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Mundka, Rajdhani Park, Nangloi Railway Station, Nangloi, Nangloi, Surajmal Stadium, Udyog Nagar, Peeragarhi, Sachdev Park, Paschim Vihar, Madi Pur, Shivaji Park, Punjabi Bagh, Ashok Park Main, Satguru Ram Singh Marg, Moti Nagar
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Jhangirpuri, Adarsh Nagar, Azadpur, Model Town, G.T.B Nagar, Vishwa Vidyalaya, Vidhan Sabha, Civil Lines, Kashmiri Gate, Chandni Chowk, Chawri Bazar, New Delhi, Rajiv Chowk, Patel Chowk, Central Secretariat 
Dwarka Sec-9, Dwarka Sec-10, Dwarka Sec-11, Dwarka Sec-12, Dwarka Sec-13, Dwarka Sec-14, Dwarka, Dwarka Mor, Nawada, Uttam Nagar West, Uttam Nagar East, Jank Puri West, Jank Puri East, Tilak Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Tagore Garden, Rajouri Garden, Ramesh Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Shadipur, Patel Nagar, Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh, Jhandewalan, R K Ashram, Rajiv Chowk, Barkhaba Road, Mandi House, Pragati Madan, Inderprastha, Yamuna Bank, Laxmi Nagar, Nirman Vihar, Preet Vihar, Karkar Duma, Anand Vihar ISBT
Dwarka Sec-9, Dwarka Sec-10, Dwarka Sec-11, Dwarka Sec-12, Dwarka Sec-13, Dwarka Sec-14, Dwarka, Dwarka Mor, Nawada, Uttam Nagar West, Uttam Nagar East, Jank Puri West, Jank Puri East, Tilak Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Tagore Garden, Rajouri Garden, Ramesh Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Shadipur, Patel Nagar, Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh, Jhandewalan, R K Ashram, Rajiv Chowk, Barkhaba Road, Mandi House, Pragati Madan, Inderprastha, Yamuna Bank, Laxmi Nagar, Nirman Vihar, Preet Vihar, Karkar Duma, Anand Vihar ISBT, Kaushambi, KB Vashali 
Dwarka Sec-9, Dwarka Sec-10, Dwarka Sec-11, Dwarka Sec-12, Dwarka Sec-13, Dwarka Sec-14, Dwarka, Dwarka Mor, Nawada, Uttam Nagar West, Uttam Nagar East, Jank Puri West, Jank Puri East, Tilak Nagar, Subhash Nagar, Tagore Garden, Rajouri Garden, Ramesh Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Moti Nagar, Shadipur, Patel Nagar, Rajendra Place, Karol Bagh, Jhandewalan, R K Ashram, Rajiv Chowk, Barkhaba Road, Mandi House, Pragati Madan, Inderprastha, Yamuna Bank, Mayur Vihar -1, Mayur Vihar -1 Extn., New Ashok Nagar, Noida Sec -15, Noida Sec -16, Noida Sec -18, Botanical Garden, Golf Course, Noida City Centre 
 
Central Secretariat, Udyog Bhwan, Race Cours, Jor Bagh, A.I.I.MS, Green Park, Hauz Khas, Malviya Nagar, Saket, Qutab Minar, Chatarpur, Sultan Pur, Ghitorni, Arjan Garh, Guru Dronacharya, Sikandarpur, MG Road, IFFCO Chowk, Huda City Centre 
Central Secretariat, Khan Market, JLN Stadium, Jangpura, Lajpat Nagar, Mool Chand, Kailash Colony, Nehru Place, Kalkaji, Govind Puri, Okhla, Jasola, Sarita Vihar, Mohan Estate, Tughlakabad, Badar Pur Border 

