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Patna10 minutes agoAuthor: Anjani Kumar
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Shivangi Swaroop, who hails from Muzaffarpur in Bihar, is the first woman to become a pilot in the Indian Navy. Although there are more than 400 women naval and officers in the Indian Navy, but all are in administrative, academic, communication and educational services. Shivangi is the first woman to become a pilot after joining the Navy. In December 2019, he joined the operational duty at the Kochi Naval Base. Currently, Dronier will fly surveillance aircraft. This aircraft is sent on short-range maritime missions.
Selected in Navy through SSB
Shivangi passed the CBSE 10th exam from DAV Public School in the year 2010 with 10 CGPA. Of engineering after finishing 12th from Science stream. M.Tech. I also enrolled in Then she was selected as a lieutenant in the Navy through SSB examination. After nearly a year and a half training, she was selected for the first female pilot in the Navy.
Had to be a pilot, didn’t think to make history
Shivangi says that since childhood there was a desire to fly the plane. I was often told by family members that I aspire to become a pilot. However, it was not thought that doing so would make any history. She says- “I came into the navy while searching for an opportunity. Finally here I got a chance to become a pilot. ” Shivangi is an example for girls in Bihar, but she says that it is necessary to extricate herself from the boy-girl gap. Each one has his own potential and whoever will refine his potential with talent and move towards the goal with time management, he has to achieve it.