October 6, 2016: Rajasthan and Singapore on Thursday signed two memorandums of understanding (MOUs) to jointly market the desert state as a global tourist destination and also provide advanced urban solutions.
Visiting Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and Singapore’s Industry Minister S. Iswaran were present on the occasion. Lee, who came to India on October 3, is on a visit to Udaipur on October 5-6.
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“The tourism MOU with Singapore Cooperation Enterprise (SCE) will aggregate the city-state’s expertise through tripartite collaboration between the government, tourism institutions and industry partners to strengthen Rajasthan’s knowledge capabilities,” a Rajasthan government statement said. Besides, Rajasthan plans to utilize Singapore’s public and private sector proficiency in tourism development.
The second MoU with International Enterprise (IE) of Singapore focuses on enhancing Rajasthan’s international appeal and connectivity, facilitation of private sector participation to rejuvenate the state’s heritage areas and critical urban and smart solutions.
Singapore will also share its expertise in areas like inter-modal transport integration, waste management solutions and affordable wireless connection. Later, a Centre of Excellence for Tourism Training (CETT) was inaugurated in Udaipur by Raje in the presence of the Singapore Prime Minister and other state and foreign dignitaries.
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CETT, set up by the state government in collaboration with ITE Education Services of Singapore, aims to provide skill and vocational training in services related to travel and tourism. (IANS)