Engineer's Day is celebrated on 15th Sept. of every year to mark the birth anniversary of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.
Engineers like to solve problems.
If there are no problems handily available,
they will create their own problems.
Happy Engineers Day!
Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya : A strong personality -
On Indian Engineer's Day, the nation remembers the contributions of Visvesvaraya to society.
Previously he was an assistant engineer in the Public Works Department of the Govt. of Bombay and made significant contributions to many technical projects in Mysore, Hyderabad, Odisha, and Maharashtra. He was appointed as the Diwan of Mysore in 1912 and as a chief engineer, he constructed the famous Krishna Raja Sagara Dam Mysore.
-He was known for his tremendous irrigation techniques and intense flood disaster management skills.
-He had written various books, such as 'Reconstructing India' and 'Planned Economy of India'.
The Theme of Engineer's Day 2021
Engineer's Day 2021 is based on the theme of 'Engineering for A Healthy Planet- Celebrating the UNESCO Engineering Report'.
Kavishala pays tribute to all the Engineers of the World to make it a better place for mankind:-
Arrives at the drawing
Makes design from drawing
Design When comes to field
It joins humanity
Engineer's from here
Engineer a true secular
Its purpose is relative to humanity
Irrespective of America or Iran
Measure is the same everywhere
This is his religion & faith.
Earth, Sky, and Sea
Made the possibilities
Everywhere was he
Realities to him
Can not hide for a moment
That's where he becomes
A machine only
Involved in consciousness
Efficiency becomes everything
Eating, drinking, living
There is no avoiding them
Mountains, plains, sea
Becomes his home
Same for him
Engineer is complete global
Where he finds interesting work
Becomes a citizen there.
A Poet and an Engineer :
Amitava Bhattacharyya - He majorly works on translations, and writes poetry and articles for magazines in Kolkata. Amitava Bhattacharya's habit of writing had developed from a young age. In his college days, he wrote verse which was later published in a book titled Prachchhadey Antaralaye. He is also a Civil Engineer by profession.