Dr. A. P.J Abdul Kalam Azadpost
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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF Dr. A. P.J Abdul Kalam Azad
Dr. Abdul Kalam Azad was the 11th president of India. His full name was Avul Fakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam Azad.
He was born on 15 october 1931 at Dhanushkodi, Tamil Nadu. His fathers name was Jainaluddin Azad and his mothers name was Ashiamma. His father was a poor boatman.
Kalam loved the sea and sea beaches very much spending lots of hours seeing the waves.
His educatin at initial level was from a primary school from where he went to a missionary school.
For his studies he began to sold the newspapers also and with the help of his teachers he gets admitted to St Joseph College in 1950. LAter he got admission in Madras Institute of Technology.
He published many novels and articles critisizing the britishers and he was also the khilafat movement leader, so he became very close to gandhiji.
In 1923 he also became the president of Indian National Congress. He was the youngest president. He was always agains the hindi muslim seperation and always tried to encourages the issues related to gather them and unite them. Also after the India freedom he became the first education minister.
In India constitution, in 1952 he later elected in Lok Sabha. He also became the president of UNESCO in Delhi.
In 1962 he joined ISRO and get admitted himself in the researches of satellite launching