Lucknow: Welcoming Upgirl Sania Mirza for her selection to the National Defense Academy on Friday, Defense Minister Rajinath Singh said on Friday that the Indian Army has opportunities for young people of all castes and religions. Stated.
Speaking at the university’s convocation ceremony here, Singh said: “There was a time when women rarely served in the Armed Forces, but today women are deployed on warships and in extreme areas like Siachen,” the defense minister added.
Sania Mirza, the daughter of a television mechanic from Mirzapur, has passed the entrance exam for the National Defense Academy (NDA).
Sania Mirza, from Jasovar village under the jurisdiction of Mirzapur Dehat Kotwali police station, aspires to become a fighter pilot like Avni Chaturvedi, the country’s first female fighter pilot.
Sania, who studied in a Hindi secondary school, said that Hindi secondary school students can also achieve success if they are determined. On 27th December she attended her NDA Khadakwasla in Pune.
Sania’s schooling up to class 10 was completed in her village itself. She studied at Pandit Chintamani Dubey Inter College from Primary to Class 10. She then went on to Guru Nanak Girls Intercollegiate in the city. She is the District Head of the 12th Uttar State Pradesh (UP) Board and has started NDA preparations. (Ani)