Engineers Day 2020: भारत भर में इंजीनियरिंग समुदाय महानतम भारतीय अभियंता व भारत रत्न मोक्षगुंडम विश्वेश्वरा को श्रद्धांजलि के रूप में हर साल 15 सितंबर को इंजीनियर्स दिवस मनाता है। इंजीनियर्स दिवस 2020 का विषय “एक देवता में इंजीनियरों की भूमिका” है। मोक्षगुंडम विश्वेश्वरा का जन्म 15 सितंबर 1861 को चिककाबल्लपुर के पास महेदाहल्ली में हुआ था। वह भारत के सबसे प्रभावशाली सिविल इंजीनियर , बांध निर्माता, अर्थशास्त्री, राजनेता, और पिछली शताब्दी के सबसे प्रमुख में गिना जा सकता है| वह मुख्य अभियंता थे जो मैसूर में कृष्णा राजा सगार बांध के निर्माण के साथ-साथ हैदराबाद शहर के लिए बाढ़ संरक्षण प्रणाली के मुख्य डिजाइनर के रूप में जिम्मेदार थे।
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Anchoring Script on Engineers Day
A world without an engineer is just like a bike without wheels. Today happens to be the 147th birthday of one of the great sons of India. September 15th is designated as Engineers Day. I would like to share with you some interesting snippets from the life of the great man. Any state should be lucky to have a minister of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya’s ability. How many such selfless patriots’ do we have? Free India honors great servants of the country every year by awarding titles. The highest of this award is ‘Bharata Ratna’. In 1955 Visvesvaraya was made a ‘Bharata Ratna’, the Gem of India. He was a gem of mankind itself.
Visvesvaraya was a genius. The Block System which he invented, the automatic doors which he devised to stop wasteful overflow of water, the water supply and drainage system which he planned for the city of Aden – these won high praise from engineers all over the world. His memory was an amazing as genius. We saw how in 1908 he tamed the Moosa. Fifty years later, one day, there was a discussion about the river, and he referred to some detail. In 1906-07, Government of India sent him to Africa to study water supply and drainage system and the project prepared by him was implemented in Eden successfully. He was a very great engineer in India and the first engineer too.
How did Visvesvaraya use his genius and his extraordinary memory? This is the important question. He was never late by a minute and he never wasted a minute. Once a minister was late by three minutes; MV advised him to be punctual. A man should do any work he undertakes methodically – that was his firm faith. Every man should understand his responsibility and do his best – which was the essence of his teaching. He practiced this very honestly, and there are hundreds of instances to show this. Until he was confined to his bed he was very particular about his clothes. Even when he was 95, people who went to see him were surprised – he was so carefully and neatly dressed. He once said “Remember, your work may be; to only sweep a railway crossing, but it is your duty to keep it so clean, that no other crossing in the world is as clean as yours”
A hundred such instances of his discipline and devotion to work can be listed. He once said, “The curse of our country is laziness. At first sight everyone seems to be working. But in fact, one man works and the others simply watch him. As someone said with contempt, ‘it looks as if five men are working. But really only one-man works. One man will be doing nothing. One man will be resting. Another man will be watching them. Yet another man will be helping these three.” It all seems to be a lol situation.
The dams built by him are still functional even today, a testimony to his brilliance, skill, honesty and dedication. So 15th of September, Engineer’s Day 2012, is quite a remarkable tribute to the greatest Indian Engineer Bharat Ratna M. Visvesvarayya. After him, reaching his admirable destiny; through his kind heart and intellectual brain in all directions; so he could finally sleep in peace on 14th April 1962. We miss him ever and never such a person in the world is seen.
Engineering Community in India is celebrating Engineers Day on every 15th September. Now at 2012 number of Engineers rising in various Engineering branches is very high. Even Engineers number in India grows, it’s sad to say that Engineers doesn’t have much knowledge about this day.
The Engineering Community across India is celebrating Engineers Day every year. If we ask the date of celebrations to Engineering students they may kill them by asking…Engineers Day, what? We don’t hear etc.etc. We can’t find any fault in these engineering students behavior, because a most percentage of colleges never celebrate this occasion.
National level organizations like The Institutions of Engineers (India) conduct meets and events on this occasion. Considering global awareness on climate change and realizing Engineers’ role in economic development and environmental responsibility, it is dedicating the 147th Engineer’s Day to “Appropriate Climate-Responsive Technologies for Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development”. Engineers Day should be celebrated in all the Technical Institutions. Importance of the day is to be made known to all budding Engineers by conducting more of exhibitions, seminars, Talks, demos, and sharing experiences of practicing successful Technocrats etc.
