Happy Engineer’s Day 2020: The delivery anniversary of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, one among India’s biggest engineers is well known yearly as Engineer’s Day. Popularly referred to as ‘Sir MV’, he was awarded the Bharat Ratna in 1955 for his immense contribution to India’s early infrastructure improvement, schooling and social welfare. M Visvesvaraya was born in 1861 at Chikkaballapur, on the outskirts of Bengaluru. Both his mother and father had been well-known Sanskrit students. M Visvesvaraya did his major schooling in his hometown however later moved to Bengaluru for increased schooling. After finishing his undergraduate diploma in Arts, M Visvesvaraya modified observe and went for a level in civil engineering from the College of Engineering in Pune.
Happy Engineer’s Day 2020: Leaders pay homage to Sir M Visvesvaraya
Senior ministers of the Narendra Modi cupboard paid tribute to Sir M Visvesvaraya right now. Union Home Minister Amit Shah described him as an excellent engineer and statesman. On Engineer’s Day, Mr Shah greeted India’s “talented and skilled engineers who have contributed significantly in the development of nation”
Tributes to prolific engineer & statesman, Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya on his jayanti.
On #EngineersDay, I salute our gifted & expert engineers who’ve contributed considerably within the improvement of nation. India is pleased with their pioneering works all the world over. pic.twitter.com/kW19M5nJpW
— Amit Shah (@AmitShah) September 15, 2020
Railways and Industry minister Piyush Goyal wrote on Twitter, “Tributes to Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya on his birth anniversary. An exemplary engineer and a great nation builder, he also played a crucial role in expanding Railway lines in parts of Southern India…”.
Tributes to Bharat Ratna Sir M. Visvesvaraya on his delivery anniversary.
An exemplary engineer and an excellent nation builder, he additionally performed a vital position in increasing Railway strains in elements of Southern India.
Best needs to all engineers on #EngineersDay. pic.twitter.com/9VUyPLyYNU
— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) September 15, 2020
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, in her tribute to M Visvesvaraya, stated, “Remembering Bharat Ratna M. Visvesvaraya on his birthday celebrated as Engineer’s Day… Extraordinary contribution to infrastructure building – during pre and post independence India in the Deccan, Mysore, Pune etc…”.
Remembering Bharat Ratna M. Visvesvaraya on his birthday celebrated as #EngineersDay. Extraordinary contribution to infrastructure building- throughout Pre & Post independence India within the Deccan, Mysore, Pune and many others. Singular contribution to excellence in engineering. Inspirational.
— Nirmala Sitharaman (@nsitharaman) September 15, 2020
Prakash Javadekar paid his respect to M Visvesvaraya and posted a video of “one of the engineering marvels” – India’s first vertical raise railway sea bridge.
Engineers type the spine of any society.On #EngineersDay ,I pay wealthy tributes to the visionary & pioneering engineer, Shri M. Visvesvaraya.
Have a have a look at one of many engineering marvel being constructed by the engineers of #NewIndia – India’s 1st vertical raise railway sea bridge. pic.twitter.com/z2BNVDhmxB
— Prakash Javadekar (@PrakashJavdekar) September 15, 2020
“Tributes to legendary engineer, Bharat Ratna, M Visvesvaraya on his birth anniversary and best wishes to all engineers on Engineer’s Day…,” Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot wrote on social media.
Tributes to legendary engineer,Bharat Ratna, Sh M. Visvesvaraya on his delivery anniversary & finest needs to all engineers on #EngineersDay.
Our engineers contribute immensely in nation constructing wd their ingenuity & improvements & convey abt transformational modifications,resulting in progress.
— Ashok Gehlot (@ashokgehlot51) September 15, 2020
M Visvesvaraya was one of many first in India to consider irrigation methods and flood catastrophe administration. He turned well-known for his pioneering work in flood management measures. As the Diwan of Mysore, M Visvesvaraya based the Mysore Soap Factory, Bangalore Agricultural University, State Bank of Mysore and Mysore Iron and Steel Works. The corporations supplied employment to hundreds of individuals. He additionally based the Government Engineering College, now often known as University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering.
Here’s wishing you a Happy Engineer’s day 2020!