The first-ever community-based mobile app launched
Users can apply for a caste certificate through the app
Telangana Mudiraj Maha Sabha President Banda Prakash launches mobile app logo
App developed under the supervision of TITA Global President Sundeep Kumar Makthala
Hyderabad: Member of Parliament Banda Prakash launched the country's first-ever community-based mobile application T-Mudiraj at a programme at the Mudiraj community office in Hyderabad. The app will be available for public use in September on Play Store. People from the Mudiraj community can fill in their details in the app and get their caste certificate. The mobile app, developed under the supervision of Telangana Information Technology Association (TITA) Global President Sundeep Kumar Makthala, earned appreciation from the guest at the event.
Speaking on the occasion, MP Banda Prakash Mudiraj said that ‘T Mudiraj’ was developed for the welfare of the community and urged members to get their caste certificates by filling in their details on the mobile application. He expressed happiness saying for the first time a mobile application for the welfare of a community was developed in the country. He urged the members of the community to use the application effectively for the good use and welfare of the community.
The MP hailed TITA for coming up with the initiative. He said that it was a great service on the part of Sundeep Makthala, who is the grandson of Makthala Agaiah Mudiraj, who donated land in Secunderabad for the construction of Mudiraj Bhawan, coming up with a mobile app for the community development. Makthala Augaiah family is commendable for the service they rendered for the welfare of the community. Their service spirit in the third generation is appreciable, the MP said.
Speaking on the occasion TITA a global president Sandeep Kumar Makthala said that it was a moment of pride for the Association to develop the first-ever community-based mobile app in the country. He said the app provides the facility of availing caste certificates online for the members of the community.
He appealed to the community members to avail of this benefit. He said that the members of other communities can contact Telangana Information Technology Association to get mobile apps developed for their respective communities.
Honourable State President Rotama Bhupati Mudiraj, City president Polkam Lakshminarayana Mudiraj, state advisor Pittala Ravindar Mudiraj, State youth president G Seenu Mudiraj and other leaders from the Mudiraj community were present. Rana Pratap Bojjam, Vinod Rao from TITA was present.