Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Second TSA for India: 2009 – 10...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Outline of the Presentation    ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                     Why the term Satellite Accounts?       – ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                       Concepts and definitions of TSA       C...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                       Concepts and definitions of TSA       –...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                  Concepts and definitions of TSA (2)       – ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                  Concepts and definitions of TSA (3)       – ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                  Concepts and definitions of TSA (4)– Tourism...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                  Concepts and definitions of TSA (5)– Gross v...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h        Tourism Characteristic Industries/Products      1. Acc...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h            Tourism Connected Industries/Products             ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                  Proposed structure of TSA, 2009-10– Conceptu...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h             Proposed structure of TSA, 2009-10 (2)• Table 7: ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h       Sources and Methods for TSA, 2009-10       – National A...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h         Sources and Methods for TSA, 2009-10 (2)       – Empl...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS)  ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                      International Passenger Survey (IPS)    ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                 International Passenger Survey (IPS)         ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                                Outbound Passenger Survey     ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Outbound Passenger Survey      ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Tourism Satellite Account      ...
Table 1: Inbound Tourism ConsumptionConsumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               [Pi NCAER Centre for Mac...
Table 1: Inbound Tourism ConsumptionConsumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                              [Pi NCAER Centre for Macr...
Table 2: Domestic Tourism Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h purpose of travel                              ...
Table 2: Domestic Tourism Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h purpose of travel                              ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h  Table 3: Outbound Tourism Consumption by products (pre-trip)...
Table 3: Outbound Tourism NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                          [Pi             ...
Table 4: Total Tourism Demand byfor Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (at market price)                             [P...
Table 4: Total Tourism Demand by products and forms of tourism (at market price)                               [Pi NCAER C...
Table 4: Total Tourism Demand byfor Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (at market price) –                            [...
Table 4: Total Tourism Demand by for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (at market prices) –                           ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h• Table 5 and 6 to be presented in Excel fileWednesday, 26 Sep...
by type and gender – Headcount                                Table 7: Employment Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h   ...
by type and gender – Headcount                               Table 7: Employment Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h    ...
by type and gender – Headcount                                Table 7: Employment Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h   ...
Table 7: Employment byMacro Consumergender – Number of Jobs                                       [Pi NCAER Centre for    ...
Table 7: Employment byMacro Consumergender – Number of Jobs                                      [Pi NCAER Centre for     ...
Table 7: Employment byMacro Consumergender – Number of Jobs                                       [Pi NCAER Centre for    ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Tourism Satellite Account      ...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h                               Tourism Satellite Account      ...
Table 7: [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Researchinformal nature                                             Employmen...
Table 7: [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Researchinformal nature                                             Employmen...
Table 7: [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Researchinformal nature                                              Employme...
Table 8: Tourism gross fixed capital formation of tourism industries and other industries                                [...
Table 8: Tourism gross fixed capital formation of tourism industries and other industries                                 ...
Table 9: Expenditure on Cultural, Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Services by Centre and                 ...
Table 10.1: FOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS INResearch (NCAER-CMCR)h                         [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer ...
Table 10.2: MONTH-WISE FTAs for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h COMPARATIVE                           [Pi NCAER Cent...
[Pi   NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h        Table 10.3: Classification of FTAs in India according ...
Table 10.4: Number offor Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h from India,                                   [Pi NCAER Cen...
