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Evolution of Tourism Policy in India: An overview

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Tourism is a maximum acceptable human pastime that is able to converting the socio-cultural, financial and environmental face of the World. Tourism is one in all the most important and quickest developing industries with inside the world; it has the capacity to persuade the residing sample of communities. It is one of the maximum critical channels of cultural trade which breaks down the obstacles among humans of various elements of the world. It is the gathering of activities, offerings and industries that supply a tour enjoy such as transportation, accommodation, consuming and drinking, institutions of retail shops, entertainment, commercial enterprise and different hospitality offerings supplied for people or businesses traveling far from home. India is a various Country, with over1.3billion humans following diverse culture, tradition, languages, festivals, faith etc. Equally various are the class of tourism pastime that India gives to her humans in addition to the humans throughout the world. Such range owe in large part to the geographic, climatic and conventional multiplicity visible in India's twenty-9 states and 7 union territories. In India tourism zone changed into taken into consideration as an critical zone handiest after the Independence and authorities has brought diverse schemes and plans for its improvement.The coverage intervention in tourism improvement is pretty apparent.

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Page 1: National Tourism Policy 1982

NATIONAL TOURISM POLICY 1982

Page 2: National Tourism Policy 1982

INTRODUCTION

• Tourism has emerged as the largest global industry of the 20th century.

• At first, the policy was presented to both the houses of parliament on November 3, 1982.

• The intention was to give a new sense of purpose and direction to tourism development and promotion and to add new ethos and values to tourism.

Page 3: National Tourism Policy 1982

• The massive growth of tourism sector would lead to larger foreign exchange earnings and create conditions for more Foreign Direct Investment.

• India has immense possibilities of growth in the tourism sector

Page 4: National Tourism Policy 1982

Dimensions of Tourism

• The better and faster means of communication have resulted in a massive movement of people through out the world, drawing them closer through experiencing and appreciating one another's culture and life style.

• In 1981, 290 million travelers spent US $106 billion i.e. 84800 crore Rs.

• 5 million travel daily by train in India

Page 5: National Tourism Policy 1982

• Tourism becomes a unifying force nationally and internally fostering better understanding through travel

• Tourism helps to preserve, retain and enrich our world-view and life-style, our cultural expressions and heritage in all its manifestation.

• The prosperity that tourism bring should give strength rather than damage to our cultural and social values and depletion of our natural resources.

Page 6: National Tourism Policy 1982

• Tourism brings socio-economic benefit to the community and the state in terms of employment opportunities, income generation, revenue generation for the state , foreign exchange and in general it causes human habitant improvement.

• Tourism gives a direction and opportunity to the youth of the country with collaboration of national and international tourists.

• Tourism offers youth, activities of nation building character like sports , adventure etc

Page 7: National Tourism Policy 1982

VARIOUS DIMENTIONS OF TOURISM IN INDIA

1. DOMESTIC TOURISM2. INTERNATIONAL TOURISM 3. CULTURAL TOURISM

Page 8: National Tourism Policy 1982

DOMESTIC TOURISM

• It is travelling within their country• It has acquired an enormous size as the

volume of passengers increased travelling by railway and road.

• The policy accepts that the facilities provided to the pilgrims are not sufficient.

• The policy recommends to improve and expand facilities

Page 9: National Tourism Policy 1982

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

• Policy realizes the importance of earning foreign exchange and goodwill.

• High priority was given in development• increasing attention will be given to regional

tourism i.e. promotion of tourism among south Asian countries including Afghanistan, Maldives and Iran

Page 10: National Tourism Policy 1982

CULTURAL TOURISM

• Various surveys confirmed that the biggest element in Indian tourism is historical and archaeological monuments

• Though the State Department of Archeology is the responsible person for the upkeep and maintenance, policy proposed to provide adequate tourist facilities to the state government

Page 11: National Tourism Policy 1982

TOURISM-A COMMON ENDEAVOUR

• Policy says it should be a common endeavor of all the agencies concerned with the development of tourism at central and state levels, of public and private sector undertakings, of airlines, railways and communications systems, municipal and local bodies, and educational and cultural organizations.

• An integrated development makes and economic growth in the country

Page 12: National Tourism Policy 1982

PLAN FOR ACTION• The preference should be given for

investments, schemes, economic returns , generating social benefits.

