2024 HDCA Conference – Kolkata, India

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September 24-26, 2024

Hosted by Pratichi (India Trust), Institute for Development Studies Kolkata, and Health Information Systems Program (HISP)

 

“Crises, Capabilities and Commitment”

The 2024 HDCA conference has special significance as 2024 marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of HDCA. The conference is being held in Kolkata, West Bengal, India – home of the first HDCA president, Professor Amartya Sen. The conference theme of Crises, Capabilities and Commitment has been chosen because the inter-linkages between these three ideas require in depth discussion.

Many multi-faceted crises assail us. Some are global in scope, linked with the assault on our environment, violent conflicts, pandemics and humanitarian challenges. Some crises emerge from episodic events. Others emerge less dramatically linked with a backlash to transformations in social relations, or technologies. Crises, both episodic and cumulative, reveal deep inequalities in capabilities. Crises may be associated with both ‘loud’ and ‘silent’ capability deprivations, in areas such as education, health, disability, political participation and wellbeing. The immediate and visible fallout from crises may precipitate further inequalities in capabilities linked to loss of income and employment, inequity, food insecurity malnutrition, and polarization between groups. The conference will be a setting to discuss the forms of commitment needed to analyze and address many interlinked crises and their stress on capabilities.

 

Call for Proposals and Submissions

Submissions period is closed

The conference particularly invites submissions focusing on research topics detailed in the CfP. Work on core HDCA themes is also welcome.

While the papers may come from any discipline and may be theoretical, applied, or policy-based, every paper must engage with, apply, extend, criticise, or offer insights specifically relevant to the capability approach and/or the human development paradigm and be aligned with the conference theme and sub-themes.

Each proposal will be peer reviewed by panels appointed by the program committee. The main criteria for evaluating the various kinds of submissions will be; novelty/originality; clarity and structure; significance/impact/relevance to/engagement with the capability approach and/or human development; methodology and methods; fit with the conference theme.

Important deadlines

January 20, 2024         Submission open

February 29, 2024       Submission of proposals closes

April 15, 2024             Announcement of paper acceptance/rejection

May 7, 2023             Deadline for scholarship applications

June 15, 2024             Deadline for conference registration at early-bird rates

July 15, 2024              Submission of full papers entries for the Kuklys prizes

August 22, 2024         Final deadline for conference registration at standard rates

Parallel sessions: Types of Proposals

Categories under which proposals may be submitted:

  1. Academic paper sessions, for which single papers can be submitted. Each paper will be presented in a session with 2 or 3 other submissions (25 minutes per paper including Q&A). Please send an abstract of 500-1,000 words, with a list of 3-5 keywords.
  2. Research and Action sessions, for which a set of presentations can be submitted, describing and analyzing a particular field of action and the way it links with the human development paradigm and/or capability approach. Each session will include 3 or 4 other presentations (20 minutes per presentation including Q&A). Please send an abstract of 500-1,000 words, with a list of 3-5 keywords describing the particular field of action and an abstract of 500-1,000 words, with a list of 3-5 keywords, for each of the presentations included in the proposed session. The coordinator will act as the contact person for all presenters.
  3. Thematic panel sessions, for which a set of papers on a single theme related to this year’s conference theme or to the subject of one or more of the HDCA’s thematic groups is submitted. Panel proposals are welcome from the thematic group coordinators as well as from people unaffiliated with them. We particularly welcome interdisciplinary panels and panels that combine academic perspectives with those of practitioners. Each thematic panel should have a maximum of three presentations. It is also possible to propose two panels on the same theme. Each thematic panel must have a coordinator who submits a panel abstract of up to 1,000 words, plus 3-5 keywords as well as an abstract of 500-1,000 words, with a list of 3-5 keywords, for each of the papers included in the session. The coordinator will act as the contact person for the thematic session(s) and the other panel presenters. (NB: If not all of the papers in the proposed panel session are evaluated favorably, the approved papers will be regarded as individual academic papers and may be allocated to the sessions in point 1.)
  4. Author-meets-critics sessions, in which an author presents a summary of a recent book or larger piece of research. Each author should send a 500-word synopsis of the relevant book or research project, along with 3-5 keywords. The submission should also include the names of one or two confirmed discussants. Discussants can be researchers, but we particularly encourage including at least one practitioner (or organization) as proposed discussants.
  5. Roundtables, which are intended to engage policymakers or (non-)governmental stakeholders, or to organize discussions with practitioners about practical approaches to dealing with the problems that are the focus of the conference. Please send a 500 – 1,000 word abstract, plus 3-5 keywords. Also include information on the roundtable participants, affiliations, and whether the participation of each of them has been confirmed. Submissions can be academic-led or practitioner-led.
  6. Young-scholar-meets-senior-scholar sessions, intended for graduate students to present their research plan or work in progress (paper proposals should be 500-1000 words, with 3-5 keywords). Senior scholars, including HDCA Fellows, will provide feedback and chair the discussion.
  7. Documentaries – If you would like to present and discuss your film or documentary during this conference, please send in a proposal with background and motivation (500-1000 words).
  8. Poster, for which dedicated time slots will be available in the program so that authors can communicate their ideas to the circulating audience. Posters could present a research project, some completed fieldwork, a case study, or an early-stage research proposal. Please send an abstract of 300-600 words, with a list of 3-5 keywords.