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
A recent report on tourism
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

A recent report on tourism

867 views

Published on

A very interesting report on travel and tourism

  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

A recent report on tourism

  1. 1. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Second TSA for India: 2009 – 10 NCAER-CMCR TeamWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 1
  2. 2. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Outline of the Presentation – Concepts, definitions and uses of TSA – Sources for TSA, 2009-10 – Key Highlights of DTS and IPS – TSA Tables – Experience sharing with Australian Bureau of StatisticsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 2
  3. 3. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Why the term Satellite Accounts? – National Accounts provides flexibility for extensions – Satellite Accounts are extensions to National Accounts – One such facility is alternative grouping of classifications: • Tourism industry is defined according to the status of consumer • Therefore, not separately visible in the standard list of industries • But, its contribution is implicitly included in national accounts • The satellite accounts puts together information on tourism activity included under different industries in national accounts and presents it in the form of TSAWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 3
  4. 4. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Concepts and definitions of TSA Comprise accounts in the form of Tables and Aggregates • Tables: • Product-wise expenditures of tourists • Industries producing outputs to cater to these expenditures • Value added generated by the industries to meet tourism expenditures • Employment and investment associated with tourism industries • Expenditures of government on tourism • Associated information on non-monetary indicatorsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 4
  5. 5. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Concepts and definitions of TSA – Aggregates: • Gross value added (GVA) of tourism industries • Tourism direct GVA • Tourism direct GDP • Employment in tourism industries • Investment in tourism industries • Tourism product ratios • Share of tourism in GVA, GDP and employmentWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 5
  6. 6. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Concepts and definitions of TSA (2) – Visitor • A traveller taking a trip to a main destination outside his/her usual environment, for less than a year, for any main purpose (business, leisure or other personal purpose) other than to be employed in the country or place visited. – Classes of visitors • Tourists (overnight visitors) • Excursionists (same-day visitors) – Forms of tourism • Domestic, Inbound, OutboundWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 6
  7. 7. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Concepts and definitions of TSA (3) – Purposes of tourism • Personal – Holidays, leisure and recreation – Visiting friends and relatives – Education and training – Health and medical care – Religion/pilgrimages – Shopping – Transit – Other • Business and professionalWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 7
  8. 8. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Concepts and definitions of TSA (4)– Tourism expenditure • expenditure by visitors or by others for the benefit of visitors for or during trip and stay at destination– Tourism consumption • Tourism expenditure • Other imputed expenditures • Services associated with vacation homes on own account • Tourism social transfers in kind • Other imputed values of consumptionWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 8
  9. 9. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Concepts and definitions of TSA (5)– Gross value added of tourism industries (GVATI) • Sum of gross value added of tourism industries (considers entire output of these industries irrespective of whether the output is sold to tourists or others)– Tourism direct gross value added (TDGVA) • Sum of the part of gross value added of all industries that relates to providing goods and services to tourists (only that output which is sold to tourists is considered here, but the domain includes all industries in the economy)– Tourism direct gross domestic product (TDGDP) • TDGVA + net indirect taxesWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 9
  10. 10. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Tourism Characteristic Industries/Products 1. Accommodation services 2. Food and beverage serving activities 3. Railway passenger transport 4. Road passenger transport 5. Water passenger transport 6. Air passenger transport 7. Transport equipment rental services 8. Travel agencies and other reservation services activities 9. Cultural and religious services 10. Sports and recreational related services 11. Health and Medical related servicesWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 10
  11. 11. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Tourism Connected Industries/Products 1. Readymade garments 2. Processed food 3. Tobacco products 4. Beverages 5. Travel related consumer goods 6. Footwear 7. Toiletries 8. Gems and jewellery 9. Books, journals, magazines, stationery etc.Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 11
  12. 12. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Proposed structure of TSA, 2009-10– Conceptual basis is WTO’s TSA: RMF 2008 of UNWTO• Table 1: Inbound tourism expenditure, by products and classes of visitors• Table 2: Domestic tourism expenditure, by products, classes of visitors and types of trips• Table 3: Outbound tourism expenditure, by products and classes of visitors• Table 4: Internal tourism consumption, by products• Table 5: Production accounts of tourism and other industries• Table 6: Domestic supply and internal tourism consumption, by productsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 12
