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Sania Mirza set to become India’s first Muslim woman fighter pilot

Sania Mirza set to become India’s first Muslim woman fighter pilot

A young Muslim woman from a humble background has scripted history.

Sania Mirza from Uttar Pradesh, who happens to be a daughter of a TV mechanic, is all set to become India’s first Muslim girl fighter pilot in the Indian Air Force.

Braving odds, she has secured 149th rank in the NDA exam and her family is elated over her success. Sania has also become a role model for the girls of her village. She had also remained the district topper in the UP class 12th board exam.

Sania Mirza is a resident of Jasovar, a small village in the Dehat Kotwali police station area. She completed her education from primary to 10th at Pandit Chintamani Dubey Inter College, Inter College from the village. Sania has passed the 12th exam from Guru Nanak Girls Inter College in Mirzapur and became a district topper in the UP class 12th board. On April 10, she appeared for the NDA exam 2022.

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In the National Defense Academy 2022 examination, there were a total of 400 seats including male and female. In which there were 19 seats for women, and two seats were reserved for fighter pilots.

Sania Mirza gives the credit for success to her parents as well as to the Centurion Defense Academy.

“I could not grab a seat in the first attempt but I have found a place in my second attempt,” she added.

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