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Evolution of tourism in India and The advancement of Tourism in India since the Independence

Presented by Abhishek

INTRODUCTION

HOW TOURISM REVIVE AFTER COVID

CONCLUSION

PLANS FOR TOURISM IN INDIA

INDEX

Contribution of Tourism to Indian Economy

Impacts of COVID - 19 Pandemic

INTRODUCTION

India was known to be a beautiful country especially for the beauty of the monuments which were made during ancient periods as well as medieval times. During ancient times there were so many monuments like Buddhist caves and refined temples with unique stones and also civilizations..

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Planning for Indian tourism began after the country's independence. In 1945, Sir John Sargent served as the committee's chair. He was the government of India's educational advisor at the time. Following that, India underwent systematic tourism growth. Planning for Indian tourism began after the country's independence. In 1945, Sir John Sargent served as the committee's chair. He was the government of India's educational advisor at the time. Following that, India underwent systematic tourism growth. The second and third five-year plans have evolved the tourism planning methodology. The sixth five-year plan strongly emphasises using tourism as a tool for economic growth, social integration, and upholding peace. After the 1980s, the tourist sector proliferated as a source of jobs, revenue, foreign exchange, and leisure activity. The government has promoted the tourist industry through many vital actions.The National Committee on Tourism was established by the Indian Planning Commission in 1986 to create a future plan for the tourism industry. Additional tax exemptions on foreign exchange profits from tourism were among the concessions the central government announced for the industry. With a capital fund of Rs. 100 crores, the Tourism Development Finance Corporation was established in 1987 to provide commercial financing for the tourist sector. Another important National Action plan for Tourism was announced in 1992.

PLANS FOR TOURISM IN INDIA AND THE FIVE YEARS PLANS FORMULATED BY INDIAN GOVERNMENT FOR UPGRADING TOURISM SECTOR OF INDIA

Contribution of Tourism to the Indian Economy

India's travel and tourism sector contributed 7% of the country's GDP ($15.7 trillion, or $212 billion) in 2019, but that figure dropped to just 4.3% ($9.2 trillion, or $124 billion) in 2020, a startling 41.7% decrease.The sector's economic contribution to the country might increase by 1% from 2019 to almost $15.9 trillion (the U.S. $215 billion) in 2022. With an 8.3% increase in employment this year, there will be close to 35 million jobs in the travel and tourism industry. The prediction also shows that during the next ten years, the industry is predicted to add more than 24 million employment or more than 2.4 million new positions annually. The sector provided more than 40 million jobs in 2019, but that number dropped to a little over 29 million in 2020 as the Covid pandemic decimated the industry. Its contribution to GDP increased 43.6% from the previous year to $178 billion (or 13.2 trillion) in the most recent year.

CONTRIBUTION FROM 1947 TO 1990

CHANGES MADE BY GOVT AFTER 1990

TOURISM ECONOMY FROM 200O TO 2020TOURISM ECONOMY AFTER COVID

BAR GRAPH SHOWING INCREASE AND DECREASE RATE OF TOURISM ECONOMY

Impacts of COVID - 19 Pandemic

coronavirus pandemic globally hit the travel and tourism industry in the worst possible way. Every aspect of the tourism industry, be it aviation, hotels, transportation, tour guides, or restaurants, all have been impacted negatively. India's situation is not much different. A fall in tourist movements or arrivals began as early as February 2020. Also, there were unavoidable job losses in both the formal and informal sectors. About 21.5 million people in the tourism industry have lost their jobs due to the three waves of COVID-19.

A situation of economic disaster was caused by the lockdown, which disturbed the lives of billions of people. The Indian companies' revenue during a half-year period was only 24.80% of what it was during the half-year. The loss of income over six months is equal to Rs. 23636.27 Crore, roughly equivalent to the nominal GDP of Manipur or the state of Arunachal Pradesh for the 2017–18 fiscal year. The loss incurred during the half-year post-Covid equates to 75.20% of the preceding half-year. Companies' net loss for that half-year period equals 74.70% of their income for the current half-year. There are thousands of small, unorganised travel and tourist service companies in India. Numerous people working in this sector were seriously impacted, and many still struggle to support themselves

HOW TOURISM REVIVE AFTER COVID

Worldwide travellers to Asia are set to rise by 100% between 2022 and 2023

Flight bookings to the area, particularly to India, are also increasing, demonstrating the re-establishing confidence of people in air travel in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

Hotels have also been capitalising on the growing travel trend by creating all-inclusive packages and deals. These efforts will encourage customers to pack their bags and travel internationally like they used to back in the day.

The policy makers inattentive to the new development occurring rapidly in this sector. Proper planning and infrastructure development need to be done for the new types of tourism like wellness tourism, culinary tourism, sustainable tourism, eco-tourism, and many more.

CONCLUSION

In the end, I would like to conclude that if India can harness its advantages in this sector, the day is not far when tourism will become one of the strongest pillars of the Indian economy. Since the world has celebrated Tourism Day on the last to last 27 September, with the theme of "Rethinking Tourism".

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