Amrapali Kata (IAS Officer) Age, Husband, Family, Biography & More
Bio/Wiki Name EarnedYoung Dynamic Officer ProfessionCivil Servant Famous ForBeing the first woman IAS officer to be appointed as the District Collector of Warangal Urban District. Civil Service Batch2010 CadreTelangana Major Designation(s)• Sub-collector of Vikarabad, Telangana (2013) • Director of the Women and Child Welfare Department (2014) • Joint Collector of Ranga Reddy District, Telangana (2015) • DC of Warangal Urban District, Telangana (2016) Personal Life Date of Birth4 November 1982 (Thursday) Age (as in 2019) 37 Years BirthplaceVisakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India Zodiac signScorpio NationalityIndian HometownPrakasam, Andhra Pradesh, India SchoolSai Satya Mandir School, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, India College/University• Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, India (B.Tech) • Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India (MBA) Educational QualificationMBA ControversyDuring the Republic Day Speech in 2018, she drew flak for laughing. She fumbled for some Telugu words and laughed twice. She was criticised heavily for laughing in an official event. The News Minute Relationships & More Marital StatusMarried Marriage Date18 February 2018 (Sunday) Family Husband/SpouseSameer Sharma (IPS Officer)
Some Lesser Known Facts About Amrapali Kata
After receiving her MBA from IIM, she joined a Business bank, ‘ABN AMRO.’
She secured 39th rank in her UPSC exam in 2010. She was also one of the youngest candidates to crack the exam.
Her brother-in-law is also an IAS officer.
Kata has also been a private secretary to the Union Minister of State for Home, G. Kishan Reddy.
For years, she has constantly been working against inadequate sanitation, poor hygiene, unsafe water, etc. To spread awareness, she also distributed the books titled “Economics of Sanitation.”
Amrapali Kata releasing ‘Economics of Sanitation’
A group of her fans, admirers installed an idol of her in Warangal. In the idol, she is holding the lord Ganesha in her lap.
Statue of Amrapali Kata
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1. ↑ The News Minute