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  • About Noida
    • What is Noida ?
      A Brief compendium of its achivements, in the years passed by, here we strive to present you the matchless facilities available in NOIDA. 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.

    • Where is it located?
      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.

      Noida is bounded by NH-24 Bye-Pass in the North beyond which the Ghaziabad Development Area exists, in the East by River Hindon beyond which Greater Noida Industrial Development Area exists, in the West by River Yamuna, beyond which are the States of Delhi and Haryana and in the South is the meeting point of the rivers Yamuna and Hindon.

    • What is Green and Eco City?
      Unlike many other industrial areas, infrastructural facilities in this area have well preceded development. Emphasis has been laid on developing Noida, as a green heaven - named GREEN NOIDA CLEAN NOIDA, totally free from pollution.
    • What is the status on the infrastructure in Noida ?

      State-of-the-art Infrastructure

      In NOIDA, the city free from pollution and traffic-jams, the Authority has developed a number of green belts, gardens and parks to give further impetus to its pollution free environment. A modern, efficient and comprehensive infrastructure comprising of residential facilities, commercial areas, business centres, office complexes, recreational areas will complement the continuously developing industrial sectors within the Noida limits. The manifold advantages of being in Noida include the abundance of skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled labour and a ready access to the services of experienced managerial personnel.

      Grid - Iron Concept

      Noida has been planned on the grid iron concept and employs state-of-the-art technology in Engineering, Urban Planning and Architecture. Significantly, it conceptualizes the needs of a fast developing city of the future. The Action Plan and approach compares well with international standards and is aimed at providing rapid momentum to the growth of the industrial sector both in the State of Uttar Pradesh and the Country.

      Power Supply and Telephone

      Power supply in Noida is uninterrupted. Telephony in NOIDA is digital and optical fibre cable based with state-of-the art electronic exchange providing Integration Service Digital Network (ISDN) services facilitating high quality voice , data and image transfer, inter computer file transfer, high quality and speed fax transmission, video conferencing and a variety of phone plus services. There is also local call connectivity to Delhi, Faridabad, Ghaziabad and other adjoining towns, reducing cost of communication upto 200 Kilometer peripheri.

      Drinking Water

      Drinking water supply is in abundance in NOIDA. The 90 tubewells, 5 rainy wells, 25 overhead tanks and 850 Kms. long water pipeline network carry about 2 Lakh KLD drinking water per day, making the per capita availability of drinking water to 225 litres. In addition to this, the 49,400 KLD Ganga water project has already started. Plans are also afoot to make use of rain water by means of modern indigenous technology for agricultural purposes to supplement the availability of water to meet the future requirements.


      The roads in NOIDA are smooth and wide for movement of traffic with ease and comfort. NH 2, Link Road, Kondli Road, Noida-Greater Noida Expressway, the Noida-Agra-Mathura Expressway under construction and the eight-lane DND flyover with Toll Bridge already operational further provide ease and comfort in road-traffic in to and out of the city of NOIDA. The DND flyover with Toll Bridge and Toll Plaza is a unique project. In different sectors of NOIDA, the NOIDA Authority is maintaining 400 Kms. long internal roads and 125 Kms. long boundary roads which make the intra-city-road-traffic much easier and comfortable.

    • How is the law and order in Noida ?
      The law and order situation in Noida is impeccable. To make this possible, in line with the National Capital Territory of Delhi, the network of Police Posts, Police Stations and round-the-clock Police Patrolling has been set up through out NOIDA.
    • How is the Environment of Noida ?
      This year, with a view to keep the city green and clean to maintain the ecological balance of the environment in NOIDA, a project to develop parks in 165 acres of the land comprising of 95 acres green belt and 150 kms. road side tree-plantations is on the anvil. The two sewage treatment plants in operation is on the anvil. The two sevage treatment plants in operation in noida, producing 7 crore litres of water per day are intended to irrigate the green belt areas and parks growing flora of a wide variety in different sectors of NOIDA. Help would also be extented to create underground water supply facilities, and to make possible provision of water at cheaper rates for irrigation purpose. To maitain the ecological balance , the Authority envisages to involve NGOs and Governamental organisations in the development and the maintainance of green belts and parks. Bsides extending the clarion calls to the public towards the environmental issues, this approach will give a new dimntion and direction to our task. This year NOIDA has given emphasis on planting traditional trees involved about 65000 neem, jamun, tamarind, gullar, sesame, arjun and pilkhan.
    • What is Dream Housing Projects ?

