IIT official vows to make education and employment a priority – Times of India

Hyderabad: While others of her age are busy shaping their corporate careers, Usha Dasari, the BSP candidate from Peddapalli, is entering politics in small steps. She may be the only IIT activist in the fray when Telangana goes to the polls. IIT-Kharagpur graduate Usha will face BRS Dasari candidate Manohar Reddy and Chintakunta Vijaya Ramana Rao of the Congress in her debut. So what can make it stand out from the rest? She focused on skill development, especially for women, as well as providing employment opportunities, the 27-year-old said. Its plan includes setting up food processing units in Peddapalli and turning it into a tourist destination.

“I watched my parents fall at the feet of others, even though they had done nothing wrong to keep our business afloat. They provided us with an education so that we could stand on our own two feet. I want to do the same for the people of Pedapalli so that they don’t have to rely on others for anything,” Usha told TOI, saying how soon after completing her studies, she initially went to New Delhi to prepare for the UPSC exam but came back to her hometown during the pandemic cities. “Be it during my engineering studies, internships or while preparing for the civil exam, I always felt that this was not what I wanted to do. I wanted to serve society and thought I could work as a public servant for a few years and then resign. That’s when I came to know that RS Praveen Kumar had resigned and joined the BSP. I wanted to follow in his footsteps,” she added. Usha, who runs an NGO, said many people in Peddapalli are dropping out of studies. “When I interact with children, they all want to become doctors and engineers, but by the time they graduate, they are discouraged when they see young people around them taking up manual labor. This needs to change,” she added.
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