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DESCRIPTIONThis PPT i have done at my MBA with my team members.It is consist of 7 lesson from ABDUL KALAM.It not tells about History of ABDUL KALAM.Its tells about MORAL and what u take LESSON from ABDUL KALAM.
OUR TEAM MEMBERS:(1) SERAJ ALAM(CR) (2) CH.PRANEETHA(CR) (3) K.BHARAT KUMAR (4) P.RAGHAVENDRA (5) SRINIVASH REDDY (6) RAMAANJINIYA REDDY
DR.APJ ABDUL KALAMFull Name-Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam DOB- October 15,1931 11th President of India
Knowledge has four components:(1) Creativity (2) Righteousness (3) Courage (4) Indomitable Spirit
1.Creativity:- Creativity is the ability to think up and design new inventions, produce works of art, solve problems in new ways, or develop an idea based on an original, novel, or unconventional approach. Learning gives creativity Creativity leads to thinking Thinking provides knowledge Knowledge makes you great
2. Righteousness:-The quality or state of being morally sound and The moral quality of a course of action. "Where there is righteousness in the heart There is beauty in the character. When there is beauty in the character, There is harmony in the home. When there is harmony in the home. There is order in the nation. When there is order in the nation, There is peace in the world."
3. Courage:-The state or quality of mind or spirit thatenables one to face danger, fear, or vicissitudes with selfpossession, confidence, and resolution.
"Courage to think different, Courage to invent, Courage to travel into an unexplored path, Courage to discover the impossible, Courage to combat the problemsAnd Succeed, are the unique qualities of the youth. As a youth of my nation, I will work and work with courage to achieve success in all the missions."
4.Indomitable Spirit:-I would like to tell the young men and women before me not to lose hope and courage. Success can only come to you by courageous devotion to the task lying in front of you. I can assert without fear of contradiction that the quality of the Indian mind is equal to the quality of any Teutonic, Nordic or Anglo-Saxon mind. What we lack is perhaps courage, what we lack is perhaps driving force, which takes one anywhere. We have, I think, developed an inferiority complex.
MORAL FROM THE TOPIC IS THAT:Knowledge = Creativity + Righteousness+ Courage+ Indomitable spirit
While there were many significant events during his tenure, a question from a little girl Anukriti of Sri Sathya Sai Jagriti Vidya Mandir School, of Darwa village from Haryana, during children visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan on May 22, 2006, rings in his mind ever after. Anukriti asked him : Why India cannot become a developed nation before the year 2020?. he appreciated the question and said it was indeed a thoughtful question and assured her that that her dream would be taken to the highest institution of the nation and we would work for it to achieve before 2020.
MORAL FROM THE TOPIC IS THAT:- We should take the responsibility to make India a developed nation because youth is the future of the nation.
On the evening of February 24, 2007, at Coimbatore, he had a very beautiful experience. As he got ready for meeting the first person out of twenty appointments, a wheel chair was in sight with a smiling person probably in his late fifties; unfortunately he has no hands and legs. His radiant face was revealing his happy state of mind. He introduced himself as Vidwan Coimbatore SR Krishna Murthy. he greeted him and asked him how this had happened. He smilingly said that it was from by birth. He thanked God, his parents, teachers and many others for giving him confidence, training and help. he asked him, what I could do for you? He said, I don't need anything from you. I would like to sing in front of you?. he readily agreed. He sang melodiously the Saint Thyagraja's Pancha ratna kriti entharo mahanubavulu in Sriragam giving him a glimpse of his talent.
MORAL FROM THE TOPIC IS THAT:1.Every person should have a positive attitude to make their life better. 2.We also have to give the inspiration to the physically challenged people.
My mother called me Blue Nile I am also named by mother White Nile When we grew and grew we asked Oh mother! Oh Mother! Tell us, why did you name us Nile Our mothers said lovingly Oh our children! You travel and travel Cross mountains, forests and valleys Thousands of miles, enriching nine countries you reach Khartoum You Blue and White Niles confluence with a mission, God has commanded you to give a message You give a beautiful message. When we rivers confluence Oh humanity! Why not your hearts confluence And you blossom with happiness.
