Chandapura

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Chandapura
ಚಂದಾಪುರ
Suburb
Chandapura-flyover on Hosur road, NH 7
Chandapura-flyover on Hosur road, NH 7
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Chandapura
Coordinates: 12°48′00″N 77°42′43″E / 12.80009°N 77.71182°E / 12.80009; 77.71182Coordinates: 12°48′00″N 77°42′43″E / 12.80009°N 77.71182°E / 12.80009; 77.71182
Country India
State Karnataka
District Bengaluru
Taluk Anekal
Languages
 • Official Kannada
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 560099
Telephone code 080
Nearest city Bengaluru
Climate Cold (Köppen)

Chandapura is a village panchayat in the Bangalore district of Karnataka state in India. Chandapura is at a distance of 6 km from Electronics City on NH 7 widely known as Hosur Road.[1] Saturday market is famous in chandapura where one can get all kind of fresh fruits and vegetables.[2]

Phase II of Bangalore Metro to be done from 2015 to 2020 has already got Chandapura circle included in the rail network.

Schools and Hospitals swamy vivekananda primary,higher & degree college St.Philomena's High School BTL Institute of Technology,CDAC - Formerly NCST, IFIM Business School (IFIM),IHMR - Institute of Health Management Research, Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology (IBAB),ICFAI, ZEE Business School, Noble Institute of Education Society,NTTF - Nettur Technical Training Foundation, The PES School Of Engineering (PESSE), SIBM (Symbiosis Institute Of Business Management), Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship, Achievers Academy, ACTS Group of Institutions, Brookfield High, Candor International School, Christ Academy, Ebenezer, Sorsfort International School (SIS), SFS School and College, TREAMIS, VIBGYOR High. A number of housing projects from real estate giants like VBHC, Commune, JR, Malind and Vakil Green Apple Valley are also located close to Chandapura. Suryanagar Phase-1 developed by KHB is a prestigious locality adjacent to Chandapura on Chandapura-Anekal Main road.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Plan to set up abattoir at Chandapura opposed". The Hindu. 21 October 2006. Retrieved 4 February 2011. 
  2. ^ "Govt to collect vegetables directly from farm land". Deccan Herald. 8 August 2010. Retrieved 4 February 2011.