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New Okhla Industrial Development Authority
Noida City Skyline
Nickname(s): IT Capital of NCR
Noida is located in Uttar Pradesh
Location in Uttar Pradesh, India
Coordinates: 28°34′N 77°19′E / 28.57°N 77.32°E / 28.57; 77.32Coordinates: 28°34′N 77°19′E / 28.57°N 77.32°E / 28.57; 77.32
Country India
State Uttar Pradesh
District Gautam Buddh Nagar
 • Total 203 km2 (78 sq mi)
Elevation 200 m (700 ft)
Population (2011)[1]
 • Total 637,272
 • Rank 66th
 • Density 2,463/km2 (6,380/sq mi)
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 201301/07/09
Telephone code 0120
Vehicle registration UP-16

Noida, short for the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority, is a planned [2] city in India under the management of the New Okhla Industrial Development Authority (also called NOIDA). It is part of National Capital Region of India. Noida came into administrative existence on 17 April 1976 and celebrates 17 April as "Noida Day". It was set up as part of an urbanization thrust during the controversial Emergency period (1975–1977). The city was created under the UP Industrial Area Development Act by the initiatives of Sanjay Gandhi.The city has the highest per capita income in the whole National Capital Region. The Noida Authority is the richest civic bodies in the country.[3] As per provisional reports of Census India, population of Noida in 2011 is 642,381;[4] of which male and female are 352,577 and 289,804 respectively.[5] Noida is famous for excellent roads and considered Country's greenest city.[6][7]

Noida is located in Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh state. The district's administrative headquarters are in the nearby town of Greater Noida. However, the district's highest government official, the District Magistrate (DM), resides in Noida. The city is a part of the Noida Vidhan Sabha (state assembly) constituency and Gautam Buddha Nagar (Lok Sabha constituency). Minister of State for Culture, Tourism of Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma of the BJP is the current MP of Noida.[8][9] Noida is managed by Noida Authority that is headed by a CEO.[10] The current MLA who won in the by-elections is Vimla Batham. Noida ranked Best City in Uttar Pradesh and Best City in Housing in all of India in awards conducted by abp news in 2015(Best City Awards 2015),[11][12][13] Noida replaced Mumbai as the second-best realty destination, according to an analyst report.[14] Noida has emerged a hot spot for IT and IT-enabled services industry with many large companies setting up their businesses here,is becoming the preferred destinations for companies offering IT, ITeS, BPO, BTO and KPO services in various domains such as banking, financial services, insurance, pharma, auto, FMCG and manufacturing.According to a study by Assocham, .The major advantages include excellent power situation, salubrious climate eminently suited to IT industries, capability to increase the pool of skilled manpower, engineering colleges and other educational institutions, low cost of setting up an IT unit as well as low recurring cost (including cost of living).


Noida is located in Gautam Buddh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh state India. Noida is about 25 kilometres (16 mi) southeast of New Delhi, 20 kilometres (12 mi) northwest of the district headquarters, Greater Noida and 457 kilometres (284 mi) northwest of the state capital, Lucknow. It is bound on the west and southwest by the Yamuna River, on the north and northwest by the city of Delhi, on the northeast by the cities of Delhi and Ghaziabad, India and on the north-east, east and south-east by the Hindon River. Noida falls under the catchment area of the Yamuna River, and is located on the old river bed. The soil is rich and loamy.[dubious ]

Flora and fauna[edit]

Since Noida can also be termed as situated on the tail of Aravali, keeker is found everywhere. Other common trees are neem, peepal, banyan, and sheesham, Teak that grow naturally. Recent urbanization has introduced laburnam, red cotton, and other trees by the roadsides. People take a lot of interest in planting amaltash and gulmohar.

Okhla bird sanctuary

There are various types of grasses that grow naturally on the free ground, as this land was perfect for agriculture before construction work took over. Farming was in full swing, Sugarcane, wheat and vegetables were grown in great extent along with Mango, jamun and guavas.

