Balotsav, a platform to showcase hidden talents
With the participation of students from the neighbouring States of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Bengal along with the students of...
Bhadrachalam: The Balotsav programme provides a platform to many poor students with extraordinary skills to showcase their talent by participating in it, said Talluri Trust Director Talluri Jayashekar here in Bhadrachalam on Monday.
With the participation of students from the neighbouring States of Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh and Bengal along with the students of Telangana, the celebrations of Bhadradri Balotsav-2017 continued on a grand note on Day 2, here in Bhadrachalam on Monday.
Attending as the chief guest, Jayashekar said, “On the behalf of Talluri Trust, we are providing free education to thousands of students in the State and are extending our support to organise such programmes to bring the hidden talent in them.”
The students who perform well in Bhadradri Balotsav will be selected to participate in the Children festival at Shilparamam of Hyderabad on December 27.
And some of the students from both Telugu-speaking States, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, will be selected to participate in Children Festival organised under Telugu Association of North America (TANA) in America in May-2017, he said.
Former ZP Chairman of Khammam district Chekuri Kashaiah, NRI’s Doddapneni Harinath, Alla Radha, representative of TANA Bathineni Rakesh, representative of Indo-Qatar Dodda Ravi, Pakala Durga Prasad, Convenor of Bhadradri Balotasav Bekkanti Srinivas and were present along with others.