ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Brig (Retd) Dr B D Mishra on Monday said that said that the tourism sector in the State had huge scope for 'start-up' projects. Interacting with a youth team from Dibang Valley district at Raj Bhavan, the Governor emphasized that if start up projects are taken up properly, such enterprises have great potential for public employment and work.
The team led by Jimu Mele of Idu Mishmi youths from Dibang Valley who are promoting tourism and visit to Emudu Seven Lakes in the district, was joined by senior journalist and trekking enthusiast Taba Ajum. The Governor commended the youths for their entrepreneurship spirit in tourism.
Impressed by the self-employment and job providing spirit of the team, Mishra said that youths of the State must emulate them. He advised them to identify attractive destinations, to further develop the amenities and logistic arrangements for the tourists. He also suggested for good publicity of the venture through various platforms to attract adventure seekers and trekkers from different parts of the world.
The Governor said that as service providers, the entrepreneurs must take full care of the necessities of the clients. Mele and Ajum briefed the Governor about 'Emudu Seven Lakes Trekkers' activity and informed that their trekking session would start from July and end in October.