Coimbatore, also known as the Manchester of South India, is home to a large number
textile mills, textile machinery manufacturers, hosiery units and engineering industries.
Coimbatore (population – 1.25 million) is the second biggest city of the southern state of Tamilnadu, India and is identified as one of the fast developing metros of India.
There are about 50,000 small, medium and large scale industries.
It has 5 universities, 25 Engineering Institutions & more than 100 arts & science colleges
Coimbatore city is strategically located at the junction of the three modern southern
states Tamilnadu, Kerala and Karnataka with proximity to many important cities of Southern
India. It is well connected by air and surface transport. This friendly city has a
salubrious climate and surrounded by major tourist spots, has always been a natural
favorite with international tourists. The scenic hill stations of Ooty, Munnar and
Kodaikannal, the historic temples of Perur, Palani, the historic city of Madurai,
Guruvayur, the nearby exciting Kerala with its enchanting back-waters and ayurvedic
health resorts to name a few are all a couple of hours drive.