Hello Folks, this post is to inform you about the Free Online Quizzing Challenge on the occasion of World Students Day 2021, celebrated every year on 15th October which is the birth anniversary of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. This is celebrated by everyone to commemorate “The Missile Man of India”, Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam Sir as a World Students Day.
‘World Students’ Day Quiz on – Dr. A. P. J Abdul Kalam
This National Level Quiz competition is organized by PJB, VKanna, TRPuvi (TRP Study Circle -Tiruttani) in the view to celebrate World Students Day on the birth anniversary of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. This Quiz contest consists of several Multiple Choice Questions (Objective-based Questions). And all questions are compulsory to attempt. This quiz will be based on General Knowledge and current affairs and about Dr. Abdul Kalam. And this quiz is available in two languages i.e. Tamil & English.
Everyone is cordially invited to kindly participate in this National Level Quiz Competition to enhance or increase their GK(General Knowledge) and Current Affairs. Let us have a fun quiz to test your knowledge. And after completion of this Quiz Contest, participants will be given Free Certificates if they score 40% and above.
Students are the generation of the future. These are the individuals and minds who will propel our countries ahead. We should always congratulate people who desire to further their knowledge, regardless of their background or subject of study, with many students going to tremendous lengths to do so.
About World Students Day
World Students’ Day is observed every year on October 15 to commemorate the birth anniversary of India’s 11th President, APJ Abdul Kalam. This year commemorates the 90th anniversary of his birth.
From 2002 until 2007, Kalam served as India’s 11th president, earning the respect and affection of people and political parties across the political spectrum for his simple living and non-partisan behaviour.
He is also noted with making the Rashtrapati Bhavan accessible to the general public, earning him the nickname “People’s President.”
For his contribution to the creation of India’s missile programmes, Kalam gained the moniker “Missile Man of India,” which he wore until his death in 2015.
In 2010, the United Nations designated World Students’ Day as Kalam’s birthday to honor and commemorate his contributions to education.
This year’s World Students’ Day theme is “Learning for People, Planet, Prosperity, and Peace,” which strives to underline the importance of education as a fundamental human right for all people everywhere.
On the occasion of the former President of India’s birth anniversary, President Ram Nath Kovind paid floral tributes to him at the Northern Command in Udhampur, Jammu, and Kashmir.
On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to former President APJ Abdul Kalam, stating that he dedicated his life to make India strong, prosperous, and capable, and that he will always be an inspiration to the country’s people.
“On the occasion of the birth anniversary of former President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam ji, often known as the ‘Missile Man,’ tributes have been paid to him. He spent his entire life working to make India powerful, affluent, and capable. For the people of the country, he will always be a source of inspiration “Modi stated in a Hindi tweet.