Happy Engineer’s Day!
Today is Engineer’s Day – Your & our… – In India. As you know, Engineer’s Day is celebrated on different dates in different parts of the world. In our country, it is celebrated today, i.e. on the 15th September, which is the birthday of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya.
Engineer’s Day – to remember what we have achieved as Engineers for the good of humanity, to be conscious of our responsibilities, and to renew our determination to shoulder our responsibilities!
In our previous two blogs, i.e. Blog No. 22 & 23, we analyzed establishing a support ecosystem ready, keen, and organized to support “anything and everything”. Now we have another very important aspect to analyze – ensuring a professional framework which will keep every engineering brain in the best of spirit to be contributing till “heart feeds the brain with oxygen”.
What are the obstacles in ensuring the above? Let’s cite a few, probably the big ones:
- Shaky career start with shaky engineering basics
- Not-right-professional environment to correct the above and develop solid expertise
- Inability of the support infrastructure to support “anything and everything” making a career in engineering not so fulfilling as it could be
We need to identify the others, investigate into the root causes of each, and work towards identifying frameworks to “change and sustain the change”…
Happy Engineer’s Day should mean Happy-Engineer’s Day – and that’s how we can and must keep every engineering brain in the best of spirit to be contributing till “heart feeds the brain with oxygen”…
Let’s discuss this further…
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