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Principle of Units for Various Items Of Works
Earthwork in excavation in ordinary soil, earthwork in mixed soil with kankar cu m Per % cu m % cu ft bajri,etc
Rock excavation
Earth filling in excavation in foundation
Earth filling in foundation cu m Per % cu m trenches
Earthwork in banking,cutting,in road and cu m Per % cu m % cu ft irrigation channel.
Surface dressing and levelling,cleaning,etc
Cutting of trees(Girth no. specified)
Pudding,puddle clay core
Blasting of rock (blasted stone stacked and then cu m Per cu m % cu ft measured)
Concrete- 1. Lime concrete(L.C)in cu m Per cu m % cu ft foundation
Lime concrete(L.C) in roof
C.C. or R.C.C. Chujja,sun cu m per cu m per cu ft shade
Jali work or jaffri work or C.C. tracery
Damp proof course -Cement concrete,rich cemen 
Brickworkin foundation and plinth in super structure arches,etc., in cement,lime or mud mortar
Jack arch roofing including sq m per sq m % sq ft top finishing
Stone masonry,Random Rubble masonry,Coursed cu m per cu m % cu ft Rubble masonry,Ashlar masonry in walls, in arches,etc
Stone work in wall facing or sq m per sq m per sq ft lining( Thickness specified)
Wood work, door and and window frame chowkhat,rafter beams,roof trusses,etc.
Door and window shutter or leaves,panelled,battened,gla zed,part panelled and partt glazed,wire gauged,etc.(Thickness specified)
Rolled steel per cwt joists,channel,angles,T- quintal per q irons,flats
Bending,binding of steel quintal per q per cwt reinforcement
Fabrication and hoisting of steel work……
Cutting of iron Joists & channel….. cm Per cm Per inch
Cutting Angles, Tees & Plate….. sq m Per sq m Per sq inch
Expended metal(X,P.M), size specified….. sq m Per sq m Per sq ft
Gusset plate (Minimum rectangular size from which cut)….. quintal Per q Per cwt
Iron gate (may also be by weight,quintal) sq m Per sq m Per sq ft
Ballies(Diameter specified) meter per m per r ft
Timbering,boarding(Thickn sq m per sq m per sq ft
Barbed wire fencing metre Per m % r ft
Iron railing(heigt and types specified) metre Per m Per r ft
Iron grill,collapsible gate (may also be by weight,quintal) sq m Per sq m Per sq ft
Rolling shutter sq m Per sq m Per sq f
Steel doors and windows(type and fixing specified) sq m Per sq m Per sq ft
Tiled roof-----Allahabad tile,Faizadad tile,Mangalore tile,etc. including battens sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Country tile roof including bamboo jaffri… sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Corrugated iron(G.C.I)roof,Asbestos sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Slate roofing, timber roofing Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Thatch roofing including bamboo jaffri (Thickness specified) Sq m Per Sq m % sq ft
Eave board(Thickness specified) Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
R.C.C., R.B. slab roof(excluding steel) Cu m Per cu m Per cu ft
Lime concrete roof over and inclusive of tiles,or bricks, or stones slabs, etc,( Thickness Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Mud roof over and inclusive of tiles, or bricks, or stone slab, Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Ridges,valleys,gutters,(Girth specified) Metre Per m Per r ft
Tar felting,Bituminous painting Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Insulating layer in roof of sand and clay,asphalt,etc. Sq m Per sq m %sq ft
Expansion,contraction or construction joint… Metre Per m Per r ft
Ceiling--- Timber,A.C. Sheet plain,cloth,Cement plaster on XPM, Paste board,etc… Sq m Per sq m Per sq ft
centering and shuttering Form work ---Surface area of R.C.C. or R.B. work supported(may also be per cu m(cu ft)of R.C.C. or R.B. Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Plastering – Cement, motar, sq m per sq m % sq ft
Pointing – Struck, fluch, sq m per sq m % sq ft
Skirting (Thickness type and metre per m per r ft
Dado (Thickness and type sq m per sq m % sq ft
Cement motar or lime motar sq m per sq m % sq ft
White washing, colour sq m per sq m % sq ft
Distempering (number of sq m per sq m % sq ft
Snow cement washing or sq m per sq m % sq ft
Painting, varnishing (number of coat specified) sq m per sq m % sq ft
1.2.5 cm (1”) C.C over 7.5 cm Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Conglomerate floor, artificial patent stone Floor 2.5 cm (1”) Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
4.2.5 cm (1”) marble flooring over Sq m Per sq m Per sq ft
Mosaic or terrazzo or Sq m Per sq m Per sq ft
Brick flat floor over 7.5 cm(3”) Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Brick on edge floor over 7.5 cm Sq m Per sq m % sq ft
Supply of bare electric wire No. Per no. Per no.
Supply of bibcock, stopcock, no. Per no. Per no
ESTIMATION OF MULTI STOREY BUILDINGS

Job seekers have been advised for long time to emphasize action verbs/action words/power words in their job-search applications. That action verbs/action words/power words associated with "what you did" are the keywords. In the vast majority of cases, they are nouns but they can be phrases too - like in examples below:

Addressed customer questions and concerns regarding maintenance and repairs.

