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IITF 2008

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India International Trade Fair
14th Nov - 27th Nov 2008, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi (India)

The 28th India International Trade Fair ( IITF) the premier event of India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO), the nodal trade promotion agency of the Government of India will be organized at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi during November 14- 27' 2008 Having evolved into arguably the largest show of its kind in Asia, the sheer magnitude of IITF in leveraging India's intra country and global trade exchange cannot be overemphasized. It serves to showcase India's industrial progress and project the country as a worthy global trade destination and a high potential market of one billion plus consumers.

IITF highlights India over a broad sectoral canvas eminently focusing on technological advancements of the various States / Union Territories, State Pavilions offer a dynamic window to reach out to large Indian & International populace- with the spectrum of high-tech services at one end and traditional wares on the other adding to a befitting display of India's versatility covering a broad industrial canvas.

The fair display amazing strides of achievements in different halls in the form of Special displays of Techmart, Buildtech, SARAS, Good living etc, to comprising a wide range of products and services, engineering, automobiles, electronics, chemicals, drugs and pharmaceutical, jute, rubber, handicrafts, jewelry, consumer goods and other sectors.

In short, IITF is a global platform where businessmen, technocrats, entrepreneurs and service providers converge

 

India International Trade Fair, New Delhi

Theme

 
India is an emerging super power, and has made its presence felt on the global framework. The India International Trade Fair, a mega event organized each year, connects the vast Indian and the International market. Already in its 28th year, the Fair attracts many buyers and sellers from world over, and grabs the attention of the media worldwide. This year, the fair focusses its attention on the two burning topics, viz. Infrastructural Development in India and Women Empowerment.
 
1. Infrastructure
2. Women empowerment
 

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Fair Insight

Entry Fee :
Business Visitors : Rs. 300/- per day

Seasonal Ticket :  Rs. 1500/-

General Public :
Week days - Adult - Rs. 25/- (at Pragati Maidan) Rs. 20/- (Other Outlets)
Week days - Child - Rs. 15/- (at Pragati Maidan) Rs. 10/- (Other Outlets)

Sat/Sun - Adult - Rs. 55/- (at Pragati Maidan) Rs. 50/- (Other Outlets)
Sat/Sun - Child - Rs. 25/- (at Pragati Maidan) Rs. 20/- (Other Outlets)

TICKETS COUNTERS

  • Tickets at Discounted Rates - Available at Mother Dairy, Safal Outlets, Designated branches of Central Bank of India, Canara Bank, Allahabad Bank, J & K Bank Ltd., Federal Bank Ltd., Select Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd. outlets, Metro Stations (Kashmere Gate, Rohini, Shahdara, Delhi University), All DTC bus depots including Noida, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon & Faridabad.

     
  • Tickets at Discounted Rates will also be made available at all the Metro
    Stations

     
  • Free Entry for Senior Citizens only during public hours on week days.

     
  • Free Entry for Physically Challenged Persons during public hours on week days.

     
  • Free Entry for school children (under 12 years) accompanied by teachers along with a authorization letter from the head of the institution only during general visiting hours on the weekdays.

     
  • No free entry allowed on Saturdays, Sundays & Holidays to all the above three categories.
     

 

 


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