Conference Format

The Kolkata conference will be open to both in-person and online participation. A variety of sessions, events and panels will be organized during pre-conference days and three conference days.

  Open Access Participation through online platform In-person participation
Pre-conference Day 1 Yes
Pre-conference Day 2 Yes Yes
Keynote Lectures

Public events

Yes Yes Yes
Plenary sessions Yes Yes
7 Parallel Sessions Yes Yes
Poster exhibition Yes
Meetings Yes
Documentaries Yes
Conference Dinner Yes
HDCA Membership and Journal subscription Yes Yes

 

Keynote Speakers

Information to come

Venue, Travel and Visa Information

VENUE

Science city
J.B.S. Haldane Avenue,
Kolkata-700 046, West Bengal, India

VISA INFORMATION

All participants are requested to check for visa requirements to enter India and you may qualify for the e-conference visa or via-mail or in-person depending on where you are located.

For specific details on what documentations are expected from the embassy please visit the local Indian embassy. For example, Indian embassies in China, Australia, Germany and US are listed below:

All government agency links in India end with “gov.in” so you know the authenticity of the website as being governmental (or federal – as it is called in many countries).

List of Indian Embassies and Consulates  https://embassies.net/india-embassy

Recommended Types of Visas

  • Tourist Visa
    Valid for – Five years
    Type of Entry – Multiple
    Extendable in India – No
    Fee-185$
    Tourist e-visa- 25$-80$
    Documents Required for Application – Applicants need to provide proof regarding their financial standing, that is, return ticket and sufficient money to spend during their stay in the country
  • Conference e-Visa
    Valid for – 30 days
    Extendable in India – No
    Documents Required for Application – Invitation letter,  Clearance from MEA and MHA
    Fee – 13$ -113$

How to Apply for a Visa?

You can apply for a visa both online and offline. In the case of offline visa applications, usually you need to download the application form and fill it with the required details. Then, you have to submit the filled application form supported by all required credentials at your concerned visa application centre. Different countries may have different application procedures for applying for visas. Many countries may not accept offline visa applications. Also, the cost involved in applying for a visa also differs from country to country.

