Living in Bangalore

As one of India’s most cosmopolitan cities, Bangalore is an industrial powerhouse that offers a relatively well-developed infrastructure in comparison to many of the other cities found in India.
Being the silicon valley of India, it has metamorphosed into a bustling metropolis, with a vibrant night life that blends in with a rich cultural heritage.
The Indo-German Training Center (IGTC) is located at the Cunningham Road in Central Bangalore. Bangalore, a city full of migrant population from all over India has umpteen reasons which makes you want to stay and make this your home.
Finding a residence for a student is not any trouble, thanks to many PGs and apartment sharing opportunities. If you are going to be a part of IGTC Blr, your seniors or the IGTC Team will definitely help you out with multiple accommodation options. You can find some contacts here.
Yes, traffic in Bangalore is a hassle during peak hours but take the metro! The nearest metro to reach IGTC Blr is the Cubbon Park station. Well-maintained, clean buses, with conductors who communicate in multiple languages are also an option. IGTC Blr is approachable in multiple ways, buses, metros, local trains and not to mention, the numerous Autos, Olas or Ubers!
Studying management and being able to intern in Bangalore which houses thousands of organizations, opens many successful career opportunities. Also being the Start-Up capital of India, you are surrounded by numerous networking events building your eventual employment or entrepreneurial journeys.
Also Bangalore is a great city if you plan to travel to other cities in India. It is a central transport hub for long-distance buses and the transportation options for traveling to other cities in South India are very convenient. Karnataka is also home to many scenic locations such as Coorg, Hampi, Dandeli etc which are all easily approachable from Bangalore.
In Namma Bengaluru, language is no barrier! Any Banglorean readily speaks English, Hindi and sometimes all of the four South Indian languages, making you feel instantly at home.
With year-round salubrious weather, stunning parks such as Lal-bagh and Cubbon Park, it has earned itself a well-earned reputation as the “garden city.” Amidst the magnificent buildings and beautiful gardens, there is also the chance to observe some of the authentic traditions, backstreet markets and fascinating culture.
From a long walk in Cubbon Park to hundreds of cafes, from shopping trinkets at Commercial Street, to enjoying inexpensive and whole-some meals at a “Sandarshini”, from enjoying a night-out in Indiranagar to the opportunities provided in Electronic City, you can’t help falling in love with this city!

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