Attended continuing education classes to increase knowledge of plumbing, electrical installation, foundations,cement, brick, weatherization, wood and construction.

Briefed customers on proper care and routine maintenance of newly repaired systems.

Built kitchen cabinets, meeting or exceeding customers' specifications.

Constructed custom staircases, including partial flights and circular staircases.

Constructed wheelchair-accessible ramps and handrails, stress testing all construction to bear up to ____% of intended load.

Developed regional specialty with steel frameworks, fiberglass, roofing, and siding.

Developed skill in problem diagnosis and solution, maintaining average repair time to within ___% of master technician's estimate.

Directed labor relations resulting in eight years without a labor stoppage.

Ensured industrial safety compliance to achieve a ___% reduction in injuries.

Estimated project costs and used actual costs to refine computerized estimating model.

Evaluated junior service technicians to recommend further training courses.

Formalized safety checklist to ensure complete review of automotive systems.

Formalized safety standards and procedures to develop new worker safety orientation classes.

Hosted and attended seminars and trade shows to monitor construction industry trends.

Implemented computer-based project management system; trained general contractor and construction manager on computer use.

Implemented computerized diagnostic tools to verify initial problem determination.

Installed doors, windows and frames, including thorough testing to ensure airtight sealing.

Installed major appliances according to specifications and technical manuals.

Institutionalized customer satisfaction surveys and used data to reward achievers and explore opportunities for higher quality service.

Maintained a customer comeback rate of _% - no repeat visits for the same mechanical problem - during entire tenure.

Maintained record of accomplishment for quality work and effective project management, delivering ___% ofprojects on time and within budget.

Managed value-engineering process with client to ensure modifications to project specifications continued to meetproject goals and client expectations.

Manually drafted specification drawings for inclusion in dwelling's electrical records.

Mentored apprentices and assistants on safety and tool care procedures.

Met with apprentice workers to monitor progress and identify skills to improve.

Met with customers to determine expectations and followed up to measure satisfaction levels.

Motivated technicians to high levels of professionalism and expertise through rewards and recognition.

Perfected skill with manual and power tools to ensure repair efficiency.

Performed follow-up customer satisfaction reviews to identify opportunities to improve services or procedures.

Progressive use of technology, including use of computer models to prepare detailed bids for client review.

Promoted comprehensive safety program, reducing insurance costs by ___%.

Received numerous accolades from clients for superior workmanship.

Received the "Top Technician" award ___ years in a row.

Researched latest tools and techniques to identify and implement timesaving improvements.

Routinely completed maintenance tasks ___% faster than industry average.

Tested voltage, resistance, and phase angle in circuits, using voltmeters, ohmmeters, and phase rotation indicatorsto ensure safety upon job completion.

Trained service writers on updated repair procedures and new component systems.

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Keywords and Action Verbs

Employers receive numerous letters and resumes from eager applicants. Often you prepare your letters and resume without emphasizing your unique qualifications and lose your opportunity to stand out from others. Each statement on your resume  should communicate that you have skills that you can use to achieve results.  As mentioned previously, it is most effective to use skills-based work impact statement that contains keywords and action verbs.  The list of action verbs and the following information on keywords will help strengthen resumes and cover letters.

Keywords

[Action Verb List] Keywords describe the knowledge, understanding, skills or motivation that demonstrate you can perform a task or job. Keywords are:

nouns
adjectives
phrases and/or
action verbs

Keywords can be:

job titles
responsibilities
competencies
acronyms, jargon and employer terminology
education, memberships, leadership roles, certification

Why are they important?

Many employers are electronically scanning resumes. Scanning resumes for keywords produces “hits” related to the experience and competencies the employer determined are important for the job. With more “hits,” the chances increase the employer will contact you for an interview.

