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National Tourism
Organization
• It executes the national government's
responsibilities for the control, direction
and promotion of tourism.
• All countries, engaged in tourism, have a NTO
which plays a leading role in both the formulation
and implementation of t...
• It is also responsible for coordinating different
activities of all the bodies interested in tourism
development.
The national tourist organization may be a full-
fledged ministry,directorate general, a department,
corporation or board.
Its arrangement and constitution depends
on factors like political structure of the
country, the level of economic develo...
Functions of NTO
• Research: - A basic function of NTO is the
research of tourism potential in the country
(natural and ma...
• Information and promotion within the
country: - To provide important and accurate
up to date information to the tourists...
• Regularization and standards of lodging and
restaurants: - To ensure the maintenance of
appropriate standards of quality...
• Control of activities of private travel
agencies: - To ensure the appropriate
standards of quality and services of the t...
• Publicity over-seas: - It includes
advertisements for publicity of all kinds (print
media, electronic media) public rela...
• International relations: - To develop
international understanding while bringing
diverse people face to face, develop so...
Four broad areas:
• 1. Administration
• 2. Production
• 3. Marketing
• 4. Financial
Ministry of Tourism
• The Ministry of Tourism, a branch of the
Government of India, is the apex body for
formulation and administration of the...
• This Ministry is headed by the Union
Minister for Tourism and supported by
Minister of State for Tourism.
TOURISM
MINISTER(INDIA)
• As of 29th October
2012 head of the
ministry is Dr. K.
Chiranjeevi
Secretary
• Sh.Parvez
Dewan
• Directorate General of Tourism has a field
formation of 20 offices within the country
and 14 offices abroad and one sub-...
Role and functions of the
ministry of tourism
It plays a crucial role in coordinating
and supplementing the efforts of the...
• The Ministry of Tourism has five Regional offices
located at:-
1. Kolkata (East)
2. Mumbai (West)
3. Delhi (North)
4. Ch...
• These are headed by an officer of the level of
Deputy Director General designated as Regional
Director.
• Each Regional ...
The Ministry of Tourism has six Regional
Overseas offices located at:-
1.Sydney,
2.Frankfurt,
3.Tokyo,
4.Dubai,
5. London
...
There are seven sub-regional offices located at :-
1.Toronto,
2.Paris,
3.Milan
4.Amsterdam
5.Los Angeles
6.Johannesburg
7....
The main function of these 13 offices is to
carry out
Overseas Marketing
Position India in the tourism generating
market...
ITDC
India Tourism Development Corporation
Introduction
• The India Tourism Development Corporation
Limited (ITDC) is an Hospitality, retail and
Education company ow...
History of
ITDC
ITDC came into existence in 1st
October 1966
AIMS
• Progressive Development
• Promotion
• Expansion of Tourism in the country
Objectives
• To construct, take over and
manage existing hotels and
market hotels, Beach Resorts,
Travelers' Lodges/Restau...
• To produce, distribute, tourist publicity
material
• To render consultancy-cum-managerial
services in India and abroad.
• To carry on the business as Full-Fledged
Money Changers (FFMC), restricted
money changers etc.
ITDC Divisions
• Ashok Group of Hotels
• International Duty Free Trade
• Ashok Travels & Tours (ATT)
• Ashok Creative's
• ...
• Presently, ITDC has a network of 8 Ashok Group of
Hotels
• 5 Joint Venture Hotels,
• 2 Restaurants (including one Airpor...
State Tourism Development Corporations
in India
• Every state in India promotes tourism
through a separate tourism departm...
Travel Association of
India
• TAAI
• TAFI
• IATO
• ADTOI
• ATOAI
• ATTOI
• OTOAI
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  1. 1. National Tourism Organization
  2. 2. • It executes the national government's responsibilities for the control, direction and promotion of tourism.
  3. 3. • All countries, engaged in tourism, have a NTO which plays a leading role in both the formulation and implementation of the government’s tourism programme.
  4. 4. • It is also responsible for coordinating different activities of all the bodies interested in tourism development.
  5. 5. The national tourist organization may be a full- fledged ministry,directorate general, a department, corporation or board.
  6. 6. Its arrangement and constitution depends on factors like political structure of the country, the level of economic development, potential value of tourism to the economy and the level of tourism development.
  7. 7. Functions of NTO • Research: - A basic function of NTO is the research of tourism potential in the country (natural and man-made both).
  8. 8. • Information and promotion within the country: - To provide important and accurate up to date information to the tourists visiting country or at various place.
