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India is one of the world’s great countries and has been a major seat of learning for thousands of years. The country was home to both Takshashila - the first university in the world, and to the inventor of the digit 0 - Aryabhaá¹­a.

"We owe a lot to the Indians who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made"- Albert Einstein

Today, India is known as a communication hub, and has become popular with international students from all over the world. It is highly attractive due to its forward thinking, its popularity with large multinational companies, and also due to English being the common language of communication.

"India is become a power house very fast, the medical school in New Delhi is now perhaps the best in the world. The technical graduates of Indian Institute of Technology, Bangalore are as good as any in the world. Also India has 150 million people for whom English is their main language so India is indeed becoming a knowledge center"- Peter Drucker

We are proud to be headquartered in the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore. Bangalore is sometimes referred to as the ‘IT capital of India’ because of its role as the nation's leading information technology (IT) exporter. India’s premier technology giants like ISRO, Infosys, Wipro and HAL are headquartered in the city.

We have our offices and training centers in all the IT hubs in India. We are in Chennai, Hyderabad, Delhi, Pune, Mumbai and Kolkata. Keen to get trained in India?

Advantage of Getting trained with us-  

Tailor made Solutions-If you are looking for customized training, be it customizing the content or the modules. We can tailor make them for you as per your requirement to have a flexible & adaptable approach to your business needs.

Cost Benefit- Our training services are highly affordable and are at par with the Global Standards and Qualities.

Club Training and Travelling-Explore India while you are getting trained. India has become a sought-out destination for Education Tourism, once the training is complete you can set out to explore places in India which could be offered to you as a training combo package.

RPS centres are conveniently located from the international airports. RPS ensures high connectivity and is always open to answer queries on your current training needs.

trainingSTATE OF THE ART INFRASTRUCTURE & 24/7 LABS

We strive to create an intellectual instructional environment that will help our students carry out their educational courses and master their training. To effectively support learning, computing labs remain accessible 24*7 to all our students in all our training centres.

At the beginning of the course, students are assigned a workstation and the machine is designated to them till the end of their learning programme. This allows our students full accessibility to learning anytime they want. Students can review, analyse and revise on the specific skills they have acquired during their learning sessions. This critical factor enriches the overall learning experience of the learner.

Lab Assistants

In order to assist the students with computer problems, network and basic questions, lab assistants are present in all labs. However, they do not assist the students with assignment completion or programming logic.

Lab Reservations

Machines could be reserved by instructors for scheduled classes, conferences, demonstrations or other group activities. During such class sessions, those machines are closed to other users.

Policies and Procedures
  • training RPS is committed to all legal norms in the area of software usage, licenses, copyright statuses and commercial documentation.
  • training Students and staff are requested to treat the access to computing environment at RPS with mutual respect and responsibility.
  • training Food and Drinks are not allowed inside the labs as residues from them affect the keyboard/mouse components. Students and users are required to avoid creating such undesirable working conditions.
Any questions or comments regarding Reservation, Lab usage, Policies or Procedures, could be submitted to and clarified by contacting our Lab Coordinator on info@rpsconsulting.in or +91-9741640001.

trainingACCOMMODATION

  • Bangalore
  • Chennai
  • Delhi
  • Hyderabad
  • Pune
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The Ritz-Carlton

Rating : Excellent

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No. 99 Residency Road, Srinivas Nagar, Bangalore - 560025

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080 4914 800

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Citadines

Rating : Excellent

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No 1 Langford Gardens, Richmond Road, Bangalore - 560001

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080 71000001

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The Pride Hotel

Rating : Excellent

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Langford Garden, Richmond Road, Bangalore - 560 025

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(080) 7100 0001

Transport and Leisure

Bangalore city offers many travel options. The city buses, auto rickshaws, metro, and plenty of cab services make it easier to navigate your way through the city. The help service at RPS is also available to help with bookings and information.

Buses:

Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) operates public transport bus service in Bangalore. The buses are well connected to all major and upcoming areas of the city. To assist the traveller’s comfort, there are both Non AC and AC buses.

For more information on bus routes to get around the city you may refer to http://bmtcroutes.in/ or http://www.mybmtc.com/ where you can also find information on fares, etc.

Metro:

Metros connect some major areas of the city. More metro lines are to be inaugurated in the recent future.

