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Urvi Agarwal’s remarkable journey from school bench to cockpit honored at BTVM


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, February 24: In a momentous occasion for both Urvi Agarwal and Bhavan’s Tripura Vidyamandir (BTVM), the ex-student has soared to new heights, becoming the first officer (pilot) at India’s prestigious airline, Akasa Air. Recognizing her exceptional achievement, BTVM extended a heartfelt invitation to Agarwal to grace their morning assembly.

Amidst a gathering of students and faculty, the principal of BTVM, Swapna Shome, bestowed upon Agarwal a token of appreciation, congratulating her on her groundbreaking accomplishment and extending best wishes for her future endeavors.

Moved by the recognition, Agarwal expressed her gratitude, becoming visibly emotional as she thanked the principal, her teachers, and the entire school community for their unwavering support and guidance. She attributed her success to the nurturing environment of BTVM, stating that it was instrumental in shaping her journey towards the skies.

Agarwal’s journey stands as a beacon of inspiration for all students of BTVM, exemplifying the institution’s core values of perseverance, hard work, and dedication. Her achievement has ignited a sense of pride and accomplishment among Bhavanites, serving as a testament to the school’s commitment to nurturing talent and fostering excellence.

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