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Meet Tessy Thomas, India's first missile woman

Tessy Thomas is an Indian scientist and Director General of Aeronautical Systems and the former Project Director for Agni-IV missile in Defence Research and Development Organisation. She is the first woman scientist to head a missile project in India. She is known as the ‘Missile Woman’ of India. She joined DRDO in 1988. She was placed in the department of design and development of the new generation ballistic missile, Agni. For the Agni Programme, she had been appointed by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Tessy was the associate project director of the 3,000 km range Agni-III missile project. She was the project director for mission Agni IV which was successfully tested in 2011. Tessy was appointed as the Project Director for a 5,000 km range Agni-V in 2009. The missile was successfully tested on 19 April 2012. She was appointed as Director-General, Aeronautical Systems of DRDO in 2018. She is a fellow in various universities such as the Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE), Institution of Engineers-India (IEI) and Tata Administrative Service (TAS). Thomas received the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award for her contribution to making India self-reliant in the field of missile technology.

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Tags: Tessy Thomas | Indian Scientist |  Director General of Aeronautical Systems | Project Director for Agni-IV Missile  |  First Woman Scientist | Head a Missile Project  | DRDO | Missile Woman


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