Nara Chandra Babu Naidu is an Indian Politician and first Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh since 2014 after United Andhra Pradesh state bifurcation. Previously he served as Chief Minister from 1995 to 2004. Chandra Babu Naidu became the state’s youngest assembly member and youngest minister at 28,and served the longest term as Chief Minister of the state from 1995 to 2004.Naidu emphasised the use of information technology (IT)and was instrumental in making Hyderabad one of the IT hub’s in India,earning praise from global leaders and media for his public policies and approach to governance. Personal details: Born:Nara Chandra Babu Naidu 20 April 1950 Naravaripalle,Madras State,India. (now in Andhra Pradesh) Political Party:Telugu Desam Party (1983-Present) Other Political affiliations:Indian National Congress (1978-1983) Spouse:Bhuvaneswari(M..1981) Children:Nara Lokesh (Son) Early life and Education: Chandra Babu Naidu was born on 20 April 1950 at Naravaripalle,Chittoor district in Present-day Andhra Pradesh in an agricultural family to Nara Kharjura Naidu and his wife Ammannamma.Since his village had no School,Chandra Babu attended Primary school in Seshapuram up to class five and the Chandragiri Government High School up to class 10.He completed his B.A.,degree in 1972 from Sri Venkateswara Arts College,Tirupati.He did his Masters in Economics from Sri Venkateswara University in 1974, under the guidance of Peofessor Dr. D.L.Narayana he started work on his PhD on the topic of Economics ideas of Professor N.G.Ranga,but did not complete his PhD. Career:N. Chandra Babu Naidu in fall Nara Chandra Babu Naidu,Indian Politician who as head of the Telugu Desam Party (TDP),Was the Chief Minister of United Andhra Pradesh state from 1995-2004 and 2014-19served as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh state in Southeastern India and became an important figure in Indian Politics at the national level. He was initiated into Politics during his Student days at Sri Venkateswara University College of Arts in Tirupati,where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1972,and he continued with Postgraduate studies at the larges university. He had joined the IndianNationalCongress ,and in 1975-77,during the Period of emergency rule imposed by them PrimeMinisterIndiraGandhi , he served as the local Youth President of the party. He Subsequently discontinued his studies to Pursue a Career in Politics. Chandra Babu became a confidant of Sanjay Gandhi Indira’s eldest son,and in 1978 he ran for and was elected to a Seat in the Andhra Pradesh state legislative assembly. While in office he also was a minister (1980-83)in the state cabinet. During That Period he married the daughter of NandamuriTarakaRao (NTR),a super star of Telugulanguage films and founder of the TDP who served three terms as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh. Chandra Babu lost his bid for re election to the assembly in 1983 in the TDP sweep of the state elections that year,and he joined the new party. Chandra Babu soon gained the confidence of NTR, especially following his role in helping thwart a Congress party attempt to oust NTR from his post as Chief Minister in 1984.Chandra Babu became general secretary of the TDP in 1985and was instrumental in building up an effective party organization. Although Chandra Babu did not hold a portfolio in NTR’s government when it was in power (1983-94),he came to wield considerable clout with in the party (1989-89),Naidu served as party coordinator,skillfully handling its opposition role in the state assembly. His work during that phase was key factor in the subsequent success of the TDP in the state elections of 1994.In August 1995 Chandra Babu staged a successful in party coup against his father-in-law to counter the rising influence of Lakshmi Parvathi,NTR’S second wife. Later that year he was unanimously elected leader of the TDP and simultaneously took over for NTR as chief Minister of United Andhra Pradesh. He continued to Strengthen the party,and in the 1996 elections to the Loksabha, the TDP won a total of 16 seats. In the SeptemberSeptember-October 1999 Loksabha elections,the TDP did even better,gaining 29 seats and solidifying Chandra Babu’s reputation as a leader of significance. He lent his patty’s support to (with out joining)the BharatiyaJanataParty (BJP)led National Democratic Alliance Coalition that governed the country between 1999 and 2004.Also in October 1999-2004.Also in October 1999 he was reaffirmed in his tenure as Chief Minister,riding the Crest of the TDP’S Parliamentary and State electoral Success. By the time,Chandra Babu Naidu was viewed as an up-and-coming figure in national politics and a future candidate for Prime Minister. Known for his Political acumen and zeal for re form,he was an efficient administrator and policy maker who saw his role as being more like the head of corporation than a Chief Minister. Appreciated for his dynamism and willingness to experiment,he aecorded priority to Good governance and infrastructure development and exhibited the will to invigorate the economic climate of the state.In particular,Chandra Babu’s emphasis on the development of information technology helped transform United Andhra Pradesh’s capital,Hyderabad,into one of India’s most attractive destinations for new investment. Chandra Babu Naidu a national and international figure,but his attempts at reform disillusioned large groups of voters in Andhra Pradesh,especially farmers and the poor.Who did not benefit from his programs.The TDP was soundly defeated in 2004 national Parliamentary and state elections,even though it was still allied with the BJP,and Babu stepped down as Chief Minister. Again spearheading the opposition in state politics-though now as party leader-he dropped his ties with the BJP and forged an alliance between the TDP and smaller state parties to contest the 2009 national and state elections.That attempt failed how ever,as the party made no real gains in either the Loksabha or the state assembly. Naidu did retain his assembly seat,State assembly elections were held in the spring of 2014,just prior to the creation of Telangana state in June out of the north western portion of Andhra Pradesh. The TDP again allied it Self with the BJP and won a plurality of seats. That plurality became a clear majority when the newly configured Andhra Pradesh assembly convened in June. The TDP formed a government,with Chandra Babu Naidu as chief executive,After the party’s poor showing in the 2019 general elections,he stepped down as Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.