Indian Institute of Science (IISc) was established in 1909 by a visionary partnership between the industrialist Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata , the Maharaja of Mysore and the Government of India. The Institute has a highly qualified and internationally acclaimed faculty numbering about 500, a student strength of almost 4000, supporting staff and project staff of about 1000. There are 800 residences and about 60 departments/ units.
To cater to the needs of the Institute Community a shopping complex was constructed near the residential area.
The details of the space available and the proposed activity are as follows
On the ground floor
Expected facilities: Groceries, vegetables, fruits, baby food and baby-care products such as disposable diapers, Breads and bakery products, books, newspapers, and magazines, canned goods, CDs, audio cassettes, DVDs, videos, confections and candies, cosmetics, dairy products and eggs, Delicatessen foods (ready-to-eat),Electrical products such as light bulbs, extension cords, etc., frozen foods, Greeting cards, House-cleaning products, housewares, dishware, utensils, laundry products such as detergents and fabric softeners, meat, fish, and sea foods, first aid items, Non alcoholic beverages such as soft drinks, juices, and bottled water, personal hygiene and grooming products, pet foods and products, Seasonal items and decorations, Snack foods, Toys and novelties.
On the first floor
Services include haircuts & styling, face treatments, scalp treatments, nail treatments, shaves, waxing, colouring services, etc.,.
Services include hair treatment, waxing and hair removal, hair spa, body exfoliation, hail extension, hair cut, facial, body massage, makeup, threading, body massage, hair straightening, hair colouring, manicure, pedicure, foot massage, etc.,.
All popular bakery products and confectionaries, which includes sugar free and egg free items.
On the Second Floor
Multi cuisine restaurant catering to the needs of vegetarians and non vegetarians.
Individuals/ Agencies having requisite experience in running any of the above facilities may send the complete details in the format provided to
Prof. Satish Vasu Kailash,
Department of Mechanical Engineering,
Indian Institute of Science,
Bangalore – 560 012,
on or before 10th August 2016. The cover should be super scribed as ‘Expression of Interest for allotment of space in the new shopping complex‘.
Details such as facilities intended to be provided, shop timings and any other details that the individual/ agency wants to provide may be included in the EOI.