You can record a great number of birds in Noida; sparrows, crows, mynahs, bulbuls, kingfishers, prinias, and bushchats can be spotted anywhere. With careful eyes one can also see barbets, munias, and wheateaters. Okla Bird Sanctuary is one such place to go and do bird watching and it has great number of birds varying from cormorants to jacanaa and seagulls. More than 55 species are always present and around the same number are seasonal and can be spotted from Sept.-Nov. Surajkund Sanctuary, Village areas are not far off for nature viewing.

Noida-Greater Noida Expressway[edit]

The Noida-Greater Noida Expressway is poised to become a self-sustaining urban pocket in the Noida with good infrastructure, This 23 km long corridor has attracted real estate investors and buyers with its good infrastructure facilities and connectivity to the other regions of NCR.

This area has emerged as a major growth corridor. Sectors abutting this corridor are 44, 45, 92-94, 96-100, 105, 108, 125-137 and 141-168. These sectors lie towards the south and south east of Noida.

This area is getting Metro connectivity which will make this region easily accessible from other parts of NCR. The proposed Metro line in this corridor will have 22 stations, out of which 15 stations will come in Noida and 7 in Greater Noida. This line would be an extension of Noida City Centre in sector 32. The proposed stations on the route are expected to come up at Sector 50, 78, 81, 83, 101, Dadri Road, Sector 137, 142, 143, 144, 147, 149 and 153.

The Noida-Greater Noida Expressway is one of the prime development corridors in the country, and unique as connectivity options are already functional or are making good progress.[15]

Noida expressway


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 per cent.[16]

There are people of almost all major religions, but the majority practise Hinduism. Many famous Hindu temples are located in the city, some of the more famous among which are Sai Baba Temple in Sector 61, Hanuman temple in Sector 22 and 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.


Noida stands at 17th place when it comes to cleanliness of a city in India.[17] The creation of associated physical infrastructure is higher in Noida and Greater Noida.[18] Most of the land in Noida is not very fertile and the agricultural output is low. It is in the flood plains of the Yamuna River on one side and the Hindon River on the other. Many villages are visible from the Noida Expressway, beginning from the Mahamaya flyover to Greater Noida on both sides. One end of Taj expressway terminates on Noida Expressway near the Hindon River and the other at Agra. Up until the 1980s these villages were flooded every 2–3 years, resulting in people temporarily moving to other places in Noida, and even as far as Mehrauli in Delhi. Noida is also famous for its tall buildings which comes 2nd after Mumbai in India.

Noida: Gold mine of Uttar Pradesh[edit]

In 2014 Noida had together approved a budget of Rs 20,000 crore for the development of the region. Leaders, bureaucrats, engineers and other officials lobbied hard to manage a job in Noida — considered a gold mine in the state’s power circles, “Noida is way above many other cities in budget allocation. This is the reason all leaders want to get involved in Noida.” Leaders and officials treat Noida as a gold mine because out of the state’s seven industrial authorities, it — with a Rs10,000-crore annual budget — is the richest in Uttar Pradesh.

There is always a huge amount of revenue surplus as they are unable to spend the entire amount on development or on maintaining civic amenities each year. Lease rent and interest from builders are the biggest contributors to Noida’s revenue. Besides, the authority gets huge revenue out of water and property transfer charges. “The Noida authority had deposited Rs3,500 crore as fixed deposits in various banks because of surplus fund Noida have so much surplus funds with it that it can run the city even if it do not take any taxes from its allottees for next 5 years in a row.”[19]


Noida is the location of Uttar Pradesh Technical University and various other colleges affiliated to it. It is also home to many prestigious centers of higher learning, including Galgotia's College of Engineering and Technology, Amity University, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Jaipuria Institute of Management, JSS Academy of Technical Education, Greater Noida Institute of Technology and Institute of Management Studies. Even IIM Lucknow and Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra have their extension campuses in Noida. Asian Academy of Film & Television, a film school is also located in Noida. Guitarmonk is a guitar school in Noida. Noida has many reputed schools like Army Public School Noida, Delhi Public School Noida, its first and only convent school, Assisi apart from Somerville School Noida, Kothari International, Amity International, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Vishwa Bharti Public School, Cambridge School, Mayoor School, Bal Bharati Public School, and Lotus Valley International School.