Some Tips for Using Keywords

Evaluate your resume to identify the keywords the computer might recognize as keywords and add more nouns, adjectives, phrases and/or action verbs
Use different keyword forms; for example, if you use “coordination” in the resume use “coordinate” in the cover letter and elsewhere in the resume
Develop a master keyword log by compiling a list of keywords that apply to a particular job that you have performed or would like to perform, or to a particular type of industry; include unique “buzzwords”

Where can you learn what keywords are important to employers?

Keywords are included in the job description used by employers to advertise a position opening.  When reviewing job postings look for required or preferred qualifications, desired skills, etc.  As you progress through your curriculum and obtain work experience, note the engineering skills and competencies that you are developing.  When at work on cooperative education, an internship or a summer job, discuss with your mentor or supervisor the types of keywords that should be emphasized in your letters and resume.<– Skills-based Impact Statements
Example Resumes –>

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Introduction

Maintain a Positive Attitude

Step 1: Understanding Employers and the College Recruiting Process

    -Understanding What Employers Look for in Engineers

    -The College Recruiting Process

Step 2: Determine Career Goals and Skillset

Step 3: Identify Preliminary Target Employers and Industries

Step 4: Develop Effective Marketing Materials

    -Resume Building for Engineering Students

    -Cover Letter Development

    -The Pitch (Elevator Speech)

        --Preparing to Write the Resume

        --Resume General Tips

        --Resume Section Tips

        --Skills-Based Work Impact Statements

        --Keywords and Action Verbs

        --Example Resumes

Step 5: Search for Specific Employment and Research Target Companies

Step 6: Network and Attend Career Fairs

Step 7: Interview and Follow up

Step 8: Evaluate Offers

Step 9: Sign Contract and Celebrate

Step 10: Inform ECS and Discontinue Your Job Search

Appendix A: Additional Information for Graduate Students & Advanced Degree Holders

Employment Process for Graduate Students

    -Searching for Employment

    -Preparing a CV or Resume

    -Interviewing

        --On-Site Interviewing

        --Interview Seminars

Appendix B: Tips for Transitioning to the Workplace

    -Don't Present a Faceless Resume

    -Career Fair Advice

    -Using LinkedIn to Network & Search for Jobs

        --Why Networking is More Effective than Sending Generic Resumes

        --Look Your Best

        --LinkedIn Profile Best Practices

        --How to Communicate & Network on LinkedIn

        --Tracking Companies & Searching for Jobs Using LinkedIn

    -Interviewing Intro and Goals

    -Thank-You Notes

    -Learn and Improve from Each Interview

        --Interview Logistics

        --Types, Methods, and Styles

        --Preparing for an Interview

        --Best Practices for the Interview

        --The STAR System

        --Mistakes to Avoid

    -Time for Consideration and Asking for More Time

    -Negotiating Offers

    -Accepting or Declining an Offer

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The course covers in detail the process of estimation of a project, procedure related to tenders for their execution, contractual conditions applicable, contract administration for successful execution and dispute resolution.

The course also covers legal issues related to contracts including Contract Act, Arbitration and Conciliation Act.

Practical cases will be discussed at all stages of the course for the better comprehension. 

Contents:

Project cost estimation, rate analysis, overhead charges, bidding models and bidding strategies. Owner's and contractor's estimate.

Pre-qualification of bidders and enlistment of contractors.

Tendering and contractual procedures, Indian Contract Act1872, Definition of Contract and its applicability, Types of contracts, International contracts, FIDIC, Conditions and specifications of contract.

Contract administration, Duties and responsibilities of parties Claims, compensation and disputes, Dispute resolution techniques, Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996, Arbitration case studies, Negotiation.

 
COURSE DETAIL

 

Sl. No.

Topic

No. of
Hours

1

Introduction of the course.

1

2

Project cost estimation (a) Approximate Estimate and administrative approval and expenditure sanction.

1

3

Project cost estimation (b) Detailed Estimate.

4

4

Rate analysis (a) standard methods as followed by government organizations for tendering purposes.

2

5

Rate analysis (b) as followed by contractor organizations for bidding Purposes.

2

6

Bidding models and bidding strategies.

