Personality trait characterized by an enduring and
consistent concern with setting and meeting high
standards of achievement. This need is influenced
by internal drive for action (intrinsic motivation),
and the pressure exerted by the expectations of
others (extrinsic motivation). Measured by thematic
appreciation tests, need for achievement motivates
an individual to succeed in competition, and to excel
in activities important to him or her.
2. Marie Skłodowska Curie (7
November 1867 – 4 July 1934) was
a Polish–French physicist–chemist
famous for her pioneering
research on radioactivity. She was
the first person honored with two
Nobel Prizes—in physics and
chemistry. She was the first female
professor at the University of
Paris. She was the first woman to
be entombed on her own merits
(in 1995) in the Paris Panthéon.
3. FOUNDER OF INDIAN NATIONAL ARMY-SUBASH CHANRA BOSE
Republic day parade True color of patriotism March in harmony
4. • FORMED INDIAN ARMY IN 1944 AND
ALSO KNOWN AS AZAD HIND FAUJ.
•BROUGHT IDEA OF FORCE THAN PEACE
AND NON –VIOLENCE.
Brave spirits-republic day Marching in rhythm
5. India's indigenous defence projects and Arjun MBT
INDIA'S INDIGENOUS MISSLE DEFENCE SYSTEM
•INDIA’S INDIGENOUS AIRCRAFT
•THIRD WAR BATTLE ELEMENT.
•ONLY COUNTRY OPERATING WITH
IT IN INDIAN OCEAN.
The organizations entrusted with the task of indigenization have a
number of achievements to their credit. Some of the noteworthy
achievements of the indigenization organizations are as follows: -
(i) A/C Maintainer’s safety belt,
(ii) Head Mounted inspection Lamp (HMIL),
(iii) Maintainers UV Protector
(iv) Interactive Ear defenders (IED),
(v) A/c Line party tool boxes,
(vi) Design SME boxes,
(vii) Flight Servicing Trolley,
8. Great achievement is usually born
of great sacrifice, and is never the
result of selfishness.