Engineering is not merely to know and being knowledgeable, like a walking encyclopedia; engineering is not merely analysis; engineering is not merely the possession of the capacity to get elegant solutions to non-existent engineering problems; engineering is practicing the art of the organized forcing of technological change. The ideal engineer is a composite. He is not a scientist, he is not a mathematician, he is not a sociologist or a writer; but he may use the knowledge and techniques of any; or all of these disciplines in solving engineering problems. Engineers operate at the interface between science and society. Engineers like to solve problems. If there are no problems handily available, they will create their own problems and will develop a number of ways to solve them.
Now lakhs of Engineering graduates coming out every year from various parts of the country. Colleges should celebrate this day with seminars about past to present scenario in Indian Engineering. Engineers Day should be a day in which all zested minds in Engineering sector should be treated with zealous by the authorities. Other-wise this day will disappear from the history, as time passes. With this hope let’s celebrate the day with all our efforts into this auspicious day.
Anchoring Script in Hindi for Engineers Day
एक इंजीनियर के बिना एक दुनिया बस के पहिये के बिना एक मोटर साइकिल की तरह है. आज भारत के महान सपूतों में से एक की 152th जन्मदिन होना होता है. 15 सितंबर इंजीनियर्स दिवस के रूप में नामित है. मैं महान आदमी के जीवन से आप के साथ कुछ दिलचस्प टुकड़े साझा करना चाहते हैं. किसी राज्य सर Mokshagundam विश्वेश्वरैया की क्षमता के एक मंत्री के लिए भाग्यशाली होना चाहिए. हम कितने ऐसे निस्वार्थ देशभक्तों ‘की क्या ज़रूरत है? नि: भारत खिताब देने से हर साल देश के महान सेवकों सम्मान. इस पुरस्कार के सर्वोच्च ‘भरत रत्न’ है. 1955 में विश्वेश्वरैया एक ‘भरत रत्न’, भारत का रत्न बनाया गया था. उन्होंने कहा कि मानव जाति के ही एक मणि थी.
भारत रत्न सर Mokshagundam विश्वेश्वरैया, KCIE उन्होंने भारतीय गणतंत्र के सर्वोच्च सम्मान भारत रत्न से सम्मानित, 1955 में उन्होंने एक कमांडर के रूप में नाइट की उपाधि दी गई थी गया था एक उल्लेखनीय भारतीय इंजीनियर, विद्वान, राजनेता और 1919 1912 के दौरान मैसूर के दीवान था सार्वजनिक अच्छा करने के लिए अपने असंख्य योगदान के लिए किंग जॉर्ज पंचम द्वारा भारतीय साम्राज्य की. हर साल, 15 सितम्बर उसकी स्मृति में भारत में अभियंता दिवस के रूप में मनाया जाता है. उन्होंने कहा कि भारत के पहले और पूर्व प्रख्यात इंजीनियर के रूप में उच्च संबंध में आयोजित किया जाता है. उन्होंने कहा कि हैदराबाद शहर के लिए बाढ़ सुरक्षा प्रणाली के मुख्य डिजाइनर था.
प्रारंभिक वर्ष: विश्वेश्वरैया बंगलौर, भारत से, Muddenahalli गांव में श्रीनिवास शास्त्री और Venkachamma 40 मील की दूरी पर पैदा हुआ था. उनका परिवार Vaidiki Mulukanadu उप जाति का एक Smartha ब्राह्मण परिवार था. वास्तव में अपने पूर्वजों वास्तव में वर्तमान आंध्र प्रदेश के प्रकाशम जिले में Giddalur पास, गांव Mokshagundam के थे, और कुछ तीन सदियों पहले मैसूर गए थे. परिवार का नाम “Mokshagundam”, आंध्र प्रदेश के साथ अपने जुड़ाव की स्मृति को बरकरार रखता है. उनके पिता एक संस्कृत विद्वान और एक आयुर्वेदिक चिकित्सक होने के अलावा हिंदू Dharmashastras (धर्मशास्त्र), पर एक अधिकार था. विश्वेश्वरैया यह हुआ जब परिवार कुरनूल में था 15 साल की उम्र में अपने पिता को खो दिया, और बाद वहाँ वापस Muddenahalli में ले जाया गया. सर एम.वी. Chikballapur में भाग लिया प्राथमिक स्कूल और बैंगलोर में हाई स्कूल. वह अपनी बी.ए. अर्जित 1881 में मद्रास विश्वविद्यालय से और बाद में विज्ञान, पुणे के कॉलेज में सिविल इंजीनियरिंग का अध्ययन किया.
