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Best city in India for IT professionals.

 
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Hi,

Can anyone tell me which is the best city in India for IT professionals in terms of cost of living, less crimes, savings, future opportunities.

 
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Kerala should be ideal!
 
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Jothi Shankar Kumar wrote:Kerala should be ideal!



Yes ...Thirivanathapuram or cochin are two cities which you can opt from kerala

one more city kozhikode also under construction of many IT parks which may create more IT job openings there...


 
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You will love the ambiance in Kerala. Hope it stays intact for decades to come.
 
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How will be Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai? Chennai I may not go. Cost of living is high in Bangalore. Hyderabad looks ok to me apart from Kerala.
 
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If climate is the only reason for you to not opt for Chennai, I'd agree. Hyderabad should also be a good destination.
 
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I read some comparisons Chennai vs Bangalore and I found (mostly) people who lived in mumbai always prefer Bangalore over Chennai. Personally I like Mumbai over any other city in India because I am very much used to it though it has it's own problems of traffic, pollution, cost of living, commuting, rain, weather, less opportunities as compared to Bangalore . Still I like mumbai. Anyway thanks for information.
 
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Parag Pathak wrote:I read some comparisons Chennai vs Bangalore and I found (mostly) people who lived in mumbai always prefer Bangalore over Chennai. Personally I like Mumbai over any other city in India because I am very much used to it though it has it's own problems of traffic, pollution, cost of living, commuting, rain, weather, less opportunities as compared to Bangalore . Still I like mumbai. Anyway thanks for information.



One reason could be because of the distance between Bangalore and Mumbai vs Chennai and Mumbai. Obviously based on climatic conditions, Bangalore is much better than Chennai.
 
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Chandigarh with latest IT park in Mohali - Chandigarh.

Coolest, pollution free, traffic jams free, calm and best city to work.
 
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Gaurav Sainii wrote:Chandigarh with latest IT park in Mohali - Chandigarh.

Coolest, pollution free, traffic jams free, calm and best city to work.



Thanks for the advertisement. Just watch out... It will soon be like Chennai or Bangalore!
 
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Yes it may happen but not very soon.

It is really very well planned city.
 
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I also born & brought up in Mumbai and always loved this city with its own problems. But went to Hyderabad and stayed there for almost 3 yrs. I loved that city more than Mumbai. I just returned back to M'bai due to personal reasons but I would definately prefer hyd over B'glore or any other city in India. I mainly loved it because less traffic, new infrastructure of the city, plenty of big IT companies and weather (if you can bear 2-3 months of hot summer, rest of the time is good), plenty of new restaurants, malls, sightseeing, etc, etc.
Only issue there is a language, rest is all good.
 
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Yes well said Grishma. I have been to Hyderabad for around 2.5 Years and I too feel the same about Hyderabad.

Great city. Language is a constraint but not a major one.
 
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Grishma Dube wrote:I also born & brought up in Mumbai and always loved this city with its own problems. But went to Hyderabad and stayed there for almost 3 yrs. I loved that city more than Mumbai. I just returned back to M'bai due to personal reasons but I would definately prefer hyd over B'glore or any other city in India. I mainly loved it because less traffic, new infrastructure of the city, plenty of big IT companies and weather (if you can bear 2-3 months of hot summer, rest of the time is good), plenty of new restaurants, malls, sightseeing, etc, etc.
Only issue there is a language, rest is all good.


Hyderabad is aslo good city.
 
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