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President Kalam calls for more creative leadership

President A P J Abdul Kalam today said that the country needs creative leadership who would be more as a coach and mentor.

New Delhi, May 11 : President A P J Abdul Kalam today said that the country needs creative leadership who would be more as a coach and mentor.

Speaking at the Technology Day Awards function here today, President Kalam said, "For a prosperous and developed India, the important thrust will be on the growth in the number of creative leaders in every laboratory, institution, every industry, every department and finally every organization in the ministry."

Highlighting the recent missions of the PSLV as important technological breakthrough which would be highly useful for the country's commercial purpose, President commended the anti missile defence system developed by defence scientists.

The recent PSLV missions included PSLV-C7 Mission that also involved Space capsule Recovery Experiment (SRE) and successful launching of PSLV C8 for international customer.

Terming the 2006 successful missile defence test as "important technological milestone achieved by our defence scientists," Kalam said, "This is a major achievement for our country as the test involved the development and integration of many technologies, based on the work of a large number of teams. This has been made possible because of the continuous development by DRDO in various missile systems in close collaboration with industry, other national research laboratories and academic institutions."

He also urged the industries to take up concept to complete programme based on their core competence for producing goods and services which would have large impact both nationally and internationally.


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