AIS Analytic Number Theory (2015) - How to Reach

How to Reach Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar, the capital city of Odisha state is located in the East part of India and is well connected through Air, Rail and Road Network. KIIT University is located at a distance of 16 km from Bhubaneswar Biju Patnaik Airport and at a distance of 13 km from Bhubaneswar Railway Station.

Air Connection:
The Biju Patnaik Airport of Bhubaneswar is the domestic airport and is well linked by air to New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkota, Hyderabad, and Bangalore.

Rail Connection:

The Bhubaneswar City is well connected by Indian Railway to major cities of India. The East Coast Railway of Indian Railway has provided the fast and superfast train links to New Delhi, Kolkota, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, 
Thiruvannathapuram and other important cities of India as well as within the state.

Road Connection:

Bhubaneswar is situated on the National Highway no.5 that runs between Kolkata and Chennai. Bhubaneswar is well linked to the rest of India by the national highways. The Bus Stand (Baramunda Bust Stand) is located on NH5. Bhubaneswar is on the golden quadrilateral on NH-5 between Kolkata and Chennai. DTS city bus service which is Dream Team Sahara city bus service operates around the city with 15 minutes difference. Getting around in Bhubaneswar does not take much time, due to the perfect town planning and well laid roads.
By Taxi Auto-rickshaw drivers in Bhubaneswar are courteous and helpful. Still, negotiate a rate with the driver beforehand, and make sure that the driver understood your destination. From airport to KIIT University taxi charge is approximately Rs. 250 - Rs. 300.


Bhubaneswar is located on the coastal plains of Odisha, it has humid, warm and mixed weather during March to October. The average temperatures range between 15°C in winter to a maximum of 45°C in the summer. The summer months from March to May are hot and humid, and temperatures often shoot past 40° C in May. The south west monsoon lashes Odisha in June, bringing relief to the parched environs of Bhubaneswar.

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