The Indian Railways is one of the largest railway networks in the world, with more than 23 million passengers and 1.3 million tonnes of freight transported daily. It is the backbone of the country’s transport infrastructure, providing an efficient and reliable means of transportation. In recent years, the Indian Railways has made history by appointing its first female locopilot, Anuradha Gupta.
First Female Locopilot of Indian Railways
Anuradha Gupta, a resident of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, is the first female locopilot of the Indian Railways. She was appointed in 2020, after completing her training at the Central Railways Training Institute in Nagpur. She is the first woman to be appointed as a locopilot in the history of the Indian Railways.
Gupta began her career as a medical officer in the Madhya Pradesh government. She later joined the Indian Railways and completed her training in 2019. She was then appointed as a locopilot in 2020.
Making History in India
With her appointment, Anuradha Gupta has made history in India. She is the first woman in the country to be appointed as a locopilot in the Indian Railways. She is a role model for other women in the country, showing them that anything is possible with hard work and dedication.
Gupta has been lauded for her achievement and is an inspiration to other women in the country. She has encouraged more women to pursue their dreams and join the Indian Railways.
Anuradha Gupta is the first female locopilot of the Indian Railways, making history in the country. She is a role model for other women, inspiring them to pursue their dreams and join the Indian Railways. Her appointment has opened the door for more women to join the railway network and make history.