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The Srinivas Group of Institutions are located at Mangalore, the coastal city of Karnataka, situated on the Western coast of India.
It is ensconced between the hill ranges of Western ghats and Arabian sea. The city derives the name from ancient historic Mangala Devi Temple.
The climate is humid and warm between November and May
wet and cool during Monsoon months of June to October (Students & Visitors are advised to prepare adequately for the Rainy season)
Mangalore city is well connected by air, road and rail.
Distance from major Cities Around:
342 Kms. from Goa/ Panaji
1050 Kms. from Mumbai
450 Kms. from Cochin (on NH 17)
380 Kms from Bangalore (on NH 48)
Mangalore International Airport is located near Bajpe, 20 km from the city center and is well connected by air to the major cities of India. there are Daily Flights to & from Bangalore, Mumbai, the Gulf Countries, etc. the flights are operated by Kingfisher Airlines, Jet Airways, Air Deccan & Indian Airlines.
Mangalore is connected to Ernakulam, Kerala in the South, to Bangalore via Hassan towards the East & Mumbai via Panaji in the North (Konkan Railways). There are Daily trains plying to Chennai, Mumbai & soon to Bangalore. The Mangalore station is directly connected with Chennai, Delhi, Trivandrum & Mumbai. Those traveling from Calcutta will have to reach Chennai and then take a connecting train to Mangalore.
Three National Highways pass through Mangalore connecting the city to the rest of the country. NH-17, which runs from Panvel (in Maharashtra) to Cranganur Junction (near Edapally in Kerala), passes through Mangalore in a north-south direction, while NH-48 runs eastward to the state capital Bangalore. NH-13 runs north-east from Mangalore to Sholapur, and a state highway connects it to the city of Mysore passing through the hill town of Madikeri.