How did Abdul Kalam Die – Cause of Death
On July 15, 2018, at the age of 83 Kalam collapsed and died from cardiac arrest while giving a lecture at the Indian Institute of science Shillong, where he was buried with full state of honors in his hometown of Rameshwaram.
Abdul Kalam’s life Achievements –
A.P.J (Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam) born on October 15, 1931, in Rameshwaram India. He played a role as a scientist and as an Indian politician. Abdul Kalam involved in the development of India’s missile and nuclear weapons, from 2002 -2007. He was an 11th president of India succeeding K R Narayan.
He earned a degree in aeronautical engineering from madras, later he joined a defense research and development organization in 1958 after he moved to an Indian space research organization. He was a project director of SLV-III it was a satellite launch vehicle both produced and designed in India. In 1982, he earned the nickname ‘Missile Man’ due to the production of several successful missiles and among many successors. Agni was India’s first intermediate-range missile.
Next, he served as a scientific advisor to the defense minister from 1992-1997 and also served as a principal scientific advisor from 1999-2001.
Abdul Kalam’s family –
Abdul Kalam born in a Tamil Muslim family of Pamban island near Rameswaram, Jainulabdeen, and Ashiamma are parents. The father is a boat owner and mother housewife kalam was the youngest of four brothers. One sister in his family further her father business fails and her family becomes poor at a young age. For his family income, he sold news paper’s, usually average grades in her schools but he is brilliant and hard, working especially in mathematics spent more hours on his studies.
He finished her education at Schwartz high secondary school, Ramanathapuram, next he went to St. Joseph College in Thiruchirapalli. he graduated with physics in 1954 later he moved to Madras for higher education. While he was working on the project dean was dissatisfied with the lack of interest and he will threaten scholarship.
If the project was not completed in the next three days, he met the deadline placed in ninth qualifiers but only eight positions are there in IAF, he graduated from madras institute of technology he joined to aeronautical development establishment as a scientist started his carrier by designing a small hovercraft.
He got Padma Vibushan in 1990 and Bharatha Ratna in 1997 are two numerous also he wrote several books some of them are including his autobiography and wings of fire.