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Bharati Vidyapeeth, the parent body of Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University is one of the largest leading educational organizations in India having under its umbrella more than 140 educational units of various kinds.

Established in 1964, by Dr. Patangrao Kadam, with an objective to providing education which can offer to bring about the social transformation, so very aptly coined “Social Transformation through Dynamic Education” as the official motto of Bharati Vidyapeeth, it is one of the leading national level educational organizations.

Since Bharati Vidyapeeth is committed not only to the dissemination of knowledge but to generate new knowledge, it has established quite a few research institutes in the areas of Medicine and Related Sciences, Information Technology and Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Science and Applied Chemistry, Environment Science and Social Sciences.

Bharati Vidyapeeth has its campuses in New Delhi, the capital of India and at Pune, Navi Mumbai, Karad, Sangli, Kolhapur, Solapur, Jawahar and at a few other places in Maharastra.

By Air:

Pune's airport at Lohegaon is 12 km from the main city centre. Daily flights connect it to Mumbai & Delhi and other cities such as Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. Private cabs, auto rickshaws or city airport shuttle buses will cover the distance from the airport to the city centre.

By Train:

Pune is one of the most important rail junctions in the Central railways zone of Indian Railways. Plenty of trains connect it to major destinations in the south, north and west of the country by mail, express and super fast trains. The Deccan Queen and Shatabdi Express are fast commuter trains from/to Mumbai, with traveling time of three-and-a-half hours approximately.

By Road:

Maharastra state roadways buses and buses operated by private companies connect the different places in the state to Pune as well as destinations in the neighboring states of Karnataka, Goa and Andhra Pradesh. Three bus terminals provide services to the all-important places in the region. The Railway Terminal to destinations in the south Goa, Panchgani, Mahabaleshwar, Belgaum, Kolhapur; Shivaji Nagar Terminal for north and northeast points Ahmednagar, Aurangabad, Lonavala, Nashik and the Swargate Terminal for buses bound to Mumbai, Mangalore, Bangalore and Sinhagad. Most people traveling to Pune from Mumbai, Nasik or Aurangabad prefer to do so by road as the distance between Mumbai-Pune is 170 km, Nashik-Pune 209 km and Aurangabad-Pune is 230 km. The roads are well maintained with conveniently located motels and service stations enroute.

Getting Around:

Metered taxis and auto rickshaws ply the city streets; the latter are the most popular mode of transport in Pune as they are economical and fast. Pune Municipal Transport (PMT) buses reach every part of the city and the suburbs from the terminals at Swargate, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune Station, Shivaji Nagar station, M G Bus Stand, Pune Corporation and Saras Baug.