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'Viability Gap Scheme for Revenue Generating Tourism Projects' to promote Public Private Partnership (PPP)

Posted : 08 August 2018 03:57:30 | By TWO Bureau | New Delhi

'Viability Gap Scheme for Revenue Generating Tourism Projects' to promote Public Private Partnership (PPP)

The Ministry under the scheme of Assistance to Large Revenue Generating Projects, now renamed as'Viability Gap Scheme for Revenue Generating Tourism Projects' promotes Public Private Partnership (PPP) in tourism infrastructure development in case of Revenue Generating Tourism Projects which include Tourist Trains, Inter-Island/ Intra-Island/ Inland Waterway Ferries, Sea Cruise Vessels, Convention Centre’s, Rope-ways/Cable Cars/Funicular Rail, Theme Parks, Amusement Parks, Ski-Cable, Heli-Tourism, Spas. At present there is no project where PPP model is used to develop tourism under this Scheme.

 

The “Adopt a Heritage Project” of Ministry of Tourism also envisages collaborating with the private sector companies, public sector companies and individuals for development of tourist amenities at the various natural/cultural heritage sites, monuments and other tourist sites to make them tourist friendly.

 

This information was given by the Minister of State (I/C) for Tourism K. J. Alphons, in a written reply in Rajya Sabha




Tags : Viability Gap, Scheme, Revenue Generating, Tourism, Projects, Private Partnership, TravelWorldOnline


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