Chiranjeevulu IAS (Retd) launches Ubuntu Trust

T Chiranjeevulu, IAS (Retd) is a well known civil servant in Telangana and AP. Having earned enough friends and admirers among different sections of our society, he, after his superannuation in April 2021, has launched a non-governmental organisation, Ubuntu Trust, to serve the needy and eligible youth.

The trust which came into being a couple of months ago, mainly aims to promote education, skill development and other social activities with the help of one and all. Chiranjeevulu who held posts like School Education Commissioner, HMDA commissioner, IG stamps and registration and district collector among others has made his impact as a civil servant.

Now, in his second innings, he plans to contribute his mite to the growth of youth in different ways particularly in Telangana. “Believes in promotion of humanity, takes up appropriate interventions to empower the downtrodden, employment opportunities to youth by providing appropriate skill development training programmes,” says his website, UbuntuTrust.Org.In

And providing free coaching classes for writing competitive examinations for various Government jobs. It also aims at setting up old age homes, so that senior citizens live in dignity with honour, are some of his goals. We wish him and his team the best in their journey to serve the society. You can reach him through

Rama Krishna Sangem

Ramakrishna chief editor of excel India online magazine and website

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