There are some people who will always inspire you to push your limits and to achieve your dreams.
She will be given wings by the Indian Navy in a ceremony on Monday so that she can officially join the naval operations and do India proud. During an interview with CNN she said,
It's a big responsibility for all of us and I know that I have to do well.
I was about 10 years old when some minister had come to meet people. I had gone with my grandfather to see him and I saw a man who was flying a helicopter. It was very inspiring for me. In my mind I thought that maybe some day I'll also fly something like this."
She completed her basic training in 2018 at the Indian Naval Academy after which, she was transferred to Kochi in Kerala where she trained hard with the Indian naval air squadron, the INAS 550.
She will now be tasked with flying Dornier aircraft, which are used by the navy for transport and maritime reconnaissance, taking off and landing on the shore, rather than from an aircraft carrier.
Before getting into the Indian Navy Institute Shivangi completed a mechanical engineering degree at the Sikkim Manipal University of Technology after which, she further studied at the Malaviya National Institute of Technology in Jaipur.
They had shown a presentation in which there were the various aspects of life in the navy, all those things, and that kind of motivated me.