India is having countless varieties like cultural, traditional, historical, heritage, wildlife, adventures and mysterious destinations for tourists. India’s rich tradition of heritage has formed wonderful architectural flairs, temple cities and towns with other fascinating glorious monuments. India’s Hills and mountains offer some of the finest sites in the world to chill out and revitalize the mind, body, and soul. The vast coastline offers an enthralling experience of beach tourism. So in a true sense, India offers the dynamic capacities of ‘GLORIOUS INDIA’ heaven for all kinds of tourists.

Indian tourism is vast and diverse, it requires professionally expert publics to develop, promote, plan and advertise the tourism resources in the global competitive market. Tourism and education are the main concerns of most of the developed nations in the world. Emerging countries and low developed countries also planning for their tourism in the knowledge-based society. Managerial efficiencies and effectiveness are the need of the hour in modern tourism to cater to the needs of experienced, enriched and IT-based tourist communities. Therefore, quality education, industry-institute partnership, collaboration with consultants, a rethinking vocational education, higher education, research, and training in the field have to incorporate for the smooth functioning of the tourism industry.

Tourism is a major social and economic reflection of a country, it is essential for peace and harmony, social and economic development, entrepreneurship and in generating employment. It is also an important activity for actual interaction, social uplift of the lower class and also environmental conservation through eco and sustainable Tourism. Indian tourism resources have become one of the major attractions to the international tourist community on a big scale. The success of tourism seriously depends upon the effective and proficient manpower. Proper training and education can only provide skillful professionals in emerging fields like tourism. Tourism is a new and developing field and needs more awareness of the importance & positive impacts of tourism.

DO’S
Must dispose of all non-degradable litter such as empty bottles, tins, plastic bags in dustbins only
Maintain the purity of holy sites, temples, and local cultures
Cut noise pollution. Do not blare loud music or other equipment in nature resorts, and wildlife parks
Cover campsite temporary toilets with mud or sand, after defecation
Make temporary toilets 30 meters away from the water source
Ask for prior permission before taking a photograph and respect people’s privacy while clicking

DON’TS
Do not take away flora in the forms of cuttings, seeds or roots. It is illegal
Do not use pollutants such as detergent, in streams or springs while washing and bathing
Do not leave cigarettes butts or make open fires in the forests
Do not consume aerated drinks, alcohol, drugs or any other intoxicant and throw bottles in the wild
Do not tempt the locals, especially children by offering them foodstuff or sweets. Respect local traditions
Plastics bags are non-biodegradable and unhealthy for the environment and must not use