September 16, 2020

Who is Sir Visvesvaraya ? 7 Skills we should learn on engineer's day 15 September

 Who was Sir Visvesvaraya?

In a small story of Sir Visvesvaraya, A man with ordinary clothes and a turban on his head was traveling on a train with the Britishers, they laughed at him and started making fun of him because he was an Indian.

Train Story Of Visvesvaraya | Train

Suddenly he stopped the running train by pulling the chain, the people traveling on the train got angry and the Britishers started bullying him. Suddenly a guard came in the boogie and asked him why the train was stopping, the man answered "the Railtrack is broken further", a guard asked why do you think so? 

So man answered, "I have experienced the train's speed is usual but there is sound from the rail track which is not safe". Guard took the man with him after seeing the Railtrack the guard was shocked by his interpretation, there was a crack in the track on which the train would be passing on. If this man would not be on the train then each one on the train would have been met with an accident. Knowing the proficiency of this man members of the train started appreciating his knowledge. And the man who stopped the train was none other than SIR VISVESVARAYA.

Where did Sir  Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya were born?

Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya | Great personality | Great Engineer
Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya

Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya was born in Muddenahalli on 15 September 1861. He studied at the college of engineering Pune and was an Indian Civil Engineer who constructed many well-designed drainage systems in Mumbai. Master of the field, was awarded Bharat Ratna in 1955. He was appointed as 19th Diwan of Mysore. Later appointed as Knight Commander of the British Empire (KCIE). The college was built in Nagpur and named Sir Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology(VIT). Sir dead on 14 April 1962.

Why is Engineers day celebrated?

The birth anniversary of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya is celebrated as Engineers Day. He is also known as the Father of Indian Engineering because of his enormous contribution and innovations in the field of engineering and the development of society. One of the finest engineers in the country. From that day Engineers Day is celebrated on 15th September in the name of Sir Visvesvaraya.

7 Skills we should learn from Sir Visvesvaraya

  1. Leadership
  2. Technical Knowledge
  3. Creativity 
  4. Adaptability
  5. Collaboration
  6. Management
  7. Communication 

One last thing we should remember is always be ground to earth and never shows off our skills. If you know teach it to others.

At Its Heart, Engineering Is About Using Science To Find Creative, Practical Solutions. It Is A Noble Profession.

Sir M Visvesvaraya 

                                             HAPPY ENGINEER'S DAY 

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