Noida metro Station
( Greater Noida metro )The Noida part of Delhi NCR is associated with the capital by the blue line of Delhi Metro. In July 2011, the Blue Line metro achieved the shore of Noida when Yamuna Bank was put into administration hanging in the balance of downtown Noida. Noida falls on one of the longest stretch of the Delhi Metro, as the segment Dwarka Sector-21-Noida City Center has a length of 50.56 km. After the initiation of the Magenta Line in December 2017, you can likewise achieve the Botanical Garden Subway Station on the blue line through the Magenta Line, which interfaces the Botanical Garden to the Kalkaji Mandir Subway Station on the Purple Line. When the work on the Magenta Line is finished, the Kalindi Kunj greenhouse will be associated with Janakpuri West. Here is the rundown of metro stations in Noida under the blue line:
|Noida Sector 15|
|Noida Sector 16|
|Noida Sector 18|
|Noida City Centre|
Noida – Greater Noida Metro Route
It is proposed to stretch out the Blue Line to Greater Noida. The proposed course will be 29,707 km long and the assessed expense is Rs. 5,533 billion DMRC has officially arranged the Detailed Project Report (DPR). As indicated by the DPR, 22 stations are proposed on this street, of which 13 are based on the ground, while the other seven are raised. Two stations in Knowledge Park-I and Delta-1 in Greater Noida are made arrangements for future development. Downtown Noida at part 32 is associated with Greater Noida through the accompanying metro stations:
Noida City Centre
Noida Sector 71
Noida Sector 50
Noida Sector 78
Noida Sector 101
Noida Sector 81
Noida Sector 83
Noida Sector 137
Noida Sector 142
Noida Sector 143
Noida Sector 144
Noida Sector 145
Noida Sector 146
Noida Sector 147
Noida Sector 148
Knowledge Park II
Nearest metro station at Pari chowk , metro for greater noida
About Greater Noida
Greater Noida Notified Area – 38000 Ha Comprising 124 villages (308 km2) Noida’s infrastructure was carefully laid out, but the 1990s saw huge growth in the Indian economy. Migration to cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bangalore exceeded planning estimates. Noida was developed to accommodate population growth for 20–25 years. The massive population influx from Delhi, however, caused it to overload in a mere 15 years, although intake is not complete and illegal mining remains a problem.
Shaheed Bismil Park, Sector-Beta 1 in Greater Noida City
The government of Uttar Pradesh decided to develop another city as an extension to Noida with better planning. The idea was to create a world-class city approximately 25 km from Noida. A railway station near Boraki and an international airport were included later in the plan intending to develop Greater Noida as an independent city.
During the 1990s, the Noida extension (now a part of Gautam Buddh Nagar) became what is today known as Greater Noida. The development of the city is managed by the Greater NOIDA Authority. Greater Noida is connected to Agra by the six-lane Yamuna Expressway. The annual Indian Grand Prix is held at the Buddh International Circuit. Roads are wide with service lanes for every major road. The sectors are named by letters of the Greek alphabet. All cabling and utilities have been built underground. Alpha, Beta, and Gamma are the oldest sectors. The other emerging sectors include Xu, Delta, Mu, Omicron and Tau. The present GNIDA office is in Gamma II sector just opposite the historical village Rampur Jagir/Jahangir where the revolutionary Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil lived in 1919 when he was hidden underground after the Mainpuri conspiracy. A park has been named “Amar Shaheed Pt. Ram Prasad Bismil Udyan” by the Uttar Pradesh Government.
The 12th, 14th and 16th Auto Expos (The Motor Show) were held at India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, in February 2014, 2016 and 2018 respectively. In 2018, Gamma was officially declared as the capital of Greater noida.
Greater Noida (West)
Greater Noida West, previously known as Noida extension, is a part of Greater Noida and consists of 16 villages: Khairpur Gurjar, Shahberi, Devla, Patwari, Ghanghola, Bisrakh, Roza-Yakubpur, Haibatpur, Itaida, Patwari, Aminabad, Asadallapur, Maincha and Chipyana Buzurg. All sectors under Noida Extension (Sector 1 to 4) are a part of the Greater NOIDA Authority and share a separate pin code 201318.
