AQI Pollution Data Fetched from CPCB on 14 Jul 2020 14:40:09 PM

 No.  City Name   AQI Value  Pollution Level 
1Ahmedabad 82 Satisfactory  
2Alwar 72 Satisfactory  
3Bengaluru 38 Good  
4Bulandshahr 155 Moderate  
5Chandrapur 26 Good  
6Chennai 52 Satisfactory  
7Chikkamagaluru 29 Good  
8Coimbatore 37 Good  
9Delhi 131 Moderate  
10Dharuhera 56 Satisfactory  
11Ernakulam 101 Moderate  
12Ghaziabad 230 Poor  
13Greater Noida 151 Moderate  
14Jind 148 Moderate  
15Kanpur 36 Good  
16Karnal 76 Satisfactory  
17Kolkata 56 Satisfactory  
18Lucknow 64 Satisfactory  
19Maihar 26 Good  
20Mandideep 71 Satisfactory  
21Meerut 143 Moderate  
22Mumbai 40 Good  
23Nagpur 33 Good  
24Navi Mumbai 31 Good  
25Pali 52 Satisfactory  
26Patna 68 Satisfactory  
27Sirsa 128 Moderate  
28Talcher 73 Satisfactory  
29Thiruvananthapuram 39 Good  

Disclaimer: The data shown above is as provided by Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) on real time basis and is not being reposited with NCDC website. The table below shows the advisory from Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
 Air Quality Index
(AQI)#
(Pollution level) 
 Possible Health Consequences   Advice for
General Population Vulnerable Population*
 Good
 (0-50) 
 Low Risk  No special precautions No special precautions

 Satisfactory
 (51-100)

 Minor breathing discomfort in vulnerable population*

 No special precautions

 Reduce prolonged or strenuous outdoor physical exertion

 Moderate
 (101-200)

 Breathing or other health realted discomfort in vulnerable poplution*

 Reduce prolonged or strenuous outdoor physical exertion

 Avoid prolonged or strenuous outdoor physical exertion

 Poor
 (201-300)

  • Breathing discomfort in healthy people on prolonged exposure
  • Breathing or other health realted discomfort in vulnerable population* on short exposure
  •  Avoid outdoor physical exertion

     Avoid outdoor physical activities

     Very Poor
     (301-400)

  • Respiratory illness in health people on prolonged exposure
  • Pronounced respiratory or other illnesses in vulnerable population* on short exposure
  •  Avoid outdoor physical activities, especially during morning and late evening hours

     Remain indoors and keep activity level low

     Severe
     (401-500)

  • Respiratory illness in healthy people on prolonged exposure
  • Serious respiratory or other illnesses in vulnerable population* on short exposure
  •  Avoid outdoor physical activities

     Remain indoors and keep activity level low

    * Vulnerable population (high risk): Elderly, children under 5 years, pregnant women, pre-existing illnesses like asthma and other airway or lung (respiratory) and heart (cardiovascular) diseases

    #AQI= Air Quality Index; Check the daily AQI through the following websites before planning your day

    CPCB - https://app.cpcbccr.com/AQI_India/        MAPAN-SAFAR - http://safar.tropmet.res.in