      About 35.66 % area of NOIDA is being developed as a residential areas. 4,49,456 sq. mtr. land has been year marked as residential areas and rest meant for group housing projects. For the working class, engineers/employees of different establishments, project has been introduced involving constrution of 31035 residential units in duplex, HIG,MIG,LIG and EWS categories. For sheltering those below poverity line, under the SHRAMIK KUNJ' project, 4952 houses of one room set have been constructed. Plans are also afoot on aproject to bring a Senior Citizens' ressidential complex.


      Side by side with the ceation of commercial centres in each sector , as a partof its palnned and synchronous development, a full-fledged commercial complex has been developed in sector-18 where one get everything from on ordinary writing paper & stationery to computer-print paper & stationery, clothing material to fashionable garments, simple tools & tackles to electrical & electronic goods & appliances etc. This area is replete with well known brands like Ebony, Nanz, Rayban, U.C.B., Red Tape, Hot Breads, Levis, Reebok, Adidas, Parx & Raymond etc. The large & spacious buildings here viz. Ansal Plaza, Ocean Plaza, Sab Mall, Centre Stage Mall,Supertech Mall, Vishal Chambers, etc. house leading Indian corporate & multinational business houses. Apart from the reputed hotels like Nirula, Shipra Hotel, Savvoy & Raddisson there are also a host of restaurants like McDonald, Domino Pizza,Subway, Pizza Hut, Bamboo Shoots,Haveli, Purani Dilli, Kebab Factory, Ice-cube, Ruby's Tuesday, Barista coffee shop etc. serving a wide variety of haute cuisine suiting everyone's cluinary taste.

      NOIDA city center is being developed on a 99 hectre plot. The city center will have boundless facilities within viz. big offices of trade and commerce, cultural centers, service industries, five star hotels, international standard restaurants, whole sale outlets, multiplex, center for socio- cultural activities, government/semi-government offices, public facilities, residential blocks & residence cum work centers, and premises for informal/unorganised sectors. On completion, the city center is expected to give a face lift- a new identity to NOIDA in the socio-economic, cultural trade and commercial area.


      Last year Noida has earmarked 7,10,000 land for different Industries. There are 6014 manufacturing units here. With an investment of about 12710 crore rupees, these industries provide employment to over 94736 people. To help establish industries, many industry-friendly simplified measures have been introduced. As a result, now building plans conforming to by-laws need not wait for approval for commencement of construction. Non-interested entrepreneurs can exercise the option of post-allotment "surrender without tears". The requirement of seeking permission for mortgaging" fully paid" industrial plots, have been done away with. At the time of transfer of industrial property, the requirement of getting clearance certificate from other departments of the UP Government has been removed.

      The NOIDA Software Technology Park (STP) ranks second in the country in terms of export turnover and the Infotech Park (ITP) on 100 acres of land with state-of-the-art infrastructure, housing about 152-200 units make NOIDA the epicenter of IT Revolution.

      NOIDA Export Processing Zone (NEPZ), a 100% export oriented unit and the only land locked export processing zone in the country, housing industries like Electronics, Textiles, Engineering, Computer Software, etc. recorded a turnover of Rs. 846.20 Crores in the current year Realising NOIDA's potential, many reputed industrial houses both at home and abroad have made NOIDA the pivot of their operations. M/s Motwane Laboratories, America (Known for their reputed medicines) have been alloted 300 acres of land out of which 100 acres will be utilised by for establishing a bio-tech university. This will be the first bio-tech university of Asia which will give a new lease of life to the bio-tech students of our country.


      NOIDA after acquiring 385 acres of land, has acquired and developed over 5888 hectares of land until now. During the current year, 3 residential sectors and 2 industrial sectors have been developed. In the decade ahead, 3400 hectares of land will be acquired and developed, out of which 430 hectares have been earmarked for residential, 620 hectares for commercial, 650 hectares of industrial and 200 hectares for institutional purposes. Another 300 hectares of land have been earmarked for development of recreational purposes which will include entertainment park and centre for musical & cultural activites. 125 hectares of land will be utilised for creation of road transport facilities including bus terminal.

      The Villages of Noida

      NOIDA has also paid equal importance & attention to the development of villages in Noida. This is because the authority considers these villages as the mainstreams of a developing society. In the 31 village panchayats of NOIDA, there are 81 villages out of which 64 are devloped. 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 it's 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 centre, panchayat houses & provision for water supply, sewerage. Plans have been drawn up to provide the above facilities to all 81 villages in NOIDA in a planned & phased manner. As of now, 31 schools and 10 community centeres have already been constructed. Every year, the authority spends an amount of Rs. 10 Crores in association with the villages for carrying out the above mentioned developmental activities.Steps have also been initiated for sustaining earning capacity of these villagers for providing them with commercial plotsfor shops etc. in the adjoining acquired areas of these villages. This step is expected to bring in the much desired economic stability & happiness to these village households as it will enhance thier earnings. To begin with, this scheme is now being introduced in 5-6 villages of NOIDA.

