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Relevance of tourism on economy of rajasthan

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main focus of presentation is relevant effect of tourism on economy of rajasthan & how different factors like education sector or nightlife are contributing are covered

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Relevance of tourism on economy of rajasthan

  1. 1. SOARING TOURISM AND ITS SOARING TOURISM AND ITS EFFECT ON ECONOMY OF RAJASTHAN SOARING TOURISM AND ITS ECONOMIC EFFECT IN RAJASTHAN
  2. 2. “THE WORLD IS BOOK AND THOSE WHO DO NOT TRAVEL READ ONLY ONE PAGE” -ST AUGUSTUS
  3. 3. RAVING TOURISM INDUSTRY Exponential growth Generated revenue US$ 3.4 trillion globally. Every 10th person employed in this industry. source :wikipedia
  4. 4. TOURISM IN INDIA ranks 44th in the top 60 destinations earning Rs.12000 Crores in foreign exchange 12.9 million jobs, thus providing 1 in 15 jobs in the country. source :wikipedia
  5. 5. TOURISM SCENARIO IN RAJASTHAN Tourist arrival increased four folds in last 30 years. 26.63 million tourist received in 2011-1226.63 million tourist received in 2011-12 Employs 0.1 million directly , 0.3 million indirectly contributing over Rs. 2000 crores Source : www.india.gov.in
  6. 6. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
  7. 7. IMPACTS OF TOURISM
  8. 8. IMPACT ON EDUCATION Introduction of new courses somehow related to tourism eg.- M.T.TMan Lead in sprucing skills & employment spurts indirectlyindirectly New establishment of edu. Institutes more MORE services req. MORE REVENUE
  9. 9. EMPLOYMENT TOURISM EDU. INSTITUTES
  10. 10. STIMULATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT Tourism can induce the local government to make infrastructure improvements such as better water and sewage systems, roads, electricity, telephone and public transportelectricity, telephone and public transport networks can improve the quality of life for residents as well as facilitate tourism
  11. 11. EMPLOYMENT GENERATION rapid expansion of international tourism has led to significant employment creation generate jobs directly through hotels,generate jobs directly through hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, taxis, and souvenir sales, and indirectly through the supply of goods and services needed by tourism-related businesses
  12. 12. FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNINGS Tourism is one of the top five export categories for as many as 83% of countries and is a mainfor as many as 83% of countries and is a main source of foreign exchange earnings for at least 38% districts of Rajasthan. source : wikipedia
  13. 13. RAJASTHAN: LAND OF KINGS Largest state Host aravalli ranges Thar desert in west
  14. 14. DOMESTIC VS FOREIGN TOURISTS 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Source : Google
  15. 15. Source : Google
  16. 16. AMER FORT Very popular among foreign tourist 5000 visitors per day 2 million visitors Generate 1.6 million US$ revenue. Identified by WMF as one one 100 endangered sities in world INR 40 crores were spent by ADA Source: india.gov.in
  17. 17. HERITAGE TOURISM best Forts and Palaces in the country. pioneer state in launching Heritage hotels. 39 recognized Heritage hotels in Rajasthan. Heritage hotel movement. source : raj. Tourism website
  18. 18. TOURIST TRANSPORT (RAIL) Major destinations in Rajasthan are already on the rail Map. special tourist trains for site seeing.special tourist trains for site seeing. Palace-On-Wheels running successfully. economy version of luxurious Palace-On-Wheels coming soon
  19. 19. TOURISM AND WILD-LIFE 23% natural vegetation cover 39 national parks and sanctuaries Sariska ,keoladeo ghana,ranthambhor very popular Aravalli rangeAravalli range source : raj. Tourism website
  20. 20. PROMOTING TOURISM Relaxations in existing acts & rules Following concept of e-governance forFollowing concept of e-governance for transparency Compromising revenues : following policy of “SOME PAINS WITH SOME GAINS”
  21. 21. ENCORINGNIGHTLIFE&&ITSECO.IMPACT
  22. 22. INCENTIVES BY CENTRAL GOVT. TFCI extends loan of Rs. 3 crores & above for hotels 3% interest subsidy on loans, even 5% subsidy for3% interest subsidy on loans, even 5% subsidy for specific areas 50% of profit derived from forex is exempted from hotels , tour operator source : report by govt. of india on raj. tourism
  23. 23. INCENTIVES BY STATE GOVT. Remission in Stamp Duty: 50% exemption in urban & 100% in rural areas Remission in Land Building Tax: 100%Remission in Land Building Tax: 100% exemption in Land & Building Tax Exemption in Luxury Tax: : for newly constructed hotels 50% exemption in urban & 100% in rural areas source : report by govt. of india on raj. tourism
  24. 24. SIMPLIFICATION OF LAND CONVERSION RULES Conversion of land for tourism units @ rates of industrial units in urban areas Same in rural areas done @ nominal cost of Re.1/-Same in rural areas done @ nominal cost of Re.1/- per sq. mtr. Concessions in Bar License Fees to Heritage hotels
  25. 25. RTDC AS CATALYST FOR TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Development of tourism related infrastructure. setting up hotels and other projects. Joint ventures with private parties for development of tourist sites
  26. 26. PROMOTION OF HANDICRAFTS AND COTTAGE INDUSTRIES rich and varied heritage of handicrafts. improve direct access of tourists to artisans A Handicraft Museum would also be set-up. RTDC will increase shopping arcades and set-up Shilpgrams at various tourist destinationsShilpgrams at various tourist destinations
  27. 27. NEGATIVE ECONOMIC IMPACTS OF TOURISM: 1. Leakage 2. Enclave tourism 3. Infrastructure cost3. Infrastructure cost 4. Increase in prices 5. Economic dependence 6. Seasonal character of jobs
  28. 28. THANK YOU Presented by- (1) Hemant Kumar (2) Divyanshu Chandak(1) Hemant Kumar (2) Divyanshu Chandak

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