Pune: A City
of Dreams

Destination for
Innovation in Education

Pleasant weather, a cosmopolitan outlook, and diverse cultures – you will surely fall in love with Pune. The decision to establish an innovative university in Pune was carefully considered. We aimed to develop an educational hub in a location that aligns with our mission. Pune, known for its modern progress and innovation, provided the perfect backdrop for us to bring this vision to life. A learning hub, Pune, fondly known as the Oxford of the East, represents modern growth and innovation while retaining its cultural heritage. The city offers abundant opportunities for both young professionals and students, whether it’s building their career or seeking recreation.

A Global Magnet for Education

Pune, often referred to as the cultural capital of Maharashtra, is emerging as one of the leading educational and corporate hubs, with sectors like Information Technology, Automotive, and Engineering taking center stage. It is home to some of India’s and the world’s best educational institutions and companies.

The city is highly receptive to global influences and is a preferred choice for expatriates looking to settle in India. These opportunities attract individuals from across the country and abroad, making Pune a welcoming melting pot of cultures and communities.

Situated in the Sahayadri Hills near the West Coast of India, Pune is the 7th largest city in India, boasting the 6th largest metropolitan economy and the highest per capita income.

Known as the ‘Queen of the Deccan,’ Pune is located 170 kilometers south of Mumbai, the financial capital of India. Its cosmopolitan population communicates primarily in English, Hindi, and Marathi.

A Blend of History, Culture, and Artistic Splendor

Pune has a rich historical heritage, being a significant base of the 17th-century Maratha ruler and warrior Chhatrapati Shivaji. It was once the seat of the Peshwas, a powerful ruling authority in India.

Pune has also been the birthplace of social reformers like Gopal Ganesh Agharkar, Mahatma Phule, Babasaheb Ambedkar, and Dhondo Keshav Karve. The city preserves the traditions of Indian classical music, dance, and drama, with internationally renowned performers and a discerning audience.

The city hosts unique events such as the Sawai Gandharv Music Festival, Pune International Film Festival, Shaniwar Wada Festival, and the Pune Ganesh Festival, offering a diverse array of choices throughout the year.

Pune boasts a vibrant art scene, an eclectic collection of shops, restaurants, and coffee houses. This dynamic city seamlessly blends its historical charm with a youthful energy, making it a hub for innovation and education with prestigious universities and a thriving startup scene.

Whether you’re a history buff, a culture enthusiast, a foodie, or an adventurer seeking historical forts and scenic treks, Pune offers an unforgettable experience for every visitor.