is an industrial metropolis in the state of West Bengal, India, located
about 160 km from Kolkata.
Durgapur projects an image of an
industrialized India. It is the third integrated steel plant of Hindustan
Steel Limited and occupies an area of 6.47 sq. km. Founded under the
Colombo Plan Mission which visited India in April, 1955, the plant has
been instrumental in changing the rural face of Durgapur into a vast
industrial complex comprising public and private sectors.
Area: 41 sq. km.
Altitude: 68.9 meters. Temperature (deg C).
Summer- Max.46.1, Min. 37.8. Winter- Max.
32.2, Min. 29.4. Rainfall: (150 cm June to September).
Clothing: Summer- Tropical, Winter- Light woolens.
Languages spoken: Bengali, English. Best Season:
Throughout the year.
A/c Super Deluxe Double Bedded
A/c Deluxe Double bedded
Non A/c Deluxe Double bedded
Dormitory (4-bedded)/ Bed
Restaurant & Bar
Credit Card Accepted
Alloy Steel Project- 10kms, Mining and
Allied Machinery Corporation- 6kms, Durgapur Coke Ovens Project Limited-
6kms, AVB - 6kms, Durgapur Barrage- 3kms, Durgapur Steel Plant- 10kms,
Philips Carbon Black & Sankey Wheels.
Asansol- 42kms, Chittranjan- 77kms, Jaidev-
22kms, Shantiniketan- 61kms, Vishnupur- 72kms
By Air: Nearest national
and international airport is Calcutta- 176kms.
By Rail: Durgapur itself
has a railway station.
By Road: Calcutta- 176kms,
Patna- 414kms, Asansol- 50kms, Shantiniketan- 62kms, Vishnupur- 72kms.