Auto Rickshaws:

Plenty of rickshaws could be found in almost all parts of the city. Before getting into an auto, make sure to find out about the functioning of meter.

Cabs/ Taxi:

Many private agencies offer a variety of cab services all across Bangalore. Planning the commute could be done with ease.

You can book cabs with any of the following service providers –

  • training Ola Cabs : http://www.olacabs.com/car-rentals/bangalore
  • training Meru Cabs: http://www.merucabs.com/
  • training Mega Cabs: http://www.megacabs.com/city/bangalore
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Sea Shell Residency

Rating : Excellent

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No 65, Greams Road, Thousand Lights, Chennai - 600 006

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(044) 2829 5866

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IBIS Hotel

Rating : Excellent

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No.689, Anna Salai, Thousand Lights,Mount Road, Chennai - 600006

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04471225588

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THE PARK Hotels

Rating : Excellent

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No.601,Anna Salai, Near US Embassy, Chennai - 600006

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04442676000

Transport and Leisure

Chennai provides travel-friendly options. As most major cities of India, Chennai has good bus connectivity to most parts of the city. There are other options such as Auto Rickshaws, suburban railway network, taxis, and private buses.

Buses:

The most feasible option is the government-owned Metropolitan Transport Corporation and is a major score of transportation in the city. Apart from the regular buses, there are also luxurious air conditioned buses and deluxe expresses that are well-connected to all major areas of the city.

For more information on bus routes in Chennai visit http://busroutes.in/chennai/

Auto Rickshaws:

Rickshaws are available to cover short and long distances within the city. Before getting into an auto, make sure to find out about the functioning of meter.

Taxis:

Travellers are provided options of both call taxis and tourist cabs. Air-conditioned, pre-arranged cabs cost about INR 150 for a basic fare of about 4 Km after which a charge of INR 15 is added to every kilometre. Fixed-rate cabs are also found at airports, railway stations, and bus terminals.

For information on taxis in Chennai you may refer to the following website

  • training http://www.chennai.com/calltaxi1.html5
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The Lemon Tree

Rating : Excellent

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Asset No. 6,Aerocity Hospitality District,IGI Airport, Delhi - 110037

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11 44232323

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The Pllazio Hotel

Rating : Excellent

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292-296, Sector 29,City Center, Gurgaon, Delhi - 122001

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124-4915000

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Hotel Allure

Rating : Excellent

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R-57, Greater Kailash part 1, New Delhi, Delhi - 110048

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7899855133

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Hill View

Rating : Excellent

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Prasashan Nagar, Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad - 500 034

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(040) 6711 1006

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Red Fox

Rating : Excellent

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Plot No.1 & 2,Survey No 64(P), Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500 081

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(040) 4448 4848

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Lemon Tree

Rating : Excellent

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Plot No.2, Survey No.64, HITEC City, Madhapur, Hyderabad - 500 081

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(040) 4421 2121

Transport and Leisure

Transport in Hyderabad is easy. Best travel options to get around the city are buses, auto-rickshaws, and cars.

Buses:

Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (APSRTC) is a government agency that operates buses in the city. Considering buses to be a major transportation service in the city, the bus routes are designed to help decrease the time of commute. The buses are frequent and provide good connectivity with all the parts of the Hyderabad City. Metro deluxe, metro express, city shuttles, and ordinary bus services are available.

For more information on routes and fares, you can visit http://www.apsrtconline.in/oprs-web/

Auto Rickshaws:

Another reasonable option for short and long distance travel in the city. Rickshaws are plenty in number and could be easily boarded from any part of the city. Before getting into an auto, make sure to find out about the functioning of meter.

Cars:

Rental cars are easily available with both self and chauffeur-driven options.

If you wish to book yourself a taxi during your stay here refer to some of the following websites-

  • training http://www.merucabs.com/
  • training http://megacabshyd.com
  • training http://www.olacabs.com/car-rentals/hyderabad
  • training http://www.yellowcabshyd.com
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Eco Inn

Rating : Excellent

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Final Plot No 2 ,Near Ganpati Mandir Chowk,Viman Nagar, Pune - 411014

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020 26631137

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Ankur Inn

Rating : Excellent

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Plot No.60+61,Near Lalwani Plaza, Vimannagar, Pune - 411014

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020-69333322

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Fortune Inn

Rating : Excellent

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Plot No. 6, Viman Nagar, Pune Nagar Road Pune - 411014

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020 39848484

Transport and Leisure

Pune is considered to be a student city on the whole, which has also gained tremendous attention among expats. The city is rather well connected by buses, auto-rickshaws and cabs.

