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Moves 12 Places up from 52nd to 40th Position in Competitive Index of World Economic Forum India ups its tourism ranking

India has moved 12 places up in Travel and Tourism Competitive Index (TTCI) of World Economic Forum from 52nd to 40th position. Rankings were released on 5th April 2017 and it was shared by Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State (I/C) for Tourism & Culture with the media persons. The tourism sector in the country has been on a growth trajectory. India’s ranking in the above mentioned index moved from 65rd position to 52nd position in 2015. Now India has moved up by another 12 positions and ranked at 40th position.  In all, in last three years India has cumulatively improved its ranking by 25 places.

Continuos improvement in last few yearsIndia ups its tourism ranking


India continues to charm international tourists with its vast cultural and natural resources with a ranking of 9th and 24th respectively which are the USP’s of Indian Tourism product. In terms of price competitiveness advantage, we are ranked 10th. India continues to enrich its cultural resources, protecting more cultural sites and intangible expressions through UNESCO World Heritage lists, and via a greater digital presence. In terms of International openness,  India is ranked 55th, up by 14 places. This has been possible through stronger visa policies. Implementing both visas on arrival and e-visas, has enabled India to rise through the ranks. The T&T sector benefited from improvements in the country's ground transport infrastructure, which has traditionally been a challenge (29th). India is taking small but important steps in the right direction. The Indian T&T sector presents significant opportunities that are yet to be reaped.

In-depth analysis by WEF in 136 economiesIndia ups its tourism ranking


The World Economic Forum has, for the past 11 years, engaged leaders in travel and tourism to carry out an in-depth analysis of the Travel and Tourism competitiveness of 136 economies across the world. The Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index measures “the set of factors and policies that enable the sustainable development of the travel and tourism sector, which in turn, contributes to the development and competitiveness of a country”.  The Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index enables all stakeholders to work together to improve the industry’s competitiveness in their national economies. 

 
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