How to Complete an Online Indian Visa Application

  • Step 1: Begin by visiting the official website of the Indian Bureau of Immigration. https://boi.gov.in/boi/ The link for visa application is: https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/
  • Step 2: Choose the ‘REGULAR/PAPER VISA APPLICATION’ section. Fill out the application form attentively.
  • Step 3: As you progress, make sure to periodically save your application and upload the necessary documents and images. Once you’ve completed the process, click the ‘Submit’ button.
  • Step 4: Next, select a suitable date and time for an appointment and proceed to pay the visa application fee.

e-Conference Visa to India – Definition, Eligibility Criteria and Provisions

The major requirement for the e-conference is the production of the invitation letter to the seminar, workshop or conference even if one is not presenting a paper.

  • The stay days in India one-Conference Visa will be 30 days.
  • Single entry is permitted for Indian e-Conference Visa.

Unlike other visas, the e-conference visa has a validity period of three months. The duration is counted from the day you are issued with the visa and not from the time you enter India.

Application Process for the e-Conference Visa

You can find information about the process and eligible countries here – click on ‘Countries/Nationalities who are eligible to avail eVisa’ on the left hand menu.: https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html. The application process is online https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/ / You need to be sure that you have the following:

  • A passport with at least six months validity
  • Scanned copies of your recent colored photo. The size should not exceed 10 MB and the dimensions should be 2in. X 2In. Otherwise, you will not be able to upload the file until you get the correct format.
  • A copy of your passport
  • Enough money to pay for the visa. The charges range from USD 13- USD 113. The specific amount will be indicated as you complete the form. Payment method: VISA and MasterCard.
  • Proof of the address of your residence
  • Following letters
    A formal letter of invitation from India.
    Evidence of political clearance by MEA
    Evidence of MHA event clearance or an NOC

Link to the Google Form – Invitation  Letter -HDCA 2024 

For us to secure political Clearance from the Ministry of External Affairs ( MEA) and Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) please fill in the required Invitation letter form for HDCA 2024 to facilitate your  e-visa by getting the requisite clearances. Once these clearances are secured they will be made available on the links.

 
Sample e-Conference Visa Form

Please continue to follow the proper protocol for conference visa application and visit your local Indian Embassy’s website for specific details on what documentations are expected from the embassy.

Prior Reference Categories (PRC): https://conference.mha.gov.in/FAQ.aspx#
Traditional challenges exist and additional paperwork is required.
Updates:
Below are suggestions for the following countries. You are encouraged to complete the below form.
Afghanistan Canada – Please contact your local Indian Embassy/Consulate for details regarding application for a conference visa.
Iraq China – Please contact your local Indian Embassy/Consulate for details regarding application for a conference visa.
Pakistan/Pakistani Origin Hong Kong – Please contact your local Indian Embassy/Consulate for details regarding application for a conference visa.
Sudan

Submissions are applicable to the countries listed above. Please continue to follow the proper protocol for conference visa application and visit your local Indian Embassy’s website for specific details regarding which documents are expected from the embassy to apply for a conference visa. You will not receive an update regarding the form submission. The information will be submitted to one of the Indian ministries which will distribute the information internally to the corresponding embassy/consulate.

How to check your Visa Status Online?

Visa status checks can be done online. In order to check your visa status online, you need to visit the visa status enquiry section of a particular consulate and keep certain information handy with you. To know your passport visa status, you may be required to put the following information:

You can also track your visa status by visiting a third-party website and entering your passport number and date of birth. It is very easy to track your visa status by using your passport number.

IMPORTANT

Visa approval can take a few months, and so we strongly encourage you to apply well in advance.

Registration, fees, and scholarships

Register here! https://hd-ca.org/hdca-conference-registration-2024

Students and scholars from low- and mid-income countries will pay reduced registration fee, and some concession rates will be available for participants from high-income countries. 

