Tourism Ministry has recently revised Guidelines for Scheme of Market Development Assistance (MDA) to promote Domestic Tourism

Ministry of Tourism

Tourism Ministry has recently revised Guidelines for Scheme of Market Development Assistance (MDA) to promote Domestic Tourism: Sh G. Kishan Reddy
Domestic Tourism
Ministry of Tourism is planning targeted programmes in order to boost domestic tourism throughout the country. The Ministry has undertaken the following activities/ initiatives to promote Domestic Tourism:

i.  Dekho Apna Desh Webinars.

ii. Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat: various activities like road shows, Fam trips, B2B Meetings, Quiz                programmes, webinars between paired States / UTs to promote Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat.

iii .Aerial photography of key cities and cultural assets (Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, Bengaluru,         Udupi, Aurangabad, Iconic Tourist sites) across the country during lockdown.

iv. Regular consultations with industry stakeholders on issues related to opening up of Tourism sector.

v. Handling of tourists, protocols of safety and security, services standards etc.

vi. Domestic Tourism Promotion Campaign through Webinars, social media and other digital platforms.

vii. Dekho Apna Desh Campaign has been the mainstay of Domestic Promotion. The main focus is to          rebuild the trust of the domestic & international travellers in terms of India being safe destination to        travel in post Covid Scenario.

The Ministry of Tourism has revised the Guidelines for Scheme of Market Development Assistance (MDA) for promotion of Domestic Tourism in November 2020 to enhance the scope and reach of the scheme. As per the guidelines, the stakeholders are provided with financial support for the promotion of Domestic Tourism. Additional promotional activities have been incorporated including online promotions and the extent of financial assistance permissible has been enhanced. Tourism Departments of State Governments / UT Administrations are also now eligible for obtaining financial support under the scheme.

Development and promotion of Tourist Sites/Destinations is primarily the responsibility of State Governments/UT Administrations. However, Ministry of Tourism provides financial assistance to States/UTs for development of tourist destinations based on detailed project reports submitted by them.

Ministry of Finance, GoI has recently announced new loan guarantee to more than 11,000 registered Tourist Guide/Travel and Tourism Stakeholders, so that they could discharge their liabilities and restart business impacted due to COVID-19. Loan will be provided with 100% guarantee upto the following limits:

•Rs. 10,00,000 for TTS (per agency)

•Rs. 1,00,000 for tourist guides licensed at Regional or State Level

This information was given by Minister of TourismShri G. Kishan Reddyin a written reply in Lok Sabha today.

Source: pib

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