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        <h1> Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam</h1>
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            harat Ratna Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Ab dul Kalam, generally known as Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, was the 11th
            Presidentof India (2002-2007). He was elected against Lakshmi Sehgal in 2002 and had support from both the
            Bharatiya Janata Party and the Indian National Congress, the two leading political parties of India. By
            profession, he was a scientist and an administrator in India. He worked with the Indian Space Research
            Organisation (ISRO) and Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as an aerospace engineer
            before becoming the President of India. His work on the development of launch vehicle and ballistic missile
            technology had earned him the name of the ‘Missile Man of India’. The Pokhran-II nuclear tests conducted in
            India in 1998 after the original nuclear test of 1974 saw him in a pivotal political, organisational and
            technical role.
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                r. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was the visiting professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Indore; the
                Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad; and the Indian Institute of Management, Shillong. He was a
                professor of Aerospace Engineering at the JSS University in Mysore and at the Anna University in
                Chennai, apart from being an adjunct and visiting faculty at other research and academic institutions
                in India. He was the honorary fellow of the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, and the Chancellor
                of the Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology at Thiruvananthapuram.

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            Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was born in a necessitous and little educated Tamil family on 15 October 1931, at
            Rameswaram district of Tamil Nadu, India. His father, Jainulabdeen, was a boat owner, and his mother,
            Ashiamma, was a homemaker. He started working at a young age to support his father. He received average
            grades in school but was seen as a hardworking and bright student with a strong desire to learn things. He
            used to study for hours, especially mathematics. He completed his schooling from Rameswaram Elementary
            School. In 1954, he graduated in Physics from St. Joseph’s College in Tiruchirappalli, which was then
            affiliated to the University of Madras. Thereafter, in 1955, he moved to Madras (now Chennai) and joined
            the Madras Institute of Technology and studied aerospace engineering. His dream was to become a fighter
            pilot but he was ranked ninth while the IAF offered only eight slots. He remained a bachelor.

            Kalam rose from obscurity through his personal and professional struggles and his work on Agni, Prithvi,
            Akash, Trishul and Nag missiles became a household name in India and raised the nation’s prestige to
            international reckoning.
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