• Emphasis should be on developing backward areas having ancient monuments, places of natural beauty festivals, arts and crafts, etc

• Develop youth hostels for the national and international movements of youths in India

Page 13: National Tourism Policy 1982

• Thus they are exposed to new ideas and views• The needs of middle and backward sections

should be considered by providing Dharmasalas, inns etc

• Special attention should be paid to developing social tourism to benefit weaker sections of society

Page 14: National Tourism Policy 1982

MARKETING STRATEGY

• Policy suggests the need to develop tourist traffic from neighbouring countries

• The need to explore new markets• Look forward to West Asia and North Africa

countries• Develop infrastructure at Buddhist centers

with a view in attracting Buddhist travelers from far east

Page 15: National Tourism Policy 1982

NEW ETHOS AND VALUE

• Our tourism should be able to project our culture

• International tourists should create a better understanding of our land, people and culture.

• The cultural, social and economic benefits aim at new ethos and values in tourism

Page 16: National Tourism Policy 1982

• “Fifty Years of Indian Tourism” By Percy.K. Singh

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National Tourism Policy [UPSC Notes]

A complete national tourism policy would be unveiled in India within the next two months, according to Union Minister G Kishan Reddy. Information indicates that the government has discussed this with all key stakeholders, including the state governments, financial institutions, and travel agencies. 

Based on various developments that had occurred since the last policy was created in 2002, the Ministry of Tourism prepared a draft of the National Tourism Policy, taking into account important recommendations from NITI Aayog , the Sectoral Group of Secretaries, international best practices from organizations like the UNWTO, and policies and strategies developed by other nations. So the debate surrounding this policy is important from the UPSC exam perspective.

Draft National Tourism Policy

The National Tourism Policy 2022 is part of the vision of New India on a high trajectory of growth and prosperity. The new Policy is a holistic framework for sustainable and responsible growth of the tourism sector in the country. 

  • The policy’s objectives include increasing the framework conditions for the country’s tourist industry’s growth, assisting the travel and tourism sector, and promoting related businesses.

National Tourism Policy Objectives

The Policy’s primary strategic goals are:

  • To make India a year-round travel destination and to increase visitors, spending, and time spent there in order to boost the contribution of tourism to the Indian economy.
  • To create jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities in the tourism sector and ensure the supply of a skilled labour pool.
  • To make the tourist industry more competitive and draw in private sector investment.
  • To preserve and enhance the nation’s natural and cultural resources.
  • To ensure the nation’s tourist industry develops in a sustainable, ethical, and inclusive manner.

National Tourism Policy Guiding Principles

In this section, we talk about the guiding principles behind the draft policy for tourism.

  • The policy aims to promote sustainable tourism by minimizing the negative impact of tourism on social, environmental and economic aspects and maximizing the positive impact.
  • The policy further advocates responsible tourism to bring all stakeholders together to take responsibility for achieving sustainable tourism, and to create better places for people to live in and for people to visit. 
  • In order to ensure inclusive growth, creating opportunities for marginalized sections of society including people living in remote areas will be a priority. 
  • Green tourism catalyzes action for the promotion of sustainable tourism, which takes full account of current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry, the environment and host communities. 
  • The Policy aims to use technology for several initiatives under the policy and aims to help the tourism industry make the most of the opportunities presented by the digital economy.
  • The Policy follows a ‘whole of government’ approach to address the major and multifaceted challenges faced by the tourism industry and to develop the tourism sector in the country.  
  • The Policy is guided by the principle that growth in the tourism sector has to be led by the Private Sector and the public sector has to play an enabling and facilitating role. 
  • It aims to grant ‘Infrastructure Status’ to Tourism and Hospitality projects.
  • It also aims at supporting tourism-related MSMEs in digitisation, formalisation of MSMEs, adopting sustainable practices, etc.
  • Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat will be a central idea under the Policy to enhance interaction and promote mutual understanding between people of different States/UTs to promote a sustained and structured cultural connection in tourism and related areas of culture, traditions & music, cuisine, sports and sharing of best practices, etc.
  • Know more about Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat in the linked article.
  • The Policy aims at enhancing the tourist experience throughout his/her journey from arrival to return and it will be a key element of planning for tourism development under the Policy.

