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Study in Mysore

Mysore retains a quaint charm, which never fails to enchant. Mysore is a popular tourist destination, offering several attractions ranging from the royal splendour of Mysore City and its fabulous Dasara Festival to exquisite temples, pilgrimage centres and scenic spots. Mysore is an educational, commercial and administrative center and also an important tourist and heritage center.

Mysore city is considered as the most important cultural capital of Karnataka state which is one of the fastest growing cities next only to Bangalore. It is known as the cultural hub of the state. It is located at a distance of 139 kilometers from country’s software hub Bangalore. The city is spread over an area of 128.42 sq km. The city is well known for its places and culture.

Mysore is the second largest exporter of software in Karnataka next to Bangalore. It ranks No.1 tier II city for the promotion of the IT Industry in India and is the second city after Bangalore to have its Software Park with the International Gateway.

Education

Education in Mysore dates back beyond 2 centuries when the British East India Company established an education system based on the Western Model. Mysore is home to some of the prestigious national institutions like the;

• Central Food Technological Research Institute,

• Defence Food Research Laboratory,

• Government tool room and training centre,

• Central Institute of Plastic Engineering and Technology,

• Institute of Speech and Hearing,

• Central Sericulture and Training institute,

• The Central Institute of Indian Languages
emphasizing the potential for Research and Development.

Mysore has 6 Engineering Colleges, 4 Medical Colleges, over 17 Degree Colleges, 12 Polytechnics and to name a few prominent educational institutions;

• University of Mysore

• Chamarajendra Technical Institute

• National Institute of Engineering

• Mysore Medical College

• Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering

• JSS Medical College

• JCE (STEP) and many more

Connectivity

Mysore is the most well connected district of Karnataka. Located 140 Kms away from Bangalore, Mysore is well connected by rail to Bangalore, Mangalore and Coastal Karnataka. There are over 20 daily trains to Bangalore and also various parts of the country. It is also very easily accessible by road and is well connected to the major cities, the NH 212 passes through the district and buses ply between Bangalore and Mysore at a frequency of every 5 minutes. Mysore has an Airport, whereas the nearest International airport is the Kempegowda International Airport, Bangalore.

Industry

As of March 2009 there were 56 Large and Medium industries in the district with an investment of Rs. 3388 crore. There were 564 Factories in the district. Prominent Players to name a few are;

• Bacardi Martini India

• Bannari Amman Sugars

• Bhoruka Aluminium Limited

• Brakes India Limited

• Infosys

• TVS

• Reid and Taylor

• Security Printing and Minting Corporation of India Ltd

• The South India Paper Mills Ltd

• Wipro Technologies

• Larson and Toubro

• TCS

• Brooke Bond Lipton India Ltd

• ITC Paper Mills

• JK Tyre & Industries Limited

• Hindustan Unilever Limited

• Reckitt Benckiser India Limited

• Rane (Madras) Limited

• RPG (Cables and Telecom)

Tourism

Mysore Palace

Dominates the skyline of Mysore city, known as the city of palaces. A three storied structure, the palace has beautifully designed square towers at cardinal points, covered with domes. Intricately carved doors, the golden howdah (elephant seat), paintings as well as the fabulous, jewel encrusted golden throne (displayed during Dasara) are amongst the palace's treasures. The palace is illuminated on sundays, public holidays and during the Dasara Celebrations, when 97,000 electric bulbs are used to illuminate it.

Chamundi Hill
Is 12km from Mysore city and has over 1000 steps, fashioned about 300 years ago. This famous Dravidian Temple is dedicated to Goddess Sri Chamundeshwari Devi, the tutelary deity of Mysore and is generally regarded as an incarnation of Parvati or Durga.

Mysore Zoo
Is home to about 1500 animals, ranging from the opossum to orangutan. Mysore Zoo was the first in the country to obtain gorilla and penguin’s. Many animals which are imported from countries like Africa, America, and Australia. It is a popular tourist attraction.

Brindavan Gardens <
are located just a level below the Krishnaraja Sagar reservoir. It is often described as the best example of illuminated terrace gardens in the country.

Somanathapura:
Situated in the unobtrusive village of Somanathpur, 35km from My , sore the exquisitely carved, star-shaped temple with triple towers is a perfect example of Hoysala architecture.

Jaganmohan Palace
was built during rule of Krishnaraja Wodeyar III in 1861 to celebrate the marriage of his daughter, the princess of Mysore. The museum is home to many rare artifacts and originial paintings.

Bandipur National Park
Is about 80 km south of Mysore, is a playground for wildlife, with elephants taking the lead role. This is one of the best game sanctuaries in India to observe and photograph wildlife in close proximity.

Nanjundeshwara Temple
is famous because of the huge temple dedicated to Lord Nanjundeswara also referred to as Srikanteswara. Nanjangud is also known as Dakshina Kashi or Varanasi of the South.

Kukkarahalli Lake
has inspired many local poets and writers. This lake is home to more than 180 species of birds, some of them aquatic and the views from the north shore is particularly attractive.

Karanji Lake and Park
is located at the foot of Chamundi hills and adjacent to the Mysore Zoo. The Karanji lake is a beautiful bird sanctuary in the heart of Mysore City which provides a wonderful habitat for more than 70 different species of avifauna.

Lalitha Mahal:
The palace is the second largest in Mysore city, located in the east of the city. It is noted for its white colour, which is visible from a great distance.