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Meet Harshita Patel, the first woman Deputy Station Superintendent in Mumbai's Western Railway

Harshita Patel, who began her journey with Railways on November 17, 2003, was initially appointed as a commercial clerk.
Last Updated : 12 May 2024, 04:49 IST
Last Updated : 12 May 2024, 04:49 IST

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Mumbai: Harshita Patel has made history by being the first woman to be appointed to the post of Deputy Station Superintendent (Commercial) of Mumbai Division of Western Railway.

This appointment marks a significant step towards gender equality and demonstrates Western Railway's continuing dedication to promoting an inclusive environment in the workplace.

According to Sumit Thakur, Chief Public Relations Officer, Western Railway, empowering women not only holds a moral importance but also has an economic and social significance.

Harshita Patel, who began her journey with Railways on November 17, 2003, was initially appointed as a commercial clerk.

“Harshita Patel has since gained valuable experience. With her extensive background, Patel is poised to excel in her new role. This historic milestone not only empowers Harshita Patel but also serves as a beacon of inspiration for women across the organization. It sends a resounding message about shattering barriers and creating opportunities for women to thrive in leadership roles,” a press statement said.

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Published 12 May 2024, 04:49 IST

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