Andhra Pradesh – New Knowledge Power House

Andhra Pradesh is set to become the new knowledge power house.  In fact the Bifurcation of the state of Andhra Pradesh has been a boon for education in the region. The state was divided in a most UN-democratic way. The residual state of Andhra Pradesh has been left with literally no money to pay even for the staff salaries. However, there were some promises made on developing the state and one of them is to sanction some high end Education institutions like IIM, IIT, NIT, IISER, AIIMS etc. The government is planning to diversify these in to different regions and according to the development plan of the state in different regions. Most of the development is concentrated in the Telangana Read More …

Nenu Saitam–contribute to Development of Andhra Pradesh from USA

Finally few people with vested interests have succeeded and divided the Telugu people. There is some acrimony between these states now and suddenly one of the part is languishing with all the problems in the world. The State of Andhra Pradesh is without a capital and left with high debt. The previous government has not considered the equality between arbitrarily divided without any reasonable logic. The State of Andhra Pradesh is left with more population and less income, where as the state of Telangana if given Lions share in the income and assets. Its common sense to divide assets and liabilities using a common formula. But the Congress Government has divided the assets on the ratio of usage and liabilities Read More …

Employee Health Scheme for government employees

A great initiative by the AP State Government for its employees and pensioners is the recent Employee Health Scheme . This scheme provides Cashless treatment to the employees, pensioners including their dependents. The Eligibility is as under SERVING All regular State Government Employees. Provincialized Employees of local bodies RETIRED All service pensioners All Family pensioners without dependents Re-employed service pensioners FAMILY Parents (either adoptive or biological, but not both). One legally wedded wife and her dependent parents in case of a male employee/ service pensioner. Husband and his dependent parents in case of a female employee/ service pensioner. Wholly dependent legitimate children (including step children and adopted children).  In case of unemployed daughters, those who are unmarried or widowed or Read More …