- September 15 is denoted as Engineers’ Day in India, as recognition for Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, known as Sir MV.
- M Visvesvaraya is viewed as one of the preeminent country manufacturers, making wonders after present-day India was assembled.
September 15, 2021, marks his 160th birth commemoration; at this event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union home pastor Amit Shah and a few famous people in the nation overpaid their reverences to the legislator and wished the country a cheerful Engineers Day.
As PM Narendra Modi tweeted:
“Good tidings on Engineers Day to every single persevering architect,” the Prime Minister tweeted. “No words are sufficient to express gratitude toward them for their significant job in improving our planet and mechanically progressed.
Furthermore, I give proper respect to the astounding Shri M Visvesvaraya on his introduction to the world commemoration and review his achievements.”
As Amit Shah tweeted:
Association home priest Amit Shah stated, “Recognitions for Sir M Visvesvaraya Ji, a productive designer and a motivation to individuals from varying backgrounds on his Jayanti.”
“Designers Day good tidings to our splendid specialists who are continually endeavouring towards the vision of Atmanirbhar Bharat through their stunning advancements,” he added.
According to the IEI:
M Visvesvaraya is viewed as one of the preeminent country manufacturers, making wonders after present-day India was assembled. He was alluded to as the ‘forerunner of monetary arranging in India’, as indicated by the Institution of Engineers India (IEI).
M Visvesvaraya is otherwise called ‘VM Sir’ because of his different commitments to designing and is a training pioneer.
Visvesvaraya received a degree from Pune College of Engineering:
On September 15, 1861, Brought into the world in a little town called Muddenahalli in Karnataka, Visvesvaraya got a degree in structural designing from Pune College of Engineering.
His aptitude was in the fields of the water system and flood catastrophe the board. He rose to distinction with his influential works in these fields with current water system procedures like flood control and alleviation.
Visvesvaray designed the automatic barrier water floodgate:
He planned the ‘programmed boundary water conduits’ introduced in Pune in 1903 at the Khadakvasla repository.
He was the central specialist answerable for developing the Krishna Raja Sagar dam in the Mandya region of Karnataka and the main architect of the flood insurance framework for Hyderabad.
He likewise settled the renowned Government Engineering College, presently known as University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering, in 1917.
Visvesvaray knighted as KCIE:
He was knighted as a Knight Commander of the British Indian Empire (KCIE) by King George V for his commitments to the public great. M Visvesvaraya accepted India’s most elevated honour, the Bharat Ratna, in 1955.