Buses in Pune:

The city buses are run by PMPML which offers a very extensive networking connecting you to major areas such as Kothrud, Nigdi, Hadapsar, Deccan and Katraj. Bus fares range between INR 5 to INR 22 depending on the route you travel on. For more information on routes and rates visit http://www.pmpml.org/Routes.php

Auto-Rickshaws:

There are abundant numbers of three wheeled rickshaws available all over the city. Typically, you will be charged about INR 17 for the first 1.5 k after which you are charged a basic fare for every extra kilometers.

Taxis in Pune:

If you are looking for a more comfortable ride around the city you may consider some of the following private taxi compares that offer well maintained vehicles at affordable costs.

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RPS team is completely aware of the challenges that a foreign student could face in a new country and hope to aid to the students comfort in possible ways. To help the students adjust to the new environment and ease the transition RPS has developed a variety of services for international students. The services include information on flights, bookings, arranging study permits and visas,accommodation, airport pick-up, calling cards, and much more.

The centres are established in metropolitan city with well-connected international airports. Direct flights could be easily booked to and from Bangalore, Chennai, and Hyderabad international airports.

To get to our RPS Bangalore Centre:

Name of the Airport : Bengaluru International Airport/Kempegowda International Airport

International Flights : The airport is host to 10 domestic and 21 international airlines including Air Arabia, Air Asia, Air India, Emirates, Lufthansa, British Airways, Singapore Airlines, and others.

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  • BANGALORE
  • CHENNAI
  • HYDERABAD

The busy city celebrates its weekends by drinking coffee and eating good food. For those who wish to travel, the outskirts of the city offer many exquisite travel destinations. May it be a day’s trek or a weekend’s getaway, the city offers good connectivity to places that are blessed with nature’s beauty and have many stories attached to.

Here are a few places you can visit in and around Bangalore

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Nandi Hills

Located at about 60 Km from Bangalore, Nandi Hills is a well-known destination for long drives and short trips. Along with excellent sightseeing opportunities, the place also hands one a chance to explore some adventurous team activities such as cycling and trekking. The place is best visited at the time of sunrise or sunset to catch the best view of the region.

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Shivanasamudra Waterfalls

At about 130 Km from the city, Shivanasamudra is the most visited waterfalls around Bangalore. The two falls Gagana Chukki and Bhara Chukki are formed as Cauvery River splits into two. The falls are a treat to eyes during Monsoon. In addition, the place offers good sightseeing and trekking opportunities.

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Bheemeshwari Jungle Lodges

Wildlife of the region could be best explored at Bheemeshwari Wildlife Sanctuary. Situated at 100 Km from the city, the place is perfect for a quick getaway. The region is home to a range of jungle lodges complete with rustic exteriors and open interior spaces. The place offers a chance to stay very close to the greenery and connect more with nature.

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Wayanad

Located on the foothills of the Western Ghats, Wayanad is a favourite destination to adventure seekers and nature lovers. It provides a perfect environment to go on moderate and difficulty level treks and also to settle down with a book and enjoy the green, foggy landscape. Wayanad gives an opportunity to explore the flora, fauna, and wildlife of the region. The place also offers a range of activities such as high rope traversing, raft building and jumaring.

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Coorg

Coorg comprises of much nature gifted regions and is located at about 240 Km from the city. The scenic town is surrounded by beautiful rubber and coffee plantations. The calm, inspiring atmosphere of the hills is carpeted for miles with velvety green grass. The near-by hills provide a great opportunity to cycle, trek, and go on long bike rides. One can make a trip to the elephant camps, spice plantations and the Buddhist refugee camp.

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Mysore

Mysore is the `closet city to Bangalore and is a popular tourist destination. Mysore provides an opportunity to explore the culture of the region. The place holds on to its history heritage with the Mysore Palace, Brindavan Gardens, Chamundi hills and other well-known attractions. Mysore is best for a short day’s trip.

