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Women's Achievement in Indian Railway

  S.Satyavathi, Matrubhoomi   -  MMTS Ladies Special Driver

This year's women day was special for Satyavathi as she successfully driven the Matrubhoomi MMTS Ladies Special Driver for becoming the first Locomotive pilot (Driver) on March 8. It was not the first for dealing the train steering. She previously drove many goods trains in South Central Railways. She has the confident of even driving Super-fast expresses. She has the dream of driving a train since  childhood, hence successfully achieved her dream and aim by overtaking many problems.  Satyavathi has born in Guntur of Andhrapradesh state. She has done
diploma in electronics and communication and joined as Assistant Loco-pilot in Railways in 1999. She driven goods trains at the initial stages of her career and successfully completed the trails of Suburban and MMTS trains within short period. By the January 19 of 2012 after successfully completing the training of MMTS she converted as full-time Loco-pilot in South Central Railway.

Surekha Yadav, first lady to drive the Suburban train on Central Railway

Asia’s first motorwoman-Surekha Yadav has special place in the 2012 International Women year. 32 years old Surekha Yadav has known as the first locomotive women driver who has driven the Suburban train. She has achieved that hon-our by driving local train from Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminalto Dombivilli in Mumbai.  Surekha's husband has first recognised her aim and encouraged her in every stage.. She has two children with name Ajikya and Ajitesh. Speaking about her family co-operation" I attend my duties as train driver and attend my family duties and necessities. When I was away from home my husband and kids carefully handles all matters. Never disturbs me their co-operation is precious, am lucky in this regard. 'Surekha Yadav has started her career in the year 1986 as assistant driver and later she has driven goods train.

 Priti Kumari, first motorwoman on Western Railway
she will also be the first woman in the history of Indian Railways to be given direct entry to the post  MUMBAI: Priti Kumari is excited these days. The 33-year-old from Bihar is slated to become the first motorwoman on Western Railway in a few months;  she will also be the first woman in the history of Indian Railways to be given direct entry to the post, making her slightly different from Asia’s first motorwoman-Surekha Yadav of Central Railway-who had to work her way up from the post of assistant loco pilot.

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