Registration rates are as follow:

  In-person Online
Resident in High Income Country
Early bird $320 $160
Standard $360 $200
Concessions° + students early bird $190 $120
Concessions° + students standard $230 $160
Resident in Low- or Middle-Income Country
Early bird $160 $80
Standard $200 $120
Concessions° + students early bird $90 $50
Concessions° + students standard $130 $90

°NGO worker or similar or unwaged

Scholarships
(The application period is closed. Awards will be made by end May)

HDCA Conference scholarships to cover part of the cost to attend are available to people presenting papers at the 2024 Conference. Scholarships will be awarded based on merit and need to:

a) early career scholars (in cases of jointly authored papers, to qualify for a scholarship the applicant must be the lead author and must explain their contribution to the paper), and
b) scholars residing in low- and mid-income countries (for jointly authored papers, all authors must reside in a low- or middle-income country and only one of the authors can apply for a scholarship.)

 Scholarships are not awarded for poster presentations. As we are unable to assess need directly we request that you apply for a scholarship only if you would not otherwise be able to attend the Conference.

In addition, the HDCA, in association with the Human Development Report Office (HDRO), will also award up up to three prestigious Ul Haq Early Career Scholarships to attend the Conference in person. Each award will provide up to $2500 to cover travel, visas, accommodation, and registration fees. Please note that applicants must have received a score of 3/5 or higher on their conference proposal. Awards will be determined by a joint selection committee of the HDCA and HDRO.

Applicants can be considered for both types of scholarships but only one scholarship will be awarded per recipient. The deadline for scholarship applications is: 7 May, 2024.

Ul Haq Early Career Scholarships – Details

The HDCA in association with the Human Development Report Office (HDRO) is pleased to invite applications for up to three prestigious Ul Haq Early Career Scholarships to attend the HDCA 2024 annual conference, in person.

Mahbub ul Haq was an economist, international development theorist, and politician who served two periods as the Minister of Finance of Pakistan  Mahbub ul Haq was the pioneer in developing the concept of human development, and led the establishment of the United Nations Development Programme’s Human Development Report and the Human Development Index, pivotal in placing people at the heart of global development policy debate. He not only articulated the human development philosophy for development planning, but he also provided a now widely used statistical measure to quantify indicators of human development.

Each award will provide up to $2500 to cover travel, visas, accommodation and registration fees for the conference in Kolkata, India, 24-26 September.

Eligibility Criteria:

1) Applicants should be enrolled in a PhD programme in any discipline, or early career researchers who are within 5 years of finishing their PhD.

2) They must have had a proposal accepted for the conference with a minimum grade of 3/5.

3) Priority will be given to scholars studying and working in low- and middle-income countries but high-income country applicants will also be considered.

4) Disciplinary diversity will inform the selection.

5) Financial need for conference support.

In the year following the conference, successful applicants will be expected to:

  • Join a Thematic Group and Regional Network and to be active members.
  • To present at least one joint HDRO- HDCA webinar.
  • To develop their conference paper into an article for submission to the JHDC. Each successful applicant will be assigned a mentor to assist them with this process, including reading and commenting on their draft article.

Pre-conference Days

Pre-Conference Day 1 – Sunday, September 22: Experiencing Bengal

  1. Day trip to Santiniketan (Full day Sightseeing)
    • Logistics: Includes travel to and from Santiniketan and local sight seeing
    • Price: 100 USD per person
    • Tour Capacity: 50
    • Inclusions: three meals, (including packed breakfast) , travel in AC coach, entry  fee, local  travel in electric-rickshaw.Day Trip to Santiniketan (Full day Sightseeing)
    • Cost: USD$100. Sign up on registration page.

Santiniketan is a unique blend of education, art, and culture. Established in rural West Bengal in 1901 by the renowned poet and philosopher, Rabindranath Tagore, Santiniketan was a residential school and centre for art based on ancient Indian traditions and on a vision of the unity of humanity ‘Viswa Bharati ‘ transcending religious and cultural boundaries. Santiniketan is an embodiment of Rabindranath Tagore’s vision and philosophy of where ‘the world would form a single nest’ using a combination of education, appreciation of nature, music and the arts. It is also the home for the Bengal School of Art, and embodies the idea of inclusive and sustainable development using culture-based approaches.

