Nagpur “ The Growth Nucleus of India & A Global Investment Destination ”

Nagpur is the Geo-Center of India and the state's Winter Capital & previously Capital of CP & Berar Province. On a global scale, Nagpur is estimated to be the 114th largest city and the 143rd largest urban area in the world in 2006 in terms of population. Nagpur is also important geographically as it lies practically at the centre of India with the country's geographical centre (Zero Mile) being situated here. Moreover, Nagpur is well-known throughout India as a trade centre for high-quality oranges grown in the surrounding region and hence the city is also known as Santra Nagari /Orange City. Rich Cotton belt inspires JRD Tata to set up its first textile mill of India in Nagpur i.e. “Empress Mill”. Recently, the city celebrated 300 years of its establishment.


Nagpur is an important city for the scientific community as it is home to the headquarters of a number of national level scientific and governmental establishments like the National Environmental Engineering and Research Institute (NEERI), Central Institute of Cotton Research (CICR), National Research Centre for Citrus, National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use Planning, the Jawaharlal Nehru National Aluminium Research and Development Centre, the Indian Bureau of Mines, India's Intellectual Property Training Institute, the National Academy of Direct Taxes, the Chief Controller of Explosives of the Petroleum and National College of Fire & Safety.Also has Explosives Safety Organisation, and the South Central Zone Csultural Centre in addition to a regional office of the Indian Meteorological Department.

Nagpur is also an important city for the Indian armed forces as the headquarters of Maintenance Command of the Indian Air Force and an Ordinance factory and Staff College for the Indian Armed Forces are located in the city. In addition, the Nagpur suburb named Kamptee is home a neatly laid out cantonment of the Regimental Centre of Indian Army's Brigade that is made up of the National Cadet Corps' Officers' Training School, Institute of Military Law, and other establishments of Indian Army. Furthermore, Nagpur's National Civil Defence College provides civil defence and disaster management training to pupils from all over India and abroad. The city is also the home for Indian Air Force's giant IL-76 transport planes nicknamed "Gajraj.

MIHAN- " Spells Success ”

MIHAN - Multi-modal International Hub Airport at Nagpur: MIHAN, a project one of its kind in the heart of India. Spread over an area of 4354 Hectares. The Multi-modal International Hub Airport at Nagpur, would not only play a major role in the development of Vidarbha region but will benefit the state and the country as a whole. MIHAN is an Ideal business hub, centrally located and easily accessible to all the metro cities of India. A final destination for all your business related needs, supported by excellent infrastructure, easy and fast procedural systems and continuous support and service through one window operation.


Why MIHAN in Nagpur -
  • Nagpur – Geo-Center of India. Strategic location for Aviation & Logistics Industry.
  • Well connected – East– West & North–South by 5 National Highways and 2 Rail routes. (N-S corridor passes through Nagpur).
  • Existing International Airport
  • Govt. of India declared it as an International Passenger & Cargo Hub.
  • Most conducive weather dynamics for air transportation.
  • Wide catchment’s area spreading almost 500 kms. radius.
  • Plenty of land suitable for unrestricted development available
MIHAN Comprises of –

* International Cargo and Passenger Hub.

     MRO Hub.
     Aviation Hub
     Logistics Hub
     IT & ITES Hub.
     Health City.
     Captive Power Plant.
     Value added industries.
     Manufacturing industries.
     100% Export Oriented Units.
     Road terminal with warehouses and other facilities.
     Rail Terminal with container depot.
     Five Star Hotels & Convention Centre and

* Airforce’s Gajraj Project.



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