  13. 13. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Proposed structure of TSA, 2009-10 (2)• Table 7: Employment in the tourism industries• Table 8: Gross fixed capital formation of tourism industries and other industries• Table 9: Tourism collective consumption, by products• Table 10: Non-monetary indicatorsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 13
  14. 14. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Sources and Methods for TSA, 2009-10 – National Accounts Statistics, 2012 • Input-Output tables • Industry-wise value added • Expenditure aggregates – consumption expenditure, capital formation and external transactions – Domestic Tourism Survey, NSSO, 2008-09 • Characteristics of trips • Expenditure by products – International passenger survey, ISI, 2010-11 • Characteristics of trips • Expenditure by productsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 14
  15. 15. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Sources and Methods for TSA, 2009-10 (2) – Employment and unemployment survey of NSSO, 2009-10 • Employment and jobs in tourism and other activities – Consumer expenditure survey of NSSO, 2009-10 • All-India and state-wise consumption expenditure of households, by products – Enterprise survey of “Service Sector” by NSSO, 2006-07 • All-India and state-wise information on various parameters of unorganised service sector in India – Non-monetary indicators • Tourism statistics, MoTWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 15
  16. 16. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Estimated (million) Rural Urban Total Households 158.2 66.5 224.6 Persons 740.8 271.7 1012.5 Number of overnight visitors (last 365 days) 573.4 210.1 783.5 Number of overnight trips (last 365 days) 696.5 242.6 939.0 Number of overnight visitor-trips (last 365 days) 1555.8 561.7 2117.4 Average number of visitor-trips per person (no.) 2.10 2.07 2.09Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 16
  17. 17. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Percentage distribution of tourists Urban Urban Female, 12.4 Male, 14.4 Rural Male, 38.4 Rural Female, 34.7Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 17
  18. 18. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Top 10 states with respect to their share in total number of tourist-trips and total populationWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 18
  19. 19. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Number of trips (in Purpose of Travel million) per cent Business 24.6 2.6 Holiday, leisure and recreation 25.2 2.7 Social 695.5 74.1 Religious 91.4 9.7 Education and training 9.6 1.0 Health and medical 59.2 6.3 Shopping 3.6 0.4 Other 29.7 3.2 All 939.0 100.0Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 19
  20. 20. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Expenditure pattern of domestic tourists100% 12.7 8.8 10.7 90% 25.9 20.8 5.7 6.8 80% 15.2 70% 6.0 13.6 60% 50% 68.6 73.8 40% 55.6 62.1 30% 60.9 20% 10% 0% Business Holiday, leisure and Social Religious Education and training recreation Accommodation services Food and beverage services services Passenger transport services Travel agencies and other reservation services Cultural, sports,religious and other recreational services Health and medical related services Tourism connected productsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 20
  21. 21. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Expenditure pattern of domestic tourists 100% 2.3 7.3 10.2 90% 15.5 80% 30.7 11.1 21.1 70% 61.5 9.9 72.4 6.1 60% 8.9 50% 40% 3.9 57.1 53.2 30% 43.8 3.7 3.6 20% 25.8 10% 18.0 0% Health and medical Shopping Other All All Excl social trips Accommodation services Food and beverage services services Passenger transport services Travel agencies and other reservation services Cultural, sports,religious and other recreational services Health and medical related services Tourism connected productsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 21
  22. 22. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Percentage distribution of Expenditure on Tourism connected goods 100% 90% 80% 18.8 25.0 70% 43.9 60% 8.8 23.2 50% 16.1 3.3 13.3 40% 30% 55.2 20% 43.8 45.5 35.2 10% 0% Business Holiday, leisure and Religious Education and training recreation Readymade garments Processed Food Tobacco products Beverages Travel related consumer goods Footwear Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin Gems and jewelleryWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 22
  23. 23. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Domestic Tourism Survey (DTS) Highlights Percentage distribution of Expenditure on Tourism connected goods 100% 80% 25.2 24.6 19.9 29.3 36.6 60% 10.7 1.4 16.6 10.8 40% 32.3 47.6 50.1 45.4 20% 39.3 24.7 0% Health and medical Shopping Other All All Excl social trips Readymade garments Processed Food Tobacco products Beverages Travel related consumer goods Footwear Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin Gems and jewelleryWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 23
  24. 24. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) Highlights• Coverage Sample no. of Estimated no. Percentage Type of Tourist Tourist of Tourists share NRIs 3139 11,48,234 17.4 PIOs 3118 9,17,277 13.9 Foreign Nationals 34373 45,38,387 68.7 Total 40630 66,03,897 100.0 Source: IPS, 2010-11 Foreign Tourist Arrivals in 2010 - 5775692 Source: Tourism Statistics, 2010Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 24
  25. 25. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) Tourists Expenditure pattern - NRI Accommodation services, 12.4 Tourism connected Food and beverage products, 48.5 services services, 14.0 Passenger transport services, 13.9 Travel agencies and other reservation services, 0.8 Health and medical Cultural, sports,religiou related services, 4.2 s and other recreational services, 6.2Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 25
