"Two students were to be selected from every state and union territory and I am the one among the two from Rajasthan. This is a proud moment for me", she added.
"Before appearing for this exam, I prepared myself by reading a lot about ISRO, space, Chadrayaan-1, Chandrayaan-2, from the Internet and this helped me a lot," Sharma said.
Sixty students have been selected from all over the country who, after having won a space quiz, will get an opportunity to watch the landing of Chandrayaan-2 on the surface of the moon along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Garima along with the other 59 children will be watching the landing on September 7 at 0155 am at Indian Space Research Centre headquarters in Bengaluru.