Engineering the Future: Narayana schools inspire young minds on Engineers' Day

Every year, on September 15th, Engineers' Day holds special significance as it pays tribute to the birth anniversary of Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya, an eminent Indian engineer and statesman. This year, Narayana Schools marked this important day in a unique and inspiring way by hosting a special event led by the most influential teachers in a child's life, the parents.

The event, held at Narayana Schools, brought together a diverse group of professionals and future engineers. Parents, who themselves excel in various engineering fields like civil engineering, mechanical engineering, and software engineering, were invited to share their knowledge, experiences, and insights with students from the 8th to the 12th grade.

During the session on Engineers' Day, parents enthusiastically shared their personal experiences in the field of engineering. They brought real-life examples to the table, demonstrating the practical applications of engineering concepts in diverse industries. This approach helped students grasp the relevance and potential of engineering in solving real-world problems.


One of the most exciting parts of the event was the interactive Q&A session. Our students eagerly asked questions to these engineering experts, seeking guidance on career choices, educational paths, and the ever-evolving landscape of engineering. It became a platform for our students to clear their doubts, gain insights, and receive firsthand knowledge from those who have walked the engineering path.

The session turned out to be incredibly meaningful and informative, as students gained valuable insights from parents who work in the engineering field. It was heartening to witness the parents' willingness to share the experiences and mentor the next generation of engineers.

Dr. Sindhura Narayana, Director of Narayana Educational Institutions, emphasized the significance of such sessions and events that celebrate the engineering profession. She highlighted that Engineers' Day isn't just about honouring engineers from the past; it's also about inspiring the engineers of the future. Dr. Sindhura highlighted the crucial role engineers play in solving society's challenges and driving technological advancements.

To express gratitude and appreciation, the parents were honoured by the school's principal on Engineers' Day. As the event concluded, the room was filled with a sense of purpose and determination. The students left with a renewed enthusiasm for the world of engineering, inspired by the experiences and wisdom shared by the parents. Insightful sessions like this at Narayana Schools are a testament to our commitment to nurturing the future of tomorrow, ensuring that our students are well-equipped to meet the challenges of the ever-evolving world of technology and innovation.