Wonder Girl From Telangana Cracks CAT with 95.95 Percentile
At an age when teenagers mostly cry over their school assignments and tests,17-year-old Samhitha Kasi Bhatta cracked one of the toughest competitive tests in India: the Common Admission Test or CAT. What’s more, she did it in her first try!
It is not uncommon to take two or three attempts for a person to clear CAT.
Samitha has been a young achiever since she was a kid.
What do you expect a five year old kid to know?
Commonly kids of this age know their name, two or three poems or ‘A for APPLE And B for Ball.’
But that was not the case with Samhitha. When she was just 5 years old, she used to write articles, make drawings and was even appreciated for her essay on the solar system by our former President APJ Abdul Kalam Azad.
Also, according to Times of India, she met former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and shared an essay on how to improve the economy of India.
Samhitha earned the title of India’s youngest engineer at the age of 16. Her role model is none other than former Reserve Bank Of India Governor and economist Dr Raghuram Rajan.
Samhitha has not just made her parents proud but also inspired a whole generation of young achievers.
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