Dear students, short essay writing is a very important part of the English composition syllabus no matter which board you are coming from. This is going to be our new series covering several important topics to write short essays for students of various requirements. Under this series, we will be conducting sessions that will contain 3 sets of essays on the same topic, each set targeting different requirements.
In this session, you are going to learn to write short essays on India’s one of the greatest scientists and the former president of India Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. So, without further introduction, let’s focus on the topic. Choose your set according to your requirement.
Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was a world-famous Indian scientist. He also served as the 11th president of India. Dr Kalam was born in Tamil Nadu in a poor family. He was a hard-working young boy and used to sell newspapers to help his family. He studied hard and went on to become one of the greatest scientists of the 21st century. He did a lot of work in the field of India's nuclear power, defence, missile and space technology. For his contributions, he was nicknamed the 'Missile Man of India'. Dr Abdul Kalam was a very humble person and cared a lot about the people. He is fondly remembered today as the 'people's president.
Dr APJ Abdul Kalam was a world-renowned Indian aerospace scientist. He also served as the 11th president of India from 2002 to 2007. Dr Kalam was born in 1931 in Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu. His family was so poor that as a young boy, he had to sell newspapers to add to the family income.
Dr Kalam studied hard and went on to study at the prestigious Madras Institute of Technology. He joined the Defence Research and Development Organisation of India and later the Indian Space Research Organisation, heading many of their important projects. He worked on the development of many missiles like Agni and Prithvi and other defence projects and was also known as the 'Missile Man of India'.
As a president, he was very humble and worked towards the betterment of society. Under him, India grew as a nuclear power. He also devised effective action plans for the economic development of the country. His care for the people earned him the nickname 'people's president.
After serving his term, he went back to his civilian life, giving lectures to students and working on scientific projects. He died of cardiac arrest while delivering one such lecture to students in Shillong in 2015. He will always be remembered as one of the greatest scientists of the 21st century as well as one of the greatest presidents of India.
Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, born Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, was a world-renowned Indian aerospace scientist. He also served as the 11th president of India from 2002 to 2007. Dr Kalam was born on 15th October 1931 in Rameshwaram, Tamil Nadu. He was the youngest of four brothers and one sister in his family. Hardworking and kind from the beginning, he sold newspapers as a young boy to help his family financially.
Dr Kalam graduated in physics and went on to study aerospace engineering at the prestigious Madras Institute of Technology. He then joined the Defence Research and Development Organisation of India and later the Indian Space Research Organisation. As an aerospace scientist, he worked on several important projects like India's first satellite launch vehicle, expandable rockets project and other satellite projects. He also contributed a lot to the development of India's ballistic missiles project, especially the missiles Agni and Prithvi. Under his direction, India grew as a nuclear power. His contributions to the field earned him the title, the 'Missile Man of India'.
As a president, Dr Abdul Kalam was very humble and refused any VVIP treatment. He was determined to work towards the betterment of society and to lead young people to great heights. He met hundreds of thousands of students during his tenure as the president of India and encouraged them to "dream, dream, dream!". He also devised effective action plans for the economic development of the country. His care for the people earned him the nickname 'people's president.
After leaving office, Dr Kalam went back to his civilian life, delivering lectures to students. He became a visiting professor in several prestigious institutes throughout the country. On 27th July 2015, during one such lecture at the Indian Institute of Management, Shillong, Dr Abdul Kalam suffered a cardiac arrest and passed away. He was laid to rest in his hometown of Rameshwaram with full state honours.
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam received many honorary doctorates from various universities. He was awarded Padma Bhusan, Padma Vibushan and the highest civilian honour, the Bharat Ratna for his contributions to scientific research and defence technology in India. He also received several other honorary awards both in India as well as in other countries. Dr Kalam wrote many books in his lifetime, like 'Wings of fire', 'Ignited Minds', 'My Journey: transforming dreams into action', etc., which continue to guide and encourage young minds to dream and work hard to fulfil them. He will always be remembered as one of the greatest scientists of the 21st century as well as one of the greatest presidents of India.
That was everything about writing short essays on Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. In this session above, we had tried to cover the life of Dr Kalam within the barrier of limited words. He is such an eminent son of India that an entire book wouldn’t be enough to describe him. However, if you like this initiative, or have any specific queries regarding this session, let me know through some quick comments. And, if you want to read more such sessions, let me know that too.
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