    • What kind of Entertainment & Leisure facilities are available in Noida ?

      Amusement Park

      To light up Noida's skyline, International Recreational Park Ltd. has been allotted a 140-acre plot in Sector 38A to develop an amusement park without parallel. As much as 119 acres will be dedicated to theme amusement and entertainment. This will comprise: Fantasy World (covering approximately 47.03 acres), Bollywood Film Park (13.17), Entertainment Village and World (22.4), Water World (13.58) and parking (11.2). The remaining 21 acres will be dedicated to commercial facilities supportive of the park.

      Noida Habitatat Centre

      As Noida is a flourishing area of the National Capital Region, it has been decided to establish the Noida Habitat/Convention Centre (NHC) for societal, cultural and intellectual development at the national and international levels. Its objective will be to awaken and promote the environment of society's intellectual activities. Keeping the convenience of all the residents, industrialists, businessmen and traders of the city in mind, the NHC will run several cultural programmes and intellectual seminars. The Centre will house a high-level library and world-class auditorium, conference and banquet hall as well as club facilities, restaurant, fitness centre, yoga and de-stress centre, amenities for sports and leisure, service apartments/rooms, utility store, food court, mini-audo/movie theatre, function hall, training room/classroom, swimming pool, exhibition hall, art gallery and business centre. On its 15-acre site, the NHC will promote all-round progress in the area and become a major attraction of the city.

      Impetus for sports & games

      The stadium at Sector 21 is being developed to hold international-level sports and games. In addition, along the Expressway, World Nature and DSC Road, the establishment of a sports complex spread over 450 acres in Sector 101 involving two large indoor stadia is being planned where badminton, table tennis, weightlifting and basketball competitions can be organised. Further, the Yamuna water body along the Okhla Barrage has been identified for water sports, especially rowing. Preparations to create world-class facilities for the 2009 National Games to be held in Uttar Pradesh, are under way in Noida.

      Golf Course & Cultural Center

      NOIDA has also a Golf course of International Standard. The authority has also undertaken the construction of Indira Gandhi Cultural Center, which will serve as a forum for various socio-cultural activities of this integrated township.

  • NRI Related
    • Who is a Non Resident Indian?
      Under the Foreign Exchange Management Act of 1999, Non Resident Indians are defined as follows:

      Non Resident Indian means an individual being a citizen of India or a person of Indian origin (not being a citizen of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, China, Iran, Nepal or Bhutan) who is not a "resident".

      Explanation: A person is deemed to be of Indian origin if he/she or either of his/her parents or any of his/her grand parents was born in undivided India.

      Do non-resident Indian citizens require permission of the Reserve Bank of India to acquire residential property in India? No.

      In what manner should the purchase consideration for the residential immovable property be paid by Non-resident Indians holding Indian passport under the general permission?

      Non-resident Indians holding Indian passport may pay the purchase consideration either by remittance of funds from abroad through normal banking channels or out of NRO Account or out of NRE Account or out of FCNR Account.

    • What are the formalities required to be completed by NRIs for purchasing residential immovable  property in India under the general permission?
      The Indian Government has considerably eased the restrictions relating to investments by NRIs in residential property. There is virtually no restriction or approval required for an NRI to invest in properties in India from funds received in India through normal banking channels or held in Non-resident External (NRE) account/ Foreign Currency Non-resident (FCNR) account (B)/ Non-resident Ordinary (NRO) rupee account. However, investment in agricultural land/ plantation property/ farm house is currently prohibited. The recurring rental income earned on letting out of property is also freely repatriable.
    • Can such property be sold without the permission of Reserve Bank?
      Yes. Reserve Bank has granted general permission for sale of such property. However, where the property is purchased by another NRI, funds towards the purchase consideration should either be remitted to India or paid out of balances in NRE/FCNR accounts.
    • Can sale proceeds of such property if and when sold be repatriate out of India?
      RBI has given general permission to a NRIs to repatriate the sale proceeds of Immovable property provided the following conditions are satisfied, namely:

      The immovable property was acquired by the seller in accordance with the provisions of the foreign exchange law in force at the time of acquisition by him or the provisions of these Regulations;

      the amount to be repatriated does not exceed (a) the amount paid for acquisition of the immovable property in foreign exchange received through normal banking channels or out of funds held in Foreign Currency Non Resident account or (b) the foreign currency equivalent, as on the date of payment, of the amount paid where held in Non-Resident External account for acquisition of the property;

      In the case of residential property, the repatriation of sale proceeds is restricted to not more than two such properties.

