Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) has come forward to help the aqua industry with a promise to make the sector operations safer through technology and help the fishermen community in turn.
The Association which came up with various innovation projects like Tconsult, Covid DawaKhana in the health sector to ‘Early coders scheme’ for State school children has now come forward to help fishermen community and make the aqua sector more sustainable.
As part of this initiative, TITA Global President Sundeep Kumar Makthala met fishermen at the banks of the Krishna river and discussed with them various issues they were facing.
During his visit, Sundeep discussed with the fishermen community issue of crocodiles straying on the shorelines, a threat looming large for the fisher folks. Sundeep promised that the Association will provide them life jackets as a first step towards dealing with the grave situation.
Later, Sundeep visited Sripada Vallabh temple on the banks of river Krishna near the Karnataka border and met locals and temple priests.