British Prime Minister David Cameron will visit the city on Thursday and is likely to meet West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

The venue and time of their meeting is being discussed between the officials of the State government and those of the British High Commission, official sources said.

During his six-hour visit, Mr. Cameron will participate in an interactive session with students at the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, located at Joka in South 24 Parganas district.

He is also expected to appear for an interview with the All India Radio that will be broadcast both by the AIR and by the British Broadcasting Corporation.

Mr. Cameron will be accompanied by a business delegation that will explore business opportunities in the State. The State government’s project of beautification of river Hooghly is one of the areas where West Bengal and the United Kingdom can work together, the sources added.

He is scheduled to arrive in the city in the afternoon and will fly to Sri Lanka later in the evening.