The conference will take place in New Delhi, India.
Both accommodation and conference will be at the hotel:
The Gateway Resort Damdama Lake Gurgaon
Off Gurgaon-Sohna Road,
Haryana , India
Tel: 91 124 398 3000
Fax: 91 124 398 3001
Emergency: 91 839 690 2681
Accommodation will be booked by the organiser after the participants have completed the online registration form.
Please contact asemLLL@edu.au.dk as soon as possible if you need a supporting letter for your Visa Application.
Countries not mentioned in this list MUST apply for a business visa. Contact ASEM LLL Hub before applying for your visa.
The link here provides you with all the necessary information regarding transportation.
Should you go directly form the airport to the venue, and/or directly to the airport from the venue ASEM LLL Hub will provide transportation service upon request.
The Republic of India is a country in South Asia which comprises the majority of the Indian subcontinent. India has a coastline which stretches over seven thousand kilometres, and shares its borders with Pakistan to the west, the People’s Republic of China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the northeast, and Bangladesh and Myanmar on the east. On the Indian Ocean, it is adjacent to the island nations of the Maldives on the southwest, Sri Lanka on the south, and Indonesia on the southeast. India borders with Afghanistan to the northwest.
India is the fourth largest economy in the world in terms of purchasing power parity. It is the second most populous country in the world, with a population of over one billion, and is the seventh largest country by geographical area. It is home to some of the most ancient civilisations, and a centre of important historic trade routes. Four major world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism have originated from India. Formerly a major part of the British Empire as the British Raj before gaining independence in 1947, during the past twenty years the country has grown significantly, especially in its economic and military spheres, regionally as well as globally.
India’s entire north and northeast states are made up of the Himalayan Range. The rest of northern, central and eastern India consists of the fertile Indo-Gangetic plain. Towards western India, bordering southeast Pakistan, lies the Thar Desert. The southern Indian peninsula is almost entirely composed of the Deccan plateau. The plateau is flanked by two hilly coastal ranges, the Western Ghats and Eastern Ghats. India is home to several major rivers such as the Ganga (Ganges), the Brahmaputra, the Yamuna, the Godavari, and the Krishna. The rivers are responsible for the fertile plains in northern India which are conducive to farming. The Indian climate varies from a tropical climate in the south to a more temperate climate in the north. Parts of India which lie in the Himalaya have a tundra climate. India gets most of its rains through the monsoons.
New Delhi, the capital of India, is a bustling metropolis that has an amazing mix of modernisation and carefully preserved antiquity. Sprawled over the west bank of the river Yamuna, it is one of the fastest growing cities in India. New Delhi was built by a British architect Edward Lutyens in 1912 as the new capital of the British Raj. The Victorian architecture now intermingles with the city’s high rise buildings. Concrete flyovers built to ease the growing traffic are interspersed with well laid gardens, Mughal tombs, forts and monuments.
The city traces its history to Mahabharata, the great epic tale of wars fought between estranged cousins, the Kauravas and the Pandavas for the city of Indraprastha. Historically, the city has long since been the foremost in political importance with successive dynasties choosing it as their seat of power, between the 13th and the 17th centuries. Old Delhi was founded by Mughal rulers who ruled the city in succession starting from Qutab-ub-din to Khiljis, Tughlaqs each, under a different name given to the city.
Delhi was made the capital of Independent India in 1950 and it was declared a state in 1992.
Gurgaon, 8 kms from Indira Gandhi International Airport is the modern suburb of Delhi. Multinational investors have built swanky office blocks, malls, multiplexes, hotels and amusement parks in this fast developing region.
The average temperature in New Delhi in November is 21°C (69°F), while the average low is 13°C (55°F), and the average high is 28°C (82°F).
The average amount of sunshine in November is nine hours a day. The average of rain this month is 10mm, spread out over 14 days.
Internet and Printing at the Conference
Wifi is available at the conference venue.
Liability and Insurance
ASEM LLL Hub will not assume any responsibility whatsoever for damage or injury to persons or property during the conference. Participants are recommended to arrange for their personal travel and health insurance.
In India the standard voltage is 230 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type C / D / M.
Emergency phone numbers
New Delhi is in UTC +5:30 hours all of the period.