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5th International Conference on
Complex Dynamical Systems and Applications
4-6 December 2017
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India
How to reach IIT Guwahati
Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati is located just on the outskirts of the city of Guwahati. While the main city lies in the southern banks of the mighty Brahmaputra, IIT Guwahati lies on its northern bank.
Uber and Ola services are abound in Guwahati.
To reach the institute from the city, there is an Institute bus service that runs regularly to and from the city. The bus timings are available here: http://www.iitg.ac.in/aa/pages/campusmap/files/bus-timings-2010.pdf.
There are two Railway Stations in Guwahati, the Guwahati Railway Station and Kamakhya Railway Station. For commuting from both the stations to the North Guwahati campus, one can avail of Ola and Uber services. Shared trekkers are available, that will drop you at the southern gates of the campus, viz. the Faculty Gate or Lothia Baghicha gate. From there it may be quite a walk to the hostels. The Institute bus starts from a point near the Guwahati Railway Station (please see attached map for more details).
Getting to the campus from the airport (which may take around 40 minutes) will cost around Rs. 450 in a pre-paid taxi available in the airport. The pre-paid counter is located inside the arrival section of the Guwahati airport, just near baggage reclaim. Ola and Uber taxis are also available from the airport at all times, which usually costs less than the pre-paid taxis. Please ensure that you get off at the hostel you will be residing, as many a times the pre-paid taxis try to drop you off at the main gates of the Institute. It is almost a couple of kilometres from the gates to the hostels, and no regular transportation is available inside the campus.
From the ISBT (inter-state Bus terminus), you can share a trekker that will drop you at the southern gates of the campus. Again Ola and Uber taxis are available at ISBT.
Auto-rickshaws are also available for transport within the city but are without meters and fares have to be negotiated.
An interactive campus map can be found here: http://www.iitg.ac.in/aa/pages/campusmap/index.php?hq