|Ex Member of the Lok Sabha for Aurangabad (Bihar) (Lok Sabha constituency)|
|Succeeded by||Nikhil kumar|
26 November 1942 |
|As of 7 September, 2009
Shyama Singh (Hindi: श्यामा सिंह) (born 26 November 1942) is an Indian politician and a former Member of Parliament from the Aurangabad (Bihar) (Lok Sabha constituency) and is married to the former Governor of Nagaland and Kerala, Nikhil Kumar, who was also elected to the 14th Lok Sabha from the same constituency in Bihar.
She is daughter of Indian Civil Service officer Sir T. P. Singh who had also served as independent India's first finance secretary and her mother Madhuri Singh, has been a two-term member of Parliament from Purnea. She completed her school education from Patna. Thereafter, she graduated in History from Indraprastha College for Women. Her elder brother is former bureaucrat and Rajya Sabha MP N. K. Singh (A 1964 batch IAS officer of the Bihar cadre) who has served as India's Revenue Secretary and also Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister. Her younger brother Uday Singh currently represents the Purnea Lok Sabha constituency of Bihar.
First Lady of Nagaland
Her husband took the oath of office and secrecy as the Governor of Nagaland on 15 October 2009 and she became the first lady of Nagaland.She is an expert gardener,the grandeur of her garden at 28 Akbar Road, occupied by her family for some 30 years, was phenomenal.It invariably won awards at all Delhi’s flower shows.
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