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Directions to NBRC

By Air

New Delhi is the nearest airport which is 35 KM from NBRC, prepaid and radio taxies are available from airport round-the-clock. Pre-paid taxi booths at the airport:

Meru Cabs – located at T3 International Airport arrivals (both International & Domestic Terminals).

Mega Cabs – located at T3 International Airport arrivals (both International & Domestic Terminals)

Easy Cabs – located at T1C Domestic Arrival Terminal.

One can also avail OLA (https://www.olacabs.com/) and UBER (https://www.uber.com/en-IN/) services.

Wi Fi at the airport:

Wherever you are in Indira Gandhi International Airport, there is a free wireless internet (WiFi) connection available for Smart Phone/other devices with an Active SIM card. To connect to the network, follow these simple steps

  • Turn ON Wi-Fi on your device

  • Latch on to the Tata Docomo Wi-Fi SSID

  • Click on the internet browser

  • Fill in the details, name, mobile number, E-Mail Id

  • You will receive the Serial number & PIN through SMS on the Mobile number provided by you

  • Enter the Serial Number and PIN on the screen to start browsing

  • Click on Global Roaming User from login options available on the landing page (for global roaming users)

  • Launch the iPass/Boingo dialer on your device (for global roaming users through iPass/Boingo Dialer

By Train

From Delhi/New Delhi Railway stations

Delhi, New Delhi and Anand Vihar Railway stations are connected by Delhi Metro Rail Network (http://www.delhimetrorail.com/).The nearest metro station to NBRC is IFFCO Chowk metro station on yellow line. NBRC is nearly 24 KM from this metro station. Uber/Ola services are available from Iffco Chowk Metro station. Auto-rickshaws are also operating between the metro station and NBRC. The fare is Rs. 300-350 depending on the time of the day. Interstate and city buses are available from IFFCO Chowk/NH-8 which drops you at NSG campus, NBRC is situated adjacent to NSG campus on NH-8 and is nearly 1.5 KM from NSG campus stand.

Places to explore near Delhi:

There are many places of historical, cultural and natural importance in and around delhi. Below are a few helpfull links:

General travel tips:

Clothing: During the winter months of November to February, light woolen clothes are appropriate for travel in the plains of North India and heavy woolens for travel in the hills of North India.

Language: Although English is generally used for official and business purposes, Hindi is spoken by most of the people. Even if you meet someone who doesn’t speak English, they will surely understand basic words like no, yes, please, excuse me, sorry, bye and thank you.

Credit cards / Debit cards / travelers cheques are accepted in most places. However, it is advisable to have local currency handy as well.

If your taxi or rickshaw driver is recommending cool places to see or shop for your benefit, in all probability it is because they get a commission just for bringing tourists to a shop to have a look. Don't lend your ears to the advice.


Food is an adventure in India and there is something for everyone. In Delhi you can find some of the best Mughalai curries, chaat (vegetarian street food), international restaurants and cuisines from all over India. But always drink packaged mineral water of reputed brands. There are apps called Zomato (https://www.zomato.com/ncr) and FoodPanda (https://www.foodpanda.in/) that are useful resources to eating out and to know about the night life in Delhi.

  • In Manesar: Eateries closeby Ginger Hotel and Savoy Suites

For any quaries/help feel free to contact : Dr Arpan (+91 9871733575) Dr. Dipanjan (+91 8297518507)