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India Trade Promotion Organisation (ITPO) is the apex agency of the Government of India for promoting trade and commerce of the country. It is the country's largest, pro-active institution having a mission of taking Indian trade to the pinnacle of success. Representing the trade and commerce for a long time now, ITPO has become a flagship for the blooming Indian Industry. It is this perseverance of mission of ITPO that finds expression in the successful organisation of trade exhibitions in India and abroad.

India International Trade Fair (IITF) is the biggest platform available for the manufacturers, traders, exporters and importers to catalyse their growth and invade new avenues. This annual event is held in India's largest and only World class exhibition complex, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. This year also, the even more enthusiastic ITPO proudly announces its annual mega-event, the India International Trade Fair 2004. 24th in the series, IITF 2004 will be held at its usual premier venue Pragati Maidan in New Delhi from November 14 - 27, 2004. This year, the fair has exclusively been dedicated to the two most important sectors of Indian economy i.e. AGRICULTURE and INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY.

Agriculture, the most important sector of the Indian industry, is almost indispensable for the sustenance and growth of our economy. More than half of the Indian population is associated with this sector for its livelihood. That is the reason why agriculture is referred to as the backbone of Indian economy. By and large, India is still dependent on traditional methods of irrigation. This leaves a vast scope of development and advancement in the agriculture sector.
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On the other hand, IT is emerging as a boon for the Indian economy. The pace with which this industry has established itself in India is exemplary of the fact that India has the optimum appetite and attitude for this industry. In recent times, software development and IT enabled services have emerged as niche opportunities for India in the global context. The domestic intake as well as export for IT related products and services is encountering a manifold increase every year. India being the largest telecom market in the world is sure to become the apple of the eyes of IT enabled nations worldwide.

IITF 2004, the 24th mega fair for the promotion of Indian trade, has recognized the untapped potential of these sectors and has made them the highlighting features of this fair. There would be an evermore stress on the development and facilitation of these sectors. This thematic approach of the fair is an ovation to the two pillars of Indian industry - Agriculture and IT.

IITF, on previous occassions, recieved tremendous response. It attracted more than 7,500 Indian & 248 companies from 28 countries. The fair also witnessed a turnout of 2,40,000 business visitors, including 77 trade delegations from 33 countries. There was a total of 3 million general visitors in this 14-day event. ITPO expects an ever larger response this year and has taken exhaustive measures for a successful and profitable event.

Entry Fee
Business Visitors Ticket Fee
Entry Ticket for the Business Visitors Rs. 300/-
Seasonal Ticket Rs. 1500/-
General Visitors Ticket Fee
Adults Children
Week Days Rs. 25/- Rs. 15/
Saturday,Sunday & Holidays Rs. 40/- Rs. 20/-
Entry Ticket fee sold through Agencies & Parking Areas outside Pragati Maidan Ticket Fee
Adults Children
Week Days Rs. 20/- Rs. 10/-
Saturday,Sunday & Holidays Rs. 35/- Rs. 15/-
Exhibitor Catalog, Magazine & Guide Map price list Price
Fair Catalog(English) Rs. 100/-
Fair Catalog(Hindi) Rs. 100/-
Guide Map Rs.5/-
Udyog Vyapar Patrika Rs. 5/-

Announcement Ticket Rs.20/-

  • 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) accompained by teachers along with a authorization letter from the head of the institution only during general visiting hours on the weekdays.

  • General Public can purchase tickets from various outlets of Mother Dairy, Safal Booths, DTC Pass Sections, selected branches of State Bank, Central Bank & Canara Bank at a discounted price (Tickets will be made available at Rs. 5/- cheaper than at counters of Pragati Maidan)

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

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