Monday, January 27, 2014

To bring rupees to strong position- Regularizing tourism in India is one of the key solution- (Benchmarking the Australia) (Benchmarking the Singapore)

To bring rupees to strong position- Regularizing tourism in India is one of the key solution

(Benchmarking the Australia) (Benchmarking the Singapore) 

We always heard  that India currency-Rupees value going down as compare to any other country currency. 

Ministry of Tourism Ref DTOUR/2014/00401 - 
Suggested Idea & Constructive feed back has been  acknowledged and forward to overseas Marketing Division


 We can see very strong future of India – India experties in IT,  Education, Lots of university, engineering collage in India  Only looking for strong government support for developing course so that people from foreign country should be keen desire to get certification from India , 


Bhedaghat, Jabalpur, Madhya pradesh
India is very rich country - in sense of culture value, rivers, ponds, ford, Ice place, Even though country doesn’t have this facility, they are creating artificial one. So why can not India become a number one?

Only required proper promotion and reorganization. Realization of practical need of Society

To bring rupees to strong position- Regularizing tourism in India is one of the key solution

Taj Mahal, India

To meet International expectation Few Important step should be in place. So that people will spend foreign currency in India.

  • Security
  • Cleanness
  • Easy to reachable
  • Good transportation
  • Regularizing the restaurant business - to promote and invite to develop all kind of food availability possibility.
  • Service oriented mind set – Customer satisfaction
  • Connectivity with social sites – like face book , you tube , Twitter, Wiki pedia- means pages on these websites
  • Online connectivity - booked the place travel , food, stay…etc

Street Food 24X7 Concept in every city to Increase employment, to increase tourism

  1. Street Food 24X7 Concept in every city to Increase employment, to increase tourism, and promote culture. Government need to give free ground space to implement this concept for " minimum- 1000 Shop"
  2. Indian Food chain at all International Airport
  3. Food chain small entrepreneur/ enterprise to promote city culture.
  4. If government start giving tax benefit in LTA every year and include hotel , taxi, railway, restaurant , auto in LTA consideration this will boost truism, hotel & restaurant business and bring lots of job opportunity in this sector. Also LTA Tax free limit need to increase up to 1 to 1.5 lakh to boost this sector.
  5. At the end government going to received the tax on these services.
Chopati Jabalpur MP

DLF Cyber city Gurgaon
DLF Cyber city Gurgaon


Idea of Culture Gallery  in every city /state to promote cross city culture

Culture Gallery Gurgaon 

Concept of Food Tour In India

Cuisine tourism 


Travel with Chef


Idea of Holy Places Tourism 

Vijay Nagar Shiva Temple Jabalpur M.P.


Setting up KIDS Zone Dholakpur chhota bhim Village in MP Jabalpur will boost Tourism in M.P


Idea to promote each state culture -Desi Village culture promotion - Choki Dhani


Idea of theaters shows - Kingdoms of dream- supporting by tax free from government site

Kingdoms of dream Gurgaon

Benchmarking the Singapore- Lots of good practices- learning from singapore


Benchmarking the Australia- Lots of good practices- learning from australia




Few good ideas & Places I like in Australia

Lots of possibility for employment, earning foreign currency - we have lots of natural spot only proper promotion and government support required.


Possibility of improvement in INDIA Tourism -INDIA Tourist Places

Place to visit natural places










Feedback & Government Initiative

I like the initiative from India Government. I would like to say thanks to government of India to make our country INDIA at strong position. This is really good step toward improvement  also I would like to thanks  to times of India for active participation in country development  through sharing the news update  with common Public.

Incredible India page on face book

1. Incredible India page on face book




2. Cleanliness drive to boost tourism
Times of India – Dt 28 October 2013
Jharkhand Tourism- The state tourism department is all set to produce a green and clean Jharkhand to tourists from across the globe. It has started an initiative under the name 'Security and cleanliness of tourist spots project', which will help in attracting more visitors. 21 tourist spots at various districts have been identified by tourism department 

3.Digital tourism: Google, ASI usher in India


New Delhi : Archaeological Survey of India and Google India have embarked together on a “monumental journey” to usher in, what possibly will be “digital tourism” in the country.