1

7

Owner's and contractor's estimate.

1

8

Overhead charges - Internationally adopted formulae.

1

9

Enlistment of contractors.

1

10

Pre-qualification of bidders.

1

11

Definition of Contract Legal issues in contract - Indian contract Act.

4

12

Types of contracts.

2

13

Documents forming a contract.

1

14

Tendering and contractual procedures - Technical sanction, Notice inviting tender.

Multiple bids, Evaluation of bids, Pre-requisites in an agreement, various types of bonds, etc.

2

15

General conditions of Indian (domestic) contracts: Their background and administration.

6

16

General conditions of International contracts (FIDIC, etc.): How different from Indian (domestic) contracts.

3

17

Contract administration; Duties and responsibilities of parties; important site documents.

2

18

Interpretation of contract in case of inconsistency including case study.

3

19

Claims and disputes, Dispute resolution techniques.

1

20

Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996; Arbitration case study.

2

21

Negotiation.




List of Delhi Metro stationsFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Delhi Metro network map

This is a list of all stations of the Delhi Metro (Hindi: दिल्ली मेट्रो), a rapid transit system serving Delhi and its satellite cities in the National Capital Region of India. As of September 2015, there are a total of 156 metro stations (including the Airport Express stations) with 11 stations being used as interchange stations and henceforth appearing on multiple lines.[1][2][3]

Delhi Metro is the third underground transit system in India, after Kolkata Metro and the Chennai MRTS. The first section of the Delhi Metro opened on December 25, 2002 with the Red Line,[4] and has since been expanded to around 208 kilometres (129 mi)[2] of route length, as of September 6, 2015. The network has six operational lines and is built and operated by the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited (DMRC) solely and wholly.

Each line of the Delhi Metro is identified by a specific colour. The system uses rolling stocks of both broad gauge and standard gauge trains, and has a combination of elevated, underground and at-grade lines. The Metro is open from about 05:00 to 00:00, with trains operating at a peak frequency of 2 to 3 minutes, and has an average daily ridership of 40 lakh commuters.[5]

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1Metro stations
2Statistics
3References
4External links

Metro stations[edit]

† Terminal station
* Transfer station
†* Terminal and transfer station to other lines
†† Transfer station to Indian Railways / ISBT
** Transfer station to other lines and Indian Railways / ISBT
#* Terminal and transfer station to Indian Railways / ISBT
†¤ Terminal, transfer station to other lines and Indian Railways / ISBT

