GKV Rao, IAS, C&MD, ITDC urges on the need to encourage ‘responsible tourism’ at the ‘Meet in India’ Roadshow


New Delhi, 30th March, 2021: With an objective to promote India as a MICE Destination, Ministry of Tourism, in association with Madhya Pradesh Tourism and India Convention Promotion Bureau organised a three days roadshow – ‘Meet in India’ at the Chhatrasal Convention Centre, Khajuraho.

Addressing the govt. officials and tourism experts at the meet, Shri. GKV Rao, IAS, C&MD, ITDC spoke about ‘Responsible Tourism’ and how the state of Kerala can referred as a case study.  He discussed about Khajuraho having potential to become a testimony to ‘Responsible Tourism’ and shared insights on the strategy and work required to develop India as a tourism destination.  Rao also spoke about the success that can be achieved via expansion of hotels, better connectivity and availability of skilled human resources while keeping sustainability as a focus.

The inaugural program was attended by travel agents, tour operators of the India Convention Promotion Bureau (ICBP), and other cities, besides event management agencies, corporate clients, stakeholders, and a limited number of other guests.