Rohini Sindhuri Dasari is an Indian bureaucrat. She is an Indian Administrative Service officer of Karnataka cadre from the 2009 batch. Sindhuri secured the 43rd rank in the UPSC Civil Services Examination. She worked in various departments in her career as an IAS officer. In 2014, Rohini was posted as the CEO of Mandya Zilla Panchayat. She had launched a drive to provide individual toilets to 1.02 lakh households during 2014–15. Due to her action for cleanliness, she came into the limelight. Around 1 Lakh toilets were made in Mandya and it became No. 1 District in the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the state and 3rd in India. She successfully utilized the central government’s Rs. 65 crores fund for drinking water. More than 100 drinking water units were instituted across the city. After being pleased with Rohini’s work, the central government gave Rs. 6 crores extra for the same purpose. She also called upon farmers to adopt sustainable farming. Apart from it, she also took the matter of female foeticide in the city seriously. To combat the problems of female foeticide, she ran a program to educate parents against the practice.
As the CEO of Mandya Zilla Panchayat, she also launched an app for downloading property documents without running around the offices. Due to her performance in Swacch Bharat Abhiyan (SBA) in Mandya District, the Union Government selected her as one of the three resource persons to train District Collectors in New Delhi in 2015. Her batchmate, IAS D. K. Ravi fell in love and proposed to her for marriage, but she refused as she was already married. After getting fallen apart, he committed suicide on 16 March 2015.
In 2017, when Rohini was posted as a District Collector Hassan District, the District was in the 31st place in the SSLC (Secondary School Leaving Certificate) results. After two years in 2019, the District stood first. This all happened due to Rohini’s importance to reform the education system. She also took on the Sand mafia, which was very prevalent in Hassan. She conducted raids and took strict actions against culprits. In 2018, she was transferred from Hassan District just after seven months of service as a Hassan DC. The transfer was due to pressure from the local politicians. However, she approached the High Court against the transfer. Later, the Chief Minister, H D Kumaraswamy re-appointed her as the Hassan DC. On 1 January 2019, Rohini launched Spandana Online Portal, an online grievance redressal system. With the help of this system, anyone can submit their grievances online easily due to which it becomes easy to assess the problems on priority and the administration can take necessary measures. She is fluent in several languages, including Kannada, Telugu, Hindi, and English. Rohini received 55.78% marks in her UPSC exam.
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