- Born on October 15, 1931, at Rameswaram in Tamil Nadu, Dr Kalam specialised in Aeronautical Engineering from Madras Institute of Technology.
- After a successful career as an aerospace scientist, Kalam went on to become the eleventh President of India and served the country from 2002 to 2007.
- During his tenure at DRDO, Kalam also directed two projects - Project Devil and Valiant - which were aimed at developing ballistic missile from the SLV programme technology.
- Dr Kalam was responsible for the development and operationalisation of AGNI and PRITHVI missiles and for building indigenous capability in critical technologies through networking of multiple institutions.
- Dr Kalam was also part of the Indian National Committee for Space Research (INCOSPAR) which set up the Thumba Equatorial Rocket Launching Station (TERLS) that is used by ISRO to launch sounding rockets even today.
- Kalam was also the project director of India’s first Satellite Launch Vehicle (SLV-III) which successfully deployed the Rohini satellite in near-earth orbit. Kalam has also played a contributory role in the development of Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV).
- He was the Scientific Adviser to Defence Minister and Secretary, Department of Defence Research and Development from July 1992 to December 1999, during which he played key role in the Pokhran-II nuclear tests which took place in May, 1998.
- India's former president received honourary doctorates from 30 universities and institutions.
- He was awarded the coveted civilian awards - Padma Bhushan (1981) and Padma Vibhushan (1990) and the highest civilian award Bharat Ratna (1997).
Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam on his 89th birthday, calling him the epitome of simplicity and knowledge. He was the ’empowerment’ of millions and paid tribute to him on his birthday. Prime Minister Modi paid tribute to the late Indian President Dr A.P.J. AbdulKalam, who had “given strength to millions of people.” Prime Ministers of the United Nations, Prime Ministers of other countries and leaders of various civil society groups have paid tribute to the former President Dr. Dr.
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, the late President of India, was an extraordinary leader and truly visionary. Madhuri Dixit wrote on her Facebook page to remember the visionary Dr AbdulKalam on his birthday and shared a quote from the former president. The actor wrote: ‘I pay tribute to former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam S 89th birthday and his wisdom and way of life inspire me. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, former Prime Minister of Tamil Nadu, wrote: “To remember the first Indian President, Dr. AP J. Abdul Kal amal, I am inspired by the wisdom of his lifestyle – his life.
He was a guiding star for millions who dared to dream and work for fulfillment, and he was an inspiration to all of us. It has been a guiding principle for thousands of people in India and a beacon of hope for millions of them who dare to dream, dream and work towards fulfilment.
It has been a guiding star for thousands of people in India and a beacon of hope for millions of them who dare to dream, dream and work towards fulfilment.
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam’s 89th birthday is celebrated on October 15 this year and is also marked as World Student Day. It was celebrated in India when he turned 79, and every year it is also called “World Student Day.”
He was the 11th president of India and earned the title “Missile Man” in India. He was considered one of the most influential and influential leaders of his time and was born on October 15, 1929 in Calcutta, India, the son of Dr. J.P.J. Abdul Kalam and his wife, Mrs. K.R.K. Srinivasan.
Kalam, who worked on developing and operationalizing domestic missiles, earned the title of Missile Man in India. Kalam has helped India divide science and technology in many other ways, but this was the first time in his life that he worked on the development and commissioning of an indigenous guided missile, and was responsible for the founding of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and India’s first nuclear power plant in Calcutta, India, in 1962.
He was a scientist and president of India, but has been forgotten in India for his indelible contributions to national development. He was the founder of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and India’s first nuclear power plant in Calcutta, India; he was an important figure in the history of science and technology and a leader in the development of his country; and he will be forgotten by India for his indelible contribution to national developments. She is a scientist and president of the Indian Science and Technology Institute (ISTI), but he fathered in India because he was remembered and forgotten, because he was indelible in his contributions to national development. They are the founding of an International Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and an influential figurehead in the development of his nation.
He was a scientist and president of India, but has been forgotten in India for his indelible contributions to national development. He was the founder of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and India’s first nuclear power plant in Calcutta, India; he was an important figure in the history of science and technology and a leader in the development of his country; and he will be remembered and forgotten in India because he is indispensable in his contributions to national developments.
I have always wanted to build a strong and independent India, and I always want it to be built on the basis of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, science and technology. I wanted to build it on the basis of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and India’s first nuclear power plant in Kolkata, India. He was always sought for his contributions to the development of India as a nation and for his contribution to the building of a stronger and more self-reliant India
He is a strong supporter of India’s development into a nuclear power and proud of his role in the development of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and India’s first nuclear power plant in Kolkata, India. He said that it was his vision for India to become a nuclear power and his contribution to the creation of a world-class nuclear energy system in India and to the creation of an independent and independent India, as well as the promotion of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and science and technology in all their various forms and especially in nuclear technology and its application in a number of areas. He said she was an active participant and an important contribution to India. Became a nuclear power and its contribution to the construction of its nuclear energy system.