# Station Name
(English) Station Name
(Hindi) Line Opened Layout Notes Refs
1 Adarsh Nagar आदर्श नगर      Yellow Line (Line 2) 4 February 2009 Elevated None
2 AIIMS एम्स      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
3 Akshardham अक्षरधाम      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
4 Anand Vihar†† आनंद विहार      Blue Line branch(Line 4) 6 January 2010 Elevated Transfer station for Anand Vihar Railway Terminal (Indian Railways), Anand Vihar ISBT [8][9]
5 Arjan Garh अर्जनगढ़      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated None
6 Ashok Park Main* अशोक पार्क मेन      Green Line (Line 5)
     Green Line branch 2 April 2010 Elevated None [2][2][10]
7 Azadpur आजादपुर      Yellow Line (Line 2) 4 February 2009 Elevated None
8 Badarpur† बदरपुर      Violet Line (Line 6) 14 January 2011 Elevated None [11][12][13][14][15]
9 Barakhambha Road बाराखम्भा रोड      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Underground None [16]
10 Botanical Garden बोटेनिकल गार्डन      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
11 Central Secretariat†* केन्द्रीय सचिवालय      Yellow Line (Line 2),
     Violet Line (Line 6) 3 July 2005 Underground None [17][18][19][20][21][22]
12 Chandni Chowk†† चाँदनी चौक      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 July 2005 Underground Also known as Delhi Main. Transfer station for Delhi Junction Railway station (Indian Railways). [17][18]
13 Chhatarpur छत्तरपुर      Yellow Line (Line 2) 26 August 2010 Elevated None [23][24]
14 Chawri Bazar चावड़ी बाज़ार      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 July 2005 Underground None [17][18]
15 Civil Lines सिविल लाइन्स      Yellow Line (Line 2) 20 December 2004 Underground None
16 Delhi Aerocity दिल्ली एरोसिटी      Airport Express
(Orange Line) 15 August 2011 Underground Also known as National Highway 8 [25]
17 Dhaula Kuan धौला कुआँ     Airport Express
(Orange Line) 15 August 2011 Elevated None [25]
18 Dilshad Garden† दिलशाद गार्डन      Red Line (Line 1) 4 June 2008 Elevated None
19 Dwarka द्वारका      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
20 Dwarka Morh द्वारका मोड़      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated Mostly popular for N.S.I.T. and road to airport [16]
21 Dwarka Sector 10 द्वारका सैक्टर १०      Blue Line (Line 3) 1 April 2006 Elevated None
22 Dwarka Sector 11 द्वारका सैक्टर ११      Blue Line (Line 3) 1 April 2006 Elevated None
23 Dwarka Sector 12 द्वारका सैक्टर १२      Blue Line (Line 3) 1 April 2006 Elevated None
24 Dwarka Sector 13 द्वारका सैक्टर १३      Blue Line (Line 3) 1 April 2006 Elevated None
25 Dwarka Sector 14 द्वारका सैक्टर १४      Blue Line (Line 3) 1 April 2006 Elevated None
26 Dwarka Sector 21†* द्वारका सेक्टर २१      Blue Line (Line 3),
     Airport Express
(Orange Line) 30 October 2010 Underground None [26][27][28][29]
[30][31][32][33][34][35]
27 Dwarka Sector 8 द्वारका सेक्टर ८      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 October 2010 Elevated None [27][28][29]
28 Dwarka Sector 9 द्वारका सैक्टर ९      Blue Line (Line 3) 1 April 2006 Elevated None
29 Ghitorni घिटोरनी      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated None
30 Govind Puri गोविन्दपुरी      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
31 Green Park ग्रीन पार्क      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
32 GTB Nagar जीटीबी नगर      Yellow Line (Line 2) 4 February 2009 Underground Also known as Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar
33 Guru Dronacharya गुरु द्रोणाचार्य      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated Formerly known as Garden Estate
34 Hauz Khas हौज़ खास      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
35 HUDA City Centre† हुडा सिटी सेंटर      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated Formerly known as Sushant Lok
36 IFFCO Chowk इफ्फको चौक      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated None
37 INA आईएनऐ      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
38 Inderlok†* इन्द्रलोक      Red Line (Line 1),
     Green Line (Line 5) 3 October 2003 Elevated Formerly known as Trinagar [36][37][38]
39 Indira Gandhi International Airport इन्दिरा गाँधी अंतर्राष्ट्रीय हवाई अड्डा      Airport Express
(Orange Line) 23 February 2011 Underground Indira Gandhi International Airport [30][31][32][33][34][35]
40 Indraprastha इन्द्रप्रस्थ      Blue Line (Line 3) 11 November 2006 Elevated None
41 Jahangirpuri† जहांगीरपुरी      Yellow Line (Line 2) 4 February 2009 Elevated None
42 Janakpuri East जनकपुरी पूर्व      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
43 Janakpuri West जनकपुरी पश्चिम      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
44 Jangpura जंगपुरा      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Underground Formerly known as Lodi Colony [19][20][21][22]
45 Jasola Apollo जसोला अपोलो      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21]
