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  • 1. HAPPY ENGINEER’S DAY
  • 2. In Memory of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya September 15, 1860 - April
  • 3. Life & journey of a Centenarian Born : September 15, 1860 Place: Muddenahalli village (Kolar district of Karnataka). Father: Srinivasa Sastry Mother: Venkachamma.
  • 4. Life & journey of a Centenarian Education: Early Schooling in Chikkaballapur, 1881 : B.A. Examination from Central College Bangalore . 1883 : Civil Engineering from Science College in Poona. He ranked first in the L.C.E. and the F.C.E. Examinations (equivalent to B.E. Examination of today).
  • 5. His Responsibilities Some of the job positions he held were: • Assistant Engineer, Bombay Government Service [in 1884] • Chief Engineer, Hyderabad State [he served only for 7 months starting April 15, 1909] • Chief Engineer in Mysore State [Nov 15, 1909]. He was also Secretary to the Railways. • President of Education and Industrial Development committees in Mysore State
  • 6. Contd., •Chairman, Bhadravati Iron Works •Member of the Governing Council of the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore •Member of the Governing Council of Tata Iron and Steel Company [TISCO] •Member of Back Bay enquiry committee, London •Member of a committee constituted in 1917 to make recommendations regarding the future of Indian States
  • 7. Man with Values “Slackness is the worst curse of the country.” At age of 90, a paper correspondent asked him how he felt and Sir M V remarked, “I find life interesting.” Once Sri C Rajagopalachari unexpectedly called on him. Sir MV was so smartly dressed, Rajaji said. “Even if I bring a photographer in the middle of the night, I can take your pictures. You will always be well groomed.”
  • 8. Major Achievements Bombay • Introduced the block system of irrigation • Designed a new system of systematic water weir flood gate • Established Deccan Club in Poona Bihar & Orissa • Selected site for a railway bridge on river of Ganga in Bihar • Hirakund enquiries • Water supply schemes through out the state Hyderabad • Schemes for flood protection & drainage for Hyderabad • Remodelling of Hyderabad city
  • 9. Major Achievements •Architect of the Krishnarajasagara dam – or KRS or Brindavan gardens. One of the biggest dams in India which irrigates a hundred and twenty thousand acres of land. •Bhadravati Iron and Steel Works - as its Chairman he rescued it from becoming extinct.
  • 10. Major Achievements •State Bank of Mysore (1913 it was first named The Bank of Mysore) •Founder of Mysore Sandal Oil Factory and the Mysore soap factory •Mysore Chamber of Commerce •Founder of Kannada Literary •Mysore UniversitySir M.V.'s question was "If Australia and Canada could have universities of their own for less than a million population, cannot Mysore with a population of not less that 60 lakhs
  • 11. Contd. Sir M. V.’s great dream was to see India prosper through industrialization. In 1920 he published a book, “Reconstructing India” & in 1934, “Planned Economy for India.” He coined the slogans, “Produce or perish”, and “Industrialize or perish.”
  • 12. AWARDS • 1906 : "Kaisar-i-Hind" in recognition of his services • 1911 : C.I.E. (Companion of the Indian Empire) at the Delhi Durbar • 1915 : K.C.I.E. (Knight Commander of the Order of the Indian Empire) • 1921 : D.Sc. – Calcutta University • 1943 : Elected as an Honorary Life Member of the Institution of Engineers(I) • 1944 : D.Sc. – Allahabad •1904 : Honorary Membership of London Institution of Civil Engineers for The Knight Commander Of The Indian Empire
  • 13. Contd., • 1948 : Doctorate - LLD., Mysore Uni. • 1953 : D.Litt – Andhra University • 1953 : Awarded the Honorary Fellowship of the Institute of Town Planners, India • 1955 : Conferred BHARATHARATNA‘ (The gem of India), the highest civilian award of the country • 1958 : 'Durga Prasad Khaitan Memorial Gold Medal‘ by the Royal Asiatic Society Council of Bengal
  • 14. Memorials & Institutions in his honor • Memorial at Muddenahalli. • Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute Of Technology, Bangalore is named after Sir M.V. • University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering . • Visweswaraiah National Institute of Technology (V.N.I.T.), The college is among the elite 17 NationalInstitutes of Technologies• The Visveswarayya Technological University, Belgaum, to which nearly all engineering colleges.
  • 15. The End On 14-April-1962 at 6.15am at the age of 102 years,, Sir M V breathed his last, peacefully.
  • 16. THANK YOU

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