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  10/8/13e Science - Bangalore - Silicon Valley of Indiawww.escience2007.org/bangalore.htm1/2 Home |Bangalore| Accomodation | Venue | Enquiry | Visa Formalities | Contact Welcome MessageRegistrationCall for PapersAccepted WorkshopsPaper SubmissionProgramme ScheduleKeynotesStudent GrantsChairs & CommitteesDownloadsPicture GallerySponsors & EndorsementseScience 2005eScience 2006   Science Consolidation Situated at an altitude of 920 metres above sea level, Bangalore is the principaladministrative, cultural, commercial and industrial centre of the state of Karnataka. Thecity, which is spread over an area of 2190 square kilometres, enjoys a pleasant andequable climate throughout the year. Its tree-lined streets and abundant greenery have ledto it being called the 'Garden City' of India. However, since local entrepreneurs and thetechnology giant Texas Instruments discovered its potential as a high-tech city in the early1980s, Bangalore has seen a major technology boom. It is now home to more than 250high-tech companies. Including homegrown giants like Wipro and Infosys. Consequently,now Bangalore is called the 'Silicon Valley' of India.Bangalore, the nerve - centre of India's software industry. Its other major industries includeaircraft, electronics and machine tools. Despite being one of Asia's fastest growing cities,Bangalore remains one of the most elegant metropolises in India. A well - planned city, withtree - lined avenues, a large number of parks, gardens and lakes, Bangalore is aptly calledIndia's garden city.The city attracts people in large numbers, from all over the country, and abroad, who cometo look for better job opportunities, and higher education. Surprisingly, all this franticindustrial expansion and increase in the population, has not robbed Bangalore of itsessential old-world appeal. It is, in the true sense, a very 'happening' city. Some facts about Bangalore Geographical Location  Latitudinal parallels: 12 degree 8' NLongitudinal meridians: 77 degree 37' E Climate  March to May (warmest months)December to January (coldest months)June to September (rainy - southwest monsoon)November to December (rainy - northeast monsoon) Temperature  Highest maximum of 33 degree C to lowest minimum of 14 degree C Language  Regional Language: Kannada, English, Hindi, Telugu and Tamil are widely spokenand understood.    10/8/13e Science - Bangalore - Silicon Valley of Indiawww.escience2007.org/bangalore.htm2/2 Home | Register | Enquiry | Contact Powered by:Kaizen 4Front Technologies, MysoreCopyright eScience 2007, All rights reserved  
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