Venue : Indian Institute of Management (IIMB) at Bangalore, India on 24, 25 & 26th Oct'13

Help line:, ph:+91-8099946699

The IIMB campus is located in south Bangalore on the main Bannerghatta Road, in an area called Bilekahalli. (Geographical co-ordinates 12.897604N, 77.600191E)


Indian Institute of Management

Bannerghatta Road



Karnataka 560076


Ph: 080 2658 2450‎

  • RAIL.

    Bangalore City Railway Station (A) and IIM Bangalore (B). The distance is around 13 kilometres.

  • ROAD.

    Bannerghatta Road is an arterial road that radiates from the centre of Bangalore city and stretches right up to the Bannerghatta National Park. The IIMB campus is positioned at the "10th Km" from the city centre (MG Road).

    Bilekahalli (pronounced Be-lay-ka-halli; also sometimes called Bilekhalli) is the name of the locality and also the postal area, and this area location is the prime reference for the drivers of taxis and autorickshaws.

  • AIR.

    On arrival at the Bangalore International Airport, near the exit of the airport building, the airport security personnel can guide you towards the airport taxis (MERU, EasyCabs or KSTDC brand). These official airport taxi operators ply by the meter; it should cost you about Indian Rupees 1000 to reach the IIMB campus from the airport. By taxi, it should take you about 90 minutes to reach the IIM Bangalore campus. However, traffic is at a peak during 9 am - 11 am and 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm, and the travel could take more time.

    The travel route will take you through Bellary Road, past Mekhri Circle, and the central business district of Bangalore around the General Post Office and MG Road.

    Once you are on Bannerghatta Road, watch out for the landmark Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology hospital/flyover; at this point you are within three kilometers of the campus.

    The 100-acre IIMB campus is on the left side of the road immediately after you pass the Bilekahalli bus stop and market area

    The landmark opposite IIMB on the right side of the road is the Honeywell office building.

    The campus has a single main entrance - the access is via a ramp which veers to the left of the Bannerghatta Road. The Security Office at the main gate will guide you to the person/building you wish to reach.

    (If you happen to drive past the entrance to IIMB, you will see Apollo and Fortis Hospitals on your right and would have to do a U-Turn to come back to the IIMB entrance). - This Virtual Tour starts at the entrance of the IIMB campus.

    Bangalore International Airport (A) and IIM Bangalore (B). The distance is around 45 kilometres.

Accommodation Details (Accommodation is not part of the Registration fee.)

B n B Residency - JP Nagar

B n B Residency is located in the parallel road of VET School and is diagonally opposite to Fresco Informatics and near to Rakshith Vet Clinic.

From the main road the landmark will be Cafe Pascucci or Lathangi Ford.



  • Distance to IIMB 2.5 km (10 min journey)
  • Single Deluxe Room (One Room on Single Occupancy) - Rs 1250 plus taxes per day (1 member sleep).
  • Double Deluxe Room (One Room on Double Occupancy) - Rs 1550 plus taxes per day (2 members sleep).
  • Complimentary Breakfast & Wifi Internet
  • Please don't forget to mention the discount code - UXINDIA13


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Contact Person : Eric

Phone Number : +91-9535919222.

E-Mail Id :

Address : Swamy Residency, # 86, 15th Main, 15th Cross, JP Nagar 2nd Phase, Bangalore 560078.

Places to visit in Bangalore:

Bangalore Palace

Bangalore Palace

Bangalore Palace, a palace located in Bangalore, India, was built by Rev. Garrett, who was the first Principal of the Central High School in Bangalore, now known as Central College.[1] The construction of the palace was started in 1862 and completed in 1944. In 1884, it was bought by the Maharaja of Mysore. Now owned by the current scion of the Mysore royal family, Srikanta Datta Narsimharaja Wadiyar, the palace has recently undergone a renovation. It is mistakenly believed to be a replica of the Windsor Castle in England. The audio tour at the Bangalore palace clearly says that there was no reference to the Windsor Castle.

Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta National Park

Bannerghatta Biological Park was created from a portion of Bannerghatta National Park in the year 2002. It is situated 22 km south of Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The journey to the park takes nearly one and a half hours from Bangalore. This place is home to one of the richest natural zoological reserves. The 25,000 acre (104.27 km²) zoological park makes this a major tourist attraction in Bangalore.

Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple

Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple

Gavi Gangadhareshwara Temple also Gavipuram Cave Temple, an example of Indian rock-cut architecture, is located in Bangalore in the state of Karnataka in India. The temple is famous for its mysterious stone discs in the forecourt and the exact planning allowing the Sun to shine on shrine in certain time of the year.

Iskon Temple

Iskon Temple

Sri Radha Krishnachandra Temple (Hindi: श्री राधा कृष्ण-चन्द्र मन्दिर ) or [3] has deities of Krishna and Radha located at Rajajinagar, in the North Bangalore, Karnataka, India. It is one of the largest ISKCON temples in the world.[4] The temple is a huge cultural complex that was inaugurated in 1997 by Shankar Dayal sharma following the wishes of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the Founder-Acarya of ISKCON to promote Vedic culture and spiritual learning.



Lal Bagh or Lal Bagh Botanical Gardens, meaning The Red Garden in English, is a well known botanical garden in southern Bangalore, India. The garden was originally commissioned by Hyder Ali, the ruler of Mysore, and later finished by his son Tipu Sultan. It has a famous glass house which hosts an annual flower show. Lal Bagh houses India's largest collection of tropical plants, has an aquarium and a lake, and is one of the main tourist attractions in Bangalore.

Ulsoor Lake

Ulsoor Lake

Ulsoor, or Halasuru, is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in the city of Bangalore. It is located in central Bangalore, and begins roughly near the eastern terminus of MG Road. It is renowned for its numerous temples and rather narrow streets.