International Engineers Day 2020: know why this day is celebrated, and how to celebrate this day
Hello Friends, International Engineers Day is celebrated every year on 15 September. This day is the birthday of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya who was a great engineer. Hence this day was dedicated in the name of Engineers Day to pay tribute to him. Today, the name of the engineer is in every region of the world. M. Visvesvaraya has contributed to the success of many important works.
Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya was awarded the Bharat Ratna in 1955 for his outstanding work as a good engineer. On Engineer Day day, all the engineers of the world are honored. The great scientist, engineer of the country did much research for the development of the country.
This day is celebrated in the memory of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya:
Engineer Day is celebrated in the memory of our country’s famous engineer Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya and this day comes on the birthday of Mokshagundam Vishveshwaraya. The goal of celebrating this day is to inspire the youth of our country towards engineering careers and help them in contributing to the upliftment of our country.
How to celebrate this day: International Engineers Day
Everywhere has a different way of celebrating Engineers Day. All Engineers are congratulated on Engineer Day. The College of Engineering has programs. Nowadays social media, the phone is the most used for greeting. People send messages to each other. Poetry is performed in poetry, a program is organized to commemorate M Visvesvaraya.
Every year more than 20 lakh engineers are made in India:
Sir M. Visvesvaraya had built many rivers, dams, and bridges and changed the irrigation in India by implementing irrigation and drinking water systems across India. Let me tell you that about 20 lakh engineers are made in India every year. Every year in India computer manufactures electronics, civil electrical, technical, etc. M Visvesvaraya lived to make India better.