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    April 25th, 2017adminLeaders
    Anusha G.

    Anusha G.

    For Anusha G., a probationary police sub-inspector (PSI) attached to Kuvempunagar station in Mysuru, the results of the gazetted probationary exam held by the Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) have brought cheer and bolstered her resolve to bring laurels to the Police Department.

    Ms. Anusha, a Taekwondo black belt holder, has been given the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) after she ranked 12th in the exam. She is ranked first among the DySP postings.

    “I could have opted for the post of Assistant Commissioner in the Revenue Department as my first choice, but I wanted to remain in the Police Department, a childhood dream. Therefore, DySP was my first choice and AC (Revenue) my second option. My training at the Karnataka Police Academy in Mysuru and subsequent posting as PSI only strengthened my resolve to continue to serve the department,” she told The Hindu.

    Ms. Anusha, a native of Bengaluru, said her parents and brother have backed her decision. Her father Ganesh K.S. works with the Union government, while her mother Kusuma is a homemaker.

    Incidentally, Ms. Anusha had come first in PSI examination as well. She joined the department in October last year.

    The young officer said senior IPS officer Sonia Narang was her role model. “I once interacted with her. She influenced me so much,” she said.

    A topper in academics since her school days, Ms. Anusha held the first rank and got eight gold medals on graduating from Bishop Cotton Women’s College. She did her Masters in Public Administration.

    Her priorities

    Women’s safety and empowerment are among her top priorities. “The new posting will encourage me to implement initiatives for the safety of women and children. I am also keen to spread awareness [on this],” she said.

    Ms. Anusha encouraged more women to be mentally strong and join the force. She was a silver medallist in Taekwondo at the Guwahati National Games in 2007, and always makes time to interact with students.

    Mysuru Police Commissioner A. Subramanyeshwara Rao congratulated Ms. Anusha on her success.

    source: http://www.thehindu.com / The Hindu / Home> News> States> Karnataka / by Shankar Bennur / Mysuru – April 25th, 2017

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