1) DELHI & NOIDA
Delhi being a capital of India is credited with most of the premier Institutes for higher education in India. It is a home for institutes such as Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), National Institute of Technology, All India Institute of Medical Science commonly known as AIIMS, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi University and many more. As there are many universities in and around Delhi even nearby areas of Delhi like Noida has grown into a educational centre for many well recognised private universities like Amity University, Sharda University, Galgotias University to name few.
Transport in Delhi
Delhi is well connected through all means of transport. It has worlds top ranking, state of the art Indira Gandhi International Airport and Domestic Airport, it has highest road density in India and well connected with Express Ways and National Highways to all parts of India. Internally Delhi is well connected with local RRTS Regional Rapit Transport System and Metro connecting all parts of Delhi.
Delhi being capital of India besides education it has many historic and cultural centres in and around. It is also a part of tourism triangle of India which comprises of Delhi - Agra - Jaipur. Delhi is home for many UNESCO world heritage sites like Qutub Minar, Red Fort, Humayun’s Tomb etc and other tourist attractions are like Rashtrapati Bhavan (where the President of India resides), India Gate, Lotus Temple and many more.
Mumbai earlier know as Bombay is capital city of state of Maharashtra and financial capital of India. It is most populous city in India. Mumbai is also known as Bollywood as it is home to India’s biggest film industry and worlds second biggest film Industry, it is also home for most of the Business Houses of India like Tata, Birla, Reliance etc and International Companies.
Mumbai is also home for many renowned institutes as IIT Bombay, Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai University one of the premier university in India, Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, SP Jain Institute of Management and many more. It also has many sports centres and home to BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India), Indian Premier League (IPL) etc.
Transport in Mumbai
Mumbai being most populous city has all modes of transport available Mumbai Suburban Railway popularly know as Locals and backbone of city transport, it is also connected with Monorail, Metro, BEST ( Brihanmumbai Electric supply and Transport), Autorickshaws, Ferries and Taxies internally or within the city. By Sea it has two major ports Mumbai Port and Jawaharlal Nehru Port. It has international Airport named Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport which is second busiest airport in India.
Top attractions of Mumbai are Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Marine Drive, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Flea Market in Mumbai, Siddhivinayak Temple, Flora Fountain etc.
Pune is cultural and educational centre. It is also nicknamed as Oxford of the East, It is the second largest city in the state of Maharashtra and ninth populous city in India. It is also a Information Technology and Automobile manufacturing hub of India.
As Pune is said as Oxford of the East it is home to one of the oldest engineering college in Asia. It is also home to one of the top 3 universities in India - University of Pune now know as Savitribai Phule Pune University, Savitribai Phule Pune University is recently ranked within top 10 by Times as Small Universities around the world. Pune is also home for prestigious institutes like Armed Forces Medical College, National Chemical Laboratory, Symbiosis International University, Indian Law Society’s Law College, FTII (Film and Television Institute of India). It also has many private universities such as Vishwakarnama University, Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth, Indira Group of Institutes etc. Pune is well know within India for its research Institutes and quality of education. Savitribai Phule University has the highest number of students accepted in any American University from India.
Transport in Pune
Pune in 1960’s was famous in India as city of bicycles and now it has been replaced by motorbikes. It has one of the highest number of motorbikes in India. It has local bus services within the city limits and Autorickshaws, it is well connected to Mumbai by Pune Mumbai Expressway one first expressway of its kind in India and thus well connected to International Airport in Mumbai, it also has its own airport named Lohegaon Airport which has regular international and domestic flights but has some restrictions due to its operations are taken care by the Indian Airforce.
Jaipur is India’s most architectural city and one of the best tourist destination of India. It is one of the Golden Triangle tourist circuit of India. It is 170 miles or 280 km from capital city Delhi. Jaipur is also know as Pink City and is 10th populous city in India. Jaipur is a first planned city in India which is constructed way back in 1726 by Raja Jai Singh II in accordance with the Indian Vastu Shastra.
As Jaipur is capital city of State of Rajasthan it is centre for many renowned educational Institutes. It is a home of institutes such as SMS Medical College, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur National University, Indian Institute of Health Management Research etc and also home for many state of art private universities such as JK Laximipath University, Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Manipal University etc. Major institutes in Jaipur you would find constructed in Indian Architectural style.
Jaipur has many historical tourist sites but one of its kind is Jantar Mantar which is UNESCO world heritage site and it has oldest Astronomical Architectural Instruments constructed in 1727 by King Raja Jai Singh II which are in working condition till date. Jaipur is also well known for Amer Fort, Hawa Mahal, City Palace etc and its delicious Rajasthani cuisine.
Transport in Jaipur
Jaipur has its own international airport connected to various cities across the world. It is just 10 km / 6 miles away from the city centre. As it is 250 km from Delhi and is connected with national expressway students can reach Jaipur easily by road in 3 and 1/2 hours from Delhi. Jaipur is well connected by local bus services, Autorickshaws and Metro rail. It also connected within India with rail.
5) BANGALORE / BENGALURU
Bangalore now officially know as Bengaluru is a capital city of State of Karnataka. It is also nicknamed as Silicon Valley of India. Being a IT Capital of India it is home to most of the biggest IT companies across the world. Besides it is also home to many technological centres of India like ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), Indian Institute of Science one of the worlds top 200 ranking university by QS World University ranking, it is also home for many aerospace and defence research organisations of India. Being home for so many international organisations it is truly one of the most cosmopolitan cultural city in India. Because of IT industry it attracts highest number of international visitors from US, Europe, Japan and China.
Having such a robust environment it has to have great educational quality, Bangalore is also city with maximum density of institutes. It is home to institutes such as Indian Institute of Science, Indian Institute of Management, National Institute of Fashion Technology, National Law School and many more. It is also home to some of the good private universities like Jain University, CMRU University, Manipal University etc.