    • Can NRIs acquire or dispose of residential property by way of gift?
      An NRI can freely sell or gift his/ her property to another Indian resident or NRI or person of Indian origin. However, there are certain restrictions imposed on repatriation of sale proceeds. In case of investments made from inward remittances or out of NRE account or FCNR account (B), the repatriation of sale proceeds is permitted only upto the amount of initial investment.

      In case the repatriation is made out of balances held in NRO rupee account (balances include sale proceeds of house property), then an amount of USD one million per calendar year can be repatriated subject to the condition that the property is held for 10 years prior to the date of sale. If the property is not held for 10 years, then the proceeds should be kept in the NRO account/ eligible investments for the balance period.

      In case the repatriation is made out of balances held in NRO rupee account (balances include sale proceeds of house property), then an amount of USD one million per calendar year can be repatriated subject to the condition that the property is held for 10 years prior to the date of sale. If the property is not held for 10 years, then the proceeds should be kept in the NRO account/ eligible investments for the balance period.

      One of the significant restrictions that is placed on repatriation is that the NRI can repatriate the sale proceeds only upto two residential properties. This could dampen the interest of NRIs in residential property, as investors would like to have free flow of capital while making such investments.

    • Can the properties (residential/commercial) be given on rent if not required for immediate use?
      Yes. Reserve Bank has granted general permission for letting out any immovable property in India. The rental income or proceeds of any investment of such income are eligible for repatriation.
    • Can NRIs obtain loans for acquisition of a house/flat for residential purpose from authorized  dealers/financial institutions providing housing finance?
      Reserve Bank has granted general permission to aut`horized dealers and housing finance institutions in India, approved by National Housing Bank to grant housing loans to non-resident Indian nationals for acquisition of a house/flat for self-occupation subject to conditions stipulated in relevant FEMA regulations.
    • Can NRIs give a Power of Attorney in favour of a person of his choice in India to complete loan  formalities on his behalf?
      Yes, an NRI may appoint a Power of Attorney in India to represent him in dealings in India. The Power of Attorney should be executed as per drafts provided by the housing finance company. The Power of Attorney can be given to any person of his choice in India.
    • Can the house occupied by NRIs be let out?
      The RBI has granted general permission to NRI's and foreign citizens of India origin, to let out their residential properties acquired for their bonafide residential purpose but which on account of their residence abroad, are not required for their immediate residential purpose. However, there are restrictions on the repatriation of the rental income earned from letting out of the property. The rental income is on a non-repatriation basis. Thus funds (rental income) must be credited to the NRO Account/Residential Accounts in India.
    • What is the income tax implication on house property income in India?
      he income tax implications on house property income in India would be dependent on whether the property is kept vacant or let out. In case an NRI has only one property in India and if it is kept vacant, then it would be possible to say that there should not be any rental value for such property as the NRI was not able to occupy the same owing to his employment, business or profession carried out at any other place. However, if he owns two properties and both of them are kept vacant, then he is required to pay income tax on one of the properties as if the property had been let out. The tax laws do not provide clear guidance on how the rental value is to be determined for such property. It simply states that the annual rent should be the sum which the property might reasonably be expected to let from year to year. Though there are judicial precedents that are available which suggest adoption of municipal value/ fair rent, there could be some practical difficulties in ascertaining such value in the ever increasing rental market.

      In case of let out properties, the actual rental income (after reducing the municipal taxes) would be subject to tax. The tax law allows a general deduction of 30% on the rental income and also allows for deduction towards interest subject to certain conditions.

      Under Indian tax law, the payer is required to withhold tax on rental income paid to a non-resident @ 30.6% where the income of the non-resident does not exceed Rs. 10,00,000, otherwise at 33.66%. In case an NRI wishes to have a lower rate, then he has to apply to the tax authorities in a specified format for obtaining a certificate for deduction of tax at lower rate. The NRI would be required to file a return of income at the end of the year if the taxable income exceeds Rs 100,000.

      In case the NRI is taxed in the home country on the rental income derived from India, then he could consider claiming exemption or tax credit in the home country based on the double tax treaty agreement entered into India with such country, if any.

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