World Students’ Day is celebrated worldwide on October 15 to commemorate the birth anniversary of former president APJ Adbul Kalam.
Even though the United Nations has yet to declare October 15 as World Students’ Day, it has been celebrated since 2010. After completing his term as India’s 11th president, the former president returned to his teaching profession on the very next day.
Throughout his career, Dr Kalam encouraged his students to become the best versions of themselves. ‘First Attempt In Learning’ stands for ‘First Attempt In Learning’.
End is not the end, ‘Effort Never Dies’ means ‘Effort Never Dies’, and ‘No’ means ‘Next Opportunity’.
In fact, Dr. Kalam believed that a teacher should help to build character, human values, enhance children’s learning capacity through technology, and build their confidence to be innovative and creative so that they can be competitive in the future.
APJ Abdul Kalam was born in Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu, on October 15, 1931. After graduating from the Madras Institute of Technology, he joined the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO).
In 1990, Dr Kalam was awarded the Padma Vibhushan, and in 1997, he was awarded the Bharat Ratna.
During a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management Shillong, the former president collapsed from an apparent cardiac arrest and passed away on July 27, 2015.
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