Engineer’s day 2017 is observed in the memory of Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, one of the greatest engineers India has possessed. He is the chief engineer is responsible for constructing Krishna Raja Sagara dam in Madhya district. M. Visvesvaraya is the key person behind many iconic constructions of India. He was born on 15th September which is celebrated as National Engineer’s Day.
M Visvesvaraya has received the India’s Prestigious Award Bharat Ratna in 1955 for his services to the Country. People who are waiting to wish their friends, families and your engineering classmates, we are providing you Engineering Day 2017 Wishes Greetings, quotes. Click on your favourite one and send greetings to your loved ones. In this site, we are providing engineers Day 2017 wishes, quotes, greetings so that you will spread the greatness of engineers.
As we know, today’s world of technology is just running on engineer’s knowledge. So we have to appreciate every engineer who had worked to build dams, in discovering new phones, cars, and much more on 15th September.
We build the world (Civil Engineer.)
We build the magic world (Computer Engineer)
We connect the world (Electronics & Communication Engineer.)
We are the powers of world (Electrical Engineer)
We move the world (Mechanical Engineer)
Some personalities who made their mark in the pages of national engineering history:
Satyendra Nath Bose
Satyendra Nath Bose was a specialist in theoretical physics. He is known for his work on quantum mechanics and for his theory of the Bose-Einstein condensate. Bose was born in Calcutta in 1894, became a fellow of the Royal Society and was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 1954.
Satish Dhawan was an aerospace engineer who was born in 1920 and is known as the father of experimental fluid dynamics research in India. Dhawan was a graduate of the University of Punjab in Lahore who then went on to study at the University of Minnesota and the California Institute of Technology. He even completed a double PPh.D.in mathematics and aerospace engineering and was the chairman of ISRO until 1984.
Chatterjee was Karnataka’s first woman engineer and served as a professor and, later, the chairperson of the department of electro-communicating engineering at IISc Bangalore. She was born in 1922 and studied at the Central College of Bangalore and Mysore University. She and her husband, Sisir Kumar Chatterjee, were the first in India to research on microwave engineering and build a microwave research laboratory.
C Kumar N Patel
Born in 1938 in Baramati, Maharashtra, Patel is an electrical engineer who developed the carbon dioxide laser which is now widely used in various industries. He studied at the University of Pune and Stanford University and was later awarded National Medal of Science by former US president Bill Clinton for his contributions to quantum electronics and the invention of the carbon dioxide laser.
The first woman of Indian origin in space, Kalpana Chawla left the world in awe as she flew on Space Shuttle Columbia in 1997. She was born in 1962, got her bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering from Punjab Engineering College in Chandigarh before she moved to the US for a Master of Science and a PhD in aerospace engineering after which she joined NASA.