The NTR Trust Bhavan in Hyderabad has been the prominent identity of Telugu Desam Party in the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh for 2 decades. Now, the NTR Trust Bhavan will change its identity as it is all set to turn into a women’s degree college. The proposal has been given a green signal by TDP’s national president Nara Chandrababu Naidu in a recent party meeting.
Since the TDP is the ruling party in Andhra Pradesh, Chandrababu Naidu has decided to shift the party headquarters to Amaravati, where the new and modern building is coming up.
It is coming out that the famous Trust Bhavan will soon change its identity and it is all set to become a women’s degree college. TDP’s national president Nara Chandrababu has also given the approval for the proposal.
Already, the NTR Trust Bhavan is being used for the NTR Blood Bank, NTR Model School’s Central Office and to prepare the study material for the students who are preparing for various competitive exams. The trust runs a blood bank too. The building was constructed in 1996 and it was the epicenter of the state and TDP political activities over the last two decades.
Meanwhile Telangana TDP president L Ramana said T-TDP would continue to function from one building and the rest would be used by the Trust for its activities. So the TDP’s think-tank has decided to shift all the party related activities to one building and utilize the remaining unused rooms in the twin buildings to set up a degree college. If everything goes as planned, the degree college will be ready for admissions starting from 2017 academic year.