  26. 26. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) NRIs’ expenditure pattern of Tourism connected goods Books, journals, magaz ines, stationery etc., 11.8 Readymade garments, 28.9 Processed Food , 2.2 Gems and Tobacco products, 0.3 jewellery, 51.3 Beverages, 1.8 Travel related consumer goods, 1.2 Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin, 0.3 Footwear, 2.4Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 26
  27. 27. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) Foreigner PIO Tourism connected products, 22.2 Accommodation services, 30.1 Health and medical related services, 1.2 Cultural, sports,religious and other recreational services, 8.2 Food and beverage services services, 14.0 Travel agencies and other reservation Passenger transport services, 1.3 services, 23.0Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 27
  28. 28. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) PIOs expenditure pattern of Tourism connected goods Books, journals, magazi nes, stationery etc., 7.3 Readymade garments, 33.1 Gems and jewellery, 25.7 Processed Food , 3.5 Tobacco products, 3.8 Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin, 0.3 Travel related Footwear, 3.7 consumer goods, 1.3 Beverages, 21.2Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 28
  29. 29. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) Other Foreign Nationals Tourism connected products, 19.2 Health and medical Accommodation related services, 5.7 services, 39.0 Cultural, sports,relig ious and other recreational services, 3.8 Travel agencies and other reservation Passenger transport Food and beverage services, 1.9 services, 15.1 services services, 15.2Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 29
  30. 30. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) Other Foreign nationals expenditure pattern of Tourism connected goods Books, journals, mag azines, stationery etc., 10.7 Readymade garments, 33.8 Gems and jewellery, 32.9 Processed Food , 3.9 Tobacco products, 0.9 Soaps, cosmetics Footwear, 4.7 Travel related Beverages, 9.8 and glycerin, 0.5 consumer goods, 2.9Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 30
  31. 31. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) Total International Demand Tourism connected products, 23.9 Accommodation services, 33.8 Health and medical related services, 4.8 Cultural, sports,religious and other recreational services, 4.8 Food and beverage services services, 14.9 Travel agencies and Passenger transport other reservation services, 16.1 services, 1.6Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 31
  32. 32. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h International Passenger Survey (IPS) Overall expenditure pattern of Tourism connected goods Books, journals, magazi nes, stationery etc., 10.5 Readymade garments, 32.2 Gems and jewellery, 37.3 Processed Food , 3.3 Tobacco products, 1.1 Beverages, 9.0 Soaps, cosmetics and Travel related consumer glycerin, 0.4 Footwear, 3.9 goods, 2.2Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 32
  33. 33. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Outbound Passenger Survey Highlights Coverage Estimated number Percent distt. Sample number of of Tourists (in Purpose of Travel Tourists lakh) Business 2925 35.1 32.3 Holiday 2186 31.6 29.1 Social 1138 23.6 21.7 Religious 116 1.5 1.4 Education/ training 585 8.6 7.9 Medical 87 1.4 1.3 Others 374 6.7 6.2 Total 7410 108.4 100.0 Number of Indian National Departures from India, 2010 – 129.9 lakh Source: Foreign Tourist StatisticsWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 33
  34. 34. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Outbound Passenger Survey Highlights Overall expenditure pattern of an outbound tourist (pre- trip) Tourism connected products, 13.3 Others (Travel Agencies, Recreation Accommodation al and health services, 28.7 related), 3.5 Food and beverage Passenger transport services services, 7.6 services, 47.0Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 34
  35. 35. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Tourism Satellite Account TSA TablesWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 35
  36. 36. Table 1: Inbound Tourism ConsumptionConsumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro by products (expenditure at market price) (Package + Non-Package) Rs. Crore Total Foreigner Foreigner Industries NRIs International PIOs Others DemandTourism characteristic products 8213 12599 62100 82936Accommodation services/Hotels 1984 4880 30001 36886Food and beverage serving 2233 2262 11716 16212services/RestaurantsRailway passenger transport services 100 359 820 1280Road passenger transport services 908 1061 3689 5658Water passenger transport services 159 8 88 255Air passenger transport services 875 1901 5960 8738Transport equipment rental services 177 392 1043 1613Travel agencies and other reservation services/ 120 217 1460 1798Supporting and auxiliary transport activitiesCultural and religious services 164 385 964 1514Sports and other recreational services 829 939 1970 3735Health and medical related services 663 195 4388 5247 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  37. 37. Table 1: Inbound Tourism ConsumptionConsumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro by products (expenditure at market price) (Package + Non-Package) Rs. Crore Non- Total Foreigner Foreigner Products Resident International PIO Others Indians DemandTourism connected products 7743 3597 14737 26054Readymade garments 2237 1191 4975 8396Processed Food 168 125 573 865Tobacco products 21 137 135 293Beverages 136 762 1439 2339Travel related consumer goods 92 45 423 560Footwear 185 134 697 1016Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 24 12 76 111Gems and jewellery 3971 926 4844 9726Books, journals, magazines, stationery etc. 910 264 1576 2747Total 15956 16196 76838 108989No. of tourists 1148234 917277 4538387 6603897Expenditure per tourist (Rs.) 138958 176564 169306 165038Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  38. 