Hyderabad and Pune secured the second and third spots, respectively, with 13 per cent and 11 per cent votes, it stated.
Delhi-NCR (20 per cent) secured the least votes among the many most popular metropolis chart, it stated.
Whereas Kolkata with 21 per cent votes fared barely higher than Delhi-NCR, it added.
The survey was carried out on-line initially of April amongst over 1,830 IT professionals within the 25-35 years age group having not less than two years of expertise.
Additional, the survey has confirmed that 58 per cent of IT professionals favor Bengaluru as the town offers excessive dwelling requirements.
About 71 per cent voted the town as the most effective on the subject of wage hike, whereas 68 per cent voted for the town for profession development and job alternatives, it added.
The survey additionally revealed that over 57 per cent of IT professionals are already working within the metropolis of their alternative.
When requested about their future plans about shifting the town, most of them confirmed no real interest in altering their metropolis of labor, it added.
Bengaluru wins the primary spot amongst skilled professionals and freshers alike as 61 per cent respondents stated that the town provided greatest alternatives for IT professionals to kick-start their profession within the trade, the survey added.