India's First Female Machinist Entered the Records Book: President Pranab Mukherjee gave a plaque to Mumtaz Kazaz, India's first female mechanic to enter the records book.
Mumtaz Excavation (46), the first female machinist of Indian railways, has been driving the train since 1991.
Mumtaz Excavation, which managed to enter India's record book, became a childhood dream.
When he was a child, his father's machinist friends told him that they told him about their experiences of riding a train when they came home, and that he was very impressed with the stories told.
CHILDHOOD DREAM WAS TO BE A MACHINIST
The story of being a machinist is quite interesting, and in 1991, Kazi applied to become a machinist after seeing the procurement notice of Indian railways.
During the application, Kaz was told that being a mechanic is a difficult profession for women. Expressing that he wanted to realize his childhood dream, he entered the Indian Railways.
Kazı started to work as an assistant engineer in diesel locomotives and started to train commuter trains in 14.
He loves mechanics but complains about working hours and not having a fixed holiday.
Azı It's hard to drive commuter trains on lines where train traffic is very frequent, K he said. The trains run at 3 minute intervals, and a train's delays can affect all train traffic, so be careful. ”
PLAQUE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF INDIA
Having succeeded in entering India's book of records (Limca Recordings Book), Kazı stated that she was very happy with the plaque she received from the President of India Pranab Mukherjee on Women's Day.