Engineer’s Day celebrated in Patliputra University: Vice Chancellor said – important contribution of engineers in building modern India

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Engineer’s Day was organized by Patliputra University in Bapu Auditorium, Patna. While inaugurating the program, Vice Chancellor Prof. RK Singh said that Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya is known as “Father of Engineers”. Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya told the world for the first time about water management by connecting rivers in those days. He believed in completing any project on time or before time.

Also, Lord Vishwakarma is considered to be the first engineer in India. Who built Lanka as a golden city. Engineers pay special attention to three words – why, how and when. Now economic engineering has also come to the fore which is proving helpful in fixing our economy. This is where efficiency is the guarantee of success.

Inspector College (Science) Dr. Anil Kumar said that engineer has an important contribution in nation building. Every year on 15th September, India celebrates “Engineer’s Day” on the occasion of birth anniversary of Late Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. Throwing light on his biography, he said that after studying engineering from Pune, he was restored to the post of Chief Engineer in Mysore in 1906 and after that he was also made the Dewan of Mysore.

On this occasion, the Dean of Student Welfare Dr AK Nag said that Vishwashraiya is known as a modern nation builder. He is instrumental in making Tata Enterprise the best company in the world. Apart from India, on 15 September, Engineers Day is also celebrated in Sri Lanka and Tanzania.

Proctor Manoj Kumar said that for the first time, Engineer’s Day is being celebrated in the university campus. Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya is known as Vishwakarma of modern India. Engineer Vice Chancellor Dr. Of. The functioning of the University has changed under Singh’s guidance and its positive impact is visible. On this occasion, Financial Advisor Kanhaiya Rajak, Finance Officer K.V. Mishra, Prof. Maniwala, Prof. Shalini and Controller of Examinations Dr. Mahesh Mandal also expressed their views.

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