Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) has been renamed, as announced by Managing director (MD) VC Sajjanar. The corporation has been renamed TGSRTC in response to the state government's demand to replace all references to "TS" with "TG" in the nomenclature.

After announcing renaming of TSRTC, Sajjanar invites suggestions
Sajjanar spoke to 'X' on wednesday to announce the name change from TSRTC to TGSRTC, stating that the change has been replicated throughout the corporation's social media channels.
 On this occasion, Sajjanar urged travelers to offer their important comments and concerns using the redesigned user account. He also encouraged customers to follow the corporation's social media profiles to remain up to date on its offerings.

Telangana State Southern Power Distribution Company Limited (TSSPDCL), which was previously known as TSRTC, has been renamed TGSPDCL.
TGSPDCL's chairman and managing director, musharraf Faruqui, IAS, made the announcement.
Similarly, telangana State Northern Power Distribution Company Limited (TSNPDCL) has been renamed as TGNPDCL.

‘TG’ Replaces ‘TS’ as Telangana’s Abbreviation
On May 16, the telangana administration announced regulations replacing 'TS' with 'TG' as the state's abbreviation.
With the Center's adoption of 'TG' as the new acronym, the state government demanded that all references to 'TS' be replaced with 'TG' in the nomenclature of all state PSUs, including TSRTC, agencies, autonomous institutions, and other government entities.

Chief Secretary Santhi Kumari issued a government Order (GO) directing all secretariat departments to replace all references to 'TS' with 'TG' in official documents (such as letterheads, reports, notifications, and so on), signage within and outside government offices, websites, and online platforms, and any other official communication.
She urged that all Special Chief Secretaries, Principal Secretaries, and Secretaries consult with all government entities under their administrative supervision to ensure that the move is smooth throughout.
All departments have been requested to submit compliance reports by May 31.



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