New Delhi, Aug 18 (ANI): Union Tourism Minister Kumari Selja will inaugurate a one-day workshop on World-Class Tourism Infrastructure here tomorrow.
The objective of the workshop is to develop world class tourism infrastructure in consultation with architects, the engineering organisations, tourism managers and consultants.
As a capacity building workshop, focused to sensitise the various stakeholders of the tourism industry towards the emerging trends in world class tourism, the objective is to initiate dialogue and debate, it will also be a curtain raiser to the emerging demands of world class tourism today.
The participants in the workshop would be, head of the engineering departments of the implementing agencies in States/UTs and the chief architect associated with implementation, officers from the Ministry of Tourism, Government of India and resources persons/experts/specialists from the INTACH, the ADB, the JBIC, the CPWD, the RITES, the NBCC, the HUDCO and the ITDC.
There would be four simultaneous technical sessions on: urban civic amenities; built heritage; climate responsive architecture (vernacular architecture) and urban landscape. (ANI)