South Region Conference: 2017-18
South Region organized Regional Conference at the holy town of
Tirupati at Seven Hills College of Pharmacy. Delegates from AP,
Telangana, Tamilnadu, Karnataka and Kerala attended the conference.
The inaugural session was shared by National President Shri Sitaram
Pareek, Shri Suresh Jain NOS, Shri N. Daulat Rao NVP and other
regional office bearers. Dr. Sudha Rani, Sai Sudha Multi Specialty
Hospital, Shri Galla Vijaya Naidu of Anu Raja Group of Industries
graced the session. National President stressed to expand the
activities and projects of BVP in the south region. He appreciated
the arrangement made by the new branch Tirupati. National Vice
President N. Doulath Rao focused on the activities of Gram Vikas,
Viklang Yojana, NGSC and B.K. Jano. He appealed to the delegates for
strengthening the organization in this region.
Shri Suresh Jain asked the delegates to involve elite of the society
and expand our Sanskar and Sewa projects. To start permanent
projects is the need of the hour. All prant general secretaries
presented their reports regarding branches, membership and projects’
achievements. V.S hanker National Secretary presented a power point
presentation on Sanskar and Sewa projects. Purushottam Shastri and
K. Janardhan presented their views on Sampark and Sahyog.
Dr. B.D. Patel Regional Secretary from Karnataka and Karnataka
Patron Shri Shub Ram Shetty displayed Power Point presentation on
publicity matter and media. Finance Secretary Region Shri Narpat Raj
Jain shared his views on financial discipline and CSR.
The conference concluded with the address of Mahadev Manglam Sundra
Murti Prant Sanghchalak followed by the targets given to the region
by the National President. Tirupati branch team was felicitated for
their making comfortable arrangement for stay, food and auditorium
etc. Conference concluded with vote of thanks by Purushottam Shastri.
The two-day South India Regional Conference of Bharat Vikas Parishad
(BVP) started in Tirupati on Sunday. The National President of BVP
Seetharam Pareekh, National Organising Secretary Suresh Jain and
others inaugurated the conference by lighting a lamp.
Speaking on the occasion, Seetharama Pareekh described BVP as a
service-cum-sanskar oriented, non-political socio cultural voluntary
organisation. It is operating throughout India and dedicated to the
growth and development of the country.
Suresh Jain told that the aim of BVP is to serve the society by
involving all the elite people of the society. The main activities
are handicapped welfare and rehabilitation, health and medical
services, rural and urban slum development, women and child welfare
among other things. He said that the organisation is having 65,000
members in South India.
TDP leader Dr R Sudha Rani, N Doulat Rao, Ramesh Chand Jain, GDV
Prasad Rao and Galla Vijay Naidu also spoke on the occasion. While M
Niranjan Babu welcomed the dignitaries, Purshotham Sastry proposed
vote of thanks. D Jaypal Choudary, Dr GS Prasad and delegates from
AP, Telangana, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerala and Pondicherry
participated. (Source: Hans India; 25 December, 2017.
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Bharat Vikas Parishad regional conference concludes
Tirupati: The Two-day South India Regional Conference of
Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) concluded in Tirupati on Monday. A women
convention was organised on this occasion under the chairmanship of
Pushpa Seetaram Pareek. M Aruna from Rajahmundry, Sailaja from
Visakhapatnam, Sujatha Rao from Chennai, Kantha from Bengaluru and
other women delegates participated in the convention. They discussed
about Empowerment of Women and the problems being faced by women in
They also discussed about the implementation of the schemes meant
for women & girls like Beti Bachao & Beti Padhao, Abhaya Bharathi,
Jandhan Yojana, and other schemes. BD Patel from Bengaluru gave a
lecture on Service and Publicity through BVP. In another discussion
during the Conference, Sitarama Parek, Prof M Sundara Murthy, Suresh
Jain, Ramesh Jain and Purushotham Sastry have given their speeches.
Prof M Sundara Murthy told the delegates that Youth should
participate in the development of the nation. Senior member of BVP
Subbaramaish Setty of Bengaluru was felicitated on this occasion. DR
M Niranjan Babu, Dr GS Prasad, D Jayapal Chowdary, Muni Sreedhar
Pillai, Prof Varma and other delegates participated in the
(Source: Hans India; 26 December,
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