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Dr Kalam remembered on his birth anniversary

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SILCHAR, Oct 16 - Students and staff of Maharishi Vidya Mandir (MVM) here remembered former Indian President Late Dr APJ Abdul Kalam on the occasion of his 84th birthday on Thursday. The day is celebrated globally as �World Students� Day.�

Speaking on the occasion, Asmita Majumder, a student of Class-VII, during her presentation on the topic: �Kalam impacted the thinking process of children,� said confidence and hard work is the best medicine to beat a disease like failure. Asmita said that Kalam had a deep impact on the lives of children because of his childlike curiosity, simplicity and infectious optimism.

Celebrating the occasion, discussions on the topics �Green Technology � need of the hour to manage climate change� �Inhabitation in the moon and its prospects� was also held among the students of classes IX-X and XI and XII.

Samita Dutta, principal of the school spoke on the relevance of Dr Kalam and said that the declaration of World Students� Day declared by the United Nations is a fitting tribute to the People�s President.

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Dr Kalam remembered on his birth anniversary

SILCHAR, Oct 16 - Students and staff of Maharishi Vidya Mandir (MVM) here remembered former Indian President Late Dr APJ Abdul Kalam on the occasion of his 84th birthday on Thursday. The day is celebrated globally as �World Students� Day.�

Speaking on the occasion, Asmita Majumder, a student of Class-VII, during her presentation on the topic: �Kalam impacted the thinking process of children,� said confidence and hard work is the best medicine to beat a disease like failure. Asmita said that Kalam had a deep impact on the lives of children because of his childlike curiosity, simplicity and infectious optimism.

Celebrating the occasion, discussions on the topics �Green Technology � need of the hour to manage climate change� �Inhabitation in the moon and its prospects� was also held among the students of classes IX-X and XI and XII.

Samita Dutta, principal of the school spoke on the relevance of Dr Kalam and said that the declaration of World Students� Day declared by the United Nations is a fitting tribute to the People�s President.

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