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How to Get to Ashoka:

By Car:

Ashoka University is located on NH1 in District Sonepat, Haryana. The highway connects Delhi to Karnal, Ambala, Chandigarh, and J & K. The campus is a ten-minute drive from the Delhi-Karnal (Haryana) border.

If you drive from Delhi towards Panipat, the campus­, a red-bricked building is visible on your right. The campus is accessible only via Gate no. 2 of the Rajiv Gandhi Education City (1km ahead of Gate no. 1).

By Public Transport:

Ashoka University is about two hours away from Indira Gandhi International Airport. To reach the university campus directly from the airport, delegates may take the Airport line via Delhi Metro towards the New Delhi Railway Station and then switch over to the yellow line towards Samaypur Badli (Jahangirpuri). Regular shuttle service to and from the campus is available from Gate no. 3 of the Jahangirpuri metro station on the yellow line.

The updated shuttle schedule can be accessed here.

By Taxi:

As a faster and slightly easier way of reaching campus, you can use Ola, Uber, or any other registered cab service. The estimated cost of travel is between INR 1700-2000 from the airport or INR 700-1500 from Delhi.

Make sure that you use the address for Ashoka University in Sonepat (not Vasant Kunj): Plot No. 2, Rajiv Gandhi Education City, National Capital Region P.O.Rai, Sonepat Haryana-131029