46 Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium जवाहर लाल नेहरू स्टेडियम      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Underground None [19][20][21][22]
47 Jhandewalan झंडेवालान      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
48 Jhilmil झिलमिल      Red Line (Line 1) 4 June 2008 Elevated None
49 Jor Bagh जोर बाग़      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
50 Kailash Colony कैलाश कॉलोनी      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
51 Kalkaji Mandir कालकाजी      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
52 Kanhiya Nagar कन्हैया नगर      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated None [39][40][41]
53 Karkarduma कड़कड़डूमा      Blue Line branch(Line 4) 6 January 2010 Elevated None [8]
54 Karol Bagh करोल बाग़      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
55 Kashmere Gate** कश्मीरी गेट      Red Line (Line 1),
     Yellow Line (Line 2) 24 December 2002
20 December 2004 Elevated
Underground Transfer station for Kashmere Gate ISBT [4][42]
56 Kaushambi कौशाम्बी      Blue Line branch(Line 4) 14 July 2011 Elevated None [9]
57 Keshav Puram केशव पुरम      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated None [39][40][41]
58 Khan Market खान मार्केट      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Underground None [19][20][21][22]
59 Kirti Nagar†* कीर्ति नगर      Blue Line (Line 3)
     Green Line branch 30 December 2005 Elevated None [2][2][16]
60 Kohat Enclave कोहाट एंक्लेव      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated None [39][40][41]
61 Lajpat Nagar लाजपत नगर      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
62 Laxmi Nagar लक्ष्मी नगर      Blue Line branch(Line 4) 6 January 2010 Elevated None [8]
63 Madipur मादीपुर      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
64 Malviya Nagar मालवीय नगर      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
65 Mandi House मण्डी हाऊस      Blue Line (Line 3) 11 November 2006 Underground None
66 Mansarovar Park मानसरोवर पार्क      Red Line (Line 1) 4 June 2008 Elevated None
67 Mayur Vihar -I मयूर विहार-१      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
68 Mayur Vihar Extension मयूर विहार विस्तार      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
69 MG Road एम जी रोड      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated Also known as DT City Center
70 Model Town मॉडल टाउन      Yellow Line (Line 2) 4 February 2009 Elevated None
71 Mohan Estate मोहन एस्टेट      Violet Line (Line 6) 14 January 2011 Elevated None [11][12][13][14][15]
72 Moolchand मूलचन्द      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
73 Moti Nagar मोती नगर      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
74 Mundka† मुंडका      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
75 Nangloi नांगलोई      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
76 Nangloi Railway station†† नांगलोई रेलवे स्टेशन      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated Transfer station for Nangloi Railway station (Indian Railways) [10]
77 Nawada नवादा      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
78 Nehru Place नेहरू प्लेस      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
79 Netaji Subhash Place नेताजी सुभाष प्लेस      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated Formerly known as Wazirpur [38][39][40][41]
80 New Ashok Nagar न्यू अशोक नगर      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
81 New Delhi†¤ नई दिल्ली      Yellow Line (Line 2),
     Airport Express
(Orange Line) 3 July 2005 Underground Transfer station for New Delhi Railway Station (Indian Railways) and Airport Express [17][18][30][31][32][33][34][35]
82 Nirman Vihar निर्माण विहार      Blue Line branch(Line 4) 6 January 2010 Elevated None [8]
83 Noida City Centre† नोएडा सिटी सेंटर      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated Also known as Noida Sector 32
84 Noida Golf Course नोएडा गोल्फ कोर्स      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
85 Noida Sector 15 नोएडा सेक्टर १५      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
86 Noida Sector 16 नोएडा सेक्टर १६      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
87 Noida Sector 18 नोएडा सेक्टर १८      Blue Line (Line 3) 12 November 2009 Elevated None
88 Okhla ओखला      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
89 Paschim Vihar East पश्चिम विहार पूर्व      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
90 Paschim Vihar West पश्चिम विहार पश्चिम      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
91 Patel Chowk पटेल चौक      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 July 2005 Underground None [17][18]
92 Patel Nagar पटेल नगर      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
93 Peera Garhi पीरागढ़ी      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
