Mobile phones in India operate using GSM technology and function within 900/1800 MHz ranges. If you already own a GSM phone and if your home country too operates within the same GSM range, you can use your phone in India.
There are many clubs and associations on campus. To list a few:
* Lights and Sounds Department
* English Language Activities Society (ELAS)
* BITS Embryo
* Music Club
* Dance Club
* Photography Club
* VFX Club
* Shades - The art club
* Quiz Club
* Dramatics club
* Ad-Astra - The Astronomy club
* Crux - the coding society
* Centre for Entrepreneurial Leadership
* The Society Involved In Re-Inventing India (SIRI)
* SAE (Society for Automotive Engineers) India - BPHC Chapter
* Design For Change (DFC) - BPHC Chapter
* Center for Innovation, Ideation and Entrepreneurship
* Linux User Group
* BPHC Android Group
* Student Mentorship Programme
* Automation and Robotics Club
* Hindi Club
Hyderabad has a tropical wet and dry climate bordering on a hot semi-arid climate. Summer, between March to June are hot and humid, with average highs in the mid 30s Celsius; maximum temperatures often exceed 40°C (104°F) between April and June. Winter lasts for only about 2 1/2 months, during which the lowest temperature occasionally dips to 10°C (50°F) in December and January. May is the hottest month and January, the coldest.
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