As of late 2012, plans were being formed to rename it to Greater Noida (West). Planners intended the area to provide NCR region housing.
As per provisional data of the 2011 census, Greater Noida had a population of 107,676, with 58,662 males and 49,014 females. The literacy rate was 86.54%, 91.48% of males and 80.65% of females. The demographics of Greater Noida mainly consist of students, corporate employees, and labourers. Students are often temporary residents from other parts of India and abroad. Greater Noida and Noida combined have approximately 300 villages.
The city’s infrastructure is looked after by the Greater NOIDA Authority, a statutory authority set-up under Uttar Pradesh Industrial Area Development Act, 1976. Authority’s head is its Chairman, who is an IAS officer, the authority’s daily matters however, are looked after by its CEO, who is also an IAS officer. Greater NOIDA Authority comes under the Infrastructure and Industrial Development Department of Uttar Pradesh Government. The current Chairman is Rahul Bhatnagar , whereas the current CEO is Debashish Panda
The Guatam Budh Nagar district is a part of Meerut Division, headed by the Divisional Commissioner, who is an IAS officer of high seniority, the Commissioner is the head of local government institutions (including Municipal Corporations) in the division, is in-charge of infrastructure development in his division, and is also responsible for maintaining law and order in the division. The District Magistrate, hence, reports to the Divisional Commissioner of Meerut. The current Commissioner is Prabhat Kumar.
Gautam Budh Nagar district administration is headed by the District Magistrate of Gautam Budh Nagar, who is an IAS officer. The DM is in charge of property records and revenue collection for the central government and oversee the national elections held in the city. The DM is also responsible for maintaining law and order in the city, hence the SSP of Gautam Budh Nagar also reports to the DM of Gautam Budh Nagar. The District Magistrate is assisted by one Chief Development Officer, three Additional District Magistrates (Executive, Finance/Revenue and Land Acquisition) and one City Magistrate. The district has divided into three Tehsils named Sadar, Dadri and Jewar each headed by a Sub-Divisional Magistrate who reports to the District Magistrate. The current DM is Brajesh Narain Singh.
Gautam Budh Nagar district comes under Meerut police zone and Meerut police range of Uttar Pradesh Police. Meerut zone is headed by an IPS officer in the rank of Additional Director General of Police (ADG), whereas Meerut range is headed by an IPS officer in the rank of Inspector General of Police (IG). The Current ADG, Meerut Zone is Prashant Kumar, whereas the current IG, Meerut Range is Ram Kumar.
Police Administration of Gautam Budh Nagar is headed by the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) who is an IPS officer and is accountable to the District Magistrate for Law and Order enforcement. He is assisted by four Superintendents of Police (SP)/Additional Superintendents of Police (Addl. SP) (City, Rural Area, Traffic and Crime). The district is divided into eight police circles, each responsibility of a Circle Officer (CO) in the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police. SP (Traffic) and SP (Crime) are assisted by one Circle Officer in the rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police each. Greater Noida city is divided into three police circles viz. City-I,City-II and City-III, each looked after by a CO in rank of Deputy Superintendent of Police. Superintendent of Police (Rural Area) is the SP in-charge of Greater Noida and its circles. The current SSP is Love Kumar, whereas current SP (RA) is Suniti.
Greater Noida has a similar climate to Delhi: very hot and dry during summer, hot and humid during monsoons, pleasant and dry during spring and autumn, and cool to cold during winters.
According to the Bureau of Indian Standards, the town falls under seismic zone-III, on a scale of I to V (in order of increasing proneness to earthquakes) while the wind and cyclone zoning is a “very high damage risk”, according to the UNDP report. Greater Noida has a Tropical Savanna Climate with three main seasons: summer, monsoon and winter. Aside from monsoon weather, it mainly remains dry.
In summer, i.e. from March to June, the temperature ranges from a maximum of 45 °C (i.e. 113 °F) to a minimum of 23 °C (73 °F). Monsoon season prevails during mid-June to mid-September with an average rainfall of 93.2 cm (36.7 inches). The cold waves from the Himalayan region make the winters in Greater Noida very chilly. Temperatures fall down to as low as 3 to 4 °C at the peak of winter. In January, a dense fog envelopes the city, reducing visibility on the streets.