IT Park
Logix Cyber Park
IT Park

Noida is a major hub for multinational firms outsourcing IT services e.g. Sapient, Fiserv, Headstrong, EXL Service, First Flight Courier LTD, StudentsLeads, Padma Infocom Pvt. Ltd. IBM, Miracle, AON Hewitt, Fujitsu, CSC, TCS, Ajastra Media, WIPRO, Padma Infocom, HCL, Tech Mahindra, Adobe Systems,KPIT Technologies, Ericsson, Dell, Sparta Consulting, Patni Computers, Corbus, Accenture, Samsung etc. Many large software and business process outsourcing companies have their offices in the city.

Energy and Power Utility companies such as Reliance Infrastructure, NTPC Limited, Tata Power, Gas Authority of India Limited, Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, Oil India Limited, Samsung Engineering, BGR Energy Systems Ltd have their corporate offices in Noida.

Many other companies have their Indian branch offices in Noida, because of many factors, including its Special Economic Zone status, its suburban atmosphere and its proximity to Delhi. Noida also hosts the head office of the Software Technology Park, which was established by the Government of India to promote the software industry. In the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) Sector 135 along the expressway TCS, Accenture, Genpect and Steria have started their offices.

Noida is a major hub of industry. Noida has quickly emerged as a hub for automobile ancillary units, with companies like Escorts, Honda-SIEL, Moriroku Technology India Pvt Ltd and New Holland Tractors (JV of FIAT with Ford). A Daewoo plant was also located in the city, but has since closed. Various MNCs and major manufacturers like Alstom, ISGEC, LG, Samsung, Barclays Bank, Ericsson and music company T-Series also have their corporate offices in the city.

Development in industry, commerce and trade have led Noida to be a model city in UP. It is a major revenue earner for the government through taxes. The Noida model is now being replicated across various cities in UP, with a proactive development agency working to achieve high growth rates for business, industry and commercial ventures.

Media and entertainment[edit]

Noida is a prominent location for the Indian entertainment industry, with many films, television series, news channels, and other media being filmed here. The city is fast becoming a favourite among directors who want to show a shot of urban culture or college life. According to film producer Rishabh Arora, "Noida has developed a lot in the last decade and feels like home. And it's a great place for outdoor shoots. Films with urban stories become big hits and Noida lends the perfect flavour for urban-themed movies and song sequences. City have highways, colleges, wide roads and a good crowd."[20][21]

Film City, established by Sandeep Marwah, is a hub for major news channels and studios. News channels such as Zee News, NDTV, TV Today group, CNN-IBN, CNBC, NewsX, India TV are situated here. Noida's proximity to Delhi, which is the political hub of the country, makes it an attractive destination for news channels. Commercial activities have also risen in recent years, with a spate of new malls and multiplexes.

Shopping arcades[edit]

  • The Great India Place (GIP), Sector 38 A (near Sector 18)
  • Garden Galleria, Sector 38 A [Construction Mode] - {The Great India Place Phase-2}
  • The Mall of India Sector 18 [Construction Mode]
  • Centrestage Mall, Sector 18,
  • The Spice World Mall, Sector 25A, (near Noida stadium)
  • Shopprix Mall, Sector 61
  • Sab Mall, Sector 18
  • Atta Market, Sector 18


