A P J Kalam


      CHILDHOOD OF A GREAT MAN
                                             (A.P.J. Abdul Kalam)

Introduction:- Among various great man in the world I have chosen childhood of great man ‘ APJ Abdul Kalam `. because Dr. Kalam inspired the child and the growing younger generation in every point of his Life and he was very nearer to the people and living in the heart of Indians. The great man APJ Abdul Kalam’s full name is Abul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam. APJ Abdul Kalam was born on 15th Oct.1931. to a Tamil Muslim Family in the Pilgrimage center of Rameswaram Pamban Island. Then they come in Madras Presidency and then in the state of Tamil Nadu.Dr. Kalam was the most distinguished personality as a President amongst the President of Independent India and a dearest and nearest one in the heart of every Indian especially youths. Dr. Kalam is one of the most Distinguished Scientists of India and has received Honorary doctorates from forty-five Universities and institution in India and abroad. He was regarded as a ‘ Missile Man`.


   Childhood and his Life: -A recorded story made by Dr. APJ Kalam from his youth. From a little kid experiencing childhood in Rameswaram and to turning into the nation's eleventh President APJ Kalam, his life has been a story of phenomenal assurance, mettle, persistence and the craving to exceed expectations. Dr. Kalam had an extreme adolescence. Destitution and challenges did not prevent APJ Kalam battle back in Life. He began his profession as a paper merchant. He never pardons his examinations for the poor foundation. 


His dad was a boatman, who took travelers from Rameswaram to the blessed island of Danushkodi. When a horrendous twister hit the drift and the ocean removed their watercraft. In any case, his dad remained quiet and approached assembling another vessel. In 1964 another twister struck and broke a piece of Danushkodi. His dad loses his vessel again yet assembled another. His dad was not instructed so he needed Kalam to Study. When he was in class VIII, he chose to help the family. He gets up at early morning at 4 AM, take bathe, go for his Mathematics class after that he got down to business to disperse the paper with his cousin Shamsuddin. He would race to the Railway station to gather the packs of papers that came in the train and appropriate them nearby. He would make a beeline to prepare for school. No power was in Kalam's town so they utilize Kerosene lights at early morning and night. He was a brilliant understudy so the teachers upheld for his examinations. This made Kalam bold.

            APJ Kalam completed his School education from Ramanathapuram Schwartz High School, where he showed the distinction of a hardworking student with special interested in mathematics.H e then studied gradation in Physics at Saint Joseph’s College at Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nau which was then affiliated to the University of Madras and he completed his first degree in 1954. After his B. Sc. degree, he enrolled in a degree course in aeronautical engineering at Madras Institute of Technology education in 1958. His priority was to join Indian Air Force (IAF) as a fighter pilot soon after competition of his engineering education, but he narrowly missed it, instead he joined the Defense  Research and Development Organization (DRDO) as a junior Scientist at the Aeronautical development Establishment in Bangalore in 1958, where he was involved in research and development of Fighter airplanes for the IAF.
            In 1963, he was selected to join the Indian Committee for Space Research in a position of a rocket engineer. Then he joined an advanced training programme at NASA in 1963 and received practical training at the various R&D center of NASA.
At 2002, Dr. Kalam became 11th Indian President. During his Presidency
(2002-2005) , he involved many innovative ideas for sustainable development to be implemented by the national and local government, including the Providing Urban Amenities in Rural Areas(PURA). 

             On 27th July 2015, Dr. Kalam collapsed due to heart failure while delivering a speech at the Indian Institute of Management Shillong in Meghalaya, India.
Conclusion:- Every story of a great man teach us how to struggle in our life, and after a struggle, that success comes in every hardworking person’s Life. Dr. Kalam’s life taught us that self-confidence and patience is the bold weapon of success.
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