36th International Trade Fair, Here are all the main attractions
Cash crisis in the country has dampened the zeal of business visitors at 36th International Trade Fair, but from today it is thrown open to the general public and organizers are now expecting more footfall. Trade fair is the annual extravaganza and so far footfall has been low due to the demonetization, which was announced by the Modi government on November 8th.
Notably, the bigger exhibitors are accepting plastic money, whereas many others have paytm. But demonetization has severely hit the small sellers. The organizers are not only encouraging cashless transactions, but have also arranged ATM facility inside.
In fact, to encourage more visitors, ITPO has also reduced the entry fee. Entry fee has been reduced to 100 from 120 on weekends and from Rs. 60 to 50 on other days.
According to reports, there have been multiple reports that 36th international trade fair is getting lukewarm response due to cash crisis in the country.
Well, there is so much that you can explore in trade fair. Every state has its own theme . Kerala will let you know the importance of education, whereas in Maharashtra one can explore the enriched culture of the state. From Meghalaya bhavan, you can take away beautiful showpieces to decorate your home.
Apart from it, technofest is also going on in hall no 12A. As CSIR is celebrating its platinum jubilee this year, so to celebrate it, technofest has been organized.
The trade will remain open for general public from 14th November to 27th November. Trade fair tickets are easily available at Metro stations. The nearest metro station is Pragati Maidan.
So do not miss the chance. This weekend visit trade fair with friends and family.