Prime Minister dedicates ‘Yashobhoomi’ to the nation
September 21, 2023
Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicates Phase I of the India International Convention and Expo Centre ‘Yashobhoomi’ to the nation. The center is located at Dwarka, New Delhi, and boasts multiple exhibition halls, a magnificent Convention Centre, and numerous other facilities.
The Prime Minister briefly walked through the exhibition focused on ‘Guru Shishya Parampara and New Technology’. He paid a visit to witness the 3D model of Yashobhoomi. He also inaugurated the Delhi Airport Metro Express line extension to a new metro station ‘Yashobhoomi Dwarka Sector 25’.
The Prime Minister introduced the "PM Vishwakarma Scheme" for traditional artists and crafters. The PM Vishwakarma logo, tagline, and portal were also unveiled. A tool kit e-booklet, a film, and a stamp sheet were also made available. 18 recipients received Vishwakarma Certificates from the Prime Minister as well.
A spectacular Convention Centre, numerous Exhibition halls, and other amenities can be found at "Yashobhoomi." The Main Auditorium, the Grand Ballroom, and 13 meeting rooms are among the 15 convention rooms that make up the more than 73,000 square meter Convention Centre, which can accommodate 11,000 attendees in all. The largest LED media facade in the nation may be found at the Convention Centre.
There are around 6,000 seats available in the plenary hall at the convention center. The auditorium includes one of the most cutting-edge automatic seating systems, allowing the floor to be either flat or tiered in the style of an auditorium for various seating arrangements. The auditorium's oak floors and acoustic wall panels will guarantee that attendees have a top-notch experience.
The Grand Ballroom can accommodate about 2,500 people and features a distinctive petal ceiling. Additionally, it includes a large open space with 500 seats. The 13 meeting rooms, which are dispersed across eight floors, are designed to accommodate various meetings of various sizes.
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