Santiniketan is also a UNESCO World Heritage site.

On the trip we will visit

  • Pratichi, ancestral residence of Amartya Sen
  • Chattimtala
  • Uttarayan Complex
  • Viswa Bharati University
  • Tepantar Theatre Village
  • Sonajhuri Artisan Village
  • Itinerary
  • Santiniketan is 152kms/ 4hrs by road from Kolkata
  • Trip capacity is 50 persons
  • Pick up & drop off (Science City – the conference venue)
  • Transportation in an air-conditioned coach/bus
  • Breakfast, Lunch & dinner, inclusive of 01 non- alcoholic beverage
  • Bottled water in the coach
  • Guide tour to all listed spots in Santiniketan
  1. Signature Kolkata Walks
    Starting Time : 11:00 am to 3:00 pm IST
    Duration: 3-4 hrs
    Price: 20 USD per person
    Tour Capacity: 30 per walk
    Cost: USD$20. Sign up on registration page

We meet at conference venue, to discover the stunning city of Kolkata, and explore its vibrant shopping places that will leave you wonderstruck. Experience Kolkata from the eyes of a local ; participants can choose from 1 of the following walks.

  1. Confluence Of Cultures / The Melting Pot Walk
  2. Street Food Calcutta Walk
  3. Durga Puja Pandal Walk

Pre-Conference Day 2 – Monday, September 23 (more information to come)

  • Human Development 2024 Report Launch (Chair Heriberto Tapia HDRO)
  • Editorial Panel (Chair Sandra Boni, Editor HDCA)
  • Writing workshop (Chair Melanie Walker)

Kuklys Prize

The Kuklys prize is annually awarded at the HDCA conference for the best conference paper written by a graduate student. Normally the same person can only win the award once. The Kuklys Prize is aimed at promoting the work of graduate students in the field of human development and the capability approach. It is named in memory of Wiebke Kuklys, who, as an Economics PhD student at Cambridge University, advanced the capability approach by exploring the application of new statistical techniques. Wiebke studied in Germany, Chile, and England, and combined an open mind for new ideas with a concern for the most vulnerable people and she believed that high-quality research could contribute to making the world a better place to live in. Wiebke died in June 2005, at the age of 33, only a few months after receiving her PhD degree. Her dissertation was published posthumously by Springer under the title “Amartya Sen’s Capability Approach: Theoretical Insights and Empirical Applications.”

If you would like to be considered for the prize, please notify the Kolkata organizers at hdcakolkata2024@gmail.com by May 31. Full papers must be submitted by July 7.

Conference Committees

Conference Program Committee: 

Antara Dev Sen, Pratichi (India) Trust & The Little Magazine

Achin Chakraborty, Institute for Development Studies, Kolkata

Manabi Majumdar, Centre for Studies in Social Sciences; & Pratichi (India) Trust

Sundeep Sahay, University of Oslo; & Society for Health Information Systems Program (HISP India)

Simantini Mukhopadhyay, Institute for Development Studies, Kolkata

Nozomi Sakata, Hiroshima University

Lori Keleher, New Mexico State University

Elaine Unterhalter, University College London

Enrica Chiappero Martinetti, University of Pavia

Arunima S Mukherjee, University of Oslo; & Society for Health Information Systems Program (HISP India)

Conference Organizing Committee:

Sabir Ahamed, Pratichi Trust

Rashi Banta, HISP India (Society for Health Information Systems Programmes)

Sahil Bhardwaj,  HISP India (Society for Health Information Systems Programmes)

Kaustab Tyagi,  IDSK (Institute of Development Studies, Kolkata )

Arunima Sehgal Mukherjee, University of Oslo and HISP India

Summer School

HDCA Summer School 2024
Friday 20 and Saturday 21, September 2024
Kolkata, India

REGISTER HERE! https://hd-ca.org/2024-hdca-summer-school

Summer School Programme

We are excited to announce that this year HDCA Summer School will take place in person on Friday 20 and Saturday 21, September 2024, at The Amartya Sen Centre (ASC) in Kolkata, India, ahead of the HDCA conference.

