#WomenAtWork – A FG Second Officer

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  1. Such a wonderful post! I had no idea such a job even existed before reading the post, so adventurous and completely different and world apart from the rest of us. Hats off to Rathi

  2. Wonderful to know how far women are going to break stereotypes, Parul. Thanks for sharing this – I had no idea that there were Indian seapersons (is that what we could call them?)

  3. Geets says:

    This is so inspiring! I wish I was half as courageous as Rathi! Such posts only make us realize how lucky we are and how grateful we should be for the ones who are guarding us and are ensuring our safety, staying away from their families!

    Cheers
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  4. Rajlakshmi says:

    Wow, this has got me pumped up. To brave those choppy waters is really something 😀 Very brave and Strong Woman 😀
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  5. Eli says:

    That was an interesting read Parul – thanks for giving her a voice 🙂
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  6. Vidya Sury says:

    How inspiring! She must love her work! Glad you met her and introduced her, Parul!
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  7. Soumya says:

    What a wonderful choice of career! Women need to be strong, follow their passions and do whatever they want. With or without support.

    I love this series of yours Parul. I know that you are a strong woman and I love the fact that you are bringing more such women in focus 🙂
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  8. Obsessivemom says:

    What an unconventional choice of a career. Not an easy one too. Thanks for sharing Parul
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  9. Rachna says:

    Fantastic! Loved reading about Rathi. Such poise and confidence. Thank you for sharing these lovely stories with us, Parul.
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  10. Bellybytes says:

    I love this series of yours Parul. Truly informative and inspirational.

  11. Guilliean says:

    Seeing this was definitely something I needed to read. She’s a very cool woman to be doing what she does.
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  12. Shilpa says:

    This is so inspiring! Thank you for sharing it with us😊

  13. Writer from the East says:

    Hip Hip Hurray, Rathi’s story is inspiring for all women and gives us the confirmation that women are today also joining non traditional careers such as marine and sea. Thanks to you for bringing her story to us!

  14. Ritu says:

    Wonderful to read stories of inspiring real women!

  15. Sulekha says:

    Hats off to Rathi. Your womenatwork photo feature is truly inspiring. It feels nice to see brave women making a mark in the world. Kudos to us all.

  16. Rathi is inspiring! It’s absolutely not easy to be in her shoes!
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  17. Wow! Rathi is so inspiring! It’s absolutely not easy to be in her shoes. Hats off!

  18. Beloo Mehra says:

    This is great! These stories of women at work in unusual or uncommonly seen occupations are inspiring indeed. Thanks for giving us a glimpse at such women’s lives and work.
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  19. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Your ‘Women at work’ posts are always so inspiring and encouraging, Parul! Each time I visit your blog to read these posts, I come back feeling motivated to do my best for the life I have been blessed with!
    Thanks to women like Rathi, people will be compelled to look at women as not just “the fairer sex”, but also the stronger sex!

  20. Kala Ravi says:

    Indeed inspiring! We do look at women in roles that we find so adventurous like an FG second officer or a pilot but it takes tremendous grit to pull it off day in and day out! Hats off to Rathi! Thanks for introducing us to yet another inspiring Woman at Work Parul!

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