Every year on September 15th, India celebrates National Engineer's Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.
Born in 1861, Sir Visvesvaraya made significant contributions to various engineering sectors, playing a pivotal role in modern India's growth.
Engineers' Day acknowledges the remarkable contributions engineers make to society and the importance of engineering in India's progress.
From the College of Science in Pune to leading major projects like the Krishna Raja Sagara Dam, Sir Visvesvaraya's journey is an inspiration.
Awarded the Bharat Ratna and the title of Knight Commander of the British Indian Empire, Sir MV's contributions are celebrated every year.
While the official theme for 2023 is yet to be announced, the focus remains on the sustainable contributions of engineers.
Engineers Day emphasizes the value of engineering in nation-building and serves as a reminder of the dedication engineers bring to society.
A day to honor, inspire, and motivate current and future engineers. Let's shape the world for a better tomorrow!