Amidst, in this fast moving world everyone is in a hurry. The ongoing inventions are unveiling lucrative opportunities where every single person is striving hard to grab it and to take a badge of ‘success’. Right from dawn when you get up from the bed, the work chart starts bloating in the mind and during the onset of the night you start calculating how much effort you made. Eventually, in this race of competition everyone is trying hard to make a good fortune. Today, the only single thing that constantly strikes in one’s mind is to be a ‘SUCCESSFUL’ person.
Knowledge Is Success.
Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, the most popular President, an aerospace engineer, scientist in India’s history, was born on 15 October 1931 in a small coastal town in Tamil Nadu. Kalam was closely linked to India’s missile programme. October 15, which is Dr. Kalam’s birth anniversary, is celebrated as a day for students all around the world.
The UNESCO identifies the World Teachers’ Day as an opportunity to commemorate teacher’s organizations worldwide and also aims to activate support for teachers and to ensure that teachers continue to supply to the global framework of needs and requirements conducive in building a well-founded footing to a sound and greatly enabled future generation.