The all india industrial exbition, which has its origins in 1938 as “Numaish-e-Mulki”, is an annual event eagerly awaited by traders from all over india and residents of telangana. The 46-day event, also called ‘The Numaish’ is held every year from 1st January to 15th February, at the sprawling Exhibition Grounds. Spread over 23 acres, the Exhibition can accommodate more then 2200 stalls. One can reach the Exhibition Grounds by foot from the nearby Hyderabad Railway Station. Being centrally located the Exhibition is accessible from all corners of the twin cities by road. It is surrounded by economy hotels, Banks, GPO and other amenities.
Resources & Facilities
Keeping the growing concern for security in view, the Exhibition Society has organized 110 specialized security personnel along with metal frame detectors, hand held detectors for the Exhibition Society
- Separate parking facilities for the two and four wheelers.
- Enjoyable Cultural and Entertainment Programs.
- Drinking Water and Toilet Facilities.
- Several safety measures were taken to handle unforeseen hazards.
- A sharp Security System keeps an eye over the entire exhibition grounds.
- Enquiry counters and Internal Radio updates on AIIE
- Infrastructure, employment & service capabilities have been created:
- Constructed area of over 5,00,000 sq. ft. by way of buildings, laboratories, etc.
- Nearly 1,00,000 sq. ft. of shed space in the open areas of the Exhibition Grounds.
- Permanent Employment for nearly 1,200 staff in the institutions sponsored & managed by Exhibition Society & OGA.
- Education & Training for nearly 30,000 students every year.
- Over 5,000 temporary workers during the Exhibition period – generating enough income to last for 5-6 months.
– He was founder member of Osmania Graduates Association and Honorary Secretary of the first Exhibition Committee. He is remembered as the driving force that propelled the Exhibition Society over three decades from a fledgling organization to a mature social service institution. His personality and leadership style motivated many senior officers in government and industry to rally around him and work with him. The unstinted efforts of this team enabled the Exhibition Society to become an organization that provided encouragement to small industries, vocational training for women and establishing institutions for graduate and post-graduate education. Sri. Shankerji retired as Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Public Services Commission, Government of Andhra Pradesh, the apex body for recruitment and training of officers of the Government.