Interesting Things-Life of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Ajulic Pakir Jainulabidine Abdul Kalam is usually a Dr. APJ is known as Abdul Kalam, he was the 11th President of India, who worked from 2002 to 2007, he is one of the few presidents who touched the mind because they were popular during his presidency as a People’s President, he is highly respected as a scientist and an engineer in India.
For his work on the development of ballistic missile and space rocket technology, he is known as India’s Missile Man.
About 90 percent of the students in the country have extreme difficulties, impossible obstacles, and things to restore innumerable sacrifices.
But some of them do exceptionally well, their academic awards are so talented that sometimes the CVs are roaming.
And everyone acknowledges that this is the right education that makes them what it is today.
Several months ago, Dr. After completing an interview with APJ Kalam, and before leaving his Rajaji Marg residence, he repeated me these three words in the tone of the school teacher: perseverance, hard work and patience.
This, he said, was the only way to progress. Later, very later, I realized that these were words that they used to live through their lives.
They are both philosophical and practical, which are like the world they grew up as a boy in Rameswaram, the island town of South India.
His father, a submissive boat owner, Janulabidan, was a religious Muslim and was a close friend of the Rameshwaram Temple priest.
Kalam was brought into a multi-religious, tolerant society; With a progressive perspective, his father often used to quote from the Quran so that the young Kalam could see the world without fear.
He had seven brothers and sisters, and there was a marriage mate, who made chapati many times for Kalam, while others were given rice because Kalam would start at four o’clock in the morning and start at 11 o’clock in the evening.
His father was not educated, but he wanted Kalam to study. Kalam will wake up at 4 o’clock in the morning, and then go to the math class, which was taught by a teacher, who took only five students throughout the session; And before the class the bath was a situation that he had put all his students.
After the morning class, Kalam went around the city with his cousin Samsuddin, newspaper delivery, since there was no electricity in the city, so that kerosene lamps were burned at his house between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.
But because Kalam used to study till 11, his mother could save something for later use.
Being a bright student, Kalam always had the support of his school teacher. Iyadurai Solomon of Schwarzet High School told Kalam that if he really wants something really, he will get it.
Dr. Kalam said, “It made me fearless.” And outside the school, Ahmed Jalaluddin, who later became his brother, and Samsuddin, encouraged Kalam to admire the wonders of nature.
So once, while growing, it was a practical way of looking at the religious and the world.
He was a boy, because the flight of birds had fascinated him, but after many years he realized that he wanted to fly the plane, after the school was over, he took physics at St. Joseph’s College, Trichy, but towards the end Was dissatisfied. When he discovered aeronautical engineering, he regretted that three precious years have been lost.
But in his college years he was delighted to discover Leo Tolstoy, Thomas Hardy and F. Scott Fitzgerald and other English poets.
At the Madras Institute of Technology (MIT), Chennai, where Kalam studied Aeronautics, he learned an important lesson: The value of time he was leading a project on system design, when the principal one day to see his work Went to class.
They appeared dissatisfied and told Kalam that he wants the project to end in the next two days; Otherwise his scholarship assistance will be withdrawn. That unstable Kalam; The difficulties of your father will be zero in years. Kalam worked without food and sleep.
On the last day, his professor came to investigate his progress. He was impressed and said: “I was putting you in tension and asking you to complete a difficult timeframe,” said Dr. Kalam.
Although Kalam has led many projects in his professional life, his treatment is like his last days. That was his passion.
No wonder, he has always led the projects, explained his successor, Maj Gen R Swaminathan, as a leader, to explain the success of Kalam. “He has this unique ability to be a master and a worker.
He can easily take on any role.”
When Dr. Kalam’s first major project, SLV3-had failed for the first time, it was almost scattering. Apart from this, Kalal’s childhood consultant, Jallaluddin, died around this time.
Dr. Kalam said, “One part of my life died too …” but he never thought of leaving after SLV-3, “I knew that we had to work hard for success.” And therefore, the SLV-3 was resumed, this time with success, they were able to tide with their professional shocks from philosophy, religion and literat