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The ‘YashoBhoomi’ convention center covers an extensive area of 73,000 square meters, featuring 15 convention rooms, a grand ballroom, and 13 meeting rooms, offering the capacity to host up to 11,000 delegates.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is anticipated to inaugurate the initial phase of the India International Convention Centre (IICC), named ‘YashoBhoomi’ in Dwarka, coinciding with his birthday this Sunday. Additionally, he is expected to inaugurate the extension of the Delhi Airport Metro Express line, stretching from Dwarka Sector 21 to a newly constructed metro station at Dwarka Sector 25.

Detailed information about the YashoBhoomi convention center includes:

  1. The ‘YashoBhoomi’ center, constructed across an expansive area of over 73,000 square meters, at an estimated cost of ₹4,400 crore, encompasses 15 convention rooms, inclusive of the main auditorium. Additionally, it comprises a grand ballroom and 13 meeting rooms, collectively designed to accommodate 11,000 delegates.
  2. The venue stands out with the nation’s most extensive LED media facade. Featuring a spacious ballroom capable of hosting approximately 2,500 guests, it provides a grand setting for various events. The venue is also equipped with cutting-edge security measures to ensure the safety of all participants.
  3. Furthermore, the convention center boasts an expansive 1,07,000 square meters of exhibition area, positioning itself as the world’s largest facility catering to Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions (MICE).
  4. The plenary hall within the convention center is outfitted with a seating capacity for approximately 6,000 guests.
  5. The facility will be seamlessly connected to the Delhi Airport Metro Express line upon the inauguration of the new metro station, ‘YashoBhoomi Dwarka Sector 25’.

Regarding the ‘YashoBhoomi Dwarka Sector-25’ metro station:

The station is set to commence operations from 3 pm onwards on the same day as its inauguration. The newly established metro station will feature three subways: one, spanning a length of 735 meters, facilitating the connection of the station with the exhibition halls, convention center, and central arena. The second subway will establish links to the entry and exit points across the Dwarka expressway, while the third subway will connect the metro station to the future exhibition hall foyer at YashoBhoomi, as stated in the announcement.

The entire journey from New Delhi station to ‘YashoBhoomi Dwarka Sector 25’ is estimated to take around 21 minutes.

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