किसी राज्य विश्वेश्वरैया की क्षमता के एक मंत्री के लिए भाग्यशाली होना चाहिए. किसी भी वेतन एक ऐसी प्रतिभा के लिए बहुत अधिक हो सकता है? महाराजा के सचिव एमवी का वेतन उठाया जाना चाहिए कि महाराजा करने का सुझाव दिया; वह एमवी सलाह नहीं ली थी. विश्वेश्वरैया इसके बारे में पता चला. उन्होंने कहा कि वह वृद्धि नहीं चाहता था कह रही है कि महाराजा को लिखा था.
भद्रावती फैक्टरी मुसीबत में था जब कुछ समय के लिए, वह अध्यक्ष के रूप में काम किया. उस समय, सरकार वेतन तय नहीं किया था. यह ऐसा करने के लिए कुछ साल लग गए; सरकार एक लाख रुपए से ज्यादा उसे होता था. लेकिन वह भी एक रुपया नहीं छुआ. उन्होंने कहा, “लड़कों कुछ पेशे सीख सकते हैं, जहां एक संस्थान शुरू करो.”, सरकार से कहा
संस्थान का काम शुरू करने के बारे में था. सरकार विश्वेश्वरैया के बाद यह नाम करना चाहता था. लेकिन उन्होंने कहा, “मैसूर के महाराजा के बाद यह नाम. ने कहा,” इस बैंगलोर के श्री जयचमराजा पॉलिटेक्निक संस्थान है.
Anchoring Script in English for Engineers Day
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A world without an engineer is just like a bike without wheels. Today happens to be the 152th birthdayof one of the great sons of India. September 15th is designated as Engineers Day. I would like to share with you some interesting snippets from the life of the great man. Any state should be lucky to have a minister of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya’s ability. How many such selfless patriots’ do we have? Free India honors great servants of the country every year by awarding titles. The highest of this award is ‘Bharata Ratna‘. In 1955 Visvesvaraya was made a ‘Bharata Ratna’, the Gem of India. He was a gem of mankind itself.
Bharat Ratna Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, KCIE was a notable Indian engineer, scholar, statesman and the Diwan of Mysore during 1912 to 1919. He was a recipient of the Indian Republic’s highest honour, the Bharat Ratna, in 1955. He was knighted as a Commander of the Indian Empire by King George V for his myriad contributions to the public good. Every year, 15 September is celebrated as Engineer’s Day in India in his memory. He is held in high regard as the first and pre-eminent engineer of India. He was the chief designer of the flood protection system for the city of Hyderabad.
Early years : Visvesvaraya was born to Srinivasa Sastry and Venkachamma in Muddenahalli village, 40 miles from Bangalore, India. His family was a Smartha Brahmin family of the Vaidiki Mulukanadu sub-caste. In fact his ancestors actually belonged to Mokshagundam village, near Giddalur in the Prakasam district of present-day Andhra Pradesh, and had migrated to Mysore some three centuries ago. The family name “Mokshagundam”, preserves the memory of his association with Andhra Pradesh. His father was a Sanskrit scholar and an authority on Hindu Dharmashastras (theology), besides being an Ayurvedic practitioner. Visvesvaraya lost his father at the age of 15. The family was in Kurnool when this happened, and moved back to Muddenahalli there after. Sir M.V. attended primary school in Chikballapur and high school in Bangalore. He earned his B.A. from Madras University in 1881 and later studied civil engineering at the College of Science, Pune.
Any state should be lucky to have a minister of Visvesvaraya’s ability. Would any salary be too high for such a genius? The Maharaja’s secretary suggested to the Maharaja that MV’s salary should be raised; he had not consulted MV. Visvesvaraya came to know about it. He wrote to the Maharaja saying that he did not want a rise.
For sometime, when the Bhadravati Factory was in trouble, he worked as the Chairman. At that time, the Government had not decided the salary. It took some years to do so; the Government owed him more than a hundred thousand rupees. But he did not touch a rupee even. He told the Government, “Start an institute where boys can learn some profession.”
The Institute was about to start work. The Government wanted to name it after Visvesvaraya. But he said, “Name it after the Maharaja of Mysore.” This is the Sri Jayachamaraja Polytechnic Institute of Bangalore.
How many such selfless patriots’ do we have?
Free India honors great servants of the country every year by awarding titles. The highest of this award is ‘Bharata Ratna’. In 1955 Visvesvaraya was made a ‘Bharata Ratna’, the Gem of India. He was a gem of mankind itself.
Visvesvaraya was a genius. The Block System which he invented, the automatic doors which he devised to stop wasteful overflow of water, the water supply and drainage system which he planned for the city of Aden – these won high praise from engineers all over the world. The Krishnarajasagara Dam is a brilliant proof of his genius.