38. Table 2: Domestic Tourism Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h purpose of travel [Pi NCAER Consumption by products and by (expenditure at market price) Package + Non-package (Rs. Crore) Holiday, Health Education Products Business leisure and Social Religious and Shopping Other All and training recreation medicalTourism characteristic 12984 29684 150194 50248 4980 53049 808 15648 317594productsAccommodation 877 1957 489 1640 302 1400 23 611 7300services/HotelsFood and beverage serving 1200 2232 5709 3389 331 2128 46 958 15993services/RestaurantsRailway passenger transport 1736 5935 22151 7857 1222 1354 66 1957 42279servicesRoad passenger transport 3480 8788 73398 20452 1384 6898 396 3343 118140servicesWater passenger transport 174 212 204 49 11 61 3 18 732servicesAir passenger transport 3337 2637 3373 786 565 546 1 234 11479servicesTransport equipment rental 1016 5765 16328 11509 278 5137 60 1846 41940servicesTravel agencies and otherreservation services/ 1057 1938 25768 3771 849 2135 104 1498 37120Supporting and auxiliarytransport activitiesCultural and religious services 3 53 82 435 2 2 0 4 581Sports and other recreational 4 62 116 8 2 1 0 2 195servicesHealth and medical related 99 106 2575 352 32 33386 109 5177 41837services Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  39. 39. Table 2: Domestic Tourism Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h purpose of travel [Pi NCAER Consumption by products and by (expenditure at market price) Package + Non-package (Rs. Crore) Holiday, Educatio Health Products Business leisure and Social Religious n and and Shopping Other All recreation training medicalTourism connected products 4549 4336 39421 4873 597 1273 2116 1232 58397Readymade garments 1990 2392 20631 2216 210 314 1006 484 29244Processed Food 152 383 4208 787 79 411 29 205 6254Tobacco products 114 120 1234 192 15 110 13 81 1880Beverages 56 72 423 49 1 5 10 26 641Travel related consumer goods 1996 814 6043 1220 138 321 774 303 11610Footwear 94 251 1612 174 27 38 90 47 2333Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 9 25 129 36 5 23 5 10 242Gems and jewellery 49 181 4959 116 6 27 157 50 5545Books, journals, magazines, 87 98 183 83 114 24 32 27 648stationery etc.Total 17533 34020 189615 55121 5576 54321 2924 16880 375991Estimated number of trips (‘000) 24618 25227 695488 91353 9570 59213 3584 29730 939032Expenditure per trip (Rs.) 7122 13485 2726 6034 5827 9174 8158 5678 4004 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  40. 40. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Table 3: Outbound Tourism Consumption by products (pre-trip) and by purpose of travel (expenditure at market price) (Rs. crore) Educati Products Business Holiday Social Religious on/ Medical Others Total trainingTourism characteristic products 2455 3315 2612 47 533 197 461 9620Accommodation services/Hotels 1248 1481 163 28 166 26 68 3180Food and beverage serving 248 200 230 4 76 51 32 841services/RestaurantsRailway passenger transport services 114 132 52 2 7 0 5 312Road passenger transport services 555 1087 1642 6 90 8 286 3674Water passenger transport services 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 11Air passenger transport services 84 130 145 5 29 0 58 451Transport equipment rental services 57 221 314 1 51 110 7 762Travel agencies and other reservationservices/ Supporting and auxiliary 63 46 62 1 110 1 1 284transport activitiesCultural and religious services 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Sports and other recreational services 37 15 2 0 3 1 3 62Health and medical related services 37 3 1 0 1 0 0 43Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  41. 41. Table 3: Outbound Tourism NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h [Pi Consumption by products (pre-trip) and by purpose of travel (expenditure at market price) (Rs. crore) Educati Busine Holida Religiou Medic Othe Products Social on/ Total ss y s al rs trainingTourism connected products 469 365 380 1 223 24 13 1475Readymade garments 44 196 284 1 153 12 11 700Processed Food 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2Tobacco products 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1Beverages 1 1 0 0 0 7 0 9Travel related consumer goods 400 121 54 0 47 6 1 628Footwear 10 16 13 0 19 0 0 59Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3Gems and jewellery 10 27 27 0 0 0 0 65Books, journals, magazines, 1 1 1 0 4 0 0 8stationery etc.Total 2924 3680 2992 48 756 221 474 11095No. of tourists (‘000) 3506 3158 2357 153 860 140 667 10842Expenditure per tourist (Rs.) 8338 11652 12696 3112 8789 15780 7105 10233Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  42. 42. Table 4: Total Tourism Demand byfor Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (at market price) [Pi NCAER Centre products and forms of tourism (Rs. crore) Inbound Domestic Outbound Total Tourism Tourism Tourism Tourism Products Consumpti Consumpti Consumpti Consumpti on on on on Tourism characteristic products 82936 317594 9620 410150 Accommodation services/Hotels 36886 7300 3180 47366 Food and beverage serving services/Restaurants 16212 15993 841 33045 Railway passenger transport services 1280 42279 312 43871 Road passenger transport services 5658 118140 3674 127471 Water passenger transport services 255 732 11 998 Air passenger transport services 8738 11479 451 20667 Transport equipment rental services 1613 41940 762 44314 Travel agencies and other reservation services/ 1798 37120 284 39203 Supporting and auxiliary transport activities Cultural and religious services 1514 581 0 2095 Sports and other recreational services 3735 195 62 3992 Health and medical related services 5247 41837 43 47127Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  43. 