G.V. Sri Raj (born 4 March 1988) is the Chairman of YUVA. Sri was born in Rajahmundry, he is the son of G.V. Harsha Kumar a member of parliament and the most powerful Dalit Leader from Andhra Pradesh, sri is born in geddam family.
The most powerful youth leader from the district of East Godavari, he started his career in 2004. He started a youth organisation by name YUVA in Rajahmundry later he spread the branches all over the East Godavari and Andhra Pradesh. Later, he join his youth organisation in NSUI (National Students Union of India ) a strong student union wing of the Indian National Congress, in 2006. Being as a back bone of his father, sri allways at the back and used to keep a candidate of his own in front for his strategic political game.
Sri has faced many controversies, mainly in his early life. Sri allways changes his strategies which finally wins him. Sri look after all the political relations, mostly concerned with youth in the district of east Godavari in Andhra Pradesh. he lead the Indian Youth Congress, National Students Union Of India & Indian National Trade Union Congress in Rajahmundry.
Sri graduated from Godavari Instuite of Engineering and Technology affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada as a computer science student and has a post graduate degree from Leeds Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. He is also educated in a short term Course from London School of Economics & Political Science.
Geddam Family History and Origins
Geddam family history has rich origins of which the particulars can be pieced together by Geddam family members. The Geddam family is an old family line that has spread all across the world over the centuries, and as the Geddam family has migrated, it has evolved making its origin challenging to unearth.
The meaning of Geddam come may come from a trade, such as the name "Gardener" which was given to people of that profession. Some of these trade-based surnames may be a profession in a different language. Because of this it is essential to know the country of origin of a name, and the languages used by its early ancestors. Many modern names like Geddam originate from religious texts like the Bible, the Bhagavadgītā, the Quran, and so on. Commonly these family names are shortened versions of a religious sentiment such as "Worthy of praise".
- Member of Campaigning Team Mayor Elections, Rajahmundry - 2001
- Started an Organization YUVA - Youth Unite for Voluntary Affairs - 2002
- Flood Victims Camp - Amalapuram, East Godavari 2003
- Joined NSUI - National Students Union of India as a Big Group - 2004
- Member of the Campaigning Team Amalapuram Parliamentary Constancy & Mummidivaram, Kothapeta, Razolu, P Gannavaram, Assembly Constancy's Elections - 2004
- Organized Sri Chaitanya Utsav with 25,000 Students - 2005
- Organized the biggest Blood Donation Camp in the East Godavari District - 2006
- Head of the campaigning South mayor’s Constancy for Elections, Rajahmundry - 2006
- Main member of the , Andhra University Youth Festival organizing committee - 2007
- Head of the organizing committee for MATRI an Engineering College’s Youth Festival - 2008
- Member of Campaigning team for Amalapuram Parliamentary Constancy &
- Head of the Campaigning team for 6 major Assembly Constancy’s Elections - 2009
- Appointed as an Executive Director for Rajiv Gandhi Group of Colleges, Rajahmundry - 2010
- Presented Nagali & Talapaka to the Chief Minister Of Andhra Pradesh in a Official Farmer’s meeting in Rajahmundry - 2011
- Released a poster against Jagan Mohan Reddy's corruption with vayalar ravi, the central union cabinate minister of india for Overseas Indian Affairs - 2012
- `YUVA' to rescue of flood-hit. The Hindu (Sep 13, 2006). Retrieved on May 25, 2012.
- Youth organisation holds medical camp. The Hindu (Jul 29, 2006). Retrieved on May 25, 2012.
- Youth festival concludes on a grand note. The Hindu (Nov 08, 2007). Retrieved on May 25, 2012.
- Volunteers clash during NSUI elections (Jan 29 2010). Retrieved on May 25, 2012.
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