Significance of Tourism:

  • Tourism has emerged as a key driver of economic growth across the world. 
  • It is one of the economic sectors with the strongest growth, it has a big influence on commerce, employment, investment, building infrastructure, and social inclusion.
  • Tourism is a labour-intensive sector and has a significant multiplier effect on employment in related sectors. 
  • Tourism is important in social inclusion since it employs more women and youth than most the other sectors. 
  • Tourism can generate resources for the conservation of cultural and natural heritage and has huge potential to make a positive contribution to sustainable development goals .

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NATIONAL TOURISM POLICY 1982

Page 2: National Tourism Policy 1982

INTRODUCTION

• Tourism has emerged as the largest global industry of the 20th century.

• At first, the policy was presented to both the houses of parliament on November 3, 1982.

• The intention was to give a new sense of purpose and direction to tourism development and promotion and to add new ethos and values to tourism.

Page 3: National Tourism Policy 1982

• The massive growth of tourism sector would lead to larger foreign exchange earnings and create conditions for more Foreign Direct Investment.

• India has immense possibilities of growth in the tourism sector

Page 4: National Tourism Policy 1982

Dimensions of Tourism

• The better and faster means of communication have resulted in a massive movement of people through out the world, drawing them closer through experiencing and appreciating one another's culture and life style.

• In 1981, 290 million travelers spent US $106 billion i.e. 84800 crore Rs.

• 5 million travel daily by train in India

Page 5: National Tourism Policy 1982

• Tourism becomes a unifying force nationally and internally fostering better understanding through travel

• Tourism helps to preserve, retain and enrich our world-view and life-style, our cultural expressions and heritage in all its manifestation.

• The prosperity that tourism bring should give strength rather than damage to our cultural and social values and depletion of our natural resources.

Page 6: National Tourism Policy 1982

• Tourism brings socio-economic benefit to the community and the state in terms of employment opportunities, income generation, revenue generation for the state , foreign exchange and in general it causes human habitant improvement.

• Tourism gives a direction and opportunity to the youth of the country with collaboration of national and international tourists.

• Tourism offers youth, activities of nation building character like sports , adventure etc

Page 7: National Tourism Policy 1982

VARIOUS DIMENTIONS OF TOURISM IN INDIA

1. DOMESTIC TOURISM2. INTERNATIONAL TOURISM 3. CULTURAL TOURISM

Page 8: National Tourism Policy 1982

DOMESTIC TOURISM

• It is travelling within their country• It has acquired an enormous size as the

volume of passengers increased travelling by railway and road.

• The policy accepts that the facilities provided to the pilgrims are not sufficient.

• The policy recommends to improve and expand facilities

Page 9: National Tourism Policy 1982

INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

• Policy realizes the importance of earning foreign exchange and goodwill.

• High priority was given in development• increasing attention will be given to regional

tourism i.e. promotion of tourism among south Asian countries including Afghanistan, Maldives and Iran

Page 10: National Tourism Policy 1982

CULTURAL TOURISM

• Various surveys confirmed that the biggest element in Indian tourism is historical and archaeological monuments

• Though the State Department of Archeology is the responsible person for the upkeep and maintenance, policy proposed to provide adequate tourist facilities to the state government

Page 11: National Tourism Policy 1982

TOURISM-A COMMON ENDEAVOUR

• Policy says it should be a common endeavor of all the agencies concerned with the development of tourism at central and state levels, of public and private sector undertakings, of airlines, railways and communications systems, municipal and local bodies, and educational and cultural organizations.

• An integrated development makes and economic growth in the country

Page 12: National Tourism Policy 1982

PLAN FOR ACTION• The preference should be given for

investments, schemes, economic returns , generating social benefits.

• Emphasis should be on developing backward areas having ancient monuments, places of natural beauty festivals, arts and crafts, etc

• Develop youth hostels for the national and international movements of youths in India

Page 13: National Tourism Policy 1982

• Thus they are exposed to new ideas and views• The needs of middle and backward sections

should be considered by providing Dharmasalas, inns etc

• Special attention should be paid to developing social tourism to benefit weaker sections of society

Page 14: National Tourism Policy 1982

MARKETING STRATEGY

• Policy suggests the need to develop tourist traffic from neighbouring countries

• The need to explore new markets• Look forward to West Asia and North Africa

countries• Develop infrastructure at Buddhist centers

with a view in attracting Buddhist travelers from far east

Page 15: National Tourism Policy 1982

NEW ETHOS AND VALUE

• Our tourism should be able to project our culture

• International tourists should create a better understanding of our land, people and culture.

