Our campus is located in Kothanur which is one of the fastest growing suburbs of North Bangalore. It is fifteen kilometres away from M.G. Road and is well connected by a good number of buses plying between important locations such as Yalahanka, Market, Majestic and Shivaji Nagar and Kothanur. Once a tiny village, Kothanur has earned its place in Bangalore map and seen sea change and development in the recent years, thanks to Bangalore International Airport. Though all the amenities of the city are available at the distance of a stone’s throw, it still largely remains a residential area. Educational institutions of good reputation dots Kothanur and its neighborhood. Places of worship, restaurants, mini-super markets, recreational facilities and health centers are all here. Kothanur welcomes everyone with open arms and make them feel very much at home.
Silicon Valley of India- is one of India’s most progressive and developed cities, blessed with a benevolent climate, a burgeoning drinking and dining, a modern metro system, and shopping scenes. It’s a great city for mixing with locals in craft-beer joints or quirky independent cafes, and its creature comforts are a godsend to the weary traveler who has done the hard yards. Having evolved gradually from being the Garden city to the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is India’s third-largest city. Bangalore is loved for its beautiful parks, pleasant weather, and lakes all around the town.
When in Bangalore, one can choose to take a long, stroll through the greenery of Cubbon Park, shop in many modern malls or street side markets or hop into one of the several acclaimed craft breweries in the city for a cold and refreshing drink. Bangalore had come to be renowned for its street food corners, eateries, quirky cafes, coffee roasters and pubs dotting every corner of the city, serving cuisines from all over the world. Brunches, , burgers, buffets, rooftop cafes, late-night eats – Bangalore has it all.
However, the unprecedented growth of IT in Bangalore has reshaped quite a few things including polluted lakes, rising temperatures, and heavily congested roads, especially in the newer areas.
Aside from the central business and commercial districts (and the roads leading up to them), the neighborhoods of Bangalore are mostly quiet and serene, especially the older parts of the city. There’s still the early-morning cacophony of street vendors ambling down the streets with carts, selling fresh vegetables and fruits. There are a huge number of beautifully decorated parks in the city that are ideal for going on a morning stroll or a jog. One walk through the 300-acre Cubbon Park, or the botanical gardens of Lalbagh, and you’ll know precisely why Bangalore is so famously called India’s ‘Garden City’.
Experience of Studying India
India has been the main center of learning for thousands of years. Today, India is known as a communication hub and has become popular with students from all over the world. It is highly attractive due to its forward-thinking, its popularity with large MNC’s, and also due to English being the common language of communication.
India has 150 million people for whom English is their main language, so India is indeed becoming a knowledge center. India has undergone a paradigm shift owing to its competitive stand in the world, the Indian economy is on a robust growth trajectory and with world’s one of the best annual growth rate, rising foreign exchange reserves and booming capital markets among others.
With around 500 accredited universities, India is at the lead of the most rapidly developing sectors in today’s global economy, making it an ultimate place to earn a world-class education. While living and learning in India, international students will experience one of the oldest and richest cultures in the world. As the biggest democratic country in the world, India embodies and embraces diversity and multiculturalism. With more than 21 languages and 6 religions, India welcomes international students to experience the unique sights, sounds, and flavors of its different states and regions.
India’s education system plays a leading role in the fields of business management, finance, healthcare, hospitality and information technology. Students educated at Indian universities are leaving their mark on a global scale with their astute leadership skills. High-quality instruction with increased affordability offers international students a high ROI in education. In addition to a strong curriculum, India’s educational institutions comprise a robust infrastructure that enables students to gain practical experience in their chosen career fields. Opportunities in India for research, internships, and careers with multinational companies make a conducive environment for professional development during and after studies.
Education in India has many benefits. Some of them are:
- Low Cost: The cost of education in India is quite low as compared to many other countries of the world.
- Quality Education: Indian educational institutions such as the IITs, IISc, IIMs, NITs, AIIMS, ISI, BITS and ISB are well known worldwide to provide quality education.
- Unique Courses: Apart from above mentioned advantages, one can also study some unique courses that were discovered and developed by the traditional knowledge system of India. Ayurveda, Sanskrit, Yoga and Hindi are some such courses that enthuse many international students.
- Financial Assistance: Various scholarships, education loans and other financial aids are available for studying in India today.