World Student Day Quick Facts
|World Student Day ()
|15 October 2010
|United Nations Organization (UNO)
World Student Day Brief
World Students Day is celebrated every year on 15 October in different countries of the world. This day is also known as World Students Day, this day is celebrated by Bharat Ratna recipient Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's birthday is celebrated as the United Nations Organization (U.N.O) on 15 October 2010, his birthday was declared "World Students Day".
World Student Day History
On 15 October 2010, the United Nations Organization (UNO) honored Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's 79th birthday was announced to be celebrated as World Students' Day or World Students' Day. Since then every year his birth anniversary is celebrated as World Student's Day.
World Student Day Objective
An ideal student is one who studies dedicatedly, behaves honestly at school and at home as well as participates in co-curricular activities. Every parent wants their child to be an ideal student who can become a source of inspiration for others.
Students are the future of the country, so it is extremely important that this day dedicated to them is celebrated and that the students are appreciated. On World Students Day, Inspirational stories related to Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam and his life are introduced to the students and they are motivated to move ahead in life.
By celebrating World Students Day, we learn important lessons about life. The most important purpose of celebrating World Students Day is to give importance to the students and understand their importance in society.
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Importance of World Students Day
Celebrating World Students Day is a matter of great importance for us because through this we get many important lessons. For a student, this day becomes even more important because the life of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam teaches us that, no matter how many challenges there are in life, but through education, we can overcome every obstacle. You can achieve even bigger goals.
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam as a Student:
Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam was born on 15 October 1931 in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu state in a Tamil Muslim family. His father Zainuldeben was a boat owner and imam of a local mosque, his mother Ashiyamma was a housewife. His father owned a ferry that took Hindu pilgrims between Rameswaram and the uninhabited Dhanushkodi.
With which his financial condition was not good but Kalam had average grades in his school years, due to this he was described as a bright and hardworking student, who had a strong desire to learn. He spent hours on his studies, especially mathematics.
After completing his education at Schwartz Higher Secondary School, Ramanathapuram, Kalam became affiliated with Saint Joseph's College, Tiruchirappalli, then Madras University, from where he graduated in Physics in 1954. He moved to Madras in 1955 to study aerospace engineering at the Madras Institute of Technology.
Due to this love and trust of his students, after the tenure of his President, he continued to inspire students through his speeches in many colleges and academic institutions across India. His love for the students was so deep that he took his last breath while giving a speech at the Indian Faculty of Management on the topic of keeping the earth a living planet. These are some of the universities with which he remained associated after being freed from the presidency.
- Visiting Professor at Indian Institute of Management, Shillong
- Visiting Professor at Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
- Visiting Professor at Indian Institute of Management, Indore
- Honorary Teacher at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
- Chancellor at Indian Institute of Space and Technology, Trivandrum
- Aerospace Engineer at Anna University