Here is a short story of the life of APJ Abdul Kalam in which you know the journey from selling papers to the president of India. Let’s start the story.
The full name of APJ Abdul Kalam is Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam who was born on October 15, 1931 in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu.
His father Jainul Abudeen was an Imam and also a kayaker.
His mother Ashiamma was a stay-at-home mom.
As the days went by bridges were being built and Jainul Abudeen’s work was lost.
So since A.P.J Abdul Kalam was born their family does not have enough money to survive.
At a very young age, he used to sell newspapers and when he went to school the teachers admired him for her ingenuity.
A.P.J Abdul Kalam is eager to learn.
He graduated from Schwartz high secondary school and went to Tiruchirapalli where he was admitted to St. Paul’s College.
He then graduated with a degree in physics.
He then went to a technical center in Madaras where he studied Aerospace engineering.
After completing his studies he also joined aviation development.
He started his career with the construction of a small hovercraft and worked with Vikram Sarabhai.
He later joined ISRO and became the director of India’s first launch SLV III.
The vehicle put the Rohini satellite on the Earth’s orbit.
He then made Balistic missile’s in many arrow systems and earned the title of MISSILE MAN OF INDIA.
He was also present in the Pokhran program which began with the help of A.P.J Abdul Kalam.
Then came the turn of events in 2002 when he elected president.
Thus, he became the 11th president of India.
He probably received many awards such as Barat Ratna and Padma Bhushan.
He then became a professor at various universities.
In Shillong, while giving a talk, he fainted and pronounced dead at the hospital.
When the interviewer asks you have a lot of accomplishments, you have written books, you have worked as president, aerospace engineer, and professor but you like the profession af a teacher Why?
He replied that when he was a student of ten years old during World War II he was in the 5th grade and when his science teacher entered the classroom he saw the rays of knowledge about the radiation of purity of life. The way the teacher taught him, his dream was shaped. What should have been his way of life, the teacher gave him an idea of his life. He went on to say that the teacher had a great opportunity to enrich minds, give them dreams and even young people would be better than the teacher. So the teacher has that opportunity.
We have to take inspiration from the life story of APJ Abdul Kalam because he is the only best inspiration for students.
No one can take your place and we love you and your role in this country.
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