  • Corporate Suites Noida, Sector 62
  • Radisson Blu, Sector 18
  • Park Plaza, Sector 55
  • Fortune Inn Grazia, Sector 27
  • Nirula's, Sector 2
  • Park Ascent, Sector 62
  • Mosaic, Sector 18
  • Suraj K Mad., Sector 22
  • Ansal Plaza, Near Pari Chowk, Greater Noida
  • The Stellar Gymkhana Club, Near Pari Chowk, Greater Noida
  • Hyatt (under construction)
  • Orange Pie, Sector 66

Health service[edit]

Jaypee hospital in Sector 128

Noida has some world class private healthcares Like jaypee and fortis with 1200-bedded tertiary care multi-specialities but Noida lags far behind in government health care. All three of its government hospitals, Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar Multi-Specialty Hospital, Super Specialty Paediatric Institute and ESIC Hospital, lack super-specialists and only provide secondary medical care.[22][23][24][25][25]

Real estate issues[edit]

In 2005, Noida Authority announced the construction of the world's tallest building (of 135 stories) as part of the ambitious Noida City Center development project. While the proposal was still in preliminary stage, the Noida Authority came under fire and the project was shelved indefinitely,[26][27][28] due to protests from its citizens concerned about its controversial nature, due to the fact that the city does not have the geographical or administrative infrastructure to handle a 1 km tall building. Noida comes under Seismic Zone 4, which along with the loose soil and sand of the Yamuna river bed, means that a building collapse in an earthquake situation is a distinct possibility. It was felt that the city needed to focus on solving basic problems, like low water quality, security, traffic management and intermittent power supply before looking at grandiose projects of dubious value to the city.

In 2006, the massive sealing drive by the MCD in adjoining Delhi, forced traders to shut shops in Delhi and move to other locations. Gurgaon and Noida were the favoured destinations for such people, pushing property rates, both commercial and residential, further up. In November 2006, the Sector 18 market, a prime commercial area, set a new record for land rates in the NCR region with a plot of land being sold at an astronomical Rs. 650,000 per square meter, (approx $15,276 per square meter), a rate that compares well against the highest rates of real estate across the major cities of the world including New York, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong[citation needed].

Due to a rapid industrialization and urbanization in Noida and increasing infrastructure requirements, a lot of private housing players have become active in the region. But the intermittent reports of corruption and bending of laws for their own profit have created doubts of trustworthiness and quality in the mind of property purchasers.[29][30] Time and again the woes of the buyers makes national news.[31][32]

The latest issue which is going to impact the upcoming housing projects in Noida is an order from National Green Tribunal, directing Noida Authority to not issue completion certificates for any project falling within a radius of 10 km from Okhla Bird Sanctuary.[33] This has a potential to impact 4000 home buyers who are eagerly awaiting the delivery of their dream homes.


In 2005, the city hosted the Noida Half-Marathon and the city's maiden international exposure, the Queen's Baton Relay for the Commonwealth Games. The cycling competition for 2010 commonwealth games was held at NOIDA-Greater Noida express way. The Noida Golf Course is situated on the southern end of the city, The Noida Golf 18 hole par 72 Course having a length of 6989 yards length has been assessed by Indian Golf Union Technical Committee.. In 2011, Greater Noida hosted the inaugural Formula One Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit constructed by Jaypee Group. The circuit is the first of its kind in South Asia.

A world class cricket stadium is under construction in Sector 21 known as noida stadium with a capacity of 20,000 spectators within the stadium premises, the Noida Stadium will now get dedicated tracks for cycling enthusiasts in the city. [34]

A 50,000 capacity world-class cricket stadium-cum-sports facility with 125 acres land will be built at Noida expressway in Sector 152, which makes it bigger than Ferozeshah Kotla in capacity and area.[35][36]


Delhi Metro[edit]

Noida has been put on the fast track for the Delhi Metro. The Metro, which was earlier slated to enter Noida in 2011, opened officially on 12 November 2009, 10 months before the Commonwealth Games. Through Delhi Metro, Noida is now connected to Connaught Place, New Delhi, via Barakhambha Road, IP Estate and Akshardham Complex. The Metro connects NOIDA to Vaishali, through the Yamuna Bank interchange station. A part of this link opened on 11 November 2006. Metro will be further expanded in the city and will go to Greater Noida. Recently, two new extension of Noida Metro has been approved up to Sector 62, Noida from Noida City Center and up to Jasola in New Delhi from Botanical Garden, Noida.


