Commercial Cities to Tour from Bangalore for Students

Bangalore, the Silicon Valley of India, is also a buzzing hub of the finest educational centres in our country. So if you are a student studying in Bangalore with an entrepreneurial streak, you need to check out some really interesting and some of the fastest growing cities in India. After all, an entrepreneur seeks opportunities in problems, and while these cities are booming to glory, why not take an insightful tour to these?

 

From North to South, and East to West, India is brimming with some big and small cities that are all set to take that leap of advancement and emerge to be the fastest growing and most technologically advanced cities in the country. So, students, it’s the right time to put those skills to use and make a name for yourself. Read ahead.

 

1. Guwahati

 

Guwahati is a major city in Assam and is one of the fastest growing cities in India. It is a major commercial and educational centre in the Northeastern India. Apart from being a major educational and commercial hub, Guwahati is also home to some intriguing monuments and landmarks from the past. The Indian Institute of Crop Processing Technology Regional Center for North East also made its way on 20th July’ 2010 at Guwahati, to cater to the requirements of the ranchers, processors and businesses in the Crop and Food Processing Sector. A study conducted by a UK media outlet says that Guwahati is among the 100 quickest developing cities of the world, and is the fifth fastest developing cities in India. You can very easily find Bangalore to Guwahati flights from Bangalore and reach this city in less than three hours. Make the most out of your tour.

 

2. Ahmedabad

 

Ahmedabad is positioned among the top 10 fastest developing cities in the world. Very recently, it had been given the status of a Metro city and soon, without a doubt, it will go up a rank or two in the rundown of the most developed cities in India. Its economy relies on adaptable assets. Absolute GDP of Ahmedabad is 52 Billion USD or INR 3,01,600 crores, which also gave it the rank of 105 in the list of world's most developed cities. Enough to settle your business here, right?

 

3. Hyderabad

 

Another Indian city which is building up its IT foundation to a great extent is Hyderabad. Hyderabad is a standout amongst the most developed cities in India exceptionally in the IT domain. Its IT economy is one of the best in nation and the city has an amazing GDP of 74 Billion USD or INR 4,29,200 crores. No wonder, it is positioned at number 84 in the world ranking. So apart from savoring in the heavenly Hyderabadi biryani and strolling throught the Ramoji Film City, you know now where to put in your money, right?

 

4. Hubli-Dharwad

 

Infrastructural advancement and political eagerness are the key components for advancement of any city. The twin urban areas of Hubli and Dharwad are the tasteful illustration of this definition. The business sector possibilities in these twin urban areas have pulled in the commercial ventures in the locale, making it one of the fastest developing urban areas in South India. Hubli-Dharwad is one of the quick rising IT markets and a noteworthy “start-up” centre in North Karnataka. Closest to Bangalore, take the next Bangalore to Hubli flight and start preparing for the big project you always had in your eyes.

Good luck, young businessman!

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