Sania Mirza, becoming the country’s first Muslim woman and the State’s first IAF pilot. She is a daughter of a TV mechanic from Mirzapur. She has chosen to join the Indian Air Force as a fighter pilot.
Sania Mirza lives in Jasovar village, which falls under the authority of the Mirzapur Dehat Kotwali police station. She was hired after passing the NDA exam. She has brought honour to not only the district, but also the country.
Sania, who attended a Hindi medium school, believes that if students are determined, they can achieve success as well. She will join NDA Khadakwasla in Pune on December 27.
Shahid Ali, Sania’s father, stated, Sania Mirza looks up to Avni Chaturvedi, the country’s first fighter pilot. She aspired to be like her from the beginning. Sania is only the second girl in the country to be chosen as a fighter pilot.
Both her parents and the villagers are proud of her.
Sania attended Pandit Chintamani Dubey Inter College in the village from primary school to Class ten. She then attended Guru Nanak Girls Inter College in the city. In the 12th UP Board, she was the district champion.
Sania began her training at Centurion Defense Academy. She attributes her success to both her parents and the Centurion Defense Academy.
She stated that only two seats in fighter pilot were reserved for women in the National Defense Academy 2022 exam. I was unable to obtain a seat on my first attempt, but I was successful on my second.
Tabassum Mirza words
Tabassum Mirza, Sania’s mother, stated, Our daughter has made us and the rest of the community proud. She realises her ambition of becoming the first fighter pilot. She encouraged every girl in the village to pursue her dreams.
There were 400 seats available in the National Defense Academy 2022 examination, which included both male and female candidates. There were 19 seats reserved for women and two seats reserved for fighter pilots. Sania was able to secure a seat in these two seats due to her talent.
NDTV News Feed tweet:
UP girl clears NDA, Set to become India’s 1st Muslim Woman Fighter Pilot
— NDTV News feed (@ndtvfeed) December 23, 2022