Wide road in Noida

Noida features three main expressways. One is the DND Flyway, which connects Noida and Delhi, runs across the river Yamuna, and receives heavy patronage from office-goers in the city. The second is the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway and the third is the Yamuna Expressway which connects Noida to Agra via Mathura. The Delhi eastern peripheral Road, Upper Ganga Canal Expressway and the Ganga Expressway are the three proposed expressways which will be passing the city. The area adjacent to the NGN Expressway has seen heavy residential development in recent years. It also has many wide six-lane roads across the city. Construction on the double-decker elevated road on MP-II road has begun and is expected to complete by 2017. This 4.8 km road will begin from Flex crossing and end at Vishwa Bharti school. Another elevated road from sector 12/22 to sector 12/10-21/21A crossing is going to be built. This 1.5 km elevated road will be built on the MP-I road. Three more elevated roads are planned. Along with these five elevated roads, several underpasses are under construction or approval and all these projects will be completed by 2020. Noida will become the city with highest number of elevated roads and underpasses in India.

UPSRTC, DTC and private buses ply through various routes in the city. Taxi, auto-rickshaws and cycle rickshaws are available for short-distance transport.


Noida is not connected by railways directly, but there are railway stations nearby reachable by road, including Ghaziabad and Anand Vihar. However, New Delhi Railway Station and Old Delhi Railway station (both accessible through Metro) are the main railway stations ones used most often by commuters to reach Noida. The nearest airport is the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. Noida administration is planning to construct a helipad in Sector 128 from the airport to Noida and from Noida to Agra[citation needed].In November 2014 the central government is planning to construct an international airport to reduce the traffic in new delhi


In summer, i.e. from March to June, the weather remains hot and the temperature ranges from a maximum of 48 °C to a minimum of 28 °C.

Monsoon season prevails during mid-June to mid-September.

The cold waves from the Himalayan region makes the winters in Noida chilly and harsh. Temperatures fall to as low as 3 to 4 °C at the peak of winters. Noida also has fog and smog[citation needed] problems. In January, a dense fog envelops the city, reducing visibility on the streets.

Climate data for Noida
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °C (°F) 21
Average low °C (°F) 6
Average precipitation mm (inches) 25
Source: Noida Weather

Parks and recreation in Noida[edit]

See also: Okhla Sanctuary
List of Birds can be tracked in the Okhla Bird Sanctuary

The Okhla Bird Sanctuary(OBS)[37] is at the entrance of the city at the point where the Yamuna River enters the state of Uttar Pradesh from the state of Delhi. The Okhla Barrage over the Yamuna has created the unique position of the OBS which attract various species of birds. OBS is among the 466 important bird areas in India. About 323 various bird species are seen in the sanctuary, about 50% of which are migratory birds.

Noida's botanical garden was formed with the aim to turn it into a hub of special and endangered plants, representing the entire country. which is located in Sector 38A of the city, started in 2002. Today, it sprawls across 160 acres, There are around 7,500 plants in the garden.

Scientists are giving a new lease of life to endangered and extinct plant species at the Botanical Garden. A look around the green expanse reveals species like Psilotum Nudum, better known as skeleton fork fern. Considered a "primitive" plant — a descendent of possibly the first group of vascular plants from 400 million years ago — that were widespread during the Devonian and Silurian periods — its name means "bare naked" in Latin as it lacks most of the organs found in plants species that evolved later.[38][39]

Noida's botanical garden is divided into 10 sections. The "medicinal plants" section has an astounding variety of 96 plants and is further divided into eight sections named after the parts of the human body they benefit. For example, the "digestive system" section has aloe vera and Gymnema Sylvestre (madhunaashini), which cures diabetes.

