We strongly believe economic independence through education is one of the best ways to empower women. Education should be accessible to everyone irrespective of gender, economic and social status. Education and empowerment of women can never fail to result in a more caring, tolerant and just society.
Mrs. Vijayalakshmi, is the wife of (late) Mr. K. Saradhi IFS. She worked in the Healthcare and Government sectors for many years. A woman of eminent strength and courage she bravely faced the tests of time and decided to channel all her energy towards the empowerment of under-privileged young girls in our society. She has made her home a haven for them.
Wife of Mr. P. V. Ratnam, Retd DGM ECIL. The growth of CSS and its acquisition of a permanent building is a result of her persistent and unflinching efforts. She is a practitioner of meditation and yoga.
Wife of Dr. R. R. Rao, MD. Joining CSS was the culmination point of both her professional and personal fields of interest in life. She does educational and career guidance for the children and helps with CSS correspondance.
Wife of Mr. T. Chandramouli, Retd Scientific Officer at NFC. She worked in Defense Research Lab as a technical officer, missile projects for 33 years and retired. Her long years of service in the technical field have become an asset in executing her duties in CSS with passion.
He had held the posts of Chairman, Board of Studies, E. E., OU, Founder Director, Directorate of Admissions, OU and Convener EAMCET – 97. His book 'Network Analysis' is the prescribed text book for BE in JNTU and OU. His academic acumen has helped our students in getting admissions in many colleges. His philanthropic nature has helped CSS through thick and thin.
He retired from active police service as Commandant of Special Police. He has retired as Chief Coordinator in a super-specialty hospital. His long years in these fields had made him a natural choice to see to the security and coordination of many activities of CSS.
Barely 8 years of age, Miss P lost her parents to misfortune. Her relatives, financially challenged, were unable to support Miss P’s desire to study. To fund her survival, Miss P started working in an Old Age Home. Putting in long hours in the care of the inmates she found it challenging to continue studies. Having learnt about CSS, Miss P decided to turn her life with sheer determination and hard work.
She realized the opportunity to start her life afresh on a clean slate. Completing BSc Nursing from Kamineni College of Nursing, Miss P realized her personal ambition and was thrilled at life’s turn of events. Today she is staffed as a Nurse in the Cardiology Department in Kamineni Super-Speciality Hospital. Miss P feels pride in conferring the awards of her personal and professional achievement to CSS and thank them for the opportunity to lead life on her terms.
Happy times not ending at this, she has a sponsor who is willing to help her find a job in Australia so she can specialize professionally. Becoming self-reliant, Miss P says that she will support one of her sisters back in CSS.
Miss S, hailing from Guntur, faced heart wrenching tragedy very early in life. After brutally killing her mother, her father made a run getting caught by the police. With some help from the Uncle, Miss S managed to educate herself until High school. But economical and financial conditions got the better of the already difficult situation, compelling her Uncle to discontinue her studies. Miss S’s zeal to study and educate self, encouraged her Uncle to look for avenues to accomplish this goal. Having heard of CSS from others, her Uncle managed to bring Miss S for admission into the home of CSS. With hard work and perseverance Miss S managed to get a seat in the IT Branch of Srinidhi College of Engineering.
Although, initially, Miss S stayed aloof and seemed insecure, she never let it interfere with her studies. With Gods finally smiling on her, Miss S was recruited into CTS through the Campus Recruitment Cell. She floored the interviewers not only with her knowledge of her subjects but also with her frankness and her acceptance of her background and her will to become good of herself.
Today, Miss S is posted in a city outside Hyderabad. She never forgets to keep in touch with CSS and the other girls there who are her family. She mails them regularly and visits them whenever she is in town.
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