15th Annual ADNAT Convention :Feb 23-25, 2011 :: Hands-on training : Feb 26th - Mar 12th, 2011

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General Information

How to reach the Venue:

Route map from Airport to the Venue (CCMB)

Route map from Railway stations to the Venue (CCMB)

Weather conditions in Hyderabad: The climate of Hyderabad remains fairly warm through most parts of the year and does not receive much rainfall in the monsoon. With the onset of winters in North and central parts of India, temperatures marginally come down in the months of December and January and the nights become quite cool in and around the Hyderabad city. During the summer months, the maximum temperature up to  45 C while in winters the minimum temperature may come down to as low as 12 C.  At present,  during February the maximum average temperature is between 27-32 C.

For More Details of Weather conditions

Quick Facts for the Traveler:

Visas : Six month multiple-entry visas are now issued to most nationals regardless of whether you intend staying that long or re-entering the country. Only six-month tourist visas are extendable. Be careful to check whether your visa is valid from the date of entry or the date of issue. [Check with your local Indian embassy before travelling]

Health Risks : Cholera, dengue fever, dysentery, hepatitis, malaria, meningitis (trekking areas only) and typhoid. Many of India's larger cities are highly polluted and travellers with respiratory ailments may wish to take precautionary measures.

Time : GMT + 5 hours 30 minutes

Electricity : 230-240V, 50 HZ

Weights & Measures : Metric

Currency : You are not allowed to bring Indian currency into the country, or take it with you when you leave.

Changing Money : You can change most major foreign currencies and brands of travellers' cheques - but you'll widen your options and save yourself hassles if you stick to US dollars or pounds Sterling and either Thomas Cook or American Express travellers cheques.

Credit Cards: Credit cards are widely accepted, particularly American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and Visa.

Travel Insurance: Highly Recommended. UK based travellers should try for one of the most competitive online travel insurance deals.

Local/International Airport: Shamshabad Airport or Rajiv Gandhi International Airport 
Domestic : Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and more

International : Air India, Emirates, Singapore Airlines and more

Route map from Airport to the Venue (CCMB)


By Rail :The twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderbad are connected to all the major cities of India.

Route map from Railway stations to the Venue (CCMB)


By Road: On the crossroads of National highways 7 and 9, Hyderabad is well connected. Buses of the Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation and Private buses operate to all centres in the region.

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