He said the fair will see buyer-seller meet, technology demonstration, marketing avenue for women entrepreneurs, sectoral seminars and business networking, among others.
While MSME products will be displayed in 280 stalls, technology demonstration at 32 stalls will provide exposure to the young entrepreneurs, he said.
There will also be 28 stalls for government departments and their support organisations.
The fair will also serve as a platform for entrepreneurs from traditionally non-industrial districts, to showcase their ventures, Mishra said.
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