• The cultural, social and economic benefits aim at new ethos and values in tourism

Page 16: National Tourism Policy 1982

• “Fifty Years of Indian Tourism” By Percy.K. Singh

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Page 1: National Tourism Policy 1982

NATIONAL TOURISM POLICY 1982

Page 2: National Tourism Policy 1982

INTRODUCTION

• Tourism has emerged as the largest global industry of the 20th century.

• At first, the policy was presented to both the houses of parliament on November 3, 1982.

• The intention was to give a new sense of purpose and direction to tourism development and promotion and to add new ethos and values to tourism.

Page 3: National Tourism Policy 1982

• The massive growth of tourism sector would lead to larger foreign exchange earnings and create conditions for more Foreign Direct Investment.

• India has immense possibilities of growth in the tourism sector

Page 4: National Tourism Policy 1982

Dimensions of Tourism

• The better and faster means of communication have resulted in a massive movement of people through out the world, drawing them closer through experiencing and appreciating one another's culture and life style.

• In 1981, 290 million travelers spent US $106 billion i.e. 84800 crore Rs.

• 5 million travel daily by train in India

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• Tourism becomes a unifying force nationally and internally fostering better understanding through travel

• Tourism helps to preserve, retain and enrich our world-view and life-style, our cultural expressions and heritage in all its manifestation.

• The prosperity that tourism bring should give strength rather than damage to our cultural and social values and depletion of our natural resources.

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• Tourism brings socio-economic benefit to the community and the state in terms of employment opportunities, income generation, revenue generation for the state , foreign exchange and in general it causes human habitant improvement.

• Tourism gives a direction and opportunity to the youth of the country with collaboration of national and international tourists.

• Tourism offers youth, activities of nation building character like sports , adventure etc

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VARIOUS DIMENTIONS OF TOURISM IN INDIA

1. DOMESTIC TOURISM2. INTERNATIONAL TOURISM 3. CULTURAL TOURISM

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DOMESTIC TOURISM

• It is travelling within their country• It has acquired an enormous size as the

volume of passengers increased travelling by railway and road.

• The policy accepts that the facilities provided to the pilgrims are not sufficient.

• The policy recommends to improve and expand facilities

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INTERNATIONAL TOURISM

• Policy realizes the importance of earning foreign exchange and goodwill.

• High priority was given in development• increasing attention will be given to regional

tourism i.e. promotion of tourism among south Asian countries including Afghanistan, Maldives and Iran

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CULTURAL TOURISM

• Various surveys confirmed that the biggest element in Indian tourism is historical and archaeological monuments

• Though the State Department of Archeology is the responsible person for the upkeep and maintenance, policy proposed to provide adequate tourist facilities to the state government

Page 11: National Tourism Policy 1982

TOURISM-A COMMON ENDEAVOUR

• Policy says it should be a common endeavor of all the agencies concerned with the development of tourism at central and state levels, of public and private sector undertakings, of airlines, railways and communications systems, municipal and local bodies, and educational and cultural organizations.

• An integrated development makes and economic growth in the country

Page 12: National Tourism Policy 1982

PLAN FOR ACTION• The preference should be given for

investments, schemes, economic returns , generating social benefits.

• Emphasis should be on developing backward areas having ancient monuments, places of natural beauty festivals, arts and crafts, etc

• Develop youth hostels for the national and international movements of youths in India

Page 13: National Tourism Policy 1982

• Thus they are exposed to new ideas and views• The needs of middle and backward sections

should be considered by providing Dharmasalas, inns etc

• Special attention should be paid to developing social tourism to benefit weaker sections of society

Page 14: National Tourism Policy 1982

MARKETING STRATEGY

• Policy suggests the need to develop tourist traffic from neighbouring countries

• The need to explore new markets• Look forward to West Asia and North Africa

countries• Develop infrastructure at Buddhist centers

with a view in attracting Buddhist travelers from far east

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NEW ETHOS AND VALUE

• Our tourism should be able to project our culture

• International tourists should create a better understanding of our land, people and culture.

• The cultural, social and economic benefits aim at new ethos and values in tourism

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