Rural Tourism is an important feature in development of emerging states in India. This case study, an UNDP funded project with ministry of Tourism, GOI, focuses the problem faced by a NGO in developing a rural tourism in Jharkhand in India for a decade. The management issues are feasibility and financial viability, lack of project and infrastructure planning, role of government agencies. The case stresses need of project risk management in this type of private partner partnership
We acknowledge the help of Mr. Amitava Ghosh and Ms. Jahanbi Banerjee of Kalamandir.
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