Mohana Singh, who is among the first three women fighter pilots commissioned by the Indian Air Force on Saturday, completed her graduation in Amritsar.
The Global Institute of Management and Emerging Technologies, Amritsar, on Saturday applauded the distinguished alumna for inspiring hundreds of young women in the nation “to aim high, work diligently and achieve glory”.
Mohana, who hails from Jhunjhunu district in Rajasthan, pursued BTech in electronics and communication engineering at the institute and graduated with 83.7% marks in 2013. She joined the institute while her father, Pratap Singh, was posted here.
Institute chairman BS Chandi also congratulated other two commissioned women fighter pilots: Avani Chaturvedi of Madhya Pradesh and Bhawana Kanth of Bihar. In a special note felicitating Mohana, the institute has written: “Mohana, you are now a distinguished fighter pilot of the country and your story inspires many. You are a woman of substance, who has shown by action that anything and everything is possible, especially for a determined woman... We feel that you are our ‘Kalpana Chawla’...”