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1、 india tourism statistics, 2019 Government of india ministry of tourism market research division oFFicErs oF marKEt rEsEarcH diVision associatEd WitH tHE PrEParation oF india tourism statistics, 2019 shri. P.c. cyriac additional director General sh. Fakhre alam director ms. aqsa ilahidy. director ms

2、. Kirti Gaikwaddy. director shri s.K. mohantaProgrammer smt. charu aroradEo Grade. “c” contEnts chapterPage chapter- 1important statistics on tourism 1 chapter-2inbound tourism7 2.1inbound tourism in india 7 Table 2.1.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs), Arrivals of Non-Resident Indians (NRI) and Inte

3、rnational Tourist Arrivals (ITAs) 1981-2018 7-8 Table 2.1.2 Month-wise break-up of Non Residents Indians (NRIs) Arrivals, 2016-2018 8 Table 2.1.3 Month-wise break-up of International Tourist Arrivals (ITAs) in India 2016-2018 9 Table 2.1.4 Nationality wise Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India 2016-2018

4、10-13 2.2Foreign tourist arrivals in india from different regions14 Table 2.2.1 Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India from different Regions of the World, 2016-2018 14-15 2.3seasonality in Foreign tourist arrivals in india15 Table 2.3.1 Month-wise number and percentage share of FTAs in India duri

5、ng,2016-2018 15-16 Table 2.3.2 Lean and Peak Months of FTAs in India from top 15 Countries during, 2018 16-17 Table 2.3.3 FTAs in India According to Quarter,2001-201817-18 Table 2.3.4 Nationality-wise and Quarter-wise Distribution of FTAs in India, 201818-21 2.4mode of travel of Foreign tourist arri

6、vals in india21 Table 2.4.1 FTAs in India According to Mode of Travel, 2001-201822-23 Table 2.4.2 Distribution of Nationality-wise FTAs in India by Mode of Travel , 2018 23-26 2.5Port of Entry of Foreign tourist arrivals in india26 Table 2.5.1 FTAs in India through Major Ports,2001-201827 Table 2.5.

7、2 Distribution of Nationality-wise of FTAs in India according to Major Port of Disembarkation, 2018 28-31 2.6Gender wise distribution of Foreign tourist arrivals in india31 Table 2.6.1 FTAs in India according to Gender,2001-201832 Table 2.6.2 Nationality-wise Gender wise Distribution of FTAs in Indi

8、a , 201833-35 2.7age wise distribution of Foreign tourist arrivals in india36 Table 2.7.1 FTAs in India according to Age-Group, 2001-2018 36 Table 2.7.2 Nationality-wise FTAs in India according to Age- Group,201837-40 2.8Foreign tourist arrivals in india according to Purpose41 Table 2.8.1 Distributi

9、on of Nationality wise FTAS in India according to Purpose 2018 41-44 2.9average duration of study of Foreign tourist arrivals in india45 Table 2.9.1 Nationality wise Average Duration of Stay of Foreign Tourist Arrivals in India, 2018 45-48 2.10top 15 source countries for Foreign tourist arrivals in

10、india49 Table 2.10.1 Top 15 Source Countries for FTAs in India during, 2017 1991- 2018 67 Table 2.11.2 Month-wise FEE from Tourism (Rs. Crore) in India during, 2016 -2018 67-68 Table 2.11.3 Month-wise FEE from Tourism (US$ Billion) in India during, 2016- 2018 68 chapter-3World tourism scenario and i

11、ndias Position in World71 3.1World Tourism Traffic71 Table 3.1.1 International Tourist Arrivals Worldwide and by Regions, 2016-201871-72 Table 3.1.2 International Tourist Arrivals in World and India , 2000-201872-73 Table 3.1.3 Share of Major Countries of the world in International Tourist Arrivals

12、in, 2017 Kolkata and ncHm-iH, noida 02B.Sc. in Hospitality Lucknow-Ayodhya- Lucknow; Gorakhpur-Kushinagar; Kushinagar- Gaya- Kushinaga in collaboration with MoRTH 17.935.38 3Uttar Pradesh Spiritual Circuit Development of Jewar-Dadri- Sikandrabad-Noida-Khurja-Banda 14.520.00 4Jharkhand Eco Circuit De

13、velopment of Dalma- Chandil- Getalsud- Betla national park- Mirchaiya- Netarhat 52.720.00 5Tripura North East circuit Development of SurmaCherra- Unakoti- Jampui Hills- Gunabati-Bhunaneshwari- Matabari- Neermahal- Boxanagar- Chottakhola- Pilak- Avangchaarra 65.000.00 6Punjab Heritage Circuit Develop

