NSDUK social service, cultural, voluntary and welfare organisation successfully completed second day event of South India’s regional language Telugu on Saturday 31st of August,2019 at Thameside Gray’s Library.
NSDUK founder and Director Srikanth Goud Panjala and Director Srinivas Karem hosted NSDUK’s website officially for the public purposes.
Srikanth Panjala asked British NRI’s Telugu community parents must take the responsibility to teach Telugu at home by using library books. Due to lack of time, most of the working parents unable to teach the mother tongue of Telugu where there is no facilities or unavailability of Telugu books.
NSDUK’s next event/campaign will be held at British Library once we get the confirmation from the British Library which is in located in central London very soon. We will update the date and timings of our next event through our website www.nsduk.org .
A spokesperson said: “We request people can visit our website for the upcoming events/promotions of NSDUK.
We are very thankful to everyone those visited our exhibition to make more successful today.
“At the same time, we are thanking our supports “Gnanam Foundation”, Thurrock Divisions libraries all the staff members, Dr KV Ramanachary Retired IAS, Uk and India printing and online press media for the continuously!”