On the 84th Birth Anniversary of the Missile Man, People’s President, Late Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Bal Bhavan International School, in association with Forum for Awareness of National Security (FANS) decided to pay a well-deserved rich tribute to the departed soul. His love for teaching has been veiled to no one. Consequently, this day, 15 October, has been announced World Students’ Day by the U.N.O.
In homage to the Missile Man, FANS & BBIS cater to young aspirations from well esteemed schools of Delhi-NCR where more than a 3,000 students participated. To name a few, Maxfort School, Saraswati Model School, Adarsh World School, Mudgil Public School, N.K Bagrodia School and MRV School witnessed the event.
A colourful cultural programme was organized by the Bal Bhavan Parivar, in which the major attraction was the Nritya Natikaa ‘Mai Hoon Kalam’ illustrating the four stages of Kalam’s journey of life.
Dr. Jatinder Singh also motivated the audience through his inspirational address, where he emphasized on Kalam as a teacher and on his teachings. He stressed on the noble profession which gives shape to the dreams of youth. Only the teacher’s pain can ignite the student’s mind to achieve success.
The function was highly acclaimed by the chief guest and guest of honours. Students took pledge that they will abide to Kalam’s teachings which will always inspire and motivate to do constant hard work without worrying about circumstances.