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Full Name
Vedula Venkata Ramani
Company
Sulakshana Circuits Ltd
Department
Business Development
Position
Director
Company Website
http://www.sclpcb.com
City
Hyderabad
Country
India
Professional Background
Global Social Business Incubator alumini of Santa Clara University, California,PhD in International Business,Masters in Economics, PG diploma in Marketing
Linkedin Profile Link
http://www.linkedin.com
CSR Interest & Background
Worked for 6 years as Director for Social and community lighting Projects at THRIVE Energy Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad. As NHRD Hyderabad chapter member worked voluntarily as Vice President and Treasurer for CEASE Child Labour an ILO recognized professional organization and worked for eradication of child labour. When i was associated with ICFAI Foundation closely worked with few NGO's for the children education, health and fund raising activities.

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