Rohini Sindhuri (IAS)

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Template:Infobox civil servant Rohini Sindhuri Dasari (30 May, 1984), popularly known as Rohini Sindhuri(Kannada: ರೋಹಿಣಿ ಸಿಂಧೂರಿ)(Telugu: రోహిణి సింధూరి) is an Indian civil servant. She is an Indian Administrative Service officer of Karnataka cadre, from the 2009 batch.[1] Rohini Sindhuri has got 43rd rank in the UPSC exam.[2] She has been working in various departments in her career as an IAS ofiicer.

Early life

Rohini was born on 30 May, 1984 in Andhra Pradesh, a southern state of India. She studied B. Tech., Chemical engineering. She has been selected as an IAS officer of the 2009 batch. Rohini married to Sudhir, a Software Engineer from [Andhra Pradesh] and they have a son. She is fluent in several languages, including Telugu (her mother tongue), Kannada, Hindi and English.


Rohini's first posting as a civil servant was as the assistant commissioner in Tumkur from 29 August 2011 to 31 August 2012. In the same period she was incharge Commissioner of the urban development department of Tumkur and continued in the post till 31 December 2012.As commissioner she had computerised tax collection at source, was able to take possession of 42 acres of corporation land at Ajjagondanahalli village which was pending since 2006, auctioned shops of the corporation which were lying vacant, generating revenue worth 10crore for the corporation , was instrumental in removal of encroachments on Horpete road, J.C.road and kyathsandra main roads. She is fondly remembered by Tumkur people for removing encroachments on M.G.Road and completing the road work in the busiest road of the district.

She has then worked as the Director of Rural Development & Panchayat Raj Department, Self Employment Project(SEP), Bangalore from 10 August 2013 to 31 May 2014. The next she posted as the Chief Executive officer of the Mandya Zilla Panchayat where she worked for more than one year.

As Chief Executive Officer of Mandya ZP

On 31 May 2014, Rohini posted as the CEO of Mandya ZP . Rohini launched a drive to provide individual toilets to 1.02 lakh households during 2014–15. And, since July last, it had constructed 1,00,000 individual toilets across the district which made the district No. 1 in the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the state and 3rd in India.[3][4] Rohini successfully utilised the Central government's grant of 65 crore for drinking water and by using this grant, Rohini and her team instituted 100 pure drinking water units across the district. Union government recognized this and provided 6 crore extra for the same purpose. As Mandya is an agricultural district growing mainly sugarcane and paddy, she started the program of identifying 100 farmers and educating them on Integrated farming practices and providing bank linkage to them to encourage sustainable farming practices.[5][6] She also took a serious view of female foeticide in the district and organised the health department and ASHA workers in reporting such incidents and educating parents against this practice.[7][8] In a first of its kind project in the State, as CEO of Mandya Zilla Panchayat she had launched a mobile app for downloading property documents which would help many people to get their property documents without running around offices[9][10]

  • Munjaane programme:

She used to meet villagers early morning to promote to have individual toilets. This programme called Munjaane and it received good response and well appreciated.[11][12][13]

Recognized by the central government

Rohini's performance in implementing the Swacch Bharat Abhiyan(SBA) in Mandya District, got recognized in the country and she selected by the Union Government as one of the three resource persons to train DCs in New Delhi in 2015.[14]

Present in KFCSC

Presently Rohini is serving as the Managing Director of Karnataka Food & Civil Supplies Corporation Limited (KFCSC), Bengaluru, since from 16 September 2015.