4. India-Japan Global Partnership Summit to focus on strengthening Trans-Asian Buddhist circuit
(News Refer from The Financial Express - Thursday, October 31, 2013)


The second India Japan Global Partnership Summit (IJGPS) from December 15-18, 2013, at the India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, NCR, will along with other sectors, focus on tourism and the development of the Trans-Asian Buddhist circuit, which will boost tourism. The summit is an initiative of India Center Foundation (ICF), a not for profit and non-partisan organisation that has been working diligently as a catalyst to India’s nation-building processes.


5. Brand Bengal
Times of India- October 30 ,2013

6. Workshops planned on role of social media in tourism

By Express News Service - THIRUVANANTHAPURAM
Published: 19th November 2013 01:38 PM


7. West Bengal's Rs.120-crore fillip for tourism

Delhi,Business/Economy, Sat, 23 Nov 2013


Commissioner Bhaskar Khulbe said here Saturday.
The money already allotted to the West Bengal Tourism Department by the chief minister will be used to develop 11 projects that include resorts, hotels and tourism hubs, basically in rural parts of the state.
"West Bengal is emerging as one of the fastest developing states in the country. We also want to make it a hub of working opportunity for youths of the state, with the tourism sector as one source for employment for them," said Khulbe.
"To draw more and more tourists, both from abroad and the various states of India, the projects will be developed under the Public Private Partnership mode and collaboration will be sought from foreign firms," he said.
"Denmark has already shown its willingness to join hands with the West Bengal government to upgrade the state's tourism to a new level," Khulbe added.

8. Bihar Tourism

9. Madhya Pradesh Tourism


Madhya Pradesh has won the best state tourism award for comprehensive development of tourism sector Women's helpline to cater to kids' complaints also: Director general of police (DGP) Nandan Dube on Tuesday said state women's helpline 1090 would also cater to complaints of children.

Currently, child helpline 1098 is being run by Childline in 21 districts. It is being monitored from Mumbai. All the superintendents of police (SPs) have been informed in this regard. Besides, being the nodal officer for the women helpline, crimes against women additional director general (ADG) would also be the nodal officer for minor-related complaints. These complaints would be dealt with sensitively and with top priority, said the DGP.

Uttarakhand govt to ease taxes to promote tourism


Maharashtra to boost tourism

Maharashtra to invest Rs 200cr for upgrading tourist infrastructure on PPP mode  http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/detailNews.aspx...

Maharashtra: NSW MoU to focus on tourism management - Indian Express


 http://www.business2community.com/facebook/kerala-government-partners-facebook-india-promote-tourism-effectively-social-media-0695356

Kerala to boost tourism


Promoting state tourism has been one of the top priorities of the present Kerala Government. In today’s times social media forms a good portion in your marketing and promotional strategy. However, merely opening a Facebook page doesn’t equate to a social media marketing strategy.

Kerala Tourism has created official Facebook pages in French and German languages, thus becoming the first tourism board in India to launch pages in a foreign language in social media. The pages contain details of the destinations in French (https://www.facebook.com/KeralaTourismeOfficiel) and in German (https://www.facebook.com/KeralaTourismus) languages to help tourists from the respective countries in their preparations, and to enable them to understand the experience offered by the state, a release stated. 

“In the technology-driven world of today where information can be made available on mobile phones and computers, the choice of language plays a significant role, especially to reach out to a wider audience. Language should not be a barrier in connecting with people,”


http://news.oneindia.in/.../kerala-announces-tax... The major announcements include a reduction in luxury tax to 5% on hotels from June to August to promote off-season tourism. The step is expected to help reduce tariff in hotels and resorts in the state's major backwater and hill destinations.

http://news.oneindia.in/.../kerala-announces-tax...


