About Hyderabad

About Hyderabad

Hyderabad , the capital city of Andhra Pradesh, Consist of the twin cities of Hyderabad & Secundrabad. An imaginary line drawn across the Tank Bund is still used to distinguish the two cities. A bustling 400-years-old metroplois with an urban population of 7million pepole approximately, Hyderabad was the formerly seat of the fabulously wealthy Nizams Surrounded by huge prehistoric rock formations, the city is a blend of cutting edge IT compines and well preserved culture heritage, a pot-pourri of old and new. Hyderabad invokes nostalgia amoung old residens for its culture, fine arts certain sophistication in manners. Much more than anything, it presents a true pitchure od secularism. Hyderabad ist the fifth largest cosmopolitan city in India.


Climate


Hyderabad enjoys three main seasons: summer, mansoon and winter. Summer are pretty warm, starting from March and running through June; Whereas eunter are pleasant, starting from November till February. Light clothing for summer and a sweater or jacket for winter are recommended.


Temperatures


The average temperatures ay Hyderabad varu:


  • August-October 26.0C
  • November-January 22.0C
  • February-March 28.0C

Food


Hyderabad is known for its varied and exquisite cuisine. The local food is quite spicy;continental, Chinnes and other Kinds of food are available in many restaurants in Many restaurants. The varieties of fruit available include bananas, apples, graps, oranges, mangos, and melons(in season)


Language


HThough Telugu is the language of the state, Hindi and Urdu are understood and spoken by majority of the pepole. Knowing these languages is a distinct advantage while dealing with the local population in shops and business places, and while using public transport. Multilingual translation book are available at the institute library

ni-msme Programmes

ni-msme with a knowledge giving approach, it is facilitating value addition to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) These programmes are of 8 and 12 weeks duration and are phased out as follows

  • Phase - I (05 Aug to 25 Oct 2013)
  • Phase - II (02 Sep to 25 Oct 2013)
  • Phase - III (11 Nov 2013 to 03 Jan 2014)
  • Phase - IV (20 Jan to 14 Mar 2014)

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