PM Narendra Modi to inaugurate ‘Yashobhoomi Centre' at Dwarka on September 17
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Industry Watch | September 15, 2023 | News
Narendra Modi Yashobhoomi Centre
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be will be inaugurating ‘Yashobhomi’ at Dwarka on September 17. With a total project area of over 8.9 lakh square metre and total built up area of more than 1.8 lakh square metre, YashoBhoomi will be among the world’s largest MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Exhibitions) facilities.
The Convention Center, built across more than 73 thousand square metres of area, comprises 15 convention rooms including the main auditorium, the Grand ballroom and 13 meeting rooms with a total capacity of holding 11,000 delegates. The Convention centre claims to have the largest LED media facade in the country.
The Main auditorium is the plenary hall for the Convention Center and is equipped with a seating capacity of around 6,000 guests. The auditorium has automated seating systems which allows the floor to be a flat floor or an auditorium style tiered seating for different seating configurations.
The Grand Ballroom, with a unique petal ceiling, can host around 2,500 guests. It also has an extended open area that can seat up to 500 people. The 13 meeting rooms that are spread across eight floors are envisaged to hold a variety of meetings of different scales.
YashoBhoomi also claims to offer one of the largest Exhibition halls in the world. These Exhibition halls, built across over 1.07 lakh square metres, will be utilised for hosting exhibitions, trade fairs, and business events, are connected to a grand foyer space which is uniquely designed with copper ceiling which filters light in the space through the various skylights. Foyer will house various support areas such as Media rooms, VVIP lounges, Cloak facilities, visitor information centre, ticketing among others.
The Convention Center, comprises 15 convention rooms including the main auditorium, the Grand ballroom & 13 meeting rooms with a total capacity of holding 11,000 delegates.