It's turn of Nandamuri Balakrishna's daughter and Nara Lokesh's wife Nara Brahmini to step into public domain. Following the footsteps of her family, Brahmini, who is executive director of Heritage Foods and trustee of NTR Trust, came forward to extend the social services. Speaking at the Skill Development Center in NTR Trust, Brahmini said that the trust would extend support to poor students in coaching for Group exams.
"With an aim to create good officers for the Telugu states Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, NTR Trust wants to support the needs of the poor students. Understanding that coaching for Group exams have become costly, NTR Trust itself launched free and quality coaching for the students. Also, we'd like to support students who are interested to serve Central Government and Central banks," said Nara Brahmini.
Under the aegis of Mr Nara Chandrababu Naidu, NTR Trust is already catering to the needs of Health, Education, Empowerment & Livelihood and Disaster relief management areas. Already the trust is delivering education to the children of party workers from weaker sections and children of party leaders who lost their lives. Now the latest move is to extend its services to weaker sections in the society.