Malavath Purna 13 year old Purna becomes youngest girl to scale Everest who is Malavath Purna malavath purna biography

13-year-old Purna becomes youngest girl to scale Everest


Malavath Purna, a 13-year-old tribal student from Nizamabad district in Andhra Pradesh, created history on Sunday by becoming the youngest girl in the world to scale the Mount Everest.

She pitched the Indian flag at 6.00am and was closely followed by Sadanapalli Anand, a 17-year-old student from Khammam district.

This is the first time that two poor tribal students from remote areas of Andhra Pradesh braved one of the world's most unfriendly terrains. Anand and Purna are both students of Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential Schools (APSWRS).

Celebrations erupted in Nizamabad and Khammam districts following their achievement.

Purna and Anand were handpicked for the expedition by APSWRS. The society took up the programme to encourage young tribal students from backward and inaccessible areas. Purna is a student of class IX in Thadwai APSWRS. Her parents are daily wage workers. Extremely good in studies and extracurricular activities, she grabbed the opportunity by undergoing a four-stage screening test.

Last year, APSWRS authorities picked up two students from each of 299 residential schools across the state and selected 108 talented students after a training course held in Bhongir of Nalgonda district. In the screening test only 20 students were shortlisted. They were trained at Darjeeling Himalayan Mountaineering Institute between October 26 and November 16.

During the training programme, Purna got 'A' grade by climbing Kanchenjunga and she was finally selected for the Everest. She along with Anand began the hike on April 4 from Kathmandu.

"We are happy that our girl has set the world record. We know she will go places. She is not only bright in academics, but also in adventure," Purna's parents told TOI. Her brother Naresh said he too would conquer the Everest one day.

Tribal residential schools society secretary RN Praveen Kumar said the students had proved that given the opportunity and training, students from poor and backward families too can excel in their lives.

Malavath Purna Biography


Name: Malavath Purna
Age: 13 years, 11 months and was born on 10th of June in 2000.
Mother: Mrs. Laxmi
Father: Mr. Devidas
Brother: Naresh
Birth Place, Village: Kaliveri village, Nizamabad district, Andhra Pradesh
Achievement: Youngest woman in the world to scale highest Everest peak on 25th of May 2014, Sunday at 6 am.
Education: Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential School
Mountaineering Institute in Darjeeling
Malavath Purna (b.2000), on 25th May 2014 scaled the highest peak of Mount Everest and, aged 13, became the youngest woman to have reached Everest peak. She was born at Kaliveri village, Nizamabad district of Andhra Pradesh state of India on 10 June, 2000.

Purna is a student of class IX in Thadwai [Andra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential Schools]. Her parents are daily wageworkers. Extremely good in studies and extracurricular activities, she grabbed the opportunity by undergoing a four-stage screening test.

Last year, APSWRS authorities picked up two students from each of 299 residential schools across the state and selected 108 talented students after a training course held in Bhongir of Nalgonda district. In the screening test only 20 students were shortlisted. They were trained at Darjeeling Himalayan Mountaineering Institute between October 26 and November 16.

During the training programme, Purna got ‘A’ grade by climbing Kanchenjunga and she was finally selected for the Everest . She along with Anand began the hike on April 4 from Kathmandu.

Malavath Purna is a most courageous Indian girl living in the Kaliveri village and Nizamabad district of the Andhra Pradesh state of India. She was born on 10th of June in the year 2000 at Kaliveri village, Nizamabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Her mother name is Mrs. Laxmi and father name is Mr. Devidas. Her parents are agricultural labourer in the Kaliveri village of Nizamabad.

She is just a 13 years and 11 months old Indian woman who has made a highest record in the world in the field of mountaineering and become a proud girl for India. She is a very brave girl of high endurance from the Andhra Pradesh. She has become a mark of courage and an ideal girl for all the Indian women to go ahead and win in any field of interest.

Success has come on her way after her hard and courageous efforts and dedication to her interested profession. Her brother, Naresh, too has said that he would become a successful mountaineer a day and summit to the Everest peak.
Education
She got her earlier education and continuing her 9th standard from one the school in Andhra Pradesh called “Andhra Pradesh Social Welfare Residential School” and got training as a best mountaineer from the “Mountaineering Institute in Darjeeling”. One of her colleague (Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar, 17 years old) from the Khammam district, Andhra Pradesh from the same school has also participated with her in the Everest climbing.
Achievement
Both of the students (Malavath Purna and Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar) were selected as a best student after the competition among approximately 150 students from field of adventure sports. From where, around 20 students got selected for the training at “prestigious mountaineering Institute in Darjeeling” however, only 9 students were sent to expedition for the “Indo-China border”. Finally, Malavath Purna and Sadhanapalli Anand Kumar got selected for the Everest mountaineering in the month April.
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