94 Pitam Pura पीतमपुरा      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated None [39][40][41]
95 Pragati Maidan प्रगति मैदान      Blue Line (Line 3) 11 November 2006 Elevated None
96 Pratap Nagar प्रताप नगर      Red Line (Line 1) 3 October 2003 Elevated None [36][37]
97 Preet Vihar प्रीत विहार      Blue Line branch(Line 4) 6 January 2010 Elevated None [8]
98 Pul Bangash पुल बंगश      Red Line (Line 1) 3 October 2003 Elevated None [36][37]
99 Punjabi Bagh East पंजाबी बाग़ पूर्व      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
100 Qutab Minar क़ुतुब मीनार      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated None
101 Race Course रेस कोर्से रोड      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
102 Rajdhani Park राजधानी पार्क      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
103 Rajendra Place राजेन्द्र प्लेस      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
104 Rajiv Chowk* राजीव चौक      Yellow Line (Line 2),
     Blue Line (Line 3) 3 July 2005 Underground Also known as Connaught Place (CP) [17][18]
105 Rajouri Garden राजौरी गार्डन      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
106 Ramakrishna Ashram Marg रामकृष्ण आश्रम मार्ग      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated Also known as R.K. Ashram Marg [16]
107 Ramesh Nagar रमेश नगर      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
108 Rithala† रिठाला      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated None [39][40][41]
109 Rohini East रोहिणी पूर्व      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated None [39][40][41]
110 Rohini West रोहिणी पश्चिम      Red Line (Line 1) 31 March 2004 Elevated None [39][40][41]
111 Saket साकेत      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
112 Sarita Vihar सरिता विहार      Violet Line (Line 6) 3 October 2010 Elevated None [19][20][21][22]
113 Satguru Ramsingh Marg†† सतगुरु रामसिंह मार्ग      Green Line branch 27 August 2011 Elevated Transfer station for Patel Nagar Station (Indian Railways) [2][2]
114 Seelampur सीलमपुर      Red Line (Line 1) 24 December 2002 At Grade None [4][42]
115 Shadipur शादीपुर      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
116 Shahdara शाहदरा      Red Line (Line 1) 24 December 2002 At Grade None [4][42]
117 Shastri Nagar शास्त्री नगर      Red Line (Line 1) 3 October 2003 Elevated Formerly known as Vivekanand Puri [36][37][38]
118 Shastri Park शास्त्री पार्क      Red Line (Line 1) 24 December 2002 At Grade None [4][42]
119 Shivaji Park शिवाजी पार्क      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
120 Shivaji Stadium शिवाजी स्टेडियम      Airport Express
(Orange Line) 23 February 2011 Underground None [30][31][32][33][34][35]
121 Sikandarpur* सिकंदरपुर      Yellow Line (Line 2)
Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon 21 June 2010 Elevated Transfer to Rapid MetroRail Gurgaon(separate metro system)
122 Subhash Nagar सुभाष नगर      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
123 Sultanpur सुल्तानपुर      Yellow Line (Line 2) 21 June 2010 Elevated None
124 Surajmal Stadium सूरजमल स्टेडियम      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
125 Tagore Garden टैगोर गार्डन      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
126 Tilak Nagar तिलक नगर      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
127 Tis Hazari तीस हज़ारी      Red Line (Line 1) 24 December 2002 Elevated None [4][42]
128 Tughlakabad तुगलकाबाद      Violet Line (Line 6) 14 January 2011 Elevated None [11][12][13][14][15]
129 Udyog Bhawan उद्योग भवन      Yellow Line (Line 2) 3 September 2010 Underground None [6][7]
130 Udyog Nagar उद्योग नगर      Green Line (Line 5) 2 April 2010 Elevated None [10]
131 Uttam Nagar East उत्तम नगर पूर्व      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
132 Uttam Nagar West उत्तम नगर पश्चिम      Blue Line (Line 3) 30 December 2005 Elevated None [16]
133 Vaishali† वैशाली      Blue Line branch(Line 4) 14 July 2011 Elevated None [9]
134 Vidhan Sabha विधान सभा      Yellow Line (Line 2) 20 December 2004 Underground None
135 Vishwa Vidyalaya विश्वविद्यालय      Yellow Line (Line 2) 20 December 2004 Underground Also known as Delhi University
136 Welcome वेलकम      Red Line (Line 1) 24 December 2002 At Grade None [4][42]
137 Yamuna Bank* यमुना बैंक      Blue Line (Line 3),
     Blue Line branch(Line 4) 10 May 2009 At-Grade None
138 Janpath जनपथ      Violet Line (Line 6) 26 June 2014 Underground None

Statistics[edit]

Total number of metro stations 156
Number of stations in Delhi 134
Number of stations in Faridabad, Haryana 9
Number of stations in Noida, Uttar Pradesh 6
Number of stations in Gurgaon, Haryana 5
Number of stations in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 2
Number of interchange stations 11
Number of Elevated stations 111
Number of underground stations 40
Number of stations At-Grade 5

Source: WSJ[43]

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