World Students' Day is celebrated every year on October 15 in different countries of the world. The day, also known as World Students' Day, is a day of Bharat Ratna and former President Dr A.P.J. It is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Abdul Kalam. The United Nations Organization (U.N.O) declared his birthday as 'World Students' Day' on October 15, 2010.
On October 15, 2010, the United Nations Organization (UNO) awarded Dr A.P.J. It was announced to celebrate World Students' Day or World Students' Day on the 79th birth anniversary of Abdul Kalam. Since then, his birth anniversary is celebrated as World Students' Day every year. An ideal student is one who studies dedicatedly, practices honestly in school and at home, as well as participates in co-curricular activities. Every parent wants their child to become an ideal student who can be a source of inspiration for others.
Students are the future of the country, so it is very important to celebrate this day dedicated to them and praise the students. On World Students' Day, students are exposed to inspiring stories related to Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and his life and are motivated to move forward in life. By celebrating World Students' Day, we learn important lessons about life. The most important objective of celebrating World Students' Day is to give importance to students and understand their importance in society.