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Who is first professional qualified Woman Architect of India?
The HECAR Foundation says that Perin Jamshedji Mistri was probably the first professional qualified Woman Architect of India. She was born in Bombay in 1913. Having taken Gujrati education in bombay, young Perin was entered as a boarder in Miss Kimmin's High School in Panchgani. At the age of 10 she went to England and completed her education from the Croydon High School. 

UDUA  & International Archive of Women in Architecture Newsletter,  says that Urmila Eulie Chowdhury was born in Shahjehanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India, in 1923, and is considered the first woman qualified as an Asian architect. Because his father was a career diplomat, Chowdhury traveled the world from an early age. Her academic background, diverse and multicultural, transformed her into a cosmopolitan woman: in Kobe, Japan, graduated from the Windsor House School, earning a Cambridge School certificate; then moves to Australia, where he studies architecture at the University of Sydney, as well as singing and piano at the Conservatory of Music of the Julian Ashborn School of Art; to finally obtain a diploma in Ceramics in Englewood, New Jersey, United States. After staying for some time working in the United States, he returned to India in 1951,

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