Very Short Questions from My Childhood

Very short questions or objective type questions with answers from My Childhood by A P J Abdul Kalam - Based on NCERT pattern - For the students of 9th class from Beehive

My Childhood

Q. Who has penned down this autobiography ?

Answer - A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

Q. Who was A. P. J. Abdul Kalam ?

Answer - Former Indian President

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Q. From which autobiography has My Childhood been taken ?

Answer - Wings of Fire

Q. Where was A. P. J. Abdul Kalam born ?

Answer - Rameswaram

Q. What is his father's name ?

Answer - Jainulabdeen

Q. What is his mother's name ?

Answer - Ashiamma

Q. How many brothers and sisters Abdul Kalam had ?

Answer - Brothers - Three

Sisters - One

Q. How old was Abdul Kalam when 2nd World War broke out ?

Answer - Eight years

Q. What is the name of his cousin ?

Answer - Samsuddin

Q. What would Abdul Kalam collect everyday ?

Answer - Tamarind seeds

Q. How much money did Abdul Kalam earn by selling tamarind seeds in the market ?

Answer - One anna ( About six paise )

Q. Who were his close friends in his childhood ?

Answer - Ramanandha Sastry, Aravindan and Sivaprakasan

Q. From where do his mother and grandmother tell him bed time stories when he was a child ?

Answer - Ramayana

Q. During which ceremony does Abdul Kalam's family arrange boats ?

Answer - Shri Sita Rama Kalyanam

Q. What does new teacher not like ?

Answer - Abdul Kalam's sitting with Ramanandha Sastry

Q. What was the name of Abdul Kalam's science teacher ?

Answer - Sivasubramania Iyer

Q. Where did Abdul Kalam study during India's freedom ?

Answer - Ramanathapuram

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