43. Table 4: Total Tourism Demand by products and forms of tourism (at market price) [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (Rs. crore) Inbound Domestic Outbound Total Tourism Tourism Tourism Tourism Products Consumptio Consumptio Consumptio Consumptio n n n nTourism connected products 26054 58397 1475 85926Readymade garments 8396 29244 700 38341Processed Food 865 6254 2 7122Tobacco products 293 1880 1 2175Beverages 2339 641 9 2989Travel related consumer goods 560 11610 628 12798Footwear 1016 2333 59 3407Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 111 242 3 357Gems and jewellery 9726 5545 65 15335Books, journals, magazines, stationery etc. 2747 648 8 3402Other imputed connected products 0 54109 0 54109Vacation homes (assumed to be 1% of urban owner 1694 1694occupied dwelling services, total Rs. 1,69,363 crore)Social transfers in kind (50% of GFCE of tourism and 2464 2464cultural services)FISIM (calculated from the share of FISIM in PFCE) 14153 14153Producers guest houses (.5% of private organised 21980 21980sector share in output)Imputed expenditures of households on food for tourists 13818 13818staying with themTotal 108989 430100 11095 550185 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  44. 44. Table 4: Total Tourism Demand byfor Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (at market price) – [Pi NCAER Centre products and forms of tourism adjusted with supply table (Rs. in crore) Adjusted Inbound Domestic Outbound internal Products Tourism Tourism Tourism tourism Consumption Consumption Consumption consumption Tourism characteristic products 82936 317595 9620 410150 Accommodation services/Hotels 36886 7300 3180 47366 Food and beverage serving services/Restaurants 16212 15993 841 33045 Railway passenger transport services 716 23650 175 24541 Road passenger transport services 6461 203066 4645 214171 Water passenger transport services 823 2359 37 3219 Air passenger transport services 10952 14389 565 25906 Transport equipment rental services 34 875 16 925 Travel agencies and other reservation services/ 356 7350 56 7763 Supporting and auxiliary transport activities Cultural and religious services 1514 581 0 2095 Sports and other recreational services 3735 195 62 3992 Health and medical related services 5247 41837 43 47127Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  45. 45. Table 4: Total Tourism Demand by for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (at market prices) – [Pi NCAER Centre products and forms of tourism adjusted with supply table (Rs. crore) Adjusted Inbound Domestic Outbound internalProducts Tourism Tourism Tourism tourism Consumption Consumption Consumption consumptionTourism connected products 26054 58397 1475 85926Readymade garments 8396 29244 700 38341Processed Food 865 6254 2 7122Tobacco products 293 1880 1 2175Beverages 2339 641 9 2989Travel related consumer goods 560 11610 628 12798Footwear 1016 2333 59 3407Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 111 242 3 357Gems and jewellery 9726 5545 65 15335Books, journals, magazines, stationery etc. 2747 648 8 3402Other imputed connected products 0 54109 0 54109Vacation homes (assumed to be 1% of urban owner occupied 1694 1694dwelling services, total Rs. 1,69,363 crore)Social transfers in kind (50% of GFCE of tourism and 2464 2464cultural services)FISIM (calculated from the share of fisim in PFCE) 14153 14153Producers guest houses (0.5% of private organised sector 21980 21980share in output)Imputed expenditures of households on food for tourists 13818 13818staying with themTotal 108990 430101 11095 550185 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  46. 46. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h• Table 5 and 6 to be presented in Excel fileWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  47. 47. by type and gender – Headcount Table 7: Employment Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h [Pi NCAER Centre for Self Employed Employee Industries Male Female Male FemaleTourism characteristic industries 10014322 1119109 9286572 1634296Accommodation services/Hotels 119091 44121 462616 34022Food and beverage serving services/Restaurants 2699589 801863 1868961 126705Railway passenger transport services 11072 0 558792 33977Road passenger transport services 5230924 48296 3833482 14911Water passenger transport services 13914 0 103604 278Air passenger transport services 0 0 77181 9886Transport equipment rental services 16957 1379 11784 0Travel agencies and other reservation services/ 89703 8872 368335 22290Supporting and auxiliary transport activitiesCultural and religious services 645224 17210 300877 42930Sports and other recreational services 424436 45848 342425 15445Health and medical related services 763413 151521 1358515 1333852 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  48. 48. by type and gender – Headcount Table 7: Employment Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h [Pi NCAER Centre for Self Employed Employee Industries Male Female Male FemaleTourism connected industries 6075381 6010506 5479351 1935853Readymade garments 2927537 2439622 1741031 451133Processed Food 1042793 616014 998285 444488Tobacco products 602139 2563482 190498 790306Beverages 77313 29045 195192 27081Travel related consumer goods 212705 32504 385205 25310Footwear 147152 60242 235856 9910Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 22737 160644 157897 70154Gems and Jewellery 664742 90647 997609 44834Books, journals, magazines, stationery etc. 378263 18304 577779 72637 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  49. 49. by type and gender – Headcount Table 7: Employment Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h [Pi NCAER Centre for Self Employed Employee Industries Male Female Male FemaleTourism Non-specific Industries 150169259 62020500 151187128 57008200Agriculture and Allied 96005347 52389682 61803189 36989541Mining, other manufacturing, construction, 16167388 3824756 53688818 9171043electricity, gas and water supplyTrade 27685979 3902438 7103917 618329Transport freight services 2420277 37559 4991351 191543All non-tourism specific services 7890267 1866065 23599854 10037744Total 166258962 69150115 165953052 60578349Total (in million) 166 69 166 61 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  50. 