Tourism as a Development Strategy in Micro Regions of India

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Tourism as a development strategy in micro regions of India

Tourism as a Development Strategy in Micro Regions of India

Introduction

Tourism as a Development Strategy in Micro Regions of India not only creates jobs in the tertiary sector, it also encourages growth in the primary and secondary sectors of industry. The development of the tourism industry requires tourism planning. Tourism Planning leads to tourism development. Tourism Planning is the process of tourism development. Planning refers to methods and means used in making decisions about the future. Tourism Planning helps in problem-solving and arriving at decisions which help planner in achieving desired objectives. Because tourism is a growing industry, many countries see tourism promotion as a strategy for growth. In addition to creating growth in the tertiary sector, the creation of tourism can also have a positive multiplier effect and also generate growth in the primary and secondary sectors. Not only does tourism create jobs in the tertiary sector, but it also promotes growth in the industry’s primary and secondary sectors. This is known as the multiplier effect that is how many times the money spent by a tourist circulates through the economy of a country in its simplest form.

Tourism planning in India was started after independence. The Task Group points out that given the way Indian democ- racy is evolving, the role of social audit is not only important but necessary. Thereafter systematic tourism development took place in India. The Task Group points out that given the way Indian democ- racy is evolving, the role of social audit is not only important but necessary.

 

Name of the Project   : Tourism as a Development Strategy in Micro Regions of India

Project Cost                : $ 35

Delivery Time             :  Within 48 hours

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