The Fact News Service
Ferozepur, August 24
The story of an Abohar (in Fazilka district of Punjab) boy achieving his dream of becoming a pilot in Canada is truly inspiring. This young individual pursued his passion for aviation relentlessly, demonstrating determination, hard work, and resilience throughout his journey. By becoming a Pilot, the name of Punjab has been illuminated in the world.
It all started in the small town of Abohar, where this young boy developed a deep fascination for airplanes from an early age in 2007. He would spend countless hours watching aircraft take off and land, dreaming about one day sitting in the cockpit himself. With the support of his family and loved ones, he set out to turn this dream into reality.
Firstly, obtaining the necessary academic credentials became a priority. The boy excelled academically, recognizing the importance of a strong educational foundation in pursuing a career in aviation. He consistently performed exceptionally well in school, focusing on subjects such as mathematics, physics, and English – all crucial for a successful pilot. He got his primary education from Sachkhand Convent School in Abohar, after that Naveet was also a promising student of DAV Senior Secondary School, Abohar. Although Naveett studied in Chandigarh, Nigeria, Chandigarh and finally in Canada, for some time, but later on, he moved to Canada with his family and completed the rest of his studies from there.
Naveet is son of Shailender Chugh alias Shelly and grandson of Banwari Lal Chugh, currently living in Canada was dreaming of becoming a pilot since the second class, at the age of just 23. While following the path to becoming a pilot, he encountered numerous challenges and obstacles. However, with unwavering determination and support from his family and friends, he overcame these hurdles one by one. Ultimately, he became a pilot in Canada and got an official Commercial Pilot License from Spectrum Airways Canada.