These are the past workshops organized in Mehsana on Civil Engineering topics:
|20 Jan 2017||Tall Buildings||Saffrony Institute of Technology|
|30 Jun 2014||STP2014: Structural and Foundation Analysis||Saffrony Institute of Technology|
|30 Jun 2014||STP2014: Applications of GIS||Saffrony Institute of Technology|
Mehsana pronunciation (help·info) (Gujarati) (also spelled Mahesana) is a city and municipality in Mehsana district, in the Indian state of Gujarat.
Mehsaji Chavda, a Rajput and an heir of Chawda dynasty, established Mehsana. He constructed the Toran (arc gate) of city and a temple dedicated to Goddess Toran in Vikram Samvat 1414, Bhadrapad Sud 10 (1358 AD). It is described by Jaisinh Brahmbhatt in poems of 1932
Gaekwads conquered Vadodara and established Patan as the administrative headquarters of North Gujarat. Later it was moved to Kadi and subsequently to Mehsana in 1902. They merged it with India after independence in 1947. It was included in Bombay state. Later became part of Gujarat in 1960 after division of Bombay state into Gujarat and Maharashtra. Today Mehsana is a separate district in north Gujarat.
There is a place built by Gaekwads in city known as Rajmahal.
As of the 2011 India census, Mehsana had a population of 2,027,727. The sex ratio was 894 females/males. Mehsana has an average literacy rate of 84.26%, higher than the national average. Male literacy is 91.88%, and female literacy is 76.12%. In Mehsana, 9.4% of the population is under 6 years of age.
At 762, Mehsana has the lowest child sex ratio among the urban centres in India.
Mehsana has an average elevation of 265 feet (81 m) above sea level.
Hindus are the largest religious community of the city. Other minority religious communities includes Muslims, Christians, Sikhs and Jains.
It includes Hinglaj Mata temple, Swaminarayan temple, Gayatri temple, Ambika Mata temple as a major temples. There is a temple dedicated to Ayyappa established by south Indian community.
Simandhar Swami Jain Temple is located near Modhera cross roads. It is 161 ft (49 m) long, 97 ft (30 m) broad and 107 ft (33 m) high. Christian churches includes Mar Greegorious Orthodox Syrian Church.
Mehsana has a presence of many major educational institutes. Ganpat University, located 10 km from city, offers specialising in areas as IT, engineering, pharmacy, agriculture, science, management, arts and commerce. Gujarat Power Engineering College and Saffrony Institute of Technology offers courses in engineering and management. B.S Patel College Of Pharmacy offers courses pharmacy. They are affiliated with the Gujarat Technological University. Sarvajanik Kelvani Mandal Trust runs many schools in north Gujarat. It also offers education in field of pharmacy, nursing, homeopathy.
There are many primary and higher secondary schools.