Abdul kalam

by - 16 October

A.P.J Abdul Kalam

Former President of India

  • Abul Pakir Jainulabdin Abdul Kalam (born: 3 October 8, Rameshwaram death: 7 July 7, Shillong), who is known as Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, was the President of India. C 1 to 5 were seated.

  • Due to his unique methodology, he became very popular and earned the reputation of being the "President of the General." Abdul Kalam studied physics at St. Joseph's College, Tiruchirappalli and aerospace engineering at Madras Institute of Technology, Chennai.

  •  He was the only unmarried, scientific president of India.

  • Prior to becoming President, he worked as an aerospace engineer at the Conservation and Development Organization (DRDO) and the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO).

  • He died of cardiac arrest at Shillong, the capital of the state of Meghalaya, India on July 

  • Abdul Kalam has been honored with Bharat Ratna, India's highest award for his contribution in scientific research and modernization of India's defense technology.

  •  The 8th celebrated his 8th birthday as the United Nations World Student Day. He has also been awarded an honorary doctorate degree from three universities.

  •  The Government of India has conferred with him Padma Bhushan and 2 in Padma Bhushan for his work in ISRO and DRDA and for his services as Science Advisor to the Government of India.

  •  During his visit to Switzerland on May 8, the country announced the science day on 3 May. He was the first person to receive the Von Brown Award from the National Space Society in the 5th.

  • A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in his book 'India 2' has made a strong advocacy for making India a knowledge-superpower and a developed nation.

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