Situated at a calm and serene location close to the busy township of MANIPAL the Government Industrial Training Institute Udupi has the most suited environment for Vocational Education and training. Manipal is well connected by road, rail and air. There are two main cities close to Manipal that serve as entry points – Udupi and Mangalore. Udupi is 5 kms from Manipal and Mangalore 60 kms away.
The nearest airport is at Mangalore which is one and half hours’ drive by road. There are daily domestic flights from Mumbai and Bangalore. Indian Airlines and Jet Airways fly to Mangalore. There are direct international flights to Mangalore from Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Muscat, Doha-Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait. Prepaid taxis are available at the Mangalore Airport.
Manipal is well connected with the major cities in Karnataka, Kerala, Goa, etc. Buses run between Mangalore and Manipal frequently. Direct buses are also available from Bangalore, Goa, Hyderabad, Mumbai and other cities.
The nearest railway stations are at Udupi (2kms from Manipal) and Mangalore (60 kms from Manipal). These railway stations lie on the Konkan route connecting the North and the South along with West Coast. Delhi and Mumbai (to the North) and Ernakulam (to the South) are linked to Udupi station. Mangalore station is connected to Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Goa, Calicut, Trivandrum, Mumbai and other major cities.
Manipal is a locality of Udupi city, located 8 kilometres from centre of City in India and is administered by the Udupi City Municipality.
Udupi is a city in the southwest Indian state of Karnataka. It’s known for its Hindu temples, including the huge, 13th-century Sri Krishna Temple, which houses a statue of Lord Krishna and attracts many pilgrims.
Mangalore (or Mangaluru) is an Arabian Sea port and a major commercial center in the Indian state of Karnataka.