31-year-old Guntur professor gracefully pens her own destiny
Sushmitha, a native of Guntur is a professor at the civil engineering department in Hindu College of Engineering and Technology.
GUNTUR: There is a popular saying, “Handwriting determines your dream, and however beautiful your dream is, so is your handwriting.”
Believing the same, 31-year-old Professor Sushmita Chowdary, has been excelling in various formats of handwriting throughout her life.
She has now come first in an Andhra Pradesh-wide competition conducted by All India Handwriting and Calligraphy Academy and will receive an award from Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan in New Delhi.
Sushmitha, a native of Guntur, is a professor at the civil engineering department in the Hindu College of Engineering and Technology. Sushmitha was fascinated with various formats of handwriting and calligraphy from her childhood.
“My headmaster instilled an interest of learning various formats of handwriting in me. Learning a new format was always therapeutic for me just like painting or music. So, I learned calligraphy, looped cursive, Italian cursive, and times roman, and excelled in them,” she said.
The competition, aimed at spreading the importance of good handwriting, was conducted by All India Handwriting and Calligraphy Academy.
It involved over 5,000 students and teachers across Andhra Pradesh.
Sushmitha completed her task within a record time of sixty minutes and stood first.
Sushmitha Chowdary said there are over 5,000 personality traits that can be linked to a person’s handwriting. "Understanding pupils’ handwriting could help them understand their learning style and how they process information during lessons,” she pointed out.