His memory was an amazing as his genius. We saw how in 1908 he tamed the Moosa. Fifty years later, one day, there was a discussion about the river, and he referred to some detail.
Then he called a servant and, pointing to a bookshelf, said, “Bring the three or four books in the middle of the third row.” Then he opened one of them and pointed to the detail under discussion on one page. He was 96 or 97 when this happened.
How did Visvesvaraya use his genius and his extraordinary memory? This is the important question. He was the embodiment of discipline and hard work. He was never late by a minute and he never wasted a minute. Once a minister was late by three minutes; MV advised him to be punctual. A man should do any work he undertakes methodically – that was his firm faith. Every man should understand his responsibility and do his best – which was the essence of his teaching. He practised this very honestly, and there are hundreds of instances to show this. Until he was Confined to his bed he was very particular about his clothes. Even when he was 95 people who went to see him were surprised – he was so carefully and neatly dressed.
Quite often he had to make speeches. Because of his genius, experience and mellow wisdom people wanted to hear him. But whenever he had to make a speech he would think about what he was going to say, write, the speech, get it typed and weigh every word and revise it. He would revise it four or five times and give it final shape. Then he would remember important points. Once he visited the Primary School in his native village, Muddenahalli; he gave the teacher ten rupees and asked him to distribute sweets to the children. The teacher said, “Please say a few words to the children, sir,” MV spoke for five minutes and went away. But later he was unhappy because he had spoken without preparation. Some days later he prepared a speech and went to the school again; once again he distributed sweets to the children.
Then he made his speech. In 1947 he was the President of the All India Manufacturers’ Association. He had to make a speech at a function. Some of his friends were staying with him. On the day of the function they woke up at half past four in the morning. What they saw astonished them; Sir MV, who was 87, was already up and faultlessly dressed; he was walking up and down; he had in his hands a copy of the speech he was to make and was carefully reading it!
In 1952 he went to Patna. He was to study a plan for a bridge across the Ganga. The sun was cruel and the heat unbearable. MV was 92. There were parts of the site to which he could not go by car. The Government had arranged to have him carried in a chair. MV did not use the chair; he got off the car and walked briskly. The Government had also arranged
for his stay in the GuestHouse. He would have been comfortable there. But he stayed in the railway coach and went on with the work.
A hundred such instances of his discipline and devotion to work can be listed. He once said, “The curse of our country is laziness. At first sight every one seems to be working. But in fact, one man works and the others watch him. As someone said with contempt, ‘it looks as if five men are working. But really only one-man works. One man will be doing nothing. One man will be resting. Another man will be watching them. Yet another man will be helping these three.”
Visvesvaraya was dedicated to work. He was also a man of spotless honesty. We saw how, as the Dewan, he refused to favor a relative. In 1918 he decided to give up the Dewanship. He had to give the Maharaja his letter. He went to the palace in the Government car. He returned in his own car. Those were days when people had to work by candlelight. MV
used, for official work, the stationery and the candles supplied by the Government; for his private work he used stationery and candles which he had bought. Once, one of his friends was advised rest after some illness. He wanted to spend some days in Bangalore. MV was the Dewan. The friend wrote to him asking for a house for some days. He thought the Dewan would give him a Government Guest House, free of rent. The Dewan gave him a Government House; but as long as the friend stayed there, the Dewan himself paid a rent of Rs. 250 a month.
MV had the courage of his convictions. He did what he thought was right and was not afraid of opposition. We have already seen how much he did for Mysore State. At every step he had to face opposition. The British, who were then the masters here, opposed him. Many Mysoreans could not understand his greatness. He was far-sighted; he could see what the
country would need fifty years later, a hundred years later. But the shortsighted and small-minded men made fun of him. Some of the officers under him thought he was not practical and laughed at him. He tried to give -the State a University. Colleges in Mysore State were then under Madras University. The Governor and high off icers of Madras were Englishmen., They did not want a University in an Indian state. Englishmen in Mysore State also opposed the Dewan. In fact, the principal of one college even said, “The Dewan is mad. He must be sent to a mental hospital.” Only because MV was firm, Mysore University was born.
