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New Delhi To CIRG

(Approx. 187 km by road)
By Train : Trains start either from NEW DELHI & or from Hazrat Nizamuddin Stations to MATHURA.(almost round the clock train services are available). Train Number:4212 / Name:Agra Intercity Express, Timing:New Delhi(NDLS) 17:20PM stops at Farah Halt (FHT) which is approx 2 kms far from Institute. This Train has got AC First Class, II tier, Chair Car & and normal seats. Those, who wish to travel from Delhi in evening may use this train as this is the easiest means of transport to arrive at the institute. However, one has to inform Institute and or friends so that he/she can be picked up from Railway station as no local transport are availabe at evening hours.
By Bus : State owned transport buses(AC/Non-AC) ply from ISBT Sarai Kalekhan Bus Stand to Agra. Buses are available round the clock. One has to get down at Farah Town. Most buses have got their stop at Farah station except few AC buses.

Mathura to CIRG (By road 22 kms)

By Train : Local train ply from Mathura to Farah Town at about 6AM and 8AM and at 20.45 hours.
By Bus : Easiest and Cheapest means of transport is state owned buses plying from New Roadways Bus Terminus on regular basis.

Farah Twon to CIRG (Approx. 2 Km)

  • The most difficult part of journy is between Farah town to Institute Campus. No public or private transport is available for this part of journy. It is difficult to find even auto riksha's. However, for official visits, transport can be made available on prior information.
  • Agra to CIRG (by road 32Km)

    By Train : Few trains ply between Agra Cant railway station to Farah Halt. These are (a) Agra New Delhi Intercity at 6AM (b) Agra Palwal Local at about 3:45 PM (c) Agra Palwal Local at about 5:45 PM.
    By Bus : Easiest and cheapest means of transport is state owned buses plying from Bhagwan Talkies Crossing to Mathura which can be used for journey upto Farah.

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    Central Institute for Research on Goats (CIRG) organized Farm Innovators’ Day on September, 10, 2015 .

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