Pune is well connected by air, Road and rail network.


Pune has direct flights to and from many domestic as well as some international destinations. Pune airport is located at Lohegaon at a distance of 18 kms from the Savitribai Phule Pune University Campus. The Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport at Mumbai is about 175 kms (110 miles) away and it takes about 3.5 hrs to reach Pune from Mumbai through express way. Registered AC cabs also run between Mumbai airport and Pune.


There are daily and weekly trains connecting Pune to all major cities in India including Mumbai, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmadabad and many more.


Pune is well connected by a good road network connecting it to various cities and towns across the India. Various government as well as private agencies offer daily bus services to various destinations in the state of Maharashtra and the neighbouring states. OLA, UBER, K K Travels and Cool cabs (Registered taxis) run between Pune and Mumbai.

Venue of the conference:
Welcome to the ‘Oxford of the East’!
The Dnyaneshwar Hall, Main Builiding, Savitribai Phule Pune University.
The venue of the conference is the historical 147-year-old Main building of SPPU which is an iconic example of neo-gothic architecture in Pune. The building was originally made as the monsoon residence for the Governor in British era (1870) and is presently used as the office of Hon'ble Vice Chancellor. All talks and oral presentations will be arranged in Dnyaneshwar Hall (previously used as the ball room of Governor's house). We have also arranged a heritage walk to take you through a secret tunnel into the main building and all its rooms and halls to experience the grandeur of this heritage structure.
How to reach from the main gate to The Dnyaneshwar Hall, Main Builiding, SPPU:
If you do not have your own vehicle, then you can avail free bus facility available in the campus from our University’s main gate which can take you to the Main Building.
How to reach to the conference venue? : Follow the map