For more information on these destinations and how to get there you can refer to-

  • training http://www.wikitravel.org
  • training http://www.cleartrip.com
  • training http://www.makemytrip.com

Chennai is the coastal capital of Tamil Nadu. There are a number of beaches, temples, museums, cathedrals, and other places that one could visit in the city. Other than that the outskirts of Chennai connect to some beautiful holiday spots that one can relax in during weekends.

Here are few popular tourist places one can visit in and around Chennai.

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Yelagiri

The hill station is one of the most popular trekkers’ destinations in South India. It is located off Chennai-Bangalore road at about 260Km from the city. The hills that stand between forest and fields are covered with lush green trees and offers amazing weather. The place is best visited during monsoon. Punganur Lake is surrounded by hills and is best known for boating and bird watching.

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Tranquebar

The small town located on the shores of a blue sea is a former prosperous Danish trading centre. The place provides the calm of the sea and quenches your thirst for history. The town is also known as the Land of the Singing Waves and is perfect for having a relaxed weekend. Dansborg Fort, the Masilamani Nathar Templre and the Jerusalem Church are the other places you can visit when you are in the place.

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Yercaud

The hill station that is located about 360 Km from Chennai and 22 Km from Salem is famous for its orange groves and coffee plantations. The destination offers sites for trekking and bird watching and is often compared to the country’s most famous hill station ‘Ooty’. Other than hiking, the place also provides opportunities to pursue boating and visit silk farms, Killiyur Falls, historical temples and colonial buildings, and other scenic beauties.

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Masinagudi

Masinagudi is excellent for wildlife enthusiasts. The place is located on the foothills of Nilgiris and the region is sandwiched between Bandipur and Mudumalai national Parks. Masinagudi is home for many elephants, deers, bisons, and other animals. One can trek on Gopalswami Betta Hill and catch a beautiful view.

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Valaprai

Valaprai is carpeted with exquisite looking tea plantations. On the way to the city, one can also find cinchona and coffee plantations. With fresh tea and beautiful weather, the town is a green heaven. One can visit the National park that’s nearby and witness the wildlife of the area. Elephants, tigers, leopards and gaurs can be found in the region.

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Meghamalai

Meghamalai is described as ‘Traveller’s Tressure’, ‘The Paradise’, many other things due to its mesmerizing beauty. The region is home for many tea estates, wildlife and forests. However, tourism infrastructure at the place is week and accommodation will have to be booked in a nearby village or town.

For more information these destinations and how to get there you can refer to-

  • traininghttp://www.wikitravel.org
  • traininghttp://www.cleartrip.com
  • traininghttp://www.makemytrip.com

India a country of many tourist destinations and Hyderabad is one of the must visit cities. Hyderabad offers many tourist attractions in the fields of history, anthropology and religion. The outskirts of the city hold some mesmerising hills and other scenic places that offer the beauty of nature in abundance. To add colour to your experience, a day or two days getaways can be planned easily to these places.

Here are a few popular tourist destinations in and around Hyderabad

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Charminar or Chowmahalla Palace

The famous monument and mosque was built in 1590’s. The name Char Minar literally means Four Towers in English. The region around the place offers certain historical heritage to the city. The jewellery market that is in the region is well known for its pearl and other traditional accessory collections. Don’t forget to visit Charminar at evening when the palace is illuminated.

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Golconda Fort

The ruins of the fort that was built in the 1600’s, ruled by many kingdoms and was left abandoned, now, stands with great anthropological, historical and religious importance. The fort is located 11 Km west to the city. The sound and light shows that are conducted in the fort brings back to life the legend of the fort and tells the tale of the ups and downs that history witnessed in the fort.

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Moula-Ali Hill

Moula-Ali is a rocky hill that is perfect for amateur trekkers. It is about 10 Km away from Secunderabad (known as the twin city of Hyderabad). The trek is an easy one and consists of a good number of steps. At the top of the hill, one can find the Moula-Ali Dargah and catch the best sight of the Hyderabad City.

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Ananthagiri hills and the Deccan Trails

About 90 Km from the city is the hill station – Ananthagiri. The place is a hot favourite among adventure and nature lovers, and forest explorers. One can trek through the beautiful forest and come across multi-coloured flowers. The trek is on the easy to moderate difficulty level and therefore, viable to everyone. The Deccan Trails provide the best camping sites and also offer many adventure sports.

