Few Lines about A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (short essay)
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's full name was Abul Pakir Zainullabdin Abdul Kalam. Kalam was born on 15 October 1931 in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu. Kalam is indeed a true role model for all the youth of the country and the legend is still present in our hearts as the President of the people.
He was a great scientist who was associated with India's missile programs. His dream was to become the driver of the fighter plane in the Indian Air Force, but it was not completed yet he did not give up.
Thereafter, he entered the Indian Defense Research and Development Institute (DRDO) where he successfully conducted the Hovercraft project. But left it as he was not satisfied with his work in DRDO. He then entered the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).
He has contributed significantly to the development of ballistic missile and space rocket technology. Kalam has been honored with the Padma Bhushan (1980 and Padam Vibhushan (1990), including the country's highest civilian honor Bharat Ratna (1997).
He played a decisive and organizational role in the second nuclear test in Pokhran, India, in 1998. Kalam desh Served his valuable services as the 11th President of the country from 2002 to 2007.
After completing the term of the President, he was the author of his civilian life, in education and public service. Abdul Kalam served in various key positions of ISRO and DRDO and then became the Chief Scientific Advisor to the Government of India. About 40 universities gave him honorary doctorates.
Kalam came from an ordinary Muslim family. He also served to distribute his primary education to continue.
Kalam is credited as the Director General of the project for making the country's first indigenous satellite (SLV Tatiya) missile.
They made missiles like Agni and Prithvi with indigenous technology.
Kalam was a man with foresight ideas who saw the goal of development of his country.
He explained the action plan about the development of the country in his book 'India 2020'. He considered the youth of the country as a real asset and always encouraged and inspired the youth. 'Agni Ki Udan, Ignited Minds', 'Incomitable Spirit', 'Turning Points', 'Wings of Fire: An Autobiography', 'Mission of India: A Vision of Indian Youth', 'My Journey: Transforming Dreams in to Action' The major books written by him are.
Kalam was a man of discipline in his life. He studied both the Quran and the Bhagavad Gita. He always advocated to spread the technology to the masses of India.
Kalam always wanted that India's role at the international level should be expanded and that India should play more and more important role.
Kalam always talked about the youth of the country and how to improve their future. In this regard, he also started the 'What Can I Give' initiative for the youth of the country, which aims to eliminate corruption.
He died on 27 July 2015 in Shillong.
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