Situated in the Greater Kolkata area in the Indian state of West Bengal, and near the NetajiSubhash Chandra Bose International Airport, IIAS Kolkata promises to give you the true metropolitan experience. With a number of Hospitality, IT offices and Business Houses Kolkata provides an excellent platform for Hotel Management, Business Management, Airlines Operations and Information Technology studies.
How to Reach Kolkata
BY AIR:Kolkata is well connected and easily accessible from any corner of India as well as abroad. The renovated NetajiSubhash Chandra Bose International airport has daily flights by major airlines such as Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways etc.
BY RAIL:Howrah, Sealdah and Kolkata are the three terminating railways stations in the city that are well connected to all parts of India by superfast trains like Rajdhani, Duronto and Shatabdi express. The city also has an extensive local train system that connects it to nearby towns of West Bengal and the country's oldest metro rail system.
BY ROAD:Kolkata is again well connected by bus to all neighboring towns and cities of West Bengal, neighboring states and also Bangladesh.
IIAS Goa is located close to the renowned Dona Paula Pier. The capital city of Panjim is a short drive away and the beaches and night-life are all nearby.
How to Reach Goa
BY AIR:Goa is a short 45min flight away from Mumbai. The Dabolim International Airport of Goa has daily flights to Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Delhi and other major cities of India and Middle-Eastern countries.
BY RAIL:The Konkan Railway, starting at Mumbai and ending at Mangalore connects Goa and the neighboring cities. The main stations in Goa are Thivim (near Porvorim), Kamali (near Miramar) or at Margao.
BY ROAD:Mumbai to Goa (NH-17), Goa to Belgaum (NH-4A) are the two major highways that intersect Goa. Buses to Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Mangalore and other nearby cities depart daily from Panaji or Margao.
Siliguri is a cosmopolitan city with a large Indian as well as international student population from countries like Bhutan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Thailand, Singapore etc. IIAS campus is located close to various recreational facilities like Savin Kingdom - the biggest amusement park in North East India, shopping malls like City Centre and CINEMAX multiplex theatres. Students can also go for treks or forest safaris in the nearby wildlife sanctuaries, within an hour or two's drive away.
How to Reach Siliguri
BY AIR:Bagdogra International airport, only 12kms from IIAS campus is well connected with major Indian cities and neighboring countries.
BY RAIL:New Jalpaiguri Railway Station, located 10kms away from IIAS campus connects Siliguri to all major Indian cities by trains at regular intervals every day.
BY ROAD:Siliguri is connected by national highway NH-34 which becomes NH-31 from Dalkhola onwards and by NH-55A to Darjeeling. Regular bus service connects Siliguri to Kolkata, Bhutan, Assam and other North east states.