Essay On Abdul Kalam
An honest man here lies at rest As e'er (ever) God with his image blest; The friend of man, the friend of truth, The friend of age, and guide of youth: Few hearts like his, with virtue warm'd, Few heads with knowledge so informed: If there's another world, he lives in bliss; If there is none, he made the best of this.
July 27 marks the third anniversary of his passing.
He asked Srijan to send a message over the wireless to ask the soldier to sit as he may get tired. I am sorry you had to stand so long because of me.” The young lean guard, draped in black cloth, was surprised at the treatment. Two minutes into the speech, there was a long pause. Goodbyes should be short, really short.” That is exactly what happened to APJ Abdul Kalam. APJ Abdul Kalam, the teacher, scientist and former president of India. The writer is chairman, University Grants Commission of Bangladesh.
Srijan was unable to do that as he did not have any communication gear. Kalam asked the soldier to be brought to him, which his aide did. Kalam greeted him, shook his hand, and said, “Thank you, friend. He was at a loss of words and just said, (For you, I can keep on standing for six hours). He entered the Presidential Palace in New Delhi with a worn leather suitcase and after his tenure was over, left with the same one.
The essays must be written in pen, scanned and mailed along with a passport-size photograph of yourself. On October 15, Kalam’s birth anniversary, 15 winning entries (five each under the first, second and third places) will be published.
Names of 50 consolation prize winners will also be announced.
Till his last moment, he lectured as a teacher to students, which was his passion.