Warangal Urban: A post-graduate in engineering (M.E) from Osmania University, he would have got a lucrative job in a top-notch company, but Srinivas Chamarthy has chosen the other way. However, this 37-year-old man through his company CYME Automation Systems Pvt Ltd has been investing his time and money on a journey which is aimed at exploring the cultures and educating and guiding the young minds.
A resident of Hyderabad, Srinivas arrived in Warangal on January 10, to address the students of SR Engineering college. Srinivas Chamarthy said that he has so far travelled 55,800 km and has visited 169 cities and gave lectures in 159 colleges.
He shared that his journey is aimed at providing right direction to the young graduates and to make them realise their talent. He said that he wants them to become great innovators and contribute to the development of the country.
Srinivas Chamarty said that there should be strong foundation for any start-up to reach great heights. Goes on to explaining topics like practical approach for product development, innovative research and design, concept of integrated engineering for product development, economy study, and entrepreneurship for progressive growth, he usually interacts with students for two-and-a-half hour to four hours.
He has travelled from Kerala to Jammu and Kashmir and Arunachal Pradesh to Gujarat visiting the colleges. Though, he had even met with two accidents during his journey, Srinivas says he would continue with his journey. “I would like to meet at least 60,000 students this year,” Srinivas said adding that he will be visiting Uttarakhand, Haryana and Delhi in February.
However, he thanks his wife Sridevi, who not only plans his tours but also runs their company.