Anchoring Script for Engineers Day in Marathi
अभियंताशिवाय जग हे फक्त चाकांशिवाय बाईकसारखे आहे. आज भारतातील महान मुलांपैकी 147 व्या वाढदिवस हे होते. 15 सप्टेंबर हा अभियंता दिन म्हणून नियुक्त केला जातो. मी आपल्याबरोबर महान व्यक्तीच्या जीवनातून काही मनोरंजक स्निपेट्स सामायिक करू इच्छितो. सर मोक्षगुंडम विश्वेश्वरैय्याची क्षमता असलेल्या कोणत्याही राज्याचे मंत्री असणे भाग्यशाली असावे. किती निस्सीम देशभक्त आहेत? दरवर्षी पुरस्कार देऊन मुक्त भारत देशाच्या महान सेवकांना सन्मानित करतो. या पुरस्काराचे सर्वोच्च ‘भरत रत्न’ आहे. 1 9 55 मध्ये विश्वेश्वरैया यांना ‘भारत रत्न’ असे नाव देण्यात आले होते. तो मानवजातीच्या स्वतःचा रत्न होता.
विश्वेश्वराय ही प्रतिभा आहे. ब्लॉक प्रणालीचा त्यांनी शोध लावला, त्याने स्वत: दारे, जे पाणी ओलांडून उधळत होते, पाणी पुरवठा आणि ड्रेनेज सिस्टीम जे त्याने आयन शहरासाठी योजिले होते ते थांबविण्यासाठी योजले – या सर्व जगभरातील अभियंतेंकडून उच्च प्रशंसा झाली. त्यांची स्मृती प्रतिभा म्हणून आश्चर्यकारक होती. आम्ही पाहिले कसे 1 9 08 मध्ये त्यांनी Moosa केले. पन्नास वर्षांनंतर, एक दिवस तिथे नदीबद्दल चर्चेची चर्चा झाली आणि त्याने काही गोष्टींचा उल्लेख केला. 1 9 06-07 मध्ये, भारत सरकारने त्यांना पाणीपुरवठा आणि निचरा व्यवस्थेचा अभ्यास करण्यासाठी आफ्रिकेला पाठवले आणि त्यांच्याद्वारे तयार करण्यात आलेला प्रकल्प ईडनमध्ये यशस्वीपणे अंमलात आला. ते भारतातील एक महान अभियंता होते आणि पहिले अभियंता देखील होते.
विश्वेश्वरैया आपल्या प्रतिभा आणि त्यांच्या असामान्य स्मृतीचा उपयोग कसा केला? हा महत्त्वाचा प्रश्न आहे. तो एका मिनिटाने कधीच उशिरा नव्हता आणि त्याने कधीही एका क्षणाला वाया घालवला नाही. एक मंत्री तीन मिनिटांनी उशीरा एकदा; एमव्हीने त्याला वक्तशीर होण्यासाठी सल्ला दिला. एखाद्या व्यक्तीने पद्धतशीरपणे काम केले पाहिजे – त्याचा दृढ विश्वास होता. प्रत्येकाने आपली जबाबदारी समजून घ्यावी आणि आपल्या सर्वश्रेष्ठ गोष्टींचा विचार करावा – जे त्याच्या शिकवणीचे सार होते. त्यांनी हे प्रामाणिकपणे सराव केले आणि हे दाखवण्यासाठी शेकडो उदाहरणे आहेत. तो त्याच्या बेडवर मर्यादीत होताच तो त्याच्या कपड्यांबद्दल तो अगदीच विशिष्ट होता. 9 5 वर्षांचा असतानाही, त्याला भेटायला गेलेले लोक आश्चर्यचकित झाले – ते इतके काळजीपूर्वक आणि सुबकपणे कपडे घातले होते. त्याने एकदा म्हटले होते “लक्षात ठेवा, तुमचे काम असेल; फक्त एक रेल्वे क्रॉसिंग स्वीप करणे, परंतु हे स्वच्छ ठेवणे हे आपले कर्तव्य आहे, की जगात इतर कुठल्याही ओलांडणे आपल्याच स्वच्छ आहेत ”
त्याच्या शिस्त आणि काम करण्यासाठी भक्ती एक शंभर अशा उदाहरणे सूचीबद्ध केले जाऊ शकते. त्याने एकदा म्हटले होते की, “आपल्या देशाचा शाप आळशीपणा आहे.प्रथम सर्वजण काम करीत आहेत परंतु प्रत्यक्षात एक मनुष्य काम करतो व इतर फक्त त्याला पाहतात.कोणीतरी अवमानाबद्दल म्हणतो, ‘असे दिसते की पाच जण काम करणं पण खरंच फक्त एक-माणसांचं काम करणं एक माणूस काहीच करणार नाही, एक माणूस विश्रांती घेईल.आणि आणखी एक माणूस त्यांना पाहत असेल तर आणखी एक माणूस या तिघांना मदत करेल. ” हे सर्व एक योग्य परिस्थिती असल्याचे दिसते.