• Role of Youth
    Fighting for Equal Rights Fighting Fo Equal Rights In The Role Of Youth In Realising The Dreams Of Dr Kalam Address and Interaction during the Silver Jubilee Celebration of EMEA College of Arts and It doesn’t matter who I am, I will work, work and work, All the forces of the universe will...
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  • India-Cultural History
    Patel and Maulana Azad clashed over the security measures in Delhi and Punjab. The role and contribution of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad could not be overlooked. He was appointed as India's first Minister for Education and inducted in the Constituent Assembly to draft India's constitution. Under...
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  • Xuhy's Essay
    is role model for one & all. The success of Dr Kalam depended on the fact that he was willing to grow daily. He learned everything that come to him &was looking for thing to learn. The real success of Dr.Kalam is in his application of the discipline, what he learned, in other fields also. That is...
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  • Speech in 2010
    ) * The President of India DR. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam 's Speech in Hyderabad . * Why is the media here so negative? Why are we in India so embarrassed to recognize our own strengths, our achievements? We are such a great nation. We have so many amazing success stories but we refuse to acknowledge...
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  • Worlds Youngest Ceo
    Jindal, Hollywood star Leonardo Di Caprio, musician A R Rahman, Prince of Brunei , etc. In this interview from his office in Bengaluru, Suhas Gopinath talks about his decade long journey and his dreams for the future. Suhas Gopinath with former President APJ Abdul Kalam ·         On his childhood...
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    of sheer hard work. He is role model for one & all. The success of Dr Kalam depended on the fact that he was willing to grow daily. He learned everything that come to him &was looking for thing to learn. The real success of Dr.Kalam is in his application of the discipline, what he learned, in other...
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  • Review of Novel Ignited Minds
    scary prejudices and unknown worries of the Indian youth. The youth of the nation is not afraid to dream only hesitant to take that all-important first step that can build a developed India. Time and again, Kalam mentions that only education is not sufficient to make youngsters hold on to their...
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  • Exam
    beginning, Dr. Kalam had an unparalleled career as an Aerospace and Defence scientist. He became the architect of an Indian Guided Missile development programme and led to the successful nuclear experiments. Dr. Kalam envisioned a system for realizing “Developed India” within 20 years. Education A...
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  • Independance Before and After and Future Developement
    speech, our motto must be: All for knowledge and knowledge for all. Vision cannot be an open-ended vista; it must be focused on our youth. My fellow citizens: 9. Notwithstanding the tremendous pressure of an adverse external environment, our economy today is more resilient and confident. Two decades of...
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  • Impact of Media on Socio-Cultural Values and Social Institution in Indian Society
    etc… In this scenario an analysis of the towers of strength of India will provide a strong basis for realizing our opportunities and threats in the future. Mass Media has always played a vital role in the functioning of democracy in India and exploring into these avenues will definitely play a major...
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  • Eassy
    Wings of Fire: An Autobiography” is a didactic narration of the events associated with the life of the former President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. It was written by Dr. Kalam and Arun Tiwari. This is a very interesting and enthusiastic book, includes the important memories of President APJ Abdul Kalam...
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  • We Need a Revolution in the Education System in India?
    government, software engineers to the IT companies around the world, highly paid managers to the multinationals, we supply engineers and science graduates as researchers to the foreign universities. What capital are we building for ourselves? India aspires to be powerful, it wants to play a role in...
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  • Great Indian personalities
    of INDIA Abdul Kalam Dr.A.P.J. President of India Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabhudin Adbul Kalam, the twelfth President of India, is rightfully termed as the father of India's missile technology. He was born to parents Jainulabdeen Marakayar and Ashiamma on 15th October, 1931, at Dhanushkodi in...
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  • The MIssile man
    to wok –out to become superpower and for development. Dr Kalam has writteb several inspirational books, most notably his autobiography wing of fire, aimed at motivating indian youth, another of his books guiding souls : Dialogues on the purpose of life reveals his spiritual side. I would highly...
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  • Fighting for Equal Rights
    Fighting Fo Equal Rights In The Role Of Youth In Realising The Dreams Of Dr Kalam Address and Interaction during the Silver Jubilee Celebration of EMEA College of Arts and It doesn’t matter who I am, I will work, work and work, All the forces of the universe will also assist me, I will achieve...
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  • Studiying
    have many young people of high caliber. All that they need is a dream to choose and fulfill. Besides being a scientist of high caliber, the president of India Dr. Abdul Kalam is also a poet and a lover of music. Although he has a very few leisure’s in his busy schedule. He is also fond of playing...
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  • Project Report
    hold activities, science, agriculture, every economy and what not. The activity is based on utilization of low cost and waste material. The exhibits are demonstrated at the khatpatghar. The science park named after Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, inaugurated on 25th March 2012, provides an outlet to children’s...
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  • Information Technology
    The Future of Space Exploration and Human Development Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Former President of India Prologue The successful launch of the Chandrayaan Mission has spurred the imagination of every Indian and made us proud. This Paper has been adapted from Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam’s Keynote...
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  • Apj Kalaaam Aazaad
    audience, said his faith in the future of India was reinforced, as by selecting Dr. Kalam, a signal was being sent to the future that Science and Technology can play a very important role in managing the natural environment and growth. He also said that with Dr Kalam as ambassador, environmental awareness...
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  • Martin Luther
    I read the "I Have a Dream" last night at work on my breaks and between calls. The thing about my reading it last night is that it was my first time familiarizing myself with the speech. Sure I had heard the 'I have a dream...' line over and over again, but I had never sat down and read what Dr...
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