Davangere is lying at the geographical centre of the state of Karnataka on NH-4, India. Since 15th August 1997 Davangere has been recognized as the District H.Q. Later it is upgraded as Davanagere City Corporation on 6th Jan, 2007 with a population of over Five Lakhs. Davangere was known as "The Manchester of Karnataka". The growth of Educational Institutions has now earned Davangere the name "The Oxford of Karnataka" as it were to compensate the set back that the Davangere city had experienced. Apart from Bapuji Educational Association institutions, there are a number of Government and other Private Schools and Colleges to cater the educational needs of students of Karnataka and also of other states and abroad. Davangere is one of the most convenient, safe, and pleasant cities to stay and study. As a place to study, Davangere is ideal with many educational institutions in diverse fields. Davangere combines the advantages of big city life with those aspects usually associated with small towns. The city is a major trading center in state. The city has good infrastructure, communication, and entertainment facilities. The languages, English and Hindi are understood by most of the people.
Davangere is connected to the rest of the country by rail and road.

  • Train services directly connects Davangere to the major cities of India such as Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram.
  • The nearest airports are at Bangalore and Hubli, from where flights are available to all parts of the country.
  • By road Davangere is 265 km from Bangalore and 145 km from Hubli situated on the Pune-Bangalore National Highway-4.

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