Nagpur also known as the "Orange City" The second Capital of Maharashtra. Located in the centre of India, The Countrie's Zero Mile Point, Now a city on the move, from a Tier II city to heading towards a Tier I status, because of its Prestigious MIHAN Project.
Nagpur is a city in India which is located in the state of Maharashtra and is home to nearly to 2.5 million people. Not only is Nagpur the third largest city of Maharashtra, but it also has so much to offer those who live in it, as well as tourists who visit it. Nagpur is known as the orange city because it is most famous for its large mandarin Nagpur oranges.
The city is a major milestone for India because it is such a major industrial, commercial and transportation center. Not only is the city of Nagpur filled with institutions that provide you with the opportunity to further your education, but it is also filled with many job opportunities for those who live here. Whether you are looking to go to college or to just start out in the work field, you will find that there are opportunities for you here, either way.
As you can see, there are many great aspects of the city of Nagpur. Whether you are planning to move to Nagpur or if you are simply planning to visit the city as a tourist, you should know that there are both wonderful opportunities for you here.
Nagpur district is located between 21*45 N to 20*30 N and 78*15 E to 79*45 E, which essentially indicates that Nagpur district is located in the Deccan Plateau. The adjoining districts are Bhandara on the east, Chandrapur on the south, Amravati and Wardha on the west and in the north shares the boundary with Madhya Pradesh. It is practically at geographical center of India, in fact the zero milestone of India is in this city. All major highways NH-7 ( Varanasi - Kanyakumari ) & NH-6 (Mumbai - Sambalpur - Calcutta) and major railways trunk route (Mumbai, Chennai, Howrah * Delhi) pass through the city. Important Central & State Government offices and institutions are located in Nagpur. Industrial Development is existing along the fringe areas like Kamptee, Hingna, Wadi, Khapri, Butibori and Kalmeshwar.
" Nagpur is rated best city for investment in property. Business community rates, Nagpur as a city with fastest growing Crorepatis in Central India.International Cricket Stadium is coming up very close to the most developing area MIHAN. Nagpur's strength lays in human capital, which includes both availability and cost, relatively low cost of real estate, reasonable good infrastructure. "
A Survey of 30 IT/ITES Companies was carried out apart from companies within Nagpur it self to ascertain their views on Nagpur as a potential IT/ITES Hub and their willing ness to take up space in an IT Park developed by L&T.
THE Connectivity Advantage
Being located in the centre of a transit for all most all the trains that span the Country lengthwise or breadth wise, including all four of India's major metropolitan cities. It has two railway stations Nagpur Railway Station and Ajni Railway station. Nagpur is declared as an International Airport and flights to Bangkok, Singapore, Dubai and Doha have already started with many international routes in the pipeline. Six National Highways pass through the city connecting all major cities in the country with a road travel distance, conveniently connected with four metros by rail, road and air.
The Human resources advantage
Nagpur is the second largest student populated city in Maharashtra.
27 Engineering Institutions and 9 Medical Institutes producing around 8700 Engineering Graduates and 3000 medical graduates yearly. The attrition rates are relatively low in Nagpur and as per industry sources it is in the range of 15% to 18% where as in other centers across India it can range between 30-60%.
On scale of 1 to 10,one being the lowest and ten being the highest, the companies rated the over quality of the students who graduate from institutes from Nagpur between six and seven.