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Bidar

Bidar is at about 130 KM from the Hyderabad city and is perfect for a short day’s trip. The city offers many interesting historical attractions. When in the city, one can visit the Bidar Fort, Gurudwara, Chowbara, Bidir Shahi Tombs and other attractions.

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Nagarjuna Sagar

One of the largest dams built in Asia- Nagarjuna Sagar Dam provides a range of tourist experiences. The dam is situated at about 150 Km from the city. Along with the scenic beauty of the waterfall, the place also has boat rides. One can ride through the river to Nagarjuna Konda, a fascinating island museum located in the middle of the dam.

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Kuntala Waterfalls

Situated at about 280 Km from Hyderabad, the waterfalls is gifted by the beauty of Mother Nature. It has the pride of being the highest waterfall in the state. The scenery is at its best during the monsoon. There are also a number other waterfalls nearby that could be visited along with it.

For more information these destinations and how to get there you can refer to-

  • training http://www.wikitravel.org
  • training http://www.cleartrip.com
  • training http://www.makemytrip.com

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Several hospitals and clinics can be found in all the metropolitan cities. The location to the hospitals could be easily found on the internet or with local help. For antibiotics and sanitary needs, plenty of pharmacies are available. A number of hospitals are in a close distance to all our centres.

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In India, local currency used to make purchases is Indian Rupees. Foreign currency can be brought in and exchanged at the currency exchange booths inside airports.

Any queries regarding currency exchange or other travel/logistics related issues can be clarified by consulting our fully-functional, centralized helpdesk. Our service-in-charge is happy to assist you on getting your foreign currency exchanged or in finding the closest dealer establishment.

For further clarity, we have a list if FAQ’s relating to money matters while visiting India:

Where can I buy or sell foreign exchange?

Foreign exchange can be purchased from any authorised bank or dealer establishments such as:

  • Thomas cook
  • Western Union

Plus, RPS provides in-house facility to get your foreign currency exchange. Full-Fledged Money Changers (FFMCs) are also permitted to release exchange for business and private visits (The list of Authorized Dealers is available on www.rbi.org.in).

Where can I check for current exchange rates?  

Contact our helpdesk or visit www.xe.com to find out the current exchange rates before approaching an exchange office.

Could you tell me more on Indian currency?

The Indian Currency is called the Indian Rupee (INR). One rupee consists of 100 paise. Even though 50 paise coins still exists, it is not seen much in circulation.

At present, the coins in circulation are one, two, five and ten rupees. Bank notes are issued in denomination of Rs.10, Rs.20, Rs.50, Rs.100, Rs.500 and Rs.2000. The notes are minted by the Reserve Bank of India and are valid throughout the country.

Can foreign tourists/students open a bank account in India during their short visit?

Yes. Foreign Tourists can open a Non-Resident (Ordinary) Rupee (NRO) account (Current/Savings) with any Authorised Dealer Bank that is permitted in handling foreign exchange. The validity of such accounts is up to a maximum period of 6 months.

What are the documents required for opening such accounts?

Identification Proofs such as Passport and others ID's are required to open the account. Authorised Dealer Banks are required to follow the Know-Your-Customer norms while opening accounts.

Can local payments be made through the NRO account?

Yes. Non-residents can freely make use of their NRO accounts to make local payments. All payments exceeding INR 50,000 can be made only through cheques / pay orders / demand drafts.

For more information on currency related matters feel free to reach our helpdesk at
info@rpsconsulting.in or +91-9741640001

trainingHELP DESK

International Students Helpdesk Services

Student success is the prime dictum at RPS. Our helpdesk is designed with an objective to help the students achieve this success. RPS wants its students to have a pleasant learning experience and for the purpose, have a number of services that could be offered throughout the journey. As you progress through the website, you’ll learn more of these services. Helpdesk at RPS offers complete assistance and support for its international students from the time of arrival to the successful completion of the course training.

Travel Bookings

Any travel queries will be answered by our helpdesk. We are happy to assist you on flight and hotel bookings, and help you find the right fit. Students could drop a line or call us to receive helpregarding booking direct flights, changing itinerary, extending insurance, and such other concerns.

In case the student wishes to make bookings on their own, further guidance and information could be found on our website pages 'Direct Flights' and 'Accommodation'.

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