14、ment of Anandpur Sahib Fatehgarh Sahib Chamkaur Sahib Ferozpur Amritsar Khatkar Kalan Kalanour - Patiala 99.950.00 7Kerala Rural Circuit Development of Malanad Malabar Cruise Tourism Project 80.370.00 8Kerala Spiritual Circuit Development SivagiriSree Narayana Guru Ashram- Arruvipuram- KunnumparaSre

15、eSubrahmania- ChembazhanthiSree Narayana Gurukulam 69.470.00 9Kerala Spiritual Circuit Development of Kasaragod, Wayanad, Kannur, Kozhikode, Palakkad, Mallapuram, Thrichur, Ernakulam, Idukki, Kottayam, Allaphuza, Pathananamithitta, Kollam, Trivandrum 85.230.00 India Tourism Statistics, 2019Schemes o

16、f Ministry of Tourism144 sl. no.state/ut/ circuit name of the Projectamt. sanctioned amount released 10Meghalaya North East Circuit Development of West Khasi Hills (Nongkhlaw- KremTirot - Khudoi ministry of Health and Family Welfare As of now, there are 7.63 lakhs AYUSH doctors who are not recognize

17、d as general practitioners by MCI/NMC. Hence, by recognizing these AYUSH doctors as medical practitioners, India can increase its overall value in this indicator from 0.7 to 1.27. indicator 3.03: access to improved drinking water; ministry of drinking Water and sanitation Emulating Bihar State Gover

18、nments scheme of “Har Ghar nal Ka Jal”, in other states of India which can significantly increase Indias value while ensuring safe and clean drinking water to all residents. indicator 3.04: Hospital beds; ministry of Health and Family Welfare At present, India is only providing the database of gover

19、nment hospital beds for calculation of this indicators value. Private hospital beds quantity, which constitutes a large portion of the total strength, goes unaccounted. Hence, a centralized database should be developed for both government and private hospitals which can be done by following Australi

20、as model where it is mandatory to register a private hospital under a central database system. India Tourism Statistics, 2019Survey/Studies152 2. Pillar 4: Human resource and Labour market indicator 4.04: treatment of customers; ministry of consumer affairs, Food and Publications distribution Reduct

21、ion of the pendency rate of consumer dispute cases by establishing new circuit benches as only 13 circuit benches are currently operating in the country. Additionally, feedback from consumers who were victims of fraud or received improper service could be taken to analyze current loopholes in custom

22、er service provision in our country. indicator 4.05: Hiring and Firing Practices; ministry of Labour ministry of skill development and Entrepreneurship The entire skill training program can be aligned with demands of the industries by partnering with companies to provide training under Skill India.

23、For this purpose, companies should be considered as training stakeholders under Skill India. 3. Pillar 5: ict readiness indicator 5.04: Broadband internet subscribers; ministry of communication According to WEFs methodology, this indicators score depends upon number of broadband subscribers per 100

24、population. Therefore, Wi-Fi hotspots at tourist sites should be installed by adopting a phase wise strategy with an aim to cover all Tier-I towns in Phase 1, all Tier-II towns in Phase 2 and so on. This would significantly increase the total count of Broadband internet subscribers in India. indicat

25、or 5.07: mobile network coverage; ministry of communication Mobile network coverage is defined as percentage of inhabitants who are within range of a mobile cellular signal, irrespective of whether they are subscribers as stated by WEF. However, currently total penetration of towers in rural areas i

26、s only 58%. Hence, Boost Installation of telecom towers should be executed on government premises in rural areas. Additionally, incentive can be provided to Telecom Service Providers (TSPs) to encourage them to increase telecom towers in rural areas. 4. Pillar 6: Prioritization of travel and tourism

27、 indicator 6.01: Government prioritization of travel and tourism industry; ministry of tourism Post analyzing the official Incredible Indias website and mobile application, it can be concluded that both require immediate rework on their marketing strategy as they are unable to attract traffic. Both

28、lack in providing a multi lingual feature and the website is in urgent need of search engine optimization. indicator 6.02: t ministry of tourism Subscribe to Digital Demand - D2 tool to gain access to cluster of touristic searches as it gives insights on the popularity of a tourist destination, what

29、 tourist are searching for at a destination, seasonality trend and target market. This tool would facilitate as a surveillance system in continuously measuring the impact of marketing campaign. The client list of this tool consists of national tourism organizations of Sweden, Portugal, Germany, Finl

30、and, Costa Rica, Norway, European Travel Commission etc. 6. Pillar 7: international openness indicator 7.01: Visa requirements; ministry of Home affairs Extension of e-visa facility to countries/territories that are providing exemption from visa/visa on arrival/e-visa facility to Indian passport hol

31、ders. Countries such as Maldives, Northern Cyprus, Reunion, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, British Virgin Island, Ethiopia, Togo, Niue, Guinea-Bissau are providing visa on arrival to Indian passport holders. However, passport holders of these countries are still required to follow the traditional method of