  9. 9. • Regularization and standards of lodging and restaurants: - To ensure the maintenance of appropriate standards of quality and services of hotels and restaurants.
  10. 10. • Control of activities of private travel agencies: - To ensure the appropriate standards of quality and services of the travel agents in terms of efficiency, comfort, economy and protection is maintained.
  11. 11. • Publicity over-seas: - It includes advertisements for publicity of all kinds (print media, electronic media) public relation, distribution of print material.
  12. 12. • International relations: - To develop international understanding while bringing diverse people face to face, develop social cultural values/understandings among all the people of the world making friends to set a good image of the country at international level.
  13. 13. Four broad areas: • 1. Administration • 2. Production • 3. Marketing • 4. Financial
  14. 14. Ministry of Tourism
  15. 15. • The Ministry of Tourism, a branch of the Government of India, is the apex body for formulation and administration of the rules, regulations and laws relating to the development and promotion of tourism in India.
  16. 16. • This Ministry is headed by the Union Minister for Tourism and supported by Minister of State for Tourism.
  17. 17. TOURISM MINISTER(INDIA) • As of 29th October 2012 head of the ministry is Dr. K. Chiranjeevi
  18. 18. Secretary • Sh.Parvez Dewan
  19. 19. • Directorate General of Tourism has a field formation of 20 offices within the country and 14 offices abroad and one sub- ordinate office/project i.e. Indian Institute of Skiing and Mountaineering (IISM)/ Gulmarg Winter Sports Project.
  20. 20. Role and functions of the ministry of tourism It plays a crucial role in coordinating and supplementing the efforts of the State/Union Territory Governments, catalyzing private investment, strengthening promotional and marketing efforts and in providing trained manpower resources
  21. 21. • The Ministry of Tourism has five Regional offices located at:- 1. Kolkata (East) 2. Mumbai (West) 3. Delhi (North) 4. Chennai (South) 5. Guwahati (North East).
  22. 22. • These are headed by an officer of the level of Deputy Director General designated as Regional Director. • Each Regional Officer (called RD Office) has sub regional officers in their jurisdiction, totaling 15 in number.
  23. 23. The Ministry of Tourism has six Regional Overseas offices located at:- 1.Sydney, 2.Frankfurt, 3.Tokyo, 4.Dubai, 5. London 6.New York
  24. 24. There are seven sub-regional offices located at :- 1.Toronto, 2.Paris, 3.Milan 4.Amsterdam 5.Los Angeles 6.Johannesburg 7.Singapore
  25. 25. The main function of these 13 offices is to carry out Overseas Marketing Position India in the tourism generating markets as a preferred tourism destination. To promote various Indians tourism products, etc.
  26. 26. ITDC India Tourism Development Corporation
  27. 27. Introduction • The India Tourism Development Corporation Limited (ITDC) is an Hospitality, retail and Education company owned by Government of India, under Ministry of Tourism
  28. 28. History of ITDC ITDC came into existence in 1st October 1966
  29. 29. AIMS • Progressive Development • Promotion • Expansion of Tourism in the country
  30. 30. Objectives • To construct, take over and manage existing hotels and market hotels, Beach Resorts, Travelers' Lodges/Restaurants.
  31. 31. • To produce, distribute, tourist publicity material • To render consultancy-cum-managerial services in India and abroad.
  32. 32. • To carry on the business as Full-Fledged Money Changers (FFMC), restricted money changers etc.
  33. 33. ITDC Divisions • Ashok Group of Hotels • International Duty Free Trade • Ashok Travels & Tours (ATT) • Ashok Creative's • Ashok Consultancy & Engineering Services (AC&ES) • Catering Units • Sound & Light Show • The Ashok Institute of Hospitality & Tourism Management (AIH&TM) • Event Management
  34. 34. • Presently, ITDC has a network of 8 Ashok Group of Hotels • 5 Joint Venture Hotels, • 2 Restaurants (including one Airport Restaurant- (Ashok Lounge Delhi Airport) • 9 Duty Free Shops at International as well as Domestic Airports. • Two Sound & Light Shows.
  35. 35. State Tourism Development Corporations in India • Every state in India promotes tourism through a separate tourism department which typically has information portals (website), run hotels, packaged tours etc. • For ex:-RTDC,KTDC,HPTDC
  36. 36. Travel Association of India • TAAI • TAFI • IATO • ADTOI • ATOAI • ATTOI • OTOAI

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