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The Impact Of Tourism In The Economy Of Bangladesh Khulna University Report

5163 words - 21 pages

Report On
“Impact of Tourism in The Economy of Bangladesh”
Course Name: Business Communication
Course Code: EMBA-5101
Submitted To:
S.M. Arifuzzaman
Associate Professor
Submitted By:
Rehenuma Tabassum ID # EMBA 170310
Rafia Bashar ID # EMBA 170319
Rabeya Sudha ID # EMBA 170324
Priyanka Datta ID # EMBA 170340
Prodip Bachar ID # EMBA 170343
Khulna University
Business Administration Discipline
EMBA Program
25th May, 2017
Table of contents
Chapter No.
Title
Page No.
Title page
i
Table of contents
ii
List of the figures
iii
Executive Summary
iv
1
Introduction
1
1.1 Background of the study
1
1.2 Origin of the study
1
1.3 Objectives of the study
1
1.4 Scope of the study
1
1.5 Limitations
1
1.6 Sources and Methods of Collecting Data
2
2
Tourism Concept and Economy Impact
3
2.1 Concept of tourism
3
2.2 Nature of tourism
3
2.3 Importance of tourism
3
2.4 Types of tourism
3
2.5 Tourism impact in economy
4
2.6 Tourism impact in the economy of Bangladesh
4
2.7 Tourism industry in Bangladesh
5
2.8 Tourism policy in Bangladesh:
5
2.9 Institutions of tourism management in Bangladesh
6
3
Contribution of tourism in the Bangladesh economy
7
3.1 Tourism contribution to GDP
7
3.1.1 Direct contribution
7
3.1.2 Indirect contribution
7
3.2 Tourism contribution to Employment
8
3.3 Visitors Exports
9
3.4 Investment
9
3.5 THE ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION OF TRAVEL & TOURISM: GROWTH
11
4
Conclusion and Recommendation
13
4.1 Conclusion
13
4.2 Recommendations
13
Reference
15
List of figures
Figure 3.1
DIRECT CONTRIBUTION OF TRAVEL & TOURISM TO GDP
8
Figure 3.2
TOTAL CONTRIBUTION OF TRAVEL & TOURISM TO GDP
8
Figure 3.3:
Tourism contribution to Employment
9
Figure 3.4
TOTAL CONTRIBUTION OF TRAVEL & TOURISM TO EMPLOYMENT
10
Figure 3.5
VISITOR EXPORTS AND INTERNATIONAL TOURIST ARRIVALS
10
Figure 3.6
CAPITAL INVESTMENT IN TRAVEL & TOURISM
11
Figure 3.7
GROWTH
11
Executive Summary
Bangladesh is a country of natural beauty, hilly mountains, longest beach, favorable climate, seven seasons which are the key factors to develop eco-tourism, sustainable tourism and rural tourism. Bangladesh has many archeological and historical sites too. And the hospitality of people and local culture, life style is A unique selling point. Tourism is a growing industry in Bangladesh.
It generated 1, 25,000 international tourists in 2014 and international tourism generated US$ 1.5 trillion in export earnings and international tourist arrivals grew by 4.3% in 2014 to 1.133 billion. According to WTTC direct employment support by travel and tourism is forecast to raise by 2.9 percent per annum to 1,785,000 jobs or1.9 percent of total employment in 2023.In this paper, the current scenario of tourism industry and the contribution on GDP have been tried to show.
Due to some limitations, Bangladesh has failed to introduce itself as a tourist destination country. But this is most developing sector in the Bangladesh. Enacting...

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