Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi: Now school students will become tourism ambassadors, youth tourism clubs will open in schools

Expansion

Now school students will promote tourist places around them by becoming tourism ambassadors. Under the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi, the Union Ministry of Tourism has decided to open Youth Tourism Clubs in schools. This scheme is starting from CBSE board schools. In this, students from class VII to XII will be part of the club.

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Under this, students will be able to adopt nearby tourist places. Apart from this, by becoming a volunteer, you will be able to make people aware of the cleanliness of tourist places. Its purpose is to make school students aware of the country’s rich historical cultural heritage and geographical information, besides the language, dialect culture and tourist places of different states.

According to Union Tourism Minister G Kishan Reddy, it has been decided to form youth tourism clubs in the schools of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. Its purpose is to make students aware of tourism so that they know about the tourist places around them and make people aware.

Students will promote tourist places among the people, promote historical heritage as a brand ambassador. Youth will be the most helpful in taking forward the rich cultural, spiritual and natural heritage of the country. This scheme is being started from CBSE board schools. Later other schools and higher educational institutions will also be added.

For class 12th students

  • Will prepare a calendar of tourism club activities.
  • Will review after meeting every month and submit the report to the school management.


club will work like this

  • At least 25 children must be a member of the Tourism Club.
  • Essay writing, logo designing, quiz, drawing, painting, poster making, debate competitions will have to be organized every week or 15 days.
  • In the off-season, children will go to tourist places in groups so that local traders can get financial help.
  • Adoption of tourism hotspot areas around the school. You will have to help by becoming a volunteer there.


For 11th students

  • Will be responsible for the activities conducted inside and outside the school. Will monitor as well.
  • After interacting with the teachers, we will plan a curricular activity to promote tourism.
  • Will prepare field tour plans of tourist areas and make fellow students aware by understanding the livelihood of local people.


Prime Minister had called upon the youth to visit 15 tourist places

In Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had called upon the people, especially the youth, to visit at least 15 Indian tourist destinations in Dekho Apna Desh. The PM had said that India has good tourist places even from abroad. I call upon the youth to know the heritage of rich historical tourist places of their country instead of traveling abroad. With this, where the youth will get an opportunity to know the unknown India, as well as employment opportunities will be available to the local youth. For a self-reliant India, youth should take forward such schemes.