Umesh Chandra's High School, College and University Days

Intelligence and Hardwork => Top Honours.


Umesh Chandra set sights on a service-oriented career very early in his schooling. Even before he was a teenager, by the age of 11, he aimed to be Indian Civil Services officer. He decided not to pursue studies leading to the more lucrative fields of engineering or accounting as he was firm in his resolve to serve his state and country.

At this young age of 11, he used to read Indian epics and history books usually meant for people much older.

He graduated high school from Hyderabad Public School with top honours, securing gold medals in Statistics, Economics and Telugu. He also recognized the need for a diverse set of interests and took arts and painting classes. The following photograph shows Umesh Chandra receiving a gold medal from Late Sri. N. T. Rama Rao, the then Chief Minister of the state.

Umesh Chandra did his B.A in mathematics, economics and statistics from Nizam College, Osmania University. He graduated with top honours, receiving the University gold medal for being first in his group of subjects. The following photograph is from his B.A period.

Umesh Chandra did his M.A in economics from the Arts College, Osmania University. He again graduated with top honours, receiving gold medals in economics and mathematics and university gold medal for being first in the university. The following photograph shows Umesh Chandra with his family just before the convocation.

The following photograph shows Umesh Chandra with his classmates during the convocation.

The following photograph shows Umesh Chandra receiving the gold medals from the Sri. Krishna Kant, Governor of Andhra Pradesh.

Umesh Chandra and his family visit Agra during his trip to New Delhi for the Civil Services interview.

 


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