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Bhupathiraj Vissam Raju (1920-2002) is an Indian industrialist, a former chairman of Raasi Cements and the Cement Corporation of India and one of the pioneers of Indian cement industry.He was the director of Sagi Ramakrishnam Raju Constructions and Prasad and Company Project Works Limited. He was also interested in ceramics and refractory industries and is the founder of the Padmasri Dr. B.V Raju Institute of Technology.
The Government of India awarded him the fourth-highest Indian civilian award of Padma Shri in 1977 and followed it with the third-highest honour of Padma Bhushan in 2001.He was also awarded Honorary Doctorate by JNTU, Hyderabad.His moto -- Sky is the Limit. He also received many certifications from Harvard University and many other colleges other than in India.
He was born on October 15 at a village Kumudavalli, Andhra Pradesh.Late. Padma Bhushan Dr. B.V. Raju,the founder chairman of Dr. B.V. Raju Foundation and Dr. B.V. Raju Institute and Technologies, is a prodigy of industrial discipline, unusual perception, scholarship, workmanship and creativity. He is a man of vision, inspiration, confidence, diligence and above all humanity. Throughout his life, both as an industrialist and an educationalist, Late. Padma Bhushan Dr. B.V. Raju continued to devote himself to the service of the people. He always kept his doors open to the poor and the needy and participated actively in welfare programmes for improving the socio-economic conditions of the society.
His services for the welfare of the people are innumerable and invaluable.Late. Padma Bhushan Dr. B.V. Raju lived an exemplary life. It teaches us that the well-to-do have a responsibility towards the less fortunate. Though we may not be in a position to help everybody, we can at least start by helping a few, because it is the motto of service in us that is important. His message is simple and straight.
Sri. K.V. Vishnu Raju carries the torch of vision of his grand father. Presently, he is working incessantly and tirelessly towards the starting of a medical college, the up-gradation of all the present colleges and the setting up of research parks to encourage innovation and out-of-the-box thinking.