World Student’s Day is celebrated on 15 October every year. This date is significant as it is the birth anniversary of A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, a great scientist and the former President of India. In 2010, United Nations announced his birth anniversary to be celebrated as the World Student’s Day to honour his efforts and contribution in the domain of Science and Technology. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam played well his role as a teacher and inspired millions of students and adults throughout his political and scientific career.
By: Room Soom
2019-10-15
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