Human flight is nothing but creativity of human mind and it undergoes several struggles to achieve excellence. In 1895, a great well-known scientist Lord Kelvin, who was the President of Royal Society of London said, "any thing heavier than air cannot fly, and cannot be flown." Within a decade, Wright Brothers proved man could fly of course at heavy risk and cost. On the successful completion of Moon Mission in 1969, Von Braun, a very famous rocket designer, who built Saturn-V, to launch the capsule with astronauts and made moon walk a reality, in 1975 said "If I am authorized, I will remove the word impossible".
MORAL FROM THE TOPIC IS THAT:- If a person is having strong desire to do any thing,nothing is impossible for him.
I was touched by the variety of Indian panorama, emotional content of the tune, cultural diversity and unity of minds in the vast land of ours. I have cited these examples just to give a glimpse of the richness of our tradition and effort being taken by different agencies to preserve it. There are also many new adventures by institutions and individuals. I have experienced many of them and learnt a lot about my country and our people. Even while pursuing our economic growth, we need to do a lot to preserve the rich and diverse treasures of our culture and civilization. It is our duty for our future generations. This has to be done in a much larger scale through countrywide participation of multiple institutions. Our country is blessed with natural resources, has shown considerable progress in the last sixty years, and above all we have hard working people particularly the power of the 540 million youth of the country. Every sector of our country has given me the confidence that India can become a developed nation well before 2020. Whomsoever, I met they constantly ask what they can give to the nation. We should constantly strive to empower such members of the society. With this spirit, I am extremely happy that we are on the right path. Here I am reminded of a famous poem: ---
"When you wish upon a star, Makes no difference who you are, Anything your heart desires, Will come to you? This poem is true to all of us, and particularly for our youth and if they aim great, I am sure they will reach close to the target or the target.
MORAL FROM THE TOPIC IS THAT:- The tradition and culture of Indiais in the hands of youth.
He happened to see in the book stall, Five Minds for the Future written by Howard Gardner. His curiosity and desire increased to go into the details of this book; particularly in the todays world environment of social conflicts, political violence and impact of globalization and above all the youth of the world have a question where their lives are heading. He convinced with the multireligious background of our nation, the future definitely needs these capacities to be built in the minds of the youth. He studied the five minds of the future based on his understanding: ---
1. Disciplinary mind: -Disciplinary minds require the mastery of major schools of thought that may include science, mathematics, history and religion. Apart from this the disciplinary mind has to be enriched with expertise in at least one professional field. Research confirms that it takes up to 10 years to master a discipline. This mind also knows how to work steadily overtime to improve skill and understand.
2.Synthesizing mind: -What is needed is the ability to integrate ideas from different disciplines or spheres into an integrated system and communicate the synthesized thoughts. With the increasing volume of information in the present day world, capacity to synthesize assumes great importance.
3. Creating mind:- It is essential to build capacity to uncover and create solutions to new problems, questions and phenomena. For examples on creativity, in general we look for leaders, rather than managers.
4.Respectful mind:- It is a uniquely developed mind, a mature mind that has awareness and appreciation for differences among human beings. The capacity built in the respectful mind, leads to understand other persons on their own terms with mutual trust. In the world where we are, all interlinked and need to maintain working relationship, intolerance is no longer a viable option.
5. Ethical mind:- It is indeed a built-in-capacity for fulfilling once responsibility as a worker and as a citizen simultaneously, It will essentially lead to work with integrity and succeed with integrity.
MORAL FROM THE TOPIC IS THAT:1. With these five types of minds, a person will be well equipped to deal with what is expected as well as what cannot be anticipated. 2. Nurturing all the five minds is possible, if you build the following five capacities among the youth. What are those five capacities? The five capacities are: research and inquiry, creativity and innovation, use of high technology, entrepreneurial and moral leadership are the five capacities required to be built through the education process.