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Manisha Padhi Makes History as India’s First Female ADCO


In a groundbreaking achievement, Manisha Padhi, a proud daughter of Odisha, has been appointed as India’s first female Assistant District Camp Officer (ADCO). Mizoram Governor Dr. Hari Babu Kambhampati extended his congratulations to her, marking a significant milestone in the history of women in the Indian armed forces.

Manisha Padhi, Squadron Leader in the Indian Air Force, has scripted history by becoming the first woman ADCO in the country. Mizoram’s Governor, Dr. Hari Babu Kambhampati, praised her accomplishment, expressing pride not only for Odisha but for the entire nation. Squadron Leader Manisha Padhi is a distinguished officer in the Indian Air Force, and her appointment as ADCO reflects her excellence in the field.

Governor Dr. Hari Babu Kambhampati shared a video on his ‘Twitter’ handle, announcing the appointment of Squadron Leader Manisha Padhi as the first female ADCO. He wrote, “Heartfelt congratulations to Squadron Leader Manisha Padhi on being appointed as the Assistant District Camp Officer (ADCO) by the Governor of Mizoram. Squadron Leader Manisha is the first woman officer in the Indian Armed Forces to be appointed as ADCO.”

In his message, the Governor acknowledged Squadron Leader Manisha Padhi’s expertise acquired over the years. He emphasized that her appointment not only symbolizes a personal milestone but also serves as a testament to the strength of women breaking gender norms and achieving excellence in various fields. Let us celebrate this remarkable achievement and continue to support women’s empowerment in every sector.

This posting marks Squadron Leader Manisha Padhi’s fourth appointment, having previously served at Air Force Stations in Bidar, Pune, and finally at Bhatinda Air Force Station. Her formal induction ceremony was conducted on Wednesday at the Raj Bhavan in Mizoram, where she met with officials and staff.

This historic appointment has been widely celebrated, not only for Squadron Leader Manisha Padhi but for the advancement of women in the armed forces. It reflects a positive step towards gender inclusivity and empowerment in traditionally male-dominated domains.

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