Support by Inner Wheel and Aditya Kiran Memorial Trust

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The month of September 2019, brought 16 members from the Inner Wheel Club of Visakhapatnam and Adityakiran Memorial Trust, Visakhapatnam to BCT. As this was a first visit for many of them, they viewed a short film on BCT to understand the scope of operations. They also interacted with Sri B. Sri Ram Murty, Secretary, to know more details. Sri Ram also elaborated about the past and present projects, as he spoke about the processes adopted, partnering communities, undertaking need based initiatives and augmenting farmer’s income.

Reasons why Khadi is still viable for us

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Noted to be a fabric synonymous with Indian independence movement, the advent of powermills and various other reasons, are slowly killing this industry. While some may argue that changing technologies need to replace the old, it is important to remember that today Khadi is much more relevant than ever before. As many designers choose it today as the fabric to work with, and a few organizations struggle to revive this dying form, here are few reasons that still make khadi and spinning it relevant in today’s times.

Training for Unemployed Youth

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BCT Secretary B. Sri Rama Murty has requested interested unemployed youth to register for several courses imparting skills at the jointly run Tech Mahindra Foundation Technology Center near Gajuwaka.

Micro-Entrepreneurship and more

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Entrepreneurship is one of the key drivers in society. Not only does it improve the quality of life for individuals and communities, it also helps in tackling poverty and unemployment, which is even more prominent in rural India at 70%. In order to promote local entrepreneurs and set them on the path of micro-entrepreneurship, BCT along with Vishwa Yuvak Kendra and NSRCEL of IIM Bangalore, organized a two-day camp on Micro entrepreneurship at BCT.

Vidyaranya students visit BCT

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From 3rd to 8th February, 33 students of the Vidyaranya school in Hyderabad, visited BCT as part of an education tour. The young boys and girls of the 8th standard, were accompanied by their faculty member Mrs. Veena, a faculty member.

169th governing body meeting held

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BCTs 169th Governing Body meeting was held at the Haripuram campus on January 27, 2019. It was conducted with Dr. Mohan Kanda in the Chair. Ajit Suryanarayan, Krishna Jyoti, along with members and advisory members attended the meeting.

BCT RHS students at A unique reunion

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The JNTU Kakinada Engineering College batch of 1979-83 conducted a reunion in a unique manner. The group of 50 alumni along with their spouses came together at Sunray resorts from 28th to 30th December. While they spent quality time with their batchmates and relived old memories, they also made good use of this time to talk about social causes and discussed the roles that they could play.

Spiritual Saturday at the Nagulapalli village!

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December 15, 2018

A familiar scene greets people of Nagulapalli village in Munagapaka mandal of Visakhapatnam district every Saturday. About a 100, neatly dressed children gather together in the evening to celebrate the Sri Venkateswara Swamy pallaki procession in all the streets of the village. With most of the villagers coming together to participate, the event goes beyond a simple religious occasion as it gets linked with spirituality, social and cultural involvement as well.

Community in Action at Mulajampa village

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Working towards community participation and decision making for village development, the Community Action Groups (CAGs) across 137 villages have been actively involved for the past three years now, since the start of the initiative by BCT. These groups meet regularly to discuss problems and solutions. The 13 CAG members of Mulajampa village met on December 6 as part of their monthly meetings and discussed the various problems and solutions.

Skill Development Program – Viable Agriculture

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Located about 36kms from mandal headquarters, Rallagadda village is 15kms away from Chintapalli. With kutcha and uneven roads, the path that leads here has huge stones, and can only be accessed by jeeps. Located atop a hill, the village perhaps earns its name from the many rocks and boulders here. While amenities like mobile connectivity are absent here, there is plenty of enthusiasm amongst the trainees.

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Bhagavatula Charitable Trust

Eco Rejuvenation Centre
Haripuram – 531061
Visakhapatnam district

Phone: +91 85003 59819

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47-9-38, 3rd Lane
Visakhapatnam -530016

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