Educational society named after US Vice President Kamala Harris’s mother opens its office in Telangana


Shyamala Educational Society, named after US Vice President Kamala Harris’s mother Dr Shyamala Gopalan, was inaugurated in Telangana on Thursday. The Society, founded by N Suresh Reddy, aims to contribute to the field of education, health, environmental sustainability, and social service.

“The society, particularly in the education sector, aspires to make a name by offering education of international standards and disseminating it to the greatest possible segment of the Indian population. Our effort is ready to give quality education with the assistance of highly respected members of the Advisory Board,” an official statement from the society read. Born in 1938, Dr Shyamala Gopalan pursued her doctorate in nutrition and endocrinology at UC Berkeley. She left India at the age of 19. Shyamala was a leading cancer researcher and activist. Harris’s maternal grandfather was born in…

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