What makes Bangalore special?
According to a study by Minglebox, one of India’s education and career networks, Bangalore is the favourite education destination for Engineering and Management.
Bangalore is also an ideal place to learn how the technological and business revolution is transforming traditional Indian society. The Export Promotion Industrial Park (EPIP) at Whitefield is one of the country’s first information technology parks – International Tech Park, Bangalore (ITPB) which houses offices of many IT and ITES companies.
MVJCE’s location in Whitefield (near EPIP) makes it an excellent spot for networking and developing contacts. Explore a diverse landscape, varied food, architectural monuments, World Heritage Sites and colourful festivals.
At first, its unfamiliar, then it strikes root.
– Fernando Pessoa
Fernando Pessoa (1888 – 1935), was a Portuguese poet, writer, literary critic and translator, one of the most significant literary figures of the 20th century and one of the greatest poets of all time.
The fields of White
When His Highness, Chamaraja Wodeyar, the Maharaja of Mysore, granted 3900 acres of land to the Eurasian and Anglo-Indian (E&AI) Association, Mysore and Coorg, he’d scarcely have imagined that in time to come, it would become the flourishing satellite town of Whitefield, as we know it today.
His generous grant for the esatblishment of agricultural settlements at Whitefield, Glen Gordon and Sourmond in the Mysore State, paved the way for an Anglo-Indian village to be etablished – a self sustained agriculture oriented community and the only settlement in India that Europeans and Eurasians could call their own.
Named after the late Mr. David S. White – who took a lively interest in establishing this new settlement and helping its advancement as the then President of the E & AI Association, South India Ltd. – Whitefield quickly became renowned as an agricultural hub of its time.
Facts about Bangalore
Bangalore has the highest number of software companies in India.
Bangalore has produced the maximum number of scientists considered for Nobel Prize nominations (from India).