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Useful Packing List for Germany

Useful Packing List for Germany.Almost everything needed is mentioned..

Primary list

1. Valid passport with your student visa

2. Air ticket

3. Admission letter from the university

4. All financial documentation you will require to submit to the university or

immigration authorities

5. All original certificates and other important documents

6. Traveller's cheques and sufficient cash

7. Photos - 20 Copies in different sizes

8. Detailed directions to your university or accommodations

9. Details of contacts (Family friends, Seniors, Personal Friends)

 

 Food Items:

1. Spices (Red chilli, Turmeric, Coriander powder etc)

2. Masalas (Sambhar masala, Rasam masala etc)

3. Asafoetida

4. Pickle

5. Ghee

6. Jaggery

7. Tamarind

8. Papad, Appalam

9. Rice & other food items (For the initial few days till u settle down)

10. Ready to eat packs

Utensils:

1. Pressure cooker

2. Spare gaskets & safety valves

3. Electric Rice cooker

4. Utensils

5. Mixer (Not a must)

6. Pan (For roasting chapatti)

7. Roller (For rolling chapatti)

8. Vegetable cutter (It makes the job easier but optional)

 

Toiletries & Medicines

1. First aid box

2. Prescribed Medicines

3. General Medicines

(Against Head ache, Stomach-ache, Cold, Cough, Fever etc)

4. Tooth paste

5. Tooth brush

6. Bathing soap

7. Washing soap

8. Hair oil/Gel

9. Comb

10. Shampoo

11. Lip guard

12. Cold cream

13. Scissor

14. Nail clipper

15. Shaving kit

16. Cotton

17. Dettol

18. Iodex

19. Zandu balm

20. Vicks & Inhaler

21. Band aids

 

 

Miscellaneous:

1. Pocket Size Dictionary (German To English & English To German)

2. Photos of deities

3. Needle & Sewing thread

4. Buttons & Hooks

5. Small Umbrella optional

6. Some Books for reading

7. Get a good haircut. Haircuts here cost around € 10 a pop

8. Take a crash course in driving(Indian driving licence is valid up to a period of six

months from the date of your arrival.

9. Get your medical exam done. Check your eyesight and visit your dentist.

10. Specks With Box - ( 1 Spare) if needed

11. Reading glass prescription if any

12. Brief Case

13. Hand Bag

14. Bed Sheet

15. Small Lock & Key

16. Shoulder College Bag (medium size)

 

Clothes & Accessories:

1. Jacket

2. Sweater

3. Thermals

4. Neck Shawl

5. Woollen Socks & Gloves

6. Formal & casual clothes/dresses

7. Shorts & Night wear

8. Inner wears

9. Bath Towel

10. Small Hand Towel

11. Hand Kerchiefs

12. Shoe Polish with Brush

13. Formal Suit with tie

14. Formal Shoe

15. Sports Shoe

16. Socks

17. Bathroom Slippers

18. Wrist Watch & Wallet

19. Belt

20. Travel waist pouch

21. National attire. There will be occasions where you might need to or might like to

wear traditional attire, so pack a set or two.

 

Electronics:

1. Laptop with complete accessories if any

2. Music player

3. Digital camera

4. Electrical converter (See image below)

5. Scientific Calculator

6. Mobile, Charger, Ear Phones

7. Software CDs

8. Entertainment CDs

9.  Electrical Converter, Electrical SocketHand Luggage.

 

How Many?

Passengers are now permitted to carry more than one item of hand luggage through security.

You will, however, need to check with your airline before arrival at the airport. Some airlines

will only allow you to carry one item of hand baggage, and the weight and size allowances

differ between airlines.

 

How Much?

Cabin baggage must be no bigger, including wheels, handles and any side pockets, than:

 56 centimetres tall (22 inches)

 45 centimetres wide (17.7 inches)

 25 centimetres deep (10 inches)

Check with your airline as some have further restrictions on the size of bags.

 

What's Allowed?

·         All items of luggage which do not fit in the permitted cabin baggage size must be checked in

to be placed in the aircraft hold.

·         Musical instruments which do not fit in the permitted cabin baggage size are allowed as a

second item of cabin baggage; they will need to be screened and passengers should check

with their airlines if special arrangements (e.g. purchasing an extra seat) for these large

instruments will be required.

·         Laptops will need to be removed from your bag at Airport and screened separately in the trays

Provided.

·         Pushchairs, walking aids and wheelchairs are permitted but will be screened.

 

Liquids

Some liquids (e.g. gels, lotions, pastes, liquid cosmetics, foams and other liquid-based items)

are now allowed through airport security check points. The following restrictions apply to the

quantity of liquids:

Liquids may only be carried in containers no greater than 100ml.

These containers must be brought to the airport contained in a single, transparent, re-sealable

plastic bag, which itself must not exceed 1 litre in capacity (approximately 20cm x 20cm).

The contents of the plastic bag must fit comfortably and the bag must be sealed.

Each passenger may carry only one such bag of liquids. The bag must be presented for

examination.

Liquids that cannot be placed inside the re-sealable bag must be packed into the hold luggage

and checked in. Liquids of any amount can still be carried in luggage checked into the aircraft

hold.Please note 'Liquids' include:

 

 All drinks, including water, soup, syrups

 Creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, lip gloss or lip balms, mascara etc.

 Sprays and pressurized containers including shaving foam and spray deodorants

 Pastes, including toothpastes

 Gels, including hair and shower gel

 Any other solutions and items of similar consistency

There are two exceptions to the above rules:

 Baby food needed during the flight;

 Medicines needed during the flight.

You should always check the exact hand luggage restrictions with your airline prior to

packing.

 

Checked-in baggage:

Following Articles not accepted in checked-in baggage:

 Cash, Securities

 Jewellery, precious metal, precious and semi-precious stones

 Computer, camera, Video camera, Cellular phone and any other electronic or technical

appliances and their accessories

 Official, Business or Private documents

 Travel or other identity documents

 Keys

 Liquid (except: acid battery of a wheel chair)

 Medicine

 Pieces of art and fine arts

 Perishable items

 

Prohibited Items

 Scissors

 Razor blades

 Knives with blades of any length

 Household cutlery

 Tools

 Knitting needles

 

 Toy or replica guns (metal or plastic)

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