Her honors incorporate Mountbatten prize for the best paper from the Institute of Electrical and Radio Engineering, UK, the J C Bose Memorial prize for the best exploration paper from the Institution of Engineers. First lady employee at IISc, she resigned as a Professor in . Had some expertise in the field of microwave designing and radio wires designing.
A portion from “Fortunate to be the place where I am”:
“I was brought into the world in a moderate, receptive family, not maybe already spoiled out of my mind, however clearly with a book close by! My family, an enormous broadened one as was normal back then, were all genuinely all around read, even the young ladies, and were urged to partake in any action we picked. My grandma, Kamalamma Dasappa, was one of the absolute first ladies graduates in the recent Mysore State, and was extremely dynamic in the field of ladies’ schooling, particularly those of widows and abandoned spouses. To help the reason for young ladies’ schooling, she started the setting up of a sped up school prospectus, which allowed understudies to complete their registration by the age of 14 or somewhere in the vicinity. This was done in the “Uncommon English School” run by the “Mahila Seva Samaja”, and a portion of my cousins and I went through this course”