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About Noida City

NOIDA Constituted under the U.P. Industrial Area Development Act, 1976, NOIDA has now emerged as a planned, integrated, mordern Industrial City, well connect to Delhi through a network of roads, national highways and the ultra – morden DND flyover, offering inter – road linkages to all parts of the country. Spread over 20,316 hectares, with many sectors fully developed, NOIDA offers a pollution free high standard of living and highly supportive industrial environment with its unique infrastucture providing numerous, matchless facilities. Today, it stands as an enviavle monument of the concept of integrated Industrial township in the world, with smooth and wide roads, well developed land, unintrrupted power supply, clean and save drinking water, unfailing telephony, and splendid residential complexes in the serene and peaceful enviornment with greenery all around

One of the largest Industrial Townships of Asia Not very far from Delhi yet away from the dirt, grime and pollution, part of the National Capital Region, Noida is the industrial fairy land of the nation. New Ohkla Industrial Development Authority – NOIDA is one of the largest planned industrial townships of Asia. Set up in 1976, with a view to develop an Integrated Industrial Township for the industrial growth of the area, under the Uttar Pradesh Industrial Area Development Act, it best symbolizes harmony between human habitat and Industrial Enterprise.

It is located in the state of Uttar Pradesh at the fringes of Delhi, the national capital. Located athe doorstep od Delhi, NOIDA is only 14 Kms. away from Connaught Place. The 550 mtr. long, eight lane NOIDA Toll Bridge across Yamuna connecting Maharani Bagh in Delhi to NOIDA has further reduced the distance, time and cost of commuting to and fro Delhi-NOIDA. Noida has all the key advantages of Delhi without having its disadvantages. The development area encompasses about 20, 316 hectares of land consisting of 81 villages of district Gautam Budh Nagar.

Roads in Noida

Yamuna Expressway- 40 Kms (Zero Point to Jewar )
Noida – Greater Noida Expressway -27 Kms ( Chilla to Pari chowk )
National Highway : 24 – 06 Kms ( NIB to Chijarsi )
National Highway : 91 – 32 Kms ( Lalkuan to Kot- Dadri )
Udhyog marg : 05 Kms ( sector 14 A to Jhundpura )
MP : 1 marg- 15 Kms ( DND to NIB )
MP : 2 marg- 19 Kms ( Filmcity to Model town )
MP : 3 marg- 35 Kms ( Okhla barrage to Noida Ext. )
DSC Road – 35 Kms. (Golchakkar to Dadri)
Total internal roads : over 1600 km approx.
Yamuna Expressway- 40 Kms (Zero Point to Jewar )
Noida – Greater Noida Expressway -27 Kms ( Chilla to Pari chowk )
National Highway : 24 – 06 Kms ( NIB to Chijarsi )
National Highway : 91 – 32 Kms ( Lalkuan to Kot- Dadri )
Udhyog marg : 05 Kms ( sector 14 A to Jhundpura )
MP : 1 marg- 15 Kms ( DND to NIB )
MP : 2 marg- 19 Kms ( Filmcity to Model town )
MP : 3 marg- 35 Kms ( Okhla barrage to Noida Ext. )
DSC Road – 35 Kms. (Golchakkar to Dadri)
Total internal roads : over 1600 km approx.

Population of Demopgraphy

As per provisional data of 2011 census, Noida had a population of 642,381 out of which males were 352,577 and females were 289,804. The literacy rate was 88.58 percent. Male literacy was 92.90% and female literacy was 83.28%.

There are people of almost all major religions, but the majority practice Hinduism. Many famous Hindu temples are located in the city, some of the more famous ones are the Sai Baba Temple in Sector 61, the Kuti Temple at Sec 163 Mohiyapur, the Hanuman temple in Sector 22 and the ISKCON temple in Sector 33. A Shia Jama Masjid in Sector 50 and St. Gregorios Indian ORTHODOX Church in Sector 51, Mar Thoma Church in Sector 50 and St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Sector 34 are also well known.

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