Odisha to boost tourism

Govt to develop 11 tourist sites in Odisha
BHUBANESWAR: The state government has decided to develop 11 new tourist spots in the state. "There are many lesser known sites, which have the potential to attract tourists. But these lack proper roads, hotels and drinking water and toilet facilities. The tourism department will develop the necessary infrastructure," said tourism minister Maheswar Mohanty.http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/.../artic.../26758834.cms


Spl cell to clear tourism projects


Odisha tourism has got a major boost with the government setting up a Special Single Window Clearance Authority (SSWCA) to clear relevant projects.

Odisha govt sets up special authority to clear tourism projects- Odisha government has set up a Special Single Window Clearance Authority (SSWCA) to clear relevant tourism projects. The 13-member committee, headed by the Chief Secretary, can approve tourism projects with a maximum investment proposal of Rs 50 crore, official sources said, as per a report in The Times of India.

http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/detailNews.aspx...

Punjab to boost tourism


Punjab to come up with Tourism Promotion Policy soon Friday, December 06, 2013, [IST]

Kashmir to boost tourism

Jhelum River beautification begins in Kashmir to boost tourism the drive has seen an expenditure of Rs 3.33 crore in the drainage and development of a flood channel during the first phase. 

Incredible India website now in 11 languages




https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rrUM10hvnJA


 Our country being one of the most rich and diverse nations in the world, is not being able to attract tourists enough. Do you think that's a cause for concern? Are we promoting tourism enough? Check out this exclusive episode of#IdeaMyVoteRocks here.

16. New Delhi: Even as its economy is reeling under inflationary pressures, India -- registering a double-digit growth of 13 percent -- figured among the 25 largest international tourism earners, according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer.
http://www.siliconindia.com/.../India-Among-25-Largest...

17. Tourism contributes 11.5 per cent employment generation in Indiahttp://www.nationalturk.com/.../tourism-contributes-11-5...

18. Jhelum River beautification begins in Kashmir to boost tourism the drive has seen an expenditure of Rs 3.33 crore in the drainage and development of a flood channel during the first phase. http://www.business-standard.com/.../jhelum-river...

19.  Spl cell to clear tourism projects Odisha tourism has got a major boost with the government setting up a Special Single Window Clearance Authority (SSWCA) to clear relevant projects.http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/.../45294391...



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22. “In the technology-driven world of today where information can be made available on mobile phones and computers, the choice of language plays a significant role, especially to reach out to a wider audience. Language should not be a barrier in connecting with people,”
Incredible India website now in 11 languageshttp://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/.../artic.../28242527.cms


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Tourism - Employment contribution


Tourism contributes 11.5 per cent employment generation in India
Indian tourism industry supported 39.5 million jobs, 7.7% of its total employment. Currently India is ranked as the 38th country in the world in terms of foreign tourist arrivals and 65th out of 144 countries in terms of international tourism competitiveness. The sector is predicted to grow at an average annual rate of 7.9% from 2013 to 2023 which would make India the third rank among countries with the fastest growing tourism industries over the next decade.http://www.financialexpress.com/.../leveraging.../1219218...


Tourism Competitiveness Index, placed India at the 65th position


Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Index, placed India at the 65th position among 140 nations in 2013. India scored an abysmally low position of 110 globally in its regulatory framework for travel and tourism and 67 on business environment and infrastructure, “Achieving a meaningful growth in Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs), requires that the Government must empower the industry to effectively compete by urgently rationalising our complex multiple tax structure, adopting a streamlined electronic visa regime for international tourists and reviving investor sentiment in the hotel sector through measures such as single-window project clearances and access to lower cost long-term funding.”http://www.hospitalitybizindia.com/detailNews.aspx...


Visa-on-arrival


The newly-introduced tourist visa-on-arrival (T-VoA) facilities at the Cochin and the Thiruvananthapuram airports, Kerala is now an alluring gateway to the European travellers visiting India. T-VoA is currently available for citizens of 11 countries - Cambodia, Finland, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Luxembourg, Myanmar, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam.


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