Trade Fair 2020
The 38th Indian International Trade Fair 2018 (IITF) is going to be inaugurated from Wednesday 14 November at Pragati Maidan in the capital.Trade fair ticket place 120 for Adult and 60 for child is This time the theme of Trade Fair is “Rural Industry in India”. Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, C.R. Chaudhary will inaugurate the fair in Hall Swan Theater near Hall No. 7. Minister of State for Culture, Mahesh Sharma will also be present on this occasion.
The trade fair is being organized in only 20 percent of the total area of Pragati Maidan. Pragati Maidan is being developed as a world-class exhibition and conference center. Construction is going on for this, which is why the fair size has been kept quite small this time. Like every year, the first four days of the fair will be for business visitors only from November 14 to 17.
In the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi’s emphasis is on rural and small scale industries. Organizing the fair will be limited to Pragati Maidan’s number seven, eight, nine, ten, 11, 12 and 12-A.
This time the size of the fair will be small
Trade fair organizer of India Trade Promotion Organization (ITPO) Sanjay Vashishta said that due to the construction work this fair will be quite small this time. Main theme exhibition hall has been set in number seven. The mandap has been installed under the aegis of the Ministry of Rural Development. There will also be performances in Make in India, Digital India, Skilled India, Clean India and Start-up India. Government organizations, entrepreneurs of the States will also participate in the fair according to the available space.
Jharkhand Focus State
In the Trade Fair 2018, Jharkhand has been made the Focus State. Focus is given to Afghanistan as part of the country and the country of Nepal. Apart from this, participants in China, Hong Kong, Iran, Myanmar, Netherlands, South Africa, South Korea, Thailand, Turkey, Tunisia, Vietnam and United Arab Emirates enterprises.
Visitors’ entry will also remain limited
The audience’s admission in the fair will also be at the limited level this time. Gate number one (Bhairon Marg), gate number eight (Mathura road), gate number ten (Pragti Maidan Metro Station) will be in the fair area. The first four days will be for traders, entrepreneurs only. In these four days the entry ticket will be Rs 500 and the ticket for the full four day will be Rs 1800 per person. After this, for the general public on November 18-27, on Saturday, Sunday, Rs 120 per adult in public holiday and the child’s ticket will be 60 rupees. The tickets will be between 60 and 40 rupees, respectively, on weekdays. Tickets for admission to the fair will be available on selected 66 metro stations except Pragati Maidan Metro Station. Trade fair tickets will not be sold at the entrance gate of Pragati Maidan Metro Station, Pragati Maidan. The fair will be open from 9.30 am to 7.30 pm daily.
Parking of vehicles here
Vehicle parking facility will be on the Bhairon road in front of the gate number one. The parking must be paid. Gate number one shuttle service will be available from the parking lot to the venue. Pure water drinking water has been provided at different rates at a nominal rate.
Minority Ministry to set up Hunar Haat
On the fair, ‘Hunar Haat’ will be organized by Minority Affairs Ministry, which will run till November 27. Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi will formally inaugurate Hunar Haat on November 15. Under the mission of providing market to the artisans and craftsmen by Minority Affairs Ministry, it is being implemented in the international trade fair in the chain of Hunar Haat, organized in different parts of the country. Naqvi said on Tuesday that the skilled workers and artisans being employed in the country by their ministry are being proved as ‘Empowerment-Employment Exchange’. In the last one year, Hunar Haat has managed to provide employment opportunities to more than one lakh 50 thousand artisans, artisans, artisans and those associated with them. Their goal is to provide employment opportunities to about 5 lakh people through Hunar Haat by 2019.
Artisans, artisans and artisans from across the country will take part
Many artisans, craftsmen, artisans from across the country, including a large number of women artisans in Hunar Haat, are participating in trade fair. Handicrafts and handloom products will be available for sale in this Hoor Haat from the corner of the country. Among them are akhark, garden print, bondage, barmer akhar and aisle, bidriver, cane and bamboo, carpet, chanderi, chania brasserie, embroidery, copper vine products, copper utensils, ceramic utensils, dry flower, gottapatti, handloom and home furnishing. And so on. Apart from this, jute craft, lacquer stones, lacquer, linen products, metalware, moldwork, mulberry silk, pithani silk, floriculture, Punjabi jugati, zari bag etc. will also be available. For the first time, the product of Chhattisgarh, Namda and Chinnon Silk of Jammu and Kashmir will also be available.
The legacy inherited on marginalization
Naqvi said that the legacy of marginalization on marginalization has got tremendous encouragement from the employment programs of the Modi government’s Hunar Haat. From the Hunar Haat, which is being organized at major places across the country, where skilled craftsmen and artisans have been provided national-international markets, they have also provided employment opportunities in large numbers. He said that at the same place, the display and sale of indigenous handmade indigenous goods of artisans and artisans from all over the country,