Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to inaugurate the initial phase of the India International Convention and Expo Centre (IICC) in Dwarka, along with the extension of the Delhi Airport Metro Express line. The convention center, named YashoBhoomi, is part of this development.
Highlighting that it aligns with Prime Minister Modi’s vision of establishing top-notch infrastructure for hosting meetings, conferences, and exhibitions in India, officials emphasized that the commencement of operations at YashoBhoomi in Dwarka will significantly enhance these endeavors.
Spanning a vast project area of over 8.9 lakh square meters and boasting a total built-up area exceeding 1.8 lakh square meters, YashoBhoomi will rank among the world’s largest MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions) facilities.
YashoBhoomi has the capacity to accommodate up to 11,000 delegates.
The center is in close proximity to both the Delhi International Airport and the bustling business hub of Gurugram.
Here are some key facts about YashoBhoomi:
1.The convention center features 15 convention rooms, which include the main auditorium, the grand ballroom, and 13 meeting rooms.
2.The main auditorium has a seating capacity for 6,000 people, while the grand ballroom can accommodate an additional 2,500 guests. Additionally, there is an extended open area with seating for up to 500 people.
3.YashoBhoomi boasts one of the world’s largest exhibition halls, covering an area of more than 1.07 lakh square meters. It will be linked to the Delhi Airport Metro Express line following the inauguration of the new metro station at Dwarka Sector 25 on the same day.
4.The convention center has been constructed using materials and design elements inspired by Indian culture. This includes terrazzo floors featuring brass inlay, which represents rangoli patterns. There are also suspended sound-absorbent metal cylinders and illuminated patterned walls as part of the architectural aesthetics.