Dhahan Annual Lecture by Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam at Carleton University





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Published on Oct 11, 2012

Inaugural Bugh Singh and Kashmir Kaur Dhahan Lecture
"Birth of Enlightened Society"
By H.E. Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, 11th President of India and distinguished scientist

Hosted by the Canada-India Centre for Excellence
in Science, Technology, Trade and Policy
at Carleton University
Ottawa, ON, Canada
October 3rd 2012

About the Speaker:
Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam became the 11th president of India on July 25, 2002. He resigned from office after five eventful years. His goal is the transformation of India into a developed nation by 2020 by focusing on the constructive networking and excellent human resources needed for an economically developed, prosperous and peaceful society. For more info: http://www.abdulkalam.com

About the Canada-India Centre for Excellence:
Canada and India share a strong commitment to education, the environment, health and science. Both view technology as a means to solve problems and to advance economic development. Celebrating these common goals and the mutual desire to build trade partnerships and scientific and cultural links, Carleton University has established, in collaboration with the India High Commission and community members, the Canada-India Centre for Excellence in Science, Technology, Trade and Policy.
The Centre, located in the university's new River Building, is bringing together key members of the academic, business and public policy communities in bothcountries to provide cutting-edge research, analysis, training and exchanges. Details about the Centre are available at: http://www.carleton.ca/india
For more info: india@carleton.ca

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