One of the few places in the Country, which has a great cultural history. “The Queen of the Deccan, Pune”, is well known for its historical monuments and a tradition going back to several centuries.
Located at 2000 feet above sea level and partially hidden by the mighty ranges of the Sahyadri mountains, Pune enjoys a salubrious climate typical of a hill station.
Pune is well connected by air, rail and express highways to Mumbai and the rest of the Country. Many private airlines have their booking offices in Pune.
Living in Pune: The City has a very cosmopolitian mix of student population hailing from different geographical parts and social milieu of India and Abroad
International and local restaurant chains such as Pizza Hut, Dominos, Smoking Joes, McDonalds and Kamat Restaurants offer a variety of Continental, Chinese and Indian delicacies to tingle any kind of palate. Apart from South Indian, North Indian, Punjabi, Gujrati and Konkani cuisines the student community can join any mess on daily / monthly basis near the Suryadatta Campus.
The cultural happenings in the City know no bounds. The city has more than 20 good cinema halls, theatres, museums and tourism spots in its vicinity. There are various inter/intra collegiate competitions throughout the year.
Pune is, after Mumbai, the most preferred tourist destination of Western India, as it attracts the maximum number of visitors, given its salubrious climate and its historical and cultural riches. Pune is the Educational Hub of India boasting of a heterogeneous student mix of the highest number of domestic and foreign students. It is also the Cultural Capital of Maharashtra , having given the Nation some note-worthy personalities in the field of fine arts, performing arts, theatre and films. Pune is counted amongst one of the most happening cities of India.