Tourism Industry in India: Prospective, Issues and Challenges


Tourism Industry in India: Prospective, Issues and Challenges


Dr. Ajay Singh Yadav

Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Unity Degree College, Lucknow


International Journal of Industrial and Business ManagementTourism becomes the perfect vehicle for inclusive growth of society and positively contributes to the development and poverty alleviation. Travel industry has the potential to change lives and way of approach to people. Present study analyses the issues, challenges and perspectives of tourism industry in India. Analytical-cum- descriptive research design is used in present study, in which secondary sources are used to gather information. Study concluded that although tourism industry in India has registered of positive growth since last decade, but there are many lacunae. Tourism industry in India is growing and it has vast potential for generating employment and earning large amount of foreign exchange besides giving a fillip to the country’s overall economic and social development. Eco-tourism needs to be promoted so that tourism in India helps in preserving and sustaining the diversity of the India’s natural and cultural environments. Tourism in India should be developed in such a way that it accommodates and entertains visitors in a way that is minimally intrusive or destructive to the environment. If we look at the way other countries present their tourism statistics and the details included, we have a long way to go, though there has been a reasonable improvement with regard to international tourism data collection.


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Ajay Singh Yadav.Tourism Industry in India: Prospective, Issues and Challenges. International Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 2018; 2:6. DOI:10.28933/ijibm-2018-02-2301


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