The city of Bangalore has acquired a unique status in the country today. Once known for its salubrious climate and beautiful gardens, Bangalore is now emerging as a hub of commercial, industrial and IT activity. Globally known MNCs from IT to Biotechnology, from Engineering to Finance, from Automotive to Pharma have set up their offices in Bangalore. Giants like Infosys, Wipro, TCS and Biocon to name a few, have taken cognizance of the fact that Bangalore will play a critical role in the developing economy of the country.  
A number of international companies have set up shop or stationed their representatives in this city. Bangalore is certainly in the limelight today and has become an attractive destination for the new generation. With good climate, easy availability of accommodation and excellent educational and recreational facilities, Bangalore offers the youth of India a much coveted home-base.
  Perceiving the crucial position of Bangalore, TASMAC decided to expand its activities in this city of the 21st century by selecting a very prominent locality of Hosur Road, the road that leads to the Electronic City, the IT hub of Bangalore. Hosur Road, as most people know, is a swiftly developing suburb of the city and home to some of the top-notch IT companies and leading corporates. Very recently, the government has announced an elevated highway on Hosur Road leading to the Electronic City, further emphasizing the importance of this road.
TASMAC, therefore zeroed-in to acquire a mammoth 4- storied structure on Hosur Raod that would house its new generation, ultra modern education centre. This new campus building is 3 times larger than the previous structure and offers an array of the finest features a campus can offer. It is centrally air-conditioned with 24- hour power back-up. Once inside, you experience the sheer vastness of space; a host of centrally air- conditioned classrooms with accommodation ranging from 15 to 60 students -well designed to give the students a feel of comfort; a state-of-the art seminar room that can accommodate approximately 250 people. Moving on to the library, there is an impressive range of books on management, IT and media, in addition to an excellent collection of video cassettes and CDs on these subjects. Connected to the library, is a reading room that houses a number of journals, magazines and newspapers, and a Video Room -where students can view a variety of CDs and cassettes on their subjects of choice and study.
The entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled with 24x7 availability of Internet. There is a huge computer lab that houses the latest in hardware and software so students have access to online information and support. There are student breakout rooms: a modern concept that enables students to have fruitful discussions and work on assignments individually or in groups.  
Panel discussions in association with Business Gyan
Students of TASMAC and leaders from various industries meet every month to discuss the issue that makes up the cover feature of Business Gyan Business Digest. This panel discussion is a great opportunity for students to get updated with practical and real issues faced by managers in Bangalore.

Mr Mathew J Mampra, CEO Bangalore Power Controls, Mr Ganesh K J, Marketing Manager Postpaid Divn &. Corporate Sales, Airtel (Bharti Mobiel Ltd), Mr Chella Pandian, Manager -HR, Biocon India Ltd. are some of the eminent personalities that have graced these panel discussions.

HR India meetings at TASMAC
HR India is one of India's leading human resource management associations and comprises a powerful mix of top professionals from various industries. Since February 2005 all HRI monthly meetings take place at the TASMAC house. Students benefit immensely from this opportunity to listen to some of the best HR speakers in the country and also to extend their own HR network, which in turn reflects positively on their own placement prospects.