoured them with gold medals and doctorates. Reddy pursued his doctoral studies in Management studies, thesis entitled "A Study on Competency Mapping in Entertainment TV Channels with special reference to Zee South Cluster" under the guidance of Asst Professor Dr Smitha Sambrani – Department of Business Management Studies, Osmania University during the period 2011 to 2016.

Dr Reddy hails from Anthampally village in Bhiknoor Mandal of Kamareddy district. Before joining Zee in 2006, he had served in Indian Air Force over 18 years at various air bases including Bangalore, Pune, Jalandhar, Vadodara, Srinagar and Hakimpet. While serving in Indian Air Force, he completed his MBA from Pune University campus, qualified UGC-NET for lectureship and also worked as visiting faculty for various management institutes in Pune and Vadodara. He further completed MA in English, MA in Public Administration and PGDCA.

Expressing his happiness on this said ,"It has been my dream to have doctorate degree especially from Osmania University" a prestigious university in the country and expressed his gratitude his parents Golkonda Bal Reddy and Laxmi, thanked to his family members and friends with whose support he could manage to get the degree. A special thanks goes to Zee Telugu heads - Anuradha Gudur, Sivananda, Sridhar Mulagada for their unstinted support in completion of doctoral studies, he added.

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