famous indian engineers
2. Amar Bose
The Konkan Railway project and the Delhi Metro, both of which were different from typical Indian Railway projects, were handled with ease by Mr. Sreedharan. Engineers in India idolize him for his unbelievable project completion time and that too well-within budgets.
The co-founder of Sun Microsystems, Khosla is an IIT Delhi product. He founded Khosla Ventures in 2004, which is a venture capital firm handling about one billion dollars worth of investment capital. He honed his business acumen with an MBA from Stanford University.
This Engineer’s Day, we are proud to present a list of these engineers who have made the country proud:
1. Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya:
To honour his works in rural education, remote sensing and satellite communications the satellite launch centre at Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh was renamed the Satish Dhawan Space Centre.
- Narinder Singh Kapany
- APJ Abdul Kalam
If there has to be one class of professionals the whole of the world has to be grateful for, then it undoubtedly has to be engineers. There may be several types of engineers, but all engineers have one thing in common—they work to make our lives better by problem-solving and designing new gadgets, processes, and structures. Did you know that India produces the second highest numbers of engineers in the world every year? It is only behind China when it comes to raw engineering talent. These engineers have proven their mettle on an international level and are highly sought-after by MNCs and tech organizations around the globe. The ones who choose to stay in India, get job offers from the top businesses in the country and help build the infrastructure of this country. Today, we’ll look at the top engineers in India.
The seed for redBus was sown when Phanindra Reddy Sama couldn’t get a bus ticket to go back to Hyderabad during the long Diwali weekend in 2005. Leaving a cushioned corporate life, where he was drawing seven-figure salaries, was a tough choice, but he was only 24 at the time. He naively believed that there was no reason for his venture to fail, so he plunged headlong into it. Currently, the company works with 700 bus operators in 15 states and sells around 6 lakh tickets daily.