Didac India 2018

4 - 6 October 2018

Didac India 2018 will be the 10th edition of India's unique educational exhibition.


10am - 6pm


Pragati Maidan
Mathura Road, Railway Colony
New Delhi
110002 View Map


US$550 per sq mtr

Didac India 2018 will be the 10th edition of India's unique educational exhibition.



Didac India is the country’s only event for educational supplies, training, technology and didactic material where education and training professionals from all parts of the globe can see, evaluate and purchase a comprehensive range of educational and training products and services.


The exhibition serves as a comprehensive platform to meet executives and decision-makers from educational and training institutes globally and assist in implementing concepts and enhancing their educational standards and practices.

This year, Didac India will take place in its capital city, New Delhi.



4 -6 October 2018, New Delhi

Why exhibit at Didac India?

  • It is the only educational exhibition in the Indian subcontinent.
  • India is the fourth largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity.
  • India has 1.5 million schools and 33k higher education institutes, making it the world’s largest market for education and training resources.
  • It is the largest home for consumers of education services in the world.


Stand package

The cost of exhibiting at the show is $550 USD per sqm and includes:

  • Space, panel walls and carpet
  • 1 table & 2 chairs
  • 1 power socket (13 amps)
  • Lighting (3 spotlights)
  • Security, cleaning & 1 wastepaper bin
  • Fascia with company logo & British flag
  • Show guide
  • UK brochure
  • 15 - 20 min workshop
  • 5% discount to past exhibitors


How to apply:

To take part in Didac India, please complete the booking form below. For more information, email  Lois.

For further information on the show please visit the Didac India website


Grants for this event

Unfortunately, there are no more grants left for this event. 


GESS Indonesia takes place the week before Didac India, why not take part as well?