Ratna Prabha is a former Chief Secretary of Karnataka. She was the third woman chief secretary of Karnataka. She is also a retired IAS officer. After retirement from IAS, she joined the political party BJP in 2019. She served as an IAS officer for 37 years. She was a 1981 batch IAS officer and she served as a collector in many different districts in Karnataka.



NameK Ratna Prabha
NicknameRatna
Date Of BirthNot known
AgeNot known
FatherK. Chandrayya
MotherNot known
BrotherPradeep Chandra
HusbandVidya Sagar
SchoolNot known
CollegeNot known
Educational QualificationGraduate
ProfessionIAS
IPS Batch1981
NationalityIndian

Early Life

According to information available on her official site, she always received good support from her parents. With the support of their parents, she achieved all of her dreams. After completing school and college she started preparing for the Civil service examination and she got the result of her hard work. She became an IAS officer on the 1981 batch of Karnataka. Her brother’s name is Pradeep Chandra and her father’s name is K. Chandrayya. Her brother had also served as AP cadre IAS officers.

Career

In 1981 she became an IAS officer after doing hard work. She served as a collector in many districts in Karnataka. She served 37 years as an IAS officer. In 2018 she retired from IAS. After retirement from IAS, she joined political party BJP in 2019. Apart from the collector, she was also a chief Secretary of Karnataka. She was the third woman Chief Secretary of Karnataka.

After joining BJP, recently(in 2021) BJP announced that candidate for the by-election to the Tirupati parliamentary constituency. This is her first journey with BJP. The reason BJP choose her because she has good experience of working in many different fields.

Awards

• Award for Excellence in Administration in 2006 – by Delhi Telugu academy
• Award for Excellence in Administration in 2007 – by Delhi Telugu academy
• Ugadi Puruskaram in 2002 – Madras Telugu academy
• Partners in progress in 2001 – by Hyderabad software exports Association.
• Govt. Award for Devadasi System Eradication in 1992 – by the government of Karnataka.
• Best manager of the year in 1998 – by Rotary Club
• Vishweshwaraiah Memorial Trust Award in 1996 – by Vishweshwaraiah Memorial Trust
• Woman of the year in 1999 – by American Biographical Institute, INC. USA.
• Woman of the year in 2000 – by American Biographical Institute, INC. USA.
• Ugadi Puriskaram in 2001 – by Vedic seva trust, Visakhapatnam.
• Award for best state for supporting woman enterpreneurship in 2017 – by WEconnect International, D.C.

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