The "blood and circulation" section has Withania Somnifera (Ashwagandha) and Aristolochia Indica (Isharmul) - blood purifiers. The "musculo-skeletal" section has Cissus Quadrangularis (Hadjod); "skin disease" section has Plumbago Zeylanica (Chitarak) which cures leucoderma.

Noida's botanical garden have a large fruit section which has many varieties of mango, pomegranate, lemon, pear, plum, mulberry, etc., besides their specialty the black guava (kaala amrud). The woodland section is equally impressive with trees like Sapindus Emarginatus (Reetha), Pterocarpus Marsupium (Sandalwood), Dabergia Sissoo (Sheesham wood), and Tectona Grandis (Teakwood).[40]

Notable Noidian's[edit]

Villages in Noida City[edit]

The area that is now Noida once was even closer to Delhi culturally before Punjabi inhabitants came from Pakistan. All the village settled across Ganga Canal were the Rajputs who cam to fight Babur and settled as time passed. Before the Partition of India many villages of Noida had large Muslim populations but most of the population moved away after 1947. Noida originally consisted of around 81 villages, but now comes under the Gautum Buddh Nagar District of Uttar Pradesh.[43]

Still Noida villages lacks in permanent postal and individual address but according to officials, the homes in villages will be soon mapped using aerial imagery captured by drones designed by North East Centre for Technology Application and Reach (NECTAR), an autonomous society set up under the Union government's department of science and technology. These maps will also provide crucial information about rural areas in an emergency. Officials said it will take almost a year to complete mapping and allotting address to all 81 villages.

With houses getting mapped and being allotted a formal address in Noida villages, procuring information on land rights, development plans, etc. will become easier. "Easily available maps will also be helpful in advancing development plans and settling disputes over bordering parcels of land." "Mapping will also ease land transfers, by creating reliable maps and title documents." [43]

In the 31 village panchayats of NOIDA, there are 81 villages out of which 64 are developed. The residents of the cluster of these villages located in the different parts of the present city once formed the owners of the farm land acquired by NOIDA for its developmental activities. Many steps have been taken for the development of these villages and for the welfare of the residents, which include construction of roads, schools, community centres, panchayat houses and provisions for water supply, sewerage. Plans have been drawn up to provide the above facilities to all 81 villages in NOIDA in a planned and phased manner.

Noida rural villages have population belonging to various castes. A few of the villages in Noida are:

  • Harola - Sector 5
  • Atta Market - Sector 18[44]
  • Naya Baans - Sector 15
  • Mamura - Sector 66
  • Harola – Sector 2
  • Chaura – sector 22
  • Nithari – Sector 31
  • Morna – Sector 35
  • Chhalera – Sector 44
  • Sadarpur – Sector 45
  • Barola – Sectors 49, 50, 78
  • Rasulpur Nawada – Sector 62
  • Chhajarsi – Sector 63
  • Sarfabad – Sector 73
  • Shahdra – Sector 141
  • Kakrala – Near Sector 80
  • Salarpur – Sector 81
  • Bhangel – Sector 102
  • Sorkha jahidabad – Sectors 77, 117
  • Garhi Chaukhandi – Sector 68
  • Parthala Khanjarpur – Sector 122
  • Hazipur - Sector 104
  • Gejha - Sector 93
  • Raipur - Sector 126
  • Sultanpur - Sector 128
  • Shahpur - Sector 128
  • Nangli Wazidpur – Sector 130[45]
  • Hoshiyarpur - Sector 51
  • Bahlolpur- Sector 63A
  • Gijhore - Sector 53
  • Raghunathpur
  • Khora - Sector 58

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