The NRIs who have partnered with Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) to make their villages digitally empowered under Digithon Digital Village Initiative were appreciated by IT Minister KT Rama Rao and IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan in California, USA. This was on the sidelines of KTR inaugurating T-Bridge in Silicon Valley, California.
KT Rama Rao individually congratulated the NRIs who have adopted their villages to make them digitally literate and have prodded the rest of the NRIs to adopt their villages quickly for digital literacy empowerment. Minister applauds TITA efforts on promoting Digital Literacy in Telangana and appeal NRI's to adopt their native villages to make 100% Digital Literate. Jayesh Ranjan with his message has inspired more NRIs to adopt their villages to make them digitally literate.
"TITA president Sundeep Makthala and Team are doing excellent job and everyone praised their determined efforts to make Telangana a completely digitally literate state soon with NRIs and all well-wisher’s help. It was wonderful for me to talk to my village citizens through the digital connection that TITA enabled." said NRI and Ipparthy sponsor Vinoy Mereddy.
"It was best and easiest way to reach and talk to my dad's village citizens through the digital connection that TITA enabled. Women are undoubtedly the foundation of the basic unit of society – the family. I believe When we educate and empower one woman, we set off a chain reaction that transforms the life of her family and the community she lives in." said NRI Kotha Ruchika who sponsored for 30 women in Velpur village.
IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan, TITA Canada Chapter In-charge Ranjith Gavvala, Kotha Sagar, Rambabu Manchkanti, Vinoy, Venkat, Manoj Thatikonda, Santosh and other attended the meet.