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Introduction:

Engineer day is celebrated in all over to India to tribute the services given by prominent engineers of the country. It is the birth day of eminent Indian engineer  Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya, who is a chief engineer in Mysore. To commemorate the work and dedication of engineers many events takes place all around the country.

Time to celebrate:

The Engineers Day is celebrated on 15th September every year.

Description:

The Engineers Day is celebrated whole wide in the country as the country has got an eminent and precious jewel in form of engineer, Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya who was born in 1860 and got his education from University of Pune. He served as the chief engineer during construction of Krishna Raja Sagara on the Kaveri River near Mysore. He also built many dams in the Bombay presidency (present-day Maharashtra). The dams built by him are still functional today, a testimony to his brilliance, skill, honesty and dedication. So 15 September, Engineer’s Day 2010, 150 years since a legend was born, is quite a remarkable tribute to the greatest Indian Engineer M. Visvesvarayya. who was awarded by the highest civilian award of India, the Bharat Ratna.

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Date:
15 September
Time:
5:00 am
Cost:
Free
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