Survey suggests India e-Tourist Visa for 180 days
Posted on February 29, 2016
The Economic Survey 2015-16 recommends that the e-Tourist Visa window ought to be to 180 days rather than the present 30 days. The survey focused on the needs of a various travel immigrants’ needs towards the e-Tourist Visa rather than the current single passage to support Indian tourism industry. The overview, introduced in parliament on Friday by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, proposed ‘practical suggestions’ to help administrations segment including tourism.
The survey also recommends that expansion of length of time of stay to 60 days under India e-Tourist Visa rather than 30 days and making accessible biometric data in real time to foreign travelers get the visa will help with support tourism in the nation. Alternate measures proposed by the survey included the prospect of giving special immigration incentives like tax free investment & bonds on benefits consumed as a part of reinvestment in the tourism area by channelizing corporate social responsibility (CSR) expenditure into India’s heritage growth.
It said that there was a need to advance medical tourism in the Brand India Campaign rather than the current divided methodology where singular doctor’s facilities had been advancing themselves as clinical destinations. Fast movement clearances for medical immigration, upgraded infrastructure for them at air terminals, streamlining the medical visa process and extending e-TV to medicinal tourists would help in boosting this industry. Medical tourism can be supported by advancement of geriatric medicinal services by utilizing Indian aptitude in yoga, unani and Ayurveda, by getting worldwide accreditation for Indian healing centers, the study said.
It said that different steps like making railroads more vacationer friendly with hygiene and cleanliness, e-booking with special allocation for foreign guests, presenting smart cards for e-installments over all roadways tolls in India and national license for visitor vehicles would enhance the tourism segment in the nation.
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