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While many candidates in their 20’s tried several times to crack the most the highly competitive Common Admission Test (CAT), 17-years-old, Samhitha Kasi Bhatta becomes the youngest one who not only passed the exam but scored 95.95 percentile in her very first attempt. This is highly surprising for all of the candidates!
Speaking with ANI, Samhitha said that her marks will help to get into one of the IIMs (Indian Institute of Management) in the country. “I am hoping to do MBA in Finance from a reputed B-school,” Samhitha said.
She is the girl who started to write articles and make drawings at the age of 5 and also garnered a lot of appreciations from late President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam at the age of five for writing an article on the solar system.
Samhitha has also met the former Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh when she wrote an article on the Indian economy suggesting a few measures to improve the economy of the country.
Proud father, L N Kasi Bhatta by her achievements said, “We are expecting calls from IIMs for her profile to pursue MBA in finance. She has been performing and getting appreciations for her academics and other curricular activities from the age of 3 that boosted her to achieve her goals at a very young age.”
Samhitha has many records at such an age including the first Indian to achieve 8-grade points in 10th standard, with perfect 10-grade points in Mathematics and Science, youngest Indian to finish 12th standard at the age of 12 securing 88.6 percent in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry (MPC) stream.
She is also the youngest Indian to complete Electrical Electronics Engineering (EEE) in the standard of the 10+2+4 pattern at the age of 16, securing 8.85 Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) and was the topper in the final semester with 9.5 CGPA for which she was awarded a merit certificate and gold medal winner.