A piece of proud news is coming into the headlines that a Jharkhand girl whose name is Akansha Kumari has become the first-ever woman engineer for Underground mines in India. It is one of the good news in today’s headlines on which the whole country is feeling proud. Akasha has set an example for the whole woman empowerment. Along with the country, she also brought laurels to his parents. Since the news has come out in the media, several people rush to social media and wished her for her success and set an example for everyone. In this article, our viewers will come to know more about Akansha Kumari.

First Woman Mining Engineer

Who is Akansha Kumari?

On Tuesday, a tweet was shared by Central Coalfields Limited which revealed that the Jharkhand girl, Akansha Kumari has become the first-ever female mining engineer who is working in the underground coal mines. CCL is a subsidiary of Coal India, they tweeted, “A graduate of BIT Sindri, Ms. Kumari broke the gender barriers by joining Churi UG mine, NK Area. She became the 1st women mining engineer in the history of CIL to work in underground mines.” As soon as the news went viral on social media, everyone has started wishing her for her success by posting her pictures on social media. Several people have also started searching for her online.

First Woman Mining Engineer

First Woman Mining Engineer

Akansha Kumari has created history in all these years of Coal India’s history by joining CCL in the North Karanpura area of Jharkhand at Churi underground mines. The netizens have appreciated the achievement of Akansha by calling her an example of woman empowerment and a source of inspiration. Union Minister of Coal, Mines, and Parliamentary Affairs, Pralhad Joshi also appreciated Akansha for her success stating that it is a part of progressive governance that encouraged gender equality and helped to produce more opportunities.

Akansha Kumari is the first female mining engineer who is now serving in the underground coal mines, while she is only the second mining engineer in the CIL (Coal India Limited). Akansha hails from Barkagaon in Hazaribagh. She completed her schooling at Navodaya Vidyalaya. Since her childhood, she was interested in mines because she belongs to the mining belt and coal mining activities due to which she decided to study mining engineering at Birsa Institute of Technology. In an interview, Ms. Kumari said that her family supported her in her whole journey because of which she could be able to complete her dreams. Stay tuned with us to catch all the latest updates.

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