Delhi residents may expect to start their shopping binge today as the India International Trade Fair returns to Pragati Maidan. The India Trade Promotion Organization will organise the fair, which is described as India's largest trade event and brings large, small, and medium-sized exhibitors under one roof (ITPO). The theme of this year's IITF is 'Vocal for Local, Local to Global', reflecting Prime Minister's Atmanirbhar Bharat goal. The expo will open on November 14 and run through November 27, with more than 2,000 exhibitors from around the nation participating.
What you need to know about the IITF 2022 is as follows:
Dates: The 41st iteration of IITF will start on November 14 at the revamped Pragati Maidan.
IITF 2022 Business Days: November 14 to November 18
General Days (for the general public): November 18 to November 27
Timings: The times for the trade fair are from 10:00 am to 7:30 pm. No new visitors will be allowed after 6:30 pm.
Partner State: This year's partner state is "Bihar", whereas Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand are the "Focus States" in the IITF 2022.
Weekends and gazetted holidays (on business days): Rs 500 (adult), Rs 200 (children)
Weekends and gazetted holidays (on general days): Rs 150 (adult), Rs 60 (children)
Weekdays (on business days): Rs 500 (adult), Rs 150 (children)
Weekdays (general days): Rs 150 (adult), Rs 40 (children)
Entry will be free for senior citizens and specially-abled people on all days.
IITF 2022 tickets are available on 67 selected metro stations and their domestic booking website indiatradefair.com. Visitors interested in attending the India International Trade Fair 2022 can book their tickets online as the process has already begun.
Nearest Metro Station- Supreme Court