REFORMS IN INDIAN TOURISM INDUSTRY ARE ENHANCING MODI GOVERNMENT’S ACHIEVEMENTS
TOURISM MINISTER PRAHLAD SINGH PATEL HAS TAKEN AMAZING STEPS
Under the guidelines and vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the cultural and tourism minister Prahlad Singh Patel is taking amazing steps in the tourism industry of India. He has aims to provide immense employment opportunities and to make significant contributions to India’s economy within the next five years.
‘Bharat Parv’ a five–day festival is organized in this regard with the objective to encourage Indians to visit different tourism places of India and to inculcate the spirit of ‘Dekho Apna Desh’. The central theme of this year’s Bharat Parv is ‘Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat’ and ‘Celebrating 150 Years of Mahatma’.
Modi Government and Tourism ministry is running a scheme of “National Tourism Awards” with various categories, for honoring those who are performing outstandingly in their fields, from travel agents to hotel managements, etc.
For the promotion of Indian culture and heritage, Honorable Tourism minister Prahlad Singh Patel has launched a multi-lingual Incredible India website in Arabic, Chinese, Spanish, English and Hindi language, that is itself a great achievement of Modi government.
It is the Modi Government’s achievement and Patel’s hard work that Taj Mahal will be available to visit after sunset for all the tourists, from all over the world. Moreover, they have opened a baby care center or feeding room for providing a facility to all mother tourists.
For promoting Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh as a travel destination, Tourism minister is working hard as he has a goal of breaking schemas associated with this region.
Through the “Hunar se Rozgar Tek” program, the Ministry of Tourism provides guidelines or visions to the various vocational or training institutes.
Besides all the above mentioned steps, the India Tourism Development Corporation is playing a vital role in providing the solutions for tourism industry development and bringing innovations at various sectors of tourism.
Visit http://tourism.gov.in for more information.