The summer school aims to develop participants’ knowledge and understanding of key concepts in human development, with a particular focus on the capability approach. Giulia Greco (Giulia.Greco@lshtm.ac.uk) and Oliver Mutanga (oliverm.junior@gmail.com) will lead the summer school, joined by special guest tutors and speakers.

The two-day programme will include sessions delivered by senior capability scholars and practitioners covering foundational concepts in human development and the capability approach, measurement issues, inequalities, and sustainability. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss their research projects and receive feedback in a workshop-style. All sessions will be in person and in English.

Summer School Eligibility

The programme is specifically designed for doctoral students and post-doctoral scholars who already have some understanding of development issues and are currently working with the capability approach.  To be eligible for the 2024 HDCA summer school you must be a current doctoral student or postdoctoral researcher (within 2 years of receiving your doctorate) working with the capability approach. You must also attend the main HDCA conference in Kolkata (separate registration and payment required).

Priority will be given to students who have not previously attended an HDCA summer school. Applications from students who have previously attended an HDCA summer school will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

If you have any queries about your suitability for the summer school, please email the Education Officers, Giulia Greco and Oliver Mutanga for clarification.

Registration

The registration fee for the summer school is USD 80. It will include participation in the two-day programme, refreshments, two lunches, one evening meal, and course materials. It will not include travel or accommodation costs, so participants will need to budget accordingly. A wide range of accommodation is available locally.

If you are awarded a scholarship for this year’s main HDCA conference, you will be eligible to apply for up to USD 100 towards your accommodation costs for attending the summer school (payable following summer school registration).

Further details regarding the summer school registration process and practical information for the event (venue, etc.) will be provided when the main conference registration opens in May.

Please note summer school places are limited and usually fill up very quickly.

Giulia Greco, HDCA Education Officer
Oliver Mutanga, HDCA Education Officer

Accommodations

3 Star Price Range INR (3000-5000)

Townhouse Oak Hotel
Address:- P, 16, Dr Suresh Sarkar Rd, near RAMLILA MAIDAN, Sealdah, SCHEME LV, Kolkata, West Bengal 700014

Central Bed & Breakfast
Address: Lansdowne Court, 5 B, Sarat Bose Rd, Sreepally, Bhowanipore, Kolkata, West Bengal 700020

Barsana Boutique
Address: 84/3, Topsia Rd, Seal Lane, Topsia, Kolkata, West Bengal 700046

Golden Park Hotel
Address: 13, Ho Chi Minh Sarani Rd, Kankaria Estates, Park Street area, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071

The Lindsay
Address:- 8A & 8B, Lindsay St, opp. New Market, Fire Brigade Head Quarter, Esplanade, Dharmatala, Taltala, Kolkata, West Bengal 700087

Middleton Inn
Address: 8, Middleton St, Kankaria Estates, Park Street area, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071

The Senator Hotel
Address: 15, Camac St, Elgin, Kolkata, West Bengal 700017

Neelam Bed & Breakfast
Address: 11, Dr Md Ishaque Rd, Fire Brigade Head Quarter, Esplanade, Taltala, Kolkata, West Bengal 700016

Hotel Cecil
Address: 52/1/1, College St, Lalbajar, Bowbazar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700073

Treebo Trend Sreema
Address: 3A, 3, FD Block, Sector 3, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700106

Lytton Hotel
Address: 14 , Sudder Street, Mother Teresa Sarani, Kolkata, West Bengal 700016

The Moira – Bed and Breakfast
Address: 3, Moira St, Minto Park Area, Elgin, Kolkata, West Bengal 700017

Senses Hotel
Address: DN-26, Street Number 11, DN Block, Sector V, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700091

