Staying at KOTA
There are a number of hotels near the center.
These are available in various price ranges and are within walking distance of the center:

1. Hotel Uday Regency http://www.hoteltheudayregency.com

2. Madhushree Hotel http://www.hotelmadhushree.com

3. Hotel Grand Chandiram http://www.hotelthegrandchandiram.com

4. Hotel Surya Rime http://www.thesuryahotels.com/hotel-surya-prime

All of these hotels do give special discounts to our trainees. Please feel free to inquire with us before booking.

Things To Do and Eating Out



Kota, also known as Education City of India, has become a hub for coaching for Engineering and Medical Entrance examinations, attracting hundreds of thousand students every year. Students from all over India come to study in Kota and prepare particularly for the IIT-JEE and AIPMT. Kota is located along eastern bank of the Chambal River in the southern part of Rajasthan. It is the third largest city of Rajasthan after Jaipur. and Jodhpur. The cartographic coordinates are 25.18°N 75.83°E.[2] It covers an area of 12,436 km2 (3.63 per cent of the Rajasthan State).[3] It has an average elevation of 271 meters (889 ft). The district is bound on the north and north west by Sawai MadhopurTonk and Bundi districts. The Chambal River separates these districts from Kota district, forming the natural boundary. Kota is the home of Kota stone, sand stone, Kota Sarees, kachori, and coachings.


Distance from major cities

. Jaipur - 236 km

. Delhi - 500 km

. Mumbai - 920 km

. Ahemdabad - 550 km

. Ujjain - 257 km

. Indore - 307 km

. Pune - 760 km

Kota has a semi arid climate with high temperatures throughout the year. Summers are long, hot and dry, starting in late March and lasting till the end of June. The monsoon season follows with comparatively lower temperatures, but higher humidity and frequent, torrential downpours. The monsoons subside in October and temperatures rise again. The brief, mild winter starts in late November and lasts until the last week of February. Temperatures hover between 26.7°C (max) to 12°C (min). This is the best time to visit Kota.
The average annual rainfall in the Kota district is 660.6 mm.[3] Most of the rainfall can be attributed to the southwest monsoon which has its beginning around the last week of June and may last till mid-September. Pre-monsoon showers begin towards the middle of June with post-monsoon rains occasionally occurring in October. The winter is largely dry, although some rainfall does occur as a result of the Western Disturbance passing over.

Getting to KOTA
Kota is connected with road and rail. It is also connected by air, although only chartered flights are available.
The nearest major airports are located at Jaipur and Udaipur which operate flights to DelhiMumbaiPuneIndoreAhmedabad and most large cities in India.



The district is connected with neighboring districts and with major cities outside the state. National highway No.12 (JaipurJabalpur) and National Highway No.76 passes through the district. National Highway No.76 is a part of East-West Corridor. The total road length in the district is 2,052 km. as of March 2011.
There are two bus stations in Kota:

. Rajasthan Roadways bus stand in Nayapura

. Inter State bus terminal at DCM road

. Rawatbhata bus stand at Ghode Wale Baba Crossing

Daily buses carry passengers inter-state as well as within the city.


Kota is connected to most major cities in the state and outside it. It is an important station on the Delhi-Mumbai main line. It is also the main entrance way for IndoreUjjain and Jabalpur which belongs to West Central Railway. Kota Junction is one of the divisional headquarter of the West Central Railway. Kota has several direct trains to Kolkata. Kota has four railway stations. Another suburban station of South Kota city is Dakaniya Talav Railway station which has a stoppage of Avadh Express and Dehradun Express.
The city is a halt for around 100 trains, including Jaipur - Indore SuperFast,Udaipur SuperFast (Delhi - Udaipur City Express), Dayodaya Express (Jaipur - Jabalpur Express / Ajmer - Jabalpur Express), Jodhpur - Indore IntercityHazrat Nizamuddin - Indore Express, Garbha Express, Marusagar Express (Ajmer - Ernakulam Express / Arnakulam Express), Jaipur - Mysore Express, Jaipur - Chennai Express, Jaipur - Coimbatore Express, Jodhpur - Puri Express, Jodhpur - Bhopal Express, Jodhpur - Indore Intercity, and the Rajdhani Express.
The DelhiMumbai railway line passes through the Kota junction. The district has 148.83 km of railway line in the Kota— Ruthia section, 98.72 km on NagdaMathura (Mumbai-Delhi) section and 24.26 km on Kota—Chittorgarh section.
A broad-gauge railway facility between Kota and Jodhpur via Jaipur exists.
Kota is also an originating point for many trains like Kota - Damoh Passenger (Kota - Katni Passenger) connecting Kota to Damoh inMadhya Pradesh. The Kota - Indore Intercity Express connects to another major city of Madhya Pradesh, Indore Junction. There is also a Jan Shatabdi Express train, from Kota to national capital Delhi. The other includes, Kota - Vadodara Passenger, Kota - Hanumangarh Express, Kota - Ajmer, Kota - Jabalpur & Kota - Bina Passenger. Kota - Patna Express connects Kota and Patna cities via Agra, Kanpur, Lucknow and Varanasi.

Getting to the Training Center

The center SuVi Eye Hospital & Research Centre
C 13 TALWANDI, KOTA, RAJ. 324 005
Phone +91 935 141 2449
Website: www.suvieye.com

Local Map of SuVi Eye Institute & Lasik Laser Center, Kota, India
The center is located in the Talwandi area of Kota that is easy to reach.

Places of interest


Kota has two noteworthy museums:

. Madhorao Madho Singh Museum

Situated in the old palace, the museum has a collection of Rajput miniature paintings of the Kota school, sculptures, frescoes and armoury. The museum also houses a repository of artistic items used by the Kota rulers.

. Goverment Museum

Housed in the Brijvilas Palace near the Kishore Sagar, the museum displays a collection of rare coins, manuscripts and a representative selection of Hadoti sculpture. Especially noteworthy is a sculptured statue brought here from Baroli.

Places of worship








Godavari dham temple, Kota
Kota is home to a large number of Temples and Gurudwaras, some of which date back to the medieval period. Notable places of worship include:

This Hanuman Temple is located beside the Chambal River. It has two high marble towers and huge marble swan built at the top of the entrance gate. It is visited by a large number of devotees especially on Tuesdays and Saturdays when a midnight Aarti of Lord Hanuman is organised. Around of 800-1000 Peoples are came on every Tuesday midnight for attending Pooja.

Situated on Kota-Bundi highway 8 km from Kota city, it is the largest Gurudwara of Kota and includes a "Langar" (community kitchen).

    Adharshila Dargah

    Badoli Temples

    Khare Ganesha Temple

    Tirupati Balaji Temple


    Shivpuri Dham Temple

    Radha Krishna Temple

    Rangbari Balaji Templ

    Adharshila Dargah, situated near Bheetariya kund, is abig rock. Its a big Rock in the water where the whole weight of rock is on one point

    Ram Janki Mandir, Keshavpura. Kota

                                           Other places of interest

          Chambal River Ghariyal (Alligator) reservoir

          Garh Palace

          Brijraj Bhavan Palace (residence of Ex-Darbar)

          Pahadajhar Mahadev waterfall

          Adhar Shila (slanting rock)

          Jawahar Sagar Dam

          Kota Barrage

    A part of the irrigation canal system on the Chambal River, this beautiful setting is ideal for outings and evening strolls.

    The palace of Jag Mandir stands amidst the artificial lake of Kishore Sagar constructed in 1346 AD by Prince Dher Deh of Bundi. Boat-rides can be enjoyed in the lake.






    Gumanpura and Kotri Road are the largest shopping spots in the city.