50. Table 7: Employment byMacro Consumergender – Number of Jobs [Pi NCAER Centre for type and Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Self Employed Employee Industries Male Female Male FemaleTourism characteristic industries 10826838 1155200 9780272 1657294Accommodation services/Hotels 124493 44121 462616 34022Food and beverage serving services/Restaurants 2837777 832341 1930995 139319Railway passenger transport services 11072 0 558792 33977Road passenger transport services 5597116 52926 4173736 18012Water passenger transport services 13914 0 106719 278Air passengers transport services 0 0 77181 9886Transport equipment rental services 22746 1379 11784 0Travel agencies and other reservation services/ 96043 8872 384957 22290Supporting and auxiliary transport activitiesCultural and religious services 749320 17210 321803 46860Sports and other recreational services 531611 45848 374070 17160Health and medical related services 842744 152505 1377619 1335489 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  51. 51. Table 7: Employment byMacro Consumergender – Number of Jobs [Pi NCAER Centre for type and Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Self Employed Employee Industries Male Female Male FemaleTourism connected industries 6367350 6377277 5616679 2006022Readymade garments 3031920 2576545 1753730 456694Processed Food 1108256 620134 1065253 457362Tobacco products 697351 2784817 233512 834161Beverages 87524 32272 195192 27081Travel related consumer goods 215043 32504 387506 25310Footwear 147152 60242 237373 9910Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 23059 161812 160316 71955Gems and Jewellery 672771 90647 997609 44834Books, journals, magazines, stationery etc. 384273 18304 586189 78716 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  52. 52. Table 7: Employment byMacro Consumergender – Number of Jobs [Pi NCAER Centre for type and Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Self Employed Employee Industries Male Female Male FemaleTourism Non-specific Industries 179213072 72081920 173495805 66961666Agriculture and Allied 120918834 61624187 70801752 41175421Mining, other manufacturing, construction, 17346746 4248568 66087825 14802058electricity, gas and water supplyTrade 29583615 4137525 7325789 632958Transport freight services 2814761 39581 5312667 213826All non-tourism specific services 8549115 2032059 23967773 10137403Total 196407260 79614397 188892756 70624981Total (in million) 196 80 189 71 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  53. 53. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Tourism Satellite Account Employment Statistics Number of Number of per Employees per cent jobs cent Tourism Characteristic Industries 221 4.8 234 4.4 Tourism connected Industries 195 4.2 204 3.8 Tourism non-specific Industries 4204 91.0 4918 91.8 Total 4619 100.0 5355 100.0Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 53
  54. 54. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Tourism Satellite Account Identification of Formal/Informal workers Enterprise Type Formal Informal 1. Proprietary male 2. Proprietary female None All 3. Partnership with members of same household 4. Partnership with members of diff household Status=Regular wage 5. Public sector earner Status=Others Status= Regular wage 6. Public/Private limited company earner Status= Others 7. Co-operative societies/trust/other non profit Status= Regular wage institutions earner and number of 8. Employers households workers > 5 and job Rest contract is written and is 9. Others for more than 1 yearWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR 54
  55. 55. Table 7: [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Researchinformal nature Employment by formal and (NCAER-CMCR)h Headcount Number of Jobs Industries Formal Informal Total Formal Informal TotalTourism characteristic industries 3398970 18655330 22054300 3404797 20014808 23419604Accommodation services/Hotels 78148 581702 659850 78148 587104 665253Food and beverage serving 88020 5409098 5497118 88042 5652390 5740432services/RestaurantsRailway passenger transport services 558219 45621 603841 558219 45621 603841Road passenger transport services 673423 8454191 9127614 673519 9168271 9841790Water passenger transport services 69516 48280 117796 69516 51396 120912Air passengers transport services 76285 10782 87067 76285 10782 87067Transport equipment rental services 10838 19281 30120 10838 25071 35909Travel agencies and other 77978 411221 489199 77978 434183 512161reservation services/ Supporting andauxiliary transport activitiesCultural and religious services 47285 958955 1006240 47311 1087882 1135193Sports and other recreational 135565 692589 828154 136116 832573 968689servicesHealth and medical related services 1583691 2023610 3607301 1588823 2119534 3708357 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  56. 56. Table 7: [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Researchinformal nature Employment by formal and (NCAER-CMCR)h Headcount Number of Jobs Industries Formal Informal Total Formal Informal TotalTourism connected industries 927428 18573663 19501091 935989 19431338 20367327Readymade garments 263761 7295562 7559323 263761 7555127 7818889Processed Food 173126 2928454 3101581 178206 3072799 3251005Tobacco products 49736 4096688 4146425 49692 4500148 4549840Beverages 131706 196925 328630 131706 210363 342068Travel related consumer goods 26436 629287 655723 26436 633927 660363Footwear 47386 405775 453161 47386 407292 454678Soaps, cosmetics and glycerin 63824 347608 411432 63824 353318 417142Gems and Jewellery 25376 1772456 1797831 25376 1780484 1805860Books, journals, magazines, 146077 900907 1046985 149603 917879 1067482stationery etc. Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  57. 57. Table 7: [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Researchinformal nature Employment by formal and (NCAER-CMCR)h Headcount Number of Jobs Industries Formal Informal Total Formal Informal TotalTourism Non-specific Industries 31248727 389136360 420385087 31485919 460266543 491752462Agriculture and Allied 185069 247002690 247187759 185079 294335115 294520194Mining, other manufacturing, 7714248 75137758 82852005 7829033 94656164 102485197construction, electricity, gas andwater supplyTrade 879656 38431008 39310664 880590 40799297 41679887Transport freight services 622623 7018106 7640729 622685 7758149 8380835All non-tourism specific services 21860493 21533437 43393930 21998574 22687775 44686349Total 35577584 426362893 461940477 35826960 499712434 535539394Total (in million) 36 426 462 36 500 536 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  58. 