Travel Guide

PSCES-2020 conference venue

Pandit Madan Mohal Malaviya Hall

Guesthouse-cum-Convention center

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Pune.

Dr. Homi Bhabha Road, Pashan, Pune 411008 INDIA

How to Reach Pune:

Pune is well connected by air, rail, and road to other major cities in India. When arriving by train or bus, you can alight at either Pune Jn (main railway station & bus stand) or at the Shivajinagar station / bus stand. Another option is to travel to Mumbai and then take a taxi, bus or train to Pune.

How to reach IISER:

IISER is located in between Pashan and Baner areas, in the north-western part of Pune city. It is about three kilometers from Pune University circle. If you take Baner road from Pune University circle, you will reach the Baner Gate of IISER Pune on your left. On the pashan side, National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) is a known landmark very close to IISER. Going from Pune University towards Pashan, the Pashan Gate of IISER Pune is located about 200 metres from NCL gate, on the same side of the road.

Pune Municipal Transport buses halt at Baner Road opposite to Baner Gate and at the Panchavati bus stop located just opposite to the Pashan gate. We would advise that if you are coming by autorickshaw or taxi, please get the vehicle inside the campus as it can be a fairly long walk from the gate with luggage.

Note: Autorickshaws charge a higher rate at night.

From the Airport:

By taxi / autorickshaw, IISER is about 18 km from the airport. An autorickshaw will cost around Rs. 250/ to 300/- while a pre-paid taxi from the airport will be around Rs. 550/- (Ola/UBER will be slightly cheaper).

From the Railway Station:

IISER Pune is about 10 km from Pune main railway station and an autorickshaw will cost between Rs. 100/- to 150/-.

From Shivajinagar, the distance to IISER Pune is about 6 km and an autorickshaw will cost about Rs. 75/-.

If you are coming by PMT bus, please alight at the Panchavati bus stop (for Pashan gate) or at Someshwar Wadi stop (for Baner gate). 


Pune from Mumbai:

From the Mumbai airport, take a taxi to Pune (KK travels, for example). One can also go to the Mumbai CST station and take a train to Pune. Tickets may be booked in advance - please visit the Indian Railways site. One can also travel from Dadar or Borivali by a Volvo bus to Pune. This can cost between Rs. 350/- to 550/-.

PSCES 2020

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