32、 acquiring visa. 7. Pillar 9: Environmental sustainability indicator 9.03: sustainability of travel and tourism industry development;ministry of tourism Promotion of sustainable rural tourism in India by taking advantage of Globally Important Agricultural Heritage sites (GIAHs) recognized by Food an

33、d Agriculture Organization (FAO) (For example: Darjeeling System, Sikkim Himalayan Agriculture, Saffron Heritage in J ministry of Environment, Forest and climate change Drafting and implementation of a scheme “Clean Air Mission” on similar lines as “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan” on the national level is re

34、quired to combat air pollution. This Clean Air Mission CAMINDIA scheme will aim to implement government policies formed specifically for air pollution mitigation across several ministries dealing with transport, power, construction, agriculture, rural development, and environment, as well as across

35、city and state jurisdictions. indicator 9.09: Wastewater treatment;ministry of Water resources, river development and Ganga rejuvenation There are 746 Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) in India out of which 224 STPs are either non- operational or are under maintenance. India should resurrect those 224

36、STPs on urgent basis so more wastewater could be treated. 8. Pillar 10: air transport infrastructure indicator 10.01: Quality of air transport infrastructure;ministry of civil aviation indicator 10.02: available seat kilometers, domestic; ministry of civil aviation India Tourism Statistics, 2019Surv

37、ey/Studies154 indicator 10.03: available seat kilometers, international; ministry of civil aviation indicator 10.04: aircraft departures; ministry of civil aviation indicator 10.05: airport density; ministry of civil aviation indicator 10.06: number of operating airlines; ministry of civil aviation

38、Formation of a centrally located Maintenance, Repair and Overhauling (MRO) hub within India with a balanced taxation regime that could help contain the cost of maintenance of aircrafts which otherwise are being serviced at foreign countries like Singapore. Incorporation of Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF

39、) that contributes a third of a carriers costs within the ambit of the goods and services tax (GST) where ATF can be classified in the highest GST slab of 28 percent which is 12 percent less than the current 40 percent (including both central and state levies) tax on ATF. Thus, a policy intervention

40、 by GOI can create a brighter path for aviation industry. 9. Pillar 11: Ground and Port infrastructure indicator11.01: Quality of roads; ministry of road transport ministry of railways As per Indian Railways methodology, urban rail transits (metro rail) are not considered while calculating railroad

41、density. Hence, inclusion of growing metro rail tracks in this calculation would increase Indias rank in this indicator. indicator11.06: Quality of Port infrastructure; ministry of shipping Investment in infrastructure to reduce a vessels Turn-Around-Time (TAT) should be made. This would improve the

42、 overall performance of the ports thereby improving ports infrastructure quality. Indicator 11.07: Ground Transport Efficiency; Ministry of Road Transport ministry of tourism According to WEFs methodology, this indicators score depends upon number of hotel rooms per 100 population. Currently there i

43、s no system in place to verify the total number of hotels in India. However, every hotel must get itself registered at the local police station. Hence, a central database depository can be maintained with the help of State Police Departments through which actual count of hotel rooms can be identifie

44、d 11. Pillar 13: natural resources indicator 13.02: total known species; ministry of Environment, Forest and climate change India Tourism Statistics, 2019155Survey/Studies WEF consider IUCNs database for this indicator. Upon comparing this with Zoological Survey of India (ZSIs) database, 181 species

45、 were found to be missing from Indias list in IUCNs database. MoEF should contact IUCN to get clarification regarding the said disparity. 12. Pillar14: cultural resources and Business travel indicator: 14.02: oral and intangible cultural heritage; ministry of culture UNESCOs Intangible Cultural Heri

46、tage (ICH) nomination committee give priority to elements which are registered under (i.) Urgent Safeguarding (ii.) Best Safeguarding Practice and (iii.) Multi-national elements. Hence, India should focus on registering more elements that lie under above-mentioned priorities as this would increase o

47、ur chance to get more elements enlisted under UNESCOs ICH list. indicator:14.03: number of large sports stadiums; ministry of Youth affairs and sports As per WEFs methodology, stadiums with a capacity larger than 20,000 seats are considered. India has 42 stadiums which have seating capacity exactly

48、equal to 20,000 and these are not considered by WEF. Therefore, even increasing a single seat in these stadiums would increase Indias rank in this indicator. indicator:14.04: number of international associations meetings; ministry of tourism indicator:14.05 cultural and entertainment tourism digital

49、 demand; ministry of tourism Destination marketing organizations (DMOs) and region level bureaus are important for Meeting, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) tourism since they are responsible for promoting the country nationally and internationally as a business event destination. Focus should be on assisting Indian Convention Promotion Bureau (ICPB) in gaining access to International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) membership as DMO and establishing city/region level bureaus. conclusion 1. The stu

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