Bhubaneswar in eastern India, the capital city of Odisha is truly an idyllic haven and offers an ideal setting for educational pursuits.

Bhubaneswar is fast developing into one of India's leading modern cities, promoting a pollution-free and congestion-less infrastructure and offering a peaceful environment and a pleasant atmosphere for students to pursue their career.

Bhubaneswar, once known as Kalinga, and popularly known as the 'temple city', is nearly 2500 years old. As the abode of Lord Siva, it came to be known eventually as 'Lord presiding over' (eswar) the 'bhuban' (or earth), or 'Bhuban-eswar'. The city was at one time the centre of the powerful Kalinga kingdom that held sway over many parts of the East and the Far East.

TodayBhubaneswar is fast developing into one of India's 'eventful' cities with the influx of multinational companies and other organizations. This has given Bhubaneswar an international exposure and a cosmopolitan character.

Bhubaneswar has a tropical climate, experiencing mild weather most of the year. The city is well connected by rail, road and air to Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and to other major cities in India.