Rosa Manor House
Address: 19/3, Dover Rd, Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700019

Ibiza The Fern
Address: Merlin Greens, Kriparampur P.S: Bishnupur, Diamond Harbour Rd, Kolkata, West Bengal 743503

4 Star Price Range INR (5000-8000)

Regenta Orkos Kolkata
Address: 621, Prantik Pally Rd, Ravindra Pally, Kasba, Kolkata, West Bengal 700107

Altair – A Boutique Hotel
Address: Ambuja Neotia EcoCentre, 4, 19, Street No. 13, EM Block, Sector V, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700091

The Astor
Address: 15, Shakespeare Sarani Rd, near NIGHTINGALE HOSPITAL, Kankaria Estates, Park Street area, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071

Kenilworth Hotel
Address: 1 And 2, Little Russel St, Kankaria Estates, Park Street area, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071

The Elgin Fairlawn
Address: 13A, Sudder St, Fire Brigade Head Quarter, Esplanade, Dharmatala, Taltala, Kolkata, West Bengal 700016

Polo Floatel
Address: Kolkata Jetty, 9/10, Strand Rd, B.B.D. Bagh, Kolkata, West Bengal 700001

ibis Kolkata
Address: Cf 12, BG Block(Newtown), Action Area 1C, Newtown, Kolkata, New Town, West Bengal 700156

Fairfield by Marriott
Address: Ashok Cosmos Mall, Sanjay Palace, Sanjay Place, Civil Lines, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282002

Park Suites
Address: 4th Floor, 31 Stephen Court, 18A, Mother Teresa Sarani, Kolkata, West Bengal 700071

The Sonnet Kolkata
Address: Plot No. 8, The Sonnet Hotel, DD Block, Sector 1, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700064

Monotel
Address: 2, Near Wipro Gate No 4, DM Block, Sector V, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700091

Soukyam Hotel
Address: 32/11, Gariahat Rd S, near PNB (ATM, Dhakuria, Selimpur, Jodhpur Park, Kolkata, West Bengal 700031

5 Star Price Range INR (8000 – 20000)

JW Marriott Hotel
Address: 4A, JBS Haldane Ave, Tangra, Kolkata, West Bengal 700105

Hyatt Regency Kolkata
Adddress: JA-1, JA Block, Sector 3, Bidhannagar, Kolkata, West Bengal 700106

Taj Vivanta Kolkata EM Bypass
Address:1930, Rash Behari Ave, Sector G, East Kolkata Twp, Kolkata, West Bengal 700107

The Park Kolkata
Address: 17, Mother Teresa Sarani, Taltala, Kolkata, West Bengal 700016

Hotel Hindusthan International
Address: 235/1, Acharya Jagdish Chandra Bose Rd, Sreepally, Bhowanipore, Kolkata, West Bengal 700020

The Oberoi Grand Kolkata
Address: 15, Jawaharlal Nehru Rd, New Market Area, Dharmatala, Taltala, Kolkata, West Bengal 700013

The Lalit Great Eastern Kolkata
Address: Dalhousie Square 1, 2,3, Old Court House St, Ward Number 1, Kolkata, West Bengal 700069

Taj Bengal
Address: 34-B, Belvedere Rd, Alipore, Kolkata, West Bengal 700027

Novotel Kolkata Hotel and Residences
Address: CF Block (Newtown), Action Area 1C, Rajarhat, New Town, Kolkata, West Bengal 700156

Pride Plaza Hotel
Address: Service Rd, opposite to novotel, BG Block (Newtown), Action Area I, Newtown, New Town, West Bengal 700156

The Westin Kolkata
Address: Plot No. Cbd/2 Action Area – Ii, New Town, Rajarhat, New Town, West Bengal 700156

Holiday Inn Kolkata
Address: Biswa Bangla Sarani, near City Centre 2, Dash Drone, Newtown, Kolkata, West Bengal 700136