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Economics of tourism in mizoram: a swot analysis

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Dr. K. Adak and Dr. PradyutGuha
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

One of the leading sectors in current global business is tourism, responsible for significant proportion of world production, trade, employment and investment, helping inflow of foreign exchange and FDI. Although India’s share in global tourism remained meager till early part of last decade however the sector has taken rapid strides in recent years by attracting national and international visitors in number, contributing towards countries GDP, employment generation, etc. The geographical diversity in terms of climate, culture, flora and fauna, nature (snow capped mountain ranges to desert, plain, rainforests, hills and plateaus, white water rivers, wild life, historical temples and monuments and its colorful people and culture) across various regions are amazing for attracting tourist in India. India’s North East region is a virgin unexplored terrain with vast tourism potential in the form of wild life sanctuaries, holy shrines, lush green tea gardens, adventure tourism assets, diverse cultural heritage, multi faceted fairs & festivals, world famous Buddhist monasteries etc. However, the difficult terrain with transport bottlenecks, limited alternative for tourist accommodation, wayside amenities, poor law and order condition has constrained promotion of tourism in India’s North East region so far. The 4th sectorial summit of N.E.C primarily addressed the issues on the problems on the way of promotion of tourism in N.E region and has taken initiative in support with Ministry of Tourism and DoNER. Mizoram is a mountainous state nestling in the southern tip of the north-east region of India. Important tourism attraction is verdant forests cover dominated by thick bamboo groves, teeming with vibrant wildlife, sheer cliffs and breath-taking waterfalls, dotted with unique landmarks of myriad folklores and picturesque villages of houses built on stilts, a land of dramatic seas of morning mists that enfold islands of hills and peaks, pleasant weather. Present study attempts to understand the influence of tourism on the GDP of the Mizoram considering different related factors, the paper will also throw some light on the growth of tourism in the state.

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