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Meet Sania Mirza, India’s first Muslim woman to become a fighter pilot

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Sania Mirza lives in Jasovar, a small village near the Dehat Kotwali police station. She finished her primary and secondary education at Pandit Chintamani Dubey Inter College, a village inter college. Sania graduated from Guru Nanak Girls Inter College in Mirzapur as a district topper in the UP class 12th board. On April 10, she took the NDA exam 2022.

When you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it come true. We’re talking about Sania Mirza, who has realised a childhood dream. Sania Mirza, the daughter of a TV mechanic from Mirzapur, will become the Indian Air Force’s first Muslim female fighter pilot. She came in 149th place on the NDA exam.


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. Both her parents and the villagers are proud of her.

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 start. Sania is only the second girl in the country to be chosen as a fighter pilot.”

She 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. She began her training at Centurion Defense Academy.

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According to reports, Sania will join the NDA Khadakwasla in the Pune district of Maharashtra on December 27, 2022.
If all goes well, Sania Mirza will be the Indian Air Force’s first Muslim fighter (IAF).


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