Superwomen of India who make the country proud for their achievements and contribution| Learn with steem|Club75
How are you all? I hope you all are fine and enjoying your Sunday with your friends and family.
I always believe that it is not our gender but our achievements that decide our capabilities and success.
Today being an Indian woman, I decided to introduce some women of India who are not only women;
but they are superwomen because of their contribution and achievements.
Though the list is endless;
but today, I would mention a few among them from several sectors.
Many of you know about those women who belong to historic times, but today I am here to share about those women of India who are the pillars of modern India.
5.Dr Latika Nath.
Though I selected only a few women;
but the list is endless. Now let me elaborate on their contribution and why they are known as superwomen.
1.Gita Gopinath:- A Harvard economist and the first Indian woman;
who accepts the position of Chief Economist at IMF(International Monetary Fund).
She belongs to Kerala(South India). She became the co-director of the International Finance and Macroeconomics program at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
She is the second Indian after Amartya Sen;
who gets a permanent membership in Harvard Economics Department. Gita Gopinath's estimated salary is $1,74,368 at IMF.
2.Kalpana Chawla:- A Haryana girl and the first Indian woman;
who went to space. A Haryana girl chasing her dreams went to America;
at the age of 20 and acquired a Master of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering two years later.
She is a true example of determination, resilience, and an affidavit;
that teaches us no dream is unachievable if we are determined to chase it.
3.Tessy Thomas:- She is known as the “Missile Woman of India", now she is the Director-General, Aeronautical Systems of Defence Research and Development Organisation(DRDO).
She is the first woman who led the Indian missile project; and successfully launched the Agni-IV missile project.
4.Kiran Majumdar:- A businesswoman who started her venture- Biocon India, in 1978. She is the wealthiest and most self-made woman billionaire in India.
She is the Chairperson and Managing Director of Biocon Limited;
And also the Board of Governors of the Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad(India).
5.Dr. Latika Nath:- Also known as India's Tiger princess;
and wildlife conservationist.
She worked as a director of AIIMS. She wrote her thesis on tigers and was the first woman to enter a male overpowered domain. She claims herself as an animal communicator.
6.Hima Das:- Belong from Assam(India), a daughter of a farmer. Now she has another identity;
and that is she is the first Indian athlete (sprint runner) to win gold at the IAAF World Under-20 Athletics Championship in 2018.
Some of the lists of her achievements prove that;
no matter where you were born and where you come from, your identity depends on what you achieved before death.
1.Won 200m gold (23.65 seconds):- On July 2, Poznan.
2.Won 200m gold (23.97 seconds):-On July 7, Kunto.
3.Won 200m gold (23.43 seconds):- On July 13, Kladno.
4.Won 200m gold (23.25 seconds):- On July 17, Tabor.
5.Won 400m gold (52.09 seconds):- On July 20, Prague.
That is just 20 days after the achievement of Hima Das in 2019. She won 5 gold medals.
7.Avani Chaturvedi:- A 28-year-old female known as the sky warrior; because of her highest take-off and landing speed in the world(340kmph).
She is an Indian air force officer and the first Indian woman fighter pilot who flew solo (MiG-21 Bison).
Today is not a women's day, but I believe that;
Every day we should praise those who make us proud and give us a kick to think about why we should dream big.
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