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FULL NAME: Sunyasakta Satapathy
GENDER: Female
BORN: April 23, 1998 as claimed by her parents. But according to State Sports Department, Sunyasakta was born on April 19, 1998.
FAMILY: Father (Ayodhyakanta Satpathy), Mother (Prativa Sathpathy) and elder brother.
HOME ADDRESS:
At- Nuagaon, PO- Jatni, Dist- Khurdha-752050, Odisha, India.
ACADEMIC EDUCATION: Student of SAI International School, Bhubaneswar. Now studying Medical in Kyev, Ukraine.
CAREER SPAN: Playing competitive chess since 2006.
FIDE RATING: 1911 by February 2011.

MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:

STATE:

*     Finished runner-up in the Odisha State Senior Open Online Chess Championship on 20 July, 2021.
*     Finished runner-up in the girls category of State Under-19 Chess Championship at Srusti Academy of Management in Bhubaneswar on April 5, 2015.
*     Won the title in the girls` category of the State Junior (Under-19) Chess Championship at Bhubaneswar on April 15, 2014.
*     Won the title in the girls category of the State Under-17 Chess Championships at Bhubaneswar on April 6, 2013.
*     Finished runner-up in the girls category of the State Sub-junior (U-15) Chess Championship at Bhubaneswar on April 3, 2013.
*    Finished girls’ runner-up in the State Sub-junior (U-15) Championship at Balasore on Oct 20, 2009.


NATIONAL:
*    Finished fifth in the 22nd National Under-17 Girls Chess Championship at Puducherry on July 26, 2011.


INTERNATIONAL:
*     Finished fourth in under-12 girls category of the World Youth Chess Championship at Halkidiki in Greece on October 30, 2010.
*     Won a gold medal in u-12 girls category of the Parsavnath Commonwealth Chess Championship at New Delhi on May 18, 2010.
*     Retained the title in the Asian School Chess Championship in Srilanka in 2009.
*     Finished runner-up in the Commonwealth Chess Championship in Singapore in 2009.
*     Won the bronze medal in u-10 girls category of the Commonwealth Championship at Nagpur from Sept 28 to Oct 6, 2008.
*     Represented India
(bagged gold medal ?) in the World Youth Chess Championships, held at Vung Tau in Vietnam from October 19 to 31, 2008.
*     Bagged gold medal in Asian School Chess Championship in Sri Lanka in 2008.


OTHER IMPORTANT DATA:
*     Brought allegations of victimisation against AICF secretary Bharat Singh Chauhan and his predecessor D V Sundar on Dec 21, 2011, a day after she was disqualified from the 7th Asian School Chess Championship at New Delhi on the ground of over-age.
*     The State Government on June 18, 2014 sanctioned a monetary incentive of Rs 1,55,000 for her international achievements during the period September 2008 to May 2010.

PROFILE FIRST UPLOADED: 2 January, 2011
PROFILE LAST UPDATED: 21 July, 2021


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