58. Table 8: Tourism gross fixed capital formation of tourism industries and other industries [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (Rs. In lakh) Gross fixed capital Net capital stock Industries formationAgriculture, forestry and fishing 17600549 187749400Mining, other manufacturing, construction,electricity, gas and water supply 86842864 789298046Trade 12991687 120390500Transport freight services 5126510 43851277 HeadcountAll non-tourism specific services 69046161 688494307Processed food products 1211480 9212111Beverages 869782 6642883Tobacco products 116436 1376658Readymade garments 1031668 2800455Printing and publishing 726380 3560162Leather footwear 201192 1964117Travel related consumer goods 67526 478936Soaps and cosmetics 423231 2874506 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  59. 59. Table 8: Tourism gross fixed capital formation of tourism industries and other industries [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h (Rs. In lakh) Gross fixed capital Net capital stock Industries formationGems and Jewellery 170603 1521725Railway passenger transport services 1154151 11655229Land passenger transport including via pipeline 2393063 18029140Water passenger transport 125598 946245Air passenger transport Headcount 200770 1512582Tourism related supporting and auxiliary transportactivities 113968 858628Hotels 1066940 7469154Restaurants 2000153 14002146Medical and health 2600426 20638927Renting of transport equipment 58244 637447Cultural and religious services 246266 1954551Sporting and recreational services 919151 7295068Total 207304800 1945214200 Wednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  60. 60. Table 9: Expenditure on Cultural, Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Services by Centre and [Pi NCAER Recreational and Religious Affairs States Governments ( Rs. crore ) (2009-10) govern gross ment Share interm fixed Curr Capit compensa final s and ediate capit subsi ent al LoanPurpose category tion of consum other consum al dies Trans Trans s employees ption equit ption form fers fers expendit y ation ure (4)=(2)+(1) (2) (3) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (3)7.1- Art and Cultural Affairs 1215 709 1924 739 1289 9Services7.2- Recreational and 1156 702 1858 919 5511 25 595Sporting Services7.3- Tourism Affairs and 218 848 1066 757 15 338 410 6Services7.4- Cultural, Recreationaland Religious Affairs 75 5 80 115 47 1Services n.e.c.Total - Cultural, Recreationaland Religious Affairs 2664 2264 4928 2530 15 7185 444 595 7ServicesWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  61. 61. Table 10.1: FOREIGN TOURIST ARRIVALS INResearch (NCAER-CMCR)h [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer INDIA ACCORDING TO MODE OF TRAVEL, 1996-2010 % Distribution by mode of travel Year Arrivals Air Sea Land 1996 2287860 98.5 0.1 1.4 1997 2374094 98.5 0 1.5 1998 2358629 98.5 0 1.5 1999 2481928 98.4 0 1.6 2000 2649378 98.5 0 1.5 2001 2537282 87.1 0.9 12.0 2002 2384364 81.9 0.6 17.5 2003 2726214 83.1 0.5 16.4 2004 3457477 85.6 0.5 13.9 2005 3918610 86.5 0.4 13.1 2006 4447167 87.1 0.6 12.3 2007 5081504 88.4 0.6 11.0 2008 5282603 89.1 0.7 10.2 2009 5167699 89.8 1.0 9.2 2010 5775692 91.8 0.7 7.5 Source: Bureau of Immigration, IndiaWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  62. 62. Table 10.2: MONTH-WISE FTAs for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h COMPARATIVE [Pi NCAER Centre IN INDIA DURING 2010 AND FIGURES OF 2009 & 2008 Month Foreign Tourist Arrivals(Nos.) Growth rate in FTAs Percentage Share 2008 2009 2010 2009/08 2010/09 2008 2009 2010 January 511781 481308 568719 -6.0 18.2 9.7 9.3 9.8 February 611493 489787 552152 -19.9 12.7 11.6 9.5 9.6 March 479765 442062 512152 -7.9 15.9 9.1 8.6 8.9 April 361101 347544 371956 -3.8 7.0 6.8 6.7 6.4 May 304361 305183 332087 0.3 8.8 5.8 5.9 5.7 June 341539 352353 384642 3.2 9.2 6.5 6.8 6.7 July 431933 432900 466715 0.2 7.8 8.2 8.4 8.1 August 383337 369707 422173 -3.6 14.2 7.2 7.1 7.3 September 341693 330707 369821 -3.2 11.8 6.5 6.4 6.4 October 450013 458849 507093 2.0 10.5 8.5 8.9 8.8 November 531683 541524 608178 1.9 12.3 10.0 10.5 10.5 December 533904 615775 680004 15.3 10.4 10.1 11.9 11.8 Total 5282603 5167699 5775692 -2.2 11.8 100.0 100.0 100.0 Source: Bureau of Immigration, IndiaWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  63. 63. [Pi NCAER Centre for Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h Table 10.3: Classification of FTAs in India according to purpose of visit, 2010 (%) Visiting Leisure, FTAs Business & Friends Medical Country of Nationality Holiday & Others (Numbers) Professional & Treatment Recreation Relatives North America 1173664 18.1 13.8 47.5 0.3 20.3 Central & South America 62728 26.9 30.9 20.9 0.3 21.0 Western Europe 1750342 22.4 29.0 28.6 0.2 19.9 Eastern Europe 227650 11.1 59.5 6.5 0.5 22.5 Africa 204525 18.6 21.6 29.1 5.4 25.3 West Asia 235317 15.4 22.6 22.3 7.5 32.2 South Asia 1047444 8.9 19.9 18.2 8.9 44.1 South East Asia 439043 18.7 33.7 24.8 0.7 22.1 East Asia 411947 53.0 17.5 11.1 0.1 18.4 Australasia 210275 19.7 23.7 40.1 0.3 16.3 Others 12087 3.0 14.2 4.9 0.1 77.8 Source: Bureau of Immigration, IndiaWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR
  64. 64. Table 10.4: Number offor Macro Consumer Research (NCAER-CMCR)h from India, [Pi NCAER Centre Indian nationals departures 1991 - 2010 No. of Indian Nationals Percentage change over the Year departures from India previous year 1991 1942707 -14.8 1992 2161301 11.3 1993 2733304 26.5 1994 2734830 0.1 1995 3056360 11.8 1996 3463783 13.3 1997 3725820 7.6 1998 3810908 2.3 1999 4114820 8.0 2000 4415513 7.3 2001 4564477 3.4 2002 4940244 8.2 2003 5350896 8.3 2004 6212809 16.1 2005 7184501 15.6 2006 8339614 16.1 2007 9783232 17.3 2008 10867999 11.1 2009 11066072 1.8 2010 12988001 17.4Source: Bureau of Immigration, IndiaWednesday, 26 September 2012 Copyright©, NCAER-CMCR

×