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.
Greater Noida is connected to Agra by the six-lane Yamuna Expressway. 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..
Greater Noida City is a city with a population in excess of 300,000, located in the Gautam Budh Nagar district of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. Greater Noida enjoys a strategic position which is favorable. It is well connected throughout and beyond the NCR with the main towns and cities. This is also an ideal destination for the industry, which draws many entrepreneurs and service providers from across the country.
Greater Noida also is a center for IT (Information Technology). Hotline Appliances, Delphi, Videocon, L.G. Electronics, Moser Baer, and Daewoo Electronics are among the prominent IT and electronics players already operating in the city. The Hindustan Times is the city's biggest media organization. Greater Noida has drawn a great deal of competition from major corporate houses to set up their businesses in the area. Patanjali Ayurved announced in November 2016 that it would invest 20 billion rs in a Greenfield investment in Greater Noida.
It is also a home for many Universities like Bennett University (BU), Galgotias University, Gautam Buddha University, Noida International University, Sharda University etc. and colleges like Army Institute of Management and Technology, Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology, GL Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management, IEC College of Engineering and Technology, Lloyd Law College, Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology and many more.
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.
In the early 1980s, the government of India realised that the rapid rate at which Delhi was expanding would result in chaos. Hence, they planned to develop residential and industrial areas around the capital to reduce the demographic burden. Before Greater Noida City, two areas had been developed—Gurgaon, across the border from Haryana, and Noida, across the border with Uttar Pradesh.
Greater Noida enjoys a strategic and favorable location. It is well connected with major towns and cities within and beyond the NCR. It is, therefore, an excellent industry destination and attracts plenty of businessmen and service professionals from across the country.
The nearest airport to Greater Noida, the Indira Gandhi International Airport, lies in Delhi, which is just a one-hour drive away. The railway stations near Greater Noida are at Ghaziabad and Anand Vihar. These can be reached within an hour. The city also has top-quality social infrastructure and housing. It comprises residential, industrial, commercial, and recreational areas.The Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) launched metro connectivity in Greater Noida on 25 January 2019. This project was announced in 2013. The metro runs primarily across the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway.
Another metro link will join Noida City Center to Noida Extension and Knowledge park area of the Greater Noida West.
The city of Greater Noida has World-Class Infrastructure with a futuristic development plan. A lot of industry and luxury housing options are available in the city.
The UP Government has also begun the development of Jewar International Airport which will drive a lot of industry to this city.
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