Greater Noida City is a north Indian city with a populace more than 100,000, situated in the Gautam Budh Nagar area of the northern province of Uttar Pradesh. The city was made under the UP Industrial Area Development Act, 1976. It is a piece of the National Capital Region of India. Arranged 30 km south-east of capital city of New Delhi, it takes around 30 minutes to movement between the urban areas by means of the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway. More noteworthy Noida had a populace of 107,676, with 58,662 guys and 49,014 females.
The proficiency rate was 86.54%, 91.48% of guys and 80.65% of females. The socioeconomics of Greater Noida mostly comprise of understudies, corporate workers, and workers. Understudies are frequently impermanent occupants from different parts of India and abroad. More noteworthy Noida and Noida consolidated have around 300 towns. Greater Noida hosted the debut Formula One Indian Grand Prix at the Buddh International Circuit developed by Jaypee Group. It was the seventeenth round of the 2011 Formula One season, and the primary Formula One Grand Prix to occur on the Indian subcontinent and even the circuit is the first of its kind in South Asia.
The second and third Formula One Airtel Indian Grands Prix, held in October 2012 and 2013, were won by Red Bull Racing Driver Sebastian Vettel, his second and third continuous wins in India. More noteworthy Noida Cricket Stadium, otherwise called "Shaheed Vijay Singh Pathik Stadium", is situated close Jaypee Green Golf Course. The stadium facilitated its first Ranji Trophy coordinate between Uttar Pradesh and Baroda from December 1– 4, 2015. The ground would now be utilized by the national cricket group of Afghanistan as its home ground.