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Samhitha, the youngest to crack CAT

Samhitha, the youngest to crack CAT

Samhitha Kasibhatta from Telangana is a genius girl. She has shown her extraordinary talents from her childhood. She holds several records.

Samhitha is the first Indian to pass 10th standard with 8-grade points, and 10-grade points in Mathematics and Science. She is the youngest Indian to pass 12th standard at the age of 12 with 88.6 percent of marks in the Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry (MPC) stream.

Now, by cracking the CAT examination at the age of 17 years, she became the youngest ever to crack that exam.

Samhitha cracked the exam with 95.95 percentile in her first attempt.

She has excellent memory power. At the age of three, she could recollect all the country names and capitals along with their flags.

She used to draw sketches and writes articles. Her article on the ‘Solar System’ was applauded by the former President late Dr A P J Abdul Kalam.

Samhitha also had written on ‘Indian economy’ by suggesting various measures to develop Indian economy. It was appreciated by the former Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh.

She appeared for class 10 examination at the age of ten years and achieved a good GPA.

After finishing intermediate exams, she joined in the Electrical Electronics Engineering course. She became the youngest Indian to complete the course at the age of 16.

She achieved a CGPA of 9.5 in her engineering examination, and was awarded a Gold Medal and a merit certificate for her excellence in the final semester examination.

Now that she cracked the CAT exam, she wishes to pursue MBA in Finance in any of the reputed IIMs.

Samhitha’s father L N Kasibatta was working for Boeing in the USA. However, he quit his job and moved to India for his daughter’s education.

He added that that she has been getting applause for her excellent academics and extra-curricular activities since her childhood.

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