News is in air today is nation is paying their tribute to late President Dr A.P.J Abdul Kalam on his 84th birth anniversary. Sometimes words would not been enough. He was the pioneer in science and for the social cause. He didn’t marry throughout his life. For Kalam nation was always the first priority and then himself. He was the torchbearer for the world. Every word which he has spoken was the milestone. His journey was not easier at his childhood time. It was the full of trouble, he struggled it and he conquered by his strong will power and affirmation. Late A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is an Indian scientist and politician who served the country as president from 2002 to 2007. During his presidency he approached for so many social causes which tend to a better and develop India. Probably he was the most loving politician and personality ever always resided in the heart of science lovers and countryman. He developed an early fascination with flight by watching birds; he had a lifelong fascination with science interest developed in aeronautics. He died of a heart attack on July 27, 2015. He wrote a book named as Wings of fire (autobiography) and many others. But his book Wings of fire is quite famous among the peoples. He was set as an example to be like him. He always followed his ideals and morals which make him immortal. LNCT group of colleges pays tribute to Missile man (Abdul Kalam). He lived his entire life with simplicity. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam was born into a Muslim family on October 15, 1931. We wish if there would be another like him because our nation and its peoples always are indebted for his contribution in making world better. LNCT Group of colleges Indore and Bhopal expressed their gratitude on this occasion. PM Narendra Modi called him Rashtra Ratna of India. Title which he entitled is remarkable. He believed in innovation and he had taken so many steps to create modern India. LNCT Group salutes to Missile man on his birth anniversary for his dream which he had seen for the India. For more Information please visit LNCT News.