Statistics show that students from all over India (and abroad) make a beeline for Bangalore to pursue their higher education after school. The most popular city for students besides Pune, Delhi and Mumbai is Bangalore. Bangalore or ‘Bengaluru’ has become synonymous with youthfulness based on the increased number of young crowd vying for interesting career choices in the Garden City.
Gone are the days when parents and kids alike had a birds-eye view on what to choose for their subject of interest; where Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Medicine and MBA were the only options for them. With the source of worldly information just a click away, students have become more aware and more open to following their dreams and passions in a quest to making it their future profession. Our education systems are also changing and with it the opportunities to present more varied and alternative courses for the students are taking precedence.
Interestingly, as an urban city, Bangalore didn’t start out to be this major IT and education hub that it is today. Perpetrated as a military cantonment, the city developed around the army camp area and has grown to become a safe city drawing more and more students and professionals in. This makes the parents also satisfied and comfortable with the thought that their children are pursuing their dreams in a city which statistically is much safer than the others in India. Besides safety, there are so many wonderful aspects to Bangalore as an education hub.
Here’s looking at some of the highlighting factors that make Bangalore such a joy to live, study and work in.
1. Bangalore has some of the best educational institutions in India and the standard of education here is considered to be very high compared to other states. Institutions here have excelled in the deliverance of high quality education in various disciplines to enable students to be prepared for a highly competitive working environment after graduation. Colleges like Seamedu School of Pro-Expressionism offer a variety of courses for students who are inclined towards careers in the fields of Media, Communication and Journalism. Being the expert knowledge partner to CMR University, our students get a great atmosphere to pursue their professional studies.
2. Bangalore has a wonderful weather all year round. Neither too hot, nor too cold; the slight chill in the air makes for ideal living conditions. There are several nearby travel destinations that allow students to take short breaks from their professional studies/work every now and then. They also get to explore the cultural, temperate, environmental and touristic options that the city offers.
3. Bangalore is most accepting of students from outside making it a cosmopolitan melting pot of cultures. The social interaction enriches the minds and the lives of the students and fills them with empathy and tolerance for other cultures.
4. Bangalore is also the IT hub of the country making it a very popular work destination. The city hosts some reputed engineering and IT colleges apart from providing high-quality education in other fields like Mass Communication, Journalism, Film making and Gaming to name a few.
Living in Bangalore has its own charm. With the flourishing townships all over the city, studying and working has become easier in terms of logistics. Outsiders also love to explore various party hubs and indulge in social interactions, making the city a place they can call ‘home away from home’.
With so much in store, it is no wonder that Bangalore is the most popular student destination in India and will remain so in the years to come.
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Source : seamedu
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