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The Success Story of A Telangana Girl – A Rag to Riches Story

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D. Anila Jyothi Reddy Pic. Credit  Google

A Success story of a Telangana girl. A girl from Narasimhula Gudem village in Warangal district of Telangana, who made it top to the position of the CEO of Key Software Solutions in the US

NDTV Reported as follows:

“No compromise. No condition’s permanent. Nothing is impossible,” are the three beliefs that Jyothi Reddy, CEO of Key Software Solutions preaches every woman hailing from the economically weaker section in this country.
A child dispensed to an orphanage by her own parents at the age of six, she earned a living through her teenage years by breaking stones 10 hours a day while being paid a meager Rs 5 a day.
She became a mother of two girls by the age of 18, yet there was nothing that faded her indomitable spirit which helped her achieve the dream of becoming economically stronger against all odds.
An icon to all Indians, Mrs. Reddy narrates the inspirational story of how a forced orphan, later a mother suffering domestic violence has gone on to become the CEO of a 15 million dollar software company.

Watch the amazing story of the brave lady in a walk the talk Interview with Shekhar Gupta of NDTV.

To read the full story of Jyothi Reddy please visit  The WeekendLeader.
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Source: NDTV WeekendLeader

Published on: Mar 19, 2012, at 06:14

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