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Biography of APJ abdul kalam

Biography of APJ abdul kalam

Biography of APJ Abdul kalam

Abul pakir jainul abedeen abdul kalam, better known as a.p.j Abdul kalam, who was the 11th president of India, was born on 15th October 1931 in a poor Tamil Muslim family in Rameswaram. From teenage, he had to fight with poverty for his family and his own education. His career life started by selling the newspaper. He was admitted to Tiruchirapalli sent Josef college and also was graduated from there. 

He was very heedful in studies from childhood but after graduation, he lost interest in physics and he deeply regretted it for the next 4 years. After listening to his inner voice, he decided to do an engineering course. In 1995 his name appeared in the merit list of madras institute of technology but the fees for admission were one thousand rupees. Then he had not that much money. But his mother and sister arranged that money by selling their gold jewelry and ApJ Abdul kalam was admitted in engineering. 

His interest in studies increased after seeing the faith of his family members in his studies. After noticing his deep interest in some projects in college, a professor gave him the responsibility for a senior class project. But after noticing no progress in that work his professor told him "complete it within 3 days of your scholarship will be taken back". At last, kalam successfully finished that project and also made his professor happy. After this, a new chapter started in his life. He got chances to work in the air force and as a directorate of technical development production in defense. 

He decided to try for both. He got interview calls from Dehradun for the air force and form Delhi for defense. After staying in Delhi for 1 week he gave an interview for defense and then he came to Dehradun for air force interview. There he stood 9th out of 25 people. But the first 8 candidates were selected. And so he lost his opportunity to become a fighter pilot. He became so depressed as he was unable to make his dream come true. After this, he went to Rishikesh and there he met with Swami Sivananda and expressed to him about his dreams, wishes, depression, and grief. 

After listening to everything Swamiji told him, "Desire when it stems from the heart and spirit when it is pure and intense, possesses awesome electromagnetic energy. This energy is released into the ether each night, as the mind falls into the sleep state. Each morning it returns to the conscious state reinforced with the cosmic currents. That which has been imaged will surely and certainly be manifested". After this, he went to Delhi and started to work as a senior scientist in the Indian defense Ministry. Then he was transferred to Indian space research organization ISRO in 1969 and started to work as the head of the project of making a satellite named SLV iii. But in 1979 when the SLV iii was sent to space, it crashed just after 317 seconds and for that Abdul, kalam had to face a critical time. He was very depressed then and became very weak mentally. 

After this in a press conference when Abdul kalam was asked about the failure of the satellite mission, professor satis Dhawan took the microphone from him and answered all the questions from the media. He said, "these are very complicated missions, we will have to find the fault on our own and we will have to correct it and will keep an eye on this so that this incident does not repeat in future". He also said, "I have full confidence that we will be able to send another satellite in one year". In later years when kalam was preparing to construct a new satellite, a lot of people were making him remember about the failure of the SLV iii. But he kept Faith in himself and focused only on his own work. On the 18th July, 1980 Rohini satellite was launched and it became successful to reach the orbit. It took kalam to the peak of success. 

He wanted to work on many projects after this but those were rejected by the cabinet. In 1998 he did some successful research in atomic science. At that time, president Atal Bihari Bajpai wanted to give him his Ministerial post but kalam rejected that. But in the future, he was honored by becoming the 11th president of India. As a president, he was honored as well as criticized. He first advised banning iftar party in Rashtrapati Bhavan. Later when the reason became clear it was that approximately 22lakh rupees have been spent for the Iftar party every year in Rashtrapati Bhawan. 

So he ordered the money should be sent for the welfare of orphanages to bought them food dress and blankets. He also used to donate to orphanages from his own savings. In 2007 he left the presidentship with honor. On 27th July 2015 during giving a speech in iim long on "creating liveable planet earth" he passed away due to massive cardiac arrest. According to reports, his last words told to his assistant srijan pal Singh were "funny guy! Are you doing well?". At last, I want to finish this video with one of my favorite quotes of Abdul kalam, he said: "Man needs his difficulties because they are necessary to enjoy success". At last a little request to you, if you find this video useful then please share it with your friends and by commenting below please let us know on which person you would like to watch the next life lesson video. Because our main aim is to help you. More wisdom more solution better life! 

It was May 11th, 1998 when the ground shook in poker and awakened the world to see emergence of a new India it was beginning of a new era which is marked with red-letter day in the history of India operation Shakti took the world by surprise and gave Shakti to India that is now a powerful yet a peace-loving nation following the slogan coined by Sri Uttal Bihari Vajpayee the then Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri Unicaja Jai jawan Jake is hot many of us may even I do Raha Jaime John India has progressed with number of scientific advances taking place time to time here a significant credit goes to dr. APJ Abdul Kalam who had dreamed and made India a self-reliant strong nation you born to me Gali earning general Aberdeen and uh Shyama as the youngest of the five children dr. APJ Abdul Kalam coming from a humble beginning with early schooling in Rameshwaram reached the highest seat of the country.

 the President of India respecting all the religions since childhood he used to go to mosque temples and the church before going to school later graduating in physics at the st. Joseph's College Tiruchirappalli further graduated in aerospace engineering from Madras Institute of Technology in the first phase of his career dr. Kalam joined a de at Bangalore as a senior scientific assistant in 1958 and designed the first horror craft before joining Israel in his two decades association with Israel until 1982 dr. Kalam turned into a successful space scientist and developed satellite launch vehicles for slv-3 rockets to put rouhani satellite into orbit in july 1980 the second phase of his career started with joining the Defence Research and Development Organisation DRDO in 1982.

here his vision resulted in the integrated guided missile development program IG MDP that has ensured India achieving enviable position in missile technologies of propulsion guidance controls and warheads despite the sanctions imposed by the control regime under his leadership India has been able to develop strategic besides like Agni and prickly and tactical missiles like nod Akash and through su ami India is not poor people thinking's poor okay if only our thinking is poor if he came bigger we can also take equally because this has paved the way for India to enter the elite club of nations to have the ability to design develop and deploy long-range missiles indigenous missile defense system and underwater launch capacity he was the scientific advisor to defense minister and the secretary Department of Defense research and development from July 1992 to December 1999 during this period 

he played a crucial role in the poker entomb nuclear tests in collaboration with Department of atomic energy he gave thrust to self-reliance in defense systems by progressing multiple development tasks and mission projects such as light combat aircraft and the electronic warfare programs during this phase he as chairman of the technology information forecasting and assessment Council Thai FAK also got involved with the creation of technology vision 2020 and the India millennium missions IMM 2020.

which is an integrated version of technology vision and India's security concerns dr. Kalam served as the principal scientific adviser to the Government of India in the rank of cabinet minister from November 1999 to November 2001 and was responsible for evolving policies strategies and missions for many development applications his fourth phase started with joining an AI University at Chennai as professor of technology and societal transformation this sport pays took a sudden turn when he became the president of India on 25th July 2002 honed with his experiences at Estero and DRDO.

Dr. Kalam also brought a spirit of dedicated service an inspirational zeal to this higher stops which earned him the title of the people's president and enthusiast of arts and culture he used to spare some time playing veena to meet with his love for music after the meeting the office in 2007 dr. Kalam continued his passion for education and societal transformation addressing various cross-sections of society from schoolchildren to policymakers in his literary pursuit he has written many books wings of fire India 2020 a vision for the new millennium my journey ignited Minds unleashing the power within India are the few books.

 which have become household names in India and among the Indian nationals abroad these books have been translated in many Indian languages recognition and respect for his many achievements came through a number of awards that include the Padma Bhushan award in 1981 the Padma Vibhushan in 1990 and the highest civilian award of India the Bharat Ratna in 1997 he is also the recipient of several other awards including the Indira Gandhi award for national integration 1997 he is also conferred degree of Doctor of Science the Shannara is Casa by a number of universities the man who had a very humble beginning and started his career from shores of Rameshwaram who believed in both Quran and Gita who daily offered namaz and played veena continues to live in the heart and minds of every Indian.


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