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|Born||Gudivada, Krishna District,Andhra Pradesh, India|
|Alma mater||University of Washington|
Reddy was born and brought up in Gudivada, Krishna District. He hails from a middle-class family. He completed his SSC in 1998 and studied PGDCA course in Gudivada. At age 14, he came to Hyderabad to excel in computers and worked as computer faculty of C Language. He was hired by Microsoft despite not having completed a college degree.
He became one of the youngest Java Certified Professional (JCP) in India. He was later selected as Project head by the Application Architect at Microsoft.
After ten years at Microsoft, he left to create Kotii Group of Ventures, a group of self-sufficient, profitable ventures aimed at reaching 784 crore people around 238 countries in sectors including Health Tech, Core Tech R&D, Edutech, Fintech, Philanthrophy, Mediatech, Life Sciences, Agritech, Construction and Mass Tech by owning companies including Bharath Innovations, Digital Education, DZ Pay, Kotii Foundation, India Herald, Bodha, Seva Foundation, Crowd blood, Citrus Clinic and Snaggerr. Kotii group owns 70 percent of each company, of which 33% is pledged for underprivileged kids, widows and seniors.
Reddy adopted two Government schools in Andhra Pradesh, Government Jilla Parishad High School in Nandivada and Mandal Parishad